Four Strategies to Enhance Your Future Fly-ins
How associations can create meaningful experiences for multi-party wins
Spring is a busy season for association fly-ins. Whether members are headed to Capitol Hill or their state capital, fly-ins give association staff and their volunteer advocates the opportunity to meet with legislators to tell their stories and make crucial asks, network with one another, and form long-lasting connections.
But like most other things, lobby days have changed since the pandemic. Lindsey Miller, senior manager of grassroots advocacy at the National Restaurant Association (NRA), has seen these changes firsthand.
“People have gone through so much over the last few years and now have a real desire to tell their stories [to legislators],” she said. “The pandemic has shown us how critical advocacy efforts can be for industries and their associations.”
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