In uncertain times such as these, it is imperative that companies are familiar with the lawmakers from their districts and feed them the right information about what is really going on in our industry.

Craig Saladino - President, Saladino’s Foodservice


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Just as you work to build a relationship with a customer, developing and maintaining relationships with your legislators is crucial to the success of your business.


An effective and sustained relationship with a Member of Congress and staff members in the Congressional office is built upon a foundation of personal communications and face-to-face exchanges. These must occur consistently over time so that the other communications that you will invariably need to use – letters, e-mails, phone calls, -- will have the kind of personal impact and value that can result in real action from the office in support of the issues of importance to you.
 
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