"Insuring the Future of Professional Insurance Agents"
As the Chairman for PIAPAC, I would like to thank you for your interest in the Professional Insurance Agents Political Action Committee. It is through PIAPAC that PIA builds critical relationships with legislators and helps shape legislative efforts on Capitol Hill.
PIAPAC targets candidates running for federal office whom share our pro-insurance, pro-business perspective and support our issues. We narrow our search by focusing on candidates that serve on key committees responsible for insurance issues in both the House and Senate. By supporting their election efforts, we ensure that friends of PIA will be on Capitol Hill to fight for agents.
Direct access to Capitol Hill lawmakers is the key to protecting our interests; however, competition for lawmaker's time and attention is fierce. PIA National is working for you in Washington, advocating for your profession and the independent agency system. By supporting PIAPAC, you are ensuring that our elected officials are well-informed.
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If you would like further information on PIAPAC, please contact Julia Domagalski at 703-518-1364 or email@example.com.
PIAPAC will host its next event September 19, 2014, at Casa Rio located on San Antonio's renowned river walk. We invite all PIA members who will be attending the fall meetings to join us for a Tex-Mex fiesta. There will be a spread of everyone's Tex-Mex favorites and plenty of margaritas to accompany them!
Be sure to RSVP on your fall registration forms, which will be sent out summer 2014. If you would like more information, please contact Julia Domagalski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Person of the Year
Congratulations to Sue Peachey, CPIA of Pratt, Kansas, in recognition as PIAPAC's 2013 Person of the Year. This award is given to an individual who has displayed outstanding support and dedication to PIAPAC.
The challenge began as a way to generate support for PIAPAC among affiliate board of directors. The following states associations have achieved the required 100% participation among its leadership: