Enter to Win a Free Trip to SNA’s Legislative Action Committee (LAC) in Washington, D.C.!

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It’s time for SNA’s annual sweepstakes to win a free trip for two (2) to the  2020 Legislative Action Conference (LAC), happening March 8-10, 2020 in Washington, D.C.

An SNA member may enter by sending proof of inviting or hosting a cafeteria site visit with a local legislator, Congressmen or Senator(s). Evidence includes but is not limited to invitation letters, photos, news articles, press releases, or videos; one (1) entry per member. All invitations and/or visits must occur on or after September 26, 2019.

One (1) submission will be selected at random after the submission deadline. This randomly selected member will win free travel, hotel and registration for you and a guest to the 2020 Legislative Acton Conference. Please see  2020 SNA Legislative Action Conference Sweepstakes Complete Rules for full details, eligibility and entry conditions.
Also, be sure to check out  Cafeteria Site Visit resources for more information on how to conduct a site visit. Please submit all entries to  advocacy@schoolnutrition.org. All submissions are due by December 13, 2019.

SNA’s Legislative Action Conference (LAC) allows you to meet face-to-face with policymakers to increase their understanding and knowledge of the scope and complexity of school nutrition operations. At LAC 2020, we’ll join together in the nation’s capital to focus on the future of school nutrition in this critical election year.

The LAC conference program will dig deep into a variety of advocacy topics. You can look forward to hearing from Washington insiders, compelling keynote speakers and representatives from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. On Tuesday, March 10, you’ll have the opportunity to advocate for your programs directly with legislators in Congress during the annual “Charge to the Hill.”

Whether you are an experienced LAC veteran or if this will be your first time, join SNA in Washington, D.C., March 8-10, to get the tools you need to effectively communicate with your elected officials in the nation’s capital and back home. Advocating for K-12 school foodservice programs allows you to make a difference for the 30 million children that benefit from school nutrition programs each day. Stay connected to SchoolNutrition.org to learn more about the conference, invited speakers and information about registration and hotel accommodations.

 

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