BBI attended the 2021 NAMA Fly-In One Voice Advocacy Summit
The 2021 NAMA Fly-In One Voice Advocacy Summit took place in Washington, D.C., on November 16-17 and made a difference at Capital Hill on issues impacting the convenience services industry and business community.
BBI’s Vice President, Distribution – John Seeberger, and Vending Regional Manager – Greg White participated in this year’s NAMA’s 2021 Legislative Fly-in & Advocacy Summit.
Joining nearly 100 NAMA members, John and Greg spoke with members of Congress focusing on pandemic-era issues. They urged Congress to preserve fourth-quarter access to the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) and allow flexibility so that employers can address issues such as:
- Labor shortages
- Supply chain disruptions
- The pending vaccination mandate
- Different ways to alleviate ongoing stress from coin currency shortages
Office of Representative Jason Crow, D-CO, 6
Office of Senator John Hickenlooper, D-CO
Office of Senator Michael Bennet, D-CO
Office of Representative Ken Buck, R-CO, 4
Office of Senator Marco Rubio, R-FL
Office of Representative Gus Bilirakis, R-FL, 12
Office of Representative Ted Deutch, D-FL, 22
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