Remember the Alamo! - State and Federal Communications

August 3, 2011  •  

Remember the Alamo!

Have you made your reservation for NCSL Legislative Summit 2011? I hope so. State and Federal Communications, Inc. will be there in full strength and ready to meet you!

This is our (lucky) 13th year attending this annual meeting of legislators and government affairs executives. The exhibit booth has been packed and is ready for the trek to San Antonio along with our computers, brochures, and our fabulous lanyards that we are resurrecting after a two-year hiatus.

This year we have six people from the company joining us. Stop by Booth 217 to see Nola Werren, John Chames, Ren Koozer, Rebecca South, Joe May, and yours truly!

Where else will you see us? Name it. We are attending the Women’s Legislative Network Executive Board meeting, Foundation for State Legislatures Board of Directors Meeting, Executive Meeting, Foundation events, and every event sponsored by State Government Affairs Council (SGAC). We will be all over San Antonio…And, you will be able to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and on our blog, Joe May, our social media coordinator, is joining us this year to keep you up-to-date on the speakers (Jim Collins author of Good to Great is set to speak). Joe will also cover events and while we will miss the tour of the Alamo, we will attend the armadillo race. (Now, I assure you that is something we do not have in Akron, Ohio. Feel free to ask me about our Soap Box Derby.)

NCSL is not for the weak because we are up at the crack of dawn for a hearty breakfast and then off to meetings and booth duty. By Thursday night, we will all be ready for a fabulous dinner as we unwind from a busy week…And, thinking of what we will do in Chicago in 2012!

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