Gino DiCaro

Antonio Villaraigosa and Treasurer John Chiang commit to December SIC conf -- Register by Nov. 11

By Gino DiCaro, VP, Communications

Capitol Update, Oct. 30, 2017 Share this on FacebookTweet thisEmail this to a friend


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CMTA has joined seven major groups to host the Strategic Issues Conference (SIC) in Napa California on December 7 and 8 at the Embassy Suites.

The goal of the SIC is to increase awareness of state and national issues, and to advance economic growth efforts among business leaders from all sectors of the economy. 

Invited speakers include:

  • Dianne Feinstein, U. S. Senator – California
  • John  Chiang, California State Treasurer & Gubernatorial Candidate 
  • Antonio Villaraigosa, Former Mayor of Los Angeles & Gubernatorial Candidate
  • Brian Dahle, Assembly Minority Leader (R – Bieber)
  • Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the Assembly (D – Lakewood) 
  • Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles
  • Rob Engstrom, Senior V.P. Political Affairs & Federation Relations National Political Director – U.S. Chamber of Commerce 
  • Raul Bocanegra, Assembly Member (D - San Fernando)
  • Anna Caballero, Assembly Member (D - Salinas)
  • Tim Grayson, Assembly Member (D – Concord)
  • Sharon Quirk-Silva, Assembly Member (D – Fullerton)

Your attendance will support the business community's efforts for economic growth and contribute to powerful policy discussions. 

Sectors hosting the event along with CMTA include the California Business Properties Association (CBPA), the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), the Building Owners and Managers of California (BOMA CAL), the California Alliance for Jobs (CAJ), the California Building Industry Association (CBIA), the California Business Roundtable (CBRT), and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA). 

Get schedule of events and register here by November 10, 2017 to save $50 on your registration fee! 

Sponsorships are also available -- Contact Dorothy Rothrock at drothrock@cmta.net.

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