NGA Plans Third Annual Glass & Glazing Advocacy Days

Date: 29 January 2024
Source: www.glass.org

Date: 29 January 2024

On Capitol Hill, member companies directly engage with government officials on industry priorities.

The NGA announced 2024 dates for its third annual Glass & Glazing Advocacy Days event, to be held May 14-15, 2024, in Washington, DC. Based on last year’s success, NGA will again host members, stakeholders from government agencies, and congressional members to discuss top policy priorities and to showcase how the industry contributes to the economy, the workforce and human health.
 
Glass & Glazing Advocacy Days is an opportunity to gain the attention of agency officials and congressional members to showcase industry businesses and the value of the U.S. architectural glass industry. NGA volunteers and staff will meet in organized small groups with members of Congress. Policy priorities at the 2024 event are Energy Efficiency/Sustainability, Bird-Friendly Glazing, School Security and Workforce Development.
 
“Our members understand the value of glass and glazing to enhance spaces where we live, play, learn, work and heal. We host Glass & Glazing Advocacy Days to help our legislators understand that value as well,” says Nicole Harris, NGA president and CEO. “We look forward to hosting this event for the third year to capitalize on the momentum we’ve started, continuing to spread NGA’s message about the solutions our industry provides.”

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