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How to Successfully Lobby State Legislatures & Regulatory Agencies

Advocacy Training for the Competitive Edge

PO Box 357425 Gainesville FL   32635-7425 Phone: 352 333 1140 Fax: 352 333 1141

 San Diego  May 5-6, 2005 Ramada Inn Gaslamp/Convention Center,

How to Successfully Lobby State Legislatures & Regulatory Agencies is being presented on May 5-6, 2005 in San Diego, California. Registrants receive 10.5 hours of hands-on advocacy skills training for effectively lobbying state legislative and executive agencies, 220-page lobbying textbook "Guide to State Legislative Lobbying," and160-page seminar workbook.

 

The seminar is based upon the Campaign Method for advocacy developed by attorney and lobbyist Robert L. Guyer. Mr. Guyer developed the Campaign Method for effective state lobbying through years of experience working with state and local legislatures and agencies throughout the United States including California, in Washington, D.C. , and internationally.

 

Both novices and experienced lobbyists will gain from Mr. Guyer’s valuable and applicable multi-state experience, lobbying methodology, and numerous real world illustrations of the principles within the campaign method for effective state lobbying.

 

Early registration for the two-day training seminar is $500. IRC 501(c)(3) charities receive a 20% discount. You may also register for either one of the two days.

 

More information and registration materials are at www.lobbyschool.com.

Robert L. Guyer
President
Engineering THE LAW, Inc.
www.lobbyschool.com

 


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