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"Lobbyist Skills Training - Sacramento May 17-18, 2007"



 
 

 

The LOBBY SCHOOL
Presenting the "Campaign Method for State Lobbying"


Sacramento May 17-18, 2007
Albuquerque June 14-15
Seattle July 12-13

"Bob Guyer's book and seminars break down the complex process of lawmaking and provide clear strategies and tactics for getting things done in the state legislature."

Julia M. Lent
Director, Government Affairs
American Society of Landscape Architects
Washington, D.C.

 

Date: May 17-18, 2007
Where: Hampton Inn - Sacramento
Registration:

$550 until May 7, 2007

Presented by:

Robert L. Guyer, Esq.

Robert L. Guyer, has lobbied successfully legislatures and agencies across the US, in Washington, DC, and Canada. 

His years of lobbying experiences form the foundation to his Campaign Method for State Lobbying - a methodology proven to increase chances of advocacy success, regardless of jurisdiction. Thousands use his "how-to" lobbying manual, Guide to State Legislative Lobbying. More than 1,000 state lobbyists, novice and veteran, have trained at his seminars.

Registration includes: 12-hour seminar, 6 skills application exercises, 160-page workbook with lobbying checklists and templates, copies of all slides, and 240-page textbook Guide to State Legislative Lobbying, 3rd Edition.  

Registration information at www.lobbyschool.com. After May 7 registration fee is $600. 501(c)(3), IRC charitable groups and employees of state government receive a 20% discount. Register for one or both days.

The seminar is, or has been, accredited for continuing legal education by 17 states.


 


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