PPAI L.E.A.D. 2012 Engages Congress With Social Media, Virtual Fly-In And One-On-One Meetings On Capitol Hill
The PPAI Legislative Agenda, PPAI position statements and other reference materials can be found here. For instructions on how to participate in L.E.A.D., including ways to make your voice heard digitally, visit www.ppai.org/inside-ppai/ppai-law/ppai-lead.
About PPAI L.E.A.D.
The annual L.E.A.D., the Legislative, Education and Action Day is organized to allow promotional products professionals the chance to educate Congress on industry-critical issues as well as the power, impact and job-generating value of promotional products. In addition to this federal initiative, PPAI provides members law alerts and the necessary tools and strategies for successful meetings with local government as well. To learn more about PPAI's government relations efforts, visit www.ppailaw.org.
Since 1903, the Promotional Products Association International, a not-for-profit, has been the standard-setting international trade association for the promotional products industry. PPAI offers education, tradeshows, business products and services, mentoring, technology and legislative support to its members. Today, PPAI serves more than 10,000 global member companies who lead the $16.5 billion industry. The multi-billion-dollar industry includes wearables, writing instruments, calendars, drinkware and many other items, usually imprinted with a company's name, logo or message. PPAI created and maintains the UPIC (Universal Promotional Identification Code), the industry's only free identification system and universal company database. For information regarding PPAI or to learn more about the proven power of promotional products (including research and case studies), visit the PPAI website at www.ppai.org.