The Valley Industry Association, or VIA, will be hosting their next luncheon on June 21 with the theme of “The Status of Manufacturing in California,” featuring Dorothy Rothrock, the President of the California Manufacturing and Technology Association, or CMTA, as the speaker.
Based in Sacramento, CMTA is the only statewide organization solely dedicated to advocating on behalf of the state’s manufacturing and technology companies.
Rothrock will update attendees on important policies, bills, regulations and ballot initiatives that impact manufacturers. She will also provide insight on what CMTA is doing to raise awareness about the needs of manufacturers and its importance in California.
In 2014, Rothrock was named President of CMTA, having previously served as an energy lobbyist and the association’s vice president of government affairs since 2000. She regularly speaks to policymakers, media and civic groups about the importance of manufacturing investment and job creation, and how well-designed laws and regulations can promote environmental protection, public health and economic prosperity.
This special luncheon will outline the tools manufacturers need to easily and effectively engage in political action to make a difference.
The price to attend for VIA members and sponsored guests, if reserved by Thursday, June 16, will pay $45. After June 16th, they will pay $50, if seats are still available. Non-members who wish to attend pay $65.00.
Payments can be made in advance or be payed at the door.
The luncheon begins at 11:45 a.m. at the Valencia Country Club at 27330 North Tourney Road, Valencia.
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