Decisions and actions by state and federal legislatures and administrative agencies often times result in a direct positive or negative impact on your business and the automotive aftermarket industry. The Association remains vigilant on your behalf in Sacramento, Carson City, Phoenix, and Washington D.C.
Our national partners are the Auto Care Association and The Coalition for Auto Repair Equality (CARE). With our cooperation and coordination, you are assured of daily vigilance and long term assistance to remain competitive and free of unnecessary government intrusion.
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CA Bills CAWA is Tracking
Contact Arizona Legislator
AZ Bills CAWA is Tracking
What is CAWA's PAC and Why Do We Have One?
The Association created a Political Action Committee (PAC). A PAC allows CAWA to: sponsor legislative bills to promote and protect its members and the industry it serves, as well as, award political contributions to increase the visibility and understanding of the Association and its members' issues. In short, a PAC allows an individual or business to make a greater impact in the public policy arena than if they acted alone. The PAC also educates members of the legislatures on issues and situations that matter most to the Association and its membership. Absent these efforts, elected officials might not realize the importance of our industry to their constituency or how issues they are deciding might impact both auto care businesses and their customers, the motoring public. Thus, the CAWA PAC helps strengthen our Association's voice by supporting key decision-makers who truly understand our industry and the work we do.
The political climate is constantly changing and it is important that we have resources to help look out for the best interests of our industry and member companies. Every member company and individuals within those companies has the opportunity to contribute to the PAC in support of industry and business issues.
For more information on the PAC and where the funds are spent, contact [email protected] or 800.332.2292, ext. 1201.
Gary Conover, California Legislative Advocate
[email protected], 916.492.0892
Greg Ferraro, Nevada Legislative Advocate
[email protected], 775.331.4555
Stuart Goodman, Arizona Legislative Advocate
[email protected], 602.277.0911
OTHER LEGISLATIVE TEAM MEMBERS
Rodney Pierini, President and CEO
[email protected], 800.332.2292 or 916.635.9774, ext. 1
Jennifer Zins, Director of Government Affairs [email protected], 916.871.0603
Aaron Lowe, Vice President of Government AutoCare Assn [email protected], 240.333.1021
Legislator Awareness and Education Program
ASAAA's Legislator Awareness and Education Program is designed to provide automotive aftermarket industry associations and companies with information and tools to communicate key industry messages to policymakers throughout the country. Whether on the East Coast, West Coast, or somewhere in between, this program provides industry leaders and volunteers with fact sheets, helpful tips, how to guides and documents available for download to communicate directly with lawmakers in your state who make the laws that govern our industry.
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