Greater Oklahoma City Chamber - 2015 DC Visit

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Upcoming Events

August 5
Sunset Reception
Chamber members open their doors to the public when they host a Sunset Reception.
August 12
Member Orientation
Learn about Chamber's key initiatives and programs while meeting other members.
August 20
State of the Schools
Learn about efforts and ideas for reform to improve education in Oklahoma.
September 9
Member Orientation
Learn about Chamber's key initiatives and programs while meeting other members.

2015 DC Visit

A main priority for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is our year-round legislative advocacy efforts. Join fellow community leaders in a two-day visit to Washington, D.C. in 2015.

This annual event includes personal briefings with Oklahoma's Senators and Congressmen and a reception on Capitol Hill with federal officials and defense leaders. On the second day, sessions will cover specific areas of interest on issues critical to our community. Attendees will learn more about legislation that impacts local business and have an opportunity to personally speak with our Oklahoma Congressional Delegation.

Registration fee includes one night’s lodging all affiliated events. Air travel to and from Washington, D.C. is not included, giving attendees the option to extend their stay for additional business in the area.

“I have attended the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber DC Visit for several years and found it to be a valuable trip. In addition to learning a great deal about congressional priorities and how Oklahoma’s issues relate, it is very important for our national leaders to meet face to face with leaders in Oklahoma City to help them know and understand what is most critical for us.”
Mary Mélon, President & Publisher, The Journal Record Publishing Company
“We all know how important Tinker is to Central Oklahoma. Our time in Washington with both our Congressional delegation and Pentagon representatives is vital to understanding the issues and needs surrounding the base.”
David E. Rainbolt, CEO, BancFirst, vice chair, government relations, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber

For more information, email Meredith Manley.