More than 1,600 bills are filled at the General Assembly each year, many of which could impact you and your business. Help NCRLA address these concerns and more by lending your voice to Rally in Raleigh, the hospitality industry’s annual legislative day on June 5.
On this day, restaurateurs and lodging professionals from around the state unite to affect change. Rally in Raleigh attendees are immersed in key legislative briefings and election forecasts, offering critical insight to help you best prepare for the year to come. This unique opportunity provides unparalleled access to North Carolina’s legislative leaders, allowing you to build relationships and connect one-on-one with elected officials about your business’ needs and concerns.
Register today to ensure you and your business know what’s on the menu at the General Assembly. Together, we can build a bigger and brighter future for our state’s restaurant and lodging industry.
Rally in Raleigh Schedule – June 5, 2018
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.: Panel discussion – Hear from Tim Boyum, anchor of Capitol Tonight at Spectrum News, and Colin Campbell, editor of NC Insider state government news service. and other members of North Carolina’s Capital Press Corps, as they share perspectives on the 2018 legislative session.
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.: Legislative Visits – NCRLA members will meet with elected officials from around the state to discuss matters most important to the hospitality industry. (North Carolina General Assembly)
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.: Rally in Raleigh Reception – Mix and mingle with industry peers and North Carolina’s legislative leaders at NCRLA Headquarters.
Sponsoring Rally in Raleigh puts your business and services in front of restaurant and lodging leaders from across the state. Your name and brand are present in marketing and throughout the event itself, giving you repeated exposure to this exclusive and important community. For more information contact Mindy Wharton.
|Carolina Brewery, Empire Eats Catering, Pepsi Bottling Ventures, Pig Pounder Brewery, S&D Coffee & Tea, Shelton Vineyards, Social House Vodka, and the ProStart students from Broughton, Southeast Raleigh and Cary high schools|