Do you do business in California? If so, you’ll want to attend the PAC Fundraising Reception and Silent Auction on April 25, part of the California Association of Collectors’ Legislative Day events in Sacramento.
04/20/2023 4:05 P.M.
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The California Association of Collectors Inc. (CAC) is hosting a fundraiser for its political action committee (PAC) as part of its annual Legislative Day next week in Sacramento. If you do business in California, you need to be there!
The PAC Fundraising Reception and Silent Auction will be held on April 25 at the riverfront home of a CAC member.
Socialize with your colleagues and support the CAC PAC during a lovely evening, which will also be attended by three California legislators.
This is the CAC’s biggest PAC fundraiser and a fun way to contribute to the ongoing success of the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry in the California legislature. The CAC PAC needs your support to help elect legislators who favor creating a pro-business environment in California; an environment that allows businesses like yours to grow and prosper.
A strong state PAC can provide real, tangible benefits that will help each and every collection agency in California!
And to ACA International members located outside of California, take note: Registration for this event is not limited to CAC members. If you do business in California, CAC’s legislative efforts will help you as well, and we invite you to participate in this fundraising event.
By attending the PAC Fundraising Reception and Silent Auction, you can become an integral part of the history-making team that continues to protect the collection industry in California.
Now is your time to educate legislators about the ARM industry and how their votes can impact your business. It is vital for ACA members to have an impact on the narrative being told at the capitol. The best way for that to happen is to have face-to-face conversations with influential leaders.
Additionally, the CAC Legislative Day features engaging advocacy events like breakfast with a legislator, a review of current industry issues your representatives need to know about and a visit to the capitol building.