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TRAA's ‘40 in 40’ Campaign

In celebration of TRAA's 40th Anniversary, the association has launched its "40 in 40" campaign. The combined contributions of 40 members will allow TRAA to fund the initial expense of hiring a federal lobbyist to represent the industry for the next three years. After that point, the lobbyist will be integrated into TRAA's operating expense and covered by membership dues.

"With TRAA's dedication to legislative change and the formation of the TRAA Legislative Advocacy Network," said a release from TRAA. "A lobbyist is now a necessity to accomplish future goals." The release further stated, "the towing industry needs expert and proactive legislative lobbying to continue to lookout for the interests of the industry."

With the "40 in 40" campaign, donors agree to contribute $2,500/year with a three-year commitment. They will receive special recognition on TRAA's website, annual directory and newsletter. The first 40 donors will receive a specially designed "40 in 40" recognition and donors must remain members in good standing with TRAA for the duration of the campaign.

Source: TRAA.
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