MACNY Central Upstate Manufacturing Breakfast


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MACNY Central Upstate Manufacturing Breakfast
Double Tree Hotel, Carrier Circle, Syracuse
Legislative Panel Registration
November 17th, 2011

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MACNY Central Upstate Manufacturing Breakfast

  1. 1. JOIN US! Central Upstate Manufacturing Breakfast November 17th, 2011 Double Tree Hotel, Carrier Circle, Syracuse What is the Central Upstate 7:30AM Registration/Breakfast Manufacturing Breakfast? 8:00AM: Opening Remarks, Randy Wolken As you are well aware, our state’s business community is Review of the 2011 MACNY Public Policy Survey Results enduring difficult times. Taxes are high, international competition is highly competitive, and a national lagging Remarks from Member Companies on Status of economy continues to hinder our growth. The manufacturing Manufacturing in Our Region community of New York State is no different, in that times are tough. But if history acts as any indicator, our ability to remain 8:30-9:00 resilient and adapt to our surroundings has proven time and time Latest MRI Study: Manufacturing: The Key to NYS’s again our strength, and we will, with your help, weather our way Export Growth and Economic Success through the difficult times and come out strong. 9:00AM Breakout Sessions Join MACNY’s membership in an engaging conversation on policy, politics, and the state of manufacturing. Legislative Panels** Topics: Energy, Economic Development & Join us and YOUR elected officials for an event in our region General Manufacturing Issues where you, your colleagues and your fellow business owners and leaders can express your concerns for Albany, and offer any updates, concerns, overviews your company may have. Elected Officials will participate in a legislative panel, MACNY will be briefly presenting its top priorities for policy in allowing MACNY members to attend panel of their choice the next legislative session, inviting all attendees to comment and ask questions and provide feedback. We also will be holding multiple legislative panel sessions allowing everyone to engage in an open discussion about issues of importance in the next Schedule subject to change legislative session, and to hear what the business community perceives as top priority issues in the months ahead. Join us for this exciting event… Register Today! MACNY Central Upstate Manufacturing Breakfast Registration Please completed registration forms by Wednesday, November 9th; Sponsorship information contact Debbie Sindone at MACNY. Forms can be faxed to 315-474-0524 or e-mailed to or www.macny.org___ We will be a Sponsor for this event at $500; includes 3 tickets, multi marketing events, signage at event & mention at podium___ We will be attending the Breakfast. The breakfast is $30.00 per person.Name(s) ________________________________________________________________________No. of attendees________________Organization __________________________________________________________________________________________________Address _____________________________________________ Contact Person:____________________________________________Phone and Fax ____________________________________________ E-mail ______________________________________________Zip Code _______________________ Any Electeds you specifically would like invited?* ____________________________________Payment:___ Credit Card: ο VISA ο MasterCard ο American Express Card Number _________________________________________ Signature ______________________________________________ Please Send Invoice (MACNY Members Only) Expiration Date______________ Security Code______________ **MACNY has invited all State elected officials from the Central and Upstate region, as well as Federal Elected Officials and their local offices. Updates of confirmed attendees will be provided in future messages. Cancellations must be received 48 hours prior to start of event to avoid financial responsibility.