Kentucky Chamber launches Action Network
The Kentucky Chamber has taken yet another step to advance its advocacy efforts through increased networking and communication opportunities for members with interest in specific policy areas. The Kentucky Chamber Action Network, launched yesterday, contains seven areas of policy interest. Members are invited to join the networks of their choice, and in return will receive timely updates on happenings in those areas through periodic e-mail updates or by visiting our blog. The network also asks participants to rally around critical issues by contacting their legislator when the time comes.
“In addition to being a way for us to keep our members more informed, this is also a mobilization effort that we hope will drive people to get involved in Frankfort when it really counts,” said Bryan Sunderland, vice president of public affairs.
If you’d like to become a member of one of our Action Networks, sign up at www.kychamber.com/actionnetwork and select your network of interest.
Categories: 2011 Kentucky General Assembly