It’s a “new crew” running Washington, and the APA is assembling a program that covers the bases on people and issues of importance to the processed apple industry. Plan to register now for the Washington Seminar, November 9 and 10, at the famed Willard InterContinental Hotel.
Brad Gentile, CEO and Founder of Hill Group East, provides an inside objective look at the political side of Washington, including Congressional issues and 2018 races. The Capitol Hill veteran has a wealth of top-level experience and insight.
Speakers include the newly appointed head of USDA’s food and nutrition team, Brandon Lipps, FDA’s new food safety chief, Susan Mayne, Ph.D. and APA’s own food industry consultant, Maggie Gentile, for a roundup of issues and initiatives.
APA is hosting a gala reception and dinner on Thursday evening in the Willard’s historic Willard Room, just off Peacock Alley.
It’s the semi-annual opportunity to meet, greet, and get-to-know top executives in the apple processing industry, while enjoying good food and grand surroundings in one of the finest hotels in the Nation’s Capital.
Deadlines for hotel and meeting registration is fast approaching, respond by Wednesday, October 18. Don’t miss this special two days to be updated on a new Administration – and a new year – in the nation’s food and business environments.
New in 2017…APA now accepts credit cards for meeting registration! To pay via credit card, fill out your meeting registration form and check the “Pay by Card” box. We will email you an invoice to pay online, (3% service fee will apply to credit card payments.)