Annual Day on the Hill Room Block Expires April 16

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NATSO members planning to attend NATSO's annual Day on Capitol Hill have just one week left to reserve hotel rooms at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C., at the discounted rate of $299 per night. The room block expires a week from today, on April 16.

Registration is still open for NATSO's annual Day on Capitol Hill, scheduled to be held May 14-16, at http://natsodayonthehill.com/.

NATSO's recent victory in urging the Senate to reject commercialized rest areas in its transportation bill makes it the perfect time to visit your lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Keep the momentum going strong by joining your fellow NATSO members to meet with members of Congress to voice how vitally important the truckstop and travel plaza industry is to the national economy and how Congressional votes affect its ability to thrive. 

As part of the event, on Tuesday, May 15, NATSO will host its annual pie reception, serving nearly 250 pies to legislators and their staff. This reception is well known in the nation's Capitol and carries NATSO's name to all 535 members of Congress. 

Register today at http://natsodayonthehill.com/.

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This article originally ran in NATSO News Weekly (NNW). NNW, NATSO's electronic newsletter, is packed with the latest updates on government and business issues affecting the truckstop and travel plaza industry. Every Monday it is emailed to NATSO members only. 

If you aren't reading NNW, you are missing out. If you are a member and not receiving NNW, submit a request to be added to the email list. Not a member? Join today or submit a request to receive additional information.

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Tiffany Wlazlowski Neuman

Tiffany Wlazlowski Neuman develops and executes communications strategies to advance NATSO’s public relations and advocacy goals. Tiffany also develops and oversees partnerships related to the NATSO Foundation’s public outreach initiatives. Tiffany lives in the D.C. metro area with her husband and their two sons.More
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