What Will Elections Mean for You? Learn at DMA's Members-Only Teleconference on Nov. 9
October 27, 2006—Will the Democrats be able to seize control of the US House of Representatives?Will the Republicans be able to keep their majority in the Senate?What will happen in state capitals across the nation?How will the results of Election Day affect the economy and American business?And, most important, how will the 2006 elections impact your company or organization, your bottom line, and your career?
There is no doubt about it, the reverberations in the marketplace, both domestic and global, of the November 7 elections could be major.Certainly, post-election changes in Congress and state legislatures could have a serious impact on the greater direct marketing community.
To provide members a preview of what the elections will mean to the direct marketing community, the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) invites its members to join its Government Affairs team for a post-election wrap-up and analysis. This free, members-only teleconference call will be presented on Thursday, November 9 from to
DMA’s Government Affairs staff and lobbyists will be on the phone to discuss the election results and answer members’ questions on the potential “hot-button” issues for 2007, which likely will include privacy, data security, spyware, postage rates, and online sales tax.
To participate in this free, members-only teleconference briefing, DMA members should RSVP by contacting Stephanie Hendricks, DMA’s director of public affairs, at email@example.com or by phone at 202.861.2407.