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Members Deliver PCCA Message on Capitol Hill

2020FlyIn2PCCA members from the Midwest meet with House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson (R-Minn.). From left, Tom Fredericks, American Polywater Corporation; Chris Parrack, Sterling; David Aubrey, Irby Construction; Chairman Peterson; Sam Stephens, Tjader & Highstrom; and Marty Ferguson, FS3.

PCCA members traveled to our nation's capital February 4-6 to deliver a powerful pro-business, pro-infrastructure message across Capitol Hill during the association's 2nd Annual Washington Fly-in.

2020FlyIn1smPounding the D.C. pavement are, from left, Dan Levac, Preformed Line Products; Carmine Battafarano, HMI Services; and Ted Hastings, Henkels & McCoy.Divided into four hard-working teams, the PCCA members visited 30 congressional offices, talking to legislators and their staffs about the association's top-priority issues: promoting the Universal Broadband Act, the 21st Century Power Grid Act, and FMCSA Hours-of-Service Reforms and warning about the over-reaching Protect the Right Organize Act (PRO Act).2020FlyInRexsmRex Schick, K&W Underground, is a champion of one-call best practices, of federal broadband spending, and in case you forgot, champion of the NFL!

PCCA thanks Eben Wyman and Zack Perconti, Wyman Associates, for expertly planning and executing the fly-in and the following members for interrupting their busy schedules and standing up for the association and the industry:

David Aubrey, Irby Construction; Carmine Battafarano, HMI; Marty Ferguson, FS3; John Fluharty, Quanta; Tom Fredericks, American Polywater Corporation; Ted Hastings, Henkels & McCoy; Dan Levac, Preformed Line Products; Lizette Diaz Masso, Bermudez Longo Diaz Masso; Chris Parrack, Sterling; Rex Schick, K&W Underground; Bob Sellenriek, Sellenriek Construction; Steve Sellenriek, Sellenriek Construction; Sam Stephens, Tjader & Highstrom.