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Washington Seminar Set for Motorcyclists

October 7, 2002
For Immediate Release
Contact: Bill Kresnak
Phone: (614) 856-1900
Fax: (614) 856-1920

Washington Seminar Set for Motorcyclists

PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- It's said "You can't fight City Hall." But the fact is,
you can. Especially with the help of the American Motorcyclist Association

The AMA is hosting a Washington, D.C., seminar for motorcyclists who want to
learn how to influence governmental decisions, whether it's in Congress or at
their own local councils.

The seminar, to be held March 1-4 at the Phoenix Park Hotel, allows participants
to meet and learn from the AMA's Washington staff as well as other political
experts. Besides learning about state and federal issues facing motorcyclists
today, participants will get tips on building relationships with
government-agency officials and on lobbying elected officials.

The instructors will also prepare participants to meet face-to-face with members
of their own congressional delegation, but the seminar isn't all work. There
will be a welcome reception as well as a luncheon and a banquet over the course
of the training.

The seminar registration fee is $75. The registration deadline is Feb. 11. AMA
membership is required.

For more information, or to register, contact Sharon Titus at (614) 856-1900,
ext. 1252 or by e-mail at


The American Motorcyclist Association is a nonprofit organization with more than
250,000 members.  Established in 1924, the Association's purpose is to pursue,
protect and promote the interests of motorcyclists, while serving the needs of
its members. For more information, visit the AMA website at