Urgent Capitol Hill Fly-In: Border Adjustment Tax

Events 03/08/17

March 8, 2017 at 01:00 pm

House and Senate Offices , Washington, District Of Columbia, United States

More than 200 attendees, representing 38 states, more than 1,300 franchises, and 70,000 employees, visited their lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Thursday, March 9 to voice their opposition to a border adjustment tax proposal (BAT). The visits took place as part of a special Capitol Hill Fly-In hosted by AIADA, which represents America’s 9,500 international nameplate dealership franchises. 

Dealers who attended the fly-in were welcomed to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday evening, March 8, with a special dinner featuring political pundit Dr. Charles Krauthammer. His remarks focused on the state of politics in Washington this spring. AIADA briefed dealers on the BAT at a breakfast on Thursday morning that featured insight by Rep. Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania and Rep. Jim Renacci of Ohio before they headed to Capitol Hill for an afternoon of meetings with their senators and representatives. 

If you missed AIADA's special fly-in focusing on the BAT, you can still take action.

Click here to send a letter to your legislators on the BAT.

Click here for background on the issue and why it matters to dealers

Fly-In Photos 

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AIADA President Cody Lusk welcomed dealers to Washington, D.C. 
 

Rep. Mike Kelly told dealers how to make the most of their Capitol Hill visits. 

Maryland dealers, including AIADA Chairman Paul Ritchie, met with Rep. Raskin.  
 

Alabama dealers met with staff from Rep. Sewell's office. 
 

Ohio dealers met with Rep. Beatty. 
 

Dealers from the state of Washington on Capitol Hill. 

California dealers, including 2016 Chairman Greg Kaminsky and AIADA Vice Chairman Howard Hakes met with Rep. Issa. 

Dealers from Utah, including AIADA Chairman-Elect Brad Strong, met with Rep. Chaffetz. 

Dealers from Alabama met with staff from Sen. Shelby's office.
 

Dealers from Alabama met with staff in Sen. Strange's office. 

Iowa auto dealers met with Sen. Ernst. 

Iowa auto dealers met with Sen. Grassley. 

Kansas dealer Rick O'Neil met with Rep. Yoder. 
 

 

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