Politics is constantly changing, but what always remains the same is the drama that happens behind the scenes.
During the Society of American Florists’ 37th Annual Congressional Action Days (CAD), attendees will hear from one of today’s most renowned political analysts and a leading historian of first ladies.
Political commentator Chris Cillizza of The Washington Post addresses the Kickoff Breakfast on March 13.
The evening’s SAFPAC Reception and Dinner* features Andrew Och, an award-winning television producer and historian, who will share the untold tales of first ladies from Martha Washington to Michelle Obama. Through his extensive travels around the country, Och collected the most comprehensive information on this rare sisterhood of women — which culminated in the C-SPAN series, “First Ladies: Influence and Image.” According to Och, “each of our first ladies has been unusual for her time,” and during his presentation, he will share how their individuality helped to shape our nation.
“While going to Capitol Hill to tell lawmakers about my growing operation and the floral industry’s legislative priorities is the highlight of CAD, I always look forward to hearing from the exciting political insiders that SAF brings to the program,” said Doug Cole of D. S. Cole Growers, Inc., in Loudon, New Hampshire, and chairman of the SAF Government Joint Council.
SAF’s Congressional Action Days is March 13-14 in Washington, D.C.
CAD deadlines: The cut-off date for guaranteeing the SAF room rate at the CAD hotel is Feb. 17. Early CAD registration ends Feb. 21. Your registration includes an additional FREE registration for a second person from your company who has never attended CAD before. There is an additional fee to attend the SAFPAC Reception and Dinner.
For CAD details and to register, visit safnow.org/cad.