Nearly 350 regional business civic and elected officials will be headed to Washington D.C. lead by The Sacramento Metro Chamber. They will be meeting with federal representatives from April 9-13 to advocate on behalf of the six-county Sacramento region. This year's priority issues are designed to improve business recruitment, retention and expansion and provide quality job opportunities supporting our region's families.
"Cap-to-Cap offers a unique opportunity for representatives from various jurisdictions and industries to collectively work together to advance the region at-large on critical initiatives," said Peter Tateishi, Sacramento Metro Chamber President and CEO. "We are proud to organize this important program each year as part of our advocacy efforts and pleased to lead one of the largest delegations in recent years to our nation's capital."