Loud And Clear

Insider Tips

  • Schedule your appointments with members before 10 a.m. on a voting day if possible.
  • Congress' busiest months in terms of receiving visitors are February, March and April, so plan your schedule accordingly.
  • Forget fancy reports. Leave behind one page of information in a manila folder with your name, address and phone number on it and a business card attached.
  • When e-mailing, be sure to also include your snail mail address.

Contact Sources

AdVanced Consulting, (202) 338-6311, http://www.advancedco.net

Richard Barnes, (202) 895-1513, dbarnes@erols.com

Michael Flanagan, (202) 662-3735, flanagan@wexlergroup.com

Jefferson Government Relations, jeanne_morin@jeffersongr.com

National Association of Women Business Owners, P.O. Box 2252, Del Mar, CA 92014, fax: (858) 454-2126

Power Up!, fax: (408) 956-1776, 73654.3123@compuserve.com

Senate's Committee on Small Business, (202) 224-8496, pforbes@small-bus.senate.gov

Small Business Survival Committee, (202) 785-0238, kkerrigan@email.msn.com

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This article was originally published in the February 2000 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Loud And Clear.

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