Minnesota Aviation Day At The Capitol February 9th, 2012

You Won’t Want To Miss This Special Event!

On February 9th, 2012, the entire aviation community will come together at the Minnesota State Capitol to visit with their State Senators and Representatives to tell them how important aviation and their local airports is to them and to their local communities.

Anyone actively involved in aviation in Minnesota, and who believes in the importance of their local airport, is encouraged to participate:

Pilots – Fixed Base Operators – Airport Managers – Airport Commissioners – Mayors – City Council Members – Business Aircraft Owners & Operators – Corporate Flight Department – Aircraft Technicians – Aviation Support Service Professionals

The event will kickoff with a welcome breakfast at 9:00 A.M. on the 1st floor of the Capitol.

At the welcome breakfast, each attendee will be handed a packet of materials, which will contain handouts to be left with legislators and suggested talking points to be covered during your visit.

Attendees will be asked to visit their State Senator and Representative(s).

At 12:00 noon attendees will attend a box lunch meeting in the Capitol. During lunch, you will have an opportunity to share your views of the day, the response from your state legislators, and complete an opinion survey regarding Aviation Day At The Capitol.

In addition to attending yourself, you are encouraged to organize a Plane Pool or Car Pool of equally concerned persons.

Transportation from South St. Paul Municipal Airport/Fleming Field (SGS) will be provided to all fly-in attendees who RSVP with their ETA to Glenn Burke, Airport Manager, at 651-554-3350.

Hosting “Minnesota Aviation Day At The Capital” is the Minnesota Aviation Trades Association (MATA), Minnesota Council Of Airports (MCOA), and the Minnesota Business Aviation Association (MBAA).

See You on  February 9th!

Register To Participate by January 24.  Contact Gordon Hoff, Executive Director, MBAA at: gordon.hoff@comcast.net or call 651-398-4649.

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