The American Fruit and Vegetable Processors and Growers Coalition may not be able to find you a partridge, but they can definitely point you in the direction of a pear tree as they continue their mission “to educate and represent to Members of Congress and other policy makers about issues important to growers and processors of America’s processed fruit and vegetable industry.”
I’m not sure about turtledoves, but Unilever, the parent company of Dove, has made significant lobbying efforts this year. Unilever has lobbied Congress on a variety of issues including chemicals, agriculture and taxes.
Having a hard time finding those three French hens this year? Look no further than the professionals at the United States Poultry and Egg Association, who will be able to answer any and all of your poultry related questions.
Bill Anaya, Robert C. Jones, Elise Paeffgen and Bruce Pasfield have certainly been busy calling birds. All four have lobbied for Mohawk Industries, Inc. on behalf of Alston & Bird, LLP.
Its five rings may not all be golden, but the Special Olympics, which employs Potomac Strategic Development Company, LLC to lobby on its behalf, sure deserves them for the incredible work they do.
Laurence S.S. Wildgoose II is Sen. Bill Nelson’s (D-Fl.) Director of Scheduling, but with the Senate’s busy schedule I am sure you won’t find him “a-laying” down on the job.
The National Parks Conservation Association lobbies for the protection and preservation of our many fantastic national parks, ensuring all seven swans are able to swim in the pristine Reflecting Pool and Tidal Basin.
The National Milk Producers Federation supports the “eight maids-a-milking” and 31,992 other dairy producers in the United States with the aim of “improving the economic interests of dairy farmers, thus assuring the nation’s consumers an adequate supply of pure, wholesome, and nutritious milk and dairy products.”
Dance/USA seeks to advance the art form of dance by addressing the needs, concerns and interests of professional dance by lobbying on a range of issues from appropriations to taxes. Join them and the nine ladies, and enjoy spending some time dancing.
Leaping to the task, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP lobbies the government on the automotive industry and energy issues for one of its clients, Lord Corporation.
DLA Piper may not be piping out a tune, but if what your true love really needs is help lobbying on a myriad of issues, they have got you covered.
On the 12th day of lobbying, we hope you have a great holiday and enjoy listening to all 12 drummers drumming and all the other musicians whose First Amendment rights and intellectual property The Recording Industry Association of America lobbies to protect.
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