Saturday, July 11, 2020

California operators head to Sacramento to lobby for the industry each year for GCLA’s Day on the Hill Sacramento — The Greater California Livery Association (GCLA) will be holding its annual Day on the Hill—as well as a training day to ensure the day’s efforts are as effective as possible—in February.

Spending a day in the state capital is a yearly undertaking for the California association, and this year’s event will once again see its members meet with state legislators and their representatives to advocate for the chauffeured ground transportation industry’s most pressing issues.

The itinerary for the lobbying effort is as follows:

Thursday, February 7
10 a.m.: In-person training day
Location: Proud Bird in Los Angeles

Tuesday, February, 12
3 p.m. Check-in at Embassy Suites Riverfront Promenade in Sacramento
5 p.m. Group dinner for all participants

Wednesday, February, 13
8:30 a.m.: Meeting in room #113 at the State Capitol in Sacramento
9 a.m.: Group briefing from Gregg Cook of Government Affairs Consulting
9:30 a.m. to Noon: Presentations and networking with key lawmakers
Noon to 1 p.m.: Lunch at La Bou Cafe and Bakery
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.: Direct meetings with local legislators
5 p.m.: Recap and discussions

As in previous years, GCLA’s lobbyist Gregg Cook of Government Affairs Consulting is coordinating the event, along with GCLA Director David Kinney of API Global Transportation Group and consultant Mark Stewart of CLI Worldwide Transportation.

Email GCLA Executive Director Tom Garrett at to RSVP for both the training day and the Day on the Hill itself.

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