NRCA has belonged to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for many
years. But interaction with the chamber has grown stronger during
the past 10 years.
Although NRCA takes the lead in fighting for important roofing
industry issues, the chamber, a large pro-business organization,
works to leverage the association's legislative, regulatory and
political goals when possible. In turn, the chamber relies on
NRCA's expertise and guidance when setting policy.
NRCA Executive Vice President William Good is a member of the
chamber's Association Committee of 100, a group composed of top
association executives from throughout the United States. The
committee routinely meets with Chamber President Thomas Donohue to
discuss issues affecting associations. Good also is a member of the
chamber's Public Affairs Committee, which endorses candidates for
the U.S. Senate and House...
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