February 13, 2013
New Jersey Bankers Association
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Show Washington that We Are Part of the Solution

The ABA’s Government Relations Summit is your opportunity to educate lawmakers and regulators about the vital role banks play in the economy. Join us in the nation’s capital April 15 – 17, 2013. Last year, over 1,100 bankers attended this important event.

Creating jobs. Growing businesses… with a new Congress in session, it’s time to meet with new leadership and advocate for policy change to support the banking industry. Help us explain how New Jersey’s banks are more important than ever for revitalizing our communities in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

The Summit is a wonderful opportunity to hear industry leaders speak on timely, important issues and to network with your peers.  We hope to have a good turnout of New Jersey bankers, particularly for our important Hill visits to the New Jersey Congressional delegation.  Our Hill visits will be followed by a special dinner for the NJBankers group at the Capitol Hill Club.

The Summit will be preceded by the ABA Mutual Community Bankers Conference on April 14th and 15th and be followed by the ABA Women's Leadership Forum on April 17th.

As we look to the future of the industry, young bankers can clearly impact policymakers and help us shape the debate in Washington as well as in Trenton. Like last year, the ABA is offering one $500 scholarship per state for the Young Banker Program as a way to get more emerging bank leaders involved in the Summit. This amount will help to offset travel expenses.

NJBankers again invites bank Managing Officers to nominate an emerging leader from your bank to apply for this scholarship.  Just send the name and contact information of your emerging leader to Lauren Barraza at lbarraza@njbankers.com by March 15, 2013.  The only requirements are that the banker nominated be under the age of 40 and be an officer in your bank.  We will pick the winner's name out of a hat and notify everyone accordingly.  We hope that you would consider bringing an emerging leader from your bank to Washington anyway, but this offers a little more incentive.

For more information, visit www.njbankers.com.

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