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Advocacy Gives You the Opportunity to Be a Difference Maker

There is no greater feeling than knowing you have made a difference! Imagine hearing about a recently passed piece of legislation in the news and knowing you had a voice in influencing how the bill was written. That is how many title industry professionals felt the evening of Dec. 15, 2017, when the final version of the tax reform bill was released. The language passed into law maintained the current capital gains tax exclusions for Americans selling a home. Thanks to the aggressive advocacy efforts of the title industry, this much hoped-for but unanticipated outcome was a reality. You can be part of those types of legislative victories. You have the power to create change that benefits our industry and customers. Being part of advocacy efforts gives you the opportunity to be a difference maker. 

Don’t miss out on the only ALTA ONE session where you could walk away with a $50 gift card! Join us for Brand Bingo, as we discuss how to be a top-notch policy influencer in your state capitol and Washington, D.C.  Learn how you can build a brand that makes you an effective advocate for the title industry, and play Brand Bingo for a chance to win prizes provided by the Title Action Network (TAN). Have fun, participate and hear from experts who have successfully promoted the benefits of the industry to lawmakers and regulators.

Diane Evans NTP, vice president at Land Title Guaranty and a past ALTA president; Leslie Midgley, CEO of the Texas Land Title Association; and Elizabeth Blosser, ALTA’s director of grassroots and state government affairs, will lead a discussion on this topic during the session “Build Your Brand as a Policy Influencer” at ALTA ONE. Click here to register for ALTA ONE.


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