The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber will host its annual Washington D.C. Fly-In as a virtual event on June 14-18. Sponsored by Frost Brown Todd and CVG, the event will be a series of five, 60-minute interactive sessions with legislators, policy makers and political leaders where members can engage in meaningful conversations regarding issues of critical importance to the Cincinnati region’s economic growth and success. Regionally relevant matters such as economic restart initiatives and relief, transportation, infrastructure and workforce attraction will be featured topics of discussion.
An optional, in-person networking session happy hour will be a featured as part of the program on Wednesday, June 16 from 4-6 PM at FC Cincinnati's TQL Stadium. Social distancing, masks and additional CDC-recommended precautions will be observed. More details to come.
Confirmed speakers include: Senator Sherrod Brown, Senator Rob Portman, Congressman Steve Chabot, Congressman Warren Davidson, Congressman Brad Wenstrup, Beth Osborne of Transportation for America, Mark Muro of the Brookings Institution, Dan Wallace of the New American Economy, and more
Monday, June 14 - 9-10 AM Session, Senator Sherrod Brown Tuesday, June 15 - 9-10 AM Session, Senator Rob Portman
Wednesday, June 16 - 9-10 AM Session, Congressional Delegation Conversation with Congressmen Steve Chabot, Warren Davidson and Brad Wenstrup
Wednesday, June 16 4-6 PM In-Person Networking Happy Hour at FC Cincinnati's TQL Stadium
Thursday, June 17 - 9-10 AM Session, Beth Osborne, Transportation For America; Dan Wallace, New American Economy; Mark Muro, Brookings Institution
Friday, June 18 - 9-10 AM, US Chamber of Commerce
This is a unique opportunity to bring the Cincinnati business community’s voice to Capitol Hill by connecting regional business and community leaders with government officials in Washington. Detailed agenda coming soon.