We ADVOCATE on behalf of our members with public officials, legislators, educators, parents, the business community, the media, and other regional stakeholders to strengthen the position of our region’s industry.
DRMA provides the platform for people, government, and businesses to help create meaningful connections.
Phillip Brockman, Techmetals, Inc.
Top Issues List
DRMA conducts an annual survey to better understand the “hot button” issues affecting Manufacturer members across the region. DRMA's Government Relations Committee has developed a list of members’ top issues based on responses to the survey. CLICK HERE to view the current Top Issues List.
Government Relations Meet Ups
DRMA builds strong relationships with other community organizations for advocacy purposes. The Government Relations Committee (GRC) has become lean and mean with a primary focus of establishing relationships with legislators. The GRC is committed to building strong relationships with organizations and government officials to advocate for members’ issues and concerns. One of the GRC’s 2021 goals is to establish new relationships with legislators and organizations focused on government advocacy. We also hold Government Relations Meet Ups with local officials and give members opportunities to meet and speak with them as well. CLICK HERE to learn more about meet ups.
with the skills needed by manufacturers.
DRMA builds strong relations with other community organizations for advocacy purposes.
Training/Educational Program Advisory Committees
DRMA volunteers serve on advisory committees to convey the needs of manufacturers and to ensure their curriculum produces graduates with the skills needed by manufacturers.
DRMA advocates with public officials, legislators, educators, parents, the business community, the media, and many other regional stakeholders.
> DRMA Meet Up with Mike Dewine and Jon Husted