Resources

It’s as common a phrase as “yes chef” or “needs more salt” in cooking school parlance.  You wouldn’t use a paring knife to chop an onion nor would you use a French knife to peel an apple.  Simply put, there’s a “right tool” for every job.  Hold that thought.

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On August 13, NAFEM submitted comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking – Increasing Consistency and Transparency in Considering Costs and Benefits in the Rulemaking Process. In the comments, NAFEM encouraged EPA to strive for: consistency in cost-benefit analyses – for EPA rulemaking and across agencies; transparency to ensure […]

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Complete the form below by Aug. 22 and make your voice heard. Wisc. Senator Ron Johnson is collecting tariff impact experiences to share with President Trump.

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We’re really motivated by the way the industry has been evolving – with quality and value taking priority over whatever’s least expensive.

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We’re looking for more of an insider’s perspective on the industry – the challenges manufacturers and dealers face, and how we can adapt our business model to better meet their needs.

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Change is good for all of us if we embrace what’s new, respecting our history and not simply holding onto what has worked in the past for each of us, NAFEM, or our industry when the time to change has come.

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We’ve got two surveys circulating currently – the first, is to learn more about the philanthropic efforts your company engages in. The second survey currently in your inbox, is to gather information on whether a group health insurance program would be of interest and/or value to you. 

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Given California’s leadership role in reducing the environmental impacts of energy use – such as greenhouse gas emissions – it’s a good site to visit regularly.

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The federal government’s www.regulations.gov provides regularly updated information on proposed and final regulations. It is searchable by keywords and categories, and you also can sign up for email alerts.

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