May 12th: Save MA Film Jobs Advocacy Day

 Oppose H.62
Save MA Film Jobs Day
The Governor’s proposal House Bill 62 would repeal the state’s film and television production incentive program. This bill would destroy a growing industry in Massachusetts, eliminate thousands of jobs, and have a devastating effect on local businesses across the state.
Your state legislators need to hear from you personally about the impact the incentive program and local industry has on your jobs and businesses. Now is the time. Join the film and media industry on Tuesday, May 12th at the State House to make your voice heard!
  8:00 AM  Visibility Outside the State House

Members and supporters of the industry will holds signs outside of the State House. Please go to Church on the Hill located at 140 Bowdoin Street to pick up a sign. Church on the Hill is located next to the State House.

10:00 AM  Registration – Gardner Auditorium
Check in to receive packets for Lobby Day. Please arrive early to allow time to pass through security and sign in. 
11:00 AM  Program Begins
A brief speaking program will be followed by visiting our state Senators & Representatives. We will hear from legislators and people working in the industry, then conduct a short training on what to expect when visiting your legislators. After visiting their offices we will return to Gardner Auditorium to submit evaluation sheets from our visits. We expect this to be completed around 12:00 Noon.
Advanced registration will allow us to have a packet ready for you to find your Senator and Representative. Pre-Register by emailing your full name and home address to:


MPC Annual Membership
Your support is needed! Join or renew your annual membership online today to be part
of MA’s largest organization of film and media professionals while supporting initiatives
to grow the state’s industry.
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