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PIPAC

PIPAC
Contributing to the Pool Industry Political Action Committee (PIPAC) allows relationships to be built and candidates supported for election who are instrumental in FSPA maintaining a presence during legislative session.  PIPAC and FSPA will protect the profitability and future of your business. Every day this organization is advocating for you on issues that impact your business.

Download a PIPAC Donation Form

Make checks payable to:
PIPAC
2555 Porter Lake Dr., Ste. 106, Sarasota, FL 34240

Be inducted into the Infinity League with your contribution of $1,500 or more.

 

  • Infinity League Polo
  • Vacuum Insulated Water Bottle
  • PIPAC Lapel Pin
  • Recognition online

 

Be inducted into the Reflection League with your contribution matching your dues amount.

  • Reflection League T-shirt
  • PIPAC Lapel Pin
  • Recognition online

 

Pledge a three year commitment to one of the Leagues to join the CHARTER Club.

  • Recognized on plaque in FSPA state office
  • Invitations to special VIP Legislative Events
  • Reimbursement for attending FSPA Legislative Days (Infinity League at 100%; Reflection League – hotel only)
  • Recognition in the Florida Pool Prosm

 

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A note from Jennifer Hatfield, FSPA’s Government Relations Consultant:

FSPA worked a year and a half on behalf of our members to ensure this critical issue [pool electrical rule] was resolved in a manner so our members could continue doing the work they have done for decades.  Had it gone the other way, all members would be looking at the prospect of having to hire an electrician when changing out a pool light, pool pump, etc.  Consider how much that would change your business model and the cost to your business, and when doing so think about how important the FSPA Government Relations Program is to YOUR business.  But don’t just think, ACT by supporting our Pool Industry Political Action Committee PIPAC – if this rule had not been adopted it would be up to the Legislature to make the final decision and ultimately this issue or another one could come up in the future.  FSPA needs to be prepared to fight these battles and that means contributing to legislative campaigns and building relationships with House and Senate members, but we cannot do that without monetary support from the pool & spa industry.  Help us PROTECT you by donating to PIPAC TODAY!

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