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Monday, March 18, 2019

Legislators may dine free tonight at the Capital Hotel

Posted By on Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 7:02 AM


What? No free lunch on the schedule today? Not to worry. Legislators can load up on quality free eats and drinks tonight at the Capital Hotel.

Hosts will be members of the Impact Management Group, a lobbying outfit heavy on former Republican Party leaders with a long roster of clients, to wit:

AARP Arkansas
Advantage Capital Partners
Advocates for Arkansas Public Libraries
American Council of Engineering Companies of Arkansas
Amgen, Inc.
Arkansas Chiropractic Society
Arkansas Judicial Council
Arkansas Medical Society Inc
Arkansas Rice Federation
Arkansas State Chamber / Associated Industries of Arkansas
Arkansas Water and Wastewater Manager's Association P
Association of American Publishers
AT&T Inc. & Affiliates
Birch Tree Communities
Carfax, Inc.
Dow AgroSciences
Ductile Iron Pipe Research Association
Entergy Arkansas
Garver Engineers
Gentiva Health Services (USA)
Henderson State University
IBM Corporation
Jeff Dangeau dba Arkansas Parents for School Choice
Kindred at Home
Lost 40 Brewery
McKesson Corporation
Museum of Discovery
National Association of Chain Drug Stores
Ozark Mountain Poultry, Inc.
Pearson Education
Periscope Intermediate Corp
Pomerantz LLP
Protect Our Pocketbooks
Quapaw House, Inc.
Regional Medical Center at Memphis
Rite of Passage
Snyder Environmental
Spring Valley Anglers Rod and Gun Club
Taser International Inc.
The Centers for Youth and Families, Inc.
Thinking Media / Learning Blade
Tyson Foods
W.G. Yates Construction
Warner Gaming, LLC

The firm is using the event to celebrate a 20th anniversary. I'm thinking they'll be able to afford more than Lipton onion soup dip and Hawaiian Punch.

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