Propane Safety Awareness Day
Join us for Propane Safety Awareness Day on Wednesday, May 24 in Lansing. Join your fellow Michigan Propane Gas Association and industry members on May 25 for a day of grassroots lobbying. Propane Safety Awareness Day is a commemorative event where the state legislature recognizes the value, benefits and roles that propane plays in our state.
The day begins with time for members to visit with legislators and staff to explain the issues that MPGA sees as critical to the industry. the Capitol Lawn will be full of propane-powered vehicles, propane products, the Propane Emergencies Trailer, PERN Trailer, and other propane items. From there, the propane industry hosts our elected leaders, legislative staff, and state department staff for a propane grilled lunch.
With the natural gas fight here, your participation is essential for the MPGA and the propane industry to make Propane Safety Awareness Day successful. Your attendance will make a difference and you can help show our state policy leaders how important the propane industry is to the State of Michigan.
The Quarterly Membership Meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 23 in conjunction with Propane Safety Awareness Day. Click here to learn more about the Quarterly Membership Meeting.
Click here to register for the Quarterly Membership Meeting and Propane Safety Awareness Day.
Propane Safety Awareness Day Schedule: May 24, 2023
9:00 a.m.- Volunteer Arrival
9:15 a.m. – Governmental Affairs Briefing on the Capitol Lawn
MPGA Lobbyists will explain the legislative issues that the industry is currently facing, the importance of the issues, and how to communicate them to your elected leaders.
9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. – Visit Senate and House of Representatives
Your chance to make a difference! Visit your elected Senator and Representative and explain the importance of propane and the issues affecting the industry.
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. – Propane Safety Awareness Day Luncheon
A propane grilled lunch with additional opportunities to share information about propane with key elected leaders and staff.