FAQ

Question: Is there a registration fee?

Answer: No. Registration is complimentary and open to anyone interested in the NFIB Virtual Fly-In.

Question: How do I register?

Answer: Register here. An email with more details about the Virtual Fly-In will be sent within one business day from NFIB Communications. Be sure to check your spam/junk folder if you do not receive confirmation right away. You will want to add nfibcommunications@nfib.org to your safe-senders list to ensure you receive the details about each day and the links/instructions on how to join.

Question: I've registered, now what?
Question: Do I need any special equipment to participate in this virtual event?

Answer: No, but you do need a computer with an internet connection. For more information on accessing sessions please visit Check Your Tech.

Question: Where can I learn more about the sessions?

Answer: Click here for the agenda and speaker bios. All session times are noted in Eastern Time.

Question: Does NFIB have a set of Legislative Priorities that I can review?

Answer: Yes! Click here for our Key Issues briefing papers and Action Alerts.

Question: Are there tips for talking with my legislators? I've never spoken with them or participated in any grassroots activism.

Answer:  Yes! We have plenty of tips and training videos that help business owners communicate with legislators. Visit our Advocacy Academy training videos to learn important tips on communicating with elected officials, building relationships, telling your story in impactful ways, and more!

Question: I want to join the meeting with my federal legislators; where do I get information on that?

Answer: If your registration is received by Friday, June 18 at noon Eastern and your state is conducting a local virtual meeting, you will receive an email invitation for that meeting from your NFIB state team by Tuesday, June 22.  If you have not registered yet, be sure to register now so that you don’t miss an opportunity to connect with your lawmaker!

Question: What is Leadership Trust and how can I attend the session with Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy (CA)?

Answer: The Leadership Trust is an NFIB Political Action Committee (PAC) program for top-tier contributors. For more information or to become a member, please visit Leadership Trust.

Question: What if I can't attend the 2021 Fly-In but am interested in some of the sessions?

Answer: The 2021 NFIB Virtual Fly-In is being recorded and on-demand videos will be available on our website after the virtual event has concluded. 

Question: Can I post about the event on social media?

Answer: Yes! Feel free to share about your Fly-In experience and invite others to virtually attend. When you post about the Fly-In, use hashtags #NFIBFlyIn21 and #smallbiz, and mention @NFIB on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. We are thrilled you are joining us!

Question: Besides attending NFIB events, what is the easiest way to communicate with legislators?

Answer: Great question! NFIB strives to make it easy for members to make their voices heard on issues impacting small business. When appropriate, we email action alerts. If you don’t already receive these, you can learn how to update your member profile here. Our free Engage Mobile App also makes it easy to stay informed, vote your ballots, and contact your legislators. Learn more and download the app here.

Question: I have more questions. How can I contact a Fly-In event manager?

Answer: Please send an email to FlyIn@NFIB.org

 

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