Below is the link to review the proposed Bylaws of the Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association (PAPGA) that include changes on page 4, ARTICLE VIII – BOARD OF DIRECTORS and page 6, ARTICLE IX – EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. The Bylaws provide a firm foundation to conduct the business of the Association in a more efficient manner, allowing […]
The 2019 Pennsylvania Manufactured Housing Association’s (PMHA) Industry Networking Conference and 70th Anniversary Celebration was held March 12 – 13 at the Wyndham Gettysburg. The conference, sponsored by PMHA in partnership with the Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association (PAPGA) drew a record number of attendees and exhibitors. Steven B. Wiley, President & Founder of the Lincoln […]
Pennsylvania Propane Political Action Committee (PAC)
Together, We Can Make a Difference!
The Pennsylvania Propane PAC is the political action committee representing the interests of PAPGA members throughout Pennsylvania. The PAC serves as a tool to voice PAPGA’s positions on issues related to propane and the propane environment. Pennsylvania Propane PAC is a bipartisan political action committee for PAPGA members.
How the PAC Works for You!
Every day, lawmakers make decisions to raise or lower your taxes, enact or repeal unreasonable regulations, and influence your business costs. PAPGA’s PAC is committed to electing and supporting lawmakers who best advocate the interests of the propane industry ensuring maximum influence in shaping policy issues. It also provides a paramount grassroots and issues mobilizing force and is simply the best way you can protect your business.
The President's Blog
THE PRESIDENT’S BLOG, FEATURING PAPGA PRESIDENT HAROLD F. SWEET. It takes a can-do attitude and a can-do fuel to help feed seven billion people. Think of a job on the farm, and chances are, propane can do that. It’s why more farmers than ever are making the switch. Less to Worry About. More to Look […]
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