The Florida Justice Association has many different sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities available throughout the year. Give your business the attention it deserves by showcasing your products and services at one of our premiere CLE events like the Workhorse Seminar, Annual Convention or the Masters of Justice seminar.
Whether you choose to exhibit on the expo floor or sponsor one of our breaks or receptions, you will have the opportunity to connect with our members face to face. You can personally tell them all about your company’s services and provide that little extra touch that will make them think of your business whenever a need arises.
EAGLE businesses’ financial contributions support the Florida Justice Association’s continuing legislative, political and educational efforts to preserve consumers’ rights and Florida’s civil justice system. EAGLE businesses set the standard for consumer support, leading the way to corporate reform and greater corporate accountability. EAGLE business leaders understand that profits are protected only when products are safe and protecting Florida consumers is good business.
EAGLE businesses receive automatic membership in Florida Justice PAC and are recognized in FJA publications and bulletins, so members across the state know exactly which businesses have joined FJA in our fight to preserve the civil justice system. Are you a business that would like to get involved with EAGLE by contributing today?
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