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Chairman’s Challenge: SE Texas Chapter Meets Rep. Farenthold

Aug 17, 2017

170815 Southeast Texas with Rep. Blake FarentholdOn August 15, 2017, members from NECA’s Southeast Texas Chapter met with Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX) as he toured the NECA-IBEW Training Center in Corpus Christi. NECA members explained the apprenticeship process and workforce shortage with Rep. Farenthold and they discussed the need for tax reform and infrastructure investment. Pictured from left to right are NECA Field Representative Ryan Pendergraft, Gulf Coast NECA/Local 278 Training Director Jesse Gatewood, Rep. Farenthold, and Mike Riley of Scott Electric.
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