Shrimp Credit: Paula Ouder

Shrimp Credit: Paula Ouder

The Southern Shrimp Alliance is holding three Town Hall meetings on Wednesday and Thursday, February 24 & 25 in Louisiana See Schedule below.

 

Executive Director John Williams will present for SSA. A Question & Answer period will follow the presentation.

SCHEDULE:

  1. 10:00 am – February 24, 2015- Belle Chase Auditorium, 8398 LA. 23, Belle Chase, La
  2. 6:00 pm – February 24, 2016- American Legion, 4990 Highway 56, Chauvin, La
  3. 10:00 am – February 25, 2016- Delcambre Shrimp Festival Building, 411 East Main Street, Delcambre, La.
     

Special Guest Ethan Melancon from US Congressman Charles Boustany’s District Office (LA-3) will attend the Delcambre meeting. Unfortunately due to scheduling conflicts Mr. Melancon will not be able to attend the Belle Chase and Chauvin meetings and he offers his apologies. 

 

 

The Southern Shrimp Alliance is holding three Town Hall meetings on Wednesday and Thursday, February 24 & 25. The first one is scheduled for 10:00am at the Belle Chase Auditorium on February 24, 2016 (see address above). The second meeting is scheduled for 6:00pmon February 24, 2016 at the American Legion in Chauvin, La. (see address above).
The third meeting is scheduled for 10:00am on Thursday, February 25, 2016 at the Delcambre Shrimp Festival Building in Delcambre, La. (see address above) These meetings will address the upcoming Sunset Review and the tariffs that are currently in place on imported shrimp from five countries. The Sunset Review will determine if tariffs will remain on imported shrimp for another five years. SSA will also have updates on issues that they are currently working on that will impact the domestic shrimp industry in 2016. Everyone associated with the shrimp industry should attend this very important meeting.

 

Southern Shrimp Alliance Town Hall meetings are about the industry and the individuals that make up our great shrimp industry. You are encouraged to attend and participate in these meetings as your opinions and concerns are what helps determine SSA’s annual agenda for protecting your livelihood.

 

There will be a question and answer session after the meeting and we also encourage everyone to ask questions during the various presentations.

 

Again, this is a very important meeting. Please make time to attend and participate. Without your participation, our industry could lose the tariffs we currently have.

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