Register Here for WUI’s 2014 Regional Meetings

 

WUI Invites You to a FREE
Regional Meeting Near You!


Stevens Point, June 5, 2014

Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center

1001 Amber Avenue

Stevens Point, WI  54482

9-11:30am

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Oshkosh, July 10, 2014

La Sure Banquet Hall

3125 S Washburn Street

Oshkosh, Wi 54904

9-11:30am

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WISCONSIN UTILITY INVESTORS – WORKING FOR YOU!

WUI is the oldest state utility investor organization.
For over 30 years, we have represented utility
shareholders in Wisconsin and helped our members
to make a difference. We have grown into an effective,
nonprofit, grassroots organization of investors in
Wisconsin’s utilities. Through their efforts, WUI
volunteers have helped companies grow dividends
and protect Wisconsin jobs by positively influencing
state policies. Please join us as we work to protect
your investments.

Attend a regional meeting and learn how you can
protect your investments in Wisconsin utilities.
WUI Members are well-informed, active citizens
who value the importance of services provided by
public utilities. Members positively influence
legislative and regulatory policies, and through
their investments help companies grow, protect
jobs, and support a healthy economy.
WUI Membership Benefits
WUI members join for a variety of reasons. In
addition to our efforts at the Capitol, members
also receive free registration and meal for the:

  •  Annual Meeting
  •  Biennial Legislative Day
  • Biennial Regional Meeting

Every month you will receive a WUI publication.
Either:

  • The Investor’s Voice
  • Legislative/Regulatory Update
  • Stockholder Legislative Alerts

FOND DU LAC REGIONAL MEETING WELL ATTENDED

 

 

Raymond and Connie are extraordinary WUI members who traveled all the way from Texas to attend our Fond du Lac Regional Meeting. Thank you Raymond and Connie, it was wonderful to meet you!

Our third WUI Regional Meeting for 2012 was held at the Holiday Inn,  Fond du Lac on Tuesday, July 17th.   Attendees learned more about the Defend my Dividend campaign and how to respond to the threat of a tax increase on our dividend income.  We are grateful to Representative Jeremy Thiesfeldt for speaking at our event and for sharing with our members the most effective ways to contact their legislators.  Rep. Thiesfeldt encouraged members to write a hand-written note to their legislators as this individual approach has a far greater effect on our representatives than a form letter.  WUI Executive Director, Robert Seitz,  added that multiple contacts (email, phone, and letters) will put members in the top two percent of constituents, as most people do not take the time to tell their legislators how policy is affecting them.  We are also appreciative of Alliant’s Regional Director of  Operations for North East WI,  Donna Braatz, who shared a company update video and answered questions at the meeting.  Donna is responsible for gas and electric emergency response, gas and electric reliability and service to the customer and communities in the North East region of Wisconsin.   Just as Donna is driven to do her job well because she is connected with the people she serves, we were given a personal insight into the workings of Alliant Energy Company.

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