Shrimp Industry Delegation Meets With Senator Roger Wicker in D.C.
January 28, 2020
During visits to Washington D.C. on behalf of the domestic shrimp industry, the delegation had the pleasure of meeting with Senator Roger Wicker, who took time out during the busy impeachment trial to hear about the industry’s issues and concerns.
We appreciate his interest and concern for ensuring the viability of the domestic shrimp industry in the face of unprecedented imports and fisheries disasters.
Front Row: (l – r) George Barisich, Louisiana Commercial Fisherman; Dr. David Veal, Executive Director, American Shrimp Processors Association (ASPA); Sen. Roger Wicker, R-MS; Jonathan McLendon, Biloxi Freezing/M&M Processing; Eddy Hayes, Leake & Anderson LLP and Counsel for ASPA. Back row: Andrew Blanchard, Indian Ridge Shrimp Company and President of ASPA; Kristen Baumer, Paul Piazza & Son, Inc.; Lance Nacio, Commerical Fisherman, Anna Marie Shrimp; Alan Gibson, Tidelands Shrimp Company; Rodney Olander, Commerical Fisherman; John Smith, Smith & Sons Seafood.
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