The Direct Selling Association (DSA) hosted its annual DSA Day on Capitol Hill, with more than 75 direct sellers and executives from 12 DSA member companies participating. Attendees met with 60 Members of Congress to discuss the importance of legislative protections for independent workers. They also shared their experience with direct selling as a low-risk path to entrepreneurship.
“Each year, DSA provides the opportunity for member company executives and independent direct sellers to meet with their elected officials and share their stories and how what happens in Washington, DC impacts their businesses all over the United States,” said Joseph N. Mariano, DSA President and Chief Executive Officer. “There are no better advocates for the value of direct selling to entrepreneurs in all 50 states than these independent workers.”