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A Day in the Life of a FPC Team Member

5:45 am: Wake up. Get ready. Eat breakfast. Get to the Marriott Wardman for your 7:00 am meeting.
7:00 am: Find your FPC and team mates to find a seat during the Federal Priorities Issues Briefing. Listen to the talking points and information to go along with them.
8:00 am: Walk to the Metro with your team mate and make your way to The Hill.
9:00 am: Go through security and find Congressman Wittman’s office.
9:15 am: Check in with Congressman Wittman’s office. We are early so we wait in the hall.
9:20 am: Congressman Wittman walks down the hall and comes over and says hello to everyone.
9:30 am: Go back to Congressman Wittman’s office. We sit down and talk to him for 45 minutes. Go over the talking points. Thank him for his support and ask him for support on our topics.
10:15 am: After 45 minutes we give Congressman Wittman a REALTOR® shirt and get a picture. He then invites us to a dinner that very night in DC.
10:20 am: Make our way back to the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel to get to the trade expo.

Congressman Rob Wittman, 1st District, Virginia, shows his REALTOR® spirit with a REALTOR® t-shirt.

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Drew Fristoe

Drew Fristoe, raised in Fredericksburg, VA, graduated from the University of Mary Washington in 2006 with a B.S. in Business Administration. A first-generation real estate professional who was licensed in 2008, Fristoe is active in his state and local association as well as the National Association of REALTORS®. He is serving on the NAR YPN Advisory Committee for 2013. He is a co-founder of the Fredericksburg Area Association YPN, which Drew chaired in 2012, and the co-founder of the Virginia Association of REALTORS® YPN. He has served on the Virginia Association of REALTORS® Information Management Committee since 2012. He was also chair of the Fredericksburg REALTOR® Foundation for 2011 and 2012. In addition, Fristoe has worked on the Federal Political Coordinating Team for 1st District Rep. Rob Whitman (R-VA) since 2009.

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