May 29, 2008
Tierra Griffiths / Julie Rowe / Jamie Brant
The Impetus Agency
APPMA Announces Appointment of Julia Fidenzio Within the N.Y. Bar Association
Fidenzio Appointed Co-Vice-Chair of the Resource/Webpage Subcommittee of the Special Committee on Animals and the Law
GREENWICH, CONN., May 22, 2008– The American Pet Products Manufacturers Association, (APPMA) is proud to announce Julia Fidenzio has been appointed by the N.Y. Bar Association to Co-Vice-Chair of the Resource/Webpage subcommittee of the Special Committee on Animals and the Law.
Fidenzio works as an international attorney with the APPMA and has been a member of the N.Y. Bar Association since 2006 and a member of the Special Committee on Animals and the Law since 2007.
“I’m very excited about being appointed to this important sub-committee and hope to utilize my position to help APPMA’s goal of influencing policy and legislation applicable to the laws affecting animals and the products our members manufacture,” said Fidenzio.
The special committee focuses on the growing field of animals and the law and aims at educating attorneys about the issues that arise in the law in relation to animals. The special committee’s website is considered one of their most efficient tools within the education process.
The American Pet Products Manufacturer's Association (APPMA) is the leading not-for-profit trade association serving the interests of the pet products industry since 1958. APPMA membership includes more than 1,000 pet product manufacturers, their representatives, importers and livestock suppliers representing both large corporations and growing business enterprises. APPMA's mission is to promote, develop and advance pet ownership and the pet product industry and to provide the services necessary to help its members prosper. Visit www.appma.org for more information.