Representing the cotton warehouse industry since 1937

What Can CWAA Do For You?


Government Relations:

  • Provide an experienced, effective voice on legislative and regulatory issues
  • Monitor federal legislation keeping membership informed and prepared
  • Work for fair and reasonable government regulatory policies
  • Communicate industry positions to appropriate legislative and agency representatives

 Communications:

  • The CWAA website
  • Weekly newsletter
  • Periodic emails providing up-to-the-minute information
  • Access to Interactive Membership Directory
 Annual Meeting:
  • Meet with members from all regions of the country
  • Review the past year's activities
  • Discuss and take action in formulating policies through committees
  • Network with customers or potential customers
  • Be exposed to leaders from all sectors of the cotton business, Congress, and Administration officials
 Industry Relations:
  • Improve the competitiveness and marketability of U.S. cotton
  • Promote and facilitate improvements in storing, handling, and distribution of cotton
  • Reduce costs through technological advances

 Member Relations:

Formulate and develop policy through service on a committee
Serve on board of directors
Identify problems and voice concerns on issues 
Recommend regulatory changes 
Work to change or enact legislation 

Cotton Warehouse Association of America
316 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, Suite 401
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-5875

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