Example Of Non Lobbying

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An interest group will likely spend more time on non-lobbying activities than it will on active lobbying. One of the most important non-lobbying activities is securing funding for the group which can happen in a diversity of ways. The four most basic ways in which interest groups obtain founding are through: primary activity, procuring patron support, recruiting members, and by soliciting money or by selling goods/services. Primary activity refers to the idea that interest groups will gain money by doing the activities that they are already supposed to do. An example of a primary activity could be a reception or banquet hall event, where members will go to network and discuss their ideas, but at the same time they will be charge an admission

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