WASHINGTON, D.C. -- More than 400 roofing professionals converged on Capitol Hill in early April for the second annual Roofing Day -- a concerted effort to let members of congress know their biggest concerns and to show support for bills that could spark much-needed change.

Organized by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), industry representatives from Florida to Alaska took to the Hill on April 4 focused on three primary issues: immigration, workforce training, and public infrastructure.

Modeled after last year’s inaugural event, a total of 278 meetings were pre-arranged with members of congress and congressional staffers during the national fly-in.

The photo slideshow shows some of the activities related to Roofing Day.