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Chamber Hosts Regional Summit with a Keynote by Jeffrey Tumlin – October 30
October 2, 2017

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Jeffrey Tumlin, Principal and Director of Strategy for Nelson Nygaard and consultant for the Downtown Austin Parking Strategy, will serve as the keynote speaker for the Greater Austin Chamber’s regional conference, Making Central Texas Work!.
 
The half-day summit, to be held October 30 at the JW Marriott, features three engaging panel discussions followed by keynote speaker Jeffrey Tumlin, an expert in helping communities achieve wider goals and best utilize their limited resources. The event will conclude with a reception with mayors, elected officials, and community leaders.
 
As a national community expert, Tumlin will offer his advice on how the Central Texas region can move from strife to resolutions, the importance of water, electricity, infrastructure, and land use.

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