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2017 Public Officials Series - State of the State with Governor Greg Abbott

2017 Public Officials Series - State of the State with Governor Greg Abbott
. Please Note --> This is a Past Event!! .

Date: 3/28/2017
Time: 12:00 PM TO 1:30 PM

Union Station
400 S. Houston St.
Dallas, TX 75202


Phone:
(214) 746-6600


Event Description:

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

The Dallas Regional Chamber is honored to host Texas Governor Greg Abbott for his State of the State address.

Governor Abbott will highlight his 2017 priorities and share his vision for the future of Texas.


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EVENT SPONSORS
Hunt Consolidated, Inc./Hunt Oil Company
Texas Central Partners

Hunt Consolidated, Inc./Hunt Oil Company
Presenting Sponsor

Texas Central Partners
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Toyota Motor North America
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