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Published January 29, 2015

TRI-VALLEY RISING IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Alameda CountyBay Area Council Economic Institute

You are invited to join Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty, the Bay Area Council Economic Institute and Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group for a breakfast forum examining the Tri-Valley's fast-emergence as a new technology and innovation powerhouse in the Bay Area. 

Event Details
The Tri-Valley Rising in the 21st Century breakfast forum will be taking place on Thursday, February 19th, 2015 from 8:00 to 10:00 am at The Grafton Station Merchants Club, 4080 Grafton Street, 2nd Floor, Dublin. The event is free to attend. However, registration is required by February 18th, 2015 at www.trivalleyrisingforum.eventbrite.com

Tri-Valley Overview
The Bay Area Council Economic Institute's Vice President Tracey Grose will present top findings from its recently released report on the Tri-Valley's vital role in the Bay Area economy, including its surging growth in technology-related jobs and bustling economic activity as a major corridor for Bay Area ports.  Supervisor Scott Haggerty and Bay Area Council President & CEO Jim Wunderman will discuss how improved transportation infrastructure for the Tri-Valley is critical to maximizing and supporting future economic growth, livability, and competitiveness for the Bay Area as a whole.  A panel featuring top business and community leaders from the Tri-Valley and closely connected San Joaquin County will follow.

Additional Information
Additional information relating to the event or becoming an event sponsor are available. For details, please refer to the Bay Area Council Economic Institute representative below.

Contact Information
Kim Cespedes
Bay Area Council Economic Institute
353 Sacramento Street, Suite 1000, San Francisco  CA,  94111
(415) 946-8724  phone     kcespedes@bayareacouncil.org  e-mail     www.bayareaeconomy.org   WWW

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