Travis County Commissioner Karen Huber Discusses Lake Travis Economic Value

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE: February 2, 2011

CONTACT: Debrah Dubay

Dubay Communications

512-627-3782 

Debrah@dubayco.com

Travis County Commissioner Karen Huber Discusses Lake Travis Economic Value

At Four Points Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

Austin, TX – Four Points Chamber of Commerce is delighted to have Travis County Commissioner Karen Huber as the guest speaker for Four Points Chamber’s March Luncheon. Commissioner Huber recognizes that as the population in Central Texas continues to grow the demands for water and the impacts on water quality are increasing.  Commissioner Huber will discuss her proposal to study and analyze the value of Lake Travis as a significant regional economic engine considering its various revenue streams. Four Points Chamber luncheons provide stimulating discussions for local individuals, businesses and organizations to gain new insights and stimulate business growth. Membership is not a requirement to come to the luncheon but you’ll want to register online to ensure your seat and receive early-bird discount pricing!

While you are at the Four Points Chamber of Commerce website be sure to check out the other networking activities offered by the chamber including the monthly Happy Hour and bi-monthly networking meetings at Concordia University. March 31 join Four Points Chamber of Commerce for Happy Hour at The Oasis.  It’s a great way to relax with friends as we near the end of the workweek.

The Four Points Chamber of Commerce provides networking opportunities at social gatherings, luncheons and business network meetings. Now well over 100 members strong and growing, the Four Points Chamber of Commerce brings businesses together along highway 620 from Hudson Bend and Mansfield Dam to Anderson Mill and along Ranch Road 2222 from Jester to Volente to support business growth in the community. For more information about upcoming events contact us at FourPointsChamber@gmail.com, visit www.fourpointschamber.com or call (512) 551-0390.  Membership inquiries may also be sent directly to membership@FourPointsChamber.com.

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