December 5, 2006 > Chamber holds transportation forum
Chamber holds transportation forum
Virtually every public opinion poll conducted over the last several years has named transportation as one of the greatest concerns of residents and businesses in the Bay Area. An inadequate transportation system can impact residents through long, frustrating commutes that can have a negative impact on a person's quality of life. Business also suffer from an inadequate transportation system in the form of reduced productivity from workers who have suffered a reduction in his/her quality of life and the result of lost productivity resulting from higher shipping and inventory costs due to an inefficient and unreliable goods movement system.
To address the issue, the Fremont Chamber is hosting the Future of Transportation Forum on December 8, 2006 from noon to 2:00 p.m. at the Golden Peacock Banquet Hall, 3681 Peralta Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536. The Chamber is organizing an expert panel of transportation know-it-alls to talk about the future of the transportation system in the Bay Area. President and CEO of the Bay Area Council, Jim Wunderman and Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty will speak as well as answer questions from the audience.
The cost for the event is $30 for Chamber members and $40 for non-members. Sponsorship opportunities are also available at $650 for table sponsorship and $1,150 for event sponsorship. Seating for ten at a prominent table is included for all sponsors. Lunch is included.
For reservations, contact Lana Hillary-Windom at 510-795-2244, ext. 101 or register online at www.fremontbusiness.com.