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Austin Convention Center hosts AAMC, Texas Conference for Women, and more in November 2018

November 1, 2018

2017 Texas Conference for Women

The holidays are right around the corner and the Austin Convention Center remains as busy as ever! From conferences to conventions, many different events are sure to keep the LEED® Gold-certified facility humming.

On November 9, the 19th annual Texas Conference for Women will convene at the Austin Convention Center. The Texas Conference for Women features nationally recognized speakers who share their wisdom and expertise on a wide range of personal and professional development topics, helping attendees find clarity on their goals and what they need to accomplish them, according to their website. For more details, go to www.txconferenceforwomen.org. In addition, Procore will host Groundbreak 2018 from November 13 through November 15 (www.procore.com/groundbreak).

Also in November, the Association of American Medical Colleges will host the ‘Learn Serve Lead’ 2018 AAMC Annual Meeting from November 2 through November 6 (www.aamc.org); the Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience will be held on November 17 and November 18 (www.brickfestlive.com); the Universal Cheerleaders Association will host the UCA Southwest Regional 2018 on November 18 (www.uca.varsity.com); the Texas Assessment Association will host their 2018 TAA November Conference from November 11 through November 14 (www.tasanet.org); and Diversified Communications will hold the 2018 Running Event from November 27 through November 30 (www.therunningevent.com).

Over ten million people have attended 3,500+ events, including over 900 conventions, at the LEED® Gold-certified Austin Convention Center since it opened in 1992. Events at both the Convention Center and the Palmer Events Center, and their websites, can be accessed at www.austinconventioncenter.com.

For more information, contact:
Terri McBride, Public Information and Marketing Manager, Austin Convention Center
(512) 404-4020 or terri.mcbride@austintexas.gov