The 58th Annual Texas Legislative Conference will be held on March 21-22, 2024 at the New Braunfels Civic/Convention Center. The event includes a Thursday evening reception honoring 2024 Texan of the Year Governor Greg Abbott and a half-day conference on Friday with a variety of timely topics and guest speakers.
The festivities begin Thursday evening, March 21, with a prestigious reception honoring the Texan of the Year, Governor Greg Abbott. This event provides a unique opportunity for attendees to network with influential figures, enjoy an open bar and hors d'oeuvres, and experience the presentation of the Texan of the Year Award.
The main event unfolds on Friday, March 22, featuring a half-day conference packed with informative panels and addresses. The agenda covers a diverse range of topics, reflecting the multifaceted challenges and opportunities facing Texas today. This year’s topics include the economic impact of the beverage industry in Texas, higher education and the supply of a skilled workforce, and current political trends.
In addition to the insightful panels, the conference includes an opening and closing address, breakfast, and lunch sessions. These moments offer attendees the chance to connect with fellow participants, fostering networking opportunities and discussions on the various topics covered throughout the conference.
Tickets are available for purchase online. Associate Sponsorships are also available online and include four tickets to both the reception and half-day conference at a discounted price, along with sponsor recognition for your businesses. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available. If interested, please contact Alyssa Coker at Alyssa@InNewBraunfels.com.
The Texas Legislative Conference is a nonpartisan organization of Texas business and political leaders who meet annually in New Braunfels to focus on public policy issues. For decades this event has been an inspiration to hundreds who gather to hear respected individuals offer their insights and to honor those whose impact has changed the face of business and politics in Texas.
For more information visit www.TxLegislativeConference.com.