JOHNSON CITY—On Thursday, July 16, the Tennessee Valley Corridor will be celebrating its 25th anniversary and kicking off this summer’s Virtual Summit series.
During the Summit, you can learn more about the Appalachian Highlands’ most important assets and plans within the region to achieve greater economic growth.
Tune in to the Tennessee Valley Corridor Virtual Summit at 1 p.m. Eastern time on Thursday, July 16.
Twenty-Five Years of Innovation Transforming the Region
- Congressman Phil Roe (TN-1)
- Tim Thomas, federal co-chair, Appalachian Regional Commission
- Senator Lamar Alexander
- Former Congressman Zach Wamp
- Bill Greer, president, Milligan University
- Bill Tindal, TVC Board chair, Y-12 National Security Complex
- Brian Noland, president, East Tennessee State University
- Gene Cossey, director of Tri-Cities Airport
- Mike Browder, CEO, Bristol Tennessee Essential Services
Tennessee Valley Corridor’s Online Virtual Summit Series
- Session One – The Appalachian Highlands Meeting the Challenge
Thursday, July 16—1-2:30 p.m. Eastern time/ noon to 1:30 p.m. Central
You can see the registration page for the TVC Virtual Summit here.
About the Tennessee Valley Corridor: The Tennessee Valley Corridor was organized in 1995 to convene representatives from government, academia, and business to collaborate on ways to bring greater attention to and support for the important federal missions and related economic development in the region. The Tennessee Valley Corridor (TVC), now represents a footprint of 12 congressional districts in Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, Virginia, and North Carolina working together to advance the TVC’s missions and to encourage on-going collaboration in energy, science, environment, space, national security, and education. Visit TennValleyCorridor.org for more information.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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