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Registration extended for relationship-building event, TBX 2019

Posted on December 11, 2018

TBX is designed to connect an influential group of public transportation bus operators with a select group of product and service suppliers for an exchange of information, ideas, and solutions.
TBX is designed to connect an influential group of public transportation bus operators with a select group of product and service suppliers for an exchange of information, ideas, and solutions.

Registration for the second installment of METRO Magazine’s networking and relationship building event, Transit Bus eXchange (TBX), which will be held at the Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch in Ariz., Jan. 30 to Feb. 1, 2019, has been extended until Dec. 28.

TBX is designed to connect an influential group of public transportation bus operators with a select group of product and service suppliers for an exchange of information, ideas, and solutions. The entire event is designed so you can share information and expertise with like-minded peers, explore ideas, extend your network, and expand your options. As a result, you’ll build unique relationships that will last far beyond TBX — relationships that could change the landscape of your world.

Senior-level transit and paratransit employees who qualify will receive a full grant to attend that includes travel and education.

“TBX was a fantastic opportunity to spend one-on-one time with vendors,” said Marie Parker, GM of N.C.’s GoRaleigh. “Unlike large conferences, one can forget who they spoke to because the time spent is in passing. The time talking face-to-face is invaluable and allows for real connections.”

For further information visit www.transitbusexchange.com, or contact James Blue at james.blue@bobit.com.

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