Tribal Economic Development Seminar
Fighting Poverty & Creating Opportunity for Native Americans
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 | 10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Foster Pepper PLLC | 30th Floor Conference Center
Join us in person or via webinar for a complimentary seminar as we focus on how business leaders and Tribal advocates can create economic opportunities to remedy the endemic poverty and absence of resources for Native Americans, and how partnering agencies can create new businesses and public service systems to improve the quality of life in Native communities throughout the United States.
Who Should Attend:
Tribal government officers and business leaders; business leaders interested in opportunities in Tribal communities; attorneys and advocates for Native Americans.
Tribal Economic Development Seminar – Fighting Poverty & Creating Opportunity for Native Americans
Please respond by: Friday, February 22, 2013
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I-5 Northbound: Seneca Street exit (Exit 165); cross Third Avenue; immediate left to enter parking garage.
I-90 Westbound: I-5 North exit; Madison Street exit (Exit 164A); left on Madison; right on Sixth; left on Seneca; cross Third Avenue; immediate left to enter parking garage.
I-5 Southbound: Union Street exit (Exit 165B); left on Fifth Avenue; right on Seneca; cross Third Avenue; immediate left to enter parking garage.
There is limited parking in the 1111 Third Avenue Building garage; enter from Seneca Street. Parking validation is available for this building.
In the event that this parking garage is full, alternate garage options are:
Third Avenue is a “transit priority” corridor, and passenger vehicles are prohibited during peak commute times (6 – 9 am and 3 – 6:30 pm).
These sessions are complimentary to our clients, industry colleagues and other interested parties. Foster Pepper reserves the right to provide access only to these individuals, and not those who may pose a conflict of interest.