San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of California (Chamber) invites you to a very important event designed to specifically assist our California tribes in enhancing their tribal commerce, health care and educational capacity by convening to engage in a dynamic discussion with key industry decision makers on building much needed energy, telco and water infrastructure on reservations and tribal lands.
So please join us on May 20-21,2014 at the Thunder Valley Resort, near Sacramento, California as we are presenting, in conjunction with the California Public Utilities Commission and Commissioner Catherine J.K. Sandoval, “Building Infrastructure In Indian Country – Tribal Consultation Roundtable and Summit.”
Supporting tribal organizations include: the California Nations Gaming Association, the California Assocation of Tribal Governments and more to be named.
The first day, May 20th will consist of a half-day tribal leader roundtable consultation listening session with the Commissioner followed by a dinner reception with California legislators. The second day of May 21st will consist of morning plenary sessions with tribal leader discussion, a luncheon followed by an afternoon of connection meetings. Full agenda online soon.
This event is specific to tribal leadership, tribal economic development, tribal construction management, tribal IT staffers and others at the tribe involved in infrastructure development; our American Indian business Chamber members, and our energy, telco and water industry partners.
For hotel resevations call the Thunder Valley Resort at 877-468-8777 and request group reservations or go online to www.thundervalleyresort.com and use the code 140520AMER where indicated.
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American Indian Chamber of Commerce of CA
The mission of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of CA is to provide a vehicle for the networking and support of Tribal enterprises and American Indian businesses.
We also have our American Indian Chamber Education Fund Procurement Technical Assistance Center, which provides expert technical business consulting services to Tribal enterprises and American Indian busineses in California, Arizona, Nevada and Utah.
Both the Chamber and our Education Fund are registered non-profits.