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Dallas Operation Joins MPI For Fall Kickoff Program at Cowboys Stadium

Posted on September 30, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

DALLAS — As members of the Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of MEETING PROFESSIONALS INTERNATIONAL (MPI), two PREMIER TRANSPORTATION employees had the chance to tour the massive new Cowboys Stadium near Dallas in August.

The August meeting of MPI was held at the stadium to help kick off the football season and educate MPI members on the many amenities available in the surrounding Arlington area.

Premier employees Nicki Beetar, who works in reservations, and Laurie Johnson, in business development, joined more than 400 MPI attendees to enjoy networking activities, entertainment and food at the event. The highlight of the meeting was a presentation by guest speaker Drew Pearson, a former Cowboys player and a member of the NFL All Decade Team of the 1970s. Pearson spoke on the topic: “Diagram of a Champion Team: Drafting and Coaching a Super Bowl Caliber Team.”

Premier Transportation actively participates in MPI and other Dallas-Ft. Worth area organizations, including the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Information: PREMIER TRANSPORTATION WEB SITE

Source: Premier Transportation

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