10-county regional summit scheduled

Plans and ideas that have worked for others, what is relevant now and what can be expected in the future for one of the nation’s most economically vibrant geographical regions will be the focus of this year’s Power of 10 Regional Summit on Wednesday in Nashville.
Apr 29, 2014

 

Plans and ideas that have worked for others, what is relevant now and what can be expected in the future for one of the nation’s most economically vibrant geographical regions will be the focus of this year’s Power of 10 Regional Summit on Wednesday in Nashville.

An audience of about 700 people is expected to attend the summit, including elected officials, community leaders, local government planners and others from a mid-state 10 county region that includes Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties.

Cumberland Region Tomorrow, a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to planning for the future livability and economic vitality of the 10-county region it represents, plans to hold the summit.

According to Bridget Jones, CRT executive director, this year’s Summit topic, “Redeveloping Middle Tennessee Communities - Infill, Innovations, Investments,” will provide an opportunity to showcase the many leaders and projects that are helping to build a vibrant, competitive future for our communities, region and state.

The 2014 Power of 10 Regional Summit will be open to the public at 1 p.m. at TPAC’s Polk Theater in Nashville. 

Online registration is now open, and more information on speakers, agenda, location and educational and professional development credits is available at 10power.org.

 

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