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GFX Discounts End May 19

May 02, 2017

Photo courtesy of visitsanantonio.com
Photo courtesy of visitsanantonio.com

The Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX) takes place next month in San Antonio’s Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. Discounts for hotel rooms and early bird registration end Friday, May 19.

The official host hotel is the Grand Hyatt San Antonio, adjacent to the convention center. Stay at the host hotel to multiply your networking opportunities. In addition to a GFX discount, limited rooms are available at the government rate of $150 per night, or a discounted rate of $199 per night, subject to availability. 

GFX, taking place June 12-15, is the largest gathering of public fleet managers in the nation, a place where public fleet managers can connect and learn from each other. Highlights from this year’s conference include a tour of the City of San Antonio fleet facility (fleet full conference passes, by RSVP only), keynotes by Olympian Mitch Gaylord and Mike Wiederkehr from the City of Glendale, Calif., and training sessions in operations, management, greening, technology, vehicle replacement, and the future of fleets.

Visit the show website and the full agenda for more information.

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