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Wednesday, September 10, 2008
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Infrastructure and transportation forum at City Club

Greater Cleveland Partnership forum series at the City Club of Cleveland:

From our international airport, to our highways, waterways and public transit, Greater Cleveland is one of the most logistically friendly regions in the nation. Executives from our community's major logistics systems will discuss the billions of dollars of investment occurring in our region and how that investment will not only change the way we travel but also position the region for business and economic growth.

Panelists: Joseph Calabrese, general manager, Greater Cleveland RTA Ricky D. Smith, director, Cleveland Airport System Adam Wasserman, president, Cleveland-Cuyahoga Co. Port Authority

Moderator: Deb Janik, senior VP, real estate and business development, GCP

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Greater Cleveland Partnership forum series at the City Club of Cleveland: From our international airport, to our highways, waterways and public transit, Greater Cleveland is one of the most logistically friendly regions in the nation. Executives from our community's major logistics systems will discuss the billions of dollars of investment occurring in our region and how that investment will not only change the way we travel but also position the region for business and economic growth. Panelists: Joseph Calabrese, general manager, Greater Cleveland RTA Ricky D. Smith, director, Cleveland Airport System Adam Wasserman, president, Cleveland-Cuyahoga Co. Port Authority Moderator: Deb Janik, senior VP, real estate and business development, GCP Reservations

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