Maximize the benefits of your company’s contacts with city officials and your support of the Texas Municipal League (TML) by becoming a sponsor of the 2013 TML Annual Conference and Exhibition, to be held at the Austin Convention Center on October 8-11.
Each year, TML is pleased to host between 4,000 and 5,000 attendees at the annual conference. As a sponsor, you will put your company name in front of the decision makers and be able to engage directly with city and League leaders at the conference, while you are acknowledged in numerous ways as a supporter of League programs. Receive recognition on the TML Web site, in both the conference publicity and final program, and in the League’s magazine, Texas Town & City, which is circulated among more than 13,000 local, state, and national officials.
With your partnership, the Texas Municipal League will continue to assist city officials by providing the information and tools they need to serve their cities, meet the challenges they face, and achieve their goals.
Created in 1913, the Texas Municipal League exists solely to provide services to Texas cities. Since then, TML’s mission has remained the same: to serve the needs and advocate the interests of its members. To help accomplish this mission, the League provides the following services to its member cities:
• The League represents the interests of member cities before legislative, administrative, and judicial bodies at the state and federal levels.
• TML annually conducts numerous conferences and training seminars to enhance the knowledge and skills of municipal officials in the state. The TML Annual Conference and Exhibition is one of the nation’s largest gatherings of local government leaders.
• Full-time attorneys are on the staff and are available to provide advice and information on municipal legal matters.
• A variety of publications addressing municipal issues are produced throughout the year.
• Twenty-one affiliate groups are under the umbrella of the League. These groups are made up of public officials representing specific professional disciplines.