Driverless Vehicles! What to Expect Down the Road

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The East Penn and Western Lehigh Chambers of Commerce present Driverless Vehicles! What to Expect Down the Road, Wednesday, May 17, 2017.  Rise and shine with fellow Lehigh Valley leaders for breakfast at Brookside Country Club. Learn how the technology of autonomous vehicles will impact local industry and roadways.

The program will feature speakers; George Kinney Director of Transportation, Lehigh Valley Planning Commission , Chief Ed Colon, Upper Macungie Township Chief of Police and the Upper Macungie Good Neighbor Coalition, and Royal Truck & Equipment Inc.’s,  Andrew Roberts & Fred Bergstresser.

Attendees will have the opportunity to try the Royal Truck & Equipment Virtual Experience Goggles during registration and after the program. See what it’s like inside their state of the art The ATMA (Autonomous TMA Truck)

There is still time to register! Day of walk-in’s welcome.

Thank you to Raynock & Associates, our Silver Sponsor, for your support of “Driverless Vehicles! What to Expect Down the Road” (raynockassociates.com)

When: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Time: Registration/Networking/Breakfast – 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.

Program – 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Where: Brookside Country Club

901 Willow Lane

Macungie, PA 18062

What: Networking/Informational program

 Cost: $20.00 Chamber Members   $40.00 Future Chamber Members. Register at LehighValleyChamber.org

Parking:  Free onsite parking at Brookside Country Club

To learn more about events held by the East Penn & Western Lehigh Chambers visit www.LehighValleyChamber.org

About The Chamber:
The mission of The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economy and quality of life in the Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area.  We accomplish this through business-to-business networking events and marketing products, affinity programs and exclusive, money saving member benefits, training programs, government affairs initiatives and public policy advocacy, and community development enterprises.  With nearly 5,000 members who employ more than 200,000, the Chamber is the largest in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and in the top ten nationwide. 

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