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Volume 7 Issue 4

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Join us at the 2024 Leadership Development Symposium this January in San Marcos for inspirational and informative sessions from these and other amazing speakers!

Tim Vandermeer, Captain, Austin FD
Session Title: "Optimize Decision Making for Emergency Services"

Daniel Kramer, Assistant Fire Chief, Schertz Fire Rescue
Session Title: "Generational Differences in the Fire Service: A Millennial Chief’s Perspective"

Ryan Snow, Police Officer, Drug Recognition Expert, Educator, and Training
Session Title: "The Trinity Model: How Communication, Culture, and Decision-Making Impact Your Leadership"

List of Speakers
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Please join us for the Texas Fire Service Hall of Honor Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner Sunday, January 7th from 5 - 8 PM in San Marcos, where individuals from the fire service or emergency response field will be recognized and awarded for outstanding commitment and contributions to the Texas Fire Service.

A limited number of tickets to the dinner are now available for purchase ($40 each). Advanced ticket purchase is required to attend. The dress code is coat and tie, or Class A uniform.

Purchase Hall of Honor Dinner Ticket
Symposium Registration Information
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Symposium Information

January 8–10, 2024
Embassy Suites Hotel & Convention Center
San Marcos, Texas

No Admission Fee for Texas Emergency Response Personnel.
$150 for out-of-state attendees.
Limited number of attendees this year so Register Today!

Hotel Room Reservations

The host hotel Embassy Suites Hotel & Convention Center is fully booked for the 2024 Symposium. Overflow hotels nearby are also offering a special conference rate.

Book your room now! These overflow room blocks are filling up quickly.

If you have any questions about registration or hotels please contact:

Phone: 979-500-6900

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