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SV: Tucson Airport Authority - What the Authority Means to Us

  • 21 Sep 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Hana Tokyo, 1633 AZ-92, Sierra Vista, AZ

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Agenda
5:30pm - Doors Open and Registration
6:00pm - Dinner/Networking
6:30pm - Presentation Starts
7:30pm - Presentation Ends

PDU Value: 1 (Strategic)


Tucson Airport Authority: What the Authority Means to Us

The Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) is responsible for the management, development, and growth of Tucson International Airport and Ryan Field. In so doing, they must manage a diverse stakeholder pool with a diverse arrange of funding initiatives, and thereby must understand how to work with each one. Mr. Bootes will provide us an overview of several of these projects with some context for several of his work streams, such as:
  • Tucson International Airport (TUS) Update
  • Ryan Airfield (RYN) Update
  • TAA Economic Development
  • Doing Business with TAA
Join us in learning more about how government and business projects intersect.

Speaker Bio

George W. Bootes III (George) serves as the Chief Economic Development Officer for the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA). Reporting to the TAA President/CEO, George directs TAA's land planning and vertical development efforts focused on undeveloped property at Tucson International Airport (TUS) and general aviation reliever airport, Ryan Airfield (RYN); pursues business retention and targeted business recruitment efforts to expand and attract jobs and capital investment to the airports; and advocates the interests of TAA before local, regional and statewide groups, government entities, and the private sector seeking to promote, protect, and maximize the value of TAA's real estate holdings.

George is married to RaMona I. Bootes, Esq.; they have one daughter (Amy) and two grandchildren (Michael and Jayde).

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