Tennant Group Announces Fall Roundtable Meeting

Photo courtesy of Highland Hotel
Photo courtesy of Highland Hotel

The Tennant Group has announced that its fall 2017 roundtable meeting will take place Sunday Oct. 1 to Tuesday Oct. 3 at the Highland Hotel in Dallas.

The Tennant Group Round Table is a select number of car and truck rental operators that meet twice yearly to exchange information in an effort to improve their company's efficiency and profits.

The format for each meeting is determined by the members. Previous discussion items have included fleet management, local market development, daily operating controls, vehicle insurance, personnel and training, current legislative issues, and accident and damage recovery.

Members are owners or general managers of independent or franchised car businesses, according to Jim Tennant, the chair of the Tennant Group Round Tables. But Tennant extends an invitation to eligible owners to attend the meeting as a guest.

The room block at the Highland Hotel expires Friday Sept. 1.

If you would like to attend as a guest or have questions about the event, contact Jim Tennant at [email protected] or 707-287-1311 or Lori Tennant at [email protected] or 561-617-0729.

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