The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has announced that the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush, will be featured as a keynote speaker at the annual 2012 GBTA International Convention & Exposition at the Boston Convention Center in Boston, MA, July 22-25, 2012. Expected to draw 6,000 delegates to Boston, President Bush’s appearance is made possible by Orbitz for Business.
“The GBTA Convention is a forum to hear from some of the most influential leaders in the world and this year’s Convention is no exception. We are honored to be hosting President George W. Bush at our annual convention in Boston and we look forward to hearing his views on his legacy,” said Michael W. McCormick, GBTA executive director and COO.
George W. Bush began his career in politics as the 46th Governor of Texas and made history as the first governor in Texas to be elected to consecutive four-year terms. In Austin, he earned a reputation for his bipartisan governing approach and his compassionate conservative philosophy.
Since leaving office, President Bush has focused his attention on developing the George W. Bush Presidential Center atSouthern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, which will encompass the Presidential Library and Museum, Archives, and the George W. Bush Institute. The Institute, which President Bush announced in the fall of 2009 seeks to improve the human condition through education reform, global health, human freedom, and economic growth.
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