• Cedar Park Chamber President Tony Moline Joins Texas Association of Business (TAB) Board of Director

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    February 13, 2019
    Cedar Park Chamber President Tony Moline Joins Texas Association of Business (TAB) Board of Directors
     
    AUSTIN, TX- (Feb. 11, 2019)-The Texas Association of Business (TAB), the voice for public policy issues affecting business in Texas, announces the appointment of Tony Moline, IOM, PCED to TAB’s Board of Directors.
     
    “I am honored and excited to be joining the TAB Board of Directors for my second term,” said Tony Moline, President/CEO of the Cedar Park Chamber of Commerce. “As an active member, I have seen firsthand the impact TAB has on Texas business policies and legislation, and I am ready to help keep Texas a great place to do business.”
     
    TAB is on the front lines of legislative, regulatory, and judicial issues that impact Texas businesses; crusading to bring real solutions to real challenges for private-sector growth in Texas. As the Texas State Chamber of Commerce, we are proud to serve our members as the designated National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Affiliate and the US Chamber of Commerce (USCOC).
     
    "It is our pleasure to welcome Tony back to TAB’s Board," said Jeff Moseley, CEO and president, TAB.
     
    Advocacy is essential to a business’ bottom line. State and federal policies and regulations are being decided each day in Texas and Washington, D.C. but, most companies do not have the time or resources to advocate for themselves.
     
    Led by the Board of Directors, Texas Association of Business is the business’s voice focusing on issues that will collectively benefit the state’s business climate.
     
    About the Texas Association of Business
    The Texas Association of Business (TAB) is the voice fighting for public policy issues that grow Texas jobs, representing thousands of companies of all sizes and industry sectors. Our members and 200 local chamber partners employ hundreds of thousands of Texans and produce $8 billion annually in business.
     
    The Texas Association of Business is on the front lines of legislative, regulatory, and judicial issues that impact Texas businesses; crusading to bring real solutions to real challenges for private-sector growth in Texas.
     
    As the Texas State Chamber of Commerce, we are proud to serve our members as the designated National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Affiliate and the US Chamber of Commerce (USCOC).  Follow TAB on, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
     
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