Southwest Florida’s Transportation Future

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Discuss Southwest Florida’s Transportation Future at Upcoming Roundtable

Bonita Springs, Florida (April 1, 2022) – Lee, Collier and Charlotte residents are invited to attend SWFL Inc.’s upcoming President’s Club roundtable on Tuesday, April 19 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at The Hub. Attendees of the roundtable will be able to discuss Southwest Florida’s transportation future with three location transportation leaders: D’Juan Harris, Executive Director of the Charlotte County – Punta Gorda Metropolitan Planning Organization, Don Scott, Executive Director of the Lee Country Metropolitan Planning Organization and Annie McLaughlin, Executive Director of the Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization.

“Transportation and its convenience are a key component to quality of life in Southwest Florida,” said Tiffany Esposito, President and CEO of SWFL Inc. “With an influx of new residents, there are foreseen issues we need to address, discuss and plan for as a community.”

SWFL Inc.’s vision is to build a vibrant and prosperous community in Southwest Florida where businesses and people thrive. President’s Club, an exclusive group of community leaders, was formed to connect the community with local experts for roundtable discussions on policies and issues that affect life locally. To register for the April 19th roundtable on transportation, visit Registration for the event is $75.00.

About SWFL Inc.

SWFL Inc. is a regional chamber of commerce serving the Southwest Florida business community. It connects businesses to a regional network of customers, offers educational resources to help them grow in a modern economy, and actively works to solve regional issues that impact the business community. At SWFL Inc., membership is free and open to all businesses to create (inc)lusive opportunities for all.

Ranked among the top one percent of chambers nationwide, SWFL Inc. produces exceptional business resources and programs to serve the business community, promote a region where business can grow and prosper and enhance the quality of life in Southwest Florida.