IFMA CEO Tony Keane Selected to Greater Houston CVB Board

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International Facility Management Association President and CEO Tony Keane, CAE, has been selected to join the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau board of directors.

IFMA CEO Tony Keane Selected to Greater Houston CVB Board

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IFMA CEO Tony Keane Selected to Greater Houston CVB Board

International Facility Management Association President and CEO Tony Keane, CAE, has been selected to join the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau board of directors.

Keane is serving a three-year term that began this month and ends on June 30, 2013.

In his new role, he will advise and assist the Houston CVB in its mission to improve the economy of greater Houston by attracting conventions, tourists, film projects and international government officials to the area through sales and marketing efforts.

Greater Houston CVB board members meet several times throughout the year. IFMA headquarters is located in Houston, Texas.

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