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Texas Telephone Association

The Texas Telephone Association, founded in 1905, represents telecommunications companies that are driving economic development and innovation to benefit consumers, business, schools and hospitals across Texas. With voice, data, high-speed Internet and other telecommunications services, the Texas telecommunications industry keeps millions of Texas consumers and businesses connected. Through investment and innovation in high-speed broadband networks, the industry it is driving growth in the Texas economy. The Texas Telephone Association, with a diverse membership ranging from publicly traded corporations to small businesses and cooperatives, is dedicated to advancing and enhancing the telecommunications industry in Texas.

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Tyler Campbell to keynote TTA Convention and Product Showcase.

Motivational speaker Tyler Campbell will provide the keynote address at the Texas Telephone Association Convention and Product Showcase in San Antonio.

Tyler Campbell, the son of Earl (NFL Hall of Fame and Heisman Trophy winner) and Reuna Campbell, will address conference attendees at 9 a.m. Tuesday August 27 at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa in San Antonio. Tyler will discuss “What It Means to Be a B.O.S.S.: Believe, Overcome, Strategize and Sacrifice.’’

Tyler recalls life-changing words learned from his father at an early age: “A Campbell Never Quits.” When confronted with life’s obstacles, Tyler says these words provided strength and encouragement.

Tyler received a football scholarship to San Diego State University in 2005. During his junior year in college, Tyler was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and became one of the first individuals to play division one college football with the disease. After graduating from college 2009, Tyler moved back to Austin.

He serves as an ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and has raised more than $500,000 for the society. He also serves as sales account manager for Earl Campbell Meat Products. Tyler specializes in delivering empowering, inspiring and motivating messages of confidence and self-worth.

In addition to Campbell’s address, TTA attendees will discuss key issues impacting the telecommunications industry.

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