The Transportation Club has been at
the center of the Seattle area
transportation community for over 100
years.
Join the Club!
WHEN:             WEDNESDAY, September 3rd 2014
SPEAKER:       Bill Bryant, Port of Seattle
TIME:               11:30am Reception, 12:00pm Lunch
WHERE:           
Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST:              $24 per person



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The Transportation Club of Seattle has been at the center of the Seattle
area transportation community for 100 years!

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Seattle transportation club is a registered chapter of Transportation Clubs International.


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Transportation Club of Seattle
May 7th                              Lunch Meeting, WA Secretary of State

June 4th                            Lunch Meeting, Carrix

July 17th                           Annual Golf Tournament

August                              Summer Break - No Meeting                

September 3rd                 Lunch Meeting, Port of Seattle

October 1st                      Lunch Meeting, Rainier Industries

November 5th                  Lunch Meeting, Excellent Cultures

December 3rd                   Holiday Luncheon and Auction
Transportation 
Club of Seattle
P.O. Box 88427

Steilacoom, WA  98388

Phone:  253-584-2131
Fax: 253-584-2956
www.transportationclubofseattle.org
Email: transportationclubofseattle@gmail.com
TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF SEATTLE
UPCOMING LUNCH INFORMATION
TBA
About the Speaker

Commissioner Bill Bryant was elected to represent King County citizens as a Port of Seattle
Commissioner in the fall of 2007. In January 2008, he was sworn into office by former Governor
Dan Evans, who co-chaired his campaign. Bryant immediately began increasing the Port’s
transparency and public accountability, working to protect Puget Sound, and improving our
transportation system. After only one year on the Commission, in 2009, he was elected President
of the Commission by his peers. He served as Commission President for three consecutive
years. In 2010 he was named Maritime Public Official of the Year by the Propeller Club.

Commissioner Bill Bryant was born in Morton, and grew up on the Olympic Peninsula and in
Olympia. After attending Capital High School, he studied trade and diplomacy at Georgetown
University. He put his training to work immediately as the director of Washington Governor John
Spellman’s trade council. He then lived in Yakima for seven years, traveling around the world
working to eliminate unfair foreign trade barriers and open new markets for Washington's fruit
growers.

In 1992, Bryant moved to Seattle and founded Bryant Christie Inc., a company that works to
eliminate foreign trade barriers, develops new international markets. He is also an investor and
advisor to Deneki Outdoors, a company with fly fishing camps in Alaska, British Columbia, South
Andros, and Chile.

In addition to his entrepreneurial interests, Bryant has been appointed by both Democratic and
Republican administrations, Congress, and the United States Export Import Bank to advise on
our nation’s trade policies.