Annual Dinner

Join us for the Transportation, Supply Chain & Logistics industry's can't miss event! You're invited to an evening of networking, fun and unparalleled camaraderie.

Who's attending the 111th Annual Dinner?

McCormick Place Skyline Ballroom
2301 S. King Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60616

Date & Time
Thursday, May 17th, 2018
General Reception: 6:00PM - 7:00PM in the Skyline Ballroom Foyer
Annual Dinner: 7:30PM in the Skyline Ballroom

Members: $165/person
Non-Members: $180/person
Full Table of 10 (Member Rate): $1,650
Full Table of 10 (Non-Member Rate): $1,800

No cancellations after Friday, May 4th, 2018

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Note: If you would like a name badge printed for you and your guests at the Annual Dinner, you must inform staff of all names & companies by May 7th, 2018. Although registrations will be accepted after this date, name badges will not be created for those registered after May 7th.


We are excited to announce the guest speaker for TCC's 111th Annual Dinner will be Justice Alan Page, Former Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court & NFL Hall of Famer!

Justice Page served on the Minnesota Surpreme Court from 1992 until 2015 when he reached the mandatory retirement age of 70. He was the first African American on the court and one of the few associate justices ever to join the court initially through election, rather than appointment by the governor.

Law was Alan Page’s second career; he was first known for his skills in football both in college and in the NFL.  At Notre Dame, Alan Page led the school’s storied football program to the 1966 national championship, and in 1993 he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

Alan Page was a first-round draft choice of the Minnesota Vikings in 1967 and he played for the Vikings until 1978.  The last three years of his football career were with the Chicago Bears, 1978–1981.  During his career, Alan Page played in 218 consecutive games, earning All-Pro honors six times, and was voted to nine consecutive Pro Bowls.  In 1971 he was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player, becoming only the second defensive player in history to be named MVP.  In 1988 Alan Page was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

To view Justice Alan Page's full bio, click here!
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