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OrganizationEvent or investmentEconomic impactStatusIndustryDate(s)CityDetailsStatement / quoteLinkDate
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$385,229,000
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NFLSuper Bowl$350,000,000veiledTourismN/AMajor metros
"If a proposal that is discriminatory or inconsistent with our values were to become law (in Texas), that would certainly be a factor considered when thinking about awarding future events," NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email response to a Chronicle question about the bill.
http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/article/Bathroom-bill-could-doom-future-Super-Bowls-10921835.php
2/10/17
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American Society of Association ExecutivesconventiondirectTourism2022Dallas
The American Society of Association Executives would pull its 2022 annual meeting scheduled in Dallas if the bill becomes law, executive vice president Susan Robertson said.

"We wouldn't want to do it," she said. "We had one of our most successful meetings in Dallas, but it's written into our contract, so we would act on it."
http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/article/Bathroom-bill-could-doom-future-Super-Bowls-10921835.php
2/10/17
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Specialty Graphic Imaging Associationconvention$30,000,000probableTourism2018Dallas25,000 visitors
"While we respect the state of Texas' right to legislate based on the concerns of its constituency, SGIA also has a constituency whose concerns we must respect," SGIA president Ford Bowers said.
"If this bill becomes law, it would be problematic for us to engage in further business in Texas."
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/texas-legislature/2017/02/02/dan-patricks-bathroom-bill-trouble-none-teeth
2/6/17
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Professional Convention Managers Associationconventions (various)probableTourismongoingvarious
“If discriminatory legislation passes in Texas, we will not bring our meetings to Texas.”
chair Bill Reed
http://www.fox26houston.com/news/local-news/228596879-story
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American College Personnel Associationconvention$5,129,000probableTourismMarch 2018Houston3,100 visitors
Executive Director Cindi Love cited concern for transgender college students’ and attendees’ safety as a reason for potentially relocating the conference.

“We cannot bring transgender-identified members to a city and risk (discrimination) if they leave the facility where we’ve contracted,” Love said Wednesday morning. The group backed out of a conference in North Carolina scheduled for last summer after that state passed a similar law.
http://blog.chron.com/kuffsworld/2017/01/its-all-bathrooms-all-the-time/
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NBAAll-Star Game$100,000veiledTourismN/A/Major metros
"jurisdictions that are considering legislation similar to HB2 are on notice that that is an important factor for us… in deciding where we take a special event like an All-Star Game"
http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/18716469/nba-commissioner-adam-silver-puts-texas-notice-bathroom-bill-concern-travel-ban
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