Travel Packet for National Convention in Austin TX

January 18, 2024

Discover the Excitement of Austin, TX with the Montana State Elks at the National Convention!

The highly anticipated Elks National Convention is just around the corner, and this year, it’s taking place in the dynamic city of Austin, Texas. Dive into the vibrant culture of Austin, famous for its live music scene, mouthwatering cuisine, and iconic landmarks like the Texas State Capitol and the Congress Avenue Bridge’s bat colony. Don’t miss this chance to experience the heart of Texas while celebrating with Elks during the National Convention. As you prepare to embark on this memorable journey, we are thrilled to announce the availability of the Montana State Elks National Convention Travel Packet. Packed with invaluable information, this packet is your key to an unforgettable week with Elks across the country from Sunday, June 30th, to Wednesday, July 3rd, 2024.  Whether you’re seeking knowledge, entertainment, or the chance to connect with fellow Elks, this convention has it all. Immerse yourself in the warmth of Texan hospitality, groove to the rhythm of live music, and strengthen the bonds of our Elk community in the heart of Austin.

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