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This is an introduction to our show from the TurboMachinery show at the George R. Brown Convention center in Houston.

Please excuse any typos in this hasty transcript.

Matt Register: Hey, you guys, welcome to Texas Business Radio. This is episode 1 of 3. We are down here at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, at the 46th Turbomachinery and 33rd Pump Symposia. This show is brought to you by the Turbo Lab at Texas A&M University. We were here last year. We decided to come back. Now, this is a September show. Hurricane Harvey had a vote. There were 10,000 people here in the convention center. They moved the show to December. So we’re down here now at the Turbomachinery Show.

We’re talking about rotating equipment. These are pumps and gearboxes and turbines and compressors, and anything that goes round and round in Texas is being exhibited here at the show. Pretty exciting show when we are bringing you the best of the Turbomachinery Show. So we’re going to jump into right here in just a minute. We’re going to take a quick break and pay a couple of bills, but we’re going to be right back with the best of the Turbomachinery Show here in Houston. We’ll be back right after this.

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In addition to hosting "Texas Business Radio," Matt is an investment banker and serial entrepreneur from Montgomery, Texas. He is the owner of RREA Media and Register Real Estate Advisors and a Managing Director and Principal at Corporate Finance Associates. He has a BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point and an MBA from Rice University in Houston. You can read more about Matt HERE.

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