UPDATE: 7/11/13:

Check out our video of the new Envision Conference Center. Olivia Ruth Tomlin, VP of Development and Operations, showed us all the great amenities at Envision! Join them for their grand opening today from 4:30p-6:30p.


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The grand opening of the Envision Conference Center will be Thursday, July 11th from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., at 9010 Overlook Boulevard, Brentwood. This offsite meeting environment is designed for professionals to meet, learn and be inspired.

Groups of up to 100 can gather in this 6,150 square-foot space for board meetings, conferences, training seminars, lectures and more. It is ideal for corporations, universities, hospitals, and other organizations needing a bit more space. “We are thrilled to be opening Envision Conference Center,” said Olivia Ruth Tomlin, VP of Development & Operations and the brainchild behind Envision. “We saw a need from personal business experience and discussions with others in the area for a fresh new off-site facility. Somewhere where you could escape the office and be productive without having to worry about logistics. We have this great space in an ideal location and are excited to open it up to facilitate productivity.”

State-of-the-art technology has been installed and tools are in place to make this venue perfect for a variety of needs. Envision’s concierge staff will help plan every detail of your event. A full catering kitchen is onsite as is a reception area, break room, and outdoor patio with an extensive courtyard. Everyone is invited to drop by this event and learn more about the property. Beer, wine and light snacks will be served and the ribbon cutting will be promptly at 5 p.m., RSVP online.

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