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Tucson 30

The Tucson 30 was a group that was mentioned in newspaper articles as being a leader in Tucson.
Tucson 30 was an organization of civic and business leaders that was founded in 1983. The name for this organization was a takeoff on the “Phoenix 40.” Originally the group’s membership was CEOs or senior people in law firms or other professions. The Tucson 30 did not allow elected officials, government officials, and university or school officials to be members.

The Tucson 30 was a private organization.
 Tucson 30 was incorporated, but on September 3, 2003 the corporation was dissolved. 
 
Sources: 
Arizona Corporation Commission. State of Arizona Public Access System (accessed 02/21/2008)
“Tucson 30 goes about business quietly.” Arizona Daily Star. June 11, 1989. Page G1.
 
 

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