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SPEAKER:       Brandon Unterbrink, BNSF Railway
TOPIC:              "Intermodal"
DATE:               Monday, April 9th, 2018
TIME:                 11:15am - 1:00pm PST
Emerald Queen Conference Center
COST:               $25 per person prepaid / $35 at the door

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About the Speaker  

Brandon Unterbrink
Asst Vice President, International Intermodal
BNSF Railway

Unterbrink joined BNSF in 1999 as a management trainee. He held various positions with
increasing responsibility and, in 2004, was promoted to manager, Industrial Products Sales.
Between 2008 and 2014, he served in several director- level roles in Consumer Products,
including Product Planning and Development, Sales and Marketing. In 2014, he was promoted
to general director, Agricultural Products, with responsibility for ethanol, sweeteners and

◦Bachelor of Science, Texas A&M University
◦Master of Business Administration, University of Texas at Arlington

Unterbrink lives in Keller, Texas, with his wife Emiley and their three children.