July 2021


In this issue . . . 


TCMS Has Discounted Tickets for Round Rock Express Baseball
Formula 1 is BACK in Austin! TCMS Has Discounted Tickets
Register for TMA Fall Conference
Dell Medical School Update


TCMS Has Discounted Tickets for Round Rock Express Baseball

Baseball, hot dogs and your hometown team make for a great summer evening.

Saturday, July 10
7:05 p.m. vs. Albuquerque Isotopes (Colorado Rockies)
Nolan Ryan bobblehead giveaway (first 2,500 fans), presented by Whataburger

Saturday, July 31
6:05 p.m. vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Kydd Jones postgame concert, presented by Dell Technologies and St. David's Round Rock Medical Center

Austin Black Senators Night 
The Express will pay homage to the Austin Black Senators, a Minor Negro League baseball team based in Austin from the 1920s through the 1940s. Round Rock players and coaches will don Black Senators jerseys and caps to help honor one of Central Texas' earliest professional sports teams.

To purchase tickets  - select either July 10 or July 31, then enter “TCMSROCKS” in the coupon code.


Formula 1 is BACK in Austin! 
TCMS Has Discounted Tickets

Formula 1 is BACK in Austin with the 2021 Aramco USGP! Please follow the link below and use promo code “TCMS2021” to secure your discounted general admission tickets

Billy Joel in Concert after Saturday races!

For reserved seating and premium hospitality options, contact Jordan John at 512-655-6313 or Jordan.John@thecircuit.com
Promo Code: TCMS2021 


Register for TMA Fall Conference 
Sept. 17-18
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines


General session programming is under development, and a full list of the business meetings for Boards, Councils, and Committees are coming soon. In the meantime, make your hotel reservation early.

Information and Registration


Dell Medical School Update


Congratulations, Class of 2021! After completing their final year of study amid a pandemic, physician leaders from Dell Med’s second graduating class are stepping up to transform health in Central Texas and beyond. 

Meet the 47 graduates  


Now, meet the Class of 2025. They’re parents, Marines, EMTs and much more — and they’ve come to Austin from all over the world, eager to take on systemic challenges to health. 

Hear from six of them