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BRC Training Room

BRC Training Room
69 N. Chadbourne, San Angelo, TX 76903
(now available for reservation requests!)

 Training Room Monday - Friday
Half-day (8 a.m. – noon) or (1 p.m. – 5 p.m.) including set up and take down  $75
Full day (Event lasting more than 4 hours, ending by 5 p.m.)


 Business related training and events only.

To schedule an event or to check room availability, Please fill out and email the Business Resource Center Facilities Request Form to the Training Coordinator at 

Training room amenities:

  • Seats 48 classroom style, 24 tables 24” x 72”, Pop up power ports on tables
  • Projectors, screens, and podium
  • Audio
  • Projection Laptop
  • 12’ catering counter
  • Cisco conference phone available
  • Free Wi-Fi


If you have used the Business Resource Center Facilities and would like to take a short survey to review your experience please do so by clicking here. 

** Half price room rentals are available for non profit organizations. 

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