Computer giant Dell played host on Friday to a Human Rights Campaign (HRC) presentation on gay rights in the workplace.

The presentation was part of an Austin, Texas stop of HRC's On the Road to Equality bus trip. The nationwide tour kicked off from Salt Lake City last month. Along its 11 state route, the tour will make stops in 17 cities before arriving at its Orlando, Florida destination next month.

According to an HRC blog post on the event, which took place near the University of Texas Austin Campus where the group had parked its bus, 50 LGBT leaders from Austin's corporate community attended the luncheon.

HRC VP of Communications Fred Sainz “took the group through an informative presentation examining the tipping point at which the LGBT community is currently positioned. By examining markers including access to healthcare, family protections, and workplace fairness, it was made clear that LGBT Americans are moving closer to achieving full equality,” HRC wrote.

On Monday, the bus will roll into College Station, Texas, where HRC will host a panel discussion at Texas A&M University. founder Hudson Taylor will join the discussion on the climate for LGBT people on college campuses.