Regional Roundtable set for September

Regional Roundtable set for September

The Texas Downtown Association and Texas Economic Development Council are pleased to announce that we are co-hosting a Regional Roundtable in San Angelo on Thursday, September 18.
Information Courtesy City of San Angelo and Texas Downtown Association:


The Texas Downtown Association and Texas Economic Development Council are pleased to announce that we are co-hosting a Regional Roundtable in San Angelo on Thursday, September 18.

Regional Roundtables are meetings that bring representatives of cities and towns, EDCs, chambers, nonprofits and businesses together to hear presentations by expert speakers, share ideas and information, and network.

The San Angelo Regional Roundtable will focus on downtown and economic development and will feature three presentations:
•Downtown & Economic Development in San Angelo
Roland Peña, City of San Angelo Development Corporation
Del Velasquez, Downtown San Angelo, Inc.

•Community Development + Tourism = Economic Development
Tony Guidroz, City of San Saba EDC

•Regional Economic Development
Kathy Keane, Texas Midwest Community Network

All sessions will be held at the McNease Convention Center in San Angelo. A tour of downtown San Angelo will follow.

The Texas Downtown Association, established in 1985, is a statewide nonprofit organization representing over 400 members involved in downtown revitalization projects. By fostering development and revitalization, TDA strives to enhance the economic vitality of Texas downtowns and neighborhood commercial districts by providing resources, networking opportunities, education and advocacy. To learn more about TDA, visit www.texasdowntown.org.

The Texas Economic Development Council (TEDC) is an Austin-based, statewide, non-profit professional association dedicated to the development of economic and employment opportunities in Texas. The TEDC provides information, educational and legislative services to over 800 members representing more than 500 public and private economic development organizations, including more than 350 cities. Our objective is to support the economic growth of Texas and develop strategies that promote a positive business climate in our state. To learn more about TEDC, visit www.tedc.org.

For more information please contact:
Catherine Sak
Executive Director
Texas Downtown Association
512.472.7832
info@texasdowntown.org

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