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Longview Chamber of Commerce Wins Prestigious Award

The Longview Chamber of Commerce has been named Chamber of the Year by ACCE, the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.

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Get the Best Crowds to Your Next Event

Planning and implementing events is a passion of mine that started as a child. My little brother and the other kids in my neighborhood were often the “crowd” for my productions of backyard carnivals, theatrical performances, bug clubs, and sing-a-longs. Early in my adult years I started my own events business and coordinated weddings and festivals of all sizes.

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Longview Chamber of Commerce Works to Bridge The Talent Gap

The Longview Chamber of Commerce has been selected to participate in The Graduate! Network's "Bridging The Talent Gap," an employer and employee engagement initiative supported with funding from the Trellis Foundation.

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Texas Travel Industry Association Names New President & CEO

The Board of Directors of the Texas Travel Industry Association (TTIA) has named Daniel J. Decker as the Association’s new President & CEO and Executive Director of the Texas Commercial Airports Association.

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Area Chambers Take Home Media and Communications Awards

Chambers of Commerce from the region that were honored were Nacogdoches, Sherman, Cedar Hill, Allen, Grapevine and Plano.

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Tyler Launches New Websites

The new Downtown Tyler and Visit Tyler websites will feature user-friendly designs and layouts as well as highlight attractions, amenities, events, and facilities.

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Tyler Innovation Pipeline Receives Statewide Award

Innovation Pipeline exists as both a place and a network that brings together individuals who embrace innovation, entrepreneurship and community involvement.

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Here's Help for Nonprofits

There's no need for nonprofits to struggle to do the great jobs they do in our communities thanks to these training courses.

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Hunt County Entices Visitors Through Outdoor Murals Program

Entering its fifth year, the Hunt County Public Arts initiative keeps bringing art to ... anyone passing by their outdoor murals.

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Focus on Editorial Content More Than Internet Ads For Best Promotions Strategy

As internet AD BLOCKING continues to grow (198 million active ad block users around the world to date) make sure you aren't putting too much of your marketing mix in to internet digital ads — a better idea is to focus on getting editorial coverage to support your advertising efforts.

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A Good Website is Better Than Facebook

While there is value in social pages, using them as your go-to spot is not a good way to generate an abundance of interest in what you have to offer.

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Founder Retires From Piney Woods Fine Arts Association

After 25 years of service, J. Bryan Lake, 62, is retiring from the organization that he founded, the Piney Woods Fine Arts Association (PWFAA).

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