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Business forum draws diverse crowd

 
Business forum draws diverse crowd
Staff of the Mesquite Bean Coffee and Sandwich Shop provide the catering March 17 for the Governor’s Small Business Forum in the La Vernia High School auditorium.

La Vernia’s population grew substantially on St. Patrick’s Day, as visitors from across the state descended on the La Vernia High School auditorium March 17 for the Governor’s Small Business Forum: Opportunities in the Eagle Ford Shale Region, hosted by the La Vernia Municipal Development District (MDD). The annual event offered resources and real-time information for small businesses and community leaders to stay resilient and diverse in today’s changing times.

Joining the event were representatives of the cities of Cuero, Converse, Gonzales, Seguin, Stockdale, La Vernia, and others. Also participating were the South Texas Energy & Economic Roundtable, Texas Workforce Commission, Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, the Alamo Area Council of Governments, Schertz Bank & Trust, Cobb Fendley, Workforce Solutions Alamo, representatives of the Office of the Governor, and more.

Mayor Robert W. Gregory welcomed everyone. Members of the Greater La Vernia Chamber of Commerce and Lions Club, among others, offered hospitality. The day included presentations by Workforce Solutions Alamo and the Texas Workforce Commisson, among others, along with opportunities to network and share ideas. The Office of the Governor presented several awards, including recognition for Dana Hyde of Hyde’s Hen House. Catering was provided by La Vernia’s own Mesquite Bean Coffee and Sandwich Shop.

 
 
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