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Industry on stage in Chamber program

July 21, 2011

Industry takes center stage Aug. 10 as the Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce gets ready to present the third program in its State of the Community series in the Howard College Cactus Room.

Representatives from Alon USA, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the GEO Group Inc. and WETT — Wind Energy Transmission Texas — will be part of the program. Also scheduled is a presentation on Scenic Mountain Medical Center, which was originally scheduled for Part 2 of the series, but was delayed because of a scheduling conflict.

“We didn't want exclude SMMC, so we are having CEO Larry Rodgers give an update during this program,” explained Debbye ValVerde, chamber executive director. “These are just some of the major employers in our community,” said ValVerde. “We wish we could hear from everyone.”

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