International Economic Development Council Taps Greater Irvine Chamber’s Linda DiMario to Consult Aransas Pass, Texas City Management on Strategies Following Hurricane Harvey

Monday, December 11, 2017

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The Greater Irvine Chamber’s International Development Council works with volunteer members to offer communities assistance in the aftermath of natural disasters.

Aransas Pass, Texas was among those communities in southeast Texas hit hard by Hurricane Harvey. Linda DiMario, executive vice president of the Greater Irvine Chamber was tapped by the International Economic Development Councilto work with Aransas Pass city management to explore and evaluate how best to revitalize and reinvigorate their downtown corridor.

DiMario will spend the week of Jan. 15 conducting an environmental scan, learning from focus groups, working with business owners, and consulting with the area’s chamber of commerce. The objective is to provide the city management and business owners a pathway of short- and long-term downtown development strategies that will help rebuild the local economy and sustain it into the future.   

For more information about the Greater Irvine Chamber’s International Development Council, contact Linda DiMario.

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