PHOTO FEATURE — Contractors Business Development brings in crowd
Published 12:30 am Saturday, February 12, 2022
- Art Thomas with Texas Gas was pleased to say the company did not have any layoffs during the pandemic. He mentioned Texas Gas lost customers following Hurricane Harvey, but that 500 returned in 2021 and many were large-scale. He credited help from Sempra LNG, Total, Chevron and others. (Candace Hemelt/The News)
The Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce Contractors Business Development Group continues to be one of the top gatherings of business professionals in Southeast Texas.
Audience members start to get settled before this week’s Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce Contractors Business Development Group meeting. (Candace Hemelt/The News)
Many interested business officials filled the Carl A. Parker Multipurpose Center this week on the campus of Lamar State College Port Arthur.
Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month.
Krystal Muller, contractor compliance manager for the Port Arthur Economic Development Corporation, talks about her role in job creation. She also said the Port Arthur EDC is focusing on small businesses and entrepreneurs with available mico-loans. (Candace Hemelt/The News)
Those interested must register to attend.
Call 409-963-1107 for more information.
Joe Tant, financial/administrator manager with the Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce, claps as contractors group chairman Travis Woods begins to speak. (Candace Hemelt/The News)
Travis Greenway with Neches Management Group. (Candace Hemelt/The News)