Time: June 24, 2009 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Los Lupes Mexican Restaurant
Street: 3855 Beltline Rd
City/Town: Addison, TX 75001
Website or Map: http://www.cfbhcc.org
Event Type: lunch, network
Organized By: Jose Lopez
Latest Activity: May 25, 2010
Carrollton-Farmers Branch Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Cordially invites you and your guests to a Lunch Network
Event Name: Network Lunch
Description: Carrollton-Farmers Branch Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Cordially invites you and your guests to a Lunch Network
New website www.CFBHCC.org
by Herb Moncibais
CFBHCC partner with Chamber Nation to bring a power web-site for members
The Chamber Nation system is a turnkey system for converting a Chamber of Commerce into a state-of-the-art local broadcasting and search system for the community. They incorporate a fully integrated membership management system with extensions to make it easy to become a very powerful advertsing network.
Metrocrest Lidership Class XXI
Leadership Metrocrest is a non-month program that helps participants better understand our communities and region - and shows way to become more involved. Various topics are covered, including Transportation, Education and City Government. It also teaches valuable leadership skills and how the Chamber is involved in the topics discussed. It is also a great way to make new contacts for you business and new lifelong friends!
CLASS XIX will begin in September 2009. Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity - enroll today!!
The excitement is building.
With the first section of the Green Line scheduled to open in 2009, mere plans are slowly transforming into realities. North Texas is literally seeing concrete proof that DART is on the move.
This 28 mile, $1.8 billion project will connect communities far and wide, bringing public transportation to more people in more places. It is a clean air solution for the citizens of Pleasant Grove, Dallas, Farmers Branch and Carrollton that is expected to reduce pollutant emissions by more than 320 tons per year.
It's also providing a boost to the local economy. Looking at the big picture, the DART Rail System is responsible for $7 billion in current, planned and projected transit-oriented development. The Green Line expansion plays a part in this and includes large and visible projects such as Ambrose at Baylor University Medical Center Station and Cityville at Southwestern Medical District/Parkland Station.
Where is the Green Line taking DFW? The answer cannot be measured by physical distance alone. Rather, the line's impact will be seen in the region's improved mobility and air quality, the bolstered economy and the overall quality of life.
Get ready, North Texas. The future is now
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