Art Brings New Life To These American Cities
1 Jul 2022
Several American cities are experiencing a renaissance because they are redefining themselves with new attractions. As it turns out, attractions that draw people include music, theater, museums, galleries and gardens: in other words, the arts.
Until very recently, Fayetteville, North Carolina, was best known as the home of Fort Liberty, previously called Fort Bragg. One of the largest military installations in the world by population, with around 54,000 military personnel, the base dominated the city of 212,000 and functioned partially as a watering hole for young soldiers.
Tulsa’s Future: The Road AheadJun 30 2022
Tulsa’s Future 2016 - 2020 In its third multi-year phase, Tulsa's Future, the regional economic development partnership led by the Tulsa Regional Chamber, made great strides to drive economic prosperity across northeast Oklahoma. The plan was designed to enhance the Tulsa region as a place for high-value growth and...
Demand for Rail Strong, Expected to RiseJun 8 2022
Like most industries, rail has its share of issues to address: cost controls, supply chain issues, worker availability, the decline of coal, an interesting juxtaposition with the trucking industry and the ubiquitous issue of competition. Still, long-term, demand for freight transportation – for commodities other than coal – is...
Spotlighting Claremore Industrial ParkMay 26 2022
The Northeast Oklahoma Automotive Corridor consists of 11 mega-sites across the region. All of our mega-sites offer: Available land ready for development Central locations with quick access to ice-free ports, Class I railroads, major highways, and interstates Strong workforce of more than one million highly-skilled future employees...