Governor Greg Abbott these days introduced that the City of Harker Heights, possessing finished the multi-move certification system, has been specified as a New music Pleasant Local community by the Texas Music Workplace (TMO). The Audio Friendly Community method seeks to foster new music organization-connected financial growth in Texas cities and communities.
“Tunes is a major part of the Texas manufacturer and is deeply rooted in the cultural traditions of our terrific condition,” explained Governor Abbott. “With assistance from the Texas Audio Place of work, the audio industry in Texas produced much more than 210,000 direct and indirect everlasting employment in communities all throughout the Lone Star Condition and created $27.3 billion in financial activity in 2019. Music Welcoming Communities licensed by the Texas Songs Office environment are severe about attracting and acquiring the community new music market to spur task generation and economic progress. I congratulate the City of Harker Heights on earning the New music Pleasant Community designation, and I glimpse forward to operating with each other on their ongoing results.”
“I am particularly very pleased of the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Harker Heights for continuing to foster economic improvement and contributing to the abundant tradition of songs here in Texas,” reported Senator Dawn Buckingham. “Forward-contemplating financial stewardship like this is why our community communities continue to thrive.”
“Congratulations to the City of Harker Heights for their designation as a Music Pleasant Local community,” explained Representative Brad Buckley. “Harker Heights has a extended-standing status for staying impressive, creative, and decided — substantially like Texas musicians. I feel that the city will be a terrific place for tunes and tunes-relevant small business to prosper in Central Texas, and I seem forward to their fantastic good results.”
The community celebration featuring are living audio and hosted by the Metropolis of Harker Heights, the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce, and the Texas Songs Business office is scheduled for Friday, July 22 from 6─8 pm. TMO Community Relations & Outreach Expert Chip Adams will current the New music Friendly Local community designation to Harker Heights Mayor Spencer H. Smith.
“I am proud that the Metropolis of Harker Heights has joined other great Texas communities with the designation of a Songs Welcoming Neighborhood,” stated Mayor Smith. “The Chamber of Commerce has labored hard to receive this certification, and we are excited to celebrate are living new music and aid the incredible talent in the spot.”
“Our Music Helpful Group designation will assistance advertise our various tunes business and enable it to mature by fostering economic improvement in Harker Heights,” mentioned Gina Pence, President & CEO of Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce. “We will guidance local artists and produce the audio scene in the bright star of Central Texas. Harker Heights will amplify the electricity of songs to join folks, celebrate cultures, and rework lives.”
Harker Heights New music Helpful Neighborhood Celebration
Friday, July 22 6─8 pm
Carl Levin Park
400 Miller’s Crossing
Harker Heights, TX 76548
For extra data on the local community celebration, go to: hhchamber.com
For media inquiries, contact: Gillian Pons, Business Growth & Advertising and marketing, [email protected], (254) 699-4999
Harker Heights joins extra than 30 other Texas towns that have acquired the formal Music Welcoming Neighborhood designation, which include Fort Truly worth, Austin, San Antonio, Denton, Lindale, Stephenville, Conroe, San Angelo, Nacogdoches, Abilene, McKinney, Waxahachie, Waco, Alpine, Bastrop, New Braunfels, Victoria, Lubbock, Denison, Arlington, Brenham, Dripping Springs, Round Rock, El Paso, Odessa, Vidor, Grand Prairie, Port Aransas, San Marcos, Dallas, Bryan, McAllen, and Salado. Houston is at present doing the job by way of the certification course of action.
About the Texas Tunes Helpful Local community plan: gov.texas.gov/tunes/site/audio-welcoming-communities