Tagged: hot springs metro partnership

Cole McCaskill on What's Central To Bringing More Tourists to Hot Springs

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/29/2014 12:00 am

Cole McCaskill is a Hot Springs native who recently stepped into the newly created position of downtown development director. His job is to manage the Hot Springs Metro Partnership’s Strategic Plan for Downtown Development, which grew out of the February fire that destroyed the historic Majestic Hotel.

‘Never Let a Crisis Go to Waste’ (Jim Fram Commentary)

by Jim Fram 7/7/2014 12:00 am

The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce and the Hot Springs Metro Partnership recognized after the Majestic Hotel fire that they should embrace the adage to "never let a crisis go to waste," commissioning the Downtown Game Plan Task Force to study all aspects of downtown development.

Majestic Fire Puts Spotlight on Hot Springs' Vacant Buildings

by Luke Jones 3/17/2014 12:00 am

The February fire that destroyed the Majestic Hotel in Hot Springs has focused concerns on two troubling issues facing the resort city’s historic downtown: the fire danger posed by other largely vacant properties and the failure of building owners to maintain their properties.

Garland County Economic Development Agency Is Now the Hot Springs Metro Partnership

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/17/2012 12:00 am

The Garland County Economic Development Corp. has changed its name to the Hot Springs Metro Partnership and has unveiled its new website, GrowHotSprings.com.

Hot Springs Has Eyes on New Talent

by Arkansas Business Staff 3/26/2012 12:00 am

Historic city has plenty to attract cutting edge business, young workers.

Iconic Companies Exist Side-by-side With Innovators To Give Hot Springs Region Broad Base

by Arkansas Business Staff 3/26/2012 12:00 am

Within the natural beauty of the triangle formed by the cities of Hot Springs, Malvern and Arkadelphia thrives a busy and diverse manufacturing economy.

Hot Springs Region Offers Abundant Options at Collegiate Level

by Arkansas Business Staff 3/26/2012 12:00 am

The Hot Springs metro region is home to top-notch public schools that offers unique educational opportunities for students.

Hot Springs Area Enjoying Pre-recession Growth in Jobs, Construction and Revenues

by Arkansas Business Staff 3/26/2012 12:00 am

The 2010 census showed the Hot Springs Metro Area with 8,000 more people than 2000, a 9-percent increase. Employment and sales tax collections showed the Spa City and five-county area returning to pre-recession figures by the end of 2011.

Manufacturing A Hidden Gem in Hot Springs Metro Among Recreation & History

by Arkansas Business Staff 3/26/2012 12:00 am

It’s a vibrant and strong business and industry sector for which residents are thankful for and vacationers don’t always notice. Together, the five counties that make up the Greater Hot Springs region create one of the most diverse economies in Arkansas.

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