Posts Tagged ‘Perryton CDC’

Boosting Businesses to Build a Better Perryton

Ever wonder what the Perryton Community Development Corporation (CDC) does? The short answer is the Perryton CDC stabilizes, diversifies, and expands the economy of Perryton through the retention, expansion, and recruitment of employment opportunities to benefit the citizens of Perryton. What’s all that mean? Read on to find out more. What We Do: The Perryton

Leadership Perryton to Host Dr. Tina Thomas

This Thursday, November 7, Leadership Perryton XII will welcome Dr. Tina Thomas of New Orleans, Louisiana, at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus. Everyone is invited to attend. Dr. Thomas’s presentation, “Use Your Brain for a Change,” will show you how to reprogram your brain from negative input to positive opportunity. The presentation applies to personal life,

Sheryl Hardy Speaks at State Conference

Last week, Sheryl Hardy, executive director of the Perryton Community Development Corporation, spoke at the Texas Women in Economic Development Conference. The Texas Economic Development Council event was hosted at the Westin Stonebriar hotel in Frisco on May 16 and 17. Women from throughout the state of Texas gathered to develop their professional skills and

Cast Your Vote: Perryton Water Park

Early voting is now open, and election day is Tuesday for an issue related to renovating the city pool to include water park features. City residents are urged to vote on whether or not to authorize the Perryton Community Development Corporation (CDC) to use Type A funds for a Type B Project. We talked to

And the Winner Is …

Congratulations to Katrina Evans, the winner of the $50 gift card to Watonga Cheese Factory! Katrina, please e-mail us at info@perrytonpipeline.com to claim your prize.

New Additions to the Board of Directors

We’re excited to welcome two new members—Chuck Neas and Brady Yeary—to the Perryton Community Development Corporation (CDC) board of directors. Chuck is owner of Arkhoma Transports Inc., and Brady is president of First Bank Southwest. The two take the places of outgoing board members Don Dyer and Robert Cunningham Appointed by the City Council, the

Free Business Assistance from the Perryton CDC

If you’re an entrepreneur looking for advice, you’re in luck. The Perryton CDC, in partnership with the Entrepreneur Alliance, provides free and confidential business assistance. (The Entrepreneur Alliance is a nonprofit organization that offers financial and consultative business guidance through mentors, business strategists, and management and marketing consultants.) Whether you’re looking to start, sell, or

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