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SFA Regent Blair speaks on economic development at Chamber meeting
Blair’s presentation “A Glass Half Full” will focus on economic development. “While Texas continues to out-perform the nation economically, the Lone Star State has not been completely without its own difficulties,” Blair said. “Yet, Texans are hardy, self-sufficient, and resourceful. As we move forward into a new age of national leadership, our eyes must be on the positive future, the unique opportunities, and the glass that is half full instead of half empty.”
The event is noon to 1 p.m., Feb. 24 at Austin Hall, 4603 North St. Gold sponsors are Nacogdoches Economic Development Corp. and SERVPRO® of Lufkin/S. Nacogdoches County.
A proud fifth-generation Texan, Blair is CEO of The Blair Law Firm. She manages a private real estate investment business Blair Investments Global, and oversees operation of the Conroe ISD Education Foundation. As an elected official, Blair led the formation of a new government for The Woodlands and was Founding Chair of The Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau. Blair’s professional careers have also included roles as a popular public speaker, prolific author, philanthropist, political fundraiser, blogger, education proponent, prosecutor, and television lawyer and commentator. She is a devoted Christian, married to retired lawyer Jim Blair.
“Blair is a dynamic speaker who brings a wealth of experience in economic development and tourism,” said Dr. Adam Peck, Fourth Friday Luncheon program chairman.”I am confident that we will learn a lot from her.”
All attending may enter the $50 drawing sponsored by Commercial Bank of Texas, and all Chamber members are entered in a $250 drawing sponsored by Axley & Rode, LLP, but you must be present to win. RSVPs are requested by 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 22. Lunch is $16 at the door. Contact the Chamber at 936-560-5533. to make reservations