As a local chapter of the Texas Restaurant Association, the Greater Houston Restaurant Association strives to promote growth of the restaurant industry by providing educational programs, public awareness campaigns, and grass-roots government affairs initiatives. Our association is just over 900 members strong, making it one of the larger trade associations in Houston.
They are committed to the long-term health of the industry, and are supported by restaurateurs and suppliers of the restaurant industry. Our focus is to not only provide political support for restaurants, but to raise funds for those who will be the future of our industry, support community events and hospitality industry-related organizations, and market our members.
Discovery Green is a 12-acre park created by a public-private partnership between the City of Houston and the non-profit Discovery Green Conservancy. Since the park opened in April 2008, it has welcomed more than six million visitors and hosted more than 2,000 public and private events. The Discovery Green Conservancy works with hundreds of programming partnersto present three dynamic programming seasons each year most of which are FREE and open to the public.
As a non-profit organization, the Conservancy raises all the funds needed for the programming that Houstonians enjoy. Learn more at discoverygreen.com or facebook.com/discoverygreenhouston.
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With corporate supporters like Direct Energy Business and Infinity Power Partners, the museum has been able to reach more than 2 million people to educate about the dangers of hatred since opening in 1996, and we welcomed more than 140,000 guests last fiscal year. With the money we saved, we expect an even broader and stronger outreach next year.
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The Houston Apartment Association is a professional trade association whose membership represents a broad cross-section of the Houston apartment industry. Members include apartment owner-operators, builders-developers, management companies, and product and service businesses that serve the industry. A nonprofit association, the HAA is the largest and most progressive apartment association in the country. HAA members invite and encourage you to join. For questions regarding membership or member benefits please contact <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>.
The mission of the Houston Building Owners and Managers Association is to support and advance the interest of the commercial real estate industry. Houston BOMA strives to be the recognized industry leader in both legislative advocacy and professional development for a broad spectrum of commercial real estate professionals in the Houston market. Through advocacy and sustainable building practices that utilizes the strengths, talents, and leadership of its members and industry associates to build value and lasting relationships with our community through professional development, networking and sharing of information.
The 600+ members of Houston BOMA create more than $4 billion in annual tax revenues for the City of Houston. Houston BOMA members own or manage more than 200 million square feet of commercial properties in Houston and the surrounding area and are responsible for buildings with tax valuations of over $16 billion. The 2,000+ member buildings house more than 1.5 million Houstonians each day of the work week and support over 28,000 jobs in the Houston economy.
If you are a building owner, property manager, asset manager, corporate facility manager, or leasing professional, you should be a member of BOMA. If you are a contractor or a service company for a building owner or manager, BOMA is a terrific vehicle for networking. Houston BOMA gives you the competitive edge. Infinity Power Partners strongly recommends that you join today! It is a very important professional career decision you will be glad you made. Be a valuable member of Houston BOMA and our impressive team.
Since 1983, Gulf Coast Power Association (GCPA) has served Texas and the Gulf Coast as a regional electric power trade organization dedicated to promoting an improved understanding of the issues and opportunities impacting contemporary power markets. GCPA’s highly diversified membership base consists of over 110 corporate members and 300+ individual members representing virtually every segment of the electric power industry.
The Association’s popular Spring and Fall Conferences are the largest gatherings of electric power professionals in the region and attract over 1,200 registrants annually. Additional educational and networking opportunities include monthly luncheon meetings in Houston, Austin and Dallas as well as periodic special briefing workshops on topics of special interest.
The Texas Restaurant Association provides valuable resources to Texas restaurant operators to increase profitability- representing the state's $38 billion industry.
The mission of Houston Realty Business Coalition is to support public policy, elected officials and candidates for elected office that promote our core values of limited government, capitalism and private property rights.
Known as Houston’s premier business coalition, HRBC hosts public forums which allow elected officials and candidates to learn more about the businesses we represent and to share their message.
TexasCampgrounds.com helps families find Texas campgrounds and RV parks to enjoy. RV and camping enthusiasts can order the directory online by visiting texascampgrounds.com/interactive-guide and order here texascampgrounds.com/free-camping-guide. The 2019 RV Travel & Camping Guide to Texas is also posted on the website in digital page-turning format.
CAI is an international membership organization dedicated to building better communities. With nearly 40,000 members, CAI has 64 chapters worldwide, including Canada, the Middle East and South Africa, and relationships with housing leaders in a number of other countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom.
CAI provides information, education and resources to the homeowner volunteers who govern communities and the professionals who support them. CAI members include association board members and other homeowner leaders, community managers, association management firms and other professionals who provide products and services to associations.