The 24th Annual Mission Community Health & Wellness Fair is coming up! Join us from 7:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 12 at the Mission Events Center. It’s free to attend, and the health tests are also free!
Slip on those wristbands, pull up those gym shorts, and wrap that headband around your noggin, because the Summer Games of Texas is returning once again to the Rio Grande Valley. Your Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce would like to inform all the locals, visitors, and athletes competing in the Summer Games of Texas this July about the many quality services and hotel options the City of Mission offers. A Brief History About the Summer Games of Texas The Games of Texas was created by the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation(TAAF) in the summer of 1986 and in its initial iteration
Father’s Day is a special day for the men who have persevered through sleepless nights, long work days, and offered unwavering dedication to give our generation the prosperity and the strong foundation the City of Mission has today.Why not return the favor by treating Dad to some of the finer things Mission has to offer? We here at your Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce want to help honor our local fathers and show our appreciation for their sacrifices by recommending to you a few places that can make their Father’s Day a truly memorable experience. Great Restaurants for Great Dads
There appears to be good news on the horizon for small businesses in Texas. Just last week, state Rep. R.D. ‘Bobby’ Guerra publicized that he has the support of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) to help push forward House Bill 2248. The bill is “related to the procedure for adoption by a state agency of rules that may have an adverse economic effect on small businesses and micro-businesses”. The support of the nation’s eminent small business association will prove to be a vital asset to getting HB 2248 through legislation. Representing over 325,000 small businesses throughout the country,
Are you a savvy shopper? Do you love spending less and getting more? Stop dealing with key tags that get lost. Stop digging through that messy kitchen drawer that still has coupons from 2002. Put the smart back in your smartphone and get the sweetest local deals by downloading the GoMission app today! With an easy-to-use interface, bright visuals that guide you to exactly where you want to be, and an awesome map feature that finds the best deals near you, GoMission is the perfect app for adventure and new experiences. Developed for the community of Mission and its visitors,
Mother’s Day is an important day of celebration for the women in our lives, so it shouldn’t be overlooked. Your Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce wants to make sure that you’re aware of all the options you have when celebrating this momentous holiday. It’s safe to say that the community of Mission and its surrounding area offers plenty of opportunities and places to check out while you are planning for Mother’s Day. Let’s take a look! Grabbing a Bite One of the best things we can do with our mothers is simply spend some time with them. Nothing says quality
We have the chance to celebrate a number of occasions and people every year. From Easter to Thanksgiving, Presidents’ Day to Columbus Day, there always seems to be a holiday to celebrate. But there’s only one day of the year specifically set apart to honor the women in our lives who are mothers. This May 14th, join together with your Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce to celebrate Mother’s Day, as we take a little extra time to show our appreciation for all the mothers across the Rio Grande Valley and the rest of nation. Mother’s day is a day of
At The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce, we understand how important holidays can be, especially one like Easter. These days of celebration offer the perfect opportunity for businesses and residents to not only bolster the local economy but to also enjoy celebratory activities and events throughout the community. The City of Mission has plenty of options for everyone looking to get out and have a little fun this upcoming week. Whether you want to get outside to enjoy some sun, or you prefer your Easter holiday indoors, the community of Mission is offering something for everyone. 2nd Annual Spring into
TxDOT submits $150 million recommendation for US 83/US 281 interchange project. Cities in Hidalgo County to benefit from this growth.
As a region grows, especially one that is developing as quickly as the Rio Grande Valley, the infrastructure that is in place has to grow and adapt to the changes. Weaknesses or issues which are not properly addressed can often have a negative impact on the local economy, or at the very least, they can slow down potential growth. This understanding of the need for improved transportation infrastructure, especially in the border region, is the main reason why earlier this month the Texas Transportation Commission submitted a recommendation for $150 million to be set aside for the US 83/US 281
Your Mission Chamber of Commerce has the pleasure of working for businesses of all sizes. Whether large or small, they each play an important role in our local economy. Part of what allows us to serve our small business members effectively is keeping up with the issues that directly affect them and similar businesses elsewhere. The following are a few topics that are affecting small business owners and which should be followed. 1.The Executive Order on Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Cost This move by the current administration is aimed at helping simplify the complexity and costs that come with