$30 Million Small Business Covid Relief Funding to be Trending Topic of Humble BizCom on September 2

August 20, 2020
Katie Haar
(281) 446-2128
$30 Million Small Business Covid Relief Funding to be Trending Topic of Humble BizCom on September 2
Humble, TX— Community leaders to deliver updates on small business financial relief, infrastructure projects, and community developments at Humble BizCom.
Business professionals and area residents are invited to join Partnership Lake Houston’s Humble BizCom at 11 a.m., Thursday, September 2 via Zoom. This event is free of charge for those who RSVP on LakeHouston.org.
Featured speakers and topics include:

  • Justin Kendrick, CEO of Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital to provide information on the Delta Variant of Covid-19, specifically how it is affecting the residents of Lake Houston Area

  • David Langenberg, Fire Chief for City of Humble Fire Department to share plans for Humble Fire Station No. 2 and addition of aerial fire truck to fleet

  • Kennedy Purser, Community Aide for Harris County Precinct 4 - Commissioner Jack Cagle to give guidance on the $30 million Covid relief fund supporting small businesses and micro-businesses in Harris County

  • Marcus Schulz, Athletic Coordinator & Head Football Coach of Humble High School to introduce himself as new head coach of 6A football team and forecast for the football season

  • Jason Stuebe, City Manager for the City of Humble to deliver updates on community developments

Presenting sponsors are Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital and Rosewood Funeral Homes and Cemetery-Humble. Gold sponsors are Chick-fil-a Wilson/Beltway 8, HEB Market at Northpark Dr. and McCord Development’s Generation Park. Silver sponsor is Inframark.
All area citizens, organizations, and other interested parties are invited to attend Partnership Lake Houston’s BizCom meetings. For more information about BizCom Groups in your community, visit LakeHouston.org or call (281) 446-2128.
Partnership Lake Houston is a 501c6 private, nonprofit chamber of commerce and economic development organization established in 1923. The Partnership works to help businesses and the economy grow in the northeast Harris County communities of Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita and Summer Creek.