Industrial Park and Interactive Aquarium & Animal Preserve Developments to Trend at Summer Creek Biz
Industrial Park and Interactive Aquarium & Animal Preserve Developments to Trend at Summer Creek BizCom
Humble, TX— Developers and community leaders will give updates on local schools, projects, and community developments at the Summer Creek BizCom.
Business professionals and area residents are invited to hear announcements and advancements made on area developments during the Summer Creek BizCom at 11 a.m., Thursday, July 8 via Zoom. This event is free of charge for those who RSVP on LakeHouston.org.
Featured speakers and topics include:
Ian Adler, McCord Development -Generation Park, Marketing Director, to present information on Generation Park East, plans on an industrial park, a timeline of future development, and utilities.
Melissa Gonzalez, Lone Star College, President, to provide an introduction as the new president and introduce herself to the community.
Sebastian Griffin, Houston Interactive Aquarium & Animal Preserve, Human Resources-Public Relations, to present information on the new area development which offers an interactive experience for visitors to touch, feed, and learn about various animals.
Matthew Mahony, Summer Creek High School, Principal, to provide plans for the 2021-2022 school year and update the community on news and happenings at Summer Creek High School.
Reese McCall, PGA, Golf Club of Houston, General Manager, to provide an update on the Golf Club of Houston and plans for the future.
Gold sponsors Chick-fil-A Wilson/Beltway 8, H-E-B Summerwood, JLA Realty- Amanda Petree, K&S Sportswear, McCord Development- Generation Park and MD Anderson Cancer Center. Silver sponsors are PostNet – Summerwood and Shell Federal Credit Union.
To register, and for information about BizCom Groups in your community, visit or call (281) 446-2128.
ABOUT PARTNERSHIP LAKE HOUSTON:
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.