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Savannah Tarbet

City Council Votes in Support of New Business Attraction

Approval ushers in the creation of 80 new full-time jobs

Today, the Amarillo City Council approved a Location Incentive Agreement presented by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation to support attracting Torkworx to Amarillo. This ratification comes after the approval by the Amarillo EDC Board of Directors on July 19, 2021. This final step in the approval process allows the Amarillo EDC to provide an incentive agreement to allow Torkworx to hire 80 new full-time employees over two years. 

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Savannah Tarbet

City Council Votes in Support of Local Business Expansion

Approval ushers in the creation of 50 new full-time jobs

Today, the Amarillo City Council approved a Location Incentive Agreement presented by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation to support the expansion of RCC Brass in Amarillo. This ratification comes after the approval by the Amarillo EDC Board of Directors on July 19, 2021. This final step in the approval process allows the Amarillo EDC to provide an incentive agreement that will allow RCC Brass to hire an additional 50 full-time employees over a five-year period. 

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Savannah Tarbet

City Council Votes in Support of Local Business Creation

Approval ushers in the creation of 100 new full-time jobs

Today, the Amarillo City Council approved a Location Incentive Agreement presented by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation to support North Heights Linen Service in Amarillo. This ratification comes after the approval by the Amarillo EDC Board of Directors on June 28, 2021. This final step in the approval process allows the Amarillo EDC to provide an incentive agreement that will allow North Heights Linen Service to hire 100 new full-time employees over a five-year period.

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Savannah Tarbet

City Council Votes in Support of American Quarter Horse Association Retention Incentive

The agreement ensures headquarters to remain in Amarillo for the next 10 years

Today, the Amarillo City Council approved a business retention incentive presented by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation (Amarillo EDC) to support the retention of the  American Quarter Horse Association’s International Headquarters in Amarillo, Texas. This ratification follows the approval of the Amarillo EDC Board of Directors on May 18, 2021.  

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Savannah Tarbet

Third Annual State of the Economy event to be held virtually

Event to launch on Amarillo EDC website on March 24

The Amarillo Economic Development Corporation (Amarillo EDC) announced that the organization’s annual State of the Economy event will take place virtually on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. The virtual event will be made available on the Amarillo EDC’s website at 9:00 A.M. on Wednesday, March 24, with a rerun of the event airing on Panhandle PBS at 7:30 P.M. on Thursday, March 25, 2021. The event will provide a brief update of Amarillo’s economic outlook and feature a keynote speech discussing macroeconomic issues and how they impact our community.

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Savannah Tarbet

City Council Votes in Support of Local Business Expansion

Approval ushers in the creation of 50 new jobs

Today, the Amarillo City Council approved a Location Incentive Agreement presented by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation (Amarillo EDC) to support the expansion of Micro Technologies, a part of MWI Animal Health, in Amarillo. This ratification comes after approval by the Amarillo EDC Board of Directors on September 21, 2020. This final step in the approval process allows the Amarillo EDC to provide an incentive agreement which will allow MWI Animal Health to hire an additional 50 full-time employees and expand its facility.

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Savannah Tarbet

Amarillo EDC Purchases 37.6 Acres of Land for Future Business Attraction Projects

The purchase will position Amarillo to be competitive in various industry sectors

Today, the Amarillo City Council approved a $4 million land purchase made by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation (Amarillo EDC). This ratification follows the approval of the Amarillo EDC Board of Directors meeting on July 20, 2020. The purchase is for 37.6 acres of property in the Point West Development located at Point West Parkway and Evans Drive.

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Inc. Magazine x Amarillo

Growth Powers Amarillo's Economic Engine

Relocating businesses find the growth opportunities, low taxes, and vibrant business community they want in West Texas.

"Whether you are looking at our low tax-rate environment, hard-working West Texas labor force, or the quality of life available to our citizens who live and work in the Amarillo area, we have it all."

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Savannah Tarbet

Amarillo EDC Recruits Film Studio to the Panhandle

Approval ushers in 40 new jobs to the area economy

Tuesday, the Amarillo City Council approved a Location Incentive Agreement presented by the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation (Amarillo EDC) to support the attraction of Sharpened Iron Studios to Amarillo. This ratification comes after approval by the Amarillo EDC Board of Directors on June 22, 2020. This final step in the approval process allows the Amarillo EDC to provide an incentive agreement which will allow Sharpened Iron Studios to initially hire 40 full time employees.

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Savannah Tarbet

Amarillo EDC Launches Amarillo Intern Experience

This initiative aims to show college-age interns what Amarillo has to offer

Today, the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation (EDC) announced the launch of its latest initiative, the Amarillo Intern Experience. The program aims to show college-age interns who are not from Amarillo what the city has to offer through community-based events. The official launch of the program follows last year’s pilot launch with a small number of businesses.

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