The Fun Factory Back 2 da Block Party

Irving- Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce News 11/22 12:26P (Anna
The Fun Factory, a non profit organization, was founded by Melani and Rocket Ismail. The Fun Factory was created 2018, to serve the needs of the young creative community through music, film/television, the arts, technology and entrepreneurship.

Local Latino Leaders Recognized With the 2021 Maestro Award

Irving- Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce News 11/22 11:05A (Anna
Latino Leaders Magazine has recognized five Dallas-Fort Worth-based executives with its 2021 Maestro Award, the publication’s highest distinction.

Texas Economic Development Leaders Meet With California Businesses

Irving- Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce News 11/22 10:26A (Anna
Business executives who met with Texas economic development leaders in California this week were eager to discuss the advantages of relocating to and expanding in the Lone Star State, said Robert Allen, President and CEO of the Texas Economic...

Giving Thanks for Better Health

Las Colinas BubbleLife iReporter 11/21 7:27P Bubble Life
How Gratitude For Your Health Can Improve Your Health Its the season of giving giving to our community and loved ones but also showing thanks for what we have. After almost two years living amid the...

Customize Your Black Friday with Global Threads

Las Colinas BubbleLife iReporter 11/19 1:04A GlobalThreadsLLC
The holidays are finally here and consumers can celebrate the fact that the biggest shopping day of the year is back! As small businesses continue to push through the challenges faced this past year...

Las Colinas Holiday Lights

Las Colinas News 11/16 10:00P Jessica Hubble
The holiday lights of Las Colinas are back and brighter than ever. The Las Colinas Association has installed over 250,000 individual lights and placed a herd of reindeer for residents and visitors to...

1600 Pounds Of Medication Collected During "Crush The Crisis" Event

Irving- Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce News 11/15 11:38A (Anna
Medical City Healthcare hospitals collected more than 1600 pounds of medications during its second “Crush the Crisis” Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 23. The events helped raise awareness about the dangers of opioid misuse and proper...
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