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The Port of Corpus Christi, since its inception in 1922 and the aftermath of a devastating hurricane that decimated the area, has been an integral part of South Texas and the Coastal Bend’s identity as a key economic engine. Over 100 years, the port has grown from humble beginnings to become the nation’s No. 1 gateway for outgoing, U.S.-born crude, the No. 2 gateway for liquefied natural gas exports and the largest port in the country in terms of total revenue tonnage. Chairman Charles W. Zahn Jr., duringWednesday, November 09, 2022
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — It may come at no or little surprise, but according to a national study, people are planning to do more online shopping this holiday season. 3NEWS spoke with local resident, Emmett Scott Perdue, who said that the allure of online shopping is due to accessibility. "It's more convenient and it's delivered right to your door," Perdue said. According to a study by Radial Incorporated, an eCommerce fulfillment center, 58-percent of consumers plan to increase online shopping this yearWednesday, October 19, 2022
CORPUS CHRISTI — On October 24, a new face will lead the United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce. Al Arreola Jr, the new president and CEO, was most recently the head of the South Texas Business Partnership in San Antonio since May 2014. “It feels like being back home,” Arreola said. “A lot of familiar faces a lot of friendly faces. I am a proud graduate on Texas A&M Corpus Christi in 2003.” He said things were much different back then when it came to jobs. “It was hard for anybody to find work,” heMonday, October 17, 2022
The United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announces the appointment of Al Arreola Jr., former President / CEO of the South Texas Business Partnership in San Antonio, TX. Arreola will formally begin work in his new position on October 24th. He succeeds John LaRue, who submitted his interest to retire earlier this year after serving three years as President/CEO. “After an extensive search, the United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce is pleased and excited to announce theFriday, October 14, 2022
The United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce board of directors announced the appointment of a new president and CEO. Al Arreola Jr., former president and CEO of the South Texas Business Partnership in San Antonio, will start his new role on Oct. 24. After an extensive search, Arreola will replace current president and CEO John LaRue, who submitted his interest to retire earlier this year, according to a news release.