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Phase II will result in an additional $12 million capital investment and create three to five additional jobs with an average salary of $66,000, according to the release from Jennifer Hetzel, who is with the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and KEDC.
“This celebration is a great reflection of the amazing people and business in our community,” Jennifer Hetzel, director of research for the chamber, said. “We are very proud of the wonderful things our members are accomplishing in the Greater Killeen area, and the things they’re helping us accomplish.”
Military Times evaluated 599 places, as designated by the U.S. Census Bureau, dividing them into 282 small cities with populations of fewer than 100,000; 234 medium-sized cities with populations between 100,000-250,000; and 83 large cities with populations of 250,000 or more.
KILLEEN, TX (KXXV) - The City of Killeen was rated on the nation’s safest cities to drive in. Allstate recently released their annual Best-Drivers-Report and it puts Killeen in the top 100 safest cities for drivers in the country.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce has extended the registration period for the Leadership Killeen training course, which is scheduled to begin Sept. 19. Participants will attend class one day each month at various hosted locations.
Nearly 50 vendors treated their guests with samples of their food under the roof of the Killeen Civic and Conference Center and gave them a glimpse into what their menu has to offer.
Calling all food lovers, you can taste the best food Central Texas has to offer at the 10th Annual Flavors of Central Texas. Not only will restaurants be featured, catering companies, bakeris and other food enterprises will also be handing out samples of their delicious food. To celebrate 10 years Central Texas Escape Rooms will have an escape room onsite for people to have fun with.
KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) The 10th annual Flavors of Central Texas event is happening at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center Tuesday. For the 10th year, organizers have planned additional fun for the whole family. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the event will run until 8:30 p..m. The Killeen Chamber of Commerce is bringing more than 45 Central Texas restaurants, caterers and bakers together under one roof.
“Flavors of Central Texas is a chance to sample over 48 different restaurants, caterers and bakers under one roof,” said Jasmine Suino, investor services program manager for the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce.
Jasmine Suino, Investor Services Program Manager, and Rebekah Moon bring food to News 25 and share all of the great things that people can expect by attending the 10th Annual Flavors of Central Texas!