Five Reasons to Move Your Business to Alamo

In the Lone Star State, there’s an old saying that goes, “Everything is bigger in Texas.” Land, population and appetites are abundant here. Texas is home to five of the fastest growing cities in the United States, and that growth is sending a ripple effect to South Texas, specifically Alamo. Contact the Alamo EDC if... read more

Phoebe Snetsinger: A Pioneer in Birdwatching

Taking up birdwatching as a hobby in the 1960s and making notable waves in the community by 1970, Phoebe Snetsinger’s love for these beautiful creatures evolved into a passion after she was diagnosed with melanoma in 1981. Given less than a year to live, birdwatching gave her a new lease on life. Defying her diagnosis,... read more

Energy Saving Tips for Alamo Businesses During the Summer

The most important rule about running a business is to make every dollar count. Learning how to save on electricity during the summer will have a positive impact on your bottom line and hard-earned money. The Alamo EDC is dedicated to helping small and established business save while they grow in our community. The Alamo... read more

Make a Splash for Your Business in Alamo this Summer

Learning to swim is one of the most rewarding experiences a person will go through in their youth. Living in an area susceptible to high levels of heat during summers can bring droves of people to the beach and public swimming pools. For those looking to learn the basics of swimming, the City of Alamo... read more

City of Alamo Honored with the “Playful City USA” Designation for the Sixth Time

The City of Alamo has been honored with a 2016 “Playful City USA” designation for the sixth time, cementing its place in the KaBOOM! Organization’s list of playful cities across the United States. The national recognition program, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, honors towns and cities across the country for making areas fun and... read more

Start Reducing Your Small Business Tax Bill in Alamo

Tax season has already come and gone, but implementing healthy financial habits will make the process of filing less burdensome next year. It’s something that small businesses don’t look forward to, especially if they haven’t prepared beforehand. An entrepreneur needs to be aware of which taxes to pay, how much will be paid and when... read more

Request for Qualifications for Legal Services

Alamo Economic Development Corporation Public Announcement Request for Qualifications for Legal Services The Alamo Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) is requesting statements of qualifications and related proposals for legal services.  AEDC is a 4B/Type B Corporation formed under the Texas Development Corporation Act of 1979, as amended. The purpose of the AEDC is to use economic... read more

Bird Watching Attractions and Bringing New Business Opportunities to Alamo

Summers in Texas are known for their humidity and heat. In the Rio Grande Valley, you might want to add a positive factor to that combo - birdwatching. With 14 miles of trails and 2,088 acres of biological diversity, the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge lives up to its name as the “Jewel of the... read more

A Few Watermelon Festival Hacks to Keep in Mind

May has finally arrived and that means plenty of things in Texas - watermelon eating, music festivals, hot weather, pool parties, drinking (responsibly, of course) and barbeques! As the Watermelon Festival draws near, we’re bringing you a handy little hack guide to be the best-prepared Watermelon Festival goer you can be! Take notes! And also,... read more

Learn Why Alamo’s Weather is Great for Your Business

There are many things to take into consideration before starting a small business. Is the idea good enough? Is it profitable? Can the market sustain the business? The one thing most entrepreneurs don’t take into account is, strangely, the weather. Winter weather can put a chill on profits and your bottom line. There’s a perfect... read more

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