Regionalism Realized: Investment, Return, and the Growth of Our Region
To sustainably grow our regional economy, we must continue to focus on assisting our existing companies with issues restricting their growth, while marketing our regional assets to new industries searching for a new site. Today, more than ever before, quality of place is defined by infrastructure, human capital, and vibrancy. All three have to be nurtured to retain and attract people, jobs, and new investment.
The MetRock Now economic development campaign will capitalize on proven success by targeting economic, community, and talent development opportunities for regional growth. Over the next three years, with your help, we can empower our region to compete and win against better-funded economic development organizations like Nashville, Tulsa, Fort Worth, and Memphis. Together, we can build MetRock Now.
If your company would like to join in the momentum of the Little Rock regional economy, contact Paul Latture, VP of Economic Development, at 501.377.6006.
Ace Glass Construction Corp. Sol Alman Company Apartment Hunters Arkansas Mold and Water, Inc. Arvest Bank AT&T Baptist Health Caterpillar CDI Contractors, LLC Centennial Bank Jay Chesshir Clark Contractors Coldwell Banker Commercial Hathaway Group Comfort Systems USA Coulson Oil Company Delta Dental Deltic Timber East Harding Construction Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP Frost PLLC
Glass Erectors Goodwill Industries of Arkansas, Inc. Barbara Graves Russ Harrington Hickingbotham Investments, Inc. iBERIABANK The Janet Jones Company Kinco Constructors, LLC Mainstream Technologies McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. Hugh McDonald Middleton Inc. Nabholz PDC Companies Platinum Drywall Pulaski Technical College Regions Bank Martin M. Rhodes J.A. Riggs Tractor Company Simmons First National Bank