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  • 2/10/2020

    ‘Getting Neighborly’ in Fairview, Texas Podcast Now Live

    POD-CAST-THUMB-NAIL-IMAGE-FINAL.jpg“Getting Neighborly,” the new podcast featuring Fairview, Texas residents who are making differences in their community and beyond, is now live, with the first two episodes available.
     
    Introducing Eric Hoyle, ‘Getting Neighborly’ Podcast Host
    Before you listen, though, please take a moment to meet our podcast host, Eric Hoyle. Eric knows Fairview and its people, having called our community his work home for more than 14 years. Now the community events director at Heritage Ranch Golf and Country Club, he also represents Heritage Ranch as an active member of the Allen/Fairview Chamber of Commerce.
     
    Many local residents know Eric as the PA voice of the Lovejoy Independent School District boys’ and girls’ basketball teams, a role he has held since 2009 after impressing Lovejoy football fans with his halftime show announcing.
     
    Or perhaps they have seen him in action as the master of ceremonies for the Allen Community Outreach gala, the auctioneer for the Chamber gala or the chair of fundraising for the Heritage Ranch Ranchers for the Cure Alzheimer’s Walk team.
     
    Thanks, Eric, for lending your friendly voice to “Getting Neighborly.”
     
    ‘Getting Neighborly’ Episode 1: Dave Quinn, Interim Community/Economic Development Manager, Fairview Economic Development Corporation
     
    Episode 1 of the new podcast features Dave Quinn CEcD, who brings a broad scope of valuable experience and measurable results to his position as interim manager of community/economic development for Fairview, Texas. A Certified Economic Development Professional, Dave is a member of Day One Experts and founder of The Solutionist: An Economic Development Mastermind.
     
    Prior to his current role in Fairview, he held executive economic development positions in the Texas cities of Levelland, Bastrop and Frisco. Dave has also served as chairman of the statewide economic development marketing association Team Texas, board member for the Texas Economic Development Council and chairman of the regional economic development marketing coalition High Ground of Texas.
     
    Known as a difference maker, Dave is a highly sought-after speaker and panelist at industry conferences on rural development, leadership, economic development, marketing and social media topics. 
     
    ‘Getting Neighborly’ Episode 2: Donald Braun, President, HALL Group
     
    In Episode 2 of our “Getting Neighborly” podcast, you will meet Donald Braun, president of the Dallas-based HALL Group, a private diversified investment company. With nearly 40 years of experience in all aspects of commercial real estate and real estate finance, Don oversees and directs the implementation of the company’s investment strategies and management of its core business operations.
     
    He has served as an executive board member for nonprofit organizations including The Real Estate Council (TREC), the North Texas Center for Technology, the Collin County Business Alliance, the Business Council for the Arts and the Fairview Economic Development Corporation (FEDC).
     
    Don brings to the FEDC table the unique perspective of both a highly experienced commercial real estate developer and a 20-year Fairview, Texas resident.
     
    Never Miss an Episode of Getting Neighborly Podcast
    If you or someone you know would like to be considered for a “Getting Neighborly” interview, please contact us. We’d love to help you increase your connections and grow your business.
     
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