The West Texas Food Bank and Permian Strategic Partnership have teamed up to encourage people to fill out their census forms.
To help meet this demand, the Food Bank has relied on community members and corporate leaders to step up financially. Even if you don’t have the financial ability to contribute, there’s another simple way you can help the Food Bank: Fill out the 2020 Census.
The New Mexico Department of Agriculture and the Permian Strategic Partnership welcomed a deadline extension to Oct. 31 of the 2020 Census.
A federal grant of nearly $37,000 reimbursing expenses by the Carlsbad Police Department related to preventing the spread of COVID-19 was approved by Carlsbad City Council. The Permian Strategic Partnership provided assistance to the City of Carlsbad through project review, editing and packaging the grant application.
Carlsbad City Council has approved a grant from the Department of Justice which will allow the Carlsbad Police Department to be reimbursed for $36,914 in expenses related to preventing the spread of coronavirus.
The 2020 census is well underway but results aren’t coming in like officials hoped. Hear from Tracee Bentley, CEO and President of the Permian Strategic Partnership who spearheads The Permian Counts campaign, about the importance of being counted for this particular census.
These are difficult days – for our families, businesses and communities – all of which are feeling the impacts from multiple global threats at once.
Numbers in the Basin are low compared to the average yet, The Permian Counts continues to push residents of the Basin to fill out the Census. “There’s never been a more important time, or region for that matter, for us to fill it out,” says Tracee Bentley.
The suspension of field operations by the United States Census Bureau in response to COVID-19 coronavirus has left nearly 18 percent of New Mexico without the ability to easily participate in the 2020 Census, according to a state group coordinating with the federal Census officials.
These are difficult days – for our families, businesses and communities – all of which are feeling the impacts from multiple global threats at once. The threat to our personal health from the COVID-19 pandemic is taking its toll around the globe, while we absorb the threat to our economic health caused by market uncertainty […]
Texas 2036 Founder and Chairman Tom Luce talks with Tracee Bentley, President and CEO of the Permian Strategic Partnership in Midland, as well as a Texas 2036 Board member. They discuss how COVID-19 and energy market conditions are impacting West Texas, touching on issues ranging from the economy and health to education and the digital […]
The Permian Basin is a very big place. A vast expanse encompassing most of West Texas and the Southeastern quadrant of New Mexico, the region is roughly the size of the entire state of Utah. Like Utah, most of the Permian is characterized by arid, sparsely populated desert country. Over the last five years, the […]
On this episode of the Permian Perspective Podcast, host Krista Escamilla sits down with Tracee Bentley to discuss The Permian Counts, a new Census education campaign.
COVID-19 did not stop the Permian Strategic Partnership’s (PSP) “The Permian Counts” educational campaign to create awareness and participation in the 2020 Census.
The Permian Strategic Partnership isn’t going anywhere. That is what PSP Executive Director Tracee Bentley stated in an email response to the Reporter-Telegram about the impact of falling oil prices on the partnership.
The Permian Strategic Partnership has launched The Permian Counts census campaign to encourage Permian Basin residents to participate in this year’s census.
The Permian Strategic Partnership begins ‘The Permian Counts’ campaign to steer people in the Basin to participate in the 2020 Census. The program is to help educate and raise awareness of the census.
The Permian Strategic Partnership announced Tuesday the launch of The Permian Counts, an educational campaign to maximize awareness and participation in the 2020 census by residents of the Permian Basin in Texas and New Mexico.
Midland Mayor Patrick Payton welcomed the Texas Economic Development Corp.’s Regional Business Summit to Midland on Monday, saying it was proper that the summit should take place in the heart of the state’s economic engine.
Governor Greg Abbott today participated in a fireside chat hosted by the Texas Economic Development Corporation (TxEDC) at their Regional Business Summit in Midland. The Governor discussed the welcoming business climate in Texas, as well as the growing economic diversity and development of the Permian Basin.