Energy Corridor District to Host EnergyFest in Spring of 201310/11/2012
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Gray & Associates Events, 713.931.9168
Energy Corridor District, 281.759.3800
Joint Press Release
Energy Corridor District to Host EnergyFest in Spring of 2013. Gray & Associates selected as Event Organizer.
Houston, TX – The Energy Corridor District selected Gray & Associates Events, the boutique event planning firm to plan and produce the inaugural “EnergyFest” street festival. “EnergyFest 2013: Explore the Corridor!” will take place in April of 2013.
“Gray & Associates Events was chosen to bring the Energy Corridor planning committee’s vision full circle with an ambitious event plan. They are located inside the 1,700 acre municipal management district offering a natural fit for the project,” says Clark Martinson, General Manager for the Energy Corridor District.
“I’m really excited to be the event planner for this project,” says Shaun Gray, Gray & Associates Events owner, “Anytime I’m afforded the opportunity to showcase great things happening inside our community, it’s always cause for celebration.”
The event is tentatively scheduled to take place on a Saturday afternoon in April of 2013. Exhibits will be set up along Eldridge Parkway between Memorial Drive and Briar Forest Drive. This community event will be free to the public. No more details are available at this time, but if you are a Houston-area business, who would like to sponsor a portion of the event, contact Rachael Weaver at 281-759-3800, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Gray & Associates Events
Gray & Associates Events is a boutique wedding and event planning firm located in the Energy Corridor. It was started in 2011. Shaun Gray, the owner, has years of experience planning weddings, press events, fundraising galas, and social celebrations.
About The Energy Corridor District
Created in 2001 by the Texas Legislature, The Energy Corridor District (Harris County Improvement District #4) works to enhance the community’s quality of life and sense of place by implementing mobility, public safety, and streetscape and business development initiatives. The Energy Corridor District consists of over 1700 acres that extend along both sides of Interstate 10 from Kirkwood to west of Barker Cypress and along Eldridge Parkway from north of IH-10 to south of Briar Forest.