Scott Norton, TexAmericas Center

January 25, 2022 00:36:05
Scott Norton, TexAmericas Center
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Scott Norton, TexAmericas Center
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Show Notes

As executive director and CEO of TexAmericas Center, Scott Norton oversees one of the Texarkana region's most important economic assets.

That proved true last week, when the Gazette broke the news that an ammunition plant employing 400 people will soon begin operations at the Center.

It was the perfect opportunity to catch up with Scott about some recent developments at TexAmericas Center, and what the future holds there.

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