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State of the Military: Businesses and Communities are the Foundation for Soldier Readiness The Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce will host the 2018 State of the Military on August 21st, at the Centennial Banquet and Conference Center. Fort Bliss will have a static display showcase beginning at 10am and the program will begin at 11:30am. The State of the Military event serves as an opportunity for the community and business leaders to connect with our soldiers. Soldier readiness not only happens on training grounds, but at home with families and the community. The State of the Military serves as a way to reaffirm our commitment and the community’s relationship with the military. We recognize the impact Fort Bliss has in our region, contributing over $24 billion to the regional economy, and producing a highly skilled workforce. The Chamber is committed to Fort Bliss and the region’s other installations and will do our part to help create more job opportunities for military spouses and retiring service members and make improvements to the quality of life for our soldiers. The Chamber believes this event is a showcase for businesses and individual members to capitalize on the presence of Fort Bliss and to highlight support of our military community.
This year's title sponsor is Workforce Solutions Borderplex.
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