These awards recognize individuals or entities that have participated in the economic development of the Hurst-Euless-Bedford district. The award was presented to Alexandra Frysinger, head of Public Relations and Marketing for NTE.
Robert Earley, the event’s presenter, noted the importance of cities’ infrastructure.
“It’s possible that our winner’s achievements will go unnoticed. And that happens because they’ve led the remodeling project for the airport highway. As you all know, it was a complex task of great magnitude. But I think we can all agree that the result was spectacular. Improvements to the highways have made HEB a better place to live, and it is putting the district in a better position to attract and retain businesses.”
“Roadway projects are just a part of the story because, in terms of services for the community, NTE isn’t pulling back. They’ve made significant contributions, including to the Food Bank in the Tarrant area, the March for Babies (a race benefiting the health of mothers and children) and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programs in the HEB and Birdville school districts. Last year, its employees also dedicated two days to volunteering with Meals on Wheels.”
Highlighting NTE’s service to the community.
Earley thanked the significant efforts helping and supporting the community’s growth when he announced that NTE would receive the 2018 award.