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GOACC Hosts Ribbon Cutting for 13Ten Business Solutions

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The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting for 13Ten Business Solutions on Tuesday, May 16, 2023.

13Ten Business Solutions specializes in strategy, performance, management, technology, and operations consulting with a focus on delivering bottom-line results They are a results-driven, operations-centric consulting organization that assists leaders with their organization’s critical operational issues.

Founder C T Knabusch has also written a book, Hope Is Not A Business Strategy: How To Take Control Of Your Business So It Won’t Take Control Of You, available on Amazon.

For more information, call them at 409.730.6258 or visit their website.

GOACC Holds Ribbon-Cutting for Just Us Too Salon

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The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce (GOACC) held a ribbon-cutting for Just Us Too Salon on Thursday, May 18, 2023, at 314 Henrietta St. in Orange.

Just Us Too Salon is a REDKEN ELITE salon. Their stylists undergo months of training before working with guests and enhance their skills by taking part in continuing education and mastering the latest trends.

At Just Us Salon, you will discover artists that take great care in answering your questions, match you with the best professional products and make sure you enjoy personalized styles and treatments. Every stylist is licensed and certified in the services they provide to their guests.

This is their second location, with the initial location in Vidor at 2020 N. Main St.¬† Owner Melody Rider has been in the business for more than 35 years utilizing the “Summit Salon” model that is performance-based to teach future service providers how to provide an exceptional guest experience and enhance their earning potential.

For more information, visit their website,  call them at (409) 790-0699, or visit their Facebook page.

 

 

GOACC Hosts Ribbon-Cutting for Sulzer Orange Service Center

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The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting with Sulzer to announce the expansion of their Electromechanical Service Center located at 8904 Tulane Road in Orange.

Sulzer’s Orange Service Center combines a comprehensive electromechanical workshop, experienced engineers, large testing capacity, and specialist rotating equipment services and operates as a reliable support to their community and customers.

Members of the community, Sulzer employees, and representatives from the City of Orange and the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce attended the ribbon cutting and open house to take tours of the Service Center and listen to discussions on topics ranging from energy efficiency to motor reliability and design.

For more info, visit their website.

Entergy Texas Breaks Ground on Orange County Advanced Power Station

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Pictured left to right: Public Utility Commission of Texas Commissioner Jimmy Glotfelty, PUCT Chairman Peter Lake, PUCT Commissioners: Kathleen Jackson and Lori Cobbs, Entergy Utility Operations Group President Rod West, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Entergy Texas President and CEO Eliecer Viamontes, Entergy Chairman and CEO Drew Marsh, and Entergy Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Pete Norgeot.

Entergy Texas executives, Texas Governor Greg Abbott, government officials, and community leaders gathered to celebrate a new chapter for reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy across Southeast Texas. Nearly 200 people attended a special groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the start of construction on the Orange County Advanced Power Station, a project underway next to Entergy Texas’ Sabine Power Plant in Orange. At full capacity, the combined-cycle power plant will be capable of producing 1,215 megawatts of electricity per year, which is enough to power 230,000 homes.

“This groundbreaking marks the start of an exciting opportunity to serve the growing demand across Southeast Texas,” said Eliecer Viamontes, president and CEO of Entergy Texas. “By investing in modern and fuel-efficient technology, we can meet the needs of our customers today while laying the foundation for future growth across our region.”

The construction of OCAPS will create nearly $1.8 billion in total economic activity in Southeast Texas, and result in more than 7,000 direct and indirect jobs.

“Facilities like the Orange County Advanced Power Station will ensure that reliable power is available in Southeast Texas for generations to come,” said Governor Abbott. “I want to thank the Orange County City Council and community leaders for all your hard work bringing such a great company to this wonderful city. And thank you to Entergy for continuing to invest in Texas and the great people of Orange. The new facility will be a Texas-sized investment in the future of Southeast Texas.”

The project will bring $1.8 billion in economic activity and more than 7,000 jobs to the community

A consortium of Mitsubishi Power Americas, Inc., Sargent & Lundy, and The Industrial Company will provide Entergy Texas with engineering, procurement, and construction services. The plant is expected to be in service by 2026.

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