TENNESSEE VALLEY METRO PARTNERSHIP Booth 4598 Regional development organization provides site-location information and assistance and facilitates the site-selection process with its partners, the State of Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
What does TDECD stand for?
TDECD stands for Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development
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Samples in periodicals archive:
My friend, Regina Burns, president of Harvest Reapers Communications in Dallas, introduced me to Amy Bunton, director of the State of Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Existing Industry Services.
We've been fortunate to receive the cooperation and support of many state and local leaders including Governor Bredesen, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Matt Kisber, Mayor Herenton, Shelby County Mayor Wharton, and President and CEO of the Memphis Regional Chamber John Moore, and many others.
Representatives from FORTUNE and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development began working on the special section last year.