Where Texas Meets Mexico – Brownsville, TX

Brownsville Are Code 956Nestled on the Rio Grande River, which serves as a natural border between the state of Texas and Mexico, Brownsville is the largest city in the Rio Grande Valley. With a metro population of 423,300 and by quadrupling the wealth of the city over 15 years, it is no surprise that this city is ranked in the top 100 of Job Growth by ForbesContinue reading

Baton Rouge, LA: Innovation with Blended Cultures and Industries

Baton Rouge 225 Area CodeLocated along the Mississippi River about 80 miles inland from the Gulf Coast, Baton Rouge is home to multiple prominent industries including public service, education, industrial, film, and medical. The second largest city in the state with an estimated population of 835,400, the “Red Stick” city has a unique history and takes great pride in its blend of cultures, great food, and festive lifestyle.  Continue reading

Breaking Good: The Real Albuquerque, New Mexico

ABQWhat does the TV show Breaking Bad, the University of New Mexico and some high-tech private companies have in common? Hint: it’s not the elaborate plot for the comeback of Walter White. Believe it or not, they all are located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the city of culture, education and technology. Continue reading