City to City

O'Brien, George
December 2010
BusinessWest;12/6/2010, p6
The article focuses on the City to City program of Greater Springfield in Massachusetts. It states that the 40 member group, consisting of business and civic leaders from Greater Springfield, will travel from city to city taking ideas to benefit Springfield, Massachusetts. Furthermore, it mentions that the program is centered on taking ideas about economic development, generating business diversity, and downtown revitalization.


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