A new report shows Northwest Arkansas experienced some its best numbers when it came to the number of businesses established in the region.
Walmart and Tyson Foods are among the Northwest Arkansas companies leading in the response to help victims of Hurricane Florence and the flooding that continues to impact North Carolina and South Carolina.
Derek Burleson of Tyson Foods said teams from company plants started cooking hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken on Thursday, breaking a Tyson Foods’ first-day record at a natural disaster by providing food to 31,000 people. Tyson Foods will continue operating at its cook site on a Walmart parking lot in Fayetteville, N.C. through Sept. 29.
Videos do an amazing job of marketing Northwest Arkansas because seeing is believing when it comes to one of the fastest-growing regions in middle America.
That’s because many people outside the region don’t know about the rising quality of life, its increasing population, its excellent schools, and its expanding companies.
A new video, commissioned by the Northwest Arkansas Council, does a nice job of combining the region’s impressive amenities and outdoor venues with the statistics that tell the story of what’s happening in Northwest Arkansas. Produced by Cedric Fonvile’s company NICE NWA, it was shared widely this week on social media, and it remains on the website of Finding NWA.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art earlier today announced a major financial donation to advance the Momentary, a new contemporary arts venue that’s scheduled to open in early 2020.
The Northwest Arkansas Council, with support from the Walton Family Foundation, will solicit feedback later this month as part of a new initiative to enhance the region’s music ecosystem.