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Just minutes from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the Granbury and Hood County Microplex, is earning national recognitions; Top Historic Small Town in the U.S. by USA Today, Best Place to Retire by Investment U, Top 5 of Fourth of July Celebrations in the Nation, and is a “Film Friendly Texas Certified” Community. In fact, Hood County was the ninth fastest growing County in the country, by percentage growth.

Granbury and Hood County, provide a wealth of opportunities, an atmosphere for development and expansion, and leadership that supports a strong, yet balanced, economic development initiative. An advocate for organizations relocating to Granbury or Hood County, the Granbury Chamber of Commerce helps navigate by establishing opportune relationships, ensuring a smooth transition.  The strength of our small business community demonstrates the community’s loyalty to their neighbors. Whether on the Historic Granbury Square, on the Highway 377 corridor, or further out in Hood County, small business is a vital piece of our economic strength.

It has been said that if you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. United Cooperative Services has for many years had the good fortune to share a mutual interest in Granbury and Hood County with other community leaders brought together through the Granbury Chamber of Commerce.

Our enduring relationship with the chamber has only reinforced our belief that good chambers of commerce demonstrate an ability to build community relationships, visibility, connections, promotion and partnerships—attributes that have always been deemed essential for creating a community economic environment that supports existing business, as well as attracting new ones.

The Granbury Chamber of Commerce does all those things well as one of our community’s greatest champions. We look forward to our continuing partnership,  and to new possibilities that come with the chamber’s ready invitation to newcomers that there is no better place than Granbury in which to grow.

Mauri Montgomery, VP | Media and Community Relations


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