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Historical group, trail and sanctuary in line for nearly $500K

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - The Belden Trail, Brownsville Historical Association and Sabal Palm Sanctuary are getting some help from the Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation in the form of a $449,618 capital improvement grant.

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Nearly Half a Million Dollars Approved for Capital Projects in Brownsville, Texas by the Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation Board of Directors.

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - The Board of Directors of Brownsville's "type b" economic development corporation, the Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation (BCIC), approved nearly half a million dollars for capital projects in Brownsville, Texas that will ultimately enhance the city's quality of life and improve current tourism assets. Read More…

In Pictures: Tourism VIPs from Mexico visit Brownsville

BROWNSVILLE, Texas – Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation recently invited professionals in the tourism industry from the interior of Mexico to visit their city.

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Mexican Tour Guides Looking To Setup Business In Brownsville

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - It’s a unique look at when tour experts become tourists. The tour lasts several days… all conducted in Spanish. Visitors from 5 Mexican Cities: Monterrey, Torreon, Madero, Cd. Victoria, and Tampico, visit the City of Brownsville. Their goal, establish tour routes in this American city. Read More…

BCIC aims to improve tourism relationship with Mexico

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - The "Discover Brownsville" campaign is what initially peaked the interest of tourism representatives from five Mexican cities…

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City representatives from Mexico tour Brownsville

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - Through the Discover Brownsville campaign, several Mexican cities have expressed interest in expanding their tourism routes into Brownsville.

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Brownsville native relishes chance to make things better

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - Miriam Suarez almost went to business school. She’d been managing an affordable-housing property for a couple of years, and so business, it seemed to her, presented a sensible career path. But then she changed her mind.

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