El Paso Chamber of Commerce President Richard Dayoub expressed hope and reservations about the Borderplex Alliance’s new strategic plan, in this story in the El Paso Inc.
“I hope what’s different this time is that so many of the stakeholders in our region have accepted that reality and have said to themselves in some form or other: If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got,” Dayoub said.
Until El Paso gets some of its own momentum, the other players in the region will think we’re leeches, eager to share their wealth. It seems like all we’re offering is administration. That’s a tough sell.