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Big Spring Economic Development Corporation

Mark Willis, CEcD, MBA

Executive Director

215 W. 3rd Street
Big Spring, Texas 79720
Phone : 432-264-6032
Toll-free : N/A
Fax : 432-264-6047
Email : markwillis@bigspringtx.com
Website : http://www.BigSpringTX.com

Targeted Industries

•   Aerospace & Defense
•   Alternative Energy & Fuels
•   Back Office/Call Centers/Data Centers
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution
•   Manufacturing
•   Metals
•   Plastics
•   Retail

About Big Spring Economic Development Corporation

Big Spring, The county seat of Howard County, is at the intersection of Interstate Highway 20, U.S. highway 87, State Highway 350, Farm Road 700, and the Union Pacific rail line in Howard County. The city is in a rocky gorge between two high foothills of the Caprock escarpment in West Texas. The northern limit of the Edwards Plateau and the southernmost hills of the Cap rock converge in Big Spring. It derives its name from the nearby "big spring" in Sulphur Draw, which was a watering place for coyotes, wolves, and herds of buffalo, antelope, and mustangs; the spring was a source of conflict between Comanche and Shawnee Indians and a campsite used by early expeditions across West Texas. Signal Mountain, ten miles southeast of Big Spring, was a landmark used by early cattlemen.

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