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New Video Features Showcase the Brazos Valley

A trio of videos are helping spotlight what makes doing business and living in the Brazos Valley great.
 
Since March, College Station-based Texas FilmWorks (TXFW) has been working on the features, which will be integrated into company recruitment and marketing efforts by the Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation. Each video has a specific focus on the advantages “The Hub of the Texas Triangle” provides businesses and employees.
 
Location: The Brazos Valley is a fast-growing metropolitan area, thanks in large part to one of the premier research institutions in the world, Texas A&M University. It is positioned in the middle of four major metro areas. Within a three-hour drive time is 70 percent of the state’s population.
 
 
 
Talent and Workforce: In addition to world-class research, A&M, the A&M System’s RELLIS Campus, the Blinn College District, and the College Station and Bryan Independent School Districts are educating and training uniquely qualified employees across a wide array of disciplines.
 
 
 
Quality of Life: No matter their stage in life, the Brazos Valley offers its residents a high standard of living and a vibrant, caring culture.
 
 
 

“We are immensely grateful to the Texas FilmWorks team for their outstanding efforts showcasing the Brazos Valley,” said BVEDC President/CEO Matt Prochaska. “We are privileged to have such world class talent in our region. Working with TXFW has been a pleasure, and what they have produced will help show the world what we know all-too-well here: this is a premier location to launch, grow and locate a business and employ people.”
 
 
TXFW is the full-scale film production arm of TexAgs, the popular online community also known widely for its coverage of A&M Athletics. Created in 2016, TXFW provides film and video production, live streaming, and content and marketing strategy services. The group’s portfolio includes work with A&M, the Association of Former Students (A&M’s alumni group), the George & Barbara Bush Foundation, Yeti, Whole Foods, NAPA and the WNBA, along with the Brazos Valley’s United Way and Habitat for Humanity organizations.
 
"Working with the BVEDC to highlight our community has been such a rewarding project for our team,” said Andrew Kilzer, Executive Producer at Texas FilmWorks. “We love the Brazos Valley. The people, and the businesses in our community are what make this place special. The chance to showcase our home is one we really enjoyed working on with the BVEDC team."
 
The TXFW project continues the BVEDC’s commitment to utilizing video content to better underscore the Brazos Valley’s advantages. In early 2019, the marketing and communications team launched its “In the Brazos Valley” series, which features successful and growing local companies and why they chose this area to do business. Aspects of the community that make the quality of life great and individual testimonials about why the region is best for business are also featured.