BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (WVVA)- Intuit and Alorica setting up shop in Bluefield is continuing to build an atmosphere of hope and success across the region, and business leaders want you to take advantage of it.
The Community and Economic Development Department is hosting ‘The Intuit/Aloria Effect on Thursday, November 7, led by Diane Lupke, President of Diane Lupke & Associates, Inc.
Business owners and key decision makers across the region are encouraged to attend the event, to learn more about how to take advantage of having Intuit and Alorica in the area, to help the Bluefield economy continue to boom.
“The sun seems brighter in Bluefield,” said Jim Spencer, Community and Economic Development Director for the City of Bluefield. “Intuit and Alorica have brought hope and a feeling that we can accomplish things, that work hard and dedication to a business pays off. There’s a lot of interest in Bluefield.”
The event is free and will be held from 6-8 p.m., at the Bluefield Arts Center on the Third Floor Gallery.