When I was Board Chair of Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce (now BBA), in 2005, we hired an economic development consultant.
He flew to town the night before our first meeting and stayed at the Tutwiler Hotel. While sitting at the bar that evening he engaged in conversation with one of our locals. Continue reading The Birmingham story we never expected to tell
Today’s guest blogger is Kevin Scarbinsky.
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It happened in Birmingham.
Bear Bryant and 315. Bo over the top. Van Tiffin and the kick and “It’s good!” “It’s good.” “It’s good!” “It’s good.”
It was good. It was very, very good. It was the Iron Bowl, and it was the heart of big-time sports in this city. Past tense. Continue reading Scarbinsky excited about B’ham sports
ComebackTown is published by David Sher to begin a discussion on a more prosperous Birmingham.
Today’s guest blogger is Terance Perine. If you’d like to be a guest blogger, please click here.
The new Protective BJCC-UAB Stadium is not being built for the common man or woman.
Everyone—including me–is excited about our new football stadium.
But we’re about to get it wrong—really wrong—and we need to act before it’s too late. Continue reading New football stadium not being built for common man