November 9, 2012 - GPEC Increases Offer from 50 to 100 California CEOs

The Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) recently launched a program called the California 50. In essence, we invited the first 50 qualified CEOs who contact us an exclusive, complimentary one-on-one tour of the Greater Phoenix region. The reason we did this was simple -- voters in California had just passed Proposition 30, which will not only increase the state sales tax by 0.25 percent, but also increases the personal income tax rate on incomes over $250,000.

Due to the tremendous response over such a short period of time, we've extended that offer to the first 100 CEOs who contact us with interest in learning more about the Greater Phoenix market.

Know a company or CEO that may be interested in participating? Forward details about our program and tell him/her to contact Barbara Miller at 602.262.8632 or for more information.

GPEC Expands Program to CA 100:
Early Success Drives Greater Phoenix to Expand 'California 50' Program

California 50 Press Release:
Greater Phoenix Launches Unique Program After California Passes $6 Billion Tax Initiative

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Sacramento-based KCRA's two-day, CEO tour in Greater Phoenix:

Part 1
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Part 3

News Coverage Highlights:

Silicon Valley Business Journal
San Francisco's ABC Affiliate
San Diego's ABC Affiliate
Phoenix's CBS Affiliate
Phoenix's FOX Affiliate
San Francisco Business Times
Phoenix Business Journal
Los Angeles Times
Yahoo! Finance





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