Join us for the 2024 Intercity Visit!

Do you want to be in the room where it happens? This is your chance! The Greensboro Chamber Intercity Visit is the place to be when ideas that change our community begin. Over the years, projects such as the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite, the Guilford County Schools Career Academies, and Accelerate Greensboro, the Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator, were explored and developed at visits to Birmingham, Chattanooga, Columbus, and Louisville.

Pick your city: San Antonio or Nashville!

For 2024, we’re doing something a little different. After extensive research, we’re down to two possible cities. Both have incredible things for us to learn. So we’re looking for feedback! Below we’ve detailed a little about each city, the differences in price and length of stay, and a few things we think could factor in your decision.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve been on the last four trips or you are interested in joining us for the first time, we want to hear from you. Click any of the buttons on this page to fill out the survey and interest form by September 5.

Choose Your City: San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio is a city with a rich manufacturing heritage. Combined with a newly designated R1 university, UT San Antonio, which is also an Innovation and Economic Prosperity (IEP) University as well as a Hispanic Serving Institution, San Antonio has some interesting parallels to the Triad’s growth. The Alamo Chapter of Texas FAME creates a strong talent pipeline throughout the city. Port San Antonio is a 1,900-acre platform just southwest of downtown San Antonio is home to leading global industries: Aerospace, Defense, Global Logistics, Manufacturing, Cybersecurity and Education with 80 tenant customers employing 18,000 people on a unique air-, rail- and highway-served property.

Things to note:

  • The average temperature in April is 81.
  • Content could span 2 – 3 nights. 2 nights would cost between $1,600-$1,800. 3 nights would cost between $1,800-$2,000.
  • The San Antonio Riverwalk and The Alamo are the best known tourist destinations. Hispanic influence is evident throughout their best known food.

Choose Your City: Nashville, Tennessee

Partnership 2030 is the Nashville region’s public/private economic development initiative responsible for the creation of jobs and capital investments, talent development, and enhanced quality of life. Conversations surrounding transit, workforce development, and career and technical education will be the main focus. Nashville is also home to 17 colleges and universities along with an R1 institution (Vanderbilt). There is also a FAME campus a 45-minute drive north into Kentucky.

Things to note:

  • In early April, the average high in Nashville is 68-70 degrees.
  • Content could span 2 – 3 nights. 2 nights would cost between $1,600-$1,800. 3 nights would cost between $1,800-$2,000.
  • Nashville is best known for Hot Chicken and country music. If you don’t have boots, we recommend staring your shopping now.

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