On May 6, Texans throughout the state will head to the polls to vote on numerous local bond elections. The bond propositions that pass will result in numerous government contracting opportunities for all types of firms. Strategic Partnerships, Inc. (SPI) has produced a research report, the Texas Bond Package, which is of significant value to busy government contracting sales teams. Since 2007, the Texas Bond Package has been the most comprehensive source of Texas’ local government bond election information available. The Texas Bond Package includes the following:
- A list of every public entity that called a bond election along with the dollar amount, details on project information, and the election results
- A list of proposed upcoming bond elections under discussion for November 2017 and beyond, which will be delivered along with the bond election results
The report is available for purchase now for $125.
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Purchase both the November 2016 and May 2016 Texas Bond Packages at a discounted rate of $175.
The November 2016 Texas Bond Package, which includes information more than $4.8 billion in bond project funding, is still available at a discounted rate of $75.
If you have questions, need additional information, or would like to view a sample report page, contact Kirk Yoshida at 512-531-3927 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: The Texas Bond Package requires a major commitment on the part of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. to compile and update. It is highly valuable intellectual property. By purchasing the Texas Bond Package, you acknowledge that the information you are about to receive is covered by U.S. copyright law. Thus, distribution, reproduction, sharing, or otherwise giving access to any party outside of your organization, either in whole or in part, is prohibited. This includes posting the data to a public Internet site, list serve, or any other sharing mechanism. If you have any questions regarding these terms or the use of data from the Texas Bond Package, please contact Kirk Yoshida at 512-531-3927.