Global Site Location Industries (GSLI) a leading site selection and economic development consulting firm are pleased to announce its partnership with Cibola County of New Mexico. Cibola County is an exquisite area that provides scenic mountain ranges, national forests, and endless possibilities of outdoor recreation. With a focus of mining and forest restoration industries Cibola County offers an array of site selection opportunity. Through the lead generation partnership GSLI will help Cibola County execute their potential by building relationships with administrations of site location companies planning operation facility expansions.
“Cibola County was motivated to join and partner with GSLI to increase marketing of our county to industries throughout the nation. GSLI came highly recommended from multiple sources. We believe GSLI will help us promote the opportunities we have in our county and showcase our area as a great place to work, live, and grow business,” said Anna Larson, CFM of Cibola County. “We are looking forward to marketing our community and expanding our outreach to qualified industries”.
GSLI’s Elite and Lighthouse ED360 marketing programs will help Cibola County increase their pipeline of qualified expansion projects and straighten their business recruitment strategies through targeted email marketing outreach to industries of interest. GSLI will focus its efforts on targeted expansion projects and developing relationships with key decision-makers through aggressive outreach on Cibola County’s behalf.
“Cibola County is a great community filled with job opportunities,” said Eric Kleinsorge, CEO, and Chairman of GSLI. “I had the pleasure of meeting with Anna Larson, and personally tour the area. I was able to see first-hand what Cibola offers for companies and am excited to have our teams’ partner together in their job creation initiative”.
About Cibola County
Cibola County occupies approximately 4,539 square miles in the northwest region of New Mexico and is the state’s youngest county, established in 1981. It is bordered by McKinley County to the northwest, Sandoval County to the northeast, and Bernalillo and Valencia Counties to the east. Socorro and Catron counties border to the south, and Apache County (Arizona) to the west. The county is mostly rural and has one incorporated city, one incorporated village, and 20 localities; the city of Grants is the county seat. This county is home to four Native American tribes – the Pueblo of Acoma, the Pueblo of Laguna, the Pueblo of Zuni, and several chapters of the Navajo Nation.
About Global Site Location Industries, GSLI
Global Site Location Industries, LLC (formerly known as the World Economic Development Alliance) is a site location firm founded in 1994. GSLI has helped over 1,200 companies identify economic development professionals that could assist them with their site location decisions. We have over 75 site location expert offices nationwide. We use Project Qualification Team to conduct our initial interviews with companies to identify the viability of a project. The balance of our staff is customer service, project managers, production, web designers, and finance.