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Her willingness to help and share, to point out new opportunities and selflessly suggest new avenues for exploration by others in the field...well, that just sets her apart from the others. It is one thing to excel. It is another to share the passion and opportunities with others. Sarah is a true professional and more than worthy of recognition of excellence.Beth Nobles, Texas Mountain Trail Region
Burnet County Commissioners were so impressed with the Economic Impact Analyses Sarah Page assisted local event coordinators with in 2010, that they opted to request an EIA from event coordinators in the future. Event applicants who indicated they’d execute an EIA for their event got higher consideration for funding because the EIA helps justify the county’s efforts to appropriately award hotel occupancy tax.Teri Freitag, Tourism Director/PIO with Burnet County, Texas
I would like to take the time to express my gratitude and commendation to Sarah Page for her excellence, professionalism and knowledge in the Economic Impact Analysis industry. Even though our event was the first of many, she was able to help our team understand the importance of event spending and the impact of those dollars cycling into our community.Kristin Brown, City of Round Rock Special Event Coordinator