Support Provided By

City of Arlington

City of Grand Prairie

Crow Holdings Industrial

E Smith Realty Partners

Sutton, Frost and Cary LLP

Worthington National Bank




board of directorsBoard Meetings

The GSWIDA Board of Director meetings are open to all members, and member input is welcome. Members may speak at Board meetings on any agenda item and may also speak regarding items not listed on the agenda during “Member Comments” by completing and submitting a speaker request through the Association Secretary.

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crime watchBusiness Crime Watch

As a business owner, crime is always a concern. The GSW Business Crime Watch Program is a key tool for our community through Education, Awareness, Communication and Participation. This is the chance to join your neighbors in helping prevent crime.

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Breakfast and After Hours VIP ToursBreakfast and After Hours VIP Tours

In response to the members’ voice, we are holding quarterly breakfasts and 4pm after hours in 2015, on the 3rd Tuesday. Our goal is for all 8 of these events to be held at a GSWIDA business and include a VIP tour. They will also include discussion of any updates about the I30-360 interchange and the GSW Golf Club.

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luncheonEducational Power Luncheons

Our luncheons are casual, informative meetings that offer valuable networking opportunities and create an educational forum of trends, which will directly impact your business and the GSW Industrial Park.

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railroad crossingInfrastructure & Public Relations

The GSW Industrial Park has long and great history and is a prime location in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex; however, our industrial park is a mixture of both old and new.

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golf tournamentGolf Tournaments

Past golf tournaments raised funds for local charitable organizations in our industrial park and allowed for a fun, informal opportunity to network with fellow business owners in the Park.

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Light up the GSW Industrial ParkLight Up GSW

The vast majority of building owners and tenants has poorly lit facilities which can welcome vandals. By keeping our facilities dark, thieves can take their time vandalizing a warehouse as patrol officers cannot see them and there are no shadows to cause the thieves concern.

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The Association newsletter serves as a key communication tool of the organization to circulate information to our members, and serves to bond all our industrial park members together into a family unit by keeping our members informed.

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Business-to-Business WebsitePurchasing Power

After a year of coordinating and organizing, the Association will soon launch a new Business-to-Business Member Program to “Support” the GSW Industrial Park. We are very excited as this program will meet two important goals of the Board.

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