Says Ron Sturgeon, “To make Haltom City thrive again, we must bring the businesses back.”
HALTOM CITY, TX, September 23, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Fifty years ago, Ron Sturgeon was a homeless and penniless teenager living in Haltom City who decided to start a business. Now a highly successful serial entrepreneur, author, and self-made millionaire, Sturgeon believes strongly in Haltom City and wants to see it return to its potential as a birthplace of success for others as it was for him.
According to Sturgeon, Haltom City desperately needs a plan to reverse the ongoing inner-city decline that has been going on for decades in the south and central areas. It also needs open-minded city council members who are dedicated to the issues at hand. Through the efforts of his MakeHaltomCityThriveAgain initiative, he’d like to see new council members elected over the next several years who will work to make Haltom City “the friendliest city in Tarrant County for small businesses” and will focus on revitalization of declining areas. The hope is “To bring back the prosperity and opportunity once enjoyed in these areas, which can be a very real and lasting legacy for everyone in Haltom City.”
Sturgeon is committed to this issue and is looking for like-minded individuals to join him in this collaborative effort. If you live or work in Haltom City, you have a vested interest in a brighter future for yourself, your children, and your community. Says Ron, “I don’t need your money. I need your support. Let’s work together to make the city thrive again by bringing back prosperity, products, services and jobs. Let’s find leadership that’s pro-business to bring back all the businesses that have left and make it easy for all the new ones we want! Please contact me at [email protected] and let’s get to work.”
About Make Haltom City Thrive Again
The Make Haltom City Thrive Again website offers information and resources about its purpose and goals. For more on Sturgeon’s personal ideas and background, check out his book Keeping the Lights on Downtown in America’s Small Cities and watch the videos on his Facebook page. Ron is also the founder of the Haltom United Business Alliance (HUBA) which represents existing business interests in Haltom City and promotes growth of diverse businesses as well. HUBA is not a political action committee and does not endorse candidates. If/when Ron endorses candidates, he will do so on his own with the Make Haltom City Thrive Again organization.
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