Find Real Estate Agents and Homes for Sale


Real Estate News --> Alabama News

Conference to assess Gulf Coast economic health starts Wednesday


MOBILE, Alabama -- An economic outlook conference featuring local and national experts discussing the Gulf Coast’s economic health is set for Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Mobile Marriott Riverview Ballroom in downtown Mobile.


Archived Story

Register now for free, or sign in with any of these services: You are signed in as Edit Public Profile Sign Out Favorite Schoolsexpand Favorite Teamsclose Subscribe The Birmingham News The Huntsville Times Press-Register Email newsletters Text alerts Alabama Change Region function getComscorekwValue() { var empty_placeholder = 'empty_placeholder'; comscorekw=empty_placeholder; return empty_placeholder; } function getToprailMenuContext() { return '; } comments Conference to assess Gulf Coast economic health starts Wednesday Print Dave Helms, Press-Register By Dave Helms, Press-Register Press-Register Follow on Twitter on July 31, 2012 at 8:36 AM, updated August 01, 2012 at 8:04 AM View/Post Comments if ( typeof image === 'undefined' ) var image = { "src": "" }; Advance.Gigya.fn.initMTGigyaShareBarTop = function() { Advance.Gigya.fn.buildGigyaShareBar({ 'div':'social_top', 'shareButtons':'twitter-tweet,facebook-like,googleplus-share,pinterest-pinit,reddit,email', 'layout':'vertical', 'showCounts':'top', 'title':'Conference to assess Gulf Coast economic health starts Wednesday', 'link':'http://blog.al.com/live/2012/07/conference_to_assess_gulf_coas.html', 'desc': 'MOBILE, Alabama -- An economic outlook conference featuring local and national experts discussing the Gulf Coast’s economic health is set for Wednesday from 9:30 a.mto 12:30 p.min the Mobile Marriott Riverview Ballroom in downtown Mobile', 'thumbnail': image.src }); }; Advance.Gigya.fn.initMTGigyaShareBarMobile = function() { Advance.Gigya.fn.buildGigyaShareBar({ 'div':'social_mobile', 'shareButtons':'twitter-tweet,facebook-like,googleplus-share,pinterest-pinit,reddit,email', 'layout':'horizontal', 'showCounts':'right', 'title':'Conference to assess Gulf Coast economic health starts Wednesday', 'link':'http://blog.al.com/live/2012/07/conference_to_assess_gulf_coas.html', 'desc': 'MOBILE, Alabama -- An economic outlook conference featuring local and national experts discussing the Gulf Coast’s economic health is set for Wednesday from 9:30 a.mto 12:30 p.min the Mobile Marriott Riverview Ballroom in downtown Mobile', 'thumbnail': image.src }); }; Advance.Gigya.fn.initMTGigyaShareBarBottom = function() { Advance.Gigya.fn.buildGigyaShareBar({ 'div':'social_bottom', 'shareButtons':'twitter-tweet,facebook-like,googleplus-share,pinterest-pinit,reddit,email', 'layout':'horizontal', 'showCounts':'right', 'title':'Conference to assess Gulf Coast economic health starts Wednesday', 'link':'http://blog.al.com/live/2012/07/conference_to_assess_gulf_coas.html', 'desc': 'MOBILE, Alabama -- An economic outlook conference featuring local and national experts discussing the Gulf Coast’s economic health is set for Wednesday from 9:30 a.mto 12:30 p.min the Mobile Marriott Riverview Ballroom in downtown Mobile', 'thumbnail': image.src }); }; if ( typeof Advance.Gigya !== 'undefined' && typeof gigya !== 'undefined' ) { if (document.documentElement.clientWidth > 1024) { Advance.Gigya.fn.initMTGigyaShareBarTop(); Advance.Gigya.fn.initMTGigyaShareBarBottom(); } if ((document.documentElement.clientWidth 600)) { Advance.Gigya.fn.initMTGigyaShareBarMobile(); Advance.Gigya.fn.initMTGigyaShareBarBottom(); } } The Mobile skyline is visible from the Mobile River(File photo)MOBILE, Alabama -- An economic outlook conference featuring local and national experts discussing the Gulf Coast’s economic health is set for Wednesday from 9:30 a.mto 12:30 p.min the Mobile Marriott Riverview Ballroom in downtown Mobile Coastal Economic Outlook V, sponsored by the USA Mitchell College of Business Center for Real Estate Studies, will offer facts and opinions to help explain the current events that drive local markets, according to organizers Four speakers will be featured at this year’s event Rayola Dougher, senior economic adviser for the American Petroleum Institute in Washington, D.C., will address the economic impact of Gulf drilling Marlon Cook, director of institutional regulation for the FDIC in Atlanta, will discuss the regional economy Tim Russell, chair of the Governor’s Commission on Home Affordability and Baldwin County’s probate judge, will relay the latest information on coastal property insurance, while DrDon Epley, director, USA Center for Real Estate Studies, will give his opinions of the coastal economy and real estate markets Marcina Lang of the USA Mitchell College of Business said the conference was organized shortly after the Center for Real Estate Studies was founded in 2006 Other conference organizers include the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce and Wilkins Miller Hieronymous, Certified Public Accountants For more information or to register, visit here View/Post Comments Related Stories if (pb_page_template == undefined) { var pb_page_template = 'article'; } if (pb_page_template != "index") { document.write('); } Most Read var most_read_day_range = parseInt(3); var most_read_story_count = parseInt(5) var most_read_add_query = "posts"; Active Discussions if (pb_page_template == "index") { document.write('); } else { document.write('); } Best of AL.com Entertainment: Movies, music, clubs and more What's the latest from Alabama Outdoors? Watch the latest AL.com videos /* */ resimg.sizecheck(); resimg.resimf(); About Us About Alabama Media Group Jobs at Alabama Media Group Advertise with us About AL.com Contact Us Online Store Customer Service Subscriber Services The Birmingham News The Huntsville Times Press-Register Place an ad Get home delivery Promote your event in our calendar Send us an email Submit a news tip Buy newspaper front pages, posters and more AL.com Sections News Business Sports High School Sports Entertainment Living Travel Opinion Obituaries Jobs Autos Real Estate Apartment Rentals Classifieds Shopping Good Deals Local Businesses Your Regional News Pages Anniston/Gadsden Birmingham Huntsville Mobile Montgomery Tuscaloosa Gulf Coast Beaches On the Go Mobile Apps | Tablet Apps More on AL.com Forums Videos Photos Interact with us Weather Post a job Post a free classified ad Sell your car Sell/rent your home Site Map & search Subscriptions The Birmingham News The Huntsville Times Press-Register Free newsletters Follow Us Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | Pinterest | Instagram Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy

Trending Alabama News:


  • Homes Damaged, Trees Toppled, Power Outages Reported As Hurricane Nate Makes Landfall
  • Virginia cemetery for Alabama Civil War dead to be dedicated
  • 2 critically injured in Selma shooting at GWC homes
  • LGBT families under attack: Alabama law would make it legal to stop same-sex couples from adopting
  • Building Your Championship Team
  • Report: Alabama also working on home-and-home with Big 12 powerhouse
  • Cool Spaces: Inspiring Alabama kitchens
  • Wetlands action called illegal
  • 'Survivor' contestant dies on Alabama railway
  • Why commercial real estate experts are watching north Birmingham
  • Birmingham PD investigates after child accidentally shoots himself
  • Fitch Upgrades Alabama State Port Auth's Docks Facilities Revs to 'A-'; Outlook Revised to Stable
  • ACREcon 2012
  • Golf industry huge for Alabama tourism
  • Alabaster man sentenced for impersonating FBI officer in SD
  • Fast-growing Birmingham real estate firm targets new state
  • Lee, lawyer and sister of "Mockingbird" author, dies at 103
  • Who Is Jeff Sessions? 12 Things You Need to Know About the Alabama Senator.
  • Amanda Howard and her team reach real estate's top with national award
  • Jim Kaplan named principal broker for Triad Properties' brokerage business in Huntsville