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Estancia Valley Economic Development Association

The Estancia Valley Economic Development Association (EVEDA) is the region’s liaison to support your business needs. Since 2001, EVEDA has been instrumental in bringing hundreds of new jobs to the valley, which will result in millions of dollars of economic impact.

We stand ready to help your company soar!

As a membership-based organization, EVEDA’s goal is to support the development of a rewarding quality of life in the valley while reinforcing the unique characteristics of our communities through building jobs that will generate disposable income and tax revenue. Growth and economic development, through infrastructure, education and jobs, will enable present and future generations prosper and soar in our valley.

Working in close partnership with local, state, and regional organizations as well as local businesses, realtors, developers, large landowners and financial institutions, EVEDA facilitates economic development by actively recruiting new businesses and assists in the retention of existing businesses in the Estancia Valley.

EVEDA also provides support to new and expanding businesses by introducing them to state and other incentive programs such as tax initiatives, training programs, and much more.

EVEDA is one of the top economic development organizations in New Mexico and is the recipient of numerous awards recognizing our commitment to our business and our region. Myra Pancrazio was awarded the 2014 Economic Developer of the Year.

EVEDA invites you to contact our Executive Director, Myra Pancrazio, at (505) 832-5428 or (505) 252-0252, e-mail director@evedanm.com for more information.

EVEDA Membership Board and Officers

OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE BOARD

Betty Cabber – Chairman (Torrance County Assessor)

Dave Tixier – Vice Chairman (Magnum Steel Buildings)

Steve Jones – Secretary (NM Magistrate Judge Pro-tem)

Bill Williams – Treasurer (Past Torrance County Commissioner)

Steve Anaya – Exec. Officer (Council – Moriarty)

Jim Frost – Exec. Officer (Torrance County Commissioner)

Sherry Abraham – Exec. Officer (Council – Edgewood)

Ronnie Reynolds- Exec. Officer (EMW Gas)

Morrow Hall – Exec. Officer (Estancia)

Skip Pascoe-Exec. Officer (Magnum Land & Development)

Jerry Britton – Exec. Officer (Central NM Electric Cooperative)

Robert Anaya – Exec. Officer (Santa Fe County Commission)

INVESTORS

Torrance County

Santa Fe County

Town of Estancia

Town of Edgewood

City of Moriarty

Magnum Steel Buildings

Technology Ventures Corporation

US Bank

The Loan Fund

Brycon Construction

Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority

Central NM Electric Coop

Studio SW Architecture

Magnum Land & Bldg. Dev.

Bohannan Huston

Lobo Net

Valley Electric

EMW Gas

Plateau

Wells Fargo Bank

Klinger Constructors LLC

Bank of the West

Shops on 66

Sandia STP

Midwestern Construction, Inc.

Southwest Digital Solutions

MEMBERSHIP

Ruben Fragoso-NM Economic Dev. Dept.

Jason Marks – Legal Counsel

Gary Tonjes –Albuquerque. Economic. Dev

Dierdra Firth – City of ABQ

Richard Anklam – NM Tax Research Inst.

John Garcia- Home Builders Assoc.

United Way of Central

NM Mid Region Council of Governments

Village of Encino

Town of Mountainair

Alternative Buildings

SASS

Steve & Dolores Jones

Precision Solar

Sherman McCorkle

Rt. 66 Shopping Center

Daniels Insurance

Gary King

Packs Café

Best Self Storage

Wells Insurance

Max & Betty Cabber

KathyMcCormick

Sally Teasdale

Sierra Blanca Brewers

MAGS

Let us answer your questions about Estancia Valley