Omicron, inflation, labor shortages, and supply chain disruptions have continued into 2022, and the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine has rattled global financial markets. What trends are on the horizon through 2022 for the economy?
Join the Temple Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Council for a briefing featuring Mark Vitner of Wells Fargo Securities, LLC. The virtual event takes place on Thursday, March 17, 2022, at 7:30 am.
Mark Vitner is a Managing Director and Senior Economist at Wells Fargo Securities, LLC, where he is responsible for tracking U.S. and regional economic trends. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, he also writes for the company’s Monthly Economic Outlook report and the Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary, provides regular updates on the housing markets, commercial real estate, regional economies, consumer spending, and issues impacting small business. His commentary has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and many other publications.
“Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has provided the first real shock to the global economy in 2022” notes Mark Vitner, managing director and senior economist at Wells Fargo Securities. “The invasion has rattled the financial markets, as the impact of strict sanctions on the Russian economy are being assessed. Supply chains will also likely be stressed further. The uncertain global situation complicates matters somewhat for the Fed, which would like to move more aggressively to contain inflation but will now have to assess a wider assortment of risks”.
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This event is educational in nature – no company specific products will be discussed.
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The Temple Chamber of Commerce is excited to present the 2022 Spirit of Santa Fe Trail, a self-guided craft beer and wine trail. The trail is an opportunity to celebrate the 11 participating craft breweries and wineries in Central Texas.
“Central Texas has a budding winery and brewery industry that offers something for everyone,” noted Rod Henry, Temple Chamber of Commerce President. “Our region produces traditional grape-based wine, mead wine, and fruit-based wines, craft beer, and more.”
This year’s trail participants spanning throughout the greater Temple area offer a variety of beverages for craft connoisseurs and casual tasters.
In fact, these Texas Craft Beverages are more than what is in the glass. According to the Texas Wine & Grape Grower’s Association, the economic impact of the wine and winegrape industry on the sate of Texas is more than $13.1 billion. And according to the Texas Comptroller’s office, craft breweries contributed $700 million to the gross state product in Texas in 2020. The economic impact of the industries provide agriculture preservation, jobs, generates taxes, and attracts tourism.
The Spirit of Santa Fe Trail is April 1-3, 2022. Trail tickets are $25 and are valid for one exclusive offer at each participating location over the trail dates. Purchase tickets online at centraltexastickets.com. Pick-up punch card for the trail from participating wineries, breweries, or the Chamber with proof of ticket purchase.
“The Spirit of Santa Fe Trail is a craft beverage lover’s dream,” continued Henry. “It is a wine trail, a beer trail, plus we have one distillery participating this year. It is a weekend adventure exploring some of Texas’ finest craft beverage makers throughout the greater Temple area.”
Participating brewery locations include Bold Republic Brewing Company, Fire Base Brewing Company, Red Caboose Brewery & Distillery, and Tanglefoot Brewing.
Participating winery locations include 3 Texans Winery & Vineyard, Axis Winery, Dancing Bee Winery, En Gedi Winery, Kissing Tree Vineyards, Moose & Goose Winery, and Red Caboose Winery & Vineyard.
Note that participating locations hours of operation vary - check locations for details.
Visit templechamber.com/spiritofsantafe for detailed information about the participating locations.
The Spirit of Santa Fe Trail is made possible by generous sponsors: City of Temple, Emerson Construction, KCEN Channel 6, Kasberg, Patrick & Associates, Ludwick, Montgomery & Stapp, P.C., McLane Company, and West, Webb, Albritton & Gentry, PC.