Hello AJ readers!
First off, happy holidays to all who celebrate. I hope you stay safe, happy and have a great time.
It has been another eventful year. We’ve seen businesses come and go, stories of hope and hints of better things to come. Lubbock is set to boom in business in 2023, and I’m honored to be able to help tell those stories for you, our readers.
Since this will be the last About Center column for 2022 and business tends to quiet down in December, I thought I’d take the time to thank everyone who makes my job a little easier.
Of course, thanks to our readers, who take time out of their day to read all of our reporting in AJ. Also, to the readers who sent me story ideas, thanks for making my job a little easier. And, to the readers who sent kind messages, you really made my day. Knowing that our reporting makes a difference and is valued means the world to any journalist, including me.
Another group to credit are my sources – Cathy Potter of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, South Plains Workforce Solutions, Kim Davis of NoMiss Communication and countless others who helped me with some of my best stories of the year. Without you, getting that story would have been much more difficult.
Finally, thank you to every business that spoke to me this year. I hope to work with you all again for happy news in the new year.
As always, thanks for reading and supporting AJ.
Alana Edgin is a reporter covering Business News in Lubbock and the surrounding area. Send her a news tip at email@example.com.
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