Arizona Centennial Calls on Arizona Leaders to Create Real Jobs

AZ (PRWEB) March 10, 2005

With Arizona’s high season for tourism, officials at the Arizona Centennial calling heads of state to create real jobs for the state? Future instead of relying on? Servitude? jobs that fueled the state? s economy over 50 years.

Arizona Centennial, a nonprofit organization, is responsible for overseeing all of the centennial celebrations of Arizona and activities worldwide. ? Arizona was the last state of the continent to celebrate a centenary -? Valentine s Day, 2012. There will not be another 47 years after the centenary of Arizona? S. A whole generation will pass before the next hundred years. It? Why Arizona? S may be the most historically significant of all the old United States? said Charlie Baumgartner, Executive Director.

? For over 50 years, Arizona? economy relied on spring baseball tournaments golf training, and in recent years show car, the Renaissance Festival and Blues Blast Mesa to buoy its economy? said the Arizona Centennial principal Richard C. Kelleher, MBA. ? These events create jobs that pay a little more than minimum wage? he said. ? With home prices at an average of more than $ 150 000, Arizona can no longer maintain a middle class family on minimum wage.

? Centennial Arizona called Arizona? leaders to attract industries and businesses that create real jobs, professional jobs,? Kelleher said. ? We have over a dozen institutions of higher education in Arizona graduated thousands of highly qualified professionals each year. Where are the jobs for these people? Will they be able to make drinks or making beds in resorts ???

Kelleher said at the end of the last century, the economic leaders in the Phoenix metropolitan area were pointing with pride to all the call centers set up by their efforts. ? These jobs were evaporated easement a decade later. On the whole, the leaders of Arizona? S are very short-sighted economic vision.

? It? why Arizona created the Arizona Centennial 100, a group of future leaders who will lead Arizona in its next 100 years? Kelleher said. ? We organize this group now. Our organization is also expected to give exposure to Arizona to events like the All Star Hockey Game in Glendale in 2006 and the Super Bowl, also in Glendale, 2008, p .??
Kelleher said the Arizona Centennial

is at the stage of the organization and celebration discussing plans with business leaders and government agencies statewide. For more information, contact arizonacentennial@yahoo.com.

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