Port Freeport serves its customers and stakeholders through the development and marketing of competitive world-class navigational capabilities, technically advanced marine and multimodal terminal services and port-related industrial facilities, while achieving and creating jobs as a leading economic catalyst for the district and the Texas Gulf Coast.
  • 900 Vessel Calls Per year
  • 17.6 Million in Tonage in 2017
  • $46.2 Billion Direct, Indirect and Induced Jobs
Quarterly Membership Meeting

Thursday, January 31, 2019
11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Registration and Networking begin at 11:00 A.M.
Guest Speaker:
Col. Zetterstrom, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Click  HERE  to read bio
Economic Indicators:
Donald Payne, Jr., Brazosport College
Click  HERE  for October's Economic Indicato r
Members- $30
Prospective Members- $40
Table Sponsorship- $500

*$10 invoicing fee will be applied if payment is not made prior to 
or at the event.

*If you RSVP and do not attend, or do not send someone in your place you will still be invoiced for the cost of the lunch.
We need you to make a nomination for the
Business of the Quarter!
The Alliance wants to recognize businesses that have demonstrated a commitment to community service, business innovation and excellence, investment in employees, and business improvement and growth or simply because you think they are a great business! 
The following businesses have previously been awarded the honor of Business of the Quarter:
  • BASF Corporation
  • Central Brazoria County Business Park
  • Chevron Phillips Chemical Company
  • Kenjo's BBQ
  • Killum Pest Control
  • On The River/River Point Restaurants & Catering
  • Port Freeport
  • Vernor Material & Equipment
Renewing Trustee Investments
Renewing Sustaining Investments
Renewing Individual Investments
Dennis Bonnen