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Diverse business: Hispanic entrepreneurs add value to the New Braunfels economy

After three years in business for himself, Brandon Acevedo knows what success looks like.

And he knows part of that success he’s seen while operating a New York Life insurance location is attributable to his doing business in New Braunfels.

“It’s a tight-knit community. Word of mouth has helped me grow my business,” he said Friday in his Gruene Road office. “They want to help out. I get a lot of support from local business owners and the people I grew up with.”

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Imagine Google Earth street view, but from the center of the surface of the Guadalupe River. A new virtual river navigation tool allows people to explore the Guadalupe River, from Canyon Dam to downtown New Braunfels, directly from their smart phone, tablet, or computer. The tool includes a tagging system for specific sites along the river, so users can find and mark favorite areas and location-specific tips for tubing, fishing, and paddling. The application, created through a partnership between Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Inland Fisheries, the Water Oriented District of Comal County, and the Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited, is available through the FishViews water navigation program at the link below. FishViews has also mapped the Comal River, Blanco River, San Marcos River, and Spring Lake. tours.fishviews.com/public/guadalupe-river#0

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The New Braunfels Community Recreation Center is moving along! Check out this time-lapse video of construction to date. #NBRecCenter #WeCanHardleyWait #Summer2018

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