The vibrancy of the business climate is positively energizing. And honestly, the quality of life here in the Valley just can’t be topped. We have easy access to the outdoors via the Boise River Greenbelt and our amazing Foothills trail system.
The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, located alongside the Greenbelt in Downtown Boise.
“The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership” by Barry Posner and James M. Kouzes.
The “can-do” spirit that people here display in everything they do.
Rafting the Boise River from Barber Park with our family and out-of-town guests.
I’d have to say the Hulls Gulch and Military Reserve hiking trails. They may not be hidden, but they are undeniably some of my family’s most treasured gems.
I hope it encourages businesses of all sizes to always be on the lookout for new and different ways of coming together to make a greater positive impact together than any of us could on our own.
Darrel Anderson – because of his strong personal leadership of the ‘Just Drive’ campaign that’s done so much to raise awareness of the critical importance of putting down our cellphones and concentrating on driving. His focus on safety and community is inspiring.
We’ve heard really positive comments about the fresh approach Together Treasure Valley represents and about its focus on the entire Valley. People also seem to appreciate the way TTV asks for and responds to ideas from the public.
As I’ve traveled around the country, I’ve been impressed by communities that have gone the extra mile to make key entrances to or corridors through their communities more welcoming. It makes a positive statement. It says, “This is a community that cares about how it presents itself.” It also says we value art and creativity and everything else that contributes to quality of life – for residents and visitors alike.
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