About Us

 As a 501 c 6, non-profit business commerce organization, N.E.B.A. has a Board of 7 members keenly focused on the growth and success of all our prospective and current members' businesses.

History

In 1999, various individuals and organizations realized the importance of promoting local residents to shop “in their own backyard”. The Northeast Business Alliance, often called NEBA, began as a networking venue for Northeast El Paso business and civic groups. This non-profit organization created bumper sticker promoting “Shop Northeast”.

Renewed Commitment

The original NEBA board members decided to resurrect the organization in 2007. They sponsored a Holiday Reunion to discuss how they could create a successful version of the Northeast Business Alliance. New bylaws were enacted to support a new vision that more closely aligned to the needs of Northeast businesses and the community.
NEBA met at the Little Bavarian Restaurant at 4600 Hondo Pass for a while. They now meet the third Tuesday of each month. Contact us for an invitation to sit in on a meeting.

Getting the Word Out to the Community

A vision for the newly-formed Northeast Business Alliance germinated in the basement of the Northeast Shopping Mall. The group developed plans and strategies for helping Northeast businesses. A very successful “after hours” event was held where businesses could promote themselves as a group– with food, entertainment, and vendors tables where area residents could see what the business community had to offer, which gave  business’s a chance to network together.
Soon afterward, the group began meeting at the Denny’s on Trans Mountain/ Woodrow Bean on a monthly basis; to network, learn from each other, and to listen to guest speakers from the community.

Early NEBA Meetings

A vision for the newly-formed Northeast Business Alliance germinated in the basement of the Northeast Shopping Mall. The group developed plans and strategies for helping Northeast businesses. A very successful “after hours” event was held where businesses could promote themselves as a group– with food, entertainment, and vendors tables where area residents could see what the business community had to offer,which gave  business’s a chance to network together.
Soon afterward, the group began meeting at the Denny’s on Trans Mountain/ Woodrow Bean on a monthly basis; to network, learn from each other, and to listen to guest speakers from the community.

CONTACT US

4717 Hondo Pass Ste 1d

El Paso, Texas 79904

office@nebaelpaso.org

915.345.5391

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