Last edited 3:10 p.m., Oct. 16, 2018
A Springfield-based company certainly has reason of its own to remember the Alamo.
H2R Market Research, a firm that counts as clients the Kennedy Space Center, One World Trade Center and Herschend Family Entertainment Corp., added Texas General Land Office to the list. The office works in partnership with the city of San Antonio to preserve and promote the Alamo, the state’s most visited historic landmark, averaging 1.5 million people a year.
A public-private project to expand pedestrian space and improve the state-owned Alamo campus and city-owned plaza is in the works as the landmark turned 300 this year. Completion is aimed at 2024 for the project that includes Texas General Land Office, the city of San Antonio and nonprofit Alamo Endowment as partners.
Jerry Henry and Jill Mowris, co-owners of H2R Market Research, noted their work involving the Alamo redevelopment project during