Partners and Links

The National Hurricane Museum & Science Center cannot and should not happen without important groups working alongside. As we grow, the NHMSC will form alliances with select agencies, corporations, museums and other NGOs, all contributing to our mission and vision.

Here's our ever-growing list of partners and corresponding Letters of Support and Resolution we have received.
 
Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Convention and Visitors Bureau
www.visitlakecharles.com
  
The Creole Nature Trail All-American Road
www.CreoleNatureTrail.org 
 
Louisiana Office of Economic Development
www.louisianaeconomicdevelopment.com
 
City of Lake Charles
www.cityoflakecharles.com

Calcasieu Parish Police Jury
www.cppj.net
 
Cameron Parish
www.parishofcameron.net
 
NOAA Hurricane Curriculum
 
National Weather Service – Lake Charles
www.srh.noaa.gov/lch
 
SmithGroup (Building Design)
www.smithgroup.com
 
Eisterhold Associates, LLC (Exhibit Design) 
www.eisterhold.com
 
Chora Creative, LLC (Fund and Board Development)
www.choracreative.com
 
in-houseCreative, Inc.
www.in-houseCreative.com
 
NHMSC Master Plan
www.nhmsc.com/master_plan.asp
 

Letters of Support and Official Resolutions
Congressional Delegation Letter of Support, 2006
U.S. Congress Concurrent Resolution, 2006
Cameron Parish Police Jury Resolution, 2007
Lake Charles Downtown Development Authority Resolution, 2007
Louisiana Senate Concurrent Resolution, 2006
Port of Lake Charles, 2011


 

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