Campaign Investors

BRAC’s campaign investors fund the organization’s economic development activities through five-year commitments in support of a long-range strategic plan that guides the organization’s work. Learn more about becoming a BRAC Campaign Investor.

Executive Investors Annual Investment of $100,000+

Board Investors Annual Investment of $50,000+

Development Investors Annual Investment of $25,000+

R&D Investors Annual Investment of $15,000+

Policy Investors Annual Investment of $10,000+

Supporting Investors Annual Investment of $4,000+

Company
Acme Refrigeration of Baton Rouge, Inc.
Airtrol, Inc.
Bank of St. Francisville
Barber Brothers Contracting Co. / Waterloo Operations
Baton Rouge Telco Federal Credit Union
Beau Box Real Estate
Belle of Baton Rouge Casino
Benny’s Car Wash
Boh Bros. Construction Co., LLC
Brock Services, Ltd.
Campus Federal Credit Union
Cardiovascular Institute of the South
The Celtic Group
Cintas
Cortec
Coleman Partners
DEMCO
EcoLite International
ECS Southeast, LLP
Edgen Murray Corporation
Emergent Method
EMR Southern
Essential Federal Credit Union
Fishman Haygood L.L.P.
Formosa Plastics
Georgia-Pacific
Gerry Lane Enterprises
GraceHebert Architects
Guarantee Restoration Services
Honeywell
Hotel Indigo
H.R. Solutions, LLC
Hunt, Guillot & Associates, LLC
IBM
Investar Bank
Kleinpeter Dairy Farms
Kurz & Hebert Commercial Real Estate, Inc.
La Capitol Federal Credit Union
Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry
Lipsey’s
Long Law Firm, LLP
Louisiana Office Supply Co.
Louisiana Radio Network
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
Merrill Lynch
Methanex
Neel-Schaffer
Olin
+ one design & construction
PacTec
Premium
Prime Occupational Medicine
Raymond James Advisors
Republic Services/Allied Waste
Ritter Maher
Roedel Parsons Koch Blache Balhoff & McCollister
Sid Richardson
Shell Chemical
Star Service
Stonehenge Capital Company
Stuart & Company General Contractors
Stupp Corporation
Surgical Specialty Center
Team Automotive Group
Thermaldyne
UnitedHealthcare
Wampold Companies
Waskey
WHLC Architecture

BRAC also receives significant funding support from Louisiana Economic Development (LED) and the City of Baton Rouge/Parish of East Baton Rouge.

Last Updated: 07/06/20

BRAC-Emi

Emilia Gilbert Henry

Senior V.P. of Investor Development
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