The campaign will reach its intended national audience next year, said Cari Broderson, GHP's vice president of marketing. For now, she is sharing details and getting input locally.
Last week, she was met with enthusiasm and advice from Brays Oaks area leaders at a community breakfast.
"I'm all for the organizations in our community having a bigger representation within the city," said Marcy Williams, president of the Brays Oaks Super Neighborhood 36.
Williams ticked off multiple improvements taking place in the community, such as the Levitt Pavilion proposed for the 290-acre Willow Waterhole Conservation Reserve, plans for a new HCC Southwest campus along West Bellfort Avenue and Riceville School Road and coming improvements related to Houston Baptist University's new stadium.