Dallas Fort-Worth Based Resinous Flooring Contractor Expands South

With T.W. Hicks big brand clientele in San Antonio, they are proud to announce they are now local.

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We are proud of our new location to better service existing and potential customers in the Southern part of the State.

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) April 10, 2014

TW Hicks has been quietly delivering high volume resinous flooring systems to some of the largest corporations in Texas. With the growth of the market and the industry, T.W. Hicks is proud to announce their expansion to the San Antonio market to better service their customers and expand their customer base.

“2014 is a very exciting year for us,” says Tim Hicks, President. “San Antonio has always been a welcoming city in regards to our services, and with the current and future growth of the city, we are proud of our new location to better service existing and potential customers in the Southern part of the State.”

T.W. Hicks’ current San Antonio clientele include top brands such as Valero, HEB, Hill Country Bakery, Zachry, Fresh From Texas and Maruchan – just to name a few. “Our relationships with these big Texas brands are strong, but we feel it’s best to make ourselves known as a local business and contributor to the local community,” says Hicks.

San Antonio, along with many cities in Texas, has weathered the economic storms of late, and is poised to continue their growth for the foreseeable future. Specific to San Antonio are:

  •     Home to one of the largest medical facilities in the Nation
  •     The largest oil and gas development in the World
  •     Strong military operations
  •     Ranked 9th in Nationwide job growth for the past 5 years
T.W. Hicks, Inc. is a specialty contractor for resinous industrial flooring systems. Founded in 2000, the company is based in Dallas, TX and services all of Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.


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