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WELCOME LETTER

FROM THE MAYOR

C I T Y OF GA RLA ND Foodies and treasure hunters will lose themselves in the unique dining and shopping opportunities at Harbor Point, anchored by Bass Pro Shops, in our historic downtown area, at Firewheel Town Center and throughout our city. Garland offers the chance to enjoy the symphony, theatrical productions and more at the Granville Arts Center or the sounds of up-and-coming local musicians at one of our myriad of live entertainment venues. Residents and businesses alike are served by customer-focused City services, including a City-owned electric utility, water and wastewater services, landfill and solid waste collection services. The City of Garland places a high priority on public safety, with 348 police officers and 257 fire and emergency medical personnel. The city’s 63 parks cover more than 2,500 acres with six recreation centers and two senior centers. Garland’s four libraries provide a wealth of e-books, online resources and almost 500,000 volumes.

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elcome to Garland – a place where people make great memories and live vibrant lives in a community built for making your mark! Our story began more than 125 years ago, as a small agricultural community. We’ve grown into the 12th largest city in Texas, with a diverse economy supporting high-tech, manufacturing, commercial and retail opportunities. Businesses large and small thrive in an environment rich with innovators, entrepreneurs and out-of-thebox thinkers. Garland’s resources and amenities create an inviting climate for businesses and residents to succeed. Those who live in and visit Garland enjoy topflight amenities. Whether it’s a day on the links at the state’s largest municipal golf complex, on the water at Lake Ray Hubbard or exploring the miles of biking and hiking trails through our parks and greenbelts, Garland can satisfy any outdoor enthusiast.

Garland is a community of values. We value the drive to create, not just consume. We value hard work and inclusiveness, encouraging every individual to make their mark. From the variety of employment opportunities and products made here, to the homes and community services that emphasize value, affordability and the power to customize your education and your life, we welcome a rich tapestry of people of all walks of life. Garland values experiences that are good for the soul and the individuals that make us a community. We invite you to make your mark here with us!

Sincerely,

Lori Dodson Mayor of Garland

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TABLE OF CONTENTS | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019

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Welcome Letter from Mayor, City of Garland Table of Contents Letter from Chairman of the Board, Garland Chamber of Commerce

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Garland’s Advantage for Business Garland Chamber of Commerce SBDC Success Story Employment Statistics

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Unparalleled Preparation for Life The Best in Education Unrivaled Choice of School Education Transforms Lives One Goal. One Focus. Partner with Us A Great Place to Live, Work and Learn Innovation in Education

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37 Residential Real Estate 38 A Convenient Way to Reach the City 40 Helpful Community Information 42 Healthcare 44 Transportation Options

E NTER TAINME NT & ATTRAC TI ONS Connect with the Garland Chamber 972.272.7551 information@GarlandChamber.com 520 N Glenbrook Drive, Garland TX 75040-5041

46 Hot Spots 48 Garland Arts 50 Parks & Recreation

BUSINE SS DIREC TORY

Pictured on Front Cover :

RagingWire President and CEO, Doug Adams and Chief Revenue Officer, Joe Goldsmith.

52 Directory Category Index

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LETTER FROM

C HAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

GARLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE As servant leaders, our mission is to be “the trusted unifying source for sustainable business growth.” A wide variety of committees and associations were created to align with our mission and to realize our vision of enjoying “a sustainable high quality of life with a vibrant and varied business environment.” The Dallas County Manufacturers’ Association provides resources to one of the biggest industries in Garland; both big and small manufacturers gain invaluable training, access to industry leaders, and programs that foster growth. The Women’s Business E-nitiative hosts female-focused educational events and provides support for women’s business opportunities. Propel: Young Professionals focuses on the future of Garland and is committed to engaging young professionals through networking, service, and professional development. Other initiatives include Legislative Affairs, Leadership Garland, and the Garland Economic Development Partnership, all of which cultivate a community that promotes passion, respect, integrity, discipline, and excellence.

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ear Chamber Members and Community Stakeholders, Welcome to, “The Connecting Source,” our Garland Chamber of Commerce. For over a century, the Chamber has acted as a stimulus, connecting all parts of the community in a coordinated undertaking to serve all parts of Garland to create jobs, forge partnerships, and bolster the area’s competitiveness as a desirable location for businesses and families to grow and prosper. The Chamber works seamlessly with educational institutions, businesses, medical establishments, religious groups, the City, our members, and members of the community to reach these goals.

The Chamber’s strategy focuses on what Garland could and should be. The Garland of today has vastly changed since the first group gathered around the table in 1895 to imagine and create a better and more prosperous future for the Garland community. Today, we celebrate the progress made by our businesses, community leaders, and members of the community as they not only dared to dream of a better future but made it a reality and we build upon the momentum created to continuously improve and support Garland. Each year, Garland’s 2030 Downtown Vision draws closer, and with it we find a community that has successfully adapted to evolving needs and benefits from new opportunities that arise. Education, diversity, globally-connected business hubs, transportation, arts and culture, recreation, and entertainment will continue to define Garland as a sustainable area that is both modern and has a hometown feel. Without a doubt, success lives here. On behalf of our committed Chamber staff and Board of Directors, we are truly grateful to you for choosing to be a part of the Garland community. We strive to listen to our members and work very hard to meet their needs. We are devoted to providing the resources you need to ensure your success and the success of Garland. Sincerely,

The Garland Chamber of Commerce champions a broad array of community objectives as they relate to our mission, vision, and values.

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The CLOUD has Take a quick mental inventory of the technology

WALLS

by Jenna McWethy,

Garland Chamber of Commerce

in your home or office. You probably own a smartphone. You might have a desktop computer; maybe a laptop or a tablet. Now don’t forget about your smartwatch, or that speaker in the corner that responds when you call it by name. You might have game consoles, smart TVs, or maybe even a fridge that can tell you the weather. If you drive a late-model vehicle, you probably have some tech on the dashboard too. By now you might be thinking, “Gosh, that’s a whole lot of tech!” And it is. And you’re just one person. Now, let’s dig a little deeper. All the data Siri and Alexa collect on your personal preferences, all the passwords you have saved, all the content for the websites you visit, and all the photos you store must live somewhere … but where? “The cloud!” you can say with confidence; and you’re right. All that data lives in the cloud … but where’s that? As you may have guessed by the title at the top of the page, this cloud isn’t somewhere floating above your head in the sky. The cloud lives inside the walls of data centers all over the world and, perhaps, in one right down the street. RagingWire Data Centers, Inc. celebrated the grand opening of its TX1 Data Center, located on Lookout Drive in Garland, on April 18, 2017. Owned by NTT (one of the world’s largest information and communications technology solutions providers), RagingWire offers its customers the ability to leverage NTT’s global presence of 140 data centers in 20 countries and regions. This enables RagingWire clients to reach international markets as well as scale up their data center capacity as needed.

RagingWire operates approximately 2 million square feet of data center infrastructure between its campus here in Garland as well as campuses in Ashburn, Virginia and Northern California. The company has growth plans in these locations and other top North American data center markets. RagingWire’s 16-megawatt facility in Garland is only the first of a planned 5-building complex, and the next buildings are expected to be twostory, 32-megawatt-capacity facilities. If the power increment measure is unfamiliar to you, 32 megawatts represents the power of about 500 homes. It’s a lot of power. President and CEO Doug Adams explained that RagingWire is essentially a data center island, one of many, connected by fiber to other data center islands throughout the world. Together, the servers housed within them form the large, interconnected ecosystem of the internet – something most of us utilize every day. The market for data storage co-location facilities like this one continues to increase throughout the globe and RagingWire is consistently outpacing the market at 20 percent annual growth. So, getting back to the question, the cloud, at an ever-increasing rate, lives here and in other centers very much like it.

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“Cloud is just code for servers that are multi-tenancy within a data center,” Adams said. “That’s all a cloud is. Just shared servers.” Adams has been with RagingWire since about six months after the company was founded 18 years ago. He’s poured his career into making it what it is today, and even joked that he thinks of the company as his fourth child. Adams went on to explain that as companies grow, they often move from cloud storage to something called co-location, which is when a company takes their own servers and puts them into a data center. “Think of us as a hotel,” Adams said. “They check out a room in our hotel and they put their infrastructure in our hotel.” Because major cloud providers are also in the RagingWire “hotel,” clients can connect into those cloud providers to do processing and access additional storage, which moves the client into hybrid storage – the most popular method – simply meaning they use a mix of co-location and cloud. This kind of diversity and proximity is particularly important in the data center industry. “In our industry there’s this concept called latency, which is the amount of time it takes for a data packet to travel,” Adams said. “Some applications COMMUNITY GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY | T H E G A R L A N D G U I D E 2 0 1 9 | 11


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RagingWire’s President and CEO : Doug Adams & Chief Revenue Officer : Joe Goldsmith

won’t handle latency. They’re chatty. They like to talk back and forth.” So, not only is it important for clients to be in a data center network that has quick, close cloud access, but also one that has representation in the large data markets. Texas is the third largest market in the United States, behind Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley. From a latency standpoint, Texas and Chicago have emerged as critical in servicing the middle U.S. Texas is a particularly attractive location for data center companies for other characteristics as well, including the fact that Texas is on its own power grid, and the state offers a low cost of power, inexpensive land, and a highly educated labor pool. Chief Revenue Officer Joe Goldsmith added that Garland had its own competitive advantages when RagingWire was searching for its Texas site. “Garland specifically has a power company that’s very favorable in delivering power and services in large capacity to the data center providers,” Goldsmith said. “Garland Power & Light wants to sell us power, wants to be a business partner, and then of course the City of Garland – very development friendly – wants to continue to see development in Garland. And so when we talk about our development here with Garland, the City partners with us to make sure that our development goes through and that we can get up and go.” From a tax value and power usage perspective, Garland leaders know data centers are great for communities. Data centers bring 24-7 power draws to market, which is important for power grids, and they buy a lot of power. From an environmental standpoint, they’re also quite efficient. Large, multi-tenant data centers have a smaller carbon footprint versus smaller aggregate data centers, but income and efficiency aren’t the only community advantages to developments like this one. RagingWire’s first facility brought in about 250 construction jobs for about a year of construction – and they’ll do that several more times. For ongoing operations, the center employs about 75 individuals, most of whom are from Garland and the surrounding area. Yet another one of Garland’s advantages in competing for new developments in the region is the availability of a skilled, available workforce. Local workers mean more of the dollars stay in the community, which helps facilitate a strong, sustainable city.

Unique to RagingWire in the area of workforce is the fact that it employs its own security guards, many of whom are veterans of the armed forces. Almost one-third of the company’s employees come from a military background, primarily in the critical facilities operations groups. Goldsmith explained, “People say, ‘What’s the parallel?’ between military operations and data centers. The common thread is mission critical. [In the military], you’re working on a particularly dangerous piece of equipment that, if handled improperly, can hurt somebody. It’s missioncritical stuff. If I don’t do it right, somebody or something could get hurt and something bad is going to happen; so I’m going to do it right. It’s that type of performer that we look for.” As the mission-critical emphasis implies, RagingWire places a high priority on the physical security of the servers housed within its walls. To date, the company has never experienced a physical security breach. In addition to highly-trained security personnel and strict protocols, RagingWire also employs a tactic called “defense in depth,” something you’ll experience yourself should you ever have the opportunity to visit. “In a castle you’ve got a moat and you’ve got a drawbridge, then you’ve got an inner area, and then you’ve got the tower,” Adams said. “By the time you’re done, when a castle gets sieged, the king is sitting up at the top of the tower with the jewels. He’s waiting for all of the different areas to be breached before you actually get to the king. That’s the idea here.” RagingWire provides extensive physical security on the machines, the people coming in, new machines coming in through the loading dock, and every piece of the data center floor. At that point, what happens to the machine, inside the fiber and the network and the software, that’s up to the client. It’s a partnership between RagingWire and its clients to ensure the integrity of data and the systems housed inside. Adams and Goldsmith together continued to give glimpses of the magnificent scope and necessity of data storage in the technology-centric world in which we all live. Artificial intelligence, healthcare records, gaming, apps, television shows, and streaming music … the amount of servers necessary to store the data we consume on a daily basis is staggering, and it’s growing all the time. So, the next time you pass RagingWire, or any of the many data centers in North Texas, you can know that the facility is both a benefit to the economy, and your very own way of life. They store the data for the companies we depend on, and we can depend on RagingWire to keep innovating and providing highquality, scalable business support for many years to come. “We enjoy building and creating and so, for us, we’re really having fun,” Adams said. “To me, I can’t see myself doing absolutely anything else than what I’m doing. I absolutely love this company. I love what I do, I love the people, I love the product. We’ve just got a great company.”

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IMPACT

HAS NO AGE REQUIREMENT Change is inevitable. We all know that. Whether it’s the climate, your physical appearance, the construction on your commute, or your home address; some level of change is always in progress. Making an impact, however, that’s optional. Impact is change with influence. It has a real effect on something. You can be part of a community and, by no effort of your own, be associated with a change; or, you can cause a change that changes everything. There’s a tangible difference. When someone makes a change, you might notice. When someone makes an impact, you take note.

By Jenna McWethy : Garland Chamber of Commerce

They’ve set their own goals. They’ve taken on their own challenges. They’re people you could aspire to be like when you grow up - even if you’re already older than they are! But that’s the thing. For these professionals, and countless others like them, age isn’t a limiting factor. There’s no age requirement to make an impact. The only requirement is that you make a choice; and if you need a little inspiration, just turn the page.

There’s been a lot of talk about young professionals and the changes they bring to the work environment. The influences of growing up with technology and a whole list of other factors have made men and women under 40 a little bit different than their predecessors in the workplace – but these differences come with great advantages as well. Just ask any of the three young professionals you see here. All are in their 30s. All are exceptional at what they do. And all are making an impact in the Garland community. In the next few pages you’ll meet three incredible professionals who haven’t let age stand in their way. They’ve excelled largely because of the freedom that comes with not being entrenched in the way things have always been done.

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HADI DANESHYAR Plant Manager, The Kraft Heinz Company (32) Hadi Daneshyar first set foot in a factory when he was only 2 years old. His father and grandfather were both in the manufacturing business, and while he didn’t set out for a career in manufacturing, it was certainly an industry with which he’d had a lifelong familiarity. The right opportunity came knocking while Daneshyar was getting his degree in Supply Chain Management in Phoenix, Arizona. H. J. Heinz was recruiting an intern to help with a continuous improvement project in Lean Six Sigma and, being in love with the methodology at the time, he figured, “Why not?” Having worked his way up through positions in Phoenix, San Diego, and now Garland, Texas, Daneshyar has accumulated a great deal of experience at just 32 years of age – something he largely attributes to company culture. “When I take a look at factory managers across the board, most of my peers are in their mid-50s. Most of the production managers are probably in their 30s and 40s. I had the pleasure of being a production manager at the age of 25. I was able to jump into those positions and opportunities because of the culture that Kraft Heinz cultivates.” Now, he’s using his influence as a plant manager to cultivate a positive, team-focused culture in the Garland plant by simply being involved and in tune with the people as well as the process. “I believe morale and productivity are directly correlated. For a plant manager, you’ve got to understand how your people are feeling, what’s going on with them. Distractions lead to issues. We’re only as strong as our weakest link, so we’ve got to continuously help each other. If we’re going to let each other down, we’re letting ourselves down ultimately.”

Who influenced you? Growing up my parents instilled the values and work ethic which set the foundation during my upbringing. As I began my professional career – My first mentor was my first Plant Manager coming out of college. He continues to influence me until today and we touch base weekly. I consider myself fortunate to have had our company’s SVP also be a mentor that has taken me under his wing for the longest time and always had that open line of communication to bounce ideas off of him. I’ve had great role models that I’ve looked up to in terms of leaders that I respected in the organization that were able to influence, had charisma, and were complete servant leaders – nothing was about them, in fact it was quite the contrary. Those are the people that I emulated over the years. I would say one of the practices that made me successful was being very cognizant of who I was going to choose as my mentors early on in my career and benchmark them to continuously learn from and maintain touch points with.”

What do you value in the culture of a company? “I’m coming up to my tenth year anniversary with the company. The thing that stands out to me about Kraft Heinz is the culture of meritocracy and ownership. Kraft Heinz is a company that would give young millennials the right opportunities, and they do not look at age- myself being a perfect example. They look for high performers and they’re willing to take the risk and bet on those individuals. As a plant manager I do not look at age, race or gender. I’m proud to say that I have a very diverse team ranging from millennials all the way to boomers on the verge of retirement that come from all corners of the globe. If someone has the bandwidth or the potential, I provide them with the opportunity to go ahead and try. Let them take their shot. I’d rather you take your shot than stand on the sidelines and watch. I believe in a culture that perceives winning and learning, not winning and losing”

“You’ve got to break through the barriers, show them an effective way and lead by example” — Hadi Daneshyar

Has there ever been a time you were overlooked or underestimated because of your age? “It was a challenge in the past, so yes. However, since the acquisition, Kraft Heinz has evolved and cultivated a new culture that’s being refined by our CEO, Bernardo Hees, who’s a true advocate and believer in Meritocracy and Ownership. The company truly shifted to valuing and rewarding high performers that possess an owners’ mentality. In the past you had to put in your time and be in a position for ‘x’ amount of years before you can be considered for the next position, now we value talent that contribute and deliver results which accelerate people to their potential. If you’re driven and have what it takes to do the position, I don’t think you should hold someone back because of their age. They might not have all the experience, but they come with fresh new ideas and innovation that can really create a competitive advantage over the status quo.”

What advice would you give the next generation coming into the workforce? “Number one, practice the platinum rule rather than the golden rule. Treat people the way they want to be treated, not the way you want to be treated. If you can establish that respect and rapport with people you can begin to influence and move the masses. One of the biggest challenges for young talented leaders is being able to move and shape seasoned people that are set on their ways, folks that are resistant to change. Most people resist change, however change is inevitable and is the only constant. ‘You’ve got to break through the barriers, show them an effective way and lead by example!’”

What do you value most about what you do? “My ability to impact my employees lives in a positive way. Helping them find their purpose and how their contribution is making an overall difference for the company and community brings meaning to them. Motivating them to reach their potential and making sure they get what they want as long as they do their part. Being able to influence them in a greater way and make their lives better brings me satisfaction.”

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How do you achieve a work-life balance that works for you? “I’ve heard quite a few things. The old school mentality talks about work-life balance and then there’s this new perspective, I think it stems from Jeff Besos, the CEO of Amazon, he talks about work-life harmony. It’s all about, if you’re happy at what you do, it’s go­ing to reflect in all other aspects of your life. If you’re miserable at what you do, it’s also going to carry on in different aspects of your life. Figure out what makes you happy and do that. Then I think you pretty much have a key to success right there. You’ve got to figure out the big chunk of that pie, which is work. If you can figure out how to be happy there, I think you’re set for life.”


Who influenced you? “It’s a mix between my dad and my brother. I’ve always looked up to my brother. Still do. He’s awesome. I kind of mirrored my life and career around him. The way that he’s progressed in his career and what he’s done really motivated me to do what I’m doing. With my dad, he’s just a hard worker. The guy is always doing something. Always doing some project, always fixing something. If something’s broken, you don’t go buy a new one, you fix whatever it is. That totally is me. I’d rather spend the time trying to fix something that not. All that stuff transitions to your career. Your life habits come into what you do. I do want to give my mother credit too. She’s literally never met a stranger. She’s the most kind, nice person ever. I think on that side of things, that’s really helped with my community involvement. I get that from her as more of a social side – having a connection with people.”

How do you achieve a work-life balance that works for you? “I’ll be honest, I’m not the best at this, but sometimes you’ve just got to learn how to turn it off. Switch off the work thing and spend time with the family. You can always get back to it later. I think it’s important to block that time. One of the biggest things we do is travel. [My wife and I] really value that. You really do feel like you can disengage. It’s something to look forward to as well. You know you’ve got this trip coming. It’s something to work toward.”

What do you value in the culture of a company? “We give people the ability to think on their own and come to solutions with little restrictions. If there’s a problem that needs to be solved, it’s not a narrow thing. It’s like, ‘Here’s the problem. We’re going to leave it up to you to figure it out and come to a solution,’ and then you get to do it. We value people that can step up and say, ‘Hey, I realize this process doesn’t work very well. I think if we did this instead, it would be awesome; and I’m willing to do it.’ We allow people the flexibility to do that sort of thing. If people are able to do that and also get their jobs done, that says a lot about that person. Those are the type of people we want.”

CHAD PRZANO Engineering Manager, Epiroc (36) Chad Przano credits his family for instilling the characteristics that have led him to success as a young professional. Hard-working parents and a brother 10 years his senior modeled work ethic in a way that sticks with him today as he leads his own team and projects as Engineering Manager for Epiroc, a drilling solutions manufacturing company in Garland, Texas. Recruited by Epiroc, which was then Atlas Copco, in his senior year at Texas A&M, Przano moved to DFW to work with a production group on maximizing efficiencies. His first manager guided him, but also put confidence in Przano to figure out the steps to reach the goals his team was working toward. “That instilled in me that the part I played was important.” Przano made several upward moves throughout the company’s operations, being pegged for some impressive opportunities, but his move to be a supervisor over the engineering testing team in 2012 proved to be a key experience in exposing him to more leadership responsibilities. Managing and motivating a big group of guys was a challenge with his limited experience. He had to learn on his feet, and he figured out pretty quickly that management isn’t a one-size-fits-all operation. Today, at just 36, Przano continues to excel in his field. He manages a product, a configuration team, and the supervisor of the engineering testing group he used to work with. His focus on finding efficiencies, doing things faster and better, makes him a key player on the Epiroc team. In fact, he was nominated and voted by his peers as Employee of the Year in 2015. “Credit goes to this company because they value their internal people. If you want something enough and you want to try to go after it, do it. People will try to help you if you show that you want to be helped.”

What advice would you give the next generation coming into the workforce? “Work hard. Nothing should be given to you. You earn what you get. Don’t feel like you’re owed anything. I totally understand the younger generation is a little bit different, but I do see hope in it. They’re super smart, they know what they want already. I hate when people say you’ve got to put in your time to get this thing. That’s not the case. If you earn that respect, whatever the ‘it’ thing is, it doesn’t matter how old you are as long as you make an impact and you can do it – that’s what matters.”

“We value people that can step up and say, ‘Hey, I realize this process doesn’t work very well. I think if we did this instead, it would be awesome; and I’m willing to do it.’”

Has there ever been a time you were overlooked or underestimated because of your age? “I don’t know. Maybe. I have applied for a lot of jobs I didn’t get. I don’t know if age was the reason. I think it was experience. As I go through stuff now I think, yeah, I didn’t know that three or four years ago. There have been positions I’ve gone after that I probably wasn’t ready for, and maybe I knew that, but that doesn’t and won’t ever deter me from trying for a position because I feel like I can do it even though I’m lacking some things. I can always learn those skills or traits.”

What do you value most about what you do? “It’s cool to see the growth of people. My next step is to see how I can grow the people who work underneath me, to encourage them to maybe take the same path I did if they choose to. That’s the thing that’s most rewarding – that I enjoy the most.”

— Chad Przano

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SHEENA SHARAPATA Director of Training and Recruitment, Marketing, Events & Promotions, Randall Reed’s Prestige Ford (32)

Sheena Sharapata is living the dream. Following in her Dad’s footsteps, she began working in the automotive industry shortly after graduating from the University of Oklahoma. Though her degree was in advertising, her formative years were spent dominating the soccer field and she longed for competition in her adult life as well. Working for Ford seemed to fit the bill. With a name like Sharapata, the family ties were easy to follow and, based on the merits of her father who had previously worked with Reed, Randall Reed himself invited her to interview for a new recruiting, hiring and training position at his Garland dealership. Her own merits quickly earned her the job, and then when a community relations and events position became available, she was the obvious choice. At just 32, Sharapata leads community-focused initiatives like Drive 4UR School and Fill a Ford F-150, both of which benefit local school programs and charities. She also organizes larger veteran-focused events including golf tournaments and clay shoots. Her commitment to the Garland community, her creative ideas, and her energy, make things happen. Now she’s a key player in bringing an expansion project to the dealership, something she’s never done before. But new isn’t scary for Sharapata. She embraces the opportunity to keep learning, keep evolving, and keep finding new ways to make an impact. “A lot of people just get comfortable and they’re OK with the everyday. Don’t be afraid to make the jump and take the challenges. Stop thinking about the what-ifs that are negative and think about the whatifs that are positive. It could be life changing.”

What do you value most about what you do? “Ever since I was little I’ve just kind of put others first before myself, so I’ve always wanted to get into non-profit work and community relations. That’s always been my life-long passion. If you could do something that you wanted to do, that’s what I wanted to get to. Coming into Randall Reed’s Prestige Ford family, they’ve enabled me to be passionate about my work, be involved in the community, help others, and give back. Going to work every day doesn’t seem like work to me. It’s a genuine love for what I do.”

What do you value in the culture of a company? “Definitely the teamwork. All of our management has been there consistently for numerous years. It’s more of a family. I value that they have the confidence in me to allow me the freedom to run with my ideas. A lot of companies you may not have that. They allow you to express your ideas and run with them.”

Who influenced you? “My parents. My dad worked for Ford Motor Company for 39 years. Growing up, I saw him in this business role and he would come home and hang out with us, but then he would be on his computer working and I just saw the drive and commitment and energy and passion that he had. I kind of followed in his footsteps. All growing up it was kind of like, OK, I want to be just like my dad. My mom, she’s always been there to listen to me, no matter the situation I’m going through. I probably call her like 3 times a day to talk to her and bounce ideas off of her.”

How do you achieve a work-life balance that works for you? “It’s really challenging. When I do have down time, I spend it with family and friends, but I feel like it’s not really work. I feel like I’m always looking to volunteer or what’s the next way I can give back. My mind is always thinking, ‘How can we connect all these people to help everyone?’”

Has there ever been a time you were overlooked or underestimated because of your age? “I would say, growing up in the car business with my age, that can affect you some. It’s mainly people think you don’t have the experience or the knowledge. I was a service advisor when I was younger, so people may have thought, ‘Oh, she doesn’t have the proper knowledge to explain what’s going on with my vehicle.’ I always did my research, my studying, always trying to expand my knowledge, and I would be able to provide that feedback. I’ve just been blessed with the companies I’ve worked for where they have had the confidence in me to be able to run with my ideas and prove with my results that I can coordinate these events, I can get the community involvement, so now age isn’t even a factor.”

“They’ve enabled me to be passionate about my work, be involved in the community, help others, and give back.” — Sheena Sharapata

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What advice would you give the next generation coming into the workforce? “Find what you’re passionate about. A lot of people just go out to find a job to find one. Really try to find something that interests you, and then whatever you’re doing, give 110 percent. Whatever you find as your passion, do the research, do the homework. Find something that isn’t work for you, that you truly enjoy, and love doing every day.”


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Garland – a place where people make great memories and live vibrant lives in a community built for making dreams come true. Make Your Mark is a mantra to continue moving forward, to live life to the fullest, and to do it your way, on your own terms, in a town that truly supports you. Garland is home to pioneers of all kinds with a can-do spirit. If you’re a hands-on, hardworking innovator, Garland is the place for you. If you thrive on eclectic experiences, Downtown Garland is your destination, offering live music venues, unique local cuisine and boutiques, and outstanding arts productions at the Granville Arts Center and Plaza Theatre. Garland provides the opportunity to customize your life and your education with great neighborhoods and nurturing school programs.


Alex Castillo opened Castillo’s Barber Shop in Downtown Garland to be a part of its growth. His vision has always been to be part of the community and give back.

Suzi and Larry Hishmeh at Main Street Deli have taken great pride in providing quality food and good service in their Downtown Garland location since 2009.

Wild Grace is a bold faith boutique that features trendy head-to-toe fashions and home goods. Melissa McBride is a hometown girl. She says she believes in Garland and is glad to be back!

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Garland’s Advantage for Business Commercial real estate in the North Texas market is booming, but with more than 200 dis�nct municipali�es in the Dallas Metroplex area, deciding where to invest can be challenging. Vast compe��on for prime office and industrial space drives prices up in both fast-growing suburbs and established downtown areas, while developing on open land in the outskirts of the Dallas region o�en involves expensive investment in new infrastructure. Among all these dynamic market shi�s, Garland has emerged as a community with a dis�nct Affordability Advantage. Garland is a large and vibrant historic suburb of Dallas and, when compared to other fast-growing Metroplex communi�es, it becomes a

Population Shopping Center Vacancy SF of Retail $ per SF Avg Age Retail SF Per capita Per Square Mile

Garland 238,002 4.30% 13,211,259 $14.26 37.5 1.8% 231,370.56

Arlington 396,394 4.30% 23,929,533 $15.69 33.6 1.7% 240,015.38

uniquely a�rac�ve community for commercial investment. Garland is home to more than 20,000 companies, all of which have found strategic advantages in Garland’s proximity to Dallas, ease of access to surrounding ci�es, and the strong sense of community from Garland residents. Whether you’re looking to expand your opera�ons in the D-FW area, relocate your corporate headquarters to a city with suppor�ve infrastructure, or seek out a spot to set up shop for your business in a community that loves authen�c, local finds, Garland has a lot to offer. Check out a few of the factors businesses consider in choosing Garland.

Irving 240,373 4.10% 14,954,739 $16.36 37.4 1.6% 220,897.18

Mesquite 143,949 6.40% 10,369,914 $12.28 33.4 1.4% 224,457.01

Plano 286,143 5.00% 26,803,104 $17.23 25.1 1.1% 374,345.03

Richardson 116,783 6.6% 7,467,726 $14.98 33.9 1.6% 261,109.30

Average 236,941 5.12% 16,122,713 $15.13 33.48 1.51% 258,699

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Garland Chamber of Commerce Get Connected 2019 Chamber Events Direct Connect

Annual Business Expo

Manufacturing Day

The goal of this program is to help attendees make more strategic connections and teach them how to capitalize on networking opportunities in a fun, fast-paced networking program. Events are held at the Chamber on the third Thursday of each month from 8 to 9 a.m.

The Expo invites local businesses from Garland and the surrounding communities to display products and services to a crowd of local leaders, business professionals and the general public. The 10th Annual event will be held at The Atrium at the Granville Arts Center on April 26, 2019.

Held annually on National Manufacturing Day, this invitation-only event celebrates the success of local manufacturers and recognizes the significance of manufacturing in the global marketplace and the positive impact of the industry in Garland, Texas. The 6th Annual event will be held on Oct. 4, 2019.

Annual Partnership Golf Tournament

Leadership Garland Prayer Breakfast

The Golf Tournament serves as an opportunity for participants to advertise and network with area business professionals and city leaders outside of the typical conference-room setting. Sponsors are encouraged to develop teams of current or prospective customers. Many use the tournament as an opportunity to strengthen relationships with supporters, clients and stakeholders. The 34th Annual event will be held at Firewheel Golf Park in September 2019.

This is an annual event that allows leaders in community, government, business, education and civic organizations to come together for an interfaith celebration of harmony, cultural diversity, leadership and direction. The 32nd Annual event will be held at The Atrium in December 2019.

Propel: Young Professionals Propel is a series of programs dedicated to engaging Garland area young professionals between the ages of 21 and 40 to participate in networking, service and professional development activities intended to advance their opportunities for success in business and leadership. For dates, check the events calendar at garlandchamber.com. SPARK Luncheons Strong Partnerships and Relevant Knowledge (SPARK) luncheons host a variety of speakers, from industry experts to community leaders. The quarterly events allow professionals from various business fields to interact in a relaxed environment and learn more about better business practices or issues facing the Garland community. For dates, check the events calendar at garlandchamber.com. Women’s Business E-nitiative WBe is a program with a mission to engage, enrich and empower area businesswomen. The program’s leadership is dedicated to inviting speakers who have demonstrated excellence in their chosen fields, all of whom can relate to the obstacles and opportunities of being a woman in the business world. Networking at the events also offers the opportunity to expand business connections and explore potential partnerships. For dates, check the events calendar at garlandchamber.com. ____________________________________

ANNUAL EVENTS Annual Banquet The Annual Banquet celebrates the year ended and looks to the year ahead by recognizing community leaders and welcoming the chairman of the board for 2019. The 87th Annual event will be held at The Atrium on Jan. 31, 2019.

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Chamber Membership Key Benefits

Starter Premium Investors $550 $1100 $2200

Complimentary Website Advertisement 3 Mo 4 Mo Advocacy • • Membership Plaque • • SPARK Luncheon (one free seat, one time only) • • WBe Luncheon (one free seat, one time only) • • Ribbon Cutting Services • • 25% Discount on Constant Contact • • Access to Exclusive Health Insurance Plans • • Use of Chamber Logo in Marketing Materials • • Chamber Meeting Facility Use 1x/Mo 3x/Mo Referral Services • • Small Business Development Center Counseling • • Free Membership List (Excel Format) • • Monthly New Business List $5 Included Manufacturing Directory $20 Included Online Events Calendar Posting • • Notary Services • • Certificate of Origin Services • • Job Bank Postings • • Business Directory Listing (Online & In Print) • • Letter of Introduction to Companies 25 New Member Packet Flyer Inclusion • Invitation to Manufacturing Day • Invitation to Exclusive Manufacturing Tours • Access to Local Leaders Economic Development Investor Recognition GEDP Private Investor Luncheons

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Board of Directors Julie Alexander Great Teams / Great Results Jeff Bass Dickey’s Barbecue Pit Bryan Bradford City of Garland Chad Brumit Nutribiotech, USA, Inc. Shana Carter Roach Feed & Seed, Inc. Anita Collins American National Bank of Texas Donas Cole Baylor Scott & White Dr. Erika Crump GISD Darren Durrett BB&T Garland Steven Fischer OCCUMED Plus, Inc. Rose Galloway Richland College Mark Hays DCCCD Fritz Heinke Texas Brand Bank Eva Hummel Atmos Energy Kristina Lawson Daisy Brand Emilio Lopez Eastfield College Dr. Ricardo Lopez GISD Scott McMurdie Shea & McMurdie Financial Larry Mas General Dynamics OTS Chad Przano Epiroc Scott Ratzman Plastipak Packaging Michael Roth Wisener Nunnally Roth, LLP Robert Smith Garland Construction Company

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2018 Annual Plan Goals Exceeded

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To learn more about Garland Chamber initiatives and events, visit www.garlandchamber.com

Program Success

Membership Statistics

SPARK Luncheons In the program’s inaugural year, SPARK luncheons averaged 114 attendees and hosted topics such as “Disasters Happen. Prepare Now. Learn How.” and “How to Create an Environment to Exponentially Increase Innovation.”

Small Business Grants In November 2017, the Chamber awarded $50,000 to nine Garland small businesses. In 2018, each used the funding to grow their business through marketing or fixed asset projects. Watch stories from a few recipients at https://bit.ly/2A9Gjhv. Eight recipients were awarded in 2018 and the Chamber looks forward to their success.

Propel: Young Professionals Launched in March 2018, this Chamber program was developed with Garland’s younger professional population in mind. More than 117 individuals between the ages of 21 and 40 participated in networking, service and professional development opportunities throughout the year.

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The Next Big Thing in Food Production is a Small Business By Judith Collins, Dallas Metropolitan Small Business Development Center

So, what’s new among Millennials in Garland? In addition to awesome Millennial-ownedbusiness success stories like Intrinsic Smokehouse & Brewery in Downtown Garland, SimiDigi, Inc. and Pinot’s Palette at Firewheel Town Center, the Garland small business community is proud to welcome Tyler Shin, owner and operator of Revolving Kitchen. Shin aims to give back to the hundreds of local entrepreneurial families who own and operate a catering or food truck business or dream of opening a restaurant. “We developed Revolving Kitchen as an innovational food

production space designed to help local businesses grow regionally and expand nationally,” Shin said. “Our 25 private commissary kitchens, spacious storage facilities and modern amenities provide local businesses the opportunity to achieve growth at a fraction of the cost typically involved in the food production industry.” Before you start a food business in Texas, whether it’s a restaurant, catering business, or a food truck, you need to consider some basic legal requirements. Catering businesses, for example, must navigate the complex regulations that dictate which foods are allowed to be prepared in a home kitchen versus a commercial kitchen. Food trucks must adhere to strict cleaning and overnight parking restrictions. And restaurants must acquire

necessary permits and adhere to applicable city, state and federal food production guidelines. Revolving Kitchen seeks to reduce the required startup costs and minimize the administrative headaches involved in food production. On average, startup costs in the restaurant business can run up to hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not more. Revolving Kitchen manages the challenge of sourcing leased food production spaces by providing affordable, privately-leased commercial kitchens at a fraction of the cost food producers would normally incur. “The fact is that while the food industry as a whole is evolving like never before, the current model for food production facilities is stuck in the past,” Shin said. “Up-and-coming food concept

designers looking to launch their product and established restaurants hoping to expand their mobile app delivery services need not spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to open their own commercial kitchen—or incur the numerous risks involved in doing so. Revolving Kitchen provides private, state-of-the-art kitchens for businesses to rent on an asneeded basis. We are the AirBnb of the food industry.”

Revolving Kitchen is conveniently located near I-635 and Skillman St. and anticipates its grand opening in January 2019. To accommodate the growing number of clients, Revolving Kitchen is now accepting member applications. Please visit www. revolvingkitchen.com for further information.

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Employment Statistics & Workforce Development Garland Employment Statistics 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Labor Force

123,258 122,764 118,492 118,516 118,737 117,877 117,392 115,742 106,982 106,645 106,965 108,142 110,313

Employed 118,794 118,036 113,473 112,126 110,906 109,813 108,002 106,130 98,070 101,082 102,215 102,812 104,329

Not Employed

Garland’s workforce has the specialized skills necessary for future growth in the nation’s most promising industries – healthcare, renewable technology, and wireless communications – as well as garland’s historic foundation in manufacturing and fabrication. More than 120,000 skilled employees make up the workforce in Garland, Texas, more than 75 percent of which have a high school or college education. With such a diversity of industries offering employment, there are a variety of opportunities for job seekers. Garland is also home to a campus of Richland College, which has partnered with the Garland Economic Development Partnership for many years to offer grantfunded training to area employers.

Rate

4,464 4,728 5,019 6,390 7,831 8,064 9,390 9,612 8,912 5,563 4,750 5,330 5,984

3.6 3.9 4.2 5.4 6.6 6.8 8.0 8.3 8.3 5.2 4.4 4.9 5.4

Texas Workforce Pro�ile Occupational Title

Total, All Occupa�ons Management Business and Financial Opera�ons Computer and Mathema�cal Architecture and Engineering Life, Physical, and Social Science Community and Social Service Legal Educa�on, Training, and Library Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Healthcare Prac��oners and Technical Healthcare Support Protec�ve Service Food Prepara�on and Serving Related Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Personal Care and Service Sales and Related Office and Administra�ve Support Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Construc�on and Extrac�on Installa�on, Maintenance, and Repair Produc�on Transporta�on and Material Moving

Est. Mean Employment Wage 1,717,300 79,130 115,270 83,600 32,790 6,610 12,480 15,290 73,070 24,110 88,980 42,420 41,660 138,090 50,050 42,960 179,660 325,270 1,850 71,070 68,140 86,640 138,160

54,049 138,630 82,640 92,457 95,328 77,232 55,583 124,336 56,459 56,707 80,953 32,062 42,593 25,277 26,040 24,426 49,931 39,848 26,160 42,248 47,624 35,290 39,198

Entry Wage

22,102 69,181 48,310 54,617 53,803 37,775 34,800 54,847 28,814 26,737 41,356 20,357 20,469 17,396 18,238 17,370 19,310 24,027 17,501 27,203 29,325 21,112 21,107

Exp. Wage

70,023 173,354 99,805 111,378 116,091 96,961 65,975 159,081 70,281 71,692 100,751 37,915 53,655 29,217 29,941 27,953 65,242 47,758 30,490 49,771 56,773 42,378 48,244

PCT10 Wage 19,234 60,362 43,794 47,097 46,129 32,660 32,020 48,426 22,800 22,768 35,065 18,681 18,841 16,638 17,313 16,484 17,694 21,541 16,842 25,342 26,399 19,442 19,359

PCT25 Wage 25,450 83,650 56,613 65,400 63,984 45,710 39,874 63,609 34,736 31,473 49,576 22,703 22,819 18,077 19,569 17,724 21,282 27,556 18,483 30,520 33,330 23,667 23,693

PCT 50 Wage

39,942 119,424 74,670 90,073 86,492 66,298 52,807 102,032 54,788 48,237 68,305 29,073 34,183 21,078 23,069 19,876 33,163 36,273 21,579 38,258 43,918 30,988 31,944

PCT75 Wage

65,786 169,456 99,285 117,869 120,434 96,737 66,346 161,904 67,856 71,209 95,314 37,051 55,981 28,547 29,140 25,455 61,717 48,557 26,257 50,076 58,340 42,143 45,738

PCT90 Wage 104,724 128,481 143,286 155,530 126,087 84,152 83,633 99,736 135,424 46,981 79,725 41,763 38,478 41,876 100,787 62,174 39,727 65,084 75,050 57,793 64,002

* Texas Workforce Development Area (WDA) Wages, Occupational — Employment Statistics Program, Data benchmarked to 2017

Year

Establishments and Employees Accommoda�on and Food Services Administra�ve and Support and Waste Management and Remedia�on Services Arts, Entertainment, and Recrea�on Construc�on Educa�onal Services Finance and Insurance Government (Local, State & Fed) Health Care and Social Assistance Informa�on Management of Companies and Enterprises

2018 Employment 7,744

7,747 843 8,240 1,639 1,973 13,808 10,118 400 186

Industry Segments

Manufacturing Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extrac�on Other Services (except Public Administra�on) Professional, Scien�fic, and Technical Services Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Retail Trade Transporta�on and Warehousing U�li�es Wholesale Trade TOTAL

To learn more about employment in Garland, visit www.GarlandTexas.org

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2018 Employment 10,344 75 3,654 3,261 2,169 11,859 2,345 124 3,828

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U N PA R A L L E L E D Preparation for Life

Offering the area’s only triple-credit firefighting and EMT courses, Garland ISD’s Gilbreath-Reed Career and Technical Center (GRCTC) also boasts more than 90 other advanced-level Career and Technical Education offerings. All taught by industry experts in a state-of-the-art learning environment, the GRCTC serves juniors and seniors from all seven Garland ISD high schools. Sophomores may also participate in culinary arts and firefighting courses. When students complete the GRCTC’s unique, three-year firefighting and EMT program, they not only earn a high school diploma.

They also receive up to 31 credit hours toward an associate degree, as well as a Fire Science Certificate, from El Centro College (ECC) and training to take the Texas Commission on Fire Protection exam and City of Garland civil service exam.

Started in 2017, this new program is already celebrating its first nationally registered and certified EMT student. It has also been named an Innovation of the Year for ECC, and two students received Community Action Awards from the Garland Fire Department.


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Additional GRCTC courses include: Accounting Architectural Design Business Management Certified Medical Assisting Cybersecurity Computer Maintenance Computer Programming Culinary Arts – Pastry and Dining Dental Assisting Electrical Technology Engineering Entrepreneurship Fashion Design Financial Analysis Game Design Graphic Design and Illustration Hospitality Services Information Technology Insurance Operations Interior Design Logistics and Supply Chain Management Manufacturing Marketing Metal Fabrication and Machining Medical Front Office Networking Outdoor Power – Small Engine Technology Pharmacology Pharmacy Technician Printing and Imaging Technology Project Management Robotics Securities and Investments Veterinary Technician Web Design Web Technologies

The Best in Education The Garland Independent School District exists as a diverse community with a shared vision that serves to provide an exceptional education to all of its students. Spanning the cities of Garland, Rowlett and Sachse, GISD educates more than 57,000 students and employs more than 7,500 staff members. Big-city benefits, small-town feel

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• One of the largest districts in Dallas-Fort Worth

• Graduation rate higher than state and national averages

• 15.6:1 student:teacher ratio

• Multiple students named National Merit Scholars every year

History of excellence dating back over 100 years • Overall district rating of B from TEA • Multiple campuses earning all available distinction designations from TEA 100% highly qualified teachers, including industry experts • Average teacher experience 11.2 years • Staff with master’s and doctorate degrees - more than 30%

Visit www.garlandisdschools.net/grctc for more information.

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• 8 campuses named National Blue Ribbon Schools a total of 13 times • 3 AVID National Demonstration Schools • 9 Best Community for Music Education Titles • High schools ranked among the best by U.S. News and World Report, Niche.com and The Washington Post • Elementaries ranked among the top performing in Texas by Children at Risk


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Unrivaled Choice of School With several magnet and innovative programs, Garland ISD is challenging its families to change their thinking about education. Instead of attendance zones determining which schools students attend, GISD offers the most robust Choice of School program in the nation, allowing families to attend any campus in the district—whether it’s down the street or across town. Want the Montessori experience without the private school price? Want to study dance or robotics, automotive repair or medicine? Find your fit based on individual interests, learning styles, friends, neighborhoods, and much more. Opportunities to customize your education include: Academy for Excellence • Advanced language, social studies, math and science coursework that meets the needs of students requiring accelerated instruction • Students develop artistic talents through a sequence of enriched art, theater, band, orchestra and choir courses Academy of Visual and Performing Arts • Advanced courses in music, theater and film that prepare students for performing arts careers Accelerated Math and Science • Allows students to advance faster, taking more math and science classes throughout high school • Students choose one of three tracks: Math/Science, Fast Math/Science or Super Fast Math/Science

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) • A college readiness program designed to prepare students for advanced-level courses • Students receive additional training in writing, study skills, note-taking and critical analysis Air Force JROTC • A leadership development program training students in aerospace science, citizenship and health/fitness • Two years can earn college credit or a military rank if enlisting Career and Technical Education • Over 200 courses that allow students to explore career fields and gain employable skills. They can also earn certifications and licensing to be able to land a job or earn additional college credit upon graduation

Classical • In addition to reading and writing, curriculum focuses on character education and leadership development • Piano, dance, gymnastics and Latin courses allow students to explore alternative fine arts and language interests Collegiate Academy • Allows qualifying students to earn a free associate degree simultaneously with a high school diploma Dual Credit • Advanced courses that offer both high school and college credit Dual Language • Students receive 50 percent of their instruction in English and 50 percent in Spanish Global Business, Language and Leadership • Mandarin Chinese classes encourage students to be bilingual or multilingual • In addition to international business, finance and marketing curriculum, students have the ability to study abroad International Baccalaureate (IB) • Advanced courses in English, a second language, history, science, mathematics and the arts that prepare students to be globally competitive

Mandarin Chinese Language and Leadership • Mandarin Chinese immersion teaches students to read, write and speak both languages fluently • In addition to leadership development, curriculum also provides practical life experience Math, Science and Technology (MST) • Project-based learning allows students to take education into their own hands, applying classroom concepts to solve problems with real-world applications • Students use laptops, iPads, Smart Boards and other digital tools to produce high-quality, collaborative products Montessori • Classrooms contain multisensory materials rather than textbooks, and children move around the room at their own pace, studying art, geography, history, language, math, music, science, etc., in interdisciplinary applications • Grade levels are grouped together, forming communities in which older children spontaneously share their knowledge with younger peers National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) • Rewards students with $100 for each score of three or higher on a math, science or English Advanced Placement exam

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EDUCATION TRANSFORMS LIVES Believing that education transforms lives, Garland ISD recently implemented the innovative, new Accelerating Campus Excellence (ACE) program at two of its campuses. Handley Elementary School and Lyles Middle School launched ACE in 2018-19, providing students a proven platform for closing achievement and opportunity gaps. GISD is just the fourth district in Texas to implement ACE, which focuses on strategic staffing and student support. New features for ACE campuses include an extended school day, allowing for increased instructional time to focus on critical subjects like English and math, tutoring, homework help and more. ACE campuses also stay open until 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, offering a variety of enrichment activities.

Because a priority of the program is to offer social and emotional care, many other basic needs are also provided. Some of these include discounted uniforms, breakfast, lunch and dinner, and free evening transportation on Monday through Thursday for students who stay until 6 p.m. Additionally, the team of highly effective educators recruited for these campuses were hand-picked from across GISD, offered an opportunity to earn financial incentives and the chance to co-build a dynamic and transformative learning environment alongside talented peers. “We have seen such an incredible transformation,” said Chief Academic Officer Jovan Wells. “We look forward to the continued and increased success that our students and campuses will experience as part of ACE.”

ONE GOAL. ONE FOCUS. What is the impact of more than 8,000 employees uniting to achieve one common goal? Profound. In Garland ISD, the district is collaboratively focused on ensuring all students graduate prepared for college, careers and life. The GISD Board of Trustees adopted this shared objective in 2018, which also includes per-

formance targets for areas such as early literacy, English language acquisition, scientific understanding, mathematical proficiency, post-secondary readiness and student management. To view all of the targets, please visit bit.ly/gisdgoal and join us as #goaldiggers for student success.

PARTNER WITH US Community involvement in our schools is vital to student success. From becoming a business partner to volunteering at a campus to taking advantage of a parent education course, there are a variety of ways you can get involved. For more than a quarter century, the Garland ISD Education Foundation (GEF) has provided resources to support and enrich education for all students. Without strong partnerships with community organizations, GEF could not fulfill its mission to award grants and scholarships to district staff and students. Make an impact through GEF by making a donation, participating in the annual Golf Tournament, creating a scholarship, or honoring a loved one with a commemorative brick at the Curtis Culwell Center. Visit www.gisdedfoundation.org for details. You can also help make a difference in the life of a child by volunteering at a district campus. Read to a student, assist during an after-school activity, or speak to a class about your profession–any of these activities are appreciated and welcome. Want to get started? Visit www.garlandisd.net/volunteer to complete an application. Research indicates that parents who are active members in their child’s education are essential to academic progress. In Garland ISD, we want you to partner with us to help your child excel. The district’s Family and Community Engagement Department offers workshops throughout the year. These special classes help with effective parenting strategies, involvement ideas, and tips to encourage student success in school and life. See upcoming events at www.garlandisd.net/face.

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A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND LEARN • Access to six different world language options • Gifted and talented programming, fine arts and extracurriculars at every grade level • School Resource Officers and hightech security at every campus • iPads for all high school students and Chromebooks for middle schoolers • Free PSAT, SAT, AP and IB tests • JA BizTown® simulated city that teaches all sixth-graders entrepreneurship, financial literacy, civic responsibility and leadership • Partnership with Dallas County Promise to pay for college for thousands of seniors • Nearly $62 million in scholarships earned by Class of 2018 • One of just eight Texas districts to hold Moody’s highest credit rating of Aaa • Reading with Rodney mobile library visits neighborhoods, apartment complexes, schools and community centers • Parent workshops and resources • Hundreds of opportunities to earn college credit and career training • Teacher salaries above the state average, with beginning teachers starting at $53,000 • Enrollment open to children and grandchildren of nonresident employees • Low-cost employee clinic • The state’s first Stemformation and AVID Excel middle schools

• Recognized by The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation for AP access and success • Teachers selected to state and national boards and committees • Local, state, national and international winners at academic, Career and Technical Education, and visual and performing arts competitions • Athletes that sign National Letters of Intent with Division I colleges

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INNOVATION IN EDUCATION Brings Drone Pilot Apprenticeships to Nor th Texas Drones are everywhere … in the skies as fireworks for the Fourth of July, overhead checking power lines during Texas ice storms, in the air checking crime scenes and over neighborhoods and parks for recreational purposes. Regardless of application, drones are here to stay in the workplace and at home – and the need for qualified drone pilots will only increase in the future. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Labor, RMS Aerospace and the Texas Workforce Commission formalized a partnership in 2018 that marked the start of the first DOL registered apprenticeship in unmanned aerial systems, or UAS. “This partnership is the result of a collaborative effort to bring the nation’s first registered apprenticeship in unmanned aerial systems to North Texas,” Mark Hays, DCCCD’s vice chancellor for workforce and economic development, said. “We at DCCCD are thrilled to be part of this leading-edge technology and also to be helping North Texas residents obtain skills in UAS technologies. RMS Aerospace and the U.S. Department of Labor have been exemplary partners, and we couldn’t be more proud to serve as part of this team.” Hays added, “DCCCD and RMS Aerospace are committed to making North Texas the ‘Silicon Valley’ of drone technologies.

This partnership will benefit our residents by enabling them to obtain excellent jobs as well as providing the latest technologies that will benefit a multitude of companies throughout our region.”

Speaking to the value of innovation in education, Hays remarked, “This partnership is an example of how higher education must be at the forefront of encouraging innovation in our economy.

DCCCD and Addison-based RMS Aerospace will collaborate to implement and operate the nation’s first integrated drone education program; its mission is to produce standardized, safe and professional UAS operators for government and commercial industries. “This apprenticeship is the first program operated outside the U.S. military that will provide a comprehensive training experience: airmanship, geographic information systems (GIS) mapping technology, payload, project management and information processing,” Russell Julian, CEO of RMS Aerospace, said. “Apprentices who are enrolled in the UAS program will earn four marketable licenses granted by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Federal Communications Commission.”

That doesn’t necessarily mean that higher education comes up with innovative products and ideas, but it must not stand in the way of them either.

At a signing ceremony in July 2018, RMS Aerospace also announced the implementation of the North Texas Unmanned Aerial Systems Center of Excellence, which will serve as an accelerator for drone technology by creating job growth and economic development in the North Texas region. DCCCD will assist with those efforts. “The center also will provide support efforts related to the region’s existing UAS firms by accelerating the movement of their technologies and services from concept to market,” according to RMS Aerospace.

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Encouraging students to think entrepreneurially, even though they may never be entrepreneurs themselves, is critical if our workforce is to be competitive. Higher education programs must foster critical thinking and innovative ideas.”

For more information, contact Russell Julian, CEO at RMS Aerospace, at apprenticeship@rmsaerospace.com or call him at 214-860-5923. To contact DCCCD, send an email to Mark Hays at mhays@dcccd.edu. This content was originally published by Ann Hatch and was modified and reprinted with permission.


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Residential Real Estate Incorporated in 1891, the city of Garland is home to about 238,000 residents, making it the fifth largest city in the DFW Metroplex and twelfth largest in Texas. As part of the fourth-largest region in the nation, one that continues to attract new business, corporate expansions and hundreds of new residents every day, the city of Garland prides itself on its strength of industry as well as its diverse neighborhoods and offers residents the best of both urban and suburban living. According to the 2018 study by Money-Rates.com, Texas ranks third among all 50 states for the Best Places to Make a Living. The study’s rankings are based on each state’s average salary, cost of living, employment rate and workplace conditions. Garland itself ranks number 13 on the list of Hardest-Working Cities in America, and in the top 50 on a WalletHub list of 2018’s Best Places to Find a Job, which is no surprise given the community’s focus on sustainable economic development. The range of diverse opportunities available and the affordable cost of living invites people from all corners of the world to call Garland home.

Attractive Housing Options In conjunction with the rapid growth of the North Texas region, the city has taken proactive steps to provide excellent opportunities for its residents who enjoy living and working here. Garland offers a wide variety of housing options, many of which expanded in 2018 to accommodate new residents and changing demand in the D-FW market. In fact, as of the end of 2018, 13 residential developments were under construction, or had been approved for construction, including apartment complexes like the City Square Lofts in Downtown Garland, and single-family home subdivisions like Riverset, which is at the southwest corner of Buckingham and Shiloh.

Garland Resident’s Tax Burden Taxes not imposed by the City of Garland or the State of Texas: Personal Income Tax, State Property Tax, Local Occupation Tax, Local Wage Tax, Gross Receipts Tax

Property Tax Rates*

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Garland ISD $ 1.46 Dallas County $ 0.2431 Hospital District $ 0.2794 College District $ 0.124238 City of Garland $ 0.7046 Total $ 2.8113 *Per $100 in assessed value

Projects Under Construction or Approved for Construction

• Palladium Garland Apartments • Riverset • Enclave at Firewheel • Campfire Crossing • City Square Lofts • Towers and Mansions at Spring Creek • North Country Club Estates • Firewheel Senior Living • Heron’s Bay Phase 3 • Gramercy Park • Riverplace • Lavon Senior Villas • Hidden Oaks Townhomes

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“Quite simply, it’s easy to live in Garland,” Malinda Howell said. Howell is the sales manager of Ebby Halliday Realtors’ Richardson–190 Office, a regional powerhouse office that serves the housing needs of Garland and beyond. “Our region is one of the most affordable in the country. Residents enjoy a high standard of living, with consistently lower costs for housing, groceries, transportation and health care compared to other major U.S. metropolitan areas.” During the past decade, the Dallas-Fort Worth region has been among the nation’s fastest-growing areas, attracting significant job and population growth. That population growth has fueled real estate development and brought many new residents to Garland. Today, it’s one of only four D-FW suburbs with populations exceeding 200,000, and offers residents and newcomers an abundance of choices as they search for the home that best fits their needs. Based on the cost of housing compared to median family income, home prices in Garland remain some of the most affordable in the country. The bottom line for families is that a dollar buys more square feet per home in Garland while offering a superb quality of life.

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A Convenient Way to Reach the City

Garland Offers App for City Service Requests EAssist, an app available from the City of Garland, is an easy way for residents to connect with the City to submit service requests, access news and information, and see other nearby requests in progress. EAssist also is available on the City’s website, GarlandTX. gov. Approximately 60 different service request types are available to residents. “A resident can simply enter the request type and select the location using their device’s GPS capabilities, and then it automatically routes it to the City department for resolution,” said Kevin Slay, Managing Director of Customer Service. “We will keep looking for ways to expand and improve the mobile app and online options.” Once the app is downloaded, users will be required to create an account using an email address or linking to their Facebook accounts. Once created, users can set what type of notifications they receive, how they are delivered, and several other customizations.

EAssist Garland is available now for free download at the Apple App and Google Play Stores.

“EAssist empowers our residents,” Slay said. “This mobile app creates a direct link from the resident to City Hall in a simple, streamlined way.”

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GETTING SETTLED IN GARLAND | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 PHONE NUMBERS TO KEEP ON FILE CITY OF GARLAND CONTACTS City of Garland Main Number ...........................972-205-2000

Helpful Community Information SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS TO FOLLOW One of the best and most immediate ways to stay up to date on news, events and special announcements in Garland is to follow your community on social media! Check out these Twitter accounts for fun, relevant content that will keep you aware of all the great things happening in Garland.

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LOCATIONS TO KNOW Charles E. Duckworth Utility Services Building Walk-in payments and customer service account assistance 217 N Fifth St, Garland TX 75040 Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Mon-Fri) CITY DEPARTMENTS Animal Services...................................................972-205-3570 Building Inspection..............................................972-205-2300 Carver Senior Center...........................................972-205-3305 City Secretary.......................................................972-205-2404 Code Compliance................................................972-485-6400 Convention & Visitors Bureau.............................972-205-2749 Crimestoppers...................................................... 972-272-TIPS Downtown Senior Center...................................972-205-2769 Economic Development Department................972-205-3800 Fire Non-emergency....................................... 972-781-7100 Garage Sale Permits............................................972-485-6400 Health Department.............................................972-205-3460 Light & Sign Repair..............................................972-205-3483 Mayor’s Office.....................................................972-205-2400 Municipal Courts.................................................972-205-2330 Neighborhood Services.......................................972-205-3310 Neighborhood Vitality.........................................972-205-3864 Nicholson Memorial Library System...................972-205-2500 Police Non-emergency................................... 972-485-4840 Parks & Recreation..............................................972-205-2750 Planning Department..........................................972-205-2445 Public & Media Relations....................................972-205-2875 Streetlight Repair.................................................972-205-3483 Traffic Signal Malfunction...................................972-205-3250 OTHER Birth, Death & Marriage Certificates..................214-643-4773 Driver’s License & Vehicle Registration..............214-861-2000 DART....................................................................214-979-1111 NTTA Toll Tags......................................................972-818-6882 Tax Office.............................................................972-205-2410 United States Postal Service...............................972-276-6541 ASSISTANCE Al-Anon & Alateen...............................................214-363-0461 Alcoholics Anonymous........................................972-530-9790 Child Protective Service......................................800-252-5400 Garland Family Outreach....................................972-840-8555 Galaxy Counseling Center...................................972-272-4429 Garland Area Rehabilitation Center...................972-272-6526 Health & Human Services...................................972-681-9778 Life Abilities, Inc...................................................214-586-1502 Life Message........................................................877-518-1000 New Beginning Center........................................972-276-0423 Runaway Hotline.................................................800-621-4000 Urban League of Greater Dallas & North Central Texas, Inc .............................................................................214-413-1720 EMPLOYMENT City 24-Hour Job Hotline.....................................972-205-2475 Day Labor Center.................................................972-864-1729 Social Security Administration............................800-772-1213 Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas...................972-276-8361

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Business of Healthcare: Next Generation Procedures By Glenn Robinson, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Hillcrest When it comes to technology that makes our lives better — from computers to cell phones — the trend has been smaller, faster, better. When it comes to next generation medical procedures being rolled out nationwide, that trend has largely been mirrored. Procedures that once took hours, now may take only minutes. And procedures that once involved long, unsightly incisions are now being conducted with tiny tools that may only require an incision the size of a razor nick. Perhaps nowhere have these advancements been more pronounced than in heart care and orthopedic medicine. Take, for example, procedures to repair or replace damaged valves in the heart. Ten years ago, these procedures often involved major invasive surgery, a week or more in the hospital and months of recovery. Today, many of the nation’s leading heart programs — including right here in Texas — offer solutions for certain valve problems that are so minimally invasive, qualified patients can leave the hospital in a little as one day and be fully recovered within a matter of weeks.

Similarly, major orthopedic procedures, particularly in the field of joint replacement, have come a long way since the turn of the century. Advances in pre-procedure imaging, artificial devices and operational technique have led to artificial hips and knees that feel as good as the original with a fraction of the recovery time. These, and many other, innovative procedures are creating better outcomes and giving more patients the opportunity to improve their quality of life. And that’s a trend that never goes out of style.

From Scrubbing.in: Hands-on Health Care Discussions by Baylor Scott & White Health, Sept. 19, 2017. This report is part of the Business of Health Care series and was published on Scrubbing.in and broadcast on KWBU.org. Content was reprinted with permission.

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Healthcare in Garland Garland is served regionally by the Baylor Scott & White health care system, Methodist Richardson Medical Center, Garland Behavioral Hospital, Hope Clinic of Garland, a number of specialty clinics, assisted living facilities, dental practices, urgent care clinics, and a variety of other industry leading health care providers. If you’re looking for a local health care provider, see the last section of the Garland Guide for a list of providers that are active Garland Chamber members.

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Transportation Options Getting Around in Garland Stretching from northern Dallas County into southern Collin County, Garland, Texas offers the best of what these diverse North Texas regions have to offer. The city is connected to the world through the DFW International and Love Field Airports, both of which are less than 40 minutes away. Garland also has two rail stations of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit system, DART bus service and an extensive network of major highways and interstates. Located at the crossing of two key heavy freight lines and both regional and interstate transportation corridors, Garland is a powerful part of the regional economy.

Regional/Interstate Roadways When considering commute times to many major employment areas and local attractions, Garland is a practical choice for residents. Bordered by two major highways, President George Bush Turnpike (190) and Lyndon B Johnson Freeway (635), residents have quick access to the entire region. In recent years, the NTTA completed the final phase of a project that extends the western PGBT terminus south to Interstate 20 through the city of Grand Prairie, forming a half loop around the city of Dallas. Now, the competitive advantage of Garland’s central location will be further enhanced as the PGBT Widening Project will include widening of the PGBT from north of Belt Line Road (Irving) to State Highway 78 to four lanes in each direction. Construction began in June 2017 to add a fourth lane from SH 78 to U.S. 75 and in July 2017 for DNT to I-35E. Completion of the entire project is anticipated in late 2019.

primarily centered on the distribution of cotton and onions, and telephone/telegraph services. Heavy rail and passenger rail lines continue to play an important role in Garland’s future development. The development of the Union Pacific Inland Port in Southern Dallas over the next 30 years promises to increase Class I rail traffic throughout the Union Pacific system, including shortline feeders such as the Dallas-GarlandNortheastern Railroad.

Public Transportation Options Garland has two light rail stations linking residents and employees with the region. Located in the heart of two of Garland’s largest employment centers, the Forest/Jupiter and Downtown Light Rail Stations serve more than 3,000 riders each weekday. The City continues to encourage higher intensity residential, retail and employment uses adjacent to the stations for its near and long-term economic growth. Adding further connectivity and convenience, DART’s Blue Line extension connects Downtown Garland with Downtown Rowlett, and the final Orange Line segment links the country’s longest light rail system to the world’s third-busiest airport at the DFW Airport Station. The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) Mobility 2030 Plan also recommends study of the Kansas City Southern rail corridor north from Downtown Garland to Lake Lavon to accommodate future passenger rail needs (Wylie). This could ultimately give Garland three DART rail stations, further interweaving the city into the center of the Metroplex. Garland also features an extensive bus service which connects to the surrounding DFW Metroplex.

Heavy Rail Before the Great Depression, the Santa Fe (now Kansas City Southern) and MK&T Railroads (who later merged with Union Pacific) wrote the history of Garland’s business expansion,

For more information about Dallas Area Rapid Transit and the services available, visit www.dart.org.

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Whether you’re shopping for designer apparel, hunting down the best barbecue in the DFW area or looking for a fun way to spend a Saturday afternoon, you’re sure to find whatever you seek in Garland, Texas! Check out some these hot spots to get a taste of Garland’s local flavor and flair! Historic Downtown Square

Hawaiian Falls

Harbor Point

Experience the historical charm of browsing through a variety of specialty shops and sampling the flavors of local eateries located on and around the square. Visit establishments such as regional favorite barbecue spot Intrinsic Smokehouse & Brewery, Wild Grace, Rowlett Flowers & Gifts, Rosalind Coffee Co., Baker’s Main Street Furniture, Roach Feed & Seed and more.

With an annual attendance of nearly 200,000 guests and providing more than 200 summer jobs each season, the “flagship” of the Hawaiian Falls parks has experienced steady growth since opening in 2003.

Bass Pro Shops, one of America’s premier outdoor retailers, anchors the 28-acre Harbor Point retail development on the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard. Bass Pro hosts seminars and classes on everything from fishing and hunting to learning about the outdoors.

The square also hosts various family-friendly events throughout the year, including outdoor movies, concerts, car shows, The Urban Flea, and the City’s famous “Christmas on the Square.”

With the goal of “bringing families closer together,” Hawaiian Falls Garland boasts a Lazy River, a multi-level rainforest play structure with a 1,000-gallon bucket, a 6-story slide tower with two speed slides and two twisting tube slides, a multi-lane mat racer slide, a four-story Hawaiian Half-Pipe slide, a football field sized wavepool, a twin-tube Torpedo body slide, and more.

150 N. 6th St. Garland, TX 75040 www.downtowngarland.org

4550 North Garland Ave., Garland, TX 75040 972-675-8888 — www.hfalls.com

Firewheel Golf Park

Lakewood Brewing Co.

Firewheel Town Center

At Firewheel Golf Park, golfers can enjoy their choice of 63 holes of championship-caliber golf on three diverse courses: Lakes, Old and Bridges. Together these courses fill the 600 acres that compose the largest complex of golf courses in Texas and the third-largest in the United States.

Get a look behind the scenes at how craft beer is made at Lakewood Brewery & Taproom. A variety of Lakewood beers, including special seasonal and limited release offerings, are available for purchase in the taproom and brewery tours are free to the public every Saturday and Sunday. Grab your favorite brew, sit back, relax and enjoy the unique scene of the outdoor Beer Garden, featuring food trucks and live music on the weekends. Want to bring a crowd? The taproom and beer garden are open for birthday parties, business events, or even weddings. Private rental rates vary by scope of event.

This open-air, mixed-use development contains apartments, department stores, a children’s playground, a coy fish pond, a fountain, specialty retail, office space, unique restaurants and entertainment. Catch a movie at the 18-screen AMC Theatre or paint a masterpiece while sipping a glass of wine at Pinot’s Palette. From specialty boutiques like James Avery to major retailers like Dillard’s, Macy’s and Barnes & Noble, you’re sure to find whatever you’re shopping for at Firewheel Town Center. When it’s time to take a break, pull up a chair at Gloria’s Latin Cuisine, Houlihan’s, Bar Louie or one of many other dining options.

2302 Executive Dr. Garland, TX 75041 972-864-2337 — www.lakewoodbrewing.com

245 Cedar Sage Dr., Suite 220 Garland, TX 75040 972-495-8085 — www.simon.com

The Garland Chamber of Commerce is one of many organizations that uses Firewheel as the venue for its annual golf tournament, but you don’t have to have the perfect swing to take advantage of this hot spot. The golf park is also home to Jerry Andrews pavilion and The Branding Iron restaurant, both of which are excellent options for meetings, parties or receptions. 600 W. Campbell Road, Garland, TX 75044 972-205-2795 — www.golffirewheel.com

If your idea of being outdoors is sitting on a patio with a drink in your hand, the development is also home to restaurants like Primo’s, the Flying Saucer and Texas Land & Cattle, all of which offer outdoor seating overlooking the lake. 5001 Bass Pro Dr Garland, TX 75043 469-221-2600

For more retailers, restaurants and entertainment options, see the business directory in the back section of the publication or search the interactive directory at garlandchamber.com.

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ARTS CENTER

THE ATRIUM

Granville Arts Center 300 N. FIFTH STREET, DOWNTOWN GARLAND

Three unique theatres and an awardwinning special event venue available year-round! PLAZA THEATRE

CONTACT US 972-205-2780 Arts@GarlandTx.gov GarlandArts.com

Firewheel is conveniently located in Garland off the President George Bush Turnpike (State Highway 190). BRIDGES COURSE

1535 E. Brand Road

OLD & LAKES COURSES 600 W. Campbell Road

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the Arts in Garland Experience

Each year, more than 170,000 people visit the Granville Arts Center facilities to attend plays, concerts, meetings, seminars, Chamber of Commerce Luncheons, weddings, receptions, community events and performances of all kinds. Patty Granville, the Arts Center’s namesake, has been the director of the Center since its opening in 1982. Since then, Granville has worked with the City staff and members of the Garland Cultural Arts Commission to fulfill a mission to allocate time and funding to encourage the growth of the cultural arts in Garland.

The “Vision of the Arts” sculpture, installed on Sept. 7, 2018, will further increase the visibility of the arts. The 2.5-ton, 18 foot bronze masterpiece rests at the newly designed entry to the Granville Arts Center. Renowned Dallas artist Barvo was selected to create the piece, expressing a diverse community in celebration of dance, music, theatre and the visual arts.

The Granville Arts Center and Plaza Theatre have been key ingredients to the economic development of downtown and have proved to be a dynamic force in enhancing the quality of life for Garland citizens today and in the future.

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Parks & Recreation The City of Garland has 63 park areas comprising more than 2,800 acres for sports, recreation, and fitness activities. Take advantage of Garland’s parks, natural areas, and recreation facilities to become more active and healthy and get closer to family and friends. For a full listing and interactive map please visit garlandparks.com. Garland’s pools are open from Memorial Day to August 12. Surf & Swim will stay open until Labor Day weekend. Garland is home to three community pools and a wave pool. Each pool offers swim lessons and open swim for people of all ages. Surf and Swim wave pool has something for everyone including Wally’s Cove, a water play area for little surfers, a lot of shade and chairs, delicious eats at the Chill & Grill Café, and swim essentials at the Surf Shop. The City of Garland Senior Services is committed to providing leisure, social, and human service opportunities to Garland seniors. Adults 55 and older can participate in a wide array of educational, social, and physical activity programs in a friendly and comfortable environment. Programs are designed to promote and foster healthy independent living, enhance quality of life and build a sense of belonging and community among older adults. Pick up the Silver Scoop monthly publication at any center.

Carver Senior Center 222 Carver Street 972-205-3305

Senior Activity Center 600 West Avenue A 972-205-2769

Recreation Centers The City of Garland is home to six recreation centers. Each facility offers a variety of programs and services that are enjoyed by all. Fields, Granger, and Hollabaugh Recreation Centers are home to The Body Shop fitness rooms to help you meet your fitness goals. Audubon Recreation Center 342 West Oates Road 972-205-3991

Holford Recreation Center 2314 Homestead Place 972-205-2772

Bradfield Recreation Center 1146 Castle Drive 972-205-2770

Hollabaugh Recreation Center 3925 West Walnut Street 972-205-2721

Fields Recreation Center 1701 Dairy Road 972-205-3090

Granger Recreation Center and Central Park 1310 West Avenue F 972-205-2771

*Closed for Renovations

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hance their well-being in a safe, nurturing environment. TR activities are based upon goals such as increasing independence, socialization, and recreation participation. TR staff also assist in adapting any program offered through Parks & Recreation to meet special needs based on disability.


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Special Events For current dates, times, and information please visit GarlandParks.com and @PlayGarland on social media platforms. For everything Garland, download the VisitGarlandTX app to receive alerts, a full list of attractions and fun events in Garland. Sweetheart Dance is an annual tradition for Dads, grandads, and uncles to develop and enhance relationships with their princesses. Held at The Atrium in Downtown Garland, the Sweetheart Dance is the perfect way to watch your little valentine dance the night away in early February. Easter Egg Hunt The perfect chance for children to bounce their way into Spring! Join in on the fun as children get the chance to hunt for colorful candy and toy filled eggs, bounce around in a jump house, go through the obstacle course, and load up on recreation activity information. This event is held the Thursday before Easter at Central Park. Jazz in the Square Experience a laid back, relaxing evening in beautiful Downtown Garland while soaking in the soothing sounds of Jazz. Bands will be performing on a couple of Thursday nights in May. Performances are from 7-9 p.m. and there is no admission fee. You don’t want to miss it! Come on out to this free event. Fun for the whole family! Bring your chairs and blankets for this cool jazz series in the Square. The Duck Creek Adventure Camp The summer is perfect for the great outdoors at Audubon Recreation Center! Discover and participate in local group adventures. Outdoor activities include repelling, archery, rock climbing, disc golf, fishing, and outdoor cooking. Sounds of Summer Concert Series New in 2018 The Downtown Garland Square is home to a wide variety of sights and sounds from local artists, food and craft vendors, to live music and fireworks to end the night! The best part is, the event is free! Join us we start another summer off right.

I practice family and business law. Jacob@wnrlaw.com 245 Cedar Sage, Suite 240 Garland, TX 75040 (972) 530-2200

EDUCATING YOUNG MUSLIMS SINCE 1989

BRIGHTER HORIZONS ACADEMY

July Parks & Recreation Month The best month is Parks & Recreation Month! A whole month of activities, contests, and special deals to get you outdoors! Events include Movies in the Park, PlayStreets popup activities, Surf & Swim Birthday Bash, and the annual favorite, Family Night Out. Visit our website for details, times, and locations of each activity and event. Garland’s Gone Camping: A Family Campout Grab your tent and head to Audubon Park for a night under the stars with family and friends. Enjoy a night hike, games, s’mores, a campfire, and an outdoor movie. This event is usually held in mid-October. Snacks with Santa Bring your family and friends to Fields Recreation Center for a fun-filled evening of holiday cheer! Enjoy making crafts, playing games and having a snack with Santa and his helpers. This event is held in mid-December. Christmas on the Square Garland gets you in the holiday spirit with its annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on the first Thursday after Thanksgiving and Christmas on the Square festivities throughout the month of December. The festivities include train rides, snow tubing hills, pictures with Santa, holiday shopping and a live ice carving demonstration! Attendees are entertained by Garland ISD school choirs and a variety of other groups while enjoying a variety of seasonal treats. Fun for the whole family, Christmas on the Square is a destination you do not want to miss!

3145 MEDICAL PLAZA DRIVE GARLAND, TX 75044 972-675-2062 I BHAPREP.ORG

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Business Categories

Companies are organized by broad categories, followed by specific subgroups. The page number given below is the page on which the subgroup listings begin.

Advertising & Media

Health Care

Advertising & Marketing......................................... 53 Signs & Banners....................................................... 53 Web Development.................................................. 53

Assisted Living......................................................... 57 Chiropractors........................................................... 57 Dentists................................................................... 57 Dermatology............................................................ 57 Health & Wellness................................................... 57 Hearing Aids............................................................ 58 Home Health........................................................... 58 Hospitals / Clinics / Medical Centers / Emergency Rooms.............................................. 58 Mammography & Radiology.................................... 58 Manufacturing / Adhesives .................................... 58 Medical Provider..................................................... 58 Memory Care.......................................................... 58 Nursing / Rehabilitation.......................................... 58 Occupational Medicine........................................... 58 Optometrists / Optical............................................. 58 Pharmaceuticals...................................................... 58 Pharmacy................................................................. 58 Physician (Specialist)............................................... 58 Rehabilitation & Long-Term Care............................ 58 Retirement Community........................................... 58

Arts, Culture & Entertainment Arts Organization..................................................... 53 Entertainment......................................................... 53 Event Services.......................................................... 53 Golf Courses / Country Clubs.................................. 53

Automotive & Marine Automotive Dealership............................................ 53 Automotive Parts..................................................... 54 Automotive Service / Repair................................... 54 Car Wash Service..................................................... 54 Industrial Supplies / Services................................... 54

Business & Professional Services Accounting Services................................................. 54 Business Consulting / Advisory Groups................... 54 Copier Sales ............................................................ 54 Employment Services.............................................. 54 Human Resources . ................................................. 54 Investments............................................................. 54 Payroll Service......................................................... 55 Printing Services...................................................... 55 Screen Printing........................................................ 55 Tax Services............................................................. 55

Computers & Telecommunications

Data Centers............................................................ 55 Gaming & Simulation.............................................. 55 IT Solutions.............................................................. 55 Telecommunications................................................ 55

Construction Equipment & Contractors Architecture Design & Services............................... 55 Construction............................................................ 55 Engineering............................................................. 55 Roofing Companies................................................. 55

Family, Community & Civic Organizations Child Care Center..................................................... 55 Event Services.......................................................... 55 Non-Profit & Community Organizations.................. 55

Finance & Insurance Banking & Financial Services................................... 55 Credit Unions........................................................... 56 Financial Planning & Services.................................. 56 Insurance & Benefits............................................... 56 Insurance & Financial Services................................ 56 Investments............................................................. 56 Retirement / Financial Planning.............................. 57

Government, Education & Individuals Cities........................................................................ 57 Government / Public Officials.................................. 57 Police Department.................................................. 57 Postal Service ......................................................... 57 Schools / Education................................................. 57

Home & Garden Flooring................................................................... 58 Pest Control Service / Supplies ............................... 58 Plumbing................................................................. 59 Restoration Services................................................ 59

Industrial Supplies & Services Air Conditioning & Heating Sales / Service.............. 59 Building Materials & Products................................. 59 Carpet Cleaning....................................................... 59 Chemical Distributor................................................ 59 Facility / Janitorial Services..................................... 59 Industry Supplies / Services..................................... 59 Medical Provider..................................................... 59 Metal Distributors................................................... 59 Moving Companies.................................................. 59 Warehousing / Logistics.......................................... 59

Legal Attorneys................................................................. 59 Title Companies....................................................... 59

Lodging & Travel

Manufacturing, Production & Wholesale

Manufacturing / Ignition Systems........................... 60 Manufacturing / Industrial Gases............................ 60 Manufacturing / Industrial Springs.......................... 60 Manufacturing / Landscape & Turf Irrigation Equipment..................................... 60 Manufacturing / Medical Devices........................... 60 Manufacturing / Metal Detectors............................ 60 Manufacturing / Metal Powders & Battery Expanders................................. 60 Manufacturing / Metal Products............................. 60 Manufacturing / Off-Road Utility Vehicle................ 61 Manufacturing / Packaging..................................... 61 Manufacturing / Paint & Coating............................. 61 Manufacturing / Plastic Molding............................. 61 Manufacturing / Plating & Metal Finishing............. 61 Manufacturing / Printing......................................... 61 Manufacturing / Satellite Receiving Equipment...... 61 Manufacturing / Semiconductors............................ 61 Manufacturing / Tools............................................. 61 Manufacturing / Western Hats................................ 61 Manufacturing / Western Hats / Dress Hats........... 61 Manufacturing / Windows & Doors........................ 61

Personal Services & Care Fitness Center.......................................................... 61 Florist....................................................................... 61 Funeral Homes / Cemeteries................................... 61

Pets & Veterinary Veterinarians........................................................... 61

Public Utilities & Environment Electrical Service / Repair........................................ 61 Recycling.................................................................. 61 Renewable Energy................................................... 61 Utilities.................................................................... 61 Waste Services........................................................ 61

Real Estate, Moving & Storage Apartment Communities......................................... 61 Moving Companies.................................................. 62 Property Management............................................ 62 Real Estate............................................................... 62 Storage.................................................................... 62

Hotels & Motels....................................................... 59 Tourism.................................................................... 60

Religious Organizations

Manufacturing, Production & Wholesale

Restaurants, Food & Beverages

Manufacturing / Adhesives..................................... 60 Manufacturing / Ceramic Tile.................................. 60 Manufacturing / Cleaning & Sanitizing Products..... 60 Manufacturing / CNC Machining............................. 60 Manufacturing / Concrete Products........................ 60 Manufacturing / Cosmetics..................................... 60 Manufacturing / Countertops................................. 60 Manufacturing / Defense........................................ 60 Manufacturing / Digital Display Equipment............ 60 Manufacturing / Drilling Equipment........................ 60 Manufacturing / Electronics.................................... 60 Manufacturing / Flashlights . .................................. 60 Manufacturing / Food & Beverages........................ 60

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Churches.................................................................. 62

Catering................................................................... 62 Restaurants.............................................................. 62

Shopping & Specialty Retail Batteries / Bulbs...................................................... 63 Convenience Stores................................................. 63 Grocery Stores......................................................... 63 Jewelry.................................................................... 63 Retail....................................................................... 63 Trophies & Awards.................................................. 63 Wholesale Club........................................................ 63

Transportation Transportation......................................................... 63


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Business Directory ADVERTISING & MEDIA ADVERTISING & MEDIA BELO MEDIA GROUP Alex Barnishin............................................. (214) 977-8134 1954 Commerce St, Dallas TX 75201 www.dallasnews.com BIG HIT CREATIVE GROUP Alexis Willis................................................. (972) 850-7312 310 E Interstate 30 Frontage Rd, Suite M108 Garland TX 75043 www.bighitcreative.com BOB LILLY PROMOTIONS Bob Lilly....................................................... (214) 231-2082 4002 W Miller Rd, Suite 140, Garland TX 75041 www.boblillypromo.com JCI CREATIVES Jaren Collins................................................ (918) 402-5766 www.jcicreatives.com LAWSON COMMUNICATIONS Guy Lawson................................................. (972) 414-3322 www.lawsoncomm.com LOGOTOLOGY Monica Scott............................................... (214) 423-4000 1750 Alma Rd, Suite 122, Richardson TX 75081 www.logotology.com SMARTART BRANDING Ruben Amesquita........................................ (214) 647-0276 4854 Olson Dr, Suite D, Dallas TX 75227 www.SmartArtBranding.com THE PAYTON GROUP Jan Furtick................................................... (972) 494-0616 618 W State St, Garland TX 75040 www.thepaytongroup.com TOM SADLER & ASSOCIATES Tom Sadler.................................................. (214) 906-8590 5816 W Plano Pkwy, Plano TX 75093 www.tomsadlerandassociates.com TWO STICKS CREATIVE Scott Moore................................................ (469) 626-1771 4316 Action St, Garland TX 75042 www.twostickscreative.com ZING LLC Kenn Leuzinger............................................ (214) 452-1789 5080 Spectrum Dr, Suite 1000, E Tower, Addison TX 75001 www.zingllc.com

SIGNS & BANNERS DFW HIGHTECH SIGNS Scott Watson............................................... (214) 348-8784 10660 Plano Rd, Suite 118, Dallas TX 75238 www.dfwhightechsigns.com

FASTSIGNS OF MESQUITE Shaley Lucas................................................ (972) 613-1111 1765 N Town East Blvd, Suite 153, Mesquite TX 75150 www.fastsigns.com/2 IRIDESCENCE SIGNS LLC Pauline Rose................................................ (469) 367-0189 2326 S Jupiter Rd, Suite 201, Garland TX 75041 www.irisigns.com

WEB DEVELOPMENT LIFEBLUE Phillip Blackmon.......................................... (972) 984-1899 610 Elm St, Suite 400, McKinney TX 75069 www.lifeblue.com

ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT ARTS ORGANIZATION

URBAN AIR ADVENTURE PARK Malory Sheffield.......................................... (972) 295-9177 3046 Lavon Dr, Suite 129, Garland TX 75040 www.urbanairgarland.com

EVENT SERVICES WILLCARE EVENTS CENTRE - GARLAND, TX Caren Munai............................................... (214) 725-1505 2225 Guthrie Rd, Garland TX 75043

GOLF COURSES / COUNTRY CLUBS FIREWHEEL AT GARLAND Don Kennedy............................................... (972) 205-2795 600 W Campbell Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.golffirewheel.com

AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE AUTOMOTIVE DEALERSHIP

GARLAND CULTURAL ARTS COMMISSION, INC Patty Granville Holcomb............................. (972) 205-2780 300 N Fifth St, Garland TX 75040-4059 www.garlandarts.com

FEAGIN MOTOR CO. Jackie Feagin............................................... (972) 276-1865 2625 Forest Ln, Garland TX 75042

GARLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Marissa Mediati.......................................... (972) 926-0611 PO Box 461204, Garland TX 75046-1204 www.garlandsymphony.org

JUPITER CHEVROLET, INC. Mike Matetich............................................. (972) 271-9900 11611 Interstate 635, Garland TX 75041 www.jupiterchevy.com

ENTERTAINMENT

MASSEY CADILLAC Hector Lebron............................................. (972) 840-4100 11675 LBJ Fwy, Garland TX 75041-3803 www.dallascadillac.com

CELEBRATION STATION Vicki Johnson.............................................. (972) 279-7888 4040 Towne Crossing Blvd, Mesquite TX 75150 www.celebrationstation.com MESQUITE RODEO Travis Wheat............................................... (972) 285-8777 1818 Rodeo Dr, Mesquite TX 75149 www.mesquiterodeo.com PAINTING WITH A TWIST Jennifer McGregor...................................... (972) 468-9370 330 N 6th Street, Suite F, Garland TX 75040 www.paintingwithatwist.com/garland RIDGEWOOD BINGO Judy Michlin................................................ (972) 864-1699 873 W Miller Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.ridgewoodbingo.com

MAZDA OF MESQUITE David Huff................................................... (972) 686-6200 15900 LBJ Fwy, Mesquite TX 75150 www.mazdaofmesquite.com

RANDALL REED’S PRESTIGE FORD

Sheena Sharapata................... (972) 864-3673 www.prestigegarland.com Family owned by Randall & Sherry Reed, they believe good business is all about people. Prestige Ford in Garland is an award-winning dealership, in the top 100, Blue Oval Certified by Ford and Accredited with the Better Business Bureau. 3601 S Shiloh Rd, Garland TX 75041

TEXAS ENTERTAINMENT GROUP Bobby Bradley............................................. (972) 276-6500 103 N Kirby St, Garland TX 75042 www.texasentertainmentgroup.com

RELIABLE CHEVROLET Doug Adams................................................ (972) 952-1561 800 N Central Expy, Richardson TX 75080 www.reliablechevrolet.com

TEXAS SKATIUM Patti Craft.................................................... (972) 240-6455 2020 Rowlett Rd, Garland TX 75043 www.texasskatium.com

RUSTY WALLIS HONDA - VOLKSWAGEN Rusty Wallis................................................. (214) 349-5559 12635 LBJ Fwy, Garland TX 75041 www.rustywallisvw.com

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Jennifer Carroll........................ (972) 613-2200 5031 N Galloway Ave, Mesquite TX 75150 www.trophynissan.com

LIBERTY TAX SERVICE/MONEY SMART TOOLS Rick Brantley............................................... (469) 305-7300 3845 N Garland Ave, Suite 700A, Garland TX 75040 www.MoneySmartTools.com

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS

RAGSDALE, CURTIS AND LAGOW, CPA’S, LLC. Ben Lagow................................................... (972) 278-1554 625 W Centerville Rd, Suite 120, Garland TX 75041 www.rclcpas.com

QUALITY PARTS WAREHOUSE Joe Bray....................................................... (972) 276-0016 224 Haskell Dr, Garland TX 75040

THELEMANN BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE Lloyd Thelemann......................................... (972) 840-0035 www.thelemannbookkeeping-tax.com

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE / REPAIR NORTH TEXAS FLEET SERVICES Mike Karkhoff.............................................. (972) 278-2400 2938 Oakland Ave, Garland TX 75041 www.ntxfleet.com THE BODY SHOP COLLISION REPAIR Jessica Rattan.............................................. (972) 272-8821 2054 Forest Ln, Suite 450, Garland TX 75042 www.thebodyshoptx.com

CAR WASH SERVICE HELLO! DELUXE CARWASH Frank Nuchereno........................................ (214) 683-9450 3335 S Garland Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.hellocarwash.com

WEISMANN & COMPANY, P.C. Scott Weismann.......................................... (972) 404-0608 13601 Preston Rd, Suite 106-W, Dallas TX 75240 www.weismann.com WHITLEY PENN Randy Gregg................................................ (214) 393-9300 8343 Douglas Ave, Suite 400, Dallas TX 75225 www.whitleypenn.com

BUSINESS CONSULTING / ADVISORY GROUPS APPLIED ACCOUNTING DYNAMICS David Shepson............................................ (972) 729-8001 www.AADynamics.net EXPENSE REDUCTION ANALYSTS Kevin Dial..................................................... (469) 444-0398 1421 Pearl River Dr, Flower Mound TX 75028

JERRY’S EXPRESS CAR WASH Jerry Miller.................................................. (817) 953-6100 3331 Arapaho Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.jerrysexpresscarwash.com

FRACTAL SALES SOLUTIONS Karl Berger.................................................. (469) 774-7460 2150 W Northwest Hwy, Suite 114-1004, Grapevine TX 76051 www.linkedin.com/in/karl-berger/

MI-T-FINE CAR WASH, INC. Luke Ramsey............................................... (972) 438-3416 PO Box 153684, Irving TX 75015 www.mitfinecarwash.com

IGNITE THE VISION Nancy Canada............................................. (214) 702-8965 PO Box 41, Rowlett TX 75030 www.ignitethevision.com

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES / SERVICES ACCURA CALIBRATION Michelle Nutt.............................................. (972) 278-7878 2834 W Kingsley Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.accuracal.com

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ACCOUNTING SERVICES CLIFTONLARSONALLEN Nathan Kopecky.......................................... (972) 383-5700 5001 Spring Valley Rd, Suite 600W, Dallas TX 75244 www.CLAconnect.com CLOPTON & COMPANY, CPA Cathy Clopton............................................. (972) 272-6478 610 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.cloptoncpa.com DUNN & DILL CPA’S, P.C. William Dunn.............................................. (972) 485-5333 1225 Thomasville Ct, Garland TX 75044 www.dunndillcpa.com

INFINITY LEADERSHIP SOLUTIONS Dr Harold Hinsley........................................ (972) 278-6717 www.johncmaxwellgroup.com/haroldhinsley/ OLYMPIA CONSULTING, LLC. Robert Rash................................................. (469) 626-5266 5851 Legacy Cir, Suite 600, Plano TX 75024 www.olympia-consulting.net PARTNERS FOR PEOPLE MANAGEMENT / GREAT TEAMS - GREAT RESULTS Julie Alexander............................................ (972) 240-5717 www.GreatTeams-GreatResults.com R SABLICH AND ASSOCIATES Randolph Sablich........................................ (972) 905-9654 www.rsablich.com THISTLE SOLUTIONS INC. Sam Karim................................................... (214) 727-0626 www.askthistle.com WORKFORCE ADVANCE LLC. Sophy George.............................................. (972) 821-3342 www.workforceadvance.com

COPIER SALES

FULFER AND ASSOCIATES, INC. Deonna Fulfer Osborn, CPA........................ (972) 272-8567 331 N Fifth St, Suite 100, Garland TX 75040 www.fulferandassociates.com

DATAMAX INC. Nathan Speight........................................... (972) 432-2300 800 Freeport Pkwy, Suite 400, Coppell TX 75019 www.datamaxtexas.com

HUBER PRATER AND HENSON, P.C. Jerry Prater.................................................. (972) 840-1516 9330 LBJ Fwy, Suite 280, Dallas TX 75243 www.hphcpa.com

NOVACOPY, INC. Daniel Clayton............................................. (972) 536-1507 4251 W John Carpenter Fwy, Irving TX 75063 www.novacopy.com

JON W. SIX, C.P.A. Jon Six.......................................................... (972) 272-6666 1123 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.jonsixcpa.com

THE STEWART ORGANIZATION Kevin Richards............................................. (972) 652-3239 2300 Gateway Dr, Irving TX 75063 www.stewartorg.com

LANE GORMAN TRUBITT, LLC Lucas LaChance........................................... (214) 461-1467 2626 Howell St, 7th Floor, Dallas TX 75204 www.lgt-cpa.com

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EMPLOYMENT SERVICES ABUNDANT SOLUTIONS Nick Vinella................................................. (214) 217-6888 1100 Jupiter Rd, Suite 118, Plano TX 75074 www.abundantjobs.com CAMDEN, CAMDEN & ASSOCIATES Sonja Camden............................................. (214) 863-8973 10925 Estate Ln, Suite W219, Dallas TX 75238 www.camdencamden.com CORE PERSONNEL Adriana Acosta............................................ (214) 764-6360 13154 Coit Rd, Suite 200, Dallas TX 75240 www.cpoftexas.com EMPLOYEE SOLUTIONS Andrew Hill.................................................. (214) 420-8367 3585 National Dr, Plano TX 75025 www.employeesolutions.com EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT PROFESSIONALS Johnny Clark................................................ (972) 681-1609 911 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.expresspros.com

GROVE STAFFING SERVICES, INC.

Debbie Komp........................... (972) 226-1234 608 W I30, Suite 421, Garland TX 75043 www.grove-temporary.com INTUITIVE STAFFING Mike Flanagan............................................. (214) 341-8005 10825 Plano Rd, Suite 3, Dallas TX 75238 www.intuitivestaffingllc.com PDQ STAFFING Thelma Garcia............................................. (972) 926-0939 13657 Jupiter Rd, Suite 109, Dallas TX 75238 www.pdqtemporaries.com PRO-TECH STAFFING SERVICES Raul Cantero............................................... (972) 234-0505 2150 E Arapaho Rd, Suite 100, Richardson TX 75081 www.protechstaffing.com RECRUITER EXCHANGE Brisa Renteria.............................................. (214) 954-7564 1900 Jay Ell Dr. Suite 104 Richardson TX 75081 www.recruiterexchange.com STAFF FORCE PERSONNEL SERVICES, INC. Brenda Martinez......................................... (214) 503-9442 9786 Skillman St, Dallas TX 75243 www.staff-force.com THE DANIEL GROUP Kristin Barron.............................................. (972) 247-6746 9330 LBJ Fwy, Suite 260, Dallas TX 75243 www.danielgroupus.com VERYABLE INC. Mike Kinder................................................. (214) 310-0424 2019 N Lamar St, Suite 250, Dallas TX 75202 www.veryableops.com

HUMAN RESOURCES BENEFITMALL Harrison Blair.............................................. (972) 457-3906 12404 Park Central Dr, Suite 400S, Dallas TX 75251 www.benefitmall.com HUMAN RESOURCE SOLUTIONS, LLC. Lisa Locke.................................................... (469) 223-8268 PO Box 822462, Dallas TX 75382 www.humanresourcesolutionsllc.com

INVESTMENTS CHICO STONE, LTD Alice Nicholson........................................... (972) 276-2284 914 S Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040


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CONSTRUCTION

PAYROLL SUCCESS INC. Brian Bishop................................................ (214) 265-1011 6500 Greenville Ave, Suite 515, Dallas TX 75214 www.payrollsuccess.com

GARLAND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Robert Smith............................................... (972) 494-9500 115 N 9th St, Garland TX 75040 www.RobertAlanSmith.com

PRINTING SERVICES

MAGNUM MANHOLE AND UNDERGROUND CO. INC. Jennifer Lingle............................................. (972) 276-2048 428 N 1st St, Garland TX 75040

BRYANT PRINTING CO. Rusty Bryant................................................ (972) 271-2671 3105 Saturn Rd, Garland TX 75041 EXECUTIVE PRESS INC. David Allen.................................................. (214) 217-7000 1400 Presidential Dr, Suite 110, Richardson TX 75081 www.executivepress.com

SCREEN PRINTING 3JG PRINTING, LLC. Joanna Hewitt............................................. (214) 553-8664 614 N 1st St, Garland TX 75040 www.3jgprinting.com PXP SOLUTIONS Bruce Jolesch.............................................. (214) 380-1883 2485 Merritt Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.pxpsolutions.com

TAX SERVICES BILSKY FINANCIAL GROUP, INC. Philip Bilsky................................................. (469) 567-3017 www.yourirstaxteam.com

COMPUTERS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS DATA CENTERS RAGINGWIRE Laura Dunn.................................................. (866) 599-0998 2008 Lookout Dr, Garland TX 75044 www.ragingwire.com

GAMING & SIMULATION SIMIDIGI (SIMULATED DIGITAL TRAINING) Darlena Kelly............................................... (469) 269-9338 www.simidigi.com

IT SOLUTIONS 3DS COMPUTER SERVICES James Duffie................................................ (972) 372-1904 1225 Thomasville Ct, Garland TX 75044 www.3dscomputers.com AMPTHINK, LLC. Lisa Morganelli............................................ (800) 735-6310 3827 Dividend Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.ampthink.com MERCHANT MASTERS DFW John Beaman............................................... (262) 339-5470 1717 Main St, Suite 5810, Dallas TX 75201 www.merchantmastersdfw.com

TELECOMMUNICATIONS FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS Byron Myles................................................ (214) 789-8795 7979 N Beltline Rd, Irving TX 75063 www.frontier.com VERIZON - FIRST CHOICE COMMUNICATIONS Omar Masri................................................. (469) 400-9772 1005 Northwest Hwy, Garland TX 75041 www.verizon.com

CONSTRUCTION EQUIP & CONTRACTORS ARCHITECTURE DESIGN & SERVICES WHARRY & HAYNES ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS James Wharry............................................. (972) 272-4116 316 N Glenbrook Dr, Garland TX 75040 www.wharry.com

SILVER STAR PLASTERING, INC. Randal Newman.......................................... (972) 278-5988 629 W Centerville Rd, Suite 201, Garland TX 75041 www.silverstarplastering.us

ENGINEERING BW2 ENGINEERS, INC. Jim Waldbauer, P.E...................................... (972) 864-8200 1919 S Shiloh Rd, Suite 500 LB27, Garland TX 75042 www.bw2inc.com C1S GROUP, INC. Chad Holt.................................................... (972) 386-7005 4231 Sigma Rd, Suite 110, Dallas TX 75244 www.c1sinc.com FREESE AND NICHOLS, INC. Scott Cole.................................................... (817) 735-7255 2100 Lakeside Blvd, Suite 250, Richardson TX 75082 www.freese.com R-DELTA ENGINEERS Frank Polma, P.E.......................................... (972) 494-5031 618 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.rdelta.com

ROOFING COMPANIES ABSOLUTE CONSTRUCTION Matt Jones................................................... (469) 432-7948 226 Garvon St, Garland TX 75040 www.absoluteconstructiondfw.com CASTRO ROOFING AJ Rodriguez................................................ (214) 381-8108 4854 Olson Dr, Dallas TX 75227 www.CastroRoofing.com COXCO ROOFING John Cox...................................................... (972) 437-5697 605 S Sherman St, Suite 705J, Richardson TX 75081 www.coxcoroofing.com

FAMILY, COMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGS CHILD CARE CENTER UBC ACADEMY Elizabeth Ruto............................................. (972) 276-8040 916 N Jupiter Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.ubcacademy.org

EVENT SERVICES HELLA SHRINE CENTER Mary Sakuta................................................ (214) 501-1380 2121 Rowlett Rd, Garland TX 75043 www.hellashriners.org

NON-PROFIT & COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Adriana Perez.............................................. (214) 819-1213 8900 John W Carpenter Fwy, Dallas TX 75247 www.cancer.org GARLAND OPPORTUNITY AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER Cathi Haug................................................... (214) 563-2771 802 Blossom Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.garlandodc.org GOOD SAMARITANS OF GARLAND Pam Swendig............................................... (972) 276-2263 214 N 12th St, Garland TX 75040 www.goodsamofgarland.org

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF GREATER GARLAND, INC. Rich Buquet................................................ (972) 414-6894 2360 Crist Rd, Suite 700, Garland TX 75040 www.garlandhabitat.org HOBBY CRAFTERS FOUNDATION Jerry Reichert.............................................. (214) 957-6482 1910 Platinum St, Garland TX 75042 www.hobbycrafters.org HOPE’S DOOR NEW BEGINNING CENTER Beth Leos.................................................... (972) 422-2911 218 N Tenth St, Garland TX 75040 www.hdnbc.org IMPACT GARLAND Summar Thomas-Mosby............................. (972) 518-1821 13355 Noel Rd, Suite 1159, Dallas TX 75240 www.dpri.com JOB CONNECTION - GOODWILL Angelia Evans.............................................. (214) 227-5549 1661 E Northwest Hwy, Garland TX 75041 www.goodwilldallas.org JONATHAN’S PLACE Melanie Carroll........................................... (972) 303-5303 6065 Duck Creek Dr, Garland TX 75043 www.jpkids.org JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF DALLAS Danika Knoop.............................................. (972) 677-2924 1201 Executive Dr, Richardson TX 75081 www.jadallas.org NORTH TEXAS REHABILITATION SERVICES, INC. Shelonda Coleman...................................... (972) 272-6526 3902 Cavalier Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.workplacesolutionscenter.org/contact.html O.D. MAYOR FOUNDATION Melvin Camp............................................... (903) 813-5102 307 W Washington St, Sherman TX 75090 www.mayorfoundation.org PR MINISTRIES Dr. Ronald Jones.......................................... (214) 384-6032 THE SALVATION ARMY Shelley Hood............................................... (972) 272-4531 451 W Avenue D, Garland TX 75040 www.salvationarmyusa.org YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT FOUNDATION, INC. Joseph Walker............................................. (214) 514-3640 PO Box 670685, Dallas TX 75367-0685 www.yaftx.org

FINANCE & INSURANCE BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

AFFILIATED BANK (972) 203-8030 Keith Darwin www.affiliatedbank.com Today our portfolio of financial services ranges from checking, savings, and money market accounts, to mortgage services, personal loans, SBA loans, treasury management services and more. We specialize in giving the same level of attention and care to every person who walks through the doors of our bank. 2302 Guthrie Rd., Suite 100, Garland, TX 75043 AMEGY BANK OF TEXAS - RICHARDSON Barbara Jane Kaplan.................................... (214) 754-9585 3014 Monticello Ave, Dallas TX 75205 www.amegybank.com AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF TEXAS Anita Collins................................................ (214) 863-5930 5430 Hwy 78, Sachse TX 75048 www.anbtx.com BANK OF AMERICA Joey Richards.............................................. (214) 209-9367 901 Main St, 10th Floor, Dallas TX 75202 www.bankofamerica.com

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DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 BB&T GARLAND Darren Durrett............................................ (469) 304-3948 2720 Belt Line Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.bbt.com

WELLS FARGO BANK - COUNTRYBROOK VILLAGE Jennifer Staton............................................ (972) 414-7490 3046 Lavon Dr, Suite 101, Garland TX 75040 www.wellsfargo.com/locator/bank/?slindex=1

CAPITAL ONE COMMERCIAL BANKING Tiffany Cason............................................... (214) 855-1619 600 N Pearl Street, Suite 2500, Dallas TX 75201 www.capitalone.com

WELLS FARGO BANK - JUPITER & BUCKINGHAM Jonathan Johnson....................................... (972) 485-4700 3432 W Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.wellsfargo.com/locator/bank/?slindex=3

COMERICA BANK Jamel Dagher.............................................. (469) 330-3939 1201 E Beltline Rd, Suite 200, Richardson TX 75081 www.comerica.com

WELLS FARGO BANK - NORTH GARLAND & 190 Giovanni Vaquerano................................... (972) 485-4219 5352 N Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.wellsfargo.com/locator/bank/?slindex=4

FAIRWAY INDEPENDENT MORTGAGE CORPORATION HERITAGE GROUP Jennifer Aleman.......................................... (972) 278-3400 375 Cedar Sage Dr, Suite 250, Garland TX 75040 www.heritagegroupmortgage.com

WELLS FARGO BANK - SATURN & MARKETPLACE Scott Christensen........................................ (972) 613-1778 4771 Saturn Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.wellsfargo.com/locator/bank/?slindex=8

FIRST CITIZENS BANK Dan Schulze................................................. (214) 665-3400 2626 Howell St, Suite 110, Dallas TX 75204 www.firstcitizens.com FIRST GUARANTY BANK Brenda Briscoe............................................ (214) 227-4550 603 W Main St, Suite 101, Garland TX 75040 www.fgb.net

FROST BANK Donna Butterfield

(214) 515-4679

Frost provides a full range of business and consumer banking products, investment and brokerage services, insurance products and investment banking services to businesses and individuals. For more information, visit www.frostbank.com . 11701 Plano Rd., Dallas, TX 75243 GREEN BANK, N.A. Russell Duckworth...................................... (800) 994-0779 5224 W Plano Pkwy, Plano TX 75093 www.greenbank.com HANMI BANK Tanvir Asad Ullah......................................... (972) 509-7350 4555 W Walnut St, Garland TX 75042 www.hanmi.com INWOOD NATIONAL BANK Andrea Kohlhaas......................................... (214) 902-1222 1200 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.inwoodbank.com LEGACYTEXAS BANK Akeem Adekanmbi...................................... (972) 578-5000 2218 N Jupiter Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.legacytexas.com MUTUAL OF OMAHA BANK James Weichel............................................ (214) 224-0562 5950 Sherry Ln, Suite 100, Dallas TX 75225 www.mutualofomahabank.com PLAINSCAPITAL BANK Ryan Stuart.................................................. (214) 252-4008 2911 Turtle Creek Blvd, Suite 1300, Dallas TX 75219 www.plainscapital.com TEXAS BRAND BANK Fritz Heinke................................................. (972) 494-9800 1919 S Shiloh Rd, Suite 100, Garland TX 75042 www.texasbrandbank.com TEXAS SECURITY BANK Casey Herr................................................... (469) 398-4830 101 N Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.texassecuritybank.com VERITEX COMMUNITY BANK James Miller................................................ (972) 220-0600 622 Clara Barton Blvd, Garland TX 75042 www.veritexbank.com

WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK Maurice Uttley............................................ (972) 495-7900 5302 N Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.woodforest.com

FARMERS INSURANCE CRABTREE INSURANCE AGENCY Don Crabtree............................................... (972) 905-4217 801 E Campbell Rd, Suite 142, Richardson TX 75081 www.farmersagent.com/dcrabtree HUB INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE SERVICES Daniel Rutter............................................... (214) 855-5600 700 N Pearl St, Suite N1700, Dallas TX 75201 www.hubinternational.com

MIKE MAKARA STATE FARM AGENT Mike Makara.................................................................. (972) 530-6300.............................................................. 828 Belt Line Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.mikemakara.com

CREDIT UNIONS AMERICA’S CREDIT UNION Rebecca McCoy........................................... (972) 494-5328 2154 Forest Ln, Garland TX 75042-7920 www.americascu.org

PATTERSON & ASSOCIATES INSURANCE Stephen Pine............................................... (214) 253-2578 1202 E Arapaho Rd, Suite 100, Richardson TX 75081 www.piainsure.com

NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Justina Lazarou............................................ (888) 842-6328 5102 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.navyfederal.org

RHSB David Kohl................................................... (972) 231-1300 8750 N Central Expy, Suite 500, Dallas TX 75231 www.rhsb.com

RESOURCE ONE CREDIT UNION Jorge Colunga.............................................. (214) 540-1703 302 W Centerville Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.r1cu.org

TERRENCE BURNEY AGENCY Terrence Burney.......................................... (469) 206-0728 5335 Broadway Blvd, Suite 206, Garland TX 75043 www.agent.farmers.com/tx/garland/terrence-burney

RESOURCE ONE CREDIT UNION Dareshia Ervin............................................. (214) 565-5375 2475 Arapaho Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.r1cu.org

TREBING INSURANCE SERVICES Louanne Trebing......................................... (972) 271-8717 1806 Patton Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.louannetrebing.com

TDECU - TEXAS DOW EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION Meah Biley.................................................. (214) 765-8693 10103 Shoreview Rd, Dallas TX 75238 www.tdecu.org

UNITED HEALTHCARE MEDICARE Lamonica Thomas....................................... (972) 249-8907 1311 W Pres George Bush Hwy, Richardson TX 75080 www.myuhcagent.com/lamonica.thomas

FINANCIAL PLANNING & SERVICES

WILLIS GROUP Jack Tartaro................................................. (972) 715-6266 15305 N Dallas Pkwy, Addison TX 75001 www.willis.com

CREATIVE FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS Neil Resnik................................................... (972) 380-0063 4500 Westgrove Dr, Suite 356, Addison TX 75001 www.cfinpro.com EDWARD JONES Gary Overby, CFP, AAMS............................. (972) 487-8777 625 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.edwardjones.com GARDNER WALLACE FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS Robert Gardner........................................... (469) 737-4111 16479 Dallas Pkwy, Suite 850, Addison TX 75001 www.gardnerwallace.com

INSURANCE & BENEFITS BAKER & AFFILIATES INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Georgia Baker.............................................. (972) 276-8100 2045 Forest Ln, Suite 190, Garland TX 75042 www.bakerandaffiliates.com BOWMAN & BOWMAN CONSULTANTS, INC. Jim Bowman................................................ (469) 829-5242 www.bowmanbenefits.com BRIGHTWAY PRESTON TRAIL Eva Linke...................................................... (972) 584-1286 17194 Preston Rd, Suite 210, Dallas TX 75248 www.brightwayprestontrail.com DAVIS-DYER-MAX, INC. Larry Hughston............................................ (972) 864-0400 3200 Broadway Blvd, Suite 400, Garland TX 75043 www.davis-dyer-max.com

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INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES NEW YORK LIFE - LYNDSEY MONAHAN Lyndsey Monahan....................................... (309) 838-5754 12201 Merit Dr, Suite 1000, Dallas TX 75251 www.newyorklife.com THINH NGUYEN STATE FARM INSURANCE AGENCY Thinh Nguyen.............................................. (469) 326-3335 1919 S Shiloh Rd, Suite 520, Garland TX 75042 www.myteamnguyen.com

INVESTMENTS EDWARD JONES Mitch Ruchaber.......................................... (469) 543-2576 1919 S Shiloh Rd, Suite 102, Garland TX 75042 www.edwardjones.com/mitch-ruchaber EDWARD JONES & CO. Brian Shepherd, CFP®, AAMS®................... (972) 271-6940 401 W Centerville Rd, Suite 4, Garland TX 75041 www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=263909 FH GLOBAL VENTURES LLC. John Meager............................................... (972) 792-3765 3615 Broadway Blvd, Suite B, Garland TX 75043 www.fhglobalventures.com HILLTOP SECURITIES INC. Jim Sabonis.................................................. (214) 953-4000 1201 Elm Street, Suite 3500, Dallas TX 75270 www.firstsw.com


DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 JUNIPER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Ben Phillips.................................................. (214) 534-8832 3879 Maple Ave, Suite 300, Dallas TX 75219 www.junipercapmgt.com

BRIGHTER HORIZONS ACADEMY Nora Hamed................................................ (972) 675-2062 3145 Medical Plaza Dr, Garland TX 75044 www.bhaprep.org

THE BURNS FIRM Blythe Burns................................................ (972) 699-9994 14160 N Dallas Pkwy, Suite 740, Dallas TX 75254 www.theburnsfirm.com

CE GLOBAL HEALTH EDUCATION NETWORK, INC. Dr. Paul Labeodan....................................... (972) 698-7792 2121 Northwest Hwy, Suite 106, Garland TX 75041 www.ceglobalhealth.com

RETIREMENT / FINANCIAL PLANNING HD VEST FINANCIAL SERVICES Lisa Calloway............................................... (214) 930-6389 10000 N Central Expressway, Suite 413A, Dallas TX 75231 www.hdvest.com

Partnering with Employers to Develop Effective Retirement Plans SHEA & MCMURDIE RETIREMENT Scott McMurdie, CFP®.............................. (972) 907-0110 2435 N Central Expy, Suite 1020, Richardson TX 75080 www.myretirementgroup.com

GOVT, EDUCATION & INDIVIDUALS CITIES CITY OF GARLAND Bryan Bradford............................................ (972) 205-2000 PO Box 469002, Garland TX 75046 www.garlandtx.gov

GOVERNMENT / PUBLIC OFFICIALS DALLAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER DR THERESA DANIEL Dr Theresa Daniel....................................... (214) 653-6668 411 Elm St, Suite 204, Dallas TX 75202 www.dallascounty.org/department/comcrt/district1/home.php

POLICE DEPARTMENT

EASTFIELD COLLEGE Sharon Cook................................................ (972) 860-7629 3737 Motley Dr, Mesquite TX 75150 www.eastfieldcollege.edu EXPLORE HORIZONS Gwen Cox.................................................... (469) 398-1975 5129 N Garland Ave, Suite 600, Garland TX 75040 www.explore-horizons.com/garland GARLAND CAN ACADEMY Kenneth Green............................................ (972) 441-7202 2256 Arapaho Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.texanscan.org/schools-and-programs/garland/ GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Dr Ricardo López......................................... (972) 494-8201 501 S Jupiter Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.garlandisd.net GRADEPOWER LEARNING Amanda Hein.............................................. (972) 675-9505 5435 N Garland Ave, Suite 130, Garland TX 75040 www.gradepowerlearning.com HARMONY SCIENCE ACADEMY Leisa Blalock................................................ (972) 212-4777 2302 Firewheel Pkwy, Garland TX 75040 www.hsagarland.org INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP OF TEXAS Katrina Corte............................................... (972) 414-8000 1810 N Glenville Dr, Suite 102, Richardson TX 75081 www.iltexas.org LIONHEART CHILDREN’S ACADEMY Donna McClintock....................................... (214) 838-3626 2256 Arapaho Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.lionheartkid.org/AcademyLocations/Garland,TX/ tabid/1011/Default.aspx

GARLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT Mitch Bates................................................. (972) 205-2011 1891 Forest Ln, Garland TX 75042 www.garlandpolice.com

REMINGTON COLLEGE Jose Gonzalez-Hernandez........................... (972) 686-7878 1800 Eastgate Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.remingtoncollege.edu

POSTAL SERVICE

RICHLAND COLLEGE Dr. Kay Eggleston......................................... (972) 238-6364 12800 Abrams Rd, Dallas TX 75243 www.richlandcollege.edu

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Timothy Huskey.......................................... (972) 276-6541 1000 W Walnut St, Garland TX 75040

SCHOOLS / EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT CENTER OF TEXAS Shakierra Williams...................................... (972) 414-7700 2950 N Shiloh Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.achievementcenteroftexas.org AMBERTON UNIVERSITY Glenn Sowells.............................................. (972) 279-6511 1700 Eastgate Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.amberton.edu

CHIROPRACTORS LONE STAR NECK AND BACK Ayodele Fadahunsi...................................... (214) 501-2888 800 W State St, Garland TX 75040 www.lonestarneckandback.com WHOLE HEALTH CHIROPRACTIC & SPA Dr. Teresa Jones, D.C., C. AD....................... (972) 530-2273 3930 Naaman School Rd, Suite B, Garland TX 75040-0914. www.wholehealth-care.com

DENTISTS EASTVIEW DENTAL CARE & ORTHODONTICS Rhonda Waters........................................... (972) 226-1003 2306 Guthrie Rd, Suite 180, Garland TX 75043 www.MyEastviewDentist.com FIREWHEEL DENTAL IMPLANTS & PERIODONTICS Anna Beauchamp........................................ (972) 272-6543 650 Beebalm Ln, Suite 265, Garland TX 75040 www.dentalimplantsandperio.com FIREWHEEL MODERN DENTISTRY Sarahi Loredo.............................................. (972) 276-5191 5129 N Garland Ave, Suite 700, Garland TX 75040 www.FirewheelModernDentistry.com GARLAND PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY Jesus Guivas................................................ (972) 674-9966 445 N Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.garlandpediatricdental.com SHINY SMILES PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY Dr. Lily Hoang.............................................. (469) 925-0861 7030 N Shiloh Rd, Suite 200, Garland TX 75044 www.shinysmilespediatricdentistry.com SMILE MAGIC DENTAL & BRACES Patricia Leal................................................. (214) 606-5773 1476 W Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.mysmilemagic.com THE DENTAL SPECIALIST Jere Verner.................................................. (972) 496-0164 4880 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Suite 102, Garland TX 75040 www.firewheeldentalspecialties.com

ASSISTED LIVING

THOMAS A. REED, DDS Dr Thomas Reed, DDS................................. (972) 414-4000 1204 Thomasville Ct, Garland TX 75044 www.treeddental.com

ARBOR HOUSE ASSISTED LIVING & MEMORY CARE Lauren Saxon............................................... (972) 530-4182 1501 W Campbell Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.arborhouse4u.com/garland-tx.php

WILLIS FAMILY DENTISTRY Schrie Willis................................................. (972) 240-7585 5335 Broadway Blvd, Suite 209, Garland TX 75043 www.willisfamilydental.com

DISCOVERY COMMONS AT SPRING CREEK Rick Eledge.................................................. (972) 530-4107 3450 Wagon Wheel Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.discoverycommons.com/senior-living/tx/garland/ wheel-rd/

DERMATOLOGY

HEALTH CARE PAK MAIL OF GARLAND Richard Aqui....................................... (972) 487-0260 2334 W Buckingham Rd, Suite 230, Garland TX 75042 www.pakmailgarland.com

SILVER CREEK ASSISTED LIVING (469) 814-0412 Natalie Stephens www.silvercare.me Silver Creek is a Type B Assisted Living facility that allows our residents to age gracefully in place. We provide 4 levels of care, an RN on staff and 24 hour care staff members. Call us today to set up a tour and see what Silver Creek has to offer! 1246 Colonel Dr. Garland, TX 75043

LISA A. GARNER, M.D., F.A.A.D. Dr Lisa Garner............................................. (972) 271-4141 3310 Broadway Blvd, Garland TX 75043 www.lisagarnermd.com

HEALTH & WELLNESS MORNING DEW MASSAGE & WELLNESS, LLC Charissa Greer............................................. (972) 271-4636 1013 Northwest Hwy, Suite 110, Garland TX 75041 www.morningdewmassage.com

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DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 NORTH STAR FOOT AND ANKLE ASSOCIATES. P.A. Robert Doyle............................................... (972) 480-0072 6550 Naaman Forest Blvd, Suite 200, Garland TX 75044 www.northstarfoot.com SUPERIOR HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER Brian Witherspoon...................................... (972) 253-9355 611 N MacArthur Blvd, Suite 110, Irving TX 75061 www.superiorhwc.com

HEARING AIDS CALVERT HEARING CARE Lance Utterback.......................................... (972) 270-6731 2645 Arapaho Rd, Suite 121, Garland TX 75044 www.calverthearingcare.com TOTAL HEARING CARE Beau Carpenter........................................... (214) 827-1900 10611 Garland Rd, Suite 106, Dallas TX 75218 www.totalhearingcare.com

HOME HEALTH DEPENDABLE CARE HEALTH SERVICE LLC. Marieshia Hicks........................................... (469) 366-5784 www.dependablecarehs.com SENIOR HELPERS Oliver Araiza................................................ (214) 712-4890 1110 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.seniorhelpers.com/eastdallas-tx/

METHODIST RICHARDSON MEDICAL CENTER Jan Arrant (469) 204-2019 MethodistHealthSystem.org/Richardson Outpatient services Full-service ER 3-D mammography Private labor/delivery Level III NICU Feb 2016 - Pediatric services with Children’s Health℠ Find a Physician: (214) 947-6296 or Answer2.org 2831 E. President George Bush Hwy., Richardson, TX 75082 VEIN CLINICS OF AMERICA Chris Stipp................................................... (972) 495-2224 4170 Lavon Dr, Suite 146, Garland TX 75040 www.veinclinics.com/clinic/garland-texas/

MAMMOGRAPHY & RADIOLOGY SOLIS MAMMOGRAPHY Birgitta Black............................................... (972) 530-0100 4430 Lavon Dr, Suite 326, Garland TX 75040 www.solismammo.com

MANUFACTURING / ADHESIVES IFS INDUSTRIES, INC. Lee Strande................................................. (972) 864-2202 2222 Lonnecker Dr, Garland TX 75041-1203 www.ifscos.com

MEDICAL PROVIDER

HOSPITALS / CLINICS / MEDICAL CENTERS / EMERGENCY ROOMS

CARTER BLOODCARE Tonya Ferreiro............................................. (817) 412-5000 2205 Hwy 121, Bedford TX 76021 www.carterbloodcare.org

ADDICARE GROUP OF TEXAS Jay Harrison................................................. (972) 278-4760 2722 W Kingsley Rd, Suite 115, Garland TX 75041 www.addicare.com

HOPE CLINIC OF GARLAND Teria Bradford............................................. (469) 800-2500 800 S 6th St, Suite 100, Garland TX 75040 www.hopeclinic-garland.org

BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER - NORTH GARLAND Laurah Jackson............................................ (469) 800-2305 7217 Telecom Pkwy, Suite 100, Garland TX 75044 www.fmccares.com BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE MEDICAL CENTER - LAKE POINTE Mischell Erickson........................................ (972) 412-2273 6800 Scenic Dr, Rowlett TX 75088 www.bswhealth.com/locations/lake-pointe BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE SIGNATURE MEDICINE - NORTH GARLAND Gina Jimenez............................................... (469) 800-2620 7217 Telecom Pkwy, Suite 225, Garland TX 75044 www.signaturemedicinetexas.com BAYLOR SURGICARE AT GARLAND Rory Qualls.................................................. (972) 494-2400 530 Clara Barton Blvd, Suite 100, Garland TX 75042 www.BaylorHealth.com/Garland

GARLAND BEHAVIORAL HOSPITAL (972) 487-5309 Victoria Tortorelli, Director of Business Development www.garlandbehavioralhospital.com Garland Behavioral Hospital, a 72 bed facility on the campus of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Garland, treats adults & geriatric adults with mental health & substance abuse issues, and offers on-site assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 2300 Marie Curie Blvd., 5th Fl., Garland, TX 75042 METHODIST FAMILY HEALTH CENTER - FIREWHEEL Ruth Barclay................................................ (972) 530-8590 4430 Lavon Dr, Suite 350, Garland TX 75040 www.methodistfamilycare.org

MEMORY CARE GRAND BROOK MEMORY CARE OF RICHARDSON/ NORTH GARLAND Terri Allen.................................................... (972) 530-7700 5600 N Shiloh Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.grandbrook.com IRIS MEMORY CARE ROWLETT Sherrie Lynn McBurney.............................. (469) 229-7263 4906 Miller Road, Rowlett TX 75088 www.irisseniorliving.com

NURSING / REHABILITATION ADVANCED HEALTH & REHAB CENTER OF GARLAND Leann Runge............................................... (972) 278-3566 505 W Centerville Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.ahstexas.com PLEASANT VALLEY HEALTH & REHABILITATION CENTER Yenly (Ly) Tang............................................. (972) 496-8800 1525 Pleasant Valley Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.nexion-health.com/pleasant-valley-healthcare SENIOR CARE BELTLINE Jeffrey Merry.............................................. (972) 495-7700 106 N Belt Line Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.seniorcarecentersltc.com

OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE OCCUMED PLUS, INC. Steven Fischer............................................. (972) 494-1419 2046 Forest Ln, Suite 180, Garland TX 75042 www.occumedplus.com

OPTOMETRISTS / OPTICAL DR. BOB DAY Dr. Bob Day.................................................. (972) 278-2121 3034 Broadway Blvd, Garland TX 75041 www.broadwayeyecenter.com

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PHARMACY BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE PHARMACY #106 Valerie Resendez.................... (972) 485-3100 www.bswhealth.com Baylor Scott & White Pharmacies are dedicated to provide quality and friendly service for all your prescription needs. We accept most pharmacy insurance and have a convenient drive-thru service. Come visit our pharmacy and see how we can make a difference. 7217 Telecom Pkwy, Suite 190, Garland TX 75044

CHEBYCARE PHARMACY Connie Echebiri........................................... (972) 675-1100 1421 Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75042 WALGREENS DRUG STORE Graham Drummond.................................... (972) 487-6450 1902 N Jupiter Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.walgreens.com

PHYSICIAN (SPECIALIST) CALVERT HEARING CARE Lance Utterback.......................................... (972) 270-6731 2645 Arapaho Rd, Suite 121, Garland TX 75044 www.calverthearingcare.com DALLAS MEDICAL PHYSICIAN GROUP Crystal Mata................................................ (469) 729-8727 3641 Broadway Blvd, Suite 200, Garland TX 75043 www.dallasmedphysicians.com TEXAS ONCOLOGY Leslie Kunz................................................... (972) 272-3417 530 Clara Barton Blvd, Baylor Medical Plaza IV, Suite 250 Garland TX 75042 www.texasoncology.com

REHABILITATION & LONG-TERM CARE GARLAND NURSING & REHABILITATION, LP. Mina Jacobs................................................ (972) 276-9571 321 N Shiloh Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.daybreakventure.com/garland-nursing-and-rehabilitation-lp-home.aspx LEGEND OAKS HEALTHCARE & REHABILITATION GARLAND Jorge Rojas.................................................. (972) 543-7700 2625 Belt Line Rd, Garland TX 75044

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY BROOKDALE CLUB HILL Tanya Husser............................................... (972) 278-8500 1245 Colonel Dr, Garland TX 75043 www.brookdale.com CHRISTIAN CARE SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY Randy Richey............................................... (972) 686-2400 948 Wiggins Pkwy, Mesquite TX 75150 www.christiancarecenters.org FIREWHEEL TOWN VILLAGE Susie Whitehurst......................................... (972) 200-4806 5151 N George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 HOMETOWNE AT GARLAND Dyann Adair................................................. (972) 205-9900 1802 Castle Dr, Garland TX 75040 www.hometownegarland.com

HOME & GARDEN FLOORING DALLAS DOBSON FLOORS, INC. Joe Perdue................................................... (972) 270-8741 2010 Eastgate Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.dobsonfloors.com INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SERVICES, INC. Brett Parrish................................................ (214) 349-7891 2736 Market St, Garland TX 75041 www.ifsifloors.com


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FACILITY / JANITORIAL SERVICES

VERA PEST CONTROL Robert Vera................................................. (972) 272-3997

PLUMBING

GCA SERVICES GROUP, INC. Janet Kinney................................................ (214) 355-7000 11651 Plano Rd, Suite 200, Dallas TX 75243 www.gcaservices.com

IN-HOUSE PLUMBING COMPANY Shawn Bucklew........................................... (972) 494-1750 601 N First St, Suite C, Garland TX 75040 www.inhouseplumbingcompany.com

OFFICECLEAN AMERICA, INC. Elrie Freeman.............................................. (214) 342-5333 11551 Forest Central Dr, Suite 129C, Dallas TX 75243 www.cleanoffices.com

J.L. PARKER PLUMBING INC. Brad Parker.................................................. (972) 271-0431 3710 S Shiloh Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.parkerplumbing.com

INDUSTRY SUPPLY / SERVICES

RESTORATION SERVICES

CE-DFW Tim Schroeter.............................................. (817) 595-5995 900 Port America Pl, Grapevine TX 76051 www.ce-dfw.com

GARLAND GLASS & MIRROR Raj Lad......................................................... (972) 276-6524 310 Gautney St, Garland TX 75040 www.garlandglassandmirror.com

MALLEUS INDUSTRIAL GROUP, LLC. Robert Gullette........................................... (254) 339-3901 2110 Wall St, Suite 300, Garland TX 75041 www.agvii.com

SERVPRO OF NORTH GARLAND & PARK CITIES Joe Lief........................................................ (214) 522-3000 2920 National Ct, Suite B, Garland TX 75041 www.servpronorthgarland.com

MITCHELL WELDING SUPPLY MIke Sewell................................................. (214) 703-6902 300 Lavon Dr, Garland TX 75040 www.mitchellwelding.com

AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING SALES / SERVICE

SYNTRATION TELE RESPONSE, LLC. Todd Latta.................................................... (866) 333-8997 2115 Teakwood Ln, Suite 200, Plano TX 75075 www.syntration.com

CLEAN AIR CONSULTANTS Caleb Watson.............................................. (972) 278-2664 2525 National Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.filter-1.com

US CORROSION TECHNOLOGIES Fred Kenner................................................. (972) 271-7361 2638 National Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.corrosionx.com

GARLAND HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO., INC. Bryan Bell.................................................... (972) 278-3506 2113 S Garland Ave, Garland TX 75041 www.garlandheatingandair.com

US FOODS Tracy Osborne............................................. (972) 487-6200 1992 Forest Ln, Garland TX 75042 www.usfoodservice.com

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES & SERVICES

“At Liberty Air & Heat we provide HVAC services to the DFW metroplex. We treat our customers with the highest level of respect and focus on every detail,on every single job.”

LIBERTY AIR & HEAT Scott Airitam...................................... (469) 678-9444 2006 Platinum St, Garland TX 75042 www.LibertyAirandHeat.com

ATTORNEYS CHAMBERS LEGAL PLLC Brandy Chambers........................................ (214) 315-5673 PO Box 550663, Dallas TX 75335 www.chamberslegalpllc.com ESTES & GANDHI, P.C. Niral Gandhi................................................ (214) 272-8030 1700 Pacific Ave, Suite 4610, Dallas TX 75201 www.estesgandhi.com JIM ADLER AND ASSOCIATES TEXAS INJURY LAWYERS Robert Adler................................................ (214) 320-1111 2711 N Haskell Ave, Suite 2500, LB40 Dallas TX 75204 www.jimadler.com

LAW OFFICE OF WESLEY C JOHNSON

Wesley Johnson....................... (214) 328-9378

3960 Broadway Blvd, Suite 220V, Garland TX 75043

www.wesleyjohnsonlawyer.com

PORTER LEGAL GROUP, PLLC Anna Porter................................................. (972) 400-2177 1111 Belt Line Rd, Suite 207, Garland TX 75040 www.porterlegalgroup.com STEPHEN HILL, ATTORNEY Stephen Hill................................................. (972) 840-9500 500 N Central Expy, Suite 175, Plano TX 75074 THE BRAGA LAW FIRM, P.C. Linda Braga.................................................. (972) 497-9500 9441 LBJ Fwy, Suite 105, Dallas TX 75243

MEDICAL PROVIDER BIOMAT USA Stephen Ogden........................................... (972) 272-0501 1841 N Jupiter Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.grifolsplasma.com

METAL DISTRIBUTORS BRALCO METALS Alexandra Kelly............................................ (972) 276-2676 410 Mars Dr, Garland TX 75040 www.bralco.com

BUILDING MATERIALS & PRODUCTS

MOVING COMPANIES

DIXIE PLYWOOD CO. OF DALLAS INC. Gary Young.................................................. (972) 271-4607 2005 Hightower Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.dixieply.com

DFW MOVERS / CRATE MASTER Barbara Evans............................................. (469) 304-2447 1880 Commerce St, Garland TX 75040 www.dfwmovers.com

SOUTHERN PRIDE OPENINGS WINDOW AND DOOR REPLACEMENT Kelli Herold.................................................. (972) 475-9500 5101 Gordon Smith Dr, Rowlett TX 75088 www.southernprideopenings.com

LEGAL

WAREHOUSING / LOGISTICS

Kirk Willis

214-736-9433

1985 Forest Ln, Garland TX 75042 www.thewillislawgroup.com WISENER NUNNALLY ROTH, LLP Michael Roth............................................... (972) 530-2200 245 Cedar Sage Dr, Suite 240, Garland TX 75040 www.wnrlaw.com

TITLE COMPANIES EXCEL TITLE GROUP Jody Luna.................................................... (469) 209-4200 500 N Central Expy, Suite 175, Plano TX 75074 www.exceltitlegroup.com FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE Peter Dunlap............................................... (972) 401-7800 1802 Pleasant Valley Rd, Suite 100, Garland TX 75040 www.FNT-Texas.com

AZ PARTSMASTER Charles Upton............................................. (214) 261-1050 3750 Regency Crest Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.azpartsmaster.com

HOTELS & MOTELS

SCARBROUGH INTERNATIONAL Matthew Dershowitz.................................. (214) 600-2113 10841 NW Ambassador Dr, Kansas City MO 64153 www.scarbrough-intl.com

COURTYARD DALLAS RICHARDSON AT SPRING VALLEY Becky Brown............................................... (972) 235-5000 1000 S Sherman St, Richardson TX 75081 www.marriott.com/dalne

CHEMICAL DISTRIBUTOR

SEARS HOLDING CORPORATION William Kimbler........................................... (972) 864-2476 2775 W Miller Rd, Garland TX 75041

RIBELIN SALES, LLC. Jordan Muller.............................................. (972) 272-1594 3857 Miller Park Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.ribelin.com

SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES Matthew Hughes........................................ (972) 271-0770 3301 W Miller Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.sefl.com

DAYS INN DALLAS / GARLAND Amar Patel................................................... (972) 840-0020 3645 Leon Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.garlandtxhotel.com

CARPET CLEANING CORNERSTONE CHEM-DRY Erika Herman.............................................. (972) 530-2219 1821 Belt Line Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.cornerstonechemdry.com

LODGING & TRAVEL

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES DALLAS NORTHEAST- ARBORETUM Sharon Felton.............................................. (214) 340-0003 11331 W Kingsley Rd, Dallas TX 75238 www.hiexpress.com/dallasne

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DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 HOLIDAY INN GARLAND NORTH Mier Brown................................................. (972) 495-1144 5110 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.holidayinn.com/garlandnorth HOLIDAY INN HOTEL & SUITES GARLAND EAST LAKE RAY HUBBARD April Jackson............................................... (972) 203-5700 4412 Bass Pro Dr, Garland TX 75043 www.hiexpress.com/garlandtx HYATT PLACE DALLAS / GARLAND Heather Tresner.......................................... (972) 414-3500 5101 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.dallasgarland.place.hyatt.com LA QUINTA INN & SUITES DALLAS NORTHEAST - ARBORETUM Isaac Abad................................................... (972) 685-5458 1310 Marketplace Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.lq.com

MANUFACTURING / CONCRETE PRODUCTS COOPER CONCRETE CO. Tom Cooper................................................. (972) 276-1167 1100 N 5th St, Garland TX 75040 www.cooperconcrete.com

MANUFACTURING / COSMETICS GDMI, INC. Gina Ferrall.................................................. (972) 494-7477 2763 Marquis Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.gdmiinc.com

MANUFACTURING / COUNTERTOPS TEXAS COUNTER FITTERS Andrew Gilbert............................................ (214) 221-0365 1722 Reserve St, Garland TX 75042 www.texascounterfitters.com

MANUFACTURING / DEFENSE

Extend your stay, not your budget. The modern rooms at Studio 6 provide the amenities you need, conveniently located near major business centers and within walking distance of a DART railway station. Feel home away from home at Studio 6.

TRU BY HILTON Doug Bradley............................................... (972) 272-0745 5055 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.moehospitality.com

TOURISM CITY OF GARLAND CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU Lucia Arrant................................................. (972) 205-3837 211 N Fifth St, Garland TX 75040 www.visitgarlandtx.com

MANUFACTURING, PRODUCTION & WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING / ADHESIVES MAPEI CORP. Robert Piatek.............................................. (972) 271-9500 1501 Wall St, Garland TX 75041 www.mapei.com

MANUFACTURING / CERAMIC TILE INTERCERAMIC, USA Jesus Vargas................................................ (214) 503-5500 1950 E Parker Rd, Carrollton TX 75010 www.interceramicusa.com

MANUFACTURING / CLEANING & SANITIZING PRODUCTS CARROLL CLEAN LLC Peter Zehr................................................... (817) 478-3221 2900 W Kingsley, Garland TX 75041 www.carrollco.com

MANUFACTURING / CLEANING & SANITIZING PRODUCTS ECOLAB, INC. Matt Williams.............................................. (972) 840-3957 2305 Sherwin St, Garland TX 75041 www.ecolab.com

GENERAL DYNAMICS ORDNANCE AND TACTICAL SYSTEMS David Dunavin............................................. (972) 494-7706 1200 N Glenbrook Dr, Garland TX 75040 www.gd-ots.com

MANUFACTURING / DIGITAL DISPLAY EQUIPMENT WORK AREA PROTECTION CORP. Les Spade.................................................... (972) 278-0553 2205 Hightower Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.workareaprotection.com

MANUFACTURING / DRILLING EQUIPMENT EPIROC Chad Przano................................................ (972) 496-7400 2100 N First St, Garland TX 75040 www.atlascopco.com

MANUFACTURING / ELECTRONICS MICROPAC INDUSTRIES, INC. Mark King.................................................... (972) 272-3571 905 E Walnut St, Garland TX 75040 www.micropac.com NATIONAL CIRCUIT ASSEMBLY Gavin Subel................................................. (972) 278-2009 2908 National Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.ncatx.com

MANUFACTURING / FLASHLIGHTS BAYCO PRODUCTS INC. Rena Haney................................................. (469) 326-9400 640 S Sanden Blvd, Wylie TX 75098 www.baycoproducts.com

MANUFACTURING / FOOD & BEVERAGES ALOE VERA OF AMERICA, INC. Lupita Almasri............................................. (214) 355-5414 13745 Jupiter Rd, Dallas TX 75238 www.foreverliving.com CAKE CRAFT FACTORY, LLC Mohammad Dana....................................... (469) 782-2500 2001 Platinum St, Garland TX 75042 www.cakecraftusa.com COUNTRY MALT GROUP Mike Garrett................................................ (469) 609-0154 3300 Wood Dr, Suite 300, Garland TX 75040 www.countrymaltgroup.com

MANUFACTURING / CNC MACHINING

DAISY BRAND Kristina Lawson........................................... (972) 271-8260 3636 Leon Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.daisybrand.com

AUTOMATIC PRODUCTS CORP. Chris Tedford............................................... (972) 272-6422 2735 Forest Ln, Garland TX 75042 www.ap-corp.com

EL RANCHO SUPERMERCADO Alex Castro.................................................. (972) 526-7314 2600 McCree Rd, Suite 100, Garland TX 75041 www.elranchoinc.com/el/location/location_store26.html

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NUTRIBIOTECH, USA, INC. Stacey Ehle, SPHR, SHRM-SCP.................... (469) 298-2222 3366 Miller Park Dr S, Garland TX 75042 www.nutribiotechusa.com QUALITY STAR PRODUCTS LTD. Kenneth Chu............................................... (972) 272-8079 3930 Miller Park Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.qualitystarproducts.com

MANUFACTURING / IGNITION SYSTEMS ALTRONIC, LLC Sena Wheelhouse....................................... (972) 494-0522 2350 Crist Rd, Suite 1000, Garland TX 75040 www.altronicinc.com

MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL GASES PRAXAIR Tim Johnson................................................ (972) 840-7140 2225 Lonnecker Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.praxair.com

MANUFACTURING / INDUSTRIAL SPRINGS GIFFORD SPRING COMPANY Melany Gifford............................................ (972) 272-5645 219 Gold St, Garland TX 75042 www.giffordspring.com

MANUFACTURING / LANDSCAPE & TURF IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT TELSCO INDUSTRIES INC./ WEATHERMATIC Mike Mason................................................ (972) 278-6131 3301 W Kingsley Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.weathermatic.com

MANUFACTURING / MEDICAL DEVICES GALT MEDICAL CORPORATION Jim Mollitor................................................. (972) 271-5177 2220 Merritt Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.galtmedical.com

MANUFACTURING / METAL DETECTORS GARRETT METAL DETECTORS Bob Podhrasky............................................ (972) 494-6151 1881 W State St, Garland TX 75042 www.garrett.com

MANUFACTURING / METAL POWDERS & BATTERY EXPANDERS ATOMIZED PRODUCTS GROUP, INC. Bill Greenwood........................................... (972) 272-9596 3838 Miller Park Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.atomizedproductsgroup.com

MANUFACTURING / METAL PRODUCTS COLLIER METAL SPECIALTIES, LTD Glen Allen.................................................... (972) 494-3900 3333 Miller Park S, Garland TX 75042 www.colmet.com IRVING TOOL & MANUFACTURING CO. Linda Stringer.............................................. (972) 926-4000 2249 Wall St, Garland TX 75041 www.irvingtool.com J & A MANUFACTURING, INC. Jeff Johnson................................................ (972) 494-5552 2805 E, Centerville Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.jamfg.com

MANUFACTURING / METAL PRODUCTS TPI DBA TELECOM PRODUCTS, INC. Bobby Silber................................................ (972) 276-2901 1136 N First St, Garland TX 75040 www.tpitexas.com UNITY MANUFACTURING Rick Buferd.................................................. (972) 272-9502 210 E Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.unitymfg.com


DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 MANUFACTURING / OFF-ROAD UTILITY VEHICLE

MANUFACTURING / WESTERN HATS

MASSIMO MOTOR SPORTS, LLC David Shan.................................................. (877) 881-6376 3101 W Miller Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.massimomotor.com

MASTER HATTERS OF TEXAS INC. Jerry Cook................................................... (972) 864-5523 2945 Market St, Garland TX 75041 www.masterhatters.com

MANUFACTURING / PACKAGING

MANUFACTURING / WESTERN HATS / DRESS HATS

ARROW ELECTRIC, INC. Mark Thacker.............................................. (972) 926-7007 2903 National Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.arrowelectric.net

GUARDIAN PACKAGING INDUSTRIES, L.P. Norman Stuart............................................ (214) 349-1500 3615 Security St, Garland TX 75042 www.guardianpackaging.com

HATCO Dan Brown.................................................. (972) 494-0511 601 Marion Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.resistolhat.com

BIRDSONG ELECTRIC, INC. Jack Birdsong............................................... (972) 295-3000 2914 Industrial Ln, Garland TX 75041 www.birdsongelectric.com

NORKOL, INC. Greg Giller................................................... (972) 867-5200 3402 Innovative Way, Mesquite TX 75149 www.norkol.com PACKAGING CORPORATION OF AMERICA Dan Barkis................................................... (972) 278-8141 2510 W Miller Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.packagingcorp.com

MANUFACTURING / WINDOWS & DOORS ANDERSEN CORPORATION Scott Baldwin.............................................. (214) 221-9500 3801 Regency Crest Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.andersenwindows.com

MANUFACTURING / PAINT & COATING

JELD-WEN Martin Esquenazi........................................ (972) 272-3667 4409 Action St, Garland TX 75042 www.jeld-wen.com

SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. Chad West................................................... (972) 271-2541 2802 W Miller Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.sherwin-williams.com

TEXTON Ed Williams.................................................. (972) 494-5941 114 S Kirby St, Garland TX 75042 www.texton.com

MANUFACTURING / PLASTIC MOLDING PLASTIPAK PACKAGING, INC. Chad Powell................................................ (972) 276-8660 3201 Miller Park N, Garland TX 75042 www.plastipak.com

PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE FITNESS CENTER

PUBLIC UTILITIES & ENVIRONMENT ELECTRICAL SERVICE / REPAIR

MILESTONE ELECTRIC, AIR & SECURITY Gus Antos.................................................... (214) 267-2405 2360 Crist Rd, Suite B900, Garland TX 75040 www.milestoneelectricdfw.com PRISM ELECTRIC INC. David Williams............................................ (972) 926-2000 2985 Market St, Garland TX 75041 www.prismelectric.com

RECYCLING OCEAN STAR METALS Judy Wang................................................... (972) 303-8388 523 Shepherd Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.oceanstarmetals.com

RENEWABLE ENERGY ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION & DESIGN SYSTEMS Thomas Edds............................................... (214) 679-5458 3637 Marquis Dr, Suite 106, Garland TX 75042 www.eddssolar.com/home.html

MANUFACTURING / PLATING & METAL FINISHING

3Q FITNESS: CROSSFIT GARLAND Robert Selders............................................. (972) 494-2545 109 S Sixth St, Garland TX 75040 www.3qfitness.com

A BRITE COMPANY, INC. Les Winkler.................................................. (214) 291-0400 3217 Wood Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.abrite.com

CLUB PILATES Daniel Stein................................................. (469) 718-7850 6850 N Shiloh Rd, Suite H1, Garland TX 75044 www.clubpilates.com/shilohsprings

ATMOS ENERGY CORPORATION Eva Hummel...............................................1-888-286-6700 1310 State Hwy 66, Garland TX 75040 www.atmosenergy.com

NUZINC INC. Jo Ann Brumit............................................. (972) 494-1376 3727 Marquis Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.nuzinc.com

ILOVEKICKBOXING.COM GARLAND Rachel Sivapatham...................................... (972) 591-7178 3050 S First St, Suite 207, Garland TX 75041 www.ilovekickboxinggarlandtx.com

GARLAND POWER & LIGHT David Koliba................................................ (972) 205-2659 217 N Fifth St, Garland TX 75040 www.gpltexas.org

REDLINE ATHLETICS Glenn Ray.................................................... (214) 396-8711 3178 Lavon Dr, Suite 103, Garland TX 75040 www.redlineathletics.com/locations/texas/garland

ONCOR Barry Young................................................. (888) 313-4747 7309 Frankford Rd, Dallas TX 75252 www.oncor.com

FLORIST

WASTE SERVICES

MANUFACTURING / PRINTING LABEL SOLUTIONS INC. Chris Merlick............................................... (214) 553-9313 3606 Asset St, Garland TX 75042 www.labelsolutionsinc.com SWIFT SCREEN PRINTING INC. Nicole Bowen.............................................. (972) 494-1144 3848 Marquis St, Garland TX 75042 www.swiftscreenprintinginc.com

ROWLETT FLOWERS & GIFT Shirley Thurmin........................................... (972) 276-9800 513 W State St, Garland TX 75040 www.rowlettflorist.net

MANUFACTURING / SATELLITE RECEIVING EQUIP

FUNERAL HOMES / CEMETERIES

SATELLINK, INC. Robert Goodrich......................................... (972) 487-1434 3525 Miller Park Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.satellink.com

EASTGATE FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION Bill Kirk......................................................... (972) 270-6116 1910 Eastgate Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.eastgatefuneralhome.com

MANUFACTURING / SEMICONDUCTORS MARLOW INDUSTRIES Kevin MacGibbon........................................ (214) 340-4900 10451 Vista Park Rd, Dallas TX 75238 www.marlow.com

MANUFACTURING / TOOLS AMPCO SAFETY TOOLS Karin Rountree............................................ (972) 276-6181 204 N Barnes Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.AmpcoSafetyTools.com GARLAND SERVICE COMPANY Britt Smith................................................... (972) 494-1911 714 Shepherd Dr, Garland TX 75042 www.gscusa.net

PILAR FUNERAL HOME Marisol Trevizo............................................ (972) 276-5100 650 W Avenue D, Garland TX 75040 www.pilarfuneralhome.com WILLIAMS FUNERAL DIRECTORS D. Cecil Williams, II...................................... (972) 276-5000 1600 S Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.williamsfuneral.com

PETS & VETERINARY VETERINARIANS COUNTRY BROOK ANIMAL HOSPITAL Dr Charles Pipes DVM................................. (972) 530-3951 3046 Lavon Dr, Suite 136, Garland TX 75040

UTILITIES

CITY OF GARLAND ENVIRONMENTAL WASTE SERVICES Ed Michel.................................................... (972) 205-3742 1434 Commerce St, Garland TX 75040 www.garlandenvironmentalwaste.com REPUBLIC SERVICES Rick Bernas.................................................. (972) 422-2341 4200 East 14th St, Plano TX 75074 www.republicservices.com

REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE APARTMENT COMMUNITIES HEIGHTS AT CAMPFIRE CROSSING Nikki Trinidad.............................................. (214) 438-4402 1759 W Campbell Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.theheightscampfirecrossing.com MONTCLAIR ESTATES ACTIVE SENIOR LIVING Melissa Hooper........................................... (972) 686-5633 801 La Prada Dr, Garland TX 75043 www.livemontclair.com OAKS - 5TH STREET CROSSING Joseph Vetter.............................................. (972) 487-7700 351 N 5th St, Garland TX 75040 www.oaks5thstreet.com

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DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 SEACREST APARTMENTS Annette Garcia............................................ (972) 530-6808 2804 Belt Line Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.seacrestgarland.com

UNITED EQUITIES Buster Freedman........................................ (713) 772-6262 4545 Bissonnet St, Suite 100, Bellaire TX 77401 www.unitedequities.com

GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER-CATERERS Daniella Perez ............................................. (214) 340-0061 10729 Audelia Rd, Suite 102, Dallas TX 75238 www.gwctdcater.com

SHILOH OAKS APARTMENTS Adriane Armstrong..................................... (972) 530-7175 2379 W Apollo Rd, Garland TX 75044.................................. www.shilohoaks411.com

WOODY BROWNLEE Woody Brownlee........................................ (469) 429-7405 3621 Shire Blvd, Richardson TX 75082 www.ebby.com/agents_offices/find_agent/info/woodybrownlee

MCALISTER’S DELI Crystal Clark................................................ (972) 475-9944 4305 Lakeview Pkwy, Rowlett TX 75088 www.thesaxtongroup.com

STONELEIGH ON SPRING CREEK Erik Mancol-Bilbo........................................ (972) 495-2121 5501 Naaman Forest Blvd, Garland TX 75044 www.stoneleighonspringcreekapts.com THE COURTYARD APARTMENTS Angie McCalment....................................... (972) 495-0348 2046 N Shiloh Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.courtyard411.com THE MANSIONS AT SPRING CREEK Sherryl Toney.............................................. (469) 609-9003 6221 Naaman Forest Blvd, Garland TX 75044 www.mansionsspringcreek.com

MOVING COMPANIES WARD NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES Jeremy Green.............................................. (972) 272-4222 902 S International Rd, Suite 300, Garland TX 75042 www.wardnorthamerican.com

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BACELINE INVESTMENTS, LLC Ryan Wickers............................................... (303) 615-9544 1391 Speer Blvd, Suite 800, Denver CO 80204 www.bacelineinvestments.com PALLADIUM GARLAND Fred D’Lizarraga.......................................... (972) 774-4436 13455 Noel Rd, Suite 400, Dallas TX 75240 www.palladiumusa.com PLAZA GARLAND Dala Rowntree............................................ (214) 865-7447 3161 Broadway Blvd, Garland TX 75043 www.mgretailpartners.com

REAL ESTATE

STORAGE ADVANTAGE STORAGE John Crane.................................................. (972) 840-0141 3471 Broadway Blvd, Garland TX 75043 www.advantagestorage.net

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS CHURCHES BUCKINGHAM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH John Allen.................................................... (972) 272-6042 1212 W Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.bumcgarland.org FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, GARLAND Rev. Valarie Englert..................................... (972) 272-3471 801 W Ave B, Garland TX 75040 www.fumcgarland.org HIGHER DIMENSIONAL FELLOWSHIP Doris Smith.................................................. (972) 205-9810 4230 Rosehill Rd, Suite 8, Garland TX 75043 MT. HEBRON BAPTIST CHURCH Michele Terry.............................................. (972) 276-5218 1233 State Hwy 66, Garland TX 75040 www.onthemount.org OASIS CHURCH AT LAKEVIEW ASSEMBLY OF GOD John Sherman............................................. (972) 203-3522 5700 Mark Ln, Rowlett TX 75089 www.ioasis.org SATURN ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Jeff Payne.................................................... (972) 271-2444 3030 Saturn Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.saturnroad.org

DUKE REALTY CORPORATION Jeff Thornton............................................... (972) 361-6700 14241 N Dallas Pkwy, Suite 1000, Dallas TX 75254 www.dukerealty.com EBBY HALLIDAY REALTORS Malinda Brownlee Howell.......................... (972) 840-0444 3621 Shire Blvd, Richardson TX 75082 www.ebby.com

God is using our community of imperfect and ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary good for our neighbors in need next door and around the world. Please join us on Saturday night or Sunday morning. Our doors are open. Come as you are!

KNEGGS INVESTMENT PROPERTIES Ray Kneggs, Sr............................................. (972) 475-1517 3405 Enterprise Dr, Rowlett TX 75088

2660 Belt Line Road, Garland, TX 75044 l 972-494-5683 2660 Belt Line Rd., Garland TX 75044-7002 www.springcreekchurch.org

NEW ERA COMPANIES, LLC Dan Rogers.................................................. (469) 283-1901 801 Hanover Dr, Suite 650, Grapevine TX 76051 www.neweraptrs.com PRIMERA COMPANIES, INC. Ralph Heins................................................. (214) 855-2730 1445 Ross Ave, Suite 5150, Dallas TX 75202 www.primeracompanies.com THE ARCHER COMPANY Alyson Archer Goodhartz............................ (972) 599-9999 1400 Preston Rd, Suite 400, Plano TX 75093 www.thearchercompany.com

THE BALDWIN COMPANY

George Baldwin.......................(214) 253-2545 8150 N Central Expy, Suite 725 Dallas TX 75206

THE SALVATION ARMY Shelley Hood............................................... (972) 272-4531 451 W Avenue D, Garland TX 75040 www.salvationarmyusa.org

RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES CATERING AT YOUR SERVICE CATERING & EVENT PLANNING John Johnston............................................. (972) 272-7770 620 W State Street, Garland TX 75040 www.ayscatering.com GO GOURMET CATERING Amy Martin................................................. (469) 450-1814 5823 Willow Wood Lane, Dallas TX 75252 www.gogourmetcatering.com

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ROYAL CATERING, INC. Alan Sweitzer.............................................. (972) 437-1466 800 S Central Expy, Richardson TX 75080 www.royalcateringdfw.com THE GOURMET SISTERS Toni Halliburton.......................................... (214) 533-8015 PO Box 941666, Plano TX 75094.......................................... www.gourmetsisters.com

RESTAURANTS BABE’S CHICKEN DINNER HOUSE Rick Nall....................................................... (972) 496-1041 1456 Belt Line Rd, Suite 171, Garland TX 75044 www.babeschicken.com BUFFALO WILD WINGS Andrew Turner........................................... (972) 414-2999 5125 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.buffalowildwings.com CHEESESTEAK HOUSE Joel Padilla................................................... (469) 872-6634 1250 Northwest Hwy, Suite I, Garland TX 75041 www.cheesesteakhousetx.com CRISTINA’S FINE MEXICAN RESTAURANT Artemio Delgado......................................... (972) 496-7555 4170 Lavon Hwy, Suite 100, Garland TX 75040 www.cristinasmex.com DESPERADOS MEXICAN RESTAURANT Michael Levy............................................... (972) 530-8886 3443 W Campbell Rd, Garland TX 75044 www.DesperadosRestaurant.com DICKEY’S BARBECUE PIT Jeff Bass....................................................... (972) 530-3137 1413 W Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.dickeys.com DON ARTURO’S COCINA Y CANTINA Arturo Guzman........................................... (972) 414-0101 3315 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Suite 100, Garland TX 75040 www.donarturos.com FISH N’ TAILS/POETRY PLACE Edna Rodriguez........................................... (972) 494-2500 620 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.poetry-place.com GOLDEN CHICK - I-30 Howard Terry.............................................. (972) 831-0911 430 E Interstate 30, Garland TX 75043 www.goldenchick.com GOLDEN CHICK - LAVON Howard Terry.............................................. (972) 905-5160 2702 Lavon Dr, Garland TX 75040 www.goldenchick.com GOLDEN CORRAL Mahmoud Al-banna.................................... (214) 341-2288 1420 Eastgate Dr, Garland TX 75041 www.goldencorral.com INTRINSIC SMOKEHOUSE & BREWERY Cary Hodson................................................ (214) 681-1582 509 W State St, Garland TX 75040 www.intrinsicbrewing.com LIFTOFF COFFEE & TEA, LLC Steve Belew................................................. (626) 365-1799 555 W I-30, Garland TX 75043 www.liftoffcoffee.com


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MCDONALD’S Anand Kumar.............................................. (817) 988-8331 2405 Highland Dr, Colleyville TX 76034

BATTERIES / BULBS

MCDONALD’S CORPORATION Russ Stratogi............................................... (972) 272-6198 1404 W Walnut St, Garland TX 75042 www.mcdonalds.com

BATTERIES PLUS BULBS #408 John Staples................................................ (214) 382-9838 3121 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Suite 111, Garland TX 75040 www.batteriesplus.com

ON THE BORDER - FIREWHEEL Luke Ray...................................................... (972) 372-0110 4970 N Pres George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.ontheborder.com ON THE BORDER CAFE Paul Kirby.................................................... (972) 686-7867 1350 Northwest Hwy, Garland TX 75041 www.ontheborder.com

CONVENIENCE STORES QUIKTRIP CORPORATION Amy Gulizia................................................. (817) 358-7680 1120 N Industrial Blvd, Euless TX 76039 www.quiktrip.com

GROCERY STORES

PANERA BREAD Erin Gooch.................................................. (972) 202-8974 200 Town Center Blvd, Garland TX 75040 www.panerabread.com

BRAUM’S ICE CREAM AND DAIRY STORE Amanda Beauchaw..................................... (972) 495-2221 2802 Lavon Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.braums.com

RAISING CANE’S Dayne Kelley................................................ (214) 864-1750 1110 E Northwest Hwy, Garland TX 75041 www.raisingcanes.com

HIEP THAI FOOD STORE Julia Lao....................................................... (972) 272-1993 3347 W Walnut St, Suite 101, Garland TX 75042 www.HiepThaiFood.com

ROSALIND COFFEE David Nordyke............................................. (972) 494-9449 107 N 6th St, Garland TX 75040 www.rosalindcoffeetx.com

MIGALITOS SUPERMERCADO #5 Mike McDaniel............................................ (469) 298-3040 3160 Saturn Rd, Suite 202, Garland TX 75041 www.migalitos.com

SAZON MEXICAN HOME COOKING Rafael de Loa............................................... (214) 563-2237 3035 S Shiloh Rd, Suite 200, Garland TX 75041 www.loc8nearme.com/texas/garland/sazon-mexicanhome-cooking/4850941/

WALMART CORPORATION Gene Burns................................................. (972) 496-2711 5302 N Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.walmart.com

SICILIANO’S A TASTE OF ITALY Fran Siciliano............................................... (972) 276-8913 2210 W Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75042 www.sicilianosgarland.com TACO CASA Greg Fowler................................................. (972) 303-1510 6118 Broadway Blvd, Garland TX 75043 www.tacocasatexas.com TEXAS ROADHOUSE Robert Hinton............................................. (972) 495-0417 5012 Pres George Bush Hwy, Garland TX 75040 www.texasroadhouse.com WHATABURGER Patti McKenzie............................................ (972) 203-6115 4500 Bass Pro Dr, Garland TX 75043 www.whataburger.com WHATABURGER Patti McKenzie............................................ (972) 278-8540 725 E Centerville Rd, Garland TX 75041 www.whataburger.com WHATABURGER Patti McKenzie............................................ (972) 240-8330 5806 Broadway Blvd, Garland TX 75043 www.whataburger.com WHATABURGER #762 - FIREWHEEL Tracy Fritz.................................................... (972) 530-2353 2545 Firewheel Pkwy, Garland TX 75040 www.whataburger.com WILDWOOD SMOKE CRAFT WHISKEY Dave Garner................................................ (972) 496-9453 310 Town Center Blvd, Garland TX 75040 www.wildwoodtx.com WINGSTOP RESTAURANTS INC. Gloria Calzada............................................. (972) 686-6500 1251 Northwest Hwy, Suite C, Garland TX 75041 www.wingstop.com

WALMART NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET #2433 Juan Soto..................................................... (469) 304-3399 101 W Buckingham Rd, Garland TX 75040 www.wal-mart.com WALMART NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET #4046 Pete Vanderburg......................................... (972) 535-1192 1855 S Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.wal-mart.com WALMART SUPERCENTER #3224 Kerry Cox..................................................... (972) 303-5865 555 W Interstate 30, Garland TX 75043 www.walmart.com

JEWELRY CLASSIC CUSTOM JEWELRY, INC. Bill Blunt...................................................... (972) 270-6589 1780 Northwest Hwy, Suite 140, Garland TX 75041 www.billsclassicjewelry.com

RETAIL AUDUBON VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER Erik Fulkerson.............................................. (214) 696-6677 565 W Oates Rd, Garland TX 75043 www.crestcommercial.com

MILLER ROAD SHOPPING CENTER Cindy Bryant-Vestal..................................... (214) 520-1511 3131 Turtle Creek Blvd, Suite 900, Dallas TX 75219 www.componentcapitalgroup.com POPCORN JUNCTION Stephen Mitchell......................................... (972) 530-0200 520 Town Center Blvd, Garland TX 75040 www.popcornjunctiontx.com ROACH FEED & SEED, INC. Shana Carter............................................... (972) 276-5962 409 Main St, Garland TX 75040 www.roachfeedandseed.com ROCKLER WOODWORKING & HARDWARE Robert Webster........................................... (469) 329-0971 584 W Interstate 30, Suite 403, Garland TX 75043 www.rockler.com

TROPHIES & AWARDS BROWNING’S TROPHIES Eric Browning.............................................. (972) 276-5479 123 N First St, Garland TX 75040 www.browningtrophies.com CROWN TROPHY Amanda Huckaby........................................ (972) 203-1348 552 W Interstate 30, Suite 307, Garland TX 75043 www.crowntrophy.com METZGER AWARDS Deanna Metzger......................................... (972) 285-6543 105 W Main St, Mesquite TX 75149 www.metzgerawards.com

WHOLESALE CLUB SAM’S CLUB #4783 Hellen Chum............................................... (972) 496-3956 5150 N Garland Ave, Garland TX 75040 www.samsclub.com

TRANSPORTATION DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT J. Lawrence Meshack.................................. (214) 749-2556 1401 Pacific Ave, Dallas TX 75202 www.dart.org RPM EXPEDITE USA, LLC Rico Guevara............................................... (888) 477-9383 601 Westport Pkwy, Suite 400, Grapevine TX 76051 www.rpmexpedite.com

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS GEORGE JENSEN RANCH George Jensen............................................ (972) 414-1458 STAN LUCKIE Stan Luckie.................................................. (972) 978-8821

BASS PRO SHOPS Kathy Thompson......................................... (469) 221-2600 5001 Bass Pro Dr, Garland TX 75043 www.basspro.com CALI SAIGON MALL DBA DALLAS SUPERSTORE Huy Trieu..................................................... (972) 530-5388 3212 N Jupiter Rd, Garland TX 75044 CASH STORE Joan Hodges................................................ (972) 303-1313 5949 Broadway Blvd, Suite 140, Garland TX 75043 www.cashstore.com/local/payday-loans-garland-tx FIREWHEEL TOWN CENTER Stephen Richardson.................................... (972) 675-1041 245 Cedar Sage Dr, Suite 200, Garland TX 75040 www.firewheeltowncenter.com

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Business Directory Index # 3DS Computer Services (972) 372-1904......................... 55 3JG Printing, LLC (214) 553-8664.................................... 55 3Q Fitness: CrossFit Garland (972) 494-2545................. 61

A A Brite Company, Inc. (214) 291-0400............................ 61

Baylor Scott & White Family Medical Center - North Garland (469) 800-2305..................................... 58 Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Lake Pointe (972) 412-2273.......................................... 58 Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #106 (972) 485-3100................................................................ 58

Absolute Construction (469) 432-7948........................... 55

Baylor Scott & White Signature Medicine - North Garland (469) 800-2620...................................... 58

Abundant Solutions (214) 217-6888............................... 54

Baylor Surgicare at Garland (972) 494-2400................... 58

Accura Calibration (972) 278-7878................................. 54

BB&T Garland (469) 304-3948........................................ 56

Achievement Center of Texas (972) 414-7700................ 57

Belo Media Group (214) 977-8134................................. 53

Addicare Group of Texas (972) 278-4760........................ 58

BenefitMall (972) 457-3906............................................ 54

Advanced Health & Rehab Center of Garland (972) 278-3566................................................................ 58

Big Hit Creative Group (972) 850-7312........................... 53

Advantage Storage (972) 840-0141................................. 62 Affiliated Bank (972) 203-8030........................................ 56 Aloe Vera of America, Inc. (214) 355-5414..................... 60 Altronic, LLC (972) 494-0522........................................... 60

Bilsky Financial Group, Inc. (469) 567-3017.................... 55 Biomat USA (972) 272-0501............................................ 59 Birdsong Electric, Inc. (972) 295-3000............................ 61 Bob Lilly Promotions (214) 231-2082.............................. 53

Amberton University (972) 279-6511............................. 57

Bowman & Bowman Consultants, Inc. (469) 829-5242................................................................ 56

Amegy Bank of Texas - Richardson (214) 754-9585......... 55

Bralco Metals (972) 276-2676......................................... 59

American Cancer Society (214) 819-1213....................... 55

Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy Store (972) 495-2221....... 63

American National Bank of Texas (214) 863-5930.......... 55

Brighter Horizons Academy (972) 675-2062................... 57

America’s Credit Union (972) 494-5328.......................... 56

Brightway Preston Trail (972) 584-1286.......................... 56

AMPCO Safety Tools (972) 276-6181.............................. 61

Brookdale Club Hill (972) 278-8500................................ 58

AmpThink, LLC (800) 735-6310....................................... 55

Browning’s Trophies (972) 276-5479.............................. 63

Andersen Corporation (214) 221-9500........................... 61

Bryant Printing Co. (972) 271-2671................................. 55

Applied Accounting Dynamics (972) 729-8001............... 54

Buckingham United Methodist Church (972) 272-6042... 62

Arbor House Assisted Living & Memory Care (972) 530-4182................................................................ 57

Buffalo Wild Wings (972) 414-2999................................ 62

Arrow Electric, Inc. (972) 926-7007................................ 61 At Your Service Catering & Event Planning (972) 272-7770................................................................ 64 Atmos Energy Corporation 1-888-286-6700................... 64 Atomized Products Group, Inc. (972) 272-9596............. 60 Audubon Village Shopping Center (214) 696-6677........ 63 Automatic Products Corp. (972) 272-6422..................... 60 AZ Partsmaster (214) 261-1050...................................... 59

B Babe’s Chicken Dinner House (972) 496-1041................ 62 Baceline Investments, LLC (303) 615-9544..................... 62 Baker & Affiliates Insurance Agency, Inc. (972) 276-8100................................................................ 56 Bank of America (214) 209-9367..................................... 55 Bass Pro Shops (469) 221-2600....................................... 63 Batteries Plus Bulbs #408 (214) 382-9838...................... 63 Bayco Products Inc. (469) 326-9400................................ 60

BW2 Engineers, Inc. (972) 864-8200............................... 55

C C1S Group, Inc. (972) 386-7005...................................... 55 Cake Craft Factory, LLC (469) 782-2500.......................... 60 Cali Saigon Mall DBA Dallas Superstore (972) 530-5388................................................................ 63 Calvert Hearing Care (972) 270-6731.............................. 58 Camden, Camden & Associates (214) 863-8973............ 54 Capital One Commercial Banking (214) 855-1619.......... 56 Carroll CLEAN LLC (817) 478-3221.................................. 60 Carter BloodCare (817) 412-5000................................... 58 Cash Store (972) 303-1313.............................................. 63 Castro Roofing (214) 381-8108....................................... 55 CE Global Health Education Network, Inc. (972) 698-7792................................................................ 57 CE-DFW (817) 595-5995.................................................. 59 Celebration Station (972) 279-7888................................ 53

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Chambers Legal PLLC (214) 315-5673............................. 59 Chebycare Pharmacy (972) 675-1100............................. 58 Cheesesteak House (469) 872-6634............................... 62 Chico Stone, Ltd (972) 276-2284..................................... 54 Christian Care Senior Living Community (972) 686-2400................................................................ 58 City of Garland (972) 205-2000....................................... 57 City of Garland Convention & Visitors Bureau (972) 205-3837................................................................ 60 City of Garland Environmental Waste Services (972) 205-3742................................................................ 61 Classic Custom Jewelry, Inc. (972) 270-6589.................. 63 Clean Air Consultants (972) 278-2664............................ 59 CliftonLarsonAllen (972) 383-5700.................................. 54 Clopton & Company, CPA (972) 272-6478...................... 54 Club Pilates (469) 718-7850............................................ 61 Collier Metal Specialties, LTD (972) 494-3900................ 60 Comerica Bank (469) 330-3939....................................... 56 Cooper Concrete Co. (972) 276-1167............................. 60 Core Personnel (214) 764-6360...................................... 54 Cornerstone Chem-Dry (972) 530-2219......................... 59 Country Brook Animal Hospital (972) 530-3951............. 61 Country Malt Group (469) 609-0154.............................. 60 Courtyard Dallas Richardson at Spring Valley (972) 235-5000................................................................ 59 Coxco Roofing (972) 437-5697........................................ 55 Creative Financial Professionals (972) 380-0063............ 56 Cristina’s Fine Mexican Restaurant (972) 496-7555....... 62 Crown Trophy (972) 203-1348......................................... 63

D Daisy Brand (972) 271-8260............................................ 60 Dallas Area Rapid Transit (214) 749-2556....................... 63 Dallas County Commissioner - Dr. Theresa Daniel (214) 653-6668............................... 57 Dallas Medical Physician Group (469) 729-8727............ 58 Datamax Inc. (972) 432-2300.......................................... 54 Davis-Dyer-Max, Inc. (972) 864-0400.............................. 56 Days Inn Dallas / Garland (972) 840-0020...................... 59 Dependable Care Health Service LLC (469) 366-5784.... 58 Desperados Mexican Restaurant (972) 530-8886........... 62 DFW Hightech Signs (214) 348-8784.............................. 53 DFW Movers / Crate Master (469) 304-2447................. 59 Dickey’s Barbecue Pit (972) 530-3137............................ 62 Discovery Commons at Spring Creek (972) 530-4107.... 57


DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 Dixie Plywood Co. of Dallas Inc. (972) 271-4607............ 59

Freese and Nichols, Inc. (817) 735-7255......................... 55

Hanmi Bank (972) 509-7350............................................ 56

Dobson Floors, Inc. (972) 270-8741................................ 58

Frontier Communications (214) 789-8795...................... 55

Harmony Science Academy (972) 212-4777................... 57

Don Arturo’s Cocina Y Cantina (972) 414-0101.............. 62

Frost Bank (214) 515-4679.............................................. 56

HATCO (972) 494-0511.................................................... 61

Dr. Bob Day (972) 278-2121............................................ 58

Fulfer and Associates, Inc. (972) 272-8567..................... 54

HD Vest Financial Services (214) 930-6389..................... 57

Duke Realty Corporation (972) 361-6700....................... 62

G

Heights at Campfire Crossing (214) 438-4402................ 61

Dunn & Dill CPA’s, P.C. (972) 485-5333............................ 54

Galt Medical Corporation (972) 271-5177...................... 60

Hella Shrine Center (214) 501-1380................................ 55

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Gardner Wallace Financial Solutions (469) 737-4111..... 56

Hello! Deluxe Carwash (214) 683-9450.......................... 54

Eastfield College (972) 860-7629.................................... 57

Garland Behavioral Hospital (972) 487-5309.................. 58

Hiep Thai Food Store (972) 272-1993............................. 63

Eastgate Funeral Home & Cremation (972) 270-6116.... 61

Garland Can Academy (972) 441-7202........................... 57

Higher Dimensional Fellowship (972) 205-9810............. 62

Eastview Dental Care & Orthodontics (972) 226-1003... 57

Garland Construction Company (972) 494-9500............ 55

Hilltop Securities Inc. (214) 953-4000............................. 56

Ebby Halliday Realtors (972) 840-0444........................... 62

Garland Cultural Arts Commission, Inc. (972) 205-2780................................................................ 53

Hobby Crafters Foundation (214) 957-6482................... 55

Garland Glass & Mirror (972) 276-6524.......................... 59

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Dallas Northeast Arboretum (214) 340-0003............................................. 59

Garland Heating & Air Conditioning Co., Inc. (972) 278-3506................................................................ 59

Holiday Inn Garland North (972) 495-1144.................... 60

Ecolab, Inc. (972) 840-3957............................................. 60 Edward Jones (972) 487-8777......................................... 56 Edward Jones (469) 543-2576......................................... 56 Edward Jones & Co. (972) 271-6940............................... 56 El Rancho Supermercado (972) 526-7314...................... 60

Garland Independent School District (972) 494-8201................................................................ 57

Electric Distribution & Design Systems (214) 679-5458................................................................ 61

Garland Nursing & Rehabilitation, LP (972) 276-9571................................................................ 58

Employee Solutions (214) 420-8367............................... 54

Garland Opportunity and Development Center (214) 563-2771................................................................ 55

Epiroc (972) 496-7400..................................................... 60 Estes & Gandhi, P.C. (214) 272-8030............................... 59 Excel Title Group (469) 209-4200.................................... 59 Executive Press Inc. (214) 217-7000............................... 56 Expense Reduction Analysts (469) 444-0398.................. 54 Explore Horizons (469) 398-1975.................................... 57 Express Employment Professionals (972) 681-1609................................................................ 54

Garland Pediatric Dentistry (972) 674-9966................... 57 Garland Police Department (972) 205-2011................... 57 Garland Power & Light (972) 205-2659.......................... 61

Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Garland East Lake Ray Hubbard (972) 203-5700.................................. 60 HomeTowne at Garland (972) 205-9900......................... 58 Hope Clinic of Garland (469) 800-2500........................... 58 Hope’s Door New Beginning Center (972) 422-2911...... 55 HUB International Insurance Services (214) 855-5600... 56 Huber Prater and Henson, P.C. (972) 840-1516.............. 54 Human Resource Solutions, LLC (469) 223-8268............ 54 Hyatt Place Dallas / Garland (972) 414-3500.................. 60

Garland Service Company (972) 494-1911..................... 61

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Garland Symphony Orchestra (972) 926-0611............... 53

IFS Industries, Inc. (972) 864-2202.................................. 58

Garrett Metal Detectors (972) 494-6151........................ 60

Ignite The Vision (214) 702-8965.................................... 54

GCA Services Group, Inc. (214) 355-7000....................... 59

ILoveKickboxing.com Garland (972) 591-7178............... 61

F

GDMI, Inc. (972) 494-7477.............................................. 60

IMPACT Garland (972) 518-1821..................................... 55

Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation - Heritage Group (972) 278-3400..................................................... 56

General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (972) 494-7706................................................................ 60

Industrial Flooring Services, Inc. (214) 349-7891........... 58

Farmers Insurance Crabtree Insurance Agency (972) 905-4217................... 56

George Jensen Ranch (972) 414-1458............................ 63

FASTSIGNS of Mesquite (972) 613-1111......................... 53 Feagin Motor Co. (972) 276-1865................................... 53 FH Global Ventures LLC (972) 792-3765......................... 56 Fidelity National Title (972) 401-7800............................. 59 Firewheel at Garland (972) 205-2795............................. 53 Firewheel Dental Implants & Periodontics (972) 272-6543................................................................ 57 Firewheel Modern Dentistry (972) 276-5191................. 57 Firewheel Town Center (972) 675-1041.......................... 63 Firewheel Town Village (972) 200-4806.......................... 58 First Citizens Bank (214) 665-3400.................................. 56 First Guaranty Bank (214) 227-4550............................... 56 First United Methodist Church, Garland (972) 272-3471................................................................ 62 Fish N’ Tails/Poetry Place (972) 494-2500....................... 62 Fractal Sales Solutions (469) 774-7460........................... 54

Gifford Spring Company (972) 272-5645........................ 60 Go Gourmet Catering (469) 450-1814............................ 62 Golden Chick - I-30 (972) 831-0911................................. 62 Golden Chick - Lavon (972) 905-5160.............................. 62 Golden Corral (214) 341-2288......................................... 62 Good Samaritans of Garland (972) 276-2263................. 55 GradePower Learning (972) 675-9505............................ 57 Grand Brook Memory Care of Richardson/North Garland (972) 530-7700................................................................ 58 Green Bank, N.A. (800) 994-0779................................... 56 Grove Staffing Services, Inc. (972) 226-1234.................. 54 Guardian Packaging Industries, L.P. (214) 349-1500....... 61 Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner-Caterers (214) 340-0061................................................................ 62

Infinity Leadership Solutions (972) 278-6717................. 54 In-House Plumbing Company (972) 494-1750................ 59 Interceramic, USA (214) 503-5500.................................. 60 International Leadership of Texas (972) 414-8000......... 57 Intrinsic Smokehouse & Brewery (214) 681-1582.......... 62 Intuitive Staffing (214) 341-8005..................................... 54 Inwood National Bank (214) 902-1222........................... 56 Iridescence Signs LLC (469) 367-0189............................. 53 Iris Memory Care Rowlett (469) 229-7263...................... 58 Irving Tool & Manufacturing Co. (972) 926-4000........... 60

J J & A Manufacturing, Inc. (972) 494-5552...................... 60 J.L. Parker Plumbing Inc. (972) 271-0431........................ 59 JCi Creatives (918) 402-5766........................................... 53 Jeld-Wen (972) 272-3667................................................ 61

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Jerry’s Express Car Wash (817) 953-6100....................... 54

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Garland, Inc. (972) 414-6894................................................................ 55

Jim Adler and Associates Texas Injury Lawyers (214) 320-1111................................................................ 59

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DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 Job Connection - Goodwill (214) 227-5549..................... 55

Migalitos Supermercado #5 (469) 298-3040.................. 63

PDQ Staffing (972) 926-0939........................................... 54

Jon W. Six, C.P.A. (972) 272-6666.................................... 54

Mike Makara State Farm Agent (972) 530-6300............. 56

Pilar Funeral Home (972) 276-5100................................ 61

Jonathan’s Place (972) 303-5303.................................... 55

Milestone Electric, Air & Security (214) 267-2405.......... 61

PlainsCapital Bank (214) 252-4008.................................. 56

Junior Achievement of Dallas (972) 677-2924................ 55

Miller Road Shopping Center (214) 520-1511................ 63

Plastipak Packaging, Inc. (972) 276-8660........................ 61

Juniper Capital Management (214) 534-8832................ 57

Mitchell Welding Supply (214) 703-6902........................ 59

Plaza Garland (214) 865-7447......................................... 62

Jupiter Chevrolet, Inc. (972) 271-9900............................ 53

Mi-T-Fine Car Wash, Inc. (972) 438-3416........................ 54

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Montclair Estates Active Senior Living (972) 686-5633................................................................ 61

Pleasant Valley Health & Rehabilitation Center (972) 496-8800................................................................ 58

Kneggs Investment Properties (972) 475-1517............... 62

L La Quinta Inn & Suites Dallas Northeast -Arboretum (972) 685-5458............................................ 60

Morning Dew Massage & Wellness, LLC (972) 271-4636................................................................ 57 Mt. Hebron Baptist Church (972) 276-5218................... 62

Label Solutions Inc. (214) 553-9313................................ 61

Mutual of Omaha Bank (214) 224-0562......................... 56

Lane Gorman Trubitt, LLC (214) 461-1467...................... 54

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Law Office of Wesley C Johnson (214) 328-9378............ 59

National Circuit Assembly (972) 278-2009...................... 60

Lawson Communications (972) 414-3322...................... 53

Navy Federal Credit Union (888) 842-6328.................... 56

LegacyTexas Bank (972) 578-5000................................... 56

New Era Companies, LLC (469) 283-1901....................... 62

Legend Oaks Healthcare & Rehabilitation Garland (972) 543-7700................................................................ 58

New York Life - Lyndsey Monahan (309) 838-5754......... 56

Liberty Air & Heat (469) 678-9444.................................. 59

North Star Foot and Ankle Associates. P.A. (972) 480-0072................................................................ 58

Liberty Tax Service/Money Smart Tools (469) 305-7300................................................................ 54 Lifeblue (972) 984-1899.................................................. 53

NORKOL, Inc. (972) 867-5200.......................................... 61

North Texas Fleet Services (972) 278-2400..................... 54

LiftOff Coffee & Tea, LLC (626) 365-1799........................ 62

North Texas Rehabilitation Services, Inc. (972) 272-6526................................................................ 55

Lionheart Children’s Academy (214) 838-3626............... 57

Novacopy, Inc. (972) 536-1507........................................ 54

Lisa A. Garner, M.D., F.A.A.D. (972) 271-4141................ 57

Nutribiotech, USA, Inc. (469) 298-2222.......................... 60

Logotology (214) 423-4000............................................. 53

NuZinc Inc. (972) 494-1376............................................. 61

Lone Star Neck and Back (214) 501-2888....................... 57

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O.D. Mayor Foundation (903) 813-5102......................... 55

Magnum Manhole and Underground Co. Inc. (972) 276-2048................................................................ 55

Oaks - 5th Street Crossing (972) 487-7700...................... 61

Popcorn Junction (972) 530-0200................................... 63 Porter Legal Group, PLLC (972) 400-2177....................... 59 PR Ministries (214) 384-6032.......................................... 55 Praxair (972) 840-7140.................................................... 60 Primera Companies, Inc. (214) 855-2730....................... 62 Prism Electric Inc. (972) 926-2000.................................. 61 Pro-Tech Staffing Services (972) 234-0505..................... 54 PXP Solutions (214) 380-1883......................................... 55

Q Quality Parts Warehouse (972) 276-0016....................... 54 Quality Star Products Ltd. (972) 272-8079...................... 60 QuikTrip Corporation (817) 358-7680............................. 63

R R Sablich and Associates (972) 905-9654........................ 54 RagingWire (866) 599-0998............................................ 55 Ragsdale, Curtis and Lagow, CPA’s, LLC (972) 278-1554................................................................ 54 Raising Cane’s (214) 864-1750........................................ 63 Randall Reed’s Prestige Ford (972) 864-3673................. 53 R-Delta Engineers (972) 494-5031.................................. 55 Recruiter Exchange (214) 954-7564................................ 54 RedLine Athletics (214) 396-8711................................... 61

Malleus Industrial Group, LLC (254) 339-3901............... 59

Oasis Church at Lakeview Assembly of God (972) 203-3522................................................................ 62

MAPEI Corp. (972) 271-9500........................................... 60

OCCUMED Plus, Inc. (972) 494-1419.............................. 58

Remington College (972) 686-7878................................ 57

Marlow Industries (214) 340-4900.................................. 61

Ocean Star Metals (972) 303-8388................................. 61

Republic Services (972) 422-2341................................... 61

Massey Cadillac (972) 840-4100..................................... 53

OfficeClean America, Inc. (214) 342-5333...................... 59

Resource One Credit Union (214) 540-1703................... 56

Massimo Motor Sports, LLC (877) 881-6376.................. 61

Olympia Consulting, LLC (469) 626-5266........................ 54

Resource One Credit Union (214) 565-5375................... 56

Master Hatters of Texas Inc. (972) 864-5523.................. 61

On The Border - Firewheel (972) 372-0110..................... 63

RHSB (972) 231-1300...................................................... 56

Mazda of Mesquite (972) 686-6200................................ 53

On the Border Cafe (972) 686-7867................................ 63

Ribelin Sales, LLC (972) 272-1594................................... 59

McAlister’s Deli (972) 475-9944...................................... 62

Oncor (888) 313-4747..................................................... 61

Richland College (972) 238-6364.................................... 57

McDonald’s (817) 988-8331............................................ 63

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Ridgewood Bingo (972) 864-1699................................... 53

McDonald’s Corporation (972) 272-6198....................... 63 Merchant Masters DFW (262) 339-5470........................ 55 Mesquite Rodeo (972) 285-8777.................................... 53 Methodist Family Health Center Firewheel (972) 530-8590............................................... 58

Packaging Corporation of America (972) 278-8141........ 61 Painting with a Twist (972) 468-9370.............................. 53 Pak Mail of Garland (972) 487-0260............................... 57 Palladium Garland (972) 774-4436................................. 62 Panera Bread (972) 202-8974......................................... 63

Methodist Richardson Medical Center (469) 204-2019................................................................ 58

Partners for People Management / Great Teams - Great Results (972) 240-5717....................................... 54

Metzger Awards (972) 285-6543..................................... 63

Patterson & Associates Insurance (214) 253-2578......... 56

Micropac Industries, Inc. (972) 272-3571....................... 60

Payroll Success Inc. (214) 265-1011................................ 55

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Reliable Chevrolet (972) 952-1561.................................. 53

Roach Feed & Seed, Inc. (972) 276-5962........................ 63 Rockler Woodworking & Hardware (469) 329-0971....... 63 Rosalind Coffee (972) 494-9449...................................... 63 Rowlett Flowers & Gift (972) 276-9800........................... 61 Royal Catering, Inc. (972) 437-1466................................ 62 RPM Expedite USA, LLC (888) 477-9383......................... 63 Rusty Wallis Honda - Volkswagen (214) 349-5559.......... 53


DIRECTORY CATEGORY INDEX | THE GARLAND GUIDE 2019 Texas Security Bank (469) 398-4830............................... 56

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Sam’s Club #4783 (972) 496-3956.................................. 63

Texas Skatium (972) 240-6455......................................... 53

Walgreens Drug Store (972) 487-6450............................ 58

Satellink, Inc. (972) 487-1434.......................................... 61

Texton (972) 494-5941.................................................... 61

Walmart Corporation (972) 496-2711............................ 63

Saturn Road Church of Christ (972) 271-2444................ 62

The Archer Company (972) 599-9999............................. 62

Sazon Mexican Home Cooking (214) 563-2237.............. 63

The Baldwin Company (214) 253-2545........................... 62

Walmart Neighborhood Market #2433 (469) 304-3399................................................................ 63

Scarbrough International (214) 600-2113...................... 59

The Body Shop Collision Repair (972) 272-8821............. 54

Seacrest Apartments (972) 530-6808............................. 62

The Braga Law Firm, P.C. (972) 497-9500........................ 59

Sears Holding Corporation (972) 864-2476.................... 59

The Burns Firm (972) 699-9994...................................... 57

Walmart Supercenter #3224 (972) 303-5865................................................................ 63

Senior Care Beltline (972) 495-7700............................... 58

The Courtyard Apartments (972) 495-0348.................... 62

Ward North American Van Lines (972) 272-4222........... 62

Senior Helpers (214) 712-4890....................................... 58

The Daniel Group (972) 247-6746................................... 54

Weismann & Company, P.C. (972) 404-0608................... 54

SERVPRO of North Garland & Park Cities (214) 522-3000................................................................ 59

The Dental Specialist (972) 496-0164............................. 57

Wells Fargo Bank - Countrybrook Village (972) 414-7490................................................................ 56

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Shea & McMurdie Retirement (972) 907-0110.............. 57 Sherwin Williams Co. (972) 271-2541............................. 61 Shiloh Oaks Apartments (972) 530-7175........................ 62 Shiny Smiles Pediatric Dentistry (469) 925-0861............ 57 Siciliano’s A Taste of Italy (972) 276-8913....................... 63 Silver Creek Assisted Living (469) 814-0412.................... 57 Silver Star Plastering, Inc. (972) 278-5988...................... 55 SimiDigi (Simulated Digital Training) (469) 269-9338..... 55

The Gourmet Sisters (214) 533-8015.............................. 62 The Mansions at Spring Creek (469) 609-9003............... 62 The Payton Group (972) 494-0616.................................. 53 The Salvation Army (972) 272-4531................................ 55 The Stewart Organization (972) 652-3239...................... 54 The Willis Law Group (214) 736-9433............................. 59 Thelemann Bookkeeping & Tax Service (972) 840-0035................................................................ 54

Walmart Neighborhood Market #4046 (972) 535-1192................................................................ 63

Wells Fargo Bank - Jupiter & Buckingham (972) 485-4700................................................................ 56 Wells Fargo Bank - North Garland & 190 (972) 485-4219................................................................ 56 Wells Fargo Bank - Saturn & Marketplace (972) 613-1778................................................................ 56 Wharry & Haynes Architects & Engineers (972) 272-4116................................................................ 55 Whataburger (972) 203-6115.......................................... 63

SmartArt Branding (214) 647-0276................................. 53

THINH NGUYEN STATE FARM INSURANCE AGENCY (469) 326-3335................................................................ 56

Smile Magic Dental & Braces (214) 606-5773................ 57

Thistle Solutions Inc. (214) 727-0626.............................. 54

Solis Mammography (972) 530-0100.............................. 58

Thomas A. Reed, DDS (972) 414-4000............................ 57

Southeastern Freight Lines (972) 271-0770.................... 59

Tom Sadler & Associates (214) 906-8590....................... 67

Southern Pride Openings Window and Door Replacement (972) 475-9500................................................................ 59

Total Hearing Care (214) 827-1900................................. 58

Springcreek Church (972) 494-5683............................... 62

Trebing Insurance Services (972) 271-8717.................... 56

Staff Force Personnel Services, Inc. (214) 503-9442....... 54

Trophy Nissan (972) 613-2200........................................ 54

Stan Luckie (972) 978-8821............................................ 63

Tru by Hilton (972) 272-0745.......................................... 60

Stephen Hill, Attorney (972) 840-9500........................... 59

Two Sticks Creative (469) 626-1771................................ 53

Stoneleigh On Spring Creek (972) 495-2121................... 62

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Wingstop Restaurants Inc. (972) 686-6500..................... 63

Studio 6 (214) 342-5400.................................................. 60

UBC Academy (972) 276-8040........................................ 55

Wisener Nunnally Roth, LLP (972) 530-2200.................. 59

Superior Health & Wellness Center (972) 253-9355...... 58

United Equities (713) 772-6262...................................... 62

Woodforest National Bank (972) 495-7900.................... 56

Swift Screen Printing Inc. (972) 494-1144....................... 61

United Healthcare Medicare (972) 249-8907................. 56

Woody Brownlee (469) 429-7405................................... 62

Syntration Tele Response, LLC. (866) 333-8997.............. 59

United States Postal Service (972) 276-6541.................. 57

Work Area Protection Corp. (972) 278-0553.................. 60

TPI dba Telecom Products, Inc. (972) 276-2901............. 60

Whataburger (972) 278-8540.......................................... 63 Whataburger (972) 240-8330.......................................... 63 Whataburger #762 - Firewheel (972) 530-2353.............. 63 Whitley Penn (214) 393-9300......................................... 54 Whole Health Chiropractic & Spa (972) 530-2273.......... 57 Wildwood Smoke Craft Whiskey (972) 496-9453........... 63 Willcare Events Centre - Garland, TX (214) 725-1505..... 53 Williams Funeral Directors (972) 276-5000.................... 61 Willis Family Dentistry (972) 240-7585........................... 57 Willis Group (972) 715-6266........................................... 56

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Unity Manufacturing (972) 272-9502............................. 60

Workforce Advance LLC (972) 821-3342......................... 54

Taco Casa (972) 303-1510............................................... 63

Urban Air Adventure Park (972) 295-9177..................... 53

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TDECU - Texas Dow Employees Credit Union (214) 765-8693................................................................ 56

US Corrosion Technologies (972) 271-7361.................... 59

Telsco Industries Inc./ Weathermatic (972) 278-6131................................................................ 60

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Terrence Burney Agency (469) 206-0728........................ 56 Texas Brand Bank (972) 494-9800................................... 56 Texas Counter Fitters (214) 221-0365............................. 60 Texas Entertainment Group (972) 276-6500................... 53 Texas Oncology (972) 272-3417...................................... 58

US Foods (972) 487-6200................................................ 59

Youth Achievement Foundation, Inc. (214) 514-3640.... 55

Z Zing LLC (214) 452-1789.................................................. 53

Vein Clinics of America (972) 495-2224.......................... 58 Vera Pest Control (972) 272-3997................................... 59 Veritex Community Bank (972) 220-0600....................... 56 Verizon - First Choice Communications (469) 400-9772................................................................ 55 Veryable Inc. (214) 310-0424.......................................... 54

Texas Roadhouse (972) 495-0417................................... 63

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Advertiser’s Index Amegy Bank................................................20

Executive Press...........................................69

Lane Gorman Trubitt..................................22

American National Bank TX........................27

Express Employment Pros..........................04

Liberty Air & Heat.......................................29

America’s Credit Union...............................43

Firewheel Golf Park....................................47

Methodist Richardson................................43

Bob Lilly Promotions...................................11

Firewheel Town Village...............................41

Pak Mail of Garland....................................45

Brighter Horizons Academy........................51

First Guaranty Bank....................................29

Resource One Credit Union........................45

Christian Care Senior Living........................42

Frost Bank...................................................02

Richland College.........................................40

City of Garland . .........................................18

Garland ISD.................................................30

Richland College - Garland.........................01

City of Garland - Ambassadors...................38

Garland Police Dept....................................09

Shea & McMurdie Financial.......................10

City of Garland- Heritage Crossing.............50

Garland Power & Light...............................70

SmartArt Branding......................................53

City of Garland - Water......................... 17, 21

Granville Arts Center..................................47

Springcreek Church....................................39

DART...........................................................07

Grove Staffing.............................................26

Texas Brand Bank........................................03

Eastfield College.........................................30

Hello Car Wash...........................................44

Wisener Nunnally Roth..............................51

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