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Cultivating atmosphere of trust makes Integrated Pest Management a cut above The moment you walk into Integrated Pest Management’s office and retail store at 1118 E. Highway 90A in Richmond, you become part of the family. At least, that’s what it felt like when I walked in to do the interview for the cover story in this month’s Fort Bend Business Journal. From the moment I entered the storefront to the time I left, I was welcomed. The entire team was friendly and said hello as I walked through the common area to talk to General Manager Jeff McQueen, then politely said goodbye when I walked back through. I could see the company’s philosophy, which Jeff said was the basis of the company’s founding under his father Bob and his father’s business partner Frank Comstive when the company was created in the early 1980s, epitomized during that short time. Jeff told me that just as he protects his own family through pest control, he’s going to

protect other people’s families and loved ones the best way he knows how – eliminating pest from their homes and businesses. And you know what? He wasn’t just selling me some oceanfront property in Arizona – he’s the real deal. You see, in this writer’s eyes, the only way a company stays around for nearly four decades is by committing to a vision and sticking to it, creating trust among its client base. From the beginning, Jeff said, Bob McQueen and Frank Comstive were committed to following through on their promises. To this day, it looks as though the company is going strong with no signs of slowing down, and that’s not at all surprising to me after spending just a few minutes there. So go on ahead and read this month’s cover story on Integrated Pest Management, Inc. inside today on Page 8 to see what they have to offer.

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Small business marketing costs more than ever By Jonathan McElvy jonathan@mcelvypartners.com Easy marketing tools on digital and social media do not mean digital and social media marketing is easy. It’s not. Don’t believe a single person who tells you otherwise. Even when that 20-something down the street tells you social media is way easy, that person is way wrong. Look at any survey of small business owners – national all the way down to our own company’s recent Small Business Sentiment Survey – and you’ll find more and more companies begrudging the difficulty of this new era in marketing. A new language of small business marketing Let’s be honest and at least admit most small business owners do not understand the language of digital and social media marketing. You may think you understand SEO, or Ad Words, or Boosted Posts or a dynamic website, but the reality is you don’t. And small business owners shouldn’t feel bad about that, because there are too many so-called digital marketing companies that don’t understand, either. Well, it’s either that or they

McElvy outright lie to the customers, which is why they churn so many on and back off the client roll. SEO – appearing organically at the top of search engines (Google) – is an easy acronym but it’s one most small businesses do not really understand. Case-in-point: Our company had a small business that told us they wanted to be at the top of Google search in their business category. That business owner allocated $2,000 a month to be at the top, and it needed to happen within a week. If you don’t see the problem, then it’s more evidence for a lack of understanding. If your business starts an SEO campaign, you can certainly appear within the Top 4 listings on the first page of Google over time. If you want to be

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treats community through pest control COVER STORY BY

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Integrated Pest Management, Inc.’s story began with a two-man sales team. Nearly 40 years later, the book on its success is far from finished, thanks to a simple concept. It may seem like a rudimentary concept, but at Integrated Pest Management, it’s much more. It’s a philosophy that General Manager Jeff McQueen and his father Bob, who co-owns the company with Frank Comstive, have strived to instill in each employee. It is one that has sustained the business for nearly four decades, and led to three generations of the McQueen family working at the company that serves the pest control needs of Richmond, Sugar Land, Missouri City, Stafford and other Fort Bend County communities. “We’re treating every customer like they’re a member of the family,” Jeff McQueen said. “I do everything I can to protect my family, and I’m going to do everything I can to protect

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everyone else’s family as well.” Integrated Pest Management’s story started forming in late 1983 and early 1984 thanks to Bob McQueen and business partner Comstive. The pair was a sales team for a small Houston-based pest control company, when Jeff said the pair realized the owner of the business was not able to follow through on promises and services made to them and the customers. From there, the pair decided to turn into entrepreneurs, eventually serving the customers themselves and then taking things one step further in efforts to help their community. They eventually took the business over and renamed it as Integrated Pest Management, Inc. At Integrated Pest Management, Jeff McQueen and his team offer residential and commercial pest control services for pests such as termites, mosquitoes and more. They also offer specialty services for pests such as bats and snakes, along with services for lawn and landscape pests. “We try to find the least toxic route to solve your problem – inspections are the number one tool that we use when we go out to a property,” Jeff said. “We are a familyowned and operated business, so we want to make sure we’re taking care of all the families we go to.” The company also has a retail store where community members can come in and purchase the product if they prefer to do it themselves and get educated on how to use April 2021 H The Fort Bend Business Journal

the products. “Anything pest-related, we can pretty much take care of,” Jeff said. In a standard year, Jeff said there is a fairly even split between commercial and residential clients. During COVID-19, however, he said there have been more residential calls due to many people working from home in the region. That increase in working from home, he said, has now coincided with the beginning of the spring season, when he said homes and businesses typically see an uptick in pest activity. And that’s where they come in. “When it comes to dealing with pests, it’s a health risk if you’re not doing some sort of preventative maintenance,” Jeff said. “And with more people being at home there’s more of a chance for something to spread.” What’s more, Jeff said he doesn’t see jobs as simply business transactions. It’s about building relationships with their clients, which is the principle he said the company was founded on with Bob and Frank. It’s in his blood to help others no matter what, which often leads to what Jeff called the most rewarding part of the job. “Problem-solving has always been the biggest thing for me – to be able to go in there, it’s like being a detective. You’ve got to figure out what the problem is, why they have it, and how to solve it,” he said. “The ‘thank you’ that you get from them in being able to protect their family is the best.”


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Area home builders open model homes in Richmond community By Landan Kuhlmann LKuhlmann@fortbendstar.com Several home builders in the area have opened new models in Richmond’s new Candela living community, according to a news release from Johnson Development. Builders Coventry Homes, Perry Homes and Westin Homes have recently opened three model homes each in the community, located along FM 359 about a mile south of the Westpark Tollway in Richmond. President Michael Cox of Johnson Development, who is developing the Candela community, said more than three dozen buyers have already chosen homes in the community and that the new models should bring an uptick in sales. “These builders are offering an excellent array of floor plans, with something for just about every buyer,” Cox said in a news release. Candela’s first phase includes 302 40-, 50- and 60-foot homesites, according to Johnson Development. The 460-acre community is planned for more than 1,500

Area home builders have opened model homes such as this one in the Candela community in Richmond. (Contributed photo) homes. The three builders’ newest models range from about 1,500-3,800 square feet depending on the builder and model, with prices ranging from the $270,000s to the $310,000s. In addition to the models, the builders have dozens of inventory homes under construction in the community. Candela’s Axis Amenity Center, which features meeting

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most businesses can’t afford it. If they’re going to spend a ton on having a perfect website (our suggestion), then the budget for SEO or social advertising is diminished. And if they dump all their money into digital marketing, but they don’t have a good website, they may as well have taken a nice vacation with the funds. Small business marketing is not easy, it’s not cheap and, most importantly, it is not easily understood. The next time you’re thinking about a digital campaign for your business, you’re much better off calling a marketing company and having a nice, long discussion. That’s something we do with our clients all the time, and we’ve learned our lesson about making sure clients understand the level of commitment digital marketing really takes. Any company that tells you otherwise just wants your money; they care little about your results. For more information on marketing for small businesses, visit mcelvypartners.com.


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Help Protect Your Family’s Inheritance spouses, beneficiaries who are no more than 10 years younger than the deceased IRA owner, and beneficiaries who are chronically ill or disabled. Minor children of the original account owner are also eligible for a stretch IRA – but only until they reach the age of majority, at which time the 10-year rule applies. So, if you want to leave your IRA to family members who don’t meet any of the above exceptions, what can you do? One possibility is a Roth IRA conversion. You could convert a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA over your lifetime, so your heirs would receive the Roth IRA. They would still be required to withdraw the assets within 10 years, but unlike with a traditional IRA, Roth IRA withdrawals are generally tax-free. These conversions are taxable, so you’ll want to consult your tax professional in addition to your financial advisor, to determine if this strategy can help you achieve your legacy goals.

Another option is to purchase life insurance, which can provide a specific dollar amount to your heirs or be used to help cover additional taxes. This may be especially advantageous if you are 72 or older, in good health, and taking withdrawals – technically called required minimum distributions – from your retirement accounts, such as your traditional IRA and your 401(k). If you don’t really need the money, you can use these withdrawals to pay for some or all of the insurance premiums. Life insurance can’t replace an IRA as a means to save for retirement, though, so you should consult with your financial advisor to make sure you are working toward all your goals. In any case, if you have a sizable IRA or you don’t need the funds that you’re required to take from your retirement accounts, you may want to start thinking about what you want to do with the money. The more thorough your legacy planning, the better your chances of meeting your legacy goals.

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UKPONG INNOCENT GREGORY (+) EASTERN WELFARE DEPARTMENT LPP 16131 CORSAIR RD 77053

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HENYARD BRITTANIE DESHAE (+) BUSINESS SSUPPLY DIRECT 16306 BODEGA BAY DR 77053

OBIJIOFOR RAPHAEL MBAKWE (+) RALPH OBIJIOFOR REALTY SERVICES 102 ROYAL LAKES MANOR BLVD 77469

GOINS WILLIAM CHARLES III (+) DETAILKUTZ 2423 LAGO MIRADO WAY 77406

ESEONU GENEVIEVE C (+) LIZ’S TRAVELS 6622 GRANT DRIVE 77469

BOYOMO JEAN LEON BOJEL USE 614 BUTTERFLY GARDEN TRAIL 777406

HUEBNER KATHRYN (+) SWEETIE PIES PETTING ZOO 22306 FM 762 RD 77461

TEZENO VANAVIA NAOMI (+) PROSPERITY BEHAVIORAL CARE 23539 SPENCER MEADOW LANE 77469

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MONTFORD SUSAN MOORE (+) SWEETLY SHATTERED FICTORIAN 4701 ANDERSON RD TRLR 169 77053

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DAO NGUYEN LLC ARTIST NAILS AND SPA 7930 W GRAND PKWY SOUTH 77406 ADEYANJU TONY (+) T.J TRANSPORT 25114 RUSTED ROOT 77406

77407

NWAKUCHE EMEKA (+) E-NITIATIV 19002 MISSION PARK DR APT 1225 77407 JACKSON HOPE S (+) 5 STAR TRAVEL AGENCY 9014 BUTTERSTONE RIDGE LN 77407 CENTENO CELSO BERMUDEZ (+) THE ARCK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 7302 BRANFORD PARK LN 77407


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AMADI WILSON AMADI AUTO SPARE PARTS SERVICES 19815 POND ARBOR PATH 77407

FLORES RAUL JR K CUSTOMS & PERFORMANCE 4709 HIGHWAY 36 SUITE 55 77471

MATHIS ANTHONY (+) ACM MAKE READY AND LANDSCAPING 850 IMPERIAL BLVD 77498

GERALDY LAVENTURE WILSONART 1901 WATERSIDE VILLAGE DR APT 306 77407

BRENNER MONICA (+) BEELINE BAKING 1909 AVE G 77471

UBAJAKA IKECHUKWU (+) IYKE COLLINS LOGISTIC 14935 SUGAR SANDS DRIVE 77498

HERNANDEZ JULIO ROMARIO URBINA (+) KCJ LEGACY TRUCKING 6626 LAGUNA TRACT ST 77407

LOZANO MARGARITA RODRIGUEZ ENAMOR BLOOMS 815 CANYON HILL LN 77471

FLORES CHRISTINA LAURILETICS 14322 ROCKPORT CT 77498

FERRER JAIME REYES (+) SIMPLE LIVING TAX AND INSURANCE 8502 ATWOOD BEND TRAIL 77407

SALCIDO GRACE ELLEN HYDRO PRESSURE SOUTIONS 347 HILL RD 77471

SAFDAR MUHAMMAD FAHEEM (+) SMART PRODUCTS & SERVICES 11815 BALMORHEA LANE 77498

WILLIAMS-SMITH SAVATRIA NICHOLE (+) WSMITH ENTITIES 7934 NORTHFORK HOLLOW LN 77407

77477

KHAN SARA NSW SUPPLIES 7927 TINDAREY MAPLE TRACE 77407

WEST PETER NCCSTX 2626 DEBORAH ST 77477

77450

WEST PETER OFFICE CLEAN EXPERTS 2626 DEBORAH ST 77477

WASHINGTON D’ANDRE CAIN (+) WASHINGTON WINDOWS 3306 S FRY RD 77450

YAPPER DAPPERE INC PRETTY PUPS 4611 S MAIN #12 77477

AL-SAFFAR RAWAA (+) TRIO REIMAGINED 22522 DIAMOND SHORE CT 77450

MAYNE MARCO MONIQUE (+) LE MARCO FRENCH SWEET TREATS 2607 FOREST RIDGE DR 77459

CAMP RUAMA BIRMINGHAM RUAMA CAMP 114 CREST COURT 77477

AL-SAFFAR RAWAA (+) TRIOMOTIVES 22522 DIAMOND SHORE CT 77450

ROSSER KAREN (+) GRACE YOUR SPACE 10039 HARBOR LIGHT DRIVE 77459

OKORO IJEOMA (+) BETTER WITH IJ 3723 GRAND PROMENADE LN 77477

AL-SAFFAR RAWAA (+) TRIOPIVOTS 22522 DIAMOND SHORE CT 77450

WOOD MONICA (+) SAGE + WILLOW PHOTOGRAPHY (+) 3430 OYSTER COVE DR 77459

LATIFF SAARAH LURS CASES 4206 CRESCENT LN 77477

AL-SAFFAR RAWAA (+) MILLENIALS MELODY 22522 DIAMOND SHORE CT 77450

HOWARD DEBORAH CECILIA (+) SOUTHERN SOUFFLE’ 2723 MEADOWCREEK DR 77459

REYNOLDS VENESSIA BAXTER (+) A FAMILIAR PLACE 630 COLONY LAKE ESTATES DR #1116 77477

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RICKS- BONNIE KENYA L (+) MOVE WITH THE MOTION TRAVEL & NOTARY SERVICE 7802 LAKE COMMONS DR 77459

FISHER ROSA TRUST AND KARE TRANSPORTATION 4235 HWY 90 77477

TANG QUANG (+) CRAWFISH & PHO 2 4751 HIGHWAY 6 77459

THOMAS ARIEL DESHAE (+) GLAM7THIRTEEN 10502 FOUNTAIN LAKE DR APT #627 77477

HEATH ROSHANA LYNELL (+) STYLZ BY RO 5702 RIVER PEAK 77459

FAROOQI AQEEL URREHMAN (+) RIGHT INSPECTION 2330 SOUTH MAIN 77477

77471

LYONS LOUIS NEW CONVENANT CHURCH 3311 S SUTTON SQUARE 77477

CLEPPER JESENIA ALLURE CONSULTING & DESIGN COMPANY 18902 WHITEHAVEN BEND LANE 77407

77459

JENKINS BRANDON PHERAROMA 1201 LAW CT ROSENBERG 77471 HAMILTON ELBERT JR (+) WRITING ANGLER 1535 KENT VALLEY LANE 77471

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AGUILAR LEONARDO (+) YOLE BODY SHOP 13510 W BELLFORT AVE STE #504 77498 The Fort Bend Business Journal H April 2021

IKETUBOSIN TAMUNOTONYE ALVAN (+) [E] IKETUBOSIN IMPACT 135 CHANDLER CT 77479 IKETUBOSIN TAMUNOTONYE ALVAN (+) [E] IKETUBOSIN IMPACT 135 CHANDLER CT 77479 GIFTCART LLC THE KITCHEN COMPANY (+) 3939 W WISTERIA CIR 77479 COSANI ALICE ANNE (+) RATED ART DESIGNS 3019 JENNY DR 77479 GALVAN JEFFREY TLP GROUP 1802 AMERICAN ELM CT 77479 SALU OLUWATOMIWA AYODEJI (+) VENI VICI 4111 LAUROTTE CT 77479

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SERVICE DIRECTORY A/C AND HEATING TAURUS MECHANICAL,INC Cell (832) 731-5256 www.houstonheatingandcooling.com Taurus Mechanical, Inc. is a locally-owned business and has been serving customers in Sugar Land, Missouri City, Richmond, and Katy in the state of Texas for the last 33 years since 1986. We provide residential and commercial services. We provide Quality and Integrity in our service.

ADOPTIONS AND COUNSELING RAINBOW OF LOVE 281 438-6588 www.rainbowoflove.org Rainbow of Love is a Social Services non-profit that specializes in Adoption, Counseling and Parenting Classes. The agency was founded in Fort Bend County in 2003 and continues to have a Fort Bend office in Missouri City. The Adoption program works with families and expectant parents from all over Texas and most states of the United States. The Counseling, Parenting Classes, Case Management and Charity programs focus on local Fort Bend and Harris County communities.

ADVERTISING Fort Bend Star 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com We have been delivering a free community newspaper to homes throughout Fort Bend County longer than ANY OTHER newspaper. Fort Bend Business Journal 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com The Fort Bend Business Journal is a monthly magazine that focuses on the business community of Fort Bend County. It is home delivered to 10,500 homes in Sugar Land and Missouri City , 500 copies to businesses in Fort Bend , and online for readers at no charge. The Business Journal  features news stories about businesses , people, and events of importance to the local business community.

ALTERATIONS & TAILORING LIZ’S TAILOR and ALTERATIONS 281-242-3193 www.lizstailor.com 3626 Highway 6 South (In the Luby’s/Big Lots Shopping Center) Sugar Land, TX 77478

Our Alterations Service for Ladies and Gentlemen include: Full resizing of your dress or prom to make a perfect fit; hem pants & jeans, taper in and out; shorten jacket sleeves and zipper changes. We fix your clothes at affordable prices. We offer professional tailoring. We will make your clothes from a catalog or pattern. For one-day or immediate service, please call Liz at 281-242-3193. We offer free estimates or visit us at www.lizstailor.com or email us at liz@lizstailor.com.

AUTO REPAIR / MAINTENANCE Charlton’s Auto Body Repair and Vehicle Detailing 281-499-1126 www.charltonsbodyrepair.com Chuck Charlton, 1131 Staffordshire @ 5th Street, Stafford, Texas 77477, Charbody@aol.com, Fax: 281-4991694, Complete collision repair. Frame & Unibody straightened. Expert computer color matching. Custom painting & pin stripping. Honest service. 79 Years Strong and 3 Generations Proud!

CHIROPRACTOR Sugar Land Health Center 281-980-1050 www.sugarlandhealthcenter.com 3425 Hwy 6, Suite 101 Sugar Land,, TX 77478

GARAGE DOOR SERVICE Alliance Garage Doors 832-768-1897 www.alliancegaragedoorstx.com Alliance Garage Doors has been locally owned and operated for the past 25 years in the Sugar Land/Missouri City/Richmond/ Rosenberg/Katy area. We install, repair, and sell all makes and models of garage doors and openers and provide free estimates on request. For all your garage door needs, please feel free to give us a call!

INSURANCE AGENCIES Goosehead Insurance 281-643-0996 www.gooseheadinsurance.com/ andrew-haley-insurance “Goosehead Insurance brings years of experience and expertise in serving your Auto, Home, Life & Commercial Insurance needs. As your Risk Management Advisor, Andrew Haley understands the value of safeguarding what matters most to you and will work on your behalf to bring you the best insurance options based on your The Fort Bend Business Journal H April 2021

individual needs. You will be met with unmatched customer service, integrity and expediency.”

JEWELERS Gold Connection Jewelers 281-344-9900 We Buy Gold www.goldconnection.net We are a full-service jewelry store in your neighborhood. We offer diamonds, gold and silver jewelry and watches. Repairs are done on our premises. Custom design is our specialty. We offer front door parking for your convenience. Our hours are M-F from 10:00-6:00 pm and again on Sat from 10:00-4:00 pm. We are located at 206 Hwy 90A, Richmond, 77406. Come see our fabulous inventory!

MACHINE TOOLS Schofield Company 281-217-4799 The Schofield Company, has been in business since 1980, in Fort Bend County, specializing in American Made Machine Tools. Primary products are Wellsaw metal cutting bandsaws, made in the Kalamazoo, Michigan since 1926. Also McEnglevan, (Mifco), melting furnaces made in Danville, Illinois, for melting non-ferrous metals such as Brass, Bronze, Aluminum, Gold, and Silver. Used primarily in college art departments to make sculptures from wax art work. Contact Mike Schofield for further details.

NETWORKING Fort Bend Chapter - BNI Fort Bend Business Network International, the oldest networking chapter in the Fort Bend Chapter - BNI network, is a group of like-minded business owners who meet to network every Thursday morning at 7 am on Zoom meeting. Membership is limited to one professional per category. However, the organization does have some open categories and is looking for entrepreneurs who want to connect with a great group of people and grow their business! For information on how to come visit, please email jsazma@fortbendstar.com The Oyster Creek Rotary Club www.OysterCreekRotary.org This local club has been a member of Rotary International since 1979 and is a volunteer organization dedicated to serving the Missouri City and Stafford communities. The club’s mission is to promote world CONTINUES

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peace, eradicate polio and to support various organizations within our servicing area, through our annual fund raiser. Our volunteers come from many walks of life in the business world. We welcome your visit the first Friday of every month, 12 p.m. at the City Centre, 2880 LaQuinta Dr. Missouri City, TX. 77459.

OPTOMETRIST My Eye Dr. 6026 Hwy 6 Missouri City, TX 77459 281-499-2600

PEST CONTROL Integrated Pest Management, Inc. 281-341-1761 1118​E. Highway 90A Richmond, TX 77406

PHARMACIES Ed’s Pharmacy 281-499-4555 Ed Sziy, 3740 Cartwright, Missouri City, TX 77459, Fax: 281-499-7088.

PHYSICIANS The Immunization Clinic Be wise, test and, immunize 281-313-7468 office 281-313-7470 fax www.houstonvaccines.com houstonvaccines@gmail.com 3727 Greenbriar Dr. #403 Stafford, TX 77477 CDC certified Yellow fever provider of domestic and travel vaccines, Flu vaccines, TB skin tests, Drug testing and titer testing for adults and children for college, work, travel, immigration, pre-employment and post-accident testing. Open for appts M-F and 2 Saturdays a month.You can come to our site TB skin tests, Drug testing and titer testing for adults and children for college, work, travel, immigration, pre-employment and post-accident testing. Open for appts M-F and 2 Saturdays a month.You can come to our site or we come to you for mobile testing and administration of vaccines for groups and churches.

PREGNANCY RESOURCES Pregnancy Resource Medical Center 281-232-2375 www.prmcfortbend.org The Pregnancy Resource Medical Center is a nonprofit that helps women by offering free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, peer consultations, classes and parenting

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resources. We are looking for volunteers, financial partners and church liaisons to help us reach our community. You can share the joy of helping hurt hearts and saving lives. We are located at 4411 Avenue N Rosenberg, TX 77471

REAL ESTATE Colliers International, formerly Curtice Commercial Real Estate 281-494-4769 kolbe.curtice@colliers.com Kolbe M. Curtice, CCIM, CLS, 15999 City Walk, Suite 250, Sugar Land Square located at U.S. Highway 59 & State Highway 6, Fax: 281-494-3227, Brokerage, Development, Investment and Tenant Representation, 30 years experience in Fort Bend. Johnson Development Corp. 713-960-9977 www.johnsondevelopment.com More top-selling communities than any other developer in America. Larry Johnson 5005 Riverway Dr., Suite 500 Houston, TX 77056` Keller Williams Southwest 1650 Highway 6 Suite 350 Sugar Land, TX 77478 281-265-0000 http://www.kwsw.com

RESTAURANTS AKI Steak and Sushi 281-565-1110 www.akisteakandsushi.com 510 Highway 6, Suite #180 King’s BBQ 832-532-7816 Kingsbbqcatering.net 9920 Hwy 90A Suite # D- 120 Sugar Land, TX 77478 Las Haciendas Mexican Bar & Grill 281-240-3060 LasHaciendasGrill.com 12821 Southwest Freeway Stafford, TX 77477

SCRAP DEALER/METAL RECYCLING Julius Metals 281-499-6400 www.juliusmetals.com 3018 5th St., Stafford, TX 77477 Julius Metals has been FT. BEND COUNTY’S LARGEST SCRAP DEALER serving Fort Bend and surrounding counties for the past 31 years. As a proud and responsible member of the

Fort Bend, Texas business community, we accept aluminum, copper, brass, stainless steel, vehicle radiators, air conditioning coils, lead and other scrap metal. We seek to protect the environment through our intake and processing of scrap metal product usually destined for landfills. Our friendly staff values you as a customer and provides the VIP treatment to make your experience with us a profitable and efficient one. If you’re not selling me your metal, we both lose money!

SENIOR LIVING Inspired Living at Sugar Land 6400 Oilfield Rd Sugar Land, TX. 77479 713-234-1926

VETERINARIAN Sugarcreek Animal Clinic 281-242-9070 www.sugarcreekanimalclinic.com​ 14015 S.W. Freeway, Bldg. 2 Sugar Land, TX 77478

VIDEO SERVICES Star Digital Studios 281-690-4280 www.starvideoproductions.com A full service video production studio providing all phases of video production including professional writing, videography, editing, DVD duplication, distribution; also video deposition services to the legal community. For video needed for a TV commercial, website posting, employee training, promotional DVDs, special presentations, coverage of live events/ trade shows, or corporate videos, give us a call. If you are interested in something you do not see on our website, let us know and we’re ready to accommodate your needs!

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Nehls

One of the most hotly-contested and high-profile races in Fort Bend County history is over. Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls, a Republican, defeated Democrat Sri Preston Kulkarni to assume U.S. Rep. Pete Olson’s seat in Texas’ 22nd Congressional District, which includes Fort Bend County and parts of Harris County and Brazoria County.

Per the Texas Secretary of State, Nehls prevailed by a margin of 50 percent to 45 percent, or 155,809 votes to 138,694 votes. “I want to personally send heartfelt thanks and sincere gratitude to the many volunteers who made calls, worked the polls, and served on advisory committees,” Nehls said in a Nov. 8 Facebook post. “This is a tremendous team effort and I could not be more appreciative to you. I’m especially proud of our interns for getting involved and learning more about

the political process. Lastly, thank you to all who cast votes. I will work tirelessly to represent

the best interests of all residents in our district.” In a Nov. 6 message to his supporters on Facebook, Kulkarni said he was “not done fighting for our future.” “Our campaign in (Texas’ 22nd Congressional District) has always been about bringing real representation to our communities and ensuring everyone has a voice in our political system,”

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Kulkarni said. “Over the past three years, we built the most diverse and inclusive grassroots campaign for Congress Texas has ever seen, with more faiths and ethnic and linguistic communities than anything we have ever seen before. This campaign was about all of us, not any one person running for office, and about the potential we have to restore reason, compassion and

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