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around Sugar Land appears to have followed the community’s lead. With beautiful tree-lined streets (many forming canopies), inviting parks, immaculate landscaping and good signage, First Colony is a true model of a modern community where families can live, work, shop and play. Home to just over half of Sugar Land’s residents, First Colony is at the heart of the city. Sugar Land Town Square with its artistic plaza, City Hall, ample parking, hotel and conference center, and diverse mix of shops and restaurants is the perfect place for gatherings and events. It’s a place of community and belonging. I doubt the community’s founders could have foreseen what it would become but it certainly reflects the vision and direction they gave it when it formed in the 1970s. For those who call First Colony home or those of us who visit often, it’s worth a few minutes to learn more about the story of this enterprising community. Please see the cover story inside this issue and then be sure to take some time to enjoy the many amenities First Colony and Sugar Land have to offer. You’ll be glad you did! Sincerely, Joe Southern Editor, Fort Bend/Katy Business Journal

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FB Women’s Center opens new PennyWise store in Katy Fort Bend Women’s Center’s new PennyWise store in Katy is now open. It is the Women’s Center’s fourth PennyWise store and is located at 323 S. Mason Road, Katy, between Dollar Tree and Fiesta Mart. The new PennyWise store features a full inventory of furniture, housewares, home décor, and men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. There will also be a boutique area with hand selected high quality purses, footwear, prom dresses, cocktail dresses, bridal and other formal attire. The store celebrated its grand opening Dec. 6 with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Katy Chamber of Commerce and the Women’s Center. Guests had the opportunity to win door prizes, gift cards, and PennyWise gift cards. Holiday entertainment was provided along with light refreshments. PennyWise Resale Stores play a vital role in supporting Fort Bend Women’s Center’s lifesaving services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children.

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Items donated to PennyWise Resale stores are either given directly to survivors and their families to help them start new lives or are sold to raise funds for the Women’s Center’s services. “Whether you are spring cleaning or bargain hunting, when you support our PennyWise stores, you are bringing healing and hope to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault,” says Vita Goodell, CEO of Fort Bend Women’s Center. “The Katy community has been very generous to the Women’s Center over the past several years. We are excited that this new location will make shopping and donating even more convenient for Katy residents.” A full list of PennyWise Resale Stores and Donation Center locations can be found at www.fbwc.org/ pennywise. PennyWise offers a free donation pick up service for larger items – to request a pickup, email pick-ups@fbwc.org or call 281-3445777.

Pictured from the left are Fort Bend Women’s Center Board member Melissa Blanscet, Chief Retails Operations Officer Joy Dowell, Board Member Juliet Breeze, Board Member Chelsea Nguyen, FBWC Board President-Elect Bryan Sparks, FBWC Board President Brucer Mercer. (Submitted photo)

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OakBend Medical Group doctors donate $64,000 to hospital’s Vision 2020 campaign OakBend Medical Group announced that Dr. Owen Capocyan, Dr. Gildardo Ceballos, Dr. Long Cao and Dr. Vijaiganesh Nagarajan have donated $64,000 to OakBend Medical Center’s Vision 2020. According to Donna Ferguson, VP and COO of OakBend Medical Group, “These four physicians are leading the way by showing their dedication to the hospital and to the community. This generous donation will contribute to their long-term goal of improving the health and well-being of our community. I am honored to work with them, and I look forward to what their donation will bring to the hospital and our patients.” OakBend Medical Center’s Vision 2020 is a campaign to bring the most Pictured from the left are Dr. Long Cao, Dr. Owen Capocyan, Dr. Gildardo Ceballos and Dr. advanced concepts for a healing Vijaiganesh Nagarajan. (Submitted photo) environment to OakBend’s Jackson Street campus.

Needville doctor named Family Physician of the Year Longtime family physician Dr. Art Klawitter, M.D., of Memorial Hermann Medical Group Needville has been honored by the Harris County Academy of Family Physicians (HCAFP) as the 2017 Physician of the Year. Dr. Klawitter, a Needville native who has dedicated his career to serving his hometown, was selected based on his enduring commitment to advancing the health and wellbeing of patients, as well as his lifetime involvement in organizations that promote the health care industry at local, state and national levels. Dr. Klawitter has enjoyed a distinguished career in the Needville community, caring for several generations of patients starting from the time they were babies through adulthood. In addition to his service as a board-certified family physician, Dr. Klawitter served as secretary/treasurer of the Texas Medical Association and also served as a state delegate to the American Medical Association House of Delegates. He has served on multiple committees and commissions in the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. “I have had the privilege of working with Dr. Klawitter for many years,” said

Leon Rochen, Executive Director of Harris County Academy of Family Physicians. “He is a tireless advocate in his efforts to improve patient care in Texas and has truly earned the honor as HCAFP’s Physician of The Year.” The largest chapter of family physicians in the state, HCAFP bestows its annual Physician of the Year recognition on an individual in the medical community who spends at least 50 percent of his or her time in active practice or family practice education. The nominee must be able to show that he or she has provided compassionate and caring medical service on a continuing basis, demonstrated direct and effective involvement in community activities that enhance the quality of life where he or she lives, and serves as a credible and invaluable role model to the community, colleagues and other health professionals, especially medical students and physicians in training. “I’m humbled to have received such a prestigious recognition from my peers,” Dr. Klawitter said. “Devoting my professional life to being a family physician has been a tremendously rewarding experience, and it’s even more special to be Fort Bend / Katy Business Journal H January 2018

able to care for families in the same community where I grew up. I cherish the relationships I’ve built with my patients and their families over the years, and I’m honored that they have entrusted me with their care.” Dr. Art Klawitter, M.D Dr. Klawitter earned his medical degree at The University of Texas Southwest Medical School at Dallas in 1978 and earned his board certification from the American Board of Family Medicine in 1981. He has been practicing medicine 36 years in Needville, the last five at Memorial Hermann Medical Group Needville. He lives in Needville with his wife, Pamela, they have three adult children and four grandchildren. Memorial Hermann Medical Group Needville is located at 3006 School St. Appointments can be made by calling 979793-4114 or online through Schedule Now.

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he following members have recognized the importance of being a part of a five-star accredited chamber that connects, provides opportunities and solutions. In a national study, membership in a local chamber boosts the member’s image among consumers and results in positive perceptions in a number of areas, including overall favorability, consumer awareness and reputation, and likelihood of future patronage.

CRP/AR Riverstone Owner LP DBA Stella at Riverstone Rachel Pash, Business Manager 4711 L.J. Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77407 (281) 888-6700 www.StellaAtRiverstone.com

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4767 Sweetwater Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77479 (281) 725-1705 www.musclemakergrill.com

Rainmaker Consulting Resources Jeff Oliver, Principal 16823 Bannermans Way Richmond, TX 77407 (832) 258-1367 www.rainmakercr.com

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Susan Simmons, Branch Manager 310 Highway 6, Ste. 200 Sugar Land, TX 77487 (888) 842-6328 www.navyfederal.org

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James Morgan, Business Development Representative 20901 Long Meadow Farms 12860 Jess Pirtle Blvd. Sugar Land, TX 77478 (281) 201-7448

Universal Dialysis LLC Bonnie Celestine, Administrator 12919 Southwest Frwy., Ste. 138 Stafford, TX 77477 (281) 565-1277 www.universalhometherapy.com

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To Schedule Your Business Ribbon Cutting

PennyWise Resale Center

6808 S Texas 6, Houston, TX 77083 281-344-5791 • www.fbwc.org/pennywise

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Fort Bend County 268th & 434th District Court Honorable John Hawkins, (281) 238-1970 Full Circle Chiropractic and Wellness Center Te’Lila Robinson, ( 832) 987-1715 The Honor Roll School Tracey Hollingsworth, (281) 265-7888 Windstream Communications David Avery, (501) 748-5876 HCC Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses

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Missouri City Green Pam Allan, (281) 433-1175 Barker Law Firm PC Georgia Barker, (713) 205-7573 Sam’s Limousine & Transportation Karen Zuri, (281) 780-7077 The Urban Foresters Grant Crowell, (832) 731-6531

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Sweetpea Smiles Khori Hunter, (281) 566-2587 You Only Younger Med-Spa Donna Braunreiter, (281) 937-7537 Archi*Technics/3, Inc. Christus Powell, (713) 868-0088

7 YEARS HR in Alignment, LLC Michael Dobert, (281) 494-2985 Senior Trust SR Alliance - Fort Bend Ronald Norsworthy, (281) 207-5359

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Cornerstone Christian Academy Kristi Armstrong, (281) 980-0842 Umbilicals International Inc Nina Duong, (281) 275-6672

Houston Apartment Association Lauren Turner, (713) 595-0335

Arcadis U.S., Inc. April Cooper, (713) 953-4760

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Elysian at Sienna Plantation Amber Bertram, (281) 778-4800

Saleem Ghulamali, (281) 977-7462 SWE Pamela Daniel, (281) 240-3586

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Star Furniture Company Bill Barnum, (281) 342-7827

Texas Oncology, PA Nancy Wells, (281) 277-5200

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Minute Maid Jeff Cook, (281) 302-4800

McDonald & Wessendorff Insurance Dan McDonald, (281) 342-2857

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Ibn Sina Foundation, Inc

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Chamberlain, Hrdlicka Lawrence Sherlock, (713) 654-9622

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Absolutely Focus Magazine Patti Kaminski, (281) 690-4242

Gee Eye Care Kevin L. Gee, (281) 778-9912

Classic Messaging LLC Dominic Cashiola, (281) 494-6250

Texan Bank Kristin Koncaba, (281) 276-1800

NewFirst National Bank Sugar Land Tom Shirley, (832) 344-2050

Translite LLC Nizar Mullani, (281) 240-3111

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UNETEK Inc. Frederick Doty, (713) 333-2020

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Target Marketing Philip Hageman, (800) 933-3909 Sugar Lakes Family Practice Dr. John Vanderzyl, (281) 565-2800 Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra Britany Lovett, (281) 276-9642

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University of Houston Sugar Land Catherine Brown, (713) 743-5975 Bank of Texas - Sugar Land Frank Yonish, (713) 578-3556

23 YEARS Cy Sanders, CPA Cy Sanders, CPA, (281) 491-9100 Fastsigns Jenifer Castro, (281) 491-7446

24 YEARS Rozell Realty Michael D. Rozell, (281) 980-9100

26 YEARS Houston Association of Realtors - Fort Bend Rhonda Flowers, (713) 335-4240 State of Texas, District 26 Representative Rick Miller, (281) 980-0117

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30 YEARS State of Texas, District 26 Representative Rick Miller, (281) 980-0117

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Garrett-Boyd, DDS, MS, Inc. F.A. Garrett, (281) 980-3900

City of Arcola Mary Etta Anderson, (281) 431-0606

KW Industries, Inc. James White, (281) 240-0909

Nationwide Insurance Jim Murray, (281) 499-0377

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Hampton Inn Stafford Joseph Sherfield, (281) 565-0559

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The Advocate for Business Excellence in Fort Bend County.

33 YEARS Brown & Gay Engineers, Inc. David Lowe, (281) 558-8700

45 YEARS Texas Instruments, Inc. John Ricard, (281) 914-9858

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Sienna Plantation announces new models, neighborhoods Award-winning Sienna Plantation — one of the nation’s top-selling communities — is adding more neighborhoods that encompass more than 200 homesites and welcoming two new model homes as it celebrates 20 years of development. Last month, Chesmar Homes debuted a new model in Mill Crossing, one of the newest neighborhoods in Sawmill Lake Village. M/I Homes, new to Sienna Plantation, also opened a new model in Mill Crossing recently. Building in Mill Crossing as well are CalAtlantic Homes, Newmark Homes and Perry Homes. Forty-three 60-foot homesites are expected to be added to the neighborhood for builders Meritage Homes and Westin Homes first quarter 2018. Homes in Mill Crossing are priced from the $240,000s. “This is just the start for what we expect to be a busy several months in Sienna Plantation,” said Alvin San Miguel, General Manager of the community. “It’s already been a busy year with nearly 350 homes sold and more than 300 families moving in.” Presales began recently in Stillwater Cove, an enclave of garden homes. Chesmar Homes has 21 55foot properties and Shea Homes has 23 60-foot homesites in the neighborhood. By the end of the year, presales also are expected to begin in Logan Pass, a neighborhood of 42 75-foot homesites. Newmark Homes and Coventry Homes will offer designs in the neighborhood.

Sienna Plantation in Fort Bend County has released 200 homesites to builders, capping a year of strong sales, new model homes, new schools and new amenities. (Submitted photo)

“All of these neighborhoods are in the Village of Sawmill Lake, which has both Sienna’s newest on-site school and newest recreation center,” San Miguel said. Sawmill Lake Club opened this summer, allowing residents to enjoy the end of swim season in Sienna’s fourth resort-style swimming complex. The center also houses the second fitness center found in the community. Leonetti Elementary opened in August and is Sienna’s sixth on-site school. Thornton Middle School is under construction nearby and is expected to open

August 2018. In early December, presales began in Leafwing Meadow, one of the largest parcels remaining in the northern portion of Sienna Plantation. The neighborhood offers 91 homesites in its first phase with another 50-plus to be released later. David Weekley Homes and Perry Homes offer designs priced near $250,000 on 45-foot homesites, and David Weekley Homes is building a series of homes designed for 34-foot homesites with rear alleys. “Sienna North is nearing build out, except for a few more phases in Avalon at Sienna Plantation and another few acres,” San Miguel said. “We do have commercial property left, however, with Jack in the Box opening, IHOP under construction and plans approved for a Chick-fil-A, Lupe Tortilla restaurant and a couple of retail strip centers.” Sienna Plantation, which in October was named Master-Planned Community of the Year in the Houston’s Best PRISM Awards hosted by the Greater Houston Builders Association, continues to resonate with homebuyers, San Miguel said. “The market is still with us,” he said, “and we are having to prepare to meet demand for a wide variety of homes here. People are drawn by our world-class amenities, on-site schools and excellent location — and for many, when it’s time to move up or downsize, they choose to remain in Sienna Plantation. Learn more at www.siennaplantation.com.

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Johnson Development tops residential developer list

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ohnson Development leads the greater Houston area real estate market as its most active residential developer, according to a list released recently by a Houston business publication. The venerable company had the most number of homesites developed in Houston between October 2016 and September 2017 of any other firm. Johnson’s 2,714 new homesites topped its nearest competitor by approximately 20 percent. “It’s been a busy year with sales starting in our 14th Houston community and five of our developments in the Houston area listed among the nation’s 50 best-selling communities,” said Doug Goff, President and Chief Executive Officer of Johnson Development. The 590-acre Veranda community in Richmond saw home sales starting and welcomed its first model homes in the spring. Johnson Development’s Harvest Green — also in Richmond — debuted on the nation’s topselling community list compiled by Robert Charles Lesser & Co. (RCLCO) this year. Also qualifying for the list were Riverstone, ranked No. 1 in Houston; Cross Creek Ranch in Fulshear; Sienna Plantation in Missouri City;

and Woodforest in South Montgomery County. Rounding out Johnson Development’s active Houston communities are Edgewater in Webster, Fall Creek in Humble, Grand Central Park in Conroe, Harmony in Spring, Imperial in Sugar Land, Jordan Ranch in Fulshear, Tuscan Lakes in League City and Willow Creek Farms in Brookshire. “Several of our communities also grew considerably, adding new neighborhoods, builders and available homes as we worked to meet the needs of people searching for distinctive homes in lifestyle communities,” Goff said. “The Houston economy remains one of the nation’s strongest, gaining nearly 50,000 new jobs over last year, and the housing market is equally as strong, with housing starts also up from 2016. Johnson Development is ready for the influx of people who continue to relocate here and the families who want to stay in this dynamic region.” Johnson Development also has one community in Atlanta — Lake Arrowhead — and two in Dallas-Fort Worth — Trinity Falls in McKinney and Arlington’s Viridian, which was also ranked among the nation’s 50 top-selling communities in the RCLCO report.

Johnson Development is the Houston area’s most active developer, with 2,714 new homesites introduced from October 2016 through September 2017. Shown is Cross Creek Ranch in Fulshear. (Submitted photo)

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene’s Lane Pearson named HAR/Fort Bend Outstanding Realtor

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ane Pearson of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene (“Gary Greene”) has been named the Houston Association of Realtors/Fort Bend County Outstanding Realtor for 2017. A top-producing agent since 1991, Lane was recognized by the chapter’s membership for her leadership and support of Fort Bend County’s Realtor community. “When it comes to selecting an Outstanding Realtor, Lane Pearson checks all the boxes,” said 2016 award recipient Linda Bell. “She has demonstrated amazing leadership on behalf of our profession and works tirelessly to raise funds for Fort Bend causes.” Among her many professional accomplishments, Lane has served in senior positions with the HAR/ Fort Bend Political Affairs

Leadership, Women’s Council of Realtors Fort Bend Chapter, and the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce. She also has participated in fundraising efforts for the Fort Bend Women’s Center and served as chair of the Gillman Charity Golf Tournament for the past 15 years helping raise over $1 million for the Women’s Center. An agent and local relocation specialist with Gary Greene’s Fort Bend sales office, Lane has earned certifications of Accredited Luxury Homes Specialist, Graduate Realtor Institute and e-Pro Real Estate. She is a three-time Gary Greene Silver Performance Award winner, a member of Who’s Who in Houston for outstanding professional and civic achievement and a five-star real estate agent as recognized by Texas Monthly Magazine. Fort Bend / Katy Business Journal H January 2018

Lane Pearson of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene is the Houston Association of Realtors/Fort Bend County Outstanding Realtor for 2017. (Submitted photo)

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First Colony marks By Elsa Malakoff Maxey & Joe Southern For the Fort Bend/Katy Business Journal

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irst Colony, a premier master planned community in Fort Bend County, remains the standard by which every other development in the region is measured. Envisioned as a mixed-used community with homes, businesses, retail, industry and recreation, the concept of being able to work and play where you live wasn’t new but it was certainly perfected here. As a model, First Colony continues to lead the way for other developing master planned communities’ expectations throughout the country. That includes attention to aspects of the environment, architectural details, building setbacks, and extensive landscaping. Those are the standards First Colony set for a diverse community that lives, works, shops and plays together. In 2017, First Colony marked its 40th anniversary and today, the total community concept remains unsurpassed in amenities and conveniences, with over 10,000 residential homes in more than 100 attractive neighborhoods across Sugar Land and a portion of Missouri City. First Colony, easily recognized by signature lampposts and fountains, has approximately 65,000 residents – more than half of Sugar Land’s population and about a third or more of that city’s geographic make-up. First Colony is literally part of a first colony. The community was named as the representation of Stephen F. Austin’s “Old 300,” the first Anglo colony that settled in this area after 1821. The property that is home to First Colony was organized in the 1860s during the Civil War. In 1908 it was purchased by Sugarland Industries, owned by the Kempner family of the sugar factory.. In 1973, Gerald D. Hines Interests of Houston, a nationally recognized investment developer, purchased 7,472 acres from Sugarland Industries for $43 million, a sale considered to be one of the largest in Texas.

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This was one of two land purchases that now comprises First Colony. In 1978, Hines addressed the local communities at the Sugar Creek Country Club about the continuing development of First Colony. His presentation was recorded by Sugar Land Postmaster Victor Novosad, who was invited by Hines to attend the event. “We’re extremely proud to be part of the community. Sugarland Properties, Inc. is the developer of First Colony. It’s on 7,500 acres, which will include offices, houses, shopping, and recreational facilities as well as an industrial park. Our idea is to add direct employment in addition to housing to this area such that you have a high quality of life (and a) short commute between work and play.” In the 1990s, the second parcel of land, 1,800-acres, was purchased and added to the First Colony community from the neighboring Frost Ranch. Gerald D. Hines, founder and chairman of Don Janssen, who joined Gerald D. Hines Interests, the visionary who purchased Sugarland Properties in 1979, and the property for First Colony’s development in 1973. is now executive vice president of Planned Community Developers, shared his insights about the difficulty of Morales, with 20-plus years experience in building a quality development during the economic development, said Hines was ahead economic downturns of the 1980s. of his time. “Think of the people we want to bring out “Sugar Land by far has been one here. We want the best in retail, the best in community that has been able to pull it industries like Minute Maids of the world, together and I think they owe a lot of that to the Schlumberger’s of the world, well it’s not Gerald Hines and what he was able to easy when you’re competing, and so we were formulate as far as a long-term plan for the fortunate that we not only had the City of community.” Sugar Land but the Fort Bend Economic Development Council and the county. It all The heart of the city kind of came together and we came up with Today, the heart of Sugar Land beats in solutions along the way,” Janssen said. First Colony. City Hall, Sugar Land Town Central Fort Bend Chamber CEO Regina Square, the First Colony Mall and numerous January 2018 H Fort Bend / Katy Business Journal

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other businesses and amenities are focal to the First Colony community. Former Sugar Land Mayor Dean Hrbacek (1996-2002) said it took a lot of political capital and negotiation to build Town Square on what had once been grazing land for cattle. He had a hard sell to convince the city council and others of the vision of what Town Square could be. Now, it’s a reality and Town Square has almost an acre and a half dedicated to a pedestrian plaza that features a majestic and historic centerpiece – a fountain with a bronze sculpture created by Sugar Land resident Bob Pack. It shows Stephen F. Austin crossing the Brazos River on top of a granite levee. Imprinted on the structure is a historical narrative that begins in 1519 and tells of the discovery of Texas, its earliest settlers and the perils they faced. “It kinda became iconic,” said former Sugar Land Mayor Jimmy Thompson (2008-

2016). “I can tell you that even during my tenure, other cities were still coming and looking at that success for their own cities.” Thompson was able to build on a legacy that helped establish the city and First Colony as a model for other communities. He said the real challenge was to bring the corporate community to this area and to do that, you had to have facilities that were equal to Houston, “another economic driver we tried to create.” Sugar Land Town Square in First Colony has become a featured venue and popular destination point hosting over 200 community events year round. Next to it is First Colony Mall, opened in 1996 as a part of the master planned effort. It became the first regional shopping mall in Fort Bend County boasting over a million square feet. Owned by General Growth Properties, it continues to expand and now has over 140 stores and restaurants. Fort Bend / Katy Business Journal H January 2018

Economic growth

Current development in First Colony continues to focus on quality of life with economic benefits for both the residents and municipalities. This has meant creating desirable places for corporate relocations. Working and living in First Colony has now become more manageable since national corporations such as Fluor, Minute Maid, Coca-Cola, Industrial Info Resources and regional hospitals like Memorial Hermann, St. Luke’s, and Houston Methodist, for example, have established themselves in the community. Ed Lewis, principal of Industrial Info Resources, which provides industrial market intelligence world-wide, is one of the largest CONTINUES...

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Newly elected 2018 First Colony Community Services Association Board of Directors with Executive Director Cary Kelley are, left to right, Andrea Lewman, Sean Hartig, Phyllis Murray – Secretary, Cary Kelley, Rick Conley – President, Mary Favre - Vice-President, Noel Mascarenhas – Treasurer, and Hillary Goldstein.

Watch the videos

In observance of First Colony’s 40th anniversary, a series of videos has been produced detailing the history of the community. They can also be accessed at www.youtube.com/ watch?v=Gx0YwPmwR88.

tenants in a Class A building adjacent to the Sugar Land pedestrian plaza. “It’s been home to us for about nine years and it’s incredible; we’ve enjoyed about 300 percent growth in our business since we’ve been here,” Lewis said. Jeff Roberts, founding partner of Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey, PC, whose firm is also in the same building as Lewis, recalls his first association with First Colony 30 years ago, when he represented Sugarland Properties, Inc. “Here you had different neighborhoods designed at different price points, you had recreation centers, you had common areas, they had planted tens of thousands of trees,” he said. “I was very impressed with the level of detail that went in before the first home was built, the infrastructure and the planning. The legal aspect is how this all fits together to build a successful community.” First Colony Community Services Association (FCCA), created in 1982 after integrating other home owners associations, guides, manages and maintains the natural beauty and architectural design integrity of the residential and commercial properties neighborhoods in First Colony. With a board of directors and neighborhood representatives comprised of volunteers, it strives to provide optimal amenities and recreational opportunities for the residents. FCCA is also charged with directing the enforcement of deed restrictions – all of which help maintain and further enhance First Colony’s property values. Executive Director Cary Kelley said FCCA under the direction of its board is starting to get into redevelopment. “We’re into that change now, we’ve got to adapt to the desires and wants of the buyers now,” Kelley said.

Independent School District, the largest employer in Fort Bend County with over 10,000 employees, is the seventh largest public school system in Texas. It has kept pace with the community’s development and continues to maintain a high rank standing and reputation for quality schools as a Recognized School District by the Texas Education Agency. First Colony is in Fort Bend County, the county in the U.S. referred to as “the new America” by a Houston political strategist in a national publication. Fort Bend reportedly comes the closest of any county in the U.S. to have an equal number of the nation’s four major ethnic communities - Asian, black, Latino and white residents. In First Colony with its multicultural diversity there’s a sense of belonging in a systematically designed community that comes with protective guidelines for a blend of residential neighborhoods and businesses envisioned on the drawing board. “You have shopping here, you have a family environment here, little league, soccer, sports, basketball, great schools, all amenities that people are looking for in a community, all the amenities for raising a family,” said former Mayor Hrbacek, who moved to First Colony with his family in 1987. “If you can’t find it here, you probably don’t need it.”

Quality of life

First Colony’s master plan called for amenities such as parks, trails, green space, and recreation centers for residents to enjoy – all part of the formula that turned out to make it a wonderful place to raise a family. The community’s miles of walking paths, lush parks and swimming pools have added further value to the pleasure of spending time in the neighborhood. First Colony offers exceptional schools, meeting new demands to serve the children of families living in the community’s neighborhoods. Fort Bend

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Developers and dignitaries observing First Colony’s 40th anniversary at an event hosted at the Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Haley, PC office at Sugar Land Town Square on Nov. 1 are, left to right, Allison Wen, Sugar Land Heritage Foundation; Don Janssen, Planned Community Developers; Cary Kelly, First Colony Community Services Association; Mayor Joe Zimmerman, City of Sugar Land; Les Newton, Planned Community Developers; Judge Bob Hebert, Fort Bend County; former mayor Jimmy Thompson.

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Garmany & Carden Funeral Directors

Coldwell Banker United Realtors

281-242-6200 www.cbunited.com

Sugar Land First United Methodist Church 431 Eldridge Rd • Sugar Land 281-491-6041 sugarlandmethodist.org

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McNutt Electric

Coastal Butane Service Co.

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Rosenberg • Needville 281-342-4671 www.garmanycarden.com

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Smart Financial Credit Union 9810 Highway 90A • Sugar Land, 77478 713-850-1600 www.smartcu.org

3212 Avenue R • Rosenberg 77471 281-232-3515 www.mcnuttelectric.com

3230 Bamore Road • Rosenberg 77471 281-342-5637 host.trustab.org/coastalbutane

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• ESTABLISHED 1945•

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First Community Credit Union

First Community Credit Union

First Community Credit Union

10161 W. Grand Pkwy. (inside HEB) Richmond, Texas, 77407

8900 Highway 6 (inside HEB) Sienna Plantation Office

3400 Highway 6 South Sugar Land Office

281-856-5300 www.FCCU.org

281-856-5300 www.FCCU.org

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281-856-5300 www.FCCU.org

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1226 Museum Square Dr, # 700 Sugar Land 77479

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Charlton’s Body Repair

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Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene

Old Hickory Inn Barbeque

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1131 Staffordshire @ 5th St. • Stafford 77477 281-499-1126 www.charltonsbodyrepair.com

2323 Town Center Dr. • Sugar Land 77478 281-242-6200 www.garygreene.com

3334 FM 1092 Road • Missouri City 77459 281-499-8904 www.oldhickoryinn.com

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Barber Shop

Oscar’s Barbershop

11851 Wilcrest • Houston 77031 281-498-1353

5022 Highway 90-A • Sugar Land 281-242-3080

Sports and Wellness • Dr. John A. Felker III 2434 South Main • Stafford 77477 281-499-2424 StaffordChiropracticClinic.com

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Ann Moody Sill Dance Studio

YEARS

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11110 HWY 6 South • Sugar Land 77498 281-498-8270 www.amsds.com

Peter Haselow President Family Business 281-561-8400 www.AquariusHomeService.com

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Stafford Chiropractic

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Heritage Baptist Church 2223 FM 1092 • Missouri City 77459 281-403-4994 hbctx.org • ESTABLISHED 1973 •

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Robin’s Dance Studio

Riverbend Montessori School

E.E. Reed Construction, L.P.

3643 Glenn Lakes Ln. • Missouri City 77459 281-499-3921 www.robinsdancestudio.com • ESTABLISHED 1973 •

4225 Elkins Road • Sugar Land 77479 281-980-4123 www.riverbendmontessori.com

333 Commerce Green Blvd. • Sugar Land 77478 281-933-4000 www.eereed.com

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The Fort Bend Star

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Dwyatt Gentry, CLU,CASL

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Jennifer Weaver, Realtor®

4655 Techniplex, Suite 300 • Stafford 77477 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com

State Farm Agent Dwyatt.gentry.hck3@statefarm.com 3334 FM 1092, Suite 420 • Missouri City, 77459 281-499-2264

RE/MAX Southwest 14905 Southwest Freeway • Sugar Land 281-207-5037

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• ESTABLISHED 1979 •

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Country Club Groom Inn

Alief Medical Sales

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Schofield Company

2719 Fifth St., Suite A • Missouri City, 77459 832-539-4785 www.countryclubpettx.com

Locally Owned & Operated 11843 Wilcrest • Houston 77031 281-530-3232 www.AliefMedicalSales.com

MIKE & BETTY SCHOFIELD 4418 BLUEBONNET DR. SUITE 402 • Stafford 77477 281-494-5070

• ESTABLISHED 1979 1980 •

• ESTABLISHED 1979 •

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Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Serving Fort Bend County

Bert Schmidt

Anita Milne

5819 Highway 6 Suite 260 • Missouri City 77459 281-499-5687

Beard Realty • Sugar Land 281-413-9732

1015 Frost St. • Rosenberg 77471 281-342-3086 www.benjaminfranklinplumbing.com

• ESTABLISHED 1980 •

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Jeanne Gregory, Realtor®

3740 Cartwright Road • Missouri City 77459 281-499-4555 www.edspharmacy.com

Integrated Pest Management 1118 Highway 90-A • Richmond 77406 281-341-1761 www.integrated-pest.com

• ESTABLISHED 1900 •

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Ed’s Pharmacy

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Lexington Blvd. Animal Hospital

RE/MAX Southwest 14905 Southwest FWY • Sugar Land 713-854-0923

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Taurus Mechanical Inc.

Diane Schomburg, Agent

2627 Cordes Dr. • Sugar Land 77477 281-980-3737 www.lexingtonpethospital.com

Sugar Land A/C Heating Residential & Commercial #TACL B18036E 832-731-5256

• ESTABLISHED 1986 •

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1716 Dulles Ave, # 102 • Sugar Land 77478 281-265-6100 State Farm • www.dianeschomburg.com • ESTABLISHED 1987 1980 •

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Dr. Elissa R. Wedemeyer

Vasos BBQ

O.D, FCOVD, FAAO Therapeutic/Optometric/ Glaucoma Specialist 6026 Highway 6 • Missouri City 77459 281-499-2600 www.drwedemeyer.com

9920 Highway 90 A #D120 • Sugar Land 77478 281-242-8585 www.vasos-bbq.com

Sugar Creek Animal Clinic 14015 Southwest Freeway, Bldg. 2 • Sugar Land, 77478 281-242-9070 www.sugarcreekanimalclinic.com

• ESTABLISHED 1989 •

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Virginia Mack RE/MAX Southwest 14905 Southwest Freeway • Sugar Land 281-207-5200 www.ftbendhomes.com

Colony One Auto Center Over 250,000 Vehicles Serviced 1131 Dulles Ave. • Stafford 77477 281-980-4440 www.colonyoneauto.com

Ace Tile / Eddie Allum CERAMIC TILE, GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, WOOD FLOORS & CARPET MISSOURI CITY 281-898-0154

ESTABLISHED 1990• 1963 • 1985• •• ESTABLISHED

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Edward Jones

Barbara Lee Cochran REALTOR - Hometown America INC.

4501 Cartwright Rd, # 501 • Missouri City 77459 281-261-2000 www.edwardjones.com

4665 Sweetwater Blvd., # 105 • Sugar Land 77479

281-804-5990 www.har.com/barbaracochran

Lynn Hill Mary Kay - Independent Beauty Consultant 713-703-8713 lynnhill.lh@gmail.com www.marykay.com/lhill4

• ESTABLISHED 1980 1992 •

ESTABLISHED 1995• 1963 • 1985• •• ESTABLISHED

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Sandra T. Harrell, Financial Advisor

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Tracy Walker

Star Video Production

Michael McKay 12603 Southwest FWY, #240 • Stafford 774771

• ESTABLISHED 1999 •

Locally Owned & Operated 3944 Bluebonnet Dr. • Stafford 77477 281-690-4250 www.starvideoproductions.com • ESTABLISHED 2000 •

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State Farm Agent 15510 Lexington Blvd. •Sugar Land 77478 281-265-0711

YEARS Home Helpers Fort Bend

281-240-1166 www.MichaelMcKayAgency.com • ESTABLISHED 2001 •

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Leslie’s Furniture

Senior Care • Concierge Assistance Senior Care Medical Alert Systems 19901 SW Frwy, #245 • Sugar Land 281-207-5359 www.homehelpersfortbend.com

1304 Turtle Creek Dr. • Missouri City 77489 281-416-8851 www.shoplesliesfurniture.com

Benevides & Associates Voted Sugar Land’s Best Realtor 2015 16525 Lexington Blvd. • Sugar Land 77479 281-903-7253 www.fortbendcountytexashomes.com

• ESTABLISHED 2003 1980 •

• ESTABLISHED 2003 1980 •

ESTABLISHED 1995• 1963 • 1985• •• ESTABLISHED

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YEARS Rice & Gardner Consultants, Inc.

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6161 Savoy, Suite 1212 • Houston 77036 713-482-2300 www.ricegardner.com

We sell, service and install water softeners and reverse osmosis systems. 281-416-9353 www.rswaterservice.com

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Buffalo Wild Wings 1401 Highway 6 Buidling B • Sugar Land 77478

281-313-9464 www.buffalowildwings.com • ESTABLISHED 2007 •

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Clancy’s Public House 503 FM 359 Rd. Suite 118 • Richmond 77406 832-847-4390 wwww.clancysbarrichmondtx.com

Lisa N. Sims State Farm Agent 11647 S. HWY 6, • Sugar Land 77498 Toll Free: 281-201-2448 lisa@agentlisasims.com

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• ESTABLISHED 2015 •

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TEXAS LEAGUER BREWING CO.

Off the Vine Bistro 2865 Dulles Ave @ Cartwright • Missouri City 77459 281-242-4186 www.offthevinebistro.com

Fort Bend County, Tx 13503 Pike Rd. • Missouri City 77489 (832) 895-9000 www.txleaguer.com twitter.com/txleaguerbrew facebook.com/txleaguer

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Stacy Bynes joins Fort Bend Chamber team

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ith an extensive background in marketing and new business development, long-time Fort Bend County resident Stacy Bynes joins the Fort Bend Chamber as the director of membership services. Bynes is a graduate of the Dan Rather School of Communications at Sam Houston State University and had a successful career at KHOU-TV creating and managing television campaigns and paid content for Great Day Houston. She has also served as the regional media representative for

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Southern Living Magazine and director of marketing for TIRR Foundation. Bynes has also served on the Fort Bend Chamber Board of Directors and is a graduate of the Fort Bend Leadership Forum Class of 2012 and the Leadership Excellence for NonProfits Class of 2013. As director of membership services, Bynes will be implementing the Fort Bend Chamber’s recruitment and retention strategy. “Stacy brings a great deal of marketing and sales experience and with her strong

community network, she will be a formidable addition to the existing professional team,” said Keri Schmidt, president and CEO. Bynes is a devoted member of the community spending time as a PTA president, booster club president, Girl Scout co-leader, and volunteering for local organizations including The Sugar Land Heritage Foundation, Grant A Starr Family Fun Run, and currently serving as board president for the Fort Bend Education Foundation. Married for over 20 years to Spencer Bynes, they have two daughters.

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TRACY WALKER,

Agent ChFC, CLU, CASL, CPCU 15510 Lexington Blvd., Ste. P Sugar Land, Texas 77478-4173 Bus. 281-265-0711 • Toll 888-850-8491 Fax 713-481-6288 • Cell 281-380-7786 Tracy@agentwalker.com

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Now Open for Lunch at 11:00 a.m.

Dalyn Hoegemeyer, AAMS Financial Advisor

4623 Austin Parkway Sugar Land, TX 77479 Bus. 281-494-3737 Fax 888-849-8932 dalyn.hoegemeyer@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com

Dr. William G. Richey Therapeutic Optometrist Optometric Glaucoma Specialist

4710 Riverstone Blvd. Missouri City, TX 77459 Modern Technology…Old-Fashioned Care

281.208.5999 www.drrichey.com

Comprehensive Vision and Eye Health Examinations for the Entire Family

B U S I N E S S C A R D D I R E C T O R Y

Residential & Commercial Pest Control www.integrated-pest.com

281-341-1761

Full-Service & Do-It-Yourself Solutions

1118 E Highway 90A Richmond, TX 77406 ipmi@comcast.net

Serving Fort Bend County & Greater Houston Area Since 1984

Jeanne

GREGORY CRS, GRI, ABR Re/Max Hall of Fame Re/Max Platinum Club 713-854-0923 - cell www.jeannegregory.com jeanne@jeannegregory.com

RE/MAX Southwest Each Office Independently Owned & Operated

AUTO REPAIR & SERVICE

281-261-2306 13743 Stafford Road • Stafford, TX 77477 MON-FRI: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Honored to be your choice for life insurance. LISA N SIMS, AGENT Monday - Friday 9 - 6 Saturday 10 - 2 After hours by appointment

11647 S Highway 6 Sugar Land, TX 77498 Toll Free: 281-201-2448 lisa@agentlisasims.com

JUSTIN BEAM Owner

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Quail Valley Golf Course & City Centre 281-403-5900 (General) 281-403-5910 (Golf Shop) www.golfquailvalley.com The Quail Valley Golf Course and City Centre offers 36 holes of championship golf, full practice facilities and gorgeous event venues. After your round, stop by the Bluebonnet Grille for a cold drink and a satisfying meal. The City Centre is perfect for your special event. We host golf tournaments, weddings, birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, fundraising galas and so much more. All with beautiful views of our award winning golf courses. For more information, visit www.golfquailvalley.com. Quail Valley Golf Course & City Centre, 2880 La Quinta Dr., Missouri City, TX 77459. DIALYSIS Diamond Dialysis 832-987-1353 www.diamonddialysisone.com 5603 Hwy 6 Missouri City 832-987-1793 3623 Main Street, Suite 100, Stafford “The Crown Jewel of Dialysis” Two convenient locations to serve you. Stafford Dialysis 281-568-9911 www.StaffordDialysis.com 12220 Murphy Road, Stafford, TX 77477 Quality Care for A Quality Life. Stafford Dialysis promotes the highest quality care and treatment for patients with chronic renal disease. State of the Art technology and certified professionals provide patients the highest ethical standards and education related to kidney failure. Certified through Private Insurance, Medicare and the Texas Department of Health, you can trust your care to Stafford Dialysis. 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


Insurance Solutions of Texas 281-565-2222 • 281-341-5060 www.insurancesolutionsoftexas.com Jay Harris, Auto, Home, Business, Flood Insurance. 14140 Southwest Freeway, Suite 150, Sugar Land, Texas 77478. 281-5652222, Fax 281-565-3333. 2515 Ave. H, Rosenberg, TX 77471. 281-341-5060, Fax 281-341-5558. Tracy Walker Agent, ChFC, CLU, CPCU, CASL 281-265-0711 www.agentwalker.com Tracy Walker’s agency is based on integrity and excellence. We have an amazing team with over 70 years combined experience. We care enough to really listen to customize your insurance portfolio and educate you on how to protect your family and assets. State Farm is #1 in auto, fire and individual life insurance. We are an agency that likes to know your name so stop on by, call 281-2650711 or email - tracy@agentwalker.com. Like a great Neighbor, we are here for you! 15510 Lexington. 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 10:006:00 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! MAGAZINE Fort Bend / Katy Business Journal 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com Fort Bend’s ONLY business publication. Reaching over 10,000 businesses monthly. The place to advertise to reach the vital Fort Bend County business community.

NATURE’S PEST CONTROL Nature’s Own Pest And Lawn Service 281-656-2847 www.naturesownpestcontrol.org 18035 W. Little York Rd. Ste. F, Katy, TX 77449. Using an exterminator that will practice the safest and most natural techniques for pest control can be reassuring and December be the only consideration for those who are determined to live green in every way. Natural pest control with the best guarantee in the business. At Nature’s Own, we will eradicate your bugs and make your home bug free once again. Don’t lose any sleep over these pesky bugs. Call Nature’s Own today. Mention Fort Bend Business Journal and receive a special discount.

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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 at Sweetwater Country Club. 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 jeanne@jeannegregory.com.

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