John Moore Services came to Community Business Finance in 2007 seeking a new facility to provide room for growth, greater efficiency, and visibility in the market. The company had experienced tremendous growth over the years and wanted to expand into new services and new markets. Working with Woodforest Bank, Community Business Finance structured a 504 loan to build a 46,500-square-foot facility prominently located on the Sam Houston Tollway in Northwest Houston. Since opening the new facility in 2008, the business has continued its rapid growth and the company created 60 new jobs.
Souhail Adam's company has grown rapidly from a small tow truck business to a multifaceted group that includes tow trucks, a collision shop, and two auto storage lots. In mid-2007, Mr. Adam began researching the feasibility of opening a car salvage and scrap metal yard in Southwest Houston.
Dr. Charles Quick knew what he wanted, and he had a vision of what could be. After leaving academia and setting up a private practice, he realized what he missed most was the consultative nature of the academic environment. He knew he wanted to create a business where he could work with other professionals who shared his passion for veterinary medicine and the animals they serve, in an environment that supported his ideal of work-life balance.
Bourjois Abboud's business, Advanced Pharma, was booming. It was exciting, but he found it difficult to keep pace with the increased demands of his clientele due to his facility's size. While looking at industry projections, Mr. Abboud realized he needed more space.
Since Roger DeGregori got his first job at 12 years old, his passion has always been aquariums. He opened Fish Gallery as an aquarium installation and service business over 25 years ago in Rice Village. Roger believes that with the addition of a retail storefront, the diversity of his business has been crucial to its success.