Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

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March 27, 2013

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Corsicana — 1001 W. 5th Ave.

(903) 872-2723

gtvcenter@yahoo.com

gibsonhomecenter.net

Central Texas Business Machines

Owners: Don and Dannell Woodcock

How long owned: Since 1977

How many employees: 5

Central Texas Business Machines started in 1977 as one of the first Sharp Factory authorized machine dealers in Texas. In 1979 CTBM moved to its current location at 421 N. Beaton and added a full line of office supplies and furniture to its inventory to keep pace with its growing customer base.

CTBM offers a large inventory of office supplies, furniture, ink and toner cartridges in stock for immediate delivery. CTBM also offers a printing service. Copies, checks, business cards or whatever your printing needs are, CTBM is ready to help.

Customer service is CTBM’s primary goal, before, during and after the sell.

421 N. Beaton St.

Corsicana, TX 75110

(903) 872-7435

ctbm@sbcglobal.net

Sonda’s Doggy Doos Grooming Salon

Owner: Sonda Lewis

Sonda’s Doggy Doos specializes in a breed pet grooming with over 20 years of experience. Sonda’s has special shampoos for every skin type.

Need your pet’s teeth brushed? Sonda’s can do it. Is your pet shedding a lot? Sonda’s can help.

Sonda’s also carries collars, leashes, pet clothes, pet cologne, bows and more. Walk-in and toe-nail trims are welcome.

510 N. Main St.

(903) 874-8866

Cox Carpet One Floor & Home

James and Josephine Cox were born and raised in Corsicana and opened Cox Warehouse Carpet in April 1986, and in 1994 became a Carpet One Dealer.

Cox Carpet One Floor & Home is the one source for all your floorcovering needs.

With its partnerships with the largest floorcovering cooperative in North America, Carpet One Floor & Home, Cox’s has enormous buying power and access to all the major brands, mills and manufacturers. It offers the largest selection of flooring in the area and you’ll always find the best prices and great savings, everyday.

With the personal service from our specially trained flooring experts, you’ll be guided through the shopping process to find the product, warranty and color that’s just right for you.

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