Cash McWhorter


Cash McWhorter was raised in Marshall, Texas, and developed an appreciation of fishing and hunting at an early age. While growing up in east Texas, in addition to his outdoor hobbies, Cash worked in the oil field gaining knowledge of land and natural resources during the summers. After college and a two-year stint as a recruiter in Kansas City, Cash returned to Texas to work for Colliers International, the third largest global real estate firm. For ten years he worked in corporate real estate, representing numerous local businesses and fortune 500 companies. In June 2010, Cash left Colliers International to start Ranch Capital Group, a fund formed to purchase recreational ranches as investments, all located within two hours of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. During that time, Cash was able to design and construct multiple water features, enact controlled burns, restore native grasses with land clearing and brush eradication practices, develop and enhance hundreds of acres of managed wetlands, work with NRCS on a number of projects, drill water wells and install irrigation piping to wetlands, establish wetland management programs, plant food plots, construct new fences, roads, and homes. His main passion is waterfowl and he has used the previous skills to develop multiple waterfowl properties. In December 2011, Cash joined Hortenstine Ranch Company as a business partner to Blake Hortenstine. Cash puts to use his vast land knowledge, corporate real estate insight, ownership and management of previous properties to provide a level of impeccable service when representing his clients in buying or selling ranches.
$110,550,000  •  5,025 acres
PROPERTY OVERVIEW: As the largest private water offering in the state of Texas and the premier rural land asset in the lower 48 states, Fairfield Lake is a once in a generation opportunity. And there will be only one shot at acquiring it. At the heart of this unique property of approximately 5,025 acres is Fairfield Lake-an estimated 2,400-acre body of water surrounded by a 21-mile elevated shoreline blanketed with a mature hardwood forest. A deep-water asset of this scale is the only offering of its kind. Within the 5,025+/- total acres is Fairfield Lake State Park, approximately1,800 acres, that's recognized as one of Texas' finest. Inside the park, are 8+/- miles of highway grade blacktop two lane roads, bridges, concrete boat ramps, truck and trailer parking with underground power running throughout. The park property is leased to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and can be continued or canceled with sufficient notice to TPWD. Fairfield Lake is in a premier location in Freestone County, Texas just east of Interstate 45, which is centrally located between Dallas ~95 miles, Houston ~160 miles, and Austin ~170. There is a ~34 square mile drainage basin flowing into this highly desirable asset that offers fishing, recreation, and a multitude of potential development concepts such as entertainment, recreational or commercial-based. The remaining acreage, ~825 acres (Northern Acreage), located on the northern shoreline of the lake adds to the uniqueness of the property with two extremely rare private islands connected via a land bridge to each. Future development of the ~150-acre and ~30-acre islands is limited only by one's imagination. Situated between the two islands are ~140 acres that was formally a corporate park/meeting center. Improvements include an 1970's vintage conference center, a brick home that was converted into office space and a ~15-acre park on a manicured picturesque overlook of the lake. Both structures could use updating, but this area offers significant opportunities for its future use. The rustic, remote and mainly untouched landscape is full of wildlife and offers exceptional hunting and fishing opportunities. Property acreages consist of the following: TPWD Fairfield Lake State Park = 1,800+/- Acres Fairfield Lake = 2,400+/- Acres Northern Acreage = 825+/- Acres Total= 5,025+/- Acres LOCATION: Centrally located between Dallas, Houston, and Austin, east of Interstate 45, less than seven miles northeast of the picturesque town of Fairfield, population 2,900. This property is in the Post Oak Savannah Region of Texas on the forested eastern edge of Freestone County near the Trinity River. Fairfield State Park's physical address is: 123 State Park Road 64, Fairfield, TX 75840. DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL:With over 21 miles of undeveloped shoreline, this property is a blank canvas offering massive development potential. Ownership uses could range from a private ranch, hunting and fishing club to residential, commercial, corporate, leisure, theme park, and resort development. The Seller owns a railroad asset that may be available to purchase with limited land surrounding the RR line. The RR is not included in the current asking price.The possibilities for the future of Fairfield Lake are countless. ACCESS & ROAD FRONTAGE: Access to Fairfield Lake is highly desirable with FM 2570 providing access to the North side of the lake, and FM 3285 providing access to the South side of the property. FM 3285 turns into Park Road 64 upon entering the park. County Road 235 provides additional access points to the northeast side of the property, leading to the south and north sides of the lake dam. DIRECTIONS: From Interstate 45 in Fairfield, TX, go east on HWY 84 to FM 488, stay right on FM 2570, then turn right on FM 3285 until this road dead-ends into Park Road 64 at the entrance of Fairfield Lake State Park. PROPERTY HISTORY: In 1969, Texas Power and Light Company constructed a dam on Big Brown Creek to create Fairfield Lake. The lake would serve as the cooling reservoir for the Big Brown Power Plant. Fairfield Lake finalized construction in 1969 with the plant operational in 1971. Big Brown Power Plant warmed the waters of Fairfield Lake year-round, creating a thriving fishery that quickly became popular among anglers across the state. TPWD opened Fairfield Lake State Park in 1976. The retirement of the power plant in 2018 opened this incredible opportunity to now acquire this unique expansive property. FAIRFIELD LAKE: This spectacular, recreational lake has exceptional fishing, water skiing, boating activities, and swimming. With an estimated depth of 50 feet at its deepest point, the lake is fed by Big Brown Creek, Little Brown Creek, Hanna Branch, Harpers Branch, Powell Branch, Ball Branch and Dry Branch. There are currently two public boat ramps located inside the park and one private boat ramp on the north side of the lake. All three concrete ramps are in excellent condition providing multiple access points around the lake. FISHERIES:While the power plant operated, fishing enthusiastsroutinely flocked to Fairfield Lake for the warmed winter water to catch redfish, catfish and largemouth bass. A tropical species, Blue tilapia, took advantage of the warm waters and thrived, but have since disappeared. After the plant retired, reports of the fisheries have actually improved. Native fish have adjusted to the cooler waters extremely well with 8-10lb largemouth bass being regularly caught. The lake record largemouth is 13.01 lbs. Other current fish species include, catfish, bluegill, sunfish, carp, and alligator gar. There are no crappie, white bass, hybrid bass, or stripers adding to the quality of this black bass fishery. WATER RIGHTS: Per the December 18, 1967 Certificate of Adjudication, 50,600-acre feet of impoundment rights. In addition, there are 14,150-acre feet of consumptive water rights out of Big Brown Creek that are being retained by the current owner though the opportunity exists to purchase all or a portion of the consumptive water rights. At normal pool, Fairfield Lake stores 44,169 acre-feet of water according to Freese & Nichols 2020 Dam Inspection Report at the normal pool level of 310 feet. Included in the sale is a water pipeline running from the south end of the lake dam to an inoperable pumping station on the Trinity River via a deeded easement through two adjacent owners. There are currently no water rights or pumping rights from the Trinity River associated with the line. LAKE DAM: Fairfield Lake's dam is a 4,350-foot earthen dam that maintained its Low Hazard classification from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) after its 2020 inspection. Diligent upkeep of the dam by the current owner, including the installation of fencing to deter the area's feral hogs, have kept maintenance costs low relative to dams of similar size. Fairfield Lake's dam has aLarge dam classification due to the total lake storage exceeding 50,000-acre feet in storage capacity at the top of the dam. Conservation Pool of 44,169-acre feet and Top of Dam Storage of 70,840-acre feet (per F&N 2020 Report). Dam Specifications: Maximum height: 77 feet above the original streambed. Embankment side slopes: 3 horizontal to 1 vertical Downstream slope: includes a 130-foot wide stabilizing berm below elevation 290 feet. Upstream slope: protected by soil cement extending from the crest down to a five-foot berm at elevation 295 feet. Constructing a dam of this magnitude today would be nearly impossible to get permitted and the cost would be extremely expensive. PRIMARY & EMERGENCY SPILLWAYS: The 66-foot wide primary spillway is concrete with two 30' x 14' radial Tainter gates that control discharges as needed (including one six-foot wide pier). There is also a backup generator in place, should the dam ever lose power. In addition to the primary spillway, the emergency spillway elevation is at 314-feet compared to the normal pool level of 310-feet above sea level. FAIRFIELD STATE PARK: The park, roughly 1,800 acres, encompasses the southern "half" of the lake, with most of the facilities on the south and southeast shoreline. Upon entry, guests are greeted at the check-in station by TPWD Park Rangers, who guide visitors to a variety of activities and programs within the park. The park is extremely well kept with attention to detail around every corner. The park's exceptional road system is highlighted by miles of two lane black top roads meandering through storybook hardwood canopy. Upon settling in on your adventure, activities could include primitive camping, RV camping, hiking, biking, horseback trail riding, nature studies, bird watching, kayaking, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing. Watching children at play on the gently sloping sandy bottom beach area makes for a perfect ending to event filled days at Fairfield Lake. Points of interest in the park include the Hill Homestead Well, Chancellor Union Cemetery, Ski Cove Overlook, and the Dockery Trail Overlook. The park improvements currently include a check-in station/shop, dining hall, two park ranger residences, two floating boat docks, two concrete boat ramps with paved turnaround access points, fish cleaning stations, fishing pier, parking areas, numerous restrooms & shower facilities, primitive campsites, RV camping with water and electric to most sites, amphitheater, sand volleyball court, swing set, picnic areas complete with fire pits and grills, Wi-Fi hotspots, maintenance facilities and underground electric run to all improvements inside the park. If the park lease is canceled by the new owner, TPWD has the right to remove any improvements inside the park within 90 days of the cancelation. TERRAIN: The sandy loam land consists of elevation changes of approximately 130 feet. Elevation is approximately 250 feet above sea level at its lowest and approximately 380 feet above sea level at its highest. There are several creeks and drainages meandering through the landscape feeding into the lake and wetland areas. TREE COVER & PASTURELAND: The high banks surrounding Fairfield Lake consist of an old growth hardwood canopy. Improved grasses dominate the north end of the lake and lake dam. Native grasses thrive in the open meadows throughout the park. Uplands consist of a variety of oaks intermixed with flowering dogwoods during the Spring bloom. Towering oak, elm, pecan, and ash trees grow in the rich bottomlands along Big Brown Creek. WETLANDS:Behind the spillway there is shallow drainage that feeds into ~6-acre and ~3-acre wetland areas. Alternatively, the south end of the lake presents multiple wetland ecosystems. Waterfowl can be found in the backwaters of Fairfield Lake as well as 5-6 semi-open flooded timber holes scattered along the two main creek systems feeding the lake. Wetland cattail, bulrush, and water lily along the lake's edge create a marshland oasis for birds, turtles, and frogs. WILDLIFE: The array of wildlife includes an abundance of white-tailed deer, armadillos, raccoons, river otters, beavers, squirrels, foxes, bobcats and coyotes. Sights of the skies include 180 species of birds including herons, raptors, songbirds, shorebirds and waterfowl. Bald eagles spend their winter months at the lake and colorful painted buntings are frequently seen in the summertime. MINERALS:No minerals are believed to be owned by the Seller and none will convey. There are 3 active gas wells on the interior of the property. OUTPARCELS:Hopewell Church is located within the Young Cemetery on the north side of the property on a small 30-acre island connected by a land bridge. On the south side of the lake, surrounded by the park, is the Chancellor Union Cemetery, a Texas Historic Landmark with ties to the Civil War. Both cemeteries are not believed to negatively impact the property, but to provide history and areas of interest. STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS: There are two ranger residences and numerous other facilities in the park. In the northern acreage there is one residence converted into office space and a conference center with overnight facilities. The residence and conference center need significant refurbishment. There are also several maintenance buildings for storing equipment and materials. The homes/conference center vary in condition and none of the homes or other structures contribute substantially to the property's overall asking price. EASEMENTS/RIGHT-OF-WAYS: There is one main gas pipeline that crosses the park with three feeder lines to each of the well sites. Two cell towers, one being an easement and the other a lease. The Oncor tower is a perpetual easement with no income associated with the tower. The second tower, operated for Verizon, is a lease and generates monthly income. Both towers are located on the northern acreage. AIRPORTS: Teague Municipal Airport (68F). located ~18.5 miles Southwest of Fairfield Lake, Lat: N 31 degrees 39.68' Lon: W 96 degrees 18.60'. The runway measures up to approximately 3300' long by 50' wide. Fuel: None Palestine Municipal Airport (PSN). Located ~41.4 miles Northeast of Fairfield Lake, Lat. N 31 degrees 46.78' Lon. W 95 degrees 42.38'. The runway measures up to approximately 4003' long by 75' wide. Fuel: Jet A & 100LL Corsicana Municipal Airport. Located ~41.6 miles Northwest of Fairfield Lake, Lat. N 32 degrees 01.68' Lon: W 96 degrees 24.03'. The runway measures up to approximately 3200' long by 75' wide. Fuel: Jet A& 100LL Self-Serve & Full Service HOSPITALS: Located in the town of Fairfield is Freestone Medical Center. The full-service 24-hour hospital is minutes away from Fairfield Lake. UTILITIES: Electricity is provided by Navarro Electric Cooperative. Electric lines are primarily underground in the park to promote the natural scenery and views for visitors and above ground on the remainder of the property. As part of the park are two sewage treatment plants and two water treatment plants to accommodate guests and park facilities. GROUND WATER: There are no existing residential water wells on the north end of the property to our knowledge. Water to the park is supplied by 3 water wells drilled into the Wilcox Aquifer. The well completed depths range from 431-549' with production being 30-50 GPM per the original well schedules. No recent test reports are available to our knowledge. SCHOOL DISTRICT: Fairfield Independent School District, which includes Fairfield High School, Fairfield Junior High School, Fairfield Intermediate School and Fairfield Elementary School. PROPERTY TAXES: The property taxes for 2020 were $33,715. The property is not Ag Exempt. ASKING PRICE: $110,550,000 ($22,000 per acre) CONTACT: Cash McWhorter, Broker/Partner Cell: 469-222-4076 Blake Hortenstine, Broker/Partner Cell: 214-616-1305 BROKER & COMMISSION DISCLOSURE: Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Co-Operating brokers/agents are being offered 1% commission based on the gross sales price.
$2,863,345  •  1,511 acres
Overview: A wildlife sanctuary awaits at Delta Ranch! The ranch has excellent proximity to DFW, being located approximately 89 miles northeast of Dallas in Delta County. The ranch boasts over ~3 miles of South Sulphur River frontage. Delta Ranch has been managed extensively for whitetail deer since 2004 and is currently under the state's Managed Land Deer Program (MLDP). The ranch has two access points off the Texas SH 154/SH 19 frontage, as well as a deeded easement that enters via the northeast corner of the property from County Road 1187 (see map for location). The mostly bottomland hardwood ranch makes it an exceptional hunting & recreational option for the avid outdoorsman. The mature whitetail bucks on the ranch typically score in the range of 140-150 B&C. There is also an impressive trail system, totaling approximately 16.28 miles, throughout that makes the entire ranch accessible via UTV's, even during the wettest conditions. With the South Sulphur River frontage and three creeks (Brushy Creek, Greenbrier Branch and McGuyer Branch) flowing through the ranch, Cooper Lake being less than ~3 miles from the western boundary of the ranch and a known magnet for waterfowl enthusiasts, there are endless possibilities to create a waterfowl haven for wintering waterfowl. Location: Located due East of Cooper, TX, off Texas SH 154/SH 19, just below Cooper Lake dam. Wildlife & Hunting: The ranch measures ~3.2 miles from the west boundary to the east boundary offering numerous hunting opportunities on this low fence fair chase ranch. Food plots have been well thought out and placed throughout the ranch. Each setting is unique and well-spaced for hunters that desire different settings throughout the hunting season. While there are no managed wetlands on the property today it is believed that those opportunities exist for future development. Multiple creek systems and drainages traverse the ranch from west to east through the relatively flat bottom land that is covered in hardwood timber. The area is a prime location for waterfowl ready for the next owner to make this a multifaceted recreational ranch. Deer Stands & Feeders: The deer stands, corn & protein feeders may convey with the sale of the ranch. Managed Land Deer Program (MLDP): Delta Ranch is enrolled in the Conservation Option under the state's MLDP. A big benefit from being enrolled under the MLDP is that the deer season is extended by approximately two months (typically the deer season is from the beginning of October through the end of February when enrolled under the MLDP). In the 2020-2021 whitetail deer season, Delta Ranch was given 17 deer tags, with 5 tags being allocated to buck and 12 being allocated to anterless. More information on the MLDP can be found on the state's website. Barndominium: The barndominium is approximately 900/sq. ft and sits perched on the northern most part of the property on a hilltop surrounded by majestic hardwoods. There is approximately 600/sq. ft for the hunter's camp complete with a kitchen, bathroom and loft, as well as an additional 300/sq. ft of insulated barn space. The rustic, yet functional, barndominium comfortably sleeps three people providing a place to stay while planning a more permanent structure. City water, power and septic are in place. Barn/Shed: The covered barn is approximately 450/sq. ft and is open air. A perfect place to store various ranch equipment. Terrain/Topography: The ranch in general is relatively flat throughout the ranch except for the home location that rises 30-40' above the bottomland floor. Elevations vary approximately 20-25' across the remainder of the ranch. Prior to the current owner owning the property an elevated levee system was constructed along the banks of the Sulphur River frontage. The levee offers a great roadway to traverse west to east during wet times of the year. Taxes: Delta Ranch is wildlife exempt. Per Delta County Appraisal District, the approximate taxes were $2,722.41 for 2020. Minerals: Seller owned minerals are negotiable. Directions: From I-635 in Dallas, head east on I-30 for approximately 45 miles to take Exit 101 towards TX-24. Head north on TX-24 for approximately 25 miles to turn right onto TX-154. Head east on TX-154 for approximately 2.5 miles to arrive at the ranch entrance off TX-154. From Sulphur Springs, head north on TX-154 for approximately 15 miles to ranch entrance on the right. Broker Commission Disclosure:Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. Contact: Cash McWhorter, Broker - 469-222-4076 Chance Turner, Agent - 972-765-7326
$2,500,000  •  1,375 acres
Overview: The 1,375-acre River Crest Ranch is located at the confluence of Mustang Creek and the Sulphur River in the SW corner of Red River County. The massive permitted private 550+/- ac lake (at normal pool), at this price point, provides the investor ample opportunity to further develop into a trophy fishing lake. To assist with lake levels during drought times the property could include a portion of owned Water Rights out of the Sulphur River Basin with an acceptable offer. As observed while on the property, waterfowl and deer are prolific on River Crest Ranch. The current owner has not allowed hunting or fishing in over 30+ years making this a wildlife sanctuary. Located on the north side of the ranch, a favorite loafing spot for cattle and wildlife, is a cold-water natural spring that appears to flow year-round. River Crest Ranch offers many potential options and is priced at a very reasonable price point for the amount of surface water and water rights included with the sale. Location: Located in the southwestern corner of Red River County, the main ranch road sits just off of Hwy 271 south of Bogata, TX. The ranch is located approximately 19 miles northwest of the quaint downtown area of Mount Pleasant, TX. River Crest borders are formed by Mustang Creek and the Sulphur River, with the confluence of these two live water elements forming the western and southern boundary of the ranch. The ranch is located ~19 miles northwest of Mount Pleasant; ~30 miles southeast of Paris; ~120 miles east of Dallas, & ~125 miles northwest of downtown Shreveport, LA. Directions: From downtown Mount Pleasant, travel ~4 miles north to US Hwy 271. Go North on US Hwy 271 towards Bogota, travel ~16 miles and the River Crest gate will be on the left. From downtown Bogota, head southeast on US Hwy 271 towards Mount Pleasant. After traveling ~7 minutes and/or 6.1 miles, the main ranch gate will be on the right. River Crest Lake: The 550+/- acre lake sits in the central/south central portion of the property, surrounded by timber on two sides in close proximity to the banks of the Sulphur River. The massive body of water provides surface water for livestock, wildlife, and also serves as a refuge for thousands of migrating waterfowl in the winter months. Originally constructed in 1953, River Crest Lake consists of over 14,000' of homogeneous earthen embankment with an average of 23' above the original ground elevation. The impoundment is an off-channel storage reservoir which was originally maintained by direct rainfall, natural runoff and pumping from the Sulphur River as needed. The embankment designed crest elevation is 335'. The elevation of Design at Normal Pool is 330' and the lake is currently being maintained at 319'. At the current elevation it is believed that the lake is approximately 453+/- acres. Capacity at Design Normal Pool is 9,700/Ac Ft. Dam Inspection Summary Report: The dam at River Crest is considered in the intermediate size classification and is a low hazard classification. This is primarily due to the current water levels that have been maintained since power production ceased in 2010. A full report was conducted on the dam in September of 2019. This report is available upon request. Terrain: Exceptional topography for this region, just under 100' of elevation change. The highest point on the property at 391' above mean sea level would make a fantastic home site overlooking River Crest Lake. The lowest points on the ranch are 299' above mean sea level, one found at the confluence of Mustang Creek and Sulphur River, and the other low point being downstream along the banks of Sulphur River at the southeast corner of the ranch. Water Wells: The majority of the ranch is located within the Nacatoch Aquifer providing the new owners an opportunity for a new water well. Other Surface Water: There is an abundance of diverse surface water across the ranch ranging from a live spring, creeks, rivers and sloughs to small ponds scattered throughout; providing both livestock and wildlife with reliable water sources year-round. Wildlife: Whitetail deer stalk the woods on River Crest, along with dove, feral hogs, squirrels, bobcats, coyotes, and a variety of songbirds populate the area. Migratory waterfowl flock to River Crest Lake and the wetlands surrounding it, being the largest body of water in its region and right in the middle of the Central Flyway. Waterfowl have been seen in large numbers on the ranch and have never experienced being hunted on River Crest Lake, using its' diverse yet vast water resources as a wintering ground. It's not uncommon to see Canada geese (year-round) and the occasional flock of snow geese use the lake and surrounding water as a stop off point during their winter migration. Mallards, teal, pintails, gadwalls, and widgeon are the most common species that frequent the ranch. Fisheries: While never officially stocked, River Crest Lake seems to have been naturally stocked. A zero-fishing policy maintained by the current owner has allowed the fish to reproduce in a naturally balancing ecosystem. The lake appears primed and ready for the next owner to implement a fish management plan, a trophy bass lake in the making. Fencing: The pasture areas are fenced with some cross fencing to facilitate rotational grazing. All fences are in fair to good condition. Pastures and Grasses: River Crest boasts abundant, fertile soils fostering productive pastures. Common Bermuda dominates the landscape over native grasses and are highly productive for cattle and good for wildlife habitat. There is over 300+/- acres of grass available for either hay production or grazing on the ranch. The majority of the upland terrain at River Crest is made up of Woodtell fine sandy loam lending well to grass production. Gladewater clay is found mostly within the wooded creek bottoms and low-lying areas. Access: The Eastern border of the ranch has approximately 1.3 miles of frontage along US Hwy 271, providing excellent access to the property. Airports: There are three airports in close proximity to River Crest. - Clarksville / Red River County Airport (LBR) 3000'x50' - Cox Field in Paris, TX (PRX) Jet Fuel A Avail. 6002'x100'; 4624'x150' & Helipad - Franklin County Municipal (F53) 3900'x60' Hospitals: There are two hospitals in close proximity to River Crest. - Titus Regional Medical Center-Mt. Pleasant, TX - East Texas Medical Center-Mt. Vernon, TX School District: Rivercrest ISD Electricity: Available onsite Minerals: Surface only Water Rights: 700 ac/ft Grazing Leases: The ranch is currently leased for grazing. Fishing and hunting have been prohibited during current ownership. Asking Price: $2,500,000 ($1,818.18/ac) Taxes: 2020 were $8342.87 Buyers & Brokers: Buyer's brokers must be present for all initial showings. Buyers should notify Listing Broker that they are represented prior to touring the property. We welcome the opportunity to work with other Brokers / Agents, but expect their full participation in any transaction. Contact: Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC (Broker) 12720 Hillcrest Road, Suite 207 Dallas, TX 75230 214-361-9191 Office 214-361-2095 Fax Cash McWhorter - Partner/Broker 469-222-4076 Mobile Stephen Schwartz - Sales Agent 903-738-7882 Mobile
Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC

Cash McWhorter
10711 Preston Road, Suite 240
Dallas, TX 75230

Mobile: 469-222-4076