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Susan Ferris

Business Name: Cendera Funding, Inc Title: Branch Manager Address: 4040 Broadway #405 San Antonio, Texas 78209 Work Phone: (210) 880-1531 Email: sferris@cenderafunding.com Website: www.cenderafunding.com

Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is an American fast food restaurant chain headquartered in the Atlanta suburb of College Park, Georgia, specializing in chicken sandwiches. Founded in 1946, it is associated with the Southern United States. Contact: Anthony

The Copy Center

We are a family-owned business specializing in personal service, a friendly atmosphere, and quality printing & workmanship. Tony Mansfield, owner and expert, started in the business with Kinko’s in California in the 1980’s before

Cut-Rite Lawn Management

When you seek the best lawn care plan to ensure your lawn is easy to manage or is kept up the way you desire. Offering the most reliable residential and commercial services. Contact: William

Christus Santa Rosa Hospital-AH

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System is about people. People we meet and care for; people whose lives we enhance, and those whose lives we save. CHRISTUS is about the people who work here: our

Cycle Hub

Cycle Hub is a state-of-the-art indoor cycling studio, the first of its kind in San Antonio. We are dedicated exclusively to indoor cycling classes. We had a simple idea — create an awesome fitness

CORE Personal Fitness

We are CORE. We proudly focus on specialized one-on-one training that is customized to you. This isn’t just personal training. This is where determination cultivates results. Contact: Jason Bunn Address: 332 W. Sunset, Ste

CPS Energy

CPS Energy Works for You: CPS Energy is the nation’s largest municipally owned energy utility providing both natural gas and electric service. Acquired by the City of San Antonio in 1942, today we serve

City of Alamo Heights

In the Fall of 2008 Comprehensive Plan Neighborhood Meetings were conducted to gather input for the future of Alamo Heights. The meetings were the first part of a concerted effort by City Council and

Comerica Bank

Comerica, originally called Detroit Savings Fund Institute, opened its doors on August 17, 1849, to a city bustling with shipyards, river trade, sawmills, horse drawn carriages and dirt roads. It had six customers that