Bonnie Lantz turned a hobby into a sideline money-maker, and then turned that into a local business.
Since 1951, members of the Eddins family have consistently offered their patrons the best in Western wear and customer service, and if they have it their way – nothing’s going to change.
Brian Toliver Ford isn’t just a family-owned business in Sulphur Springs, it’s also a family-managed business in which the owners work as a team with their employees to provide a full service dealership.
Nine months ago, Donna Smith and her husband, Steve, opened their catfish restaurant, Dip Net. The dining room, once an auto body shop, has been redesigned with refurbished wood and tin. A chandelier made of Tabasco bottles, created by Smith, her husband and their oldest son, Luke, acts as a center piece to the country-style design, and a variety of antique windows and doors, used as wall décor, add an elegant finish.