Welcome to my website serving Amarillo, Canyon, and Bushland.
We are proud of the fact that we are native to Amarillo. This Texas city has grown from a small town serving the needs of area ranchers to the thriving industrial complex it is today: a major oil and gas, agricultural, medical, wind energy, and manufacturing center. Amarillo is the largest city in a 600 square mile area, thus serving the needs of a vast geography filled with smaller communities. Amarillo's population of over 200,000 serves a surrounding community of an estimated 1.2 million people. Amarillo is the shining crown in the Texas Panhandle.
Agriculture has always been a mainstay for our city. The panhandle area has long been considered America's breadbasket due to its agriculture of corn, wheat, soybeans, and grain sorghum.
Cattle Raising and Ranching The Amarillo area has long been considered the beef capital of America. Historical ranch brands like the XIT, the LX, and the 6666 originated in our area.
Dairy has become a recent boom for this area. Its industry provides numerous dairy farms and cheese factories.
Oil and Gas Our city sits upon one of the largest oil, gas, and helium fields in the U. S.
Medical facilities serving the Amarillo area is as large as some states; exhibiting high state of the art technology in medicine and education.
Wind Energy Wind farms have become a new and vital industry.
Pantex This is one of our largest employers and has been key to our growth. It is the United States' only nuclear weapons assembly/dis-assembly facility and is charged with maintaining the safety, security, and reliability of the nations nuclear stockpile.
Bell Helicopter produces the new Osprey Aircraft that is important to military and other industries.
Attractions and fun activities are important for any thriving community. Embark upon a hike at the nation's second largest natural canyon, Palo Duro Canyon. Have some great barbecue before an evening of relaxation enjoying the musical drama "Texas" in the canyon's outdoor amphitheatre. Learn of the rich Indian history in the land at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum.
We love Amarillo and believe you will to!