everything Is Bigger In Texas

Posted: May 28, 2010

Do you know if this is true or just a "tall tale?" Like most truisms, as a native Texan I can tell you it depends on what you are talking (bragging) about. I can say without hesitation one thing that just got bigger in Texas, Spectrum's sales force. Statistics tell us that K-12 enrolment has been steadily increasing despite a lagging economy. Texas’ public school enrollment increased by 20.1 percent over a 10-year period, despite enrollment declines in eight of the state’s 20 regions. Enrollment in the public schools reached 4,749,571 by the 2008-2009 school year, which is an addition of 795,137 students over the past decade. On average, the state added 1.9 percent more students each year, according to a recently released report called Enrollment in Texas Public Schools 2008-2009, published by the Texas Education Agency’s Division of Accountability Research. To support this growth Spectrum Industries has recruited two local representatives.

South Central Texas will be represented by: Travis Rozacky
North Texas will be represented by: Rob Wellman

Look them up using the rep finder feature on our web site. Or keep an eye out for the mail and email you might receive announcing a local or regional show that Travis or Rob are attending.
Spectrum prides itself in listening to what educators and administrators are looking for. Find out our solutions to the questions we have heard you ask.
Do you have a favorite "Texas jackalope" story? I'm sure Rob and Travis would enjoy listening.
You can also find out what is new at Spectrum by going to www.spectrumfurniture.com.
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