Greetings to you from the Texoma Region of North Texas!
If you are interested in setting an appointment with us to discuss your new business strategy, please contact us at 972-712-2100. We look forward to hearing from you. ICOMEX is open Monday through Friday from 9-6, and our staff is available to set up a time to meet that will be mutually convenient with your schedule.
Many have asked us why are we located in Sherman Texas? It's an easy answer, first we are centrally located to our national customers, and second, the entire Texoma region gives us the ability for ICOMEX to provide superior service to any city in our area both in Texas and Oklahoma and the South. Sherman is the County Seat of Grayson County, and is centrally located right off Highway 75 which can access any city right along the freeway from Fort Worth to Oklahoma City easily. While we have clients nationwide in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Louisiana, Colorado, California for examples, Texas has been our home for over 18 years, and where we have chosen to have our home base. We were't born here, but we got here as fast as we could! The best of both worlds, the city and the country and never far from either.
Downtown Sherman also has a history rich with intrigue and diversity. Actually Sherman was created through a legislative act on March 17, 1846 establishing Grayson County and designating the city of Sherman as its County Seat. The original log courthouse was constructed and the community rapidly grew into a successful merchandising center. In 1848 the town was relocated three miles east to its present location. By 1852, 400 people lived in Sherman, which “consisted of a row of clapboard business buildings along the East side of the public square,” and, among other things, two saloons, a district clerk’s office, a doctor’s office and a church. The rest is history.
For more information about downtown Sherman, please contact April Patterson, Director of the Sherman Dept. of Tourism, at 903.957.0310, or visit www.downtownsherman.com
*All historical information courtesy of the Texas State Historical Association. For more information on the history of Sherman, Grayson County, or the State of Texas, visit www.tshaonline.org