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Tex Christopher Goes On-the-Air on The Amazing Doc Greene Show

Tex talks about the Town Hall Forum and Help Me Tex Campaign to assist homeowners with claims and rebuilding their homes in Houston due to the Hurricane Harvey Disaster. Visit:  http://www.HelpMeTex2.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxLtkuVVxZQ Listen at minute 15:15 thru 52:45

Texas Termites Unite to Leverage Movie Interest for Termite Watkins

Tex Christopher and legendary boxing champion Termite Watkins met-up in Clear Lake to talk about the burgeoning movie shift coming to Texas and Termite's motion picture based on his true story and preparing boxers from Iraq for the Olympics which made global news. Stay tuned for more developments. Take a look at a few background … Continue reading Texas Termites Unite to Leverage Movie Interest for Termite Watkins

Help Me Tex Campaign and Town Hall Forum to Address Extreme Property Loss

Contact: Tex Christopher                                                        Interviews Available at Event Direct: 832.233.8879 E-mail: Tex@TexChristopherStudios.com For Immediate Release Help Me Tex Campaign and Town Hall Forum to Address Extreme Property Loss Houston Homeowners Have Had Enough and Want Answers about Recovery Houston, Texas (March 30, 2018) – Community Leader Tex Christopher has created a solutions approach to help Houstonians … Continue reading Help Me Tex Campaign and Town Hall Forum to Address Extreme Property Loss

The Preppers Were Right, Post-Apocalyptic Best Selling Author Moves to Motion Picture

Screenwriter Scripts “The Borrowed World” and “Ashes of the Unspeakable” Houston, Texas (May 19, 2017) – Popular and trending Novelist Franklin Horton has capitalized on an opportunity to take his The Borrowed World Series: Novels of Post-Apocalyptic Collapse as seen through the eyes of a single family to the silver screen. “I had an opportunity … Continue reading The Preppers Were Right, Post-Apocalyptic Best Selling Author Moves to Motion Picture