Texas Title Company Promotes Courthouse Preservation Program
June 1, 2010
To celebrate its 25th year in business, San Antonio-based Hollerbach & Associates, an independent title research and abstract firm, is partnering with the Texas Historical Commission to promote the Texas Historical Courthouse Preservation Program.
The program is designed to promote the preservation of the more than 234 historical county courthouses over 50 years old that make up a vital part of Texas’ rich and diverse architectural and community history. The preservation program has turned the tide of disrepair and deterioration in these courthouses, and won national recognition.
To advocate the program, Hollerbach & Associates will produce a “Courthouse of the Month” e-newsletter, which will highlight visually some of the preservation and restoration work that has already been done through the program. The company will also promote the program in a variety of advertising and direct marketing efforts.
“We are proud Texans, and cannot think of a better way to celebrate our own success than to give back to our extended community,” said Jim Hollerbach, president and CEO of Hollerbach & Associates. “Obviously, we spend much time in courthouses in our line of work. But in Texas, the county courthouse has always been at the heart of the community. The diversity and history from courthouse to courthouse are stunning, and really represent the same level of diversity and history displayed from county to county in Texas. We didn’t think twice when given the opportunity to promote this worthy program.”
For more information, or to register to receive the Courthouse of the Month e-newsletter, go to www.Hollerbach.com.