Rodeo Time!

It’s that time again, folks!  Dust off your cowboy boots and find your best western wear; THE RODEO IS BACK!!  Every year, trial riders make their way in to town and the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo takes place.  There are so many sites and smells to take int and so many prizes and

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Leap year

2016 is a leap year, which means that it has 366 days instead of the usual 365 days that an ordinary year has. An extra day is added in a leap year—February 29 — You get a whole extra day! Even though that day is a Monday, But, You are given one extra day in the year every 4 years!   The extra day

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Gentleman, Place your Bets

We are currently in a very tumultuous market that is testing the patience and knowledge of investors from all spectrums. The low oil prices, along with a slower demand, have presented somewhat of an anomaly. In normal conditions, just a low demand is enough to drive prices in the ditch. However, we are also experiencing

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From Miguel

Get set…in your marks…go   Some of my co-workers and I at Office System Texas are looking forward to participate in the annual San Jacinto monument run and walk, it’s a nice occasion to enjoy a great time with friends and family and in the process do some workout. Another activity we can enjoy is

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Valentine’s Day

Getting ready for the holiday for …. Someone. February 14th, St Valentine’s Day, a day that…well doesn’t do much for me. I’m married and I LOVE my wife, but why do we have to “celebrate” a day to show someone that you like them. I show my wife EVERYDAY that I love her and she

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From Jim

Do you find the state of politics today as sad as I do? We are narrowing down the selection for the most important job on earth to a choice between an idiot, a thief, a fascist, and a buffoon. The sad part is that each one of them has so many enthusiastic supporters. The only

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From Robert

Recently our Service Department was treated to a well deserved “Appreciation Dinner” at the Steamboat House. The Steamboat House offers some of the best steaks & seafood in the Houston area but this blog is about our Technicians, Delivery/Install team and Parts/Supplies Management. It all begins from the time we receive our copier/printer products in

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Houston Food Bank

For many years now Office Systems of Texas has placed office copiers with The Houston Food Bank. We are honored to work with such a great organization and support them on a consistent basis I recently placed new units in 3 of their departments and found that the structure and the heart of those that

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Service Appreciation

Working here at Office Systems of Texas has some great perks, this year, to show the Service department how much they are appreciated, we were taken out to dinner at The Steamboat House. This Steak house was voted as one of the best in all of the USA. The neat thing about this restaurant is

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Ending the Perpetuation of the Status Quo

Being a current finance major at Sam Houston State University, I have been taught many approaches to management. Management styles have changed throughout the years. We have gone from point-and-command, totalitarianistic, demanding ideologies to a system that empowers employees to operate as their own bosses. After all, each person whether self-employed or offering their services

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5TH Annual Fun Run

Office Systems of Texas is proud to be a sponsor of the 5th Annual San Jacinto Fun Run/Walk!  The race will take place on Saturday, March 5th, 2016; bright and early at 7:30am.  It is always a pleasure to be a part of this event and support such a wonderful organization.

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Are you feeling lucky?

Are you feeling lucky? “If I win the Lottery…..” I hear people say that quite often. But I’ve been hearing it more and more the past week or so. The Powerball lottery jackpot continues to grow — to an estimated record $1.3 billion by the next drawing— after nobody matched the winning numbers Saturday. You honestly

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From Bill

OK, I survived the Holliday season, Now that it is Jan 8th, I can take down the Christmas decorations and put the tree up. Some people might say it’s a little late, NOT by my beliefs.  I celebrate all the way until the Epiphany, or Three Kings Day. The evening of January 5 marks the

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Space Station

Tonight in Houston, we will have a great opportunity to observe the International Space Station pass overhead. What follows is the reference information to locate it.   Time: Wed Dec 23 6:24 PM, Visible: 5 min, Max Height: 42°, Appears: 10° above NNW, Disappears: 19° above ESE

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From Kim

I recently heard the phrase, “ the days are long, but the years are short “, and it stuck with me. My personal opinion is that it is absolutely true. Each day is a routine, and a rush, wake up, go to work, head home, dinner, stuff with kids, prepare for the next day –

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Toys for Tots

Office Systems of Texas has once again partnered up with the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce and the Houston Young Professionals Exchange team to support Toys For Tots, and are happy to report quite a successful turn out last Wednesday. Chamber Member The Ivy League of Menswear clothing boutique is a USMC veteran owned and

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From Bill

Wow, I forgot how busy this time of year was for me. The Texas Renaissance Festival is in Full swing, my birthday and my daughter’s Birthday is in October, Halloween just past, And Now we move into the “Holliday Season”, Turkey day is around the corner and then Christmas…….Yes I celebrate Christmas. On top of

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Tomball Farmers Market

This Saturday my daughters and I visited Tomball, and the Tomball Farmers Market. If you have never been, I highly recommend your attendance. We purchased honey from BZ Honey, and when my daughter asked about a sting, he shared with her a bit about his job and how the honey is gathered. Our jar of

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Veterans Day

Veterans Day is observed on November 11 and in 2015, it falls on a Wednesday. Veterans Day is a United States of America and State of Texas holiday. The United States Post Office and most banks are closed. Between 9 am and 1 pm, the City of Houston will celebrate the holiday at City Hall

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