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SAN ANGELO –  Tony Villarreal’s Annual “Customer Appreciation Day,” held consecutively for nine years, was moved originally from July to September, to October, due to it being extremely hot. Even though it was a warmish 80 degrees during Thursday afternoon’s “CAD” held from 4 p.m. -6:30, it didn’t keep a fair turnout of customers from attending the family, fun-filled event.

Left-to-right: Luke Uherik and Edward Carrasco, are both First Financial Bank, senior vice president commercial lenders.
"We want to congratulate Tony on nine years of doing this and appreciate him letting us partner with him on "Customer Appreciation Day," said Uherik.

To put on such an event takes a great cook, lots of food and entertainment. Tony, being a go-getter, got the best man, Edward Carrasco, for the job when it came to the cookout which consisted of chicken and beef fajitas, rice and beans, tortillas. 

Marie Brock has been with State Farm for six years. 

Left-to-right: Isabel Ceron, daughter and mother, Juana Ceron. Villarreal has been Juana's agent the past nine years.

Villarreal, State Farm Insurance owner, hosted the “Customer Appreciation Day” in behalf of his clients, because as he put it “Our clients, our community has been very supportive, so we are very grateful.”

The entertainment was provided by the Lake View High School Mariachi Band.

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