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Fort Worth-based Apex Capital Corp is one of six businesses in Texas to receive a Better Business Bureau 2018 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics. The awards were presented Feb. 11 during a BBB luncheon at Joe T. Garcia’s La Puertita.

Apex Capital is a full-service freight factoring company.

“We’re honored to be acknowledged for our ethical business practices,” said Sherry Leigh, marketing director at Apex Capital Corp. “At Apex, the foundation of our culture is to always do the right thing across the board. We strive for excellence and we are committed to making a difference in every way we can. Even as we continue to grow, the commitment to maintaining our ethical company values only strengthens.”

Apex Capital Corp was launched in late 1995 by David Baker and Dean Tetirick in a rented room on Cockrell Avenue in Fort Worth.

Apex Capital specializes in small to medium-sized trucking companies, buying freight bills and providing industry recognized customer service, credit checks and many other benefits to its clients, the company said.

On Dec. 3rd, 2018, Carrie A. Hurt, President & CEO for BBB serving the Heart of Texas, contacted Leigh to announce that we had won a 2018 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.

“We applaud the contributions this business has shown in upholding a trustworthy marketplace,” Carrie A. Hurt, president & CEO for BBB serving the Heart of Texas, said in a news release.

BBB serving the Heart of Texas presents the Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics each year to businesses that exemplify ethical behavior and display integrity in all aspects of its operations. The Torch Awards competition is open to all for-profit businesses headquartered in BBB Austin’s 105-county service area. Nominees are offered the opportunity to submit an entry essay to BBB Austin, where a panel of independent volunteer business and community leaders review the entries and choose the winners based on a set of criteria.



¬– FWBP Staff

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