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Culture A 40 Under 40 Night at the Coyote Drive In

A 40 Under 40 Night at the Coyote Drive In

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2020 40 Under 40 William C. Short

WILLIAM C. SHORT, 39 CHAIRMAN/CEO, AMERIFLEX HOLDINGS William C. Short is one of the consumer healthcare industry’s leading experts on the administration of health care benefits...

2020 40 Under 40 Ty Williams

TY WILLIAMS, 40 BROKER/PARTNER, WILLIAMS NORTHERN CRAIN Ty Williams deserves recognition because he has been so involved in the community and with making people’s lives better...

2020 40 Under 40 Tommy Pistana

TOMMY PISTANA, 39 TEAM LEAD| REALTOR, THE PISTANA GROUP @ COMPASS Tommy Pistana sees his clients as more than a transaction and no matter the state...

2020 40 Under 40 Taylor McMillan-Johnson

TAYLOR MCMILLAN-JOHNSON, 33 CEO, HAZEL AND OLIVE BOUTIQUE Taylor McMillan-Johnson started the online boutique Hazel and Olive in 2012 by saving $300 by clipping coupons to...
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The 2020 Fort Worth Business Press 40 Under 40 took place June 9 at the Coyote Drive In in Fort Worth under the stars with the honorees broadcast on the really big screen.

Because of COVID-19, this year’s event was delayed and was held at the Coyote Drive-In to allow for more social distancing.

The presenting sponsor was the University of Texas at Arlington College of Business Executive MBA. Gold sponsors were D&M Leasing and the Kimbell Art Museum. Bronze sponsors were Kelly Hart & Hallman, Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth and First Financial Bank. Supporting sponsors were Southside Bank and Hunt’s Golden State Transportation Service.


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