Build A Bridge Program Sponsors
McAleer’s Office Furniture Co., Inc. was founded on March 5, 1979 by Jim and Camilla McAleer. While working with his brother in the construction industry, Jim noticed a need in Mobile for a store that sold only office furniture, not supplies. His goal was straight forward – provide the best quality office furniture at the lowest possible price. Being a natural born entrepreneur, Jim mortgaged the house and started his own business. Since then, McAleer’s has successfully established itself in the Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL communities, and thanks to their loyal customers, have been going strong now for 40 Years!
William Bruce Business Sales & Acquisitions, LLC is a full-service firm offering business brokerage, valuations, due diligence investigations, cash flow analysis, merger and acquisition advisory services.
Hartmann, Blackmon, & Kilgore P.C. is a public accounting and business consulting firm serving a diverse group of clients ranging from small businesses and individuals to governments and multi-national corporations.
AdamsIP is a full service intellectual property and business law firm located on the Gulf Coast. Our attorneys serve clients across the country in the areas of patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and general business law.
Wonderland Express offers experienced, reliable transportation of intermodal, flatbed, and over-dimensional freight. They specialize in the movement of freight that is time-sensitive or requires other special attention.
The Law Office of John R. Nix
John R. Nix is an experienced Alabama attorney who practices in business law & litigation, probate law, personal injury, and employment law.
The Innovation Portal was conceived to connect the original design and problem solving work of students with a wide array of opportunities and to both support and promote that level of direct application and knowledge integration in the STEM education arena.
Food Pak International Food's
Food Pak is a Deli and grocery store in Mobile, Alabama that has a large inventory
of ethnic food and drink that is hard to find elsewhere in the city