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01.07.21

Happy New Year!!!!!!

Happy New Year from EPI

12.08.20

News on Copper Pricing

 We were just notified by our copper supplier of a significant increase in pricing for standard size copper bar sizes effective immediately. The increase ranges from 5 to 15 %. What does this mean for you?     If you have a quote on a bussed secondary product which has not been finalized, please contact our sales team at (210)

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12.03.20

EPI’s 2020 Annual Closure

     Our entire organization joins in sending you holiday greetings! EPI Electrical Enclosures & Engineering will be closed beginning Thursday, December 17, 2020. We will be ready to serve you on Monday, January 4, 2021. We hope that you and your entire family are safe and happy this holiday season.     Please note that orders received after December 1st

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11.25.20

Happy Thanksgiving!

     Our entire organization joins in wishing you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! EPI-Electrical Enclosures will be closed Thursday, November 26th, and Friday, November 27th for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will be ready to take your orders on Monday, November 30th.     While our industry continues working during these difficult times, we hope the best for you and

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09.01.20

Fall is upon us

The Fall season is in full swing with many festivals going on across the state such as county fairs and pumpkin patches. The Texas State Fair, in particular, located in Dallas, is famous for its association with the Red River Rivalry, carnival, and assortment of fried foods. It is an event every Texan should experience

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08.31.20

Time to Lock n’ Load

September 1st marks the beginning of hunting season in Texas. It starts with the opening of dove season. For many years, EPI has offered many of our customers, partners, and friends an annual dove hunt at “Rancho Colorado del Norte.” The ranch is located in Medina County 45 minutes southwest of San Antonio. Medina County

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07.31.20

Welcoming Fall

The summer is coming to an end and students are gearing up to go back to school. If you still haven’t decided exactly where to enjoy some time off this summer, we wanted to highlight some Texas geography in the western region of the state. Big Bend National Park contains the Chisos Mountains which offer

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07.01.20

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Fourth of July! On this date in 1776, the American colonies declared their independence from England. The Americans went on to win the American Revolutionary War and hold up its Declaration of Independence. This year America turns 244 years old and we are wishing many more prosperous years for our country to come! All

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05.30.20

Summer!

Summer has finally arrived! Five months of apathy towards our New Year’s fitness goal will be put on full display poolside in the Texas sunshine. However, we hope you have been dedicated to your fitness goal and have planned to set aside time to enjoy the sunny weather. Here in Texas, there are many lakes,

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04.30.20

Celebrate Texas Ranching Heritage

During this month we wanted to highlight staples of Texas economy and culture: Texas ranches and farms. The practice of farming dates back all the way to the old European countries. Livestock ranching in Texas began in the late 1600s with the early Spanish settlers who brought in stock with their Entradas. Since then, the Texas

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