450 foot tower in dickinson, tx

by Georganne Gray
(Dickinson, TX)

We have a 450' tower that is vacant. We have been too busy to look into getting tenants until now. We have no idea how to find tenants but were told there are companies that specialize in this. We would like to find someone in our area to help us.

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Nov 10, 2010
Your 450 ft tower
by: Tower Genius

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