Company Overview of Mission City Management, Inc.
Mission City Management Inc. is a holding company that manages the non-Kinetic Concepts assets of James R. Leininger. The company operates through its subsidiaries ATX Technologies Inc., Home Court America, Promised Land Dairy Inc., Sunday House Foods Inc., Seafood Wholesalers of Houston, and North Atlantic Seafood. ATX Technologies Inc., offers onboard tracking and security system for automobiles; Home Court America, offers a volleyball and basketball gym; Promised Land Dairy Inc., produces and sells milk and ice cream; Sunday House Foods Inc., sells mail-order turkeys; and North Atlantic Seafood, produces and markets seafood. The company is based in San Antonio, Texas.
8122 Datapoint Drive
San Antonio, TX 78229
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for Mission City Management, Inc.
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