Feb 22nd, 2013
Ever-changing industry keeps owner on his toes 575-373-9292

• 210 S. NEVAREZ ST. • WWW.AMERICOMONLINE.NET By Rachel Christiansen Think about a typical workday for many people. What would it be like without the ability to instantly check email, voice mails, text messages or news online? Definitely not the 21st century we’ve come to know and expect. Or what the weekend would be like without cable television or gaming systems to babysit the kids? Disastrous. For Justin Pelayo, President and CEO of AmeriCom Automation Services Inc., what powers these modern-day conveniences is what keeps him wired. New Mexico was the original home to both Pelayo and ... Continue Reading

May 12th, 2014

Serving the local and military community LOCATED IN DOÑA ANA AND EL PASO COUNTIES • 800-351-1670 • WWW.FIRSTLIGHTFCU.ORG Banking institutions are a very impor­tant part of a community. Large corpora­tions, small business and members of the community all use their services. All banks have a target market, some focusing on a larger demographics while others narrowing in on a smaller group. FirstLight Federal Credit Union is a local institution well known in Las Cruces for serving El Paso and Doña Ana communities. FirstLight Federal Credit Union’s es­tablishment goes back to 1955. It was formed as cooperative when a group of nine individuals, ... Continue Reading

Jun 6th, 2014

Building New Mexico as it grows 1412 PORTLAND DRIVE, SUITE A • 505-345-8591 OR 575-526-6400 • WWW.JAYNESCORP.COM

With cities growing throughout New Mexico and the surrounding area, the de­mand for local construction companies is increasing. Whether it is a new hospital or new home, Jaynes Corp. has created a name for itself in the construction industry. The Jaynes Corp. headquarters is lo­cated in Albuquerque and it is the parent company of three commercial construction companies in the Southwest. Currently, it operates in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah. It focuses on the cultural value of its business with its ... Continue Reading