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Arkansas APEX Accelerator Success Story Bull Creek Welding and Fabrication

by Kim Magee - February 28, 2019

Bull Creek Welding and Fabrication, Inc. is a welding and fabrication company located in El Paso, Arkansas.  They own, operate, and manage Bull Creek Outdoors, which is a unique retail store specializing in quality-built products that are safe, easy to operate, and quick to install or set-up. 

They are firm believers in American-made products and supporting local businesses.  Bull Creek was established in 2014 and locally manufactures Bull Creek Blinds, Xtreme Duck Blinds, Game Changer Hog Traps, Game Changer Cam, and the Rebel Rack for UTVs.  Their mission is to provide quality products at competitive prices.  Convenience and ease are two features they are committed to incorporating in their designs and the products they carry.

Bull Creek is owned by William and Cynthia Dismang.  They became aware of Arkansas Procurement Technical Assistance Center and our services after being contacted by Arkansas APEX Accelerator counselor, Mary Love, regarding a bid opportunity in 2016.  Following that contact, they became Arkansas APEX Accelerator clients.   

“Mary Love not only contacted us to inform us of the bid opportunity, but helped us construct our first bid proposal packet successfully," William Dismang said. 

Since becoming a client, they have been awarded numerous government contracts.  Bull Creek developed the Game Changer products to help with the fast-breeding feral hog issue.  Their most recent contracts for supplying hog traps to a federal agency were awarded last week (two in one week). Bull Creek employs eight people.  The company is currently expanding into equipment rental and sales.

Connect with our Arkansas APEX Accelerator counselors at 501-671-2390 to learn how you can expand your business into new areas.

Hog trap consisting of two large square shaped pens with drop gates that are joined at one corner of each pen.


Kim Magee