About Brownsville, TX From the Web…
“Brownsville’s semi-tropical climate is recognized as one of the most delightful in the nation. The city has an average temperature of 74 degrees and an average rainfall of 25.55 inches. Average relative humidity is 75.25%. The comfortable year-round climate provides for an abundance of recreational fun and activities. Residents regularly visit Matamoros and South Padre Island as both places are only minutes away.”
“The border culture comes alive with festivals and events throughout the year in Brownsville. Charro Days, a week-long fiesta, celebrates the long-time friendship between Brownsville and its sister city, Matamoros, Mexico. Charro Days is held the last week of February and features folkloric dancing, mariachis, food and parades. In fact, Charro Days hosts the only known international parade with numerous beautifully decorated floats.”
We serve the following cities:
Brownsville, San Benito, Harlingen, Mercedes, Weslaco, Donna, Alamo, Raymondville, San Juan, Pharr, Hidalgo, and Edinburg, and Matamoros, Valle Hermoso, Rio Bravo, and Hidalgo in Mexico.
We serve the following counties:
Cameron, Hidalgo, and Willacy.