McCoy’s Building Supply opens Bay City, Texas location

McCoy's Bay City store team
Back Row: Jason Bellard, Kevin Cowen, Tyler Montgomery, and Chris Cano. Front Row: Rose Zepeda, Hollie Longoria, Armand Reyna (Not Pictured: Bruce Grice and Larry Bright)

McCoy’s Building Supply has opened its newest location in Bay City, Texas. The new store features 18,000 square feet of inside retail space and a paved drive-through lumberyard.

The new store serves professional homebuilders, remodelers and do-it-yourselfers throughout Bay City and its surrounding area. Store manager Tyler Montgomery leads the store team along with assistant managers Kevin Cowen and Chris Cano. “We’re so excited to serve the community and build lasting relationship with our customers,” said Montgomery. “Our customers can expect our team to greet them with a smile while providing friendly service and great products.”

It’s a McCoy’s Building Supply tradition to hand-saw a board in half to officially open a new store instead of cutting a ribbon. The McCoy’s Bay City board cutting ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 12 with members of the Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture speaking at the event. Grand Opening week festivities will run from Sept. 9 through Sept. 14 at the store with daily giveaways, food, and vendor demonstrations to celebrate McCoy’s newest location. Chainsaw carving artist, Griffon Ramsey, will be at the store on Saturday, Sept. 14 for a chainsaw exhibition starting at 8 a.m. The community is welcome and encouraged to attend the Grand Opening celebrations.

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McCoy's Bay City store front

McCoy’s is one of the nation’s largest privately held building supply retailers. It has provided quality building products and services to its “Born-to-Build” customers since 1927. The company is led by Brian McCoy, Chairman and CEO, and Meagan McCoy Jones, President and COO, and is headquartered in San Marcos, Texas. McCoy’s employs 2,500 people and operates 88 stores, three distribution facilities and two millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico. They can be found online at



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