Omar Davila Named Store Manager of Weslaco McCoy’s Building Supply


WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 7, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — McCoy’s Building Supply is proud to announce the appointment of Omar Davila as store manager of its Weslaco location at 910 U.S. Expressway 83.

Davila joined the McCoy’s team four years ago in Pharr as part of the company’s Management Development Program and his wealth of knowledge was immediately evident. His first Assistant Manager position was in Beeville, Texas where he embraced McCoy’s passion for making life easier for those who build. Most recently Davila managed McCoy’s Aransas Pass store before taking the helm of the Weslaco location.

“I’m excited to be back home in the Valley. I was born and raised in McAllen and remember competing with Weslaco in high school,” shares Davila. “I’m looking forward to joining the Weslaco community and getting to be closer to my family.”

McCoy’s prides itself on great service, quality products and a knowledgeable, customer-focused staff. When asked about his plans for the Weslaco store, Davila says he’s amazed at the tenure of the employees he’ll be working with. “Customers can expect a complete commitment to service from the employees at our Weslaco location,” he says. “My favorite part of working at McCoy’s is accomplishing goals as a team, and the majority of the Weslaco crew has been working together for more than fifteen years! I’m thrilled to be a part of a team you can count on.”

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 and has earned the loyalty of builders, contractors, ranchers and serious do-it-yourselfers across five states. The company is headquartered in San Marcos, TX and headed by owner and CEO, Brian McCoy. McCoy’s employs 2,000+ people and operates 86 stores and two millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico. They can be found online at

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