Copier Lease Center is now servicing San Antonio, Texas. We provide copiers and printers to lease or buy for low monthly rates. We are happy to meet your business needs with copier leasing solutions in Texas’ oldest city. San Antonio is over 300 years old.
We are a national copier company with local technicians in San Antonio. If you are looking for a copier and want to see all of your options, check out our product catalog. If you are more brand loyal, here are our Xerox copiers, and our Canon copiers. Learn more about us and how we can help you get a copier lease. We work with businesses all over the USA with our nationwide footprint of technicians.
If you are unsure how a copier lease works for your business in San Antonio, then check out our tips page on leasing a copier. If you are wondering how we service your company, we have local technicians all over the country. This includes San Antonio, and we would be happy to chat with you about how your copier will be covered under a local service contract you can count on.
All of service techs are locally based in San Antonio, while we do have phone support available to assist you at anytime. Our passion is to ensure you are not down and you have the help you need when you need it!
Here are some of the copiers that are the most popular in San Antonio at the moment.
Here are a few things we love about San Antonio.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in Downtown San Antonio is named after the late Congressman Henry Barbosa Gonzalez. He represented Texas’ congressional district from 1961 to 1999.
The convention center hosts 300 events each year. It is composed of two ballrooms, four exhibit halls, and the Lila Cockrell Theatre. The “Stars at Night” ballroom is the largest in Texas and features 652 LED lights.
The Alamo is a historic Spanish mission and fortress founded in the 18th century by Roman Catholic missionaries. It is one of five colonial Spanish missions in the area. The Alamo was the site of the Battle of the Alamo. This famous battle lasted thirteen days from February 23 to March 6, 1836, during a war to declare Texas’ independence from Mexico. The Texas army lost the Battle of the Alamo but claimed their victory over the Mexican army in the Battle of San Jacinto on April 12, 1836.
The Alamo is now a museum in the Alamo Plaza Historic District. Visitors come here every year in memory of the Battle of the Alamo. The chapel of the Alamo mission is known as “The Shrine of Texas Liberty.”
The River Walk
The San Antonio River Walk is considered the second most popular tourist attraction in the city, after the Alamo. It is a city park designed by the architect Robert H. H. Hugman to accentuate the San Antonio River running through downtown with bridges and pathways. It began as a structural necessity to prevent downtown flooding and became a beautiful architectural design.
The River Walk brings a lot of business to downtown in a booming tourist economy. The Shops at Rivercenter, HemisFair Park, Arneson River Theatre, and the Tower Life building are all major tourist attractions downtown. Several events are held at the River Walk year-round such as the Fiesta San Antonio and Fiesta Noche Del Rio.
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