Mission of TexasCourthouses.com
To promote commerce in small town Texas by encouraging travel and tourism to the state’s unique historical and cultural landmarks via Heritage Tourism.
Brett Cameron is Director of Marketing & Business Strategies for Texascourthouses.com, a website that offers Texana-related photographs and paraphernalia for aficionados of historical architecture as well as low-rate advertising for small “mom and pop” businesses who value a targeted market for their advertising dollar. He has been “courthousing” across the state of Texas since 1997 when he combined his love for photography and history with his passion for travel. This combination has led Brett and Ted Lerich to once again team up to deliver a new product with a new and improved vision, that being to assist small town Texas businesses to emerge once again as strong and vital parts to the local and larger economies via cultural tourism.
Ted Lerich is Director of Sales and Marketing for Texascourthouses.com, a website that offers courthouse photography and paraphernalia for aficionados of historical architecture. He runs the Sales & Marketing arm of the website offering affordable advertising for small “mom and pop” businesses who value a targeted market for their advertising dollar. He has been “courthousing” across the state of Texas since 1997 when he combined his love for photography with his passion for travel.
- Texas Justice: The Legacy of Historical Courthouses By: Martana
- Texas Histroical Commission: Texas Plains Trail Region – Travel Guide
- County Magazine: Article titled Picture This! on people who travel to take courthouse pictures
- Texas Co-op Power: Artilce titled Texas Courthouses on monuments of heritage, justice and pride
- The Texas Docket: Texas Association of Legal Secretaries. Cover photos for three counties.
- Texas State Commission on Judical Conduct: 2003 Annual Report
- “Lone Star Justice” a text book by Ken Collier, Steven Galatas and Julie Harrelson-Stephens. Published by CQ Press. (CQ = Congressional Quarterly)
- Our image of the Rains County Courthouse appears in a tourism brochure for the City of East Tawakoni.