Covercraft Industries is bringing their Wichita Falls production facility back online to expand the production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) due to increased demand and need during the COVID-19 crisis.

The company began PPE production in their Oklahoma facility on March 30th and the response has been heavy. “At this time in our country, the need for this equipment is crucial and the inquiries coming in have made it clear that we needed to get our Texas facility working on it,” comments Clay Callan, President and COO of Covercraft Industries.

“Our Texas employees expressed their desire to join the Oklahoma employees in the effort of producing PPE to create as much product as possible in this time of need”, added Callan.

As of the writing of this release, there were approximately 50 Oklahoma employees and 40 Texas employees brought back from furlough to produce protective gowns and masks.  

Groups or organizations in need of these PPE products should contact Covercraft by calling        (405)367-8930 or by email at

About Covercraft

Covercraft Industries, LLC is the leading branded manufacturer of Automotive, Marine and Recreational Vehicle protection products, as well as a market leader in outdoor protection products for Home and Garden. Covercraft’s product offerings include full vehicle covers, seat covers, front end masks, dashboard covers, window sunscreens, patio furniture and outdoor kitchen covers and other products that preserve and protect. The company focuses on custom fitment with a library that includes more than 450,000 patterns for distinct automotive and outdoor protection products. Covercraft owns additional market leading brands including ADCO, Carver, Colgan, DashMat, GT Covers, Marathon Seat Covers, Precision Fit and PCI. Licensed partnerships include, Barrett-Jackson, Carhartt, Ford, Major League Fishing, Prym1 Camo and Winnebago. Founded in Southern California in 1965, Covercraft is Headquartered in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma with additional company owned manufacturing facilities in California, Colorado, Montana, South Carolina, Texas and Mexico.

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Jeff Jegelewicz, Director of Marketing, Covercraft Industries | 405.238.9651 x9276

Center grows regardless of low unemployment rate

The Results Company, in Wichita Falls, Texas, continues growth at a fast pace and now has over 700 customer service professionals.  The company opened an operation in this city (population 104,000 residents) in 2016 with the assistance of a $2.5 million incentive from the City of Wichita Falls.

“The growth has been beyond expectations,” said Kevin M. Pearson – Senior Vice President for the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce, who located the company to town.

Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The Results Companies is a privately-held company which is owned by One Equity Partners, and Results’ management. Results operates 26 contact centers throughout the United States, Latin America, and the Philippines.

Results’ Network Operating Center is co-located in the Atlanta Telx building, with full redundancy in our Provo, UT contact center location. For over 26 years the company has served as a premier global customer experience provider for many Fortune 500 companies. The uniquely-designed, built and award-winning centers have set the standard for innovative customer-focused contact solutions.

Entrusted with over 46,000,000 relationships a year, its success and proven ability to respond to its Partner’s growth has enabled the company to expand its global footprint. With over 22,000 employees across the globe, The Results Companies’ expertise extends beyond call centers. The company is a well-known industry expert in representatives, analytical technologies, brand fulfillment and creating strategic advantages for its Partners.

The annual economic impact of the local operation on the Wichita Falls MSA is projected to be excess of $34 million.

The Wichita Falls Unemployment Rate for October 2018 was down to 3.1%, but the Results Company continues to find quality workers.  The company has also indicated drugs and alcohol abuse in Wichita Falls have not been a significant issue.

Wichita Falls Saturation Rate (the number of total customer service representatives in the MSA divided by the MSA Civilian Labor Force) is still only 2.2%.  Pearson says there is plenty of labor in Wichita Falls and the surrounding area to be able to staff up another 200 to 300 seat call-center. A saturation rate of 4% would discourage a new customer service center from considering the city as a possible location.

Have questions? We encourage you to contact Kevin Pearson directly by emailing him at the Wichita Falls Chamber.