4M Sunscreens

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(956) 682-9818

220 N 29th St
McAllen, TX 78501
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Premier Businesses in Rio Grande Valley, TX

Benny's Heating & Cooling, Inc.
  • • Gas & Oil Boilers & Furnaces
  • • Heating Repairs & Maintenance
  • • Heat Pumps & Generators
(956) 423-2847
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Champion Lock & Safe Co
  • • Auto-Home-Business Locksmith
  • • Video Surveillance
  • • State License # B12796
(210) 590-6033
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Smart Glass & Aluminum Solutions
  • • Specializing in hurricane store front systems.
  • • Glazing Contractor & Installer
  • • We handle over 85% of glazing projects in The Rio Grande Valley.
(956) 342-2570
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Southern Landscapes
  • • 40 Years Of Service
  • • Commercial - Residential
  • • Landscape Lighting
(956) 618-1899
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Things To Do in Rio Grande Valley, TX

Texas International Fishing TournamentTexas International Fishing Tournament

Gas up the boat and head to the Texas International Fishing Tournament, the largest of its kind in the state. Cast a line and make the catch to win some money in this offshore competition. Past competitors have reeled in big fish like blue marlin, white marlin, and sailfish, along with smaller catches like speckled trout, redfish, and flounder. If you're prone to seasickness on a boat, hang out at the docks and watch the action from the shore.

 
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Schlitterbahn Beach WaterparkSchlitterbahn Beach Waterpark

Be ready for some wet and wild fun at Schlitterbahn Beach Waterpark. This South Padre Island destination offers thirteen water slides and a number of water attractions to cool you off in the Texas heat. Try your surfing skills on the Boogie Bahn, take a ride on the Rio Aventura, or hang out on Rio Beach - whatever you do, remember to use sunscreen.

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Quinta MazatlanQuinta Mazatlan

Take a stroll through the beautiful Quinta Mazatlan mansion, and explore the 20-acre property surrounding the home. The Spanish-style, 1930s estate is home to interesting exhibits and attractions, and the grounds around the building offer various nature trails that venture through the Rio Grande Valley Thornforest. As you walk along the trails, you'll see native vegetation like the Prickly Pear Cactus and birds like the Green Jay, and the Buff-bellied Hummingbird.

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