12 Days of Content: An interview with Tex-Air Gas


A third-generation family-owned company based in Amarillo, Texas, Tex-Air Gas supplies helium to welding supplies distributors across the US and has also fuelled projects like launching a box of Kentucky Fried Chicken into space and illusionist David Blaine’s ascent above the Arizona desert with the help of around 50 helium balloons last year.

Founded in 1952 by James Prowell Senior as a welding supply distributor, the company has throughout the years experienced significant growth and has now evolved into a bulk helium distributor with jumbo gaseous tube trailers and a drop and hook business model.

Here, in the next instalment of gasworld’s 12 Days of Content series, we speak to Joe Prowell, President of Tex-Air Gas, to find out about what the company has been up to in 2021, the return on in-person events and plans for the future.

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