Tommy Sandoz | Allie Beth Allman & Associates

About Tommy

Tommy Sandoz


Mobile Phone: 214-533-1907

5015 Tracy St, Suite 102
Dallas TX 75205
Office Phone: (214) 521-7355


About Tommy

Sandoz began his professional career at The Dallas Morning News after completing his education at Texas Tech University with a dual major in advertising and marketing.

Sandoz was selected for The News' first three year Executive Training Program since 1945, in which he spent six months in each phase of the newspaper's operations.

Sandoz was then assigned to the Classified Advertising Department as assistant to the Director. He assumed the position of Manager, Classified Advertising. After several years, he was promoted to Retail Advertising as manager and was then named Director. Another promotion led Sandoz to Director of Sales responsible for all advertising sales and training operations overseeing 450 Classified, Retail and National Advertising personnel.

Sandoz then began his own magazine publishing company, Family Publications, Inc. and launched the first title, ‘Dallas Family Magazine' in August of 1993. Two more titles were launched, Houston based ‘Houston Family Magazine' and a statewide publication ‘The Family Agenda'. The magazines won over twenty-five National Parenting Publications of America awards and four Dallas Press Club ‘Katie' awards, including the prestigious ‘Best Magazine' in Texas award. In 1999 the Family Publications, Inc. was sold to United News Media, London, England.

In 2001 after identifying a growing community need for computer training, education and service, Sandoz began Tomcat Computer Services. TomCat acquired over 1500 clients and the company grew into a more complete computer services company with an emphasis on in home computer setup and in home computer training and repairs.

Sandoz was then hired by TWLK, as Vice President of North American Sales. Sandoz responsibilities included all of the United States and Canada for both inside and outside sales staffs who sold TWLK programming in their three vertical areas; Government, Healthcare and Industrial.

In 2009, Sandoz completed study and obtained his Texas Real Estate License and joined Allie Beth Allman and Associates as Vice President and was promoted to Senior Vice President in 2013.

Sandoz spent 47 years in business in Dallas and served two terms as President of the 100 year old Dallas Advertising League, Vice President, Board member of Hope Cottage, Leadership Dallas and Leadership Dallas Alumni Association, Dallas Historical Society, Board member, Society of Colonial Wars, Treasurer, The Calyx Club, Texas Tech University Mass Communications Alumni Association, President-Dallas Chapter and Texas Tech University Mass Communication Advisory Board, Advertising Chairman.

Industry Activities include: Newspaper Association of America Retail Relations Committee, The Daily Texan, University of Texas, Advisory Board and Parenting Publications of America, Metrotex Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.

Honors include: Outstanding Alumnus, Texas Tech University, Outstanding Young Men in America and Who's Who in the South, Southwest.

Personal: Married to Brenda Bayless Sandoz with two sons, Thomas Reynolds III (Trey) 2009 Graduate majoring in Petroleum Engineering at The University of Texas and Peyton Randolph Sandoz IV a Graduate of Franklin University, Lugano, Switzerland with a degree in International Business Relations. He has lived in University Park and Highland Park for over 40 years.