Business is good for Leak Sealers, a leader in the local on-stream environmental repair industry. Leak Sealers stands to benefit from the tax cut package recently passed by Congress and signed into law by President Donald Trump.

The company decided to give something back to their more than 100 employees. Leak Sealers is giving every single one of them a bonus.

This decision follows a trend of large companies rewarding their employees nation-wide with bonuses in the wake of the new tax laws.

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Leak Sealers is a classic Southeast Texas success story. In a local economy dominated by the petrochemical industry, people and businesses often innovate in ways that revolutionize the sector as a whole. Leak Sealers is one of those businesses.

Leak Sealers is a leader in the on-stream environmental repair industry, a very specialized business that caters to local plants.

Business has been good, and like many businesses large and small, Leak Sealers stands to benefit from the tax cut package recently passed by Congress and signed into law by President Donald Trump.

So Leak Sealers is spreading the wealth around and giving something back to its employees. The company plans to reward everyone of its more than 100 employees with a bonus.

“We’ve been incredibly successful, and I’ve never seen anything like it, the way business has been roaring. We’re appreciative andwe want to share it with our employees,” said CEO Henry Adams.

“One reason I’m doing this is I want more of my buddies out leading other local businesses to see it and take care of their folks,” added Adams.

As national news stories break about large companies such as Chipotle, UPS, Lowe’s and Best Buy reacting to the tax law with bonuses and pay raises for their employees, Leak Sealers may be the first local company to join the trend.