Matthew Fleeger obtained his Bachelors degree in business for finance and marketing from the Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business in 1985. In 1970, his father had established Gulf Coast Western in Dallas as an oil and gas company. He joined his father’s company and served as the President of Gulf Coast Western from 1985 to 1990. Gulf Coast Western is the Managing Venturer of Oil and Gas General Partnerships for the acquisition, development, and exploration of domestic gas and oil reserves in Texas, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma.
He left the company to become the Vice President of Kinlaw Oil Company in Dallas and Fort Worth from 1990 to 1993. He decided to create his own business in 1993. He founded MedSolutions, Inc. and served as its CEO and Director. He was also the Chairman of the Board. The company specialized in the disposal, transportation, and treatment of medical wastes from healthcare facilities. He led the company to become a leader in healthcare waste management. Fleeger sold the company to Stericycle, Inc for nearly $59 million in 2007.
He helped found Palm Beach Tan, Inc. and was its Director from 1999 to 2000. It is the United States’ largest chain of indoor tanning salons. He also helped establish the world’s largest spray-on tanning booth franchise, Mystic Tan. He helped those two businesses earn a combined revenue of almost $100 million.
He returned to Gulf Coast Western and is currently serving as its CEO, Director, and President. His experience in acquisitions, corporate structuring, mergers, and general partnerships has helped him become a great leader. The company’s future in the oil and gas industry will likely be successful with him at the helm. His success led him to be selected as a member of International Who’s Who of Business Professionals.
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