Metrocrest Services Update
Oct 18, 2022
Tracy Eubanks
Metrocrest Services Update

Tracy has been the CEO of Metrocrest Services since 2013. Prior to joining the organization, he served as a Metrocrest board member for six years including serving as Board Chair. 

Prior to joining Metrocrest Services, Tracy served as the president of the Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce for two years. During his tenure he led the resurgence of the chamber as it became a key contributor to the area’s economic growth. Prior to joining the staff as president he served on the chamber board for six years including serving as Board Chair.

Prior to joining the chamber Tracy ran Mapsco, Inc., 1994-2010, the map company that began in Dallas in 1952. Mapsco grew from a DFW-only map provider to mapping many states and becoming the dominant map provider for Texas and Colorado. During his tenure Mapsco made multiple acquisitions to grow Mapsco’s product base. Mapsco won the Metrocrest Chamber’s 2009 Business of the Year Award. 

Tracy has served as a board member and chairman for the Texas Retailers Association. He also served on the board of the International Map Trade Association. In 2014, the Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce honored Tracy with the 2013 Metrocrest Citizen of the Year Award and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity honored Tracy as a Golden Legend for his work in the community. In 2015, on behalf of Metrocrest Services, Tracy accepted the Governor’s Small Business of the Year Award for the Non-Profit category. In 2019 he was awarded the Texas PTA Honorary Life Membership. He currently serves on the North Texas Food Bank Perot Family Campus Board, the Advisory Board for AVID at CFBISD, on the Advisory Board for the University of North Texas Non-Profit Leadership Studies Program, on the board for the Non Profit CEO Council, and on the board for the United States Handball Association. In 2021 he accepted the D CEO Non-Profit Award on behalf of Metrocrest Services which recognized the Best Large Non-Profit in the Dallas area. The Carrollton Masonic Lodge awarded Tracy the Community Builders Award, their highest honor for a non-Mason.

He is a graduate of Newman Smith High School and the University of North Texas. He lives in Carrollton with his wife and children.