About Us

Alamo Barter members barter millions of dollars in goods and services every year with each other.

Alamo Barter is the largest independently owned trade exchange in Texas with over 30 years of successful trading in and around San Antonio. Our members barter millions of dollars in goods and services every year with each other. Members have also been able to save their cash on many of the purchases they frequently make to maintain their business, home and even entertainment needs.

Our purpose is increase our clients’ sales, while helping them conserve their cash flow, facilitate trade among clients in an efficient, easy to use and cost effective way.

If you own a business or have a profession that is in demand, you could join the hundreds of members who are able to barter their good or service for whatever they need instead of paying cash for it. Whether you need small consumable items or find yourself starting a large project, Alamo Barter is here to help you.

Rebecca Wick
Vice President

I love being a mother and a wife to two of my most favorite people in the world. Since then, I’ve picked up hobbies and interests that I never really thought much about before like being a wife of an outdoorsman, weekend getaways, camping, and even cheering on our favorite sports teams. I am a great shopper, and love to buy new things with the family. On my down time, I enjoy doing smaller arts and crafting. Raising a child and a husband(haha) takes up a lot of my time, but we are very proud of ourselves for being able to balance everything just right.

Kenny Wick
Trade Broker/Sales

I am an avid outdoorsman with a fairly extensive background of construction experiences including commercial, residential and even large earth moving applications. As a pass time I also enjoy woodworking, building smaller furniture and decorative pieces. I grew up and graduated from Seguin and now live in New Braunfels where I am a devoted husband since 2015 and father to a little girl born in 2016. My wife, Rebecca, and I hope to pass on the legacy of Alamo Barter one day to our daughter the way Rebecca has received it. .