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We’re very proud to announce that on June 6th we are opening our 11th office in Dallas, TX! There’s a lot to see and do in this big city and we can’t wait to explore the best of what Dallas has to offer. Here’s what’s at the top of our list.  1. Experience History at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza The sixth floor of the former Texas School Book Depository has been transformed into a museum dedicated to the life, death, and legacy of John F. Kennedy. Through photos, artifacts, and recreations, the museum sets the cultural backdrop to Kennedy’s assassination and explores its lingering global effects. Being there might give us goose bumps, but we’ll certainly walk away with a better perspective on history. 

Photo from http://www.biography.com/people/john-f-kennedy-9362930

  2. Take in a Game at AT&T Stadium Yes, our national headquarters is located just outside Philadelphia, PA, but even the biggest Eagles fan knows that AT&T Stadium is something special. From the 72-foot tall video boards to the seating capacity of 80,000, everything really is bigger in Texas. Forgive us if we show up in Eagles gear.  3. Visit the Nasher Sculpture Center The Nasher Sculpture Center holds more than 300 modern and contemporary sculptures. Works by artists such as Picasso, Rodin, Miró, and Calder, are spread across the Center’s two-and-a-half acre site in the Dallas Arts District. In addition to their collection, the Center is known for their rotating exhibits, concerts, and lectures.  We’re especially looking forward to the ‘til Midnight at the Nasher event on June 17th, featuring local musicians and a screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel Photo from nashersculpturecenter.org  4. Grab a Drink on the Rooftop From the infinity pool at the SODA Bar to the industrial-style HG Sply Co to jazz sessions at Tei-An, where do we start with the Dallas rooftop scene? We have a feeling the Dallas skyline will never get old, so we’ll just take our time getting to each one.  5. Exercise Outdoors Between Centennial Park, the Campión Trails, the Bachman Lake Park Loop Trail, and the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, we have no excuse to not get out and get moving! The trails and parks offer a different way to explore our new city, and a great way to meet new people.  Arbor Hills Trail photo from http://boredommd.com/place/best-places-for-bicycling-in-dallas-fort-worth-texas/

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