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To celebrate its grand opening in Arlington, the Youth Education Town is offering a special membership rate of $45 that will be good from October to February 2014...Families can receive a discounted membership rate and financial assistance is
File 2011/Staff Photo Seats that were ruled unsafe sat vacant beside some Arlington officials in the upper deck of the stadium during the second quarter of Super Bowl XLV. A judge has denied class-action status in a lawsuit filed by ticket-holders
The long delayed Youth Education Town, a Super Bowl XLV legacy project, is taking a highly symbolic step forward next week. A ceremonial construction launch complete with sledgehammers wielded by the Arlington mayor, Jerry Jones' daughter and a
Links Of the approximately 3,200 fans whose Super Bowl XLV experience was marred by a temporary seating fiasco last year in Dallas, 246 of them took the NFL up on their offer and are heading to Indy for this years big game, NFL Vice President of
Advertising Honda Returns to Super Bowl, Focused on Young Aspirations A print ad in a campaign for Honda's CR-V that features leap lists, a twist on bucket lists that enumerate personal goals. Super Bowl with a commercial for its redesigned CR-V
The ad campaign that revived the vintage jingle, "See the U.S.A. Your Chevrolet," featured the "Glee" cast in an elaborate production number. The power of the Chrysler Group's "Imported From Detroit" pitch was amplified immeasurably by the
BAY, Wis. (MCT) In January, cornerback Charles Woodson told President Barack Obama that the Green Bay Packers were coming for a visit. Seven months later, the president is finally putting out the welcome mat. Even though the Packers knocked out his
The host committee president of Super Bowl XLV says that if North Texas can marshal its resources as it did for Super Bowl XLV and continue to demonstrate regional unity, it can be a player for major national and international sports events.
Contending with freak snow and ice storms, massive crowds, and numerous planned and unplanned events across multiple jurisdictions, public safety officials in North Texas used Digital Sandbox's Risk Analysis Center (RAC) to understand the risks
The NFL upped the ante again Tuesday for the 400 fans displaced by problems with temporary seats at the Super Bowl. Spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league e-mailed all the fans to offer either $5,000 or reimbursement for "