Advertising in Dallas

Dallas was founded in 1841, but formally assimilated as a city in 1856. The city became historically noticed with its oil, cotton, and railroad influences. Today, the economy in Dallas is centered around banking, commerce, telecommunications, computer technology, energy, healthcare, medical research, transportation, and logistics. One of the largest and busiest airports in the world, Dallas/Fort Worth International helped Dallas become a strong inland port. The city of Dallas is ranked 14th in the world by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. It’s the only city in the South Central regional area to be recognized by the OECD.

Dallas is Texas' most mythical city, with a past and present rich in the stuff that American legends are made of. The 'Big D' is famous for its contributions to popular culture – notably the Cowboys and their cheerleaders, and Dallas, the TV series that once was a worldwide symbol of the USA. An upscale ethos makes for a vaunted dining and shopping scene, where the more conspicuous your consumption, the better.

  • Estimated Population :1,341,075
  • Foreign born :24.30%
  • Language other than English spoken at home :43.00%
  • High school graduates :75.30%
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher :31.00%
  • Median Household income :$45,215
  • Per Capita income :$29,752
  • Population per sq. mile :3,517
  • White :61.00%,Black or African :24.60%,American Indian :0.30%,Asian :3.30%,Others :10.80%

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Events in Dallas

  • Kid Film Festival
  • Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
  • Dallas Home and Garden Show + Fort Worth Home and Garden Show
  • Fort Worth Bead Market
  • West End’s Mardi Gras Parade
  • Spring Gallery Night
  • Texas Indian Market and Southwest Showcase
  • Russian Festival
  • Denton Arts and Jazz Festival
  • Deep Ellum Arts Festival
  • Air Power Expo
  • Earth Party—Fort Worth
  • Cottonwood Art Festival
  • Taste Addison
  • Texas Scottish Festival and Highland Games
  • Juneteenth Celebration
  • Castle Hills Freedom Festival
  • Shakespeare Festival
  • Taste of Dallas
  • KRLD Restaurant Week
  • Bedford Blues and BBQ
  • Dallas Dance Festival
  • Dallas Blooms Autumn
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Remembrance Ride and Concert
  • Butterfly Flutterby
  • Haunted Orchestra
  • Tom Thumb Texas Stampede
  • Chi Omega Christmas Market
  • Turkey Trot
  • The Trains at NorthPark
  • Dickens of a Christmas
  • Children’s Medical Center Holiday Parade

Business & Education in Dallas

  • The city is home to nine Fortune 500 companies. They are AT&T, Southwest Airlines, HollyFrontier, Texas Instruments, Dean Foods, Tenet Healthcare, Energy Transfer Equity, Energy Future Holdings, and Celanese. Other companies of note headquartered in Dallas include Architecting Innovation, The Beck Group, Borden Milk Products, Briggs Equipment, Brinker International, Chief Oil & Gas, Continental Electronics, Dave & Buster’s, ENSCO International, Fairmount Food Group, FedEx Office, FFE Transportation Gap Broadcasting Group, General Electric Capital, Haggar Clothing, Half Price Books, Hall of Fame Racing, Harwood International, HBK Investments, Hoak Media Corporation, i2 Technologies, InfoCom Corporation,, Matrix Business Technologies, Monitronics, MumboJumbo The Odee Company, PainsCapital Corporation, Reddy Ice, Regus, Rolex, Titanium Metals, Tuesday Morning, and United Surgical Partners International.
  • Colleges: There are public universities located within the city limits: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UT Southwestern), Texas Woman’s University (TWU), University of Texas at Dallas and University of North Texas at Dallas. Private colleges in the city include Paul Quinn College, Dallas Baptist University (DBU), and Criswell College.