In our last post, we covered a few great reasons to consider making Dallas your new home. If you missed it, you can see it here: Why Move to Dallas? Part I. We’ve already covered the diversity, the strong economy, and our famous Farmers Market. But there are plenty of aspects we haven’t mentioned, so let’s take a look at a few more.
You know that Dallas is home to big-league sports teams like the Cowboys and the Mavericks. But did you know that it’s also home to the best cheerleaders in the world? The Dallas Cowboys were the first team to introduce cheerleaders, and these cheerleaders keep setting records. Not only do they have their own reality show, but they’ve also entertained more U.S. troops than any other entertainment act over the last 25 years.
Our Woodrow Wilson High School also boasts the distinction of being the only secondary institution to graduate two winners of the Heisman trophy in Davey O’Brien and Tim Browner. Dallas also just happens to be the place where the term “Super Bowl” was coined!
The Arts and Music
If you’re not that into sports, Dallas still has something for you. If you’re looking for art, the Dallas Arts District has the distinction of being the largest urban arts district in the U.S., with performing arts, dance theatre, the world-ranked Dallas Museum of Art, and even a sculpture center. And with its plethora of bars and nightclubs, Deep Ellum is the city’s entertainment district with a very diverse culture.
These are just a few reasons to move to Dallas. The city has a lot more to offer than most people realize, and there’s so much more to discover. Give Dallas a try and you won’t be disappointed; it just might be the right fit for you on your next move.