Dallas is the ninth largest city in the nation with a diverse population of 1.3 million people.
Dallas-Fort Worth has 25 Fortune 500 companies –the third largest concentration in the nation, behind only New York and Chicago. The region’s economy is fueled by the banking, commerce, energy, healthcare, medical research, telecommunications, and transportation industries, and the average salary is higher than the national average.
We have a presidential library, an international airport, several universities, and outstanding healthcare facilities.
Texas may bring about images of cowboys and cattle, but Dallas has lots of city life with award-winning restaurants, an active club, bar, andlive music scene, and endless luxury shopping opportunities. Dallasites are generous and philanthropic, sharing their time, talent, and treasures to support the many arts organizations, galleries, museums, and scenic community parks and gardens. If your entertainment preference includes fields, courts, or stadiums, we have those, too. Dallas is home to professional football, basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball teams.