Dallas, Texas

By Connect Sports Staff, March 11, 2016

DallasDallas has everything to offer your next tournament, championship, meeting or convention. Securing the right facility, hotel block, vendor service and community support is the foundation for a successful sports event. From grassroots initiatives to international competitions and everything in between, Dallas Sports Commission leverages years of experience and relationships to deliver the most competitive proposals, and approaches every event as a partnership. Its mission is to lay the groundwork for a great experience the Dallas Sports Commission team and city can deliver from start to finish.

One of the top sports cities in the country, Dallas is the perfect destination for your sports event or meeting. A three-hour trip from almost anywhere in the country—with more than 1,800 fights to two major airports—it’s easy to make your way here. And when it comes to where you want to stay, there are plenty of options. Dallas has more than 75,000 hotel rooms and, with 16 new hotel projects in the works over the next two years, there’s something for everyone. Dallas also offers a multitude of options in shopping and dining ensuring even the most diverse groups will leave satisfied.

“The facilities, hotels and local transportation in Dallas, coupled with the professionalism of the Dallas Sports Commission staff, make an event held in Dallas a winner before the first whistle is blown!

–Tom Pingel, Senior Director, USA Volleyball

Contact
Ginger Lively Cade, Sales Director, Dallas Sports Commission
214-571-1038
ginger@dallassports.org
dallassports.org

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