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The Dallas Stallions

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Jordan Smith

on 29 January 2013

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Dallas,Texas Demographics Population: 1,223,229
Ethnic Backgrounds: 70.9% white
26.8% hispanic Why choose Dallas? Dallas, Texas is the ninth largest city in the United States and the third largest city in Texas. Annually, there are 29.95 million people that visit Dallas. The average maximum climate is 76 degrees Fahrenheit and a minimum of 55 degrees. Works Cited http://www.visitdallas.com/about/stats/ http://www.dafont.com/for-winter.font?text High School Graduate: 23.6%
Some College/No Degree: 21.8%
Bachelor's Degree: 20.5%
Average Household Income: $55,459 Activities & Entertainment The Westin Dallas Park Central Galleria Dallas Dallas DART The Dallas World Aquarium Baylor University Medical Center Interstate 30 Major League Lacrosse Information The average ticket cost is $10 for a Major League game. http://laxdirt.com/in-major-league-lacrosse-expansion-is-the-buzz-word-tom-bovee-gives-you-the-facts-on-what-it-takes-to-expand/ http://inlacrossewetrust.com/mll-2012-attendance-averages/ The attendance to games varies on which team you support. It averages from 1K-10K. Boston leads the attendance average with 9.6K because they are one of the top teams. Bank of America Tower Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Southern Methodist University Communication Systems Dallas Arboretum Trade Character a FIERCE horse standing on it's hind legs looking very intimidating.
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