Diana Pfaff email@example.com 972-252-7476 or 800-247-8464 IRVING, Texas (Summer 2008) - The 2008-2009 football season will be the last season the Dallas Cowboys play in Irving's historic Texas Stadium. But don't shed any tears for the city. More than $2 billion in development is slated for all sections of the city, and by 2011, Dallas Area Rapid Transit will connect downtown Dallas to the Texas Stadium site and the Las Colinas Urban Center. Below is a brief snapshot of the renaissance underway in Irving, Texas. The City of Irving has…Read More
About Irving, Texas
Location and service. That’s what sets Irving, Texas apart. In the center of the U.S. and the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth, Irving is just minutes from DFW Airport and can be reached non-stop from every major city in North America. Here you'll find luxury, full-service, extended-stay and limited-service accommodations, with something to fit every taste and budget.
City-wide there are more than 200,000 square-feet of meeting space, while the Irving Convention Center brings a column-free exhibit hall, elegant ballrooms, break-out rooms and spacious pre-function areas with views of the Dallas and Las Colinas skyline. Irving is perfect for meetings, but also provides easy access to exceptional entertainment when the sun goes down, including a variety of options for dining and attractions - all just moments away.
Posts From: July 2008
Diana Pfaff firstname.lastname@example.org 972-252-7476 or 800-247-8464 IRVING, TEXAS (July 2008) -- The Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau (ICVB) has named Eric Arthur as convention services and housing manager and Monty White as marketing manager, further strengthening its core team of management professionals. "As our market continues to grow, most notably with the upcoming addition of a convention center, so do our sales, services and marketing efforts," states Maura Allen Gast, executive director of the Irving CVB. "The addition of these two…Read More
Diana Pfaff email@example.com 972-252-7476 or 800-247-8464 IRVING, Texas (July 2008) - The City of Irving recently recognized two Irving residents with the High Spirited Citizen award, given to individuals who have exhibited longtime dedication and service to the community. Bernard Manale, an Irving resident for 26 years, has donated countless hours of service to numerous organizations throughout the city. During the past five tax seasons, Manale has facilitated the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistants (VITA) Program, training and…Read More