CEOLink Welcomes CEOs to DFW and Spotlights South Side

Posted by    |    February 7th, 2013 at 4:34 pm

Imagine this: you’re a CEO who has recently relocated or expanded your business to DFW, and you don’t know a soul. Okay, maybe one soul, but that’s not enough to get you fully plugged in to the corporate scene. You have to start from the ground up, meet well-connected and established CEOs and businessmen and women who have lived there for years and hope to make some connections. That’s what Matthews Southwest CEO Jack Matthews had to do when he relocated from Canada to Dallas in March of 1994.

Then imagine this:  you’re a CEO who has recently relocated or expanded your business to DFW, and you don’t know a soul. So you join CEOLink, a group of DFW private sector leaders and influencers who welcome you into their network of like-minded people. Their mission: to work collectively with those who helped build it and those who will be a part of its ongoing legacy. Sounds a little easier, right?

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K9 for Kids Benefit November 19

Posted by    |    November 17th, 2011 at 6:00 am

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The Diabetes Friendly Foundation is hosting their second annual “K9 for Kids” benefit this November. This year, three families with a child who has been diagnosed with diabetes will be rewarded donations. These donations will go towards purchasing a Diabetes Alert Dog to help aid the child in need. The proceeds from the benefit will go towards training the Diabetes Alert Dogs and provide education about living with diabetes.

What: “K9 For Kids” Benefit hosted by the Diabetes Friendly Foundation

What’s Going On: Live music, silent auctions, cocktails and hor d’euvres, Diabetes Alert Dog sponsorship opportunities

When: 7:30 pm- 12:00 am, Saturday November 19, 2011

Where: Fashion Institute Gallery

1807 Ross Avenue

Dallas, TX 75201

Price:  $75

Click here to purchase tickets and to find out more about the event.

Dallas Farmers Market Announces 17th Annual Hoedown, A Tribute to Mama Ida Papert

Posted by    |    October 18th, 2011 at 6:00 am

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Slip on those cowboy boots because it’s time for the Dallas Farmers Market 17th Annual Hoedown. This year will be unlike the others not only because the Market will be celebrating its 70th anniversary, but it will also be a tribute to the founder of the Farmers Market, Mama Ida Papert, who passed away January 2011.

Texas classic rock band the Lil’ Blue Pills is set to perform along with auctions featuring local art, vacation packages, and more.

The event will take place at Fair Park, Food & Fiber Pavilion (1233 S. Washington Avenue Dallas, TX 75210) on Thursday, November 3.

The annual hoedown is hosted by Dallas Farmers Market Friends.

For more information about the event and ticket purchase click here.

Dallas on the Future of the Downtown Tunnels System

Posted by    |    August 24th, 2011 at 3:31 pm

Earlier this year we released our video on the Downtown Dallas Tunnels System, featuring Jack Gosnell’s narration regarding the past and present of the city’s underground heat-escape. Dallasites spend their work hours indoors and opt for the tunnels system as a means to go out for lunch, keeping their sweat glands in tact, leaving restaurant owners above ground to suffer from the lack of warm bodies roaming the streets. This week, Robert Wilonsky and the Dallas Morning News reported on the city’s future plans for the tunnels system and whether or not they will survive once the Downtown Dallas 360 plan is implemented. A decision has not yet been reached and could be a couple years away. For more information regarding the Downtown Tunnels, view the above video.

Last Night In Downtown Dallas

Posted by    |    July 23rd, 2010 at 4:06 pm

Last night, the crew at You+Dallas was invited to participate in a drive-along with the Dallas Police Department. Thew team had a rather uneventful night crime-wise but still got some good footage. Trust me, our boys in blue are earning their pay.