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Cowboys Unveil Future Tenants, Rings Of Honor For New Star In Frisco HQ

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 05 / 16

The Cowboys yesterday announced that 20 or so tenants are planned to join the team at its new The Star in Frisco HQ, which "is expected to open" in early '17, according to Valerie Wigglesworth of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Tenants include Frisco-based Next Step Dance, which "trains more than 700 ...

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