COWBOYS MOVE TO FRISCO

The Dallas Cowboys headquarters is being moved from Irving to a $115 million development in Frisco.

The NFL franchise have announced a 25-year deal with Frisco and approval to build new multi-use sports facilities, which will be shared with Frisco Independent School District's sports teams, and is expected to open in 2016.

Cowboy executive vice president Stephen Jones said: "Frisco is a city [that] think big and they act bold. They have a vision and they act on it. It gives us great comfort to do business with people who think like this."

The 12,000-seat indoor stadium, along with two outdoor training fields, will be largely funded using city sales tax, with the school district funding part of the construction. This deal ends a four-decade relationship between the Cowboys and Irving.

Posted on 13/08/2013