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Together, We Champion Economic and Community Prosperity.

We don’t just provide care.

We DO Care.

As the only hospital in DFW specializing in orthopedic and spine disorders, we care about the health of our patients. We don’t stop there, we care about the entire community through our support of programs benefiting all walks of life. That’s a message from the heart, from us to you.

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FINANCIAL INTEREST DISCLOSURE Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington is a hospital in which physicians have an ownership or an investment interest. The list of physician owners or investors is available upon request. We are fully licensed by the state of Texas and Medicare certified. Our facility is also accredited by The Joint Commission. We are an affiliate of United Surgical Partners International, and partnered with local physicians. Physicians are members of the medical staff and are neither employees nor agents of Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington, United Surgical Partners International, Baylor Scott & White Health, or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates. Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.







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Introduction ................................................................................................ 4 Letter from the Chairman of the Board .................................................. 6


Chamber Staff ............................................................................................. 8 Letter from the President ........................................................................ 10 President’s Leadership Council .............................................................. 12 Corporate Leadership Council .............................................................. 13 Officers & Board of Directors ................................................................ 14 Arlington Chamber Foundation ............................................................ 15


America’s Dream City ............................................................................. 16 Fast Facts ................................................................................................... 18 Industry Segments ................................................................................... 20 10 Solid Reasons to do business in Arlington ...................................... 22 Pantego’s Partnership .............................................................................. 24 Dalworthington Gardens Strategic Vision ........................................... 25 Business & Community .......................................................................... 26 Public Policy ............................................................................................. 27 Education and Workforce Development ............................................... 28 Business Development ............................................................................. 30


Arlington: Alive with the Amercian Dream ......................................... 32 Real Estate and Relocation .................................................................... 32 Retirement ................................................................................................. 37 Worship ..................................................................................................... 38 Education .................................................................................................. 39 Health Care ............................................................................................... 44 Entertainment ........................................................................................... 48 Arts & Culture .......................................................................................... 54 Parks & Recreation ................................................................................... 57 Government .............................................................................................. 58


Directory Listing .................................................................................... 60 While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, Inc., and its affiliates assume no liability for its errors or omissions.


An official publication of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce 505 E. Border St., Arlington, Texas 76010 Phone: 817-275-2613 • Fax 817-261-7389 Judy Rupay Advertising Director Francisco Cuevas, Yale Youngblood Designers Printed by Arlington Today Magazine Southern Flair Photography Support Copyright 2018-2019 by Arlington Chamber of Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication can be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without permission from the Chamber.


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Ace Amusements ........................................................... 56 Active Family Wellness Center ..................................... 29 Affiliated Bank ................................................................ 34 Al Clark - State Farm ...................................................... 16 Alley Cats ........................................................................ 49 Arlington Highlands ....................................... Back Cover Arlington ISD .................................................................. 33 Baylor Orthopedic & Spine Hospital ........................ Inside Front Cover, 47 Beth Kelly ........................................................................ 36 Brookdale Senior Living Center ................................... 51 Callaway Financial Services .......................................... 34 Champions Park ............................................................. 23 Con-Real ......................................................................... 53 Coy E. Garrett & Associates .......................................... 43 Dallas Cowboys ................................... Inside Back Cover Dalworthington Gardens .............................................. 29 Digital Corporate ........................................................... 24 First Rate ......................................................................... 49 Frost Bank ....................................................................... 36 General Motors .............................................................. 35 H.E. Cannon Floral Co. .................................................. 16 Harris Cook Law, L.L.P. .................................................. 56 J. Wales Construction .................................................. 34 Kleiber & Associates ...................................................... 56 Kos/Danchak .................................................................. 17 Mycoskie+Mcinnis+Associates .................................... 43 North Texas Tollway (NTTA) .......................................... 51 Office of Economic Development ............................... 21 Peyco Southwest Realty, Inc. ......................................... 33 Pope, Hardwicke, Christie, Schell, Kelly & Ray, L.L.P. ...... 8 Sheraton Arlington ........................................................ 16 Six Flags/Hurricane Harbor ............................................ 9 Southern Flair Photography ......................................... 35 Tarrant County College - SE Campus .......................... 41 Texas Health Resources ................................................... 5 Texas Live! ....................................................................... 11 Texas Rangers ................................................................... 7 True North Insurance ..................................................... 29 University of Texas at Arlington ...................................... 1 Visiting Angels ................................................................ 23


WELCOME TO THE ARLINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE KEY PRIORITIES #1 | GROW OUR MEMBER’S BUSINESS   The Arlington Chamber of Commerce provides quality, effective products, services

INTRODUCTION    The Arlington Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1945, is the city’s oldest and largest business organization and one of the largest business entities in the region. The Chamber works with both public- and private-sector strategic partners to identify trends and address challenges that will positively affect the future of the Greater Arlington area.    The Arlington Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and staff want to thank you for your interest in our organization. We are a membership-driven organization of more than 1,100 members committed to serving the business community in the Greater Arlington area. The Chamber provides numerous opportunities for you to engage with the business community. We encourage you to participate in Chamber programs, initiatives and events that can deliver value to you, your business and your community.


Together, We Champion Economic and Community Prosperity    During FY 2017, our Board of Directors adopted a new mission statement for the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. The new mission captures the robust, thriving spirit found throughout our community and establishes a unique position for the Chamber’s focus. The energy found in our community is widely acknowledged, even to the point Money Magazine recognized Arlington, Texas, as the “Best Big City in the South,” and by mid-2017 Arlington had $1.55 billion worth of deals done leading to the top spot on the Dallas Business Journal’s latest list of North Texas economic development.    The Chamber appreciates the opportunity to contribute to the economic and community vitality as we build upon being “The American Dream City.”

and benefits. Our expanding resources enable members to gain access to people, to businesses, to information, to the community and to capital. The Chamber offers a minimum of 12 monthly networking functions ranging in size from 15 to 110+ members in attendance. Including Networking Lead’s Groups, Ribbon Cuttings, Business Over Breakfast, After Hours and other events, these weekly or monthly meetings are all encountering greater member participation and business-building benefits.    Annually, the Chamber hosts 12 major events, where businesses large and small can interact on topics of importance to our community. The States of the County, City and District each attract close to 400 guests. The Small Business Luncheon honors our Small Business of the Year recipients. The Women’s Alliance Inspired Women Luncheon honors our Hero and Rising Star recipients, along with awarding UTA and TCC students with well-deserved scholarships. We are proud to host the uplifting, Mayor’s Annual Community Prayer Breakfast. In 2017, we added a new event to our portfolio in partnership with the Texas Rangers – Legends & Leaders. And our largest annual event is our Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner. Including Networking lead’s Groups, Ribbon Cuttings, Business Over Breakfast, After Hours and other events, these weekly or monthly events are encountering record attendance (exceeding 4,000 annually) and providing business-building benefits.

#2 | FOSTER ECONOMIC PROSPERITY   Economic prosperity depends on a vibrant business climate. The Arlington Chamber

is working to ensure a favorable environment in which all businesses, small and large, can grow and prosper. The Chamber supports the initiatives of our community that hold the greatest promise for success. Based upon a comprehensive strategic analysis, the following targeted industries have been identified by our Mayor and City Council as the primary focus in furthering local economic development efforts:   • Aerospace   • Automotive    • Professional and Business Services    • Medical Devices    • Industrial Machinery

#3 | VOICE OF BUSINESS   The Arlington Chamber of Commerce strives to provide a strong representative voice

for our business community on important local, regional, state and federal issues. The Chamber, working through its Public Policy Advisory Council, determines the most relevant issues for member companies, identifies research to understand them, educates the membership, advises the Board of Directors and advocates on behalf of the business community on those issues. Working together our business voice can be heard!


   The Arlington Chamber of Commerce brings together our member talent and resources to support initiatives that make a positive impact in our community today and in the future. Working in concert with business and education, the Chamber works to ensure a highly trained, qualified and educated workforce. In partnership with our business membership, the cities we serve and our education partners (multiple school districts, UT Arlington, Tarrant County College, Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County and other education partners), we develop the future through education and workforce development.


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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Dear Fellow Chamber Members:


hank you for the opportunity to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors of our Chamber during the upcoming year. Along with the Board and our Chamber staff, I look forward to a busy and productive year. There is so much activity and energy emanating from the Chamber it feels like you can reach out and touch it.    Our recent membership drive was amazingly successful, thanks to all of our many Chamber members who devoted significant amounts of their time, effort and energy. Our finances are in good shape. With all of the economic growth going on in our City, it is our goal as a Chamber to continue this momentum and to make sure all Chamber members have an opportunity to benefit. One has only to look out the window at the construction cranes at UTA, downtown and the entertainment district to know that these are extraordinary times.   As a result of the City of Arlington’s leadership, the Dallas Business Journal ranked Arlington as the number one city for economic development in the North Texas Region. The City is doing a wonderful job of encouraging and assisting economic projects in Arlington. The Chamber and the City have worked well together over the past 18 months to help create an environment that supports economic prosperity. That said, it is my goal this year to improve and expand our efforts to support the needs of the business community.    There is a wealth of talent in our staff and in our membership who have had extensive experience expanding their existing businesses and bringing new businesses to town. Our membership consists of former members of the City Council, Planning and Zoning Commission and numerous other boards and commissions here in our Region. I believe it is incumbent upon the Chamber leadership to help all of our members navigate the issues which they encounter when attempting to expand their business in order to take advantage of the unprecedented economic growth we are experiencing. I want to do what I can to assist our members in their desire to turn their small business into a mid-size business and their mid-size businesses into large businesses.    Arlington was built on, and continues to be, the home of many small to mid-size businesses. I believe that we as a Chamber are in a unique position to support the needs of our members as they search resources, position, mobilize and grow their companies.    During my year as Chair, I would very much like to embrace the Chamber’s Mission which is “Together, we champion economic and community prosperity.” If I, along with staff, assist our members and help small to mid-size businesses interact with government in order to further and advance the wonderful economic opportunities that are currently occurring in our city and region, then I will believe we have had a successful year.    I look forward to working with all of you on this Mission.

Larry Fowler Chairman of the Board


WITH ALL of the economic growth going on in our City, it is our goal as a Chamber to continue this momentum and to make sure all Chamber members have an opportunity to benefit.



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ogether, we champion economic and community prosperity is the mission of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. As President and CEO, I get to witness the power of that mission each and every day. You might ask what is a mission statement and why does it matter? A simple definition of a mission statement is it describes the organization’s purpose for being – who we are, whom we serve, how we operate and our commitment. A mission statement drives the action of the organization under an understood and common purpose.    We have had tremendous success over the past two years resulting in a revitalized and energized Chamber of Commerce. I could not be more pleased with the growth of our membership and our revenue, which are both over 20% in the last year. While increased revenue and the growth in the number of members is a terrific result, it merely reflects that we dialed-in on the right mission and we are executing.    I want to focus on one word of our mission statement, because I think it is the essence of who we are, and that word is together. The dictionary defines together as: by combined action, in agreement or harmony, and a unified or coherent structure. At the Arlington Chamber of Commerce all of those definitions work to describe who we are. We support each other, care for each other, invest in each other and celebrate each other. We have no doubt that individual success will be achieved, but we believe that individual success is best achieved by investing in each other.    You may ask how we “champion” economic and community prosperity. We bring our mission to life through four pillars: 1) Grow our members’ business through networking, professional development, and access to information, people and capital. 2) Foster an environment that supports economic growth. 3) Amplify the voice of business on matters of importance. 4) Develop the future of our community through education and workforce development.    If you are a current member of the Chamber let me offer my sincere gratitude for the investment of your time, talents and treasure. All the success of the Chamber is your success, and I appreciate you.    If you are not a member, please do consider joining us. It is the best investment in the success of your company that you can make. We will provide you with an opportunity to market your company through Leads Groups, networking and a Member Marketplace. Professional development seminars are provided throughout the year. You can participate in regular events like Business Over Breakfast and Chamber After Hours and attend signature events like the Mayor’s Community Prayer Breakfast, the Inspired Women’s Luncheon and our Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony. Your voice will be added to our advocacy agenda. And last, but not least, you can help in our efforts to create a workforce development pipeline to ensure a bright future for our businesses and our community.    Join us; let’s create a bright future, together.

Michael Jacobson President & CEO


WHILE increased revenue and the growth in the number of members is a terrific result, it merely reflects that we dialed-in on the right mission and we are executing.


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CHAMBER VALUED SUPPORT PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP COUNCIL Airbus Helicopters American Airlines Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau Arlington Highlands Arlington Independent School District Atmos Energy Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at  Arlington Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc. BMW of Arlington City of Arlington Dallas Cowboys Football Club Digital Corporate Companies Inc Endeavor Wall Homes, LLC Frost Bank General Motors Arlington Assembly Plant Integrated Manufacturing and Assembly Jim Ross Law Group, P.C. JPMorgan Chase Bank

KWA Construction L3 Technologies, Link Simulation & Training Lear Corporation Medical City Arlington Mercury Chophouse - Arlington Moritz Interests Ltd. Oncor Electric Delivery Pantego EDC / Town of Pantego Six Flags Over Texas/Hurricane Harbor Southwest Bank Spring Creek Companies Stripe-A-Zone Texas Health Arlington Memorial Texas Health Resources Texas Rangers Baseball The University of Texas at Arlington Viridian Holdings LP Wade Family Funeral Home Wells Fargo - Ft. Worth


  The PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (PLC) is composed of our region’s top business and industry leaders who invest $12,000 to $100,000 annually. The financial support of our top investors makes it possible for the Chamber to serve all of our members in the pursuit of our mission, “Together, We Champion Economic and Community Prosperity.”    For this commitment to the Greater Arlington community, a PLC member receives specific benefits, including high-level interaction and networking with leaders within the Chamber, as well as government (local, state and national), education and community leaders.    A PLC member also receives exclusive recognition. PLC investors are featured in our annual printed and online directory, at our Chamber’s Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner (program and slides), and our new website will rotate PLC member logos.



   Members who invest $3,000 or more annually in the Chamber are members of the CORPORATE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL. Small Businesses (companies who certify they have 15 or fewer employees and less than $1 million in annual revenue) are eligible for Corporate Investor benefits for a $1,200 annual investment.    Corporate Investors are entitled to a host of additional member benefits in recognition of their commitment to our region’s economic growth and development, and their increased level of investment.

CORPORATE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL 360 West Magazine 3Di Sign + Design Ace Amusements Active Family Wellness Center Affiliated Bank Aflac-Carolyn Pope Al Clark State Farm Insurance and Financial Services Arlington Board of Realtors Arlington Professional /   Firefighter Arlington Today AT&T B2B CFO Bank of America Baylor Scott & White Convenience Care Blanco IT Consulting BrandEra Inc Brightwood College Brookdale Senior Living Bry Acker Agency-Farmers Insurance Buffalo Wild Wings Byrne Construction Services Cadmus Dental Caliber Home Loans - Richard Schafer Callaway Financial Services Inc. Cantey Hanger, L.L.P. CBRE Century 21 – Cathy Alexander CHS Architects, Inc. Cimarron Window and Door City of Dalworthington Gardens Clear Sight LED Lighting Coble-Cravens Financial Services, Inc. Coca-Cola Refreshments Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors College of Business, UTA Curnutt & Hafer, L.L.P. D.R. Horton Dallas Wings Basketball Dan Dipert Coaches Dave & Buster’s David DeVries Associates, Inc. DFW International Airport dlb Consultants Dodson Management, Inc. Duncan Roofing Concepts

Dynamic Systems, Inc. E&S Gun Safety Training, LLC Ebby Halliday - Nicky Austin Ebby Halliday - Suzanne McCabe Edward Jones - Jack Webb Financial Advisor EFC Advisors, LLC Ennova Learning Solutions First Rate, Inc. First Texas Insurance Services, LC Freese and Nichols, Inc. Friends of the Levitt Pavilion Galactic Performance Solutions General Assembly Graham Associates, Inc. Greenway Investment Company Greenwood Funeral Homes Cremation Arlington Chapel Hartman Income REIT Skymark Tower Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD Hyatt Place Dallas / Arlington Imagetek Office Systems Insperity J. Wales Construction, LCL J. Gilligan’s Bar & Grill Jack Loteryman CPA PC John Wright Associates Inc. Kleiman Evangelista Eye Center LBL Architects, Inc. Lee Engineering Legacy Financial, Inc. Legal Draft Beer Co. Linda Magazzine Group Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, L.L.P. Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control Logotricity LouAnn & Mike O’Donnell Luke Investments Mahrouq Enterprises International Mansfield ISD Melvin Legal, PLLC Merrill Financial Group

Michelle Savage Deuell, J.D. MIINC Mechanical Contractors Mr. Handyman of Arlington & NW Mansfield Mutual of Omaha Bank Mycoskie McInnis Associates Inc. New Age Commerce Newcastle Manufacturing Overture Highlands Parks Huffman McVay Shepard & Wells PeopleResults Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott Peter Scott Peyco Southwest Realty, Inc. Philip Szurek Farmers Insurance Agency Pierson Behr, Attorneys PM Realty Group-Kurt Cherry Point 2 Point Global Security Pope, Hardwicke, Christie, Schell, Kelly & Taplett, L.L.P. Power BAR Women’s Fitness Primera Companies, Inc. Priority Power Management Prosperity Bank Arlington PSK LLP Rapid Power Management, LLC RE: Security Solutions Reliant, an NRG company Rental Stop Republic Services Riverside Golf Club Rolling Hills Country Club RP Anvil, LP RTP Promotional Products Rumco Properties, LLC RUSH Human Resources, LLC RWM Investments Schrickel, Rollins & Associates, Inc. SciLife Biosciences, LLC Serna & Company, P.C. Service Pros Auto Center Shady Valley Country Club Shelton Enterprise, Inc. Southern Flair Photography Southside Bank Spectrum Star-Telegram State Representative Tony Tinderholt

Stephen Zimmer Studio 6 Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery & Boutique Sundt Construction, Inc. Sutton Frost Cary LLP Tarrant County College District Tarrant Small Business Development Center TCU Neeley School of Business Texas Capital Bank Texas Economic Development Office Texas Health Aetna Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington, LLC Texas Tech University System Texas Trust Credit Union The Cordish Companies The Holman Group, RE/MAX Pinnacle Group Realtors The Kroger Co. The Oakridge School The Pinnacle Corporation The Sanford House The Sheraton Arlington Hotel The Stoglin Group The Tappe Group Thomas J. Clayton, D.D.S. TomBoy Supply TPx Communications Transparent Energy TrueNorth Insurance and Financial Services TXU Energy United States Bowling Congress Urban Alchemy Coffee & Wine Bar USMD Hospital at Arlington Virden, Chapman & Virden, PLLC Viridian Community Association Woodlee Consulting, LLC Worthington National Bank Youth Entrepreneurs



CHAIR Larry Fowler Pope, Harwicke, Christie Schell, Kelly & Ray, L.L.P.

CHAIR-ELECT Carl Cravens Southwest Bank

2ND CHAIR-ELECT Don Duke Coble-Cravens Financial Services, Inc.

IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR Robert Kembel Viridian Holdings, LP

SECRETARY/TREASURER Kellie Fischer Texas Rangers Baseball

PRESIDENT & CEO Michael Jacobson Arlington Chamber of Commerce

John Avila, Jr. Byrne Construction Services

Chad Bates Legacy Financial, Inc.

Mark Bringhurst Oncor Electric Delivery

Kelly Curnutt Curnutt & Hafer, L.L.P

Patti Diou Friends of the Levitt Pavilion

Linda Dipert Dan Dipert Coaches

Terry Gaines First Rate, Inc.

Mike Gerro Frost Bank

Richard Greene Arlington Today Magazine

Mojy Haddad CHS Architects, Inc.

Dr. Vistasp M. Karbhari The University of Texas at Arlington

Blake Kretz Texas Health Arlington Memorial

Jim Maibach, C.P.M. Peyco Southwest Realty, Inc.

Steve Martindale Six Flags Over Texas/ Hurricane Harbor

Cliff Mycoskie Mycoskie McInnis Associates

David Tesmer Texas Health Resources

Joni Wilson Affiliated Bank



Chuck Allen, American Airlines Nicky Austin, Ebby Halliday John Avila, Jr., Byrne Construction Services Chad Bates, Legacy Financial, Inc. Allan Beck, Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington Adrian Boyer, Integrated Manufacturing and Assembly (Lear Corporation) Mark Bringhurst, Oncor Electric Delivery Eddie Broussard, Texas Capital Bank Chris Carroll, Spring Creek Companies Marcelo Cavazos, Arlington ISD Kurt Cherry, PM Realty Group-Kurt Cherry Michael Coleman, BMW of Arlington Ben Coogan, Medical City Arlington Bill Coppola, Tarrant County College Southeast Campus Carl Cravens, Southwest Bank Kelly Curnutt, Curnutt & Hafer, L.L.P. Bryan David, Cantey Hanger, L.L.P. Jeannie Deakyne, TCU Neeley School of Business Patti Diou, Friends of the Levitt Pavilion Linda Dipert, Dan Dipert Coaches Don Duke, Coble-Cravens Financial Services, Inc. Kellie Fischer, Texas Rangers Baseball Larry L. Fowler, Jr., Pope, Hardwicke, Christie, Schell, Kelly & Taplett, L.L.P.

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Katie Carlson, Frost Bank, Women’s Alliance Chair Doug Davis, Mayor of Pantego Kimberly Fitzpatrick, Mayor of Dalworthington Gardens Aldo Fritz, Downtown Arlington Michael Glaspie, City of Arlington Larry Johnson, Arlington Board of Realtors Grace McDermott, Asian Chamber US Pan Asian Chamber Southwest

Paul Fulks, 3Di Sign & Design Terry Gaines, First Rate, Inc. Leonard Genna, L3 Technologies, Link Simulation & Training Mike Gerro, Frost Bank Kenyon Godwin, Active Family Wellness Center Richard Greene, Arlington Today Mojy Haddad, CHS Architects, Inc. David Harvey, Arlington Highlands John Hickman, Dallas Cowboys Football Club Michael Jacobson, Arlington Chamber of Commerce Michael Jarrett, Worthington National Bank Nanci Johnson-Plump, CBRE Vistasp M. Karbhari, The University of Texas at Arlington Clay Kelley, RUSH Human Resources, LLC Robert Kembel, Viridian Holdings LP Kevin Krajewski, Transparent Electricity Quotes Blake Kretz, Texas Health Arlington Memorial Valerie Landry, The Sanford House Dwayne Lee, Southern Flair Photography Glenn Lewis, Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, L.L.P.

Stan Lynch, Freese and Nichols, Inc. Sam Mahrouq, Mahrouq Enterprises International Jim Maibach, C.P.M., Peyco Southwest Realty, Inc. Fred Maldonado, AT&T Steve Martindale, Six Flags Over Texas/ Hurricane Harbor Tom McCarty, LBL Architects, Inc. Sarah Merrill Young, LUTCF, CBC, Merrill Financial Group Jim Minge, Texas Trust Credit Union Cliff Mycoskie, Mycoskie McInnis Associates Inc. Beth Owens, BrandEra Inc Tony Pompa, General Assembly Bryan Roberts, TrueNorth Insurance and Financial Services Judy Rupay, Arlington Today David Sargent, Stripe-A-Zone David Staples, Lear Corporation David Tesmer, Texas Health Resources Ken Thurmond, Primera Companies, Inc. Patrick Tyler, Cimarron Window and Door Amy Wade, Wade Family Funeral Home Joni Wilson, Affiliated Bank

Judy McDonald, Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County Andy Nguyen, Tarrant County Commissioner, Precinct 2 Yen Nguyen, Tarrant County Asian American Chamber of Commerce April Pettit, Junior League of Arlington Ron Price, Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau Aaron Reich, Arlington ISD

James D. Spaniolo, North Texas Commission Jeff Williams, City of Arlington Kris Wood, The University of Texas at Arlington Athletics, Arlington Chamber Young Professionals Chair Trey Yelverton, City of Arlington Amber Zuckerman, Leadership Arlington

CHAMBER FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Thomas Clayton, Thomas J Clayton, DDS Kelly Davis, The University of Texas at Arlington Autumn Dipert Brown, Dan Dipert Coaches/Tours Don Duke, Coble-Cravens Financial Services, Inc.

Terry Gaines, First Rate, Inc. Jerry Hoodenpyle, Individual Member Michael Jacobson, Arlington Chamber of Commerce Robert Mahoney, RWM Investments Steve McCollum, Ace Amusements Mary Jean Moloney, AFLAC

Faye Reeder, Fort Worth Star-Telegram Randal Rose, JPMorgan Chase Bank Dan Taaffe, Frost Bank Steve Zimmer, Accenture (Retired)






rlington, Texas, “America’s Dream City,” is the perfect place to live, work, play and do business. A thriving and growing community of more than 375,000, it is the third largest city in North Texas and one of the 50 largest cities in the United States.    The Chamber of Commerce works hand-in-hand with area businesses and economic leaders to provide a strong resource base that creates an environment that allows for industry growth. This resource base includes a well-trained workforce, access to capital, a solid infrastructure, favorable public policy and support for development of technology. In addition, the Chamber works closely with the University of Texas at Arlington, Tarrant County College, the Arlington Independent School District, Workforce Solutions and other education partners on initiatives to build a workforce that supports local businesses.    The City of Arlington’s Office of Economic Development (OED) provides directed assistance, guidance and critical information to current and prospective business partners. A cohesive economic development strategy for Arlington includes the existing industry base; regional resources and assets; economic trends; and the City of Arlington’s priorities, values and visions.    These pieces combine to build a clear roadmap to specific opportunities that hold the greatest potential for success. Therefore, the city’s overall economic development strategy focuses on five core target industries:   • Aerospace   • Automotive    • Industrial Machinery    • Medical Devices    • Professional & Business Services

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Manufacturing/Warehouse/ Industrial 5% Institutional 8% Entertainment/Recreational 3%

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Mining, Loggingand Mining, Logging, & Construction Construction Government Government

Commercial/Retail 6% Business/Commercial 0%

OtherServices Services Other

Jobs (x1,000)

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Trade, Transportation & Utilities


Information Financial Activities Professional & Business Services

80.8 293.8 628

Education & Health Services


Leisure & Hospitality


Other Services




Vacant-Undevelopable 3%

Vacant-Developable 12%

Source: City of Arlington, Community Development Planning 2017

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dallas-FortWorth-Arlington Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Division Source: Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dallas-Fort Metropolitan Division


Amusement, Fixed Recreation 0%

Transportation/Utility/ Communications 5%


Land Use Category Amusement, Fixed Business/Commercial Commercial/Retail Entertainment/Recreational Institutional Manufacturing/Warehouse/Industrial Mixed-Use Multi-Family Office Park/Open Single Family Transportation/Utility/Communications Vacant-Developable Vacant-Undevelopable


Area (Acres) 6.4 0.4 3,243.6 1,429.7 4,160.2 2,767.1 3.2 2,278.8 1,045.3 3,921.3 22,048.4 2,496.7 5,946.3 1,340.1
































50,000 0






Source: City of Arlington Community Development Planning


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DEW POINT Avg. Avg. High Low

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Sources: U.S. Climate Data; Arlington, TX & National Weather Service & Weather Spark; Arlington, TX Forecast; Weather Underground





Single Family





Multi Family





Source: City of Arlington Community Development & Planning





n Industry Cluster is a collection of businesses and industries in a geographic region that are interconnected by the resources they utilize to operate successfully. Arlington’s future economic growth is primarily driven by five clusters as defined by the City’s strategic plan.

AEROSPACE    The American Dream City is quickly becoming a regional center for aerospace research and development. Arlington enjoys strategic positioning within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, which is home to the state’s largest concentration of aerospace manufacturing workers, one of the country’s largest airports, headquarters of American and Southwest Airlines, and regional operations of leading aerospace companies including Airbus, Lockheed Martin, Bell Helicopter, Raytheon, and Boeing.    UT Arlington’s Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department conducts leading-edge research in aerodynamics and detonation engines; alternative fuels; wireless sensors; rotorcraft; unmanned air vehicles; and thermo-mechanical characterization of very high temperature materials and advanced composites. In addition, the UT Arlington Research Institute (UTARI) conducts research and facilitates early-stage product development in advanced manufacturing and robotics.    Served by Union Pacific Railroad, Arlington is located directly to the east of Southern California ports, making it well positioned to support movement of aerospace products and services to high-growth markets in Asia.

AUTOMOTIVE    A capable and highly skilled workforce and a reliable utility network make Arlington attractive to manufacturing companies. A testament of Arlington’s mature manufacturing industry is General Motors Assembly Plant, which encompasses 4.375 million square feet and has been the city’s largest private employer for well over 50 years. The plant was Texas’ first auto assembly facility when it opened in 1954, and is the only GM facility in the world to produce and export GM’s portfolio of full-size sport utility vehicles. Arlington’s skilled workforce is ready for future automotive developments.

INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY    Because of its strategic location in the middle of one of the country’s largest metropolitan areas, with access to multimodal

Photo: General Motors Arlington


Photo: Arlington Today

services via air, rail, and highway, Arlington is well positioned to serve both the inbound and outbound supply chains for this industry. Products stored in Arlington not only enter the local market, but can also reach 98 percent of the U.S. population within 48 hours by truck or be easily shipped worldwide. Auto parts, food stuffs, furniture, hardware, household goods, and office supplies are just a few examples of the types of goods transported in and out of Arlington every day.    Recognizing the importance of this growing industry, University of Texas-Arlington School of Engineering’s Department of Industrial, Manufacturing, & Systems Engineering offers undergraduate, masters, and doctorate programs to support local industrial manufacturing.

MEDICAL DEVICES    Texas is one of the top 10 states in the United States for medical device workers and is home to over 800 firms. Arlington’s strategic positioning in the state makes it an ideal location for medical device manufacturing and distribution.    Arlington’s well educated workforce and quality of life are also attractive to health care and life science companies. Many of Arlington’s health care providers have unique capabilities, and many are pioneers in state-of-the-art medical techniques.


Arlington’s educational resources are particularly aligned to support the industry. The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing is home to a “Smart Hospital” – one of the first in the nation – and offers degrees in nursing, from bachelor’s to doctorate. Tarrant County College also offers an associate degree in nursing.

PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS SERVICES    Companies in the professional and business services cluster are unique, entrepreneur-oriented enterprises critical to Arlington’s growth. Arlington’s central location in North Texas allows these companies to access customers through the entire region and draw upon a large civilian labor force of over 3.4 million. Arlington provides businesses with unrivaled transportation access, being home to the Arlington Municipal Airport and just minutes away from DFW International Airport.

sharing a common vision to make the city a great place for all. Currently, the Chamber works in partnership with the City of Arlington, Tarrant County, our Convention and Visitors Bureau, Downtown Arlington Management Corporation, UT Arlington, Tarrant County College, Arlington Independent School District, Mansfield ISD, Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County, our ethnic chambers, community based organizations (Leadership Arlington and the Junior League), and our neighboring communities; all play a vital role in the future success of Arlington.

PARTNERSHIPS    The Arlington Chamber of Commerce realizes the city’s economic and community prosperity is contingent on the business community working through strategic partnerships,





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» The National Football League announced the 83rd NFL Draft will take place at Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium in Arlington from April 26 to April 28 » Arlington ranked No. 1 in the Dallas Business Journal’s economic development deals list, with $1.55 billion in business deals done » UPS selected Arlington to build a regional hub, a move that will bring an estimated 1,400 full-time jobs » Summit Racing Equipment opened its $82 million warehouse facility, retail super store and customer support center in Arlington » The City of Arlington and the Texas Rangers broke ground on the $1.1 billion Globe Life Field project office of economic development | | 817.459.6155 ARLNGTONTX.COM | ARLINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2018 21


The City of Arlington’s Office of Economic Development has identified 10 SOLID REASONS for Business in Arlington 1. Strategic Location With short travel times, Arlington’s proximity to other major metropolitan areas make it a central hub for doing business both domestically and internationally. Its central, metropolitan location is, as the crow flies, just 16 miles west of downtown Dallas, 16 miles east of downtown Fort Worth and eight miles south of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

2. Intermodal Transportation Network The 360-acre Dallas Intermodal Terminal (DIT) is located just 12 miles south of downtown Dallas and is designed to support the growing intermodal volume in the region. Positioned eight miles from DFW Airport, and with Union Pacific’s main transcontinental route running through the heart of Arlington, the central location provides quick access to the five fastest-growing counties in Texas and the fastest-growing state in the nation. 3. Money Saving on Wages and Cost of Doing Business Our rates are considerably lower and less expensive than some cities in other major states like New York, California, Illinois, Massachusetts and New Jersey. 4. Investment Incentives Incentives can be offered to meet the needs of potential clients or investors that meet the qualifying criteria with strong support of the local community and government.   • Tax Abatements through the City of Arlington may be granted for eligible facilities on all or a portion of the increased taxable value of real and/or personal property over the Base Year Value. Projects may be eligible for up to 90 percent abatement on real or personal property, but not both (unless negotiated), for a period of 10 years.   • Arlington has Triple Freeport, the exemption of Freeport property from taxation by all three taxing jurisdictions The City of Arlington, Tarrant County and the Arlington Independent School District - for inventory leaving the state within 175 days. The exemption covers goods that are detained in the state for purposes of assembling, storing, manufacturing, processing, or fabricating by the person who acquired or imported the property.   • Enterprise Zones are economically distressed geographic areas that have been targeted for business development. Assistance is provided through financial incentives offered both by the State of Texas and the city in which the zone is located. State Incentives are directed toward encouraging businesses to

locate and expand in an enterprise zone, primarily by offering reductions in sales and franchise taxes to businesses that meet certain requirements.   • Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Districts reimburse private developers for public infrastructure improvements that may contribute to a financial gap on a specific project. The reimbursement is funded by the added taxes generated by the new development that occurs within the boundaries of the district or zone. The City of Arlington currently has four TIF districts: Downtown Arlington, Arlington Highlands, the Entertainment District, and Viridian. 5. Largest Master-Planned Industrial Park in the Country The Great Southwest (GSW) Industrial Park includes more than 23 million square feet of industrial and warehouse space that renowned companies such as General Motors, Pepsi, and 2,200 other companies use. 6. Skilled Workforce Through local partnerships with Workforce Solutions, UT Arlington, Tarrant County College-SE, the Chamber’s Education & Workforce Development and the state’s Workforce Commission, Arlington boasts one of the most skilled labor forces in the country and is supported in every facet of workforce development. The workforce is large, well-educated, and diverse, and more than half of the city’s population is between the ages of 18 and 44. The larger metropolitan region is the largest metro area in Texas and the fourth-largest in the United States. The Metroplex provides a skilled workforce of more than 1.2 million individuals. The unemployment rate remains below the national average. 7. Strong Community and Government Support A number of programs have been created to support the development and redevelopment of the area. These can be utilized to assist and support profitability, sustainability and future growth ability of your business. 8. Accessibility Arlington’s fully integrated transportation network provides access to Texas, the Nation and markets around the globe.    Just minutes from Arlington, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), the fourth-busiest airport in the world, serves more than 60 million passengers each year. With state-of theart terminal and extensive network, every major city in the


continental United States can be accessed within just four hours. DFW also provides convenient shipping access to Canada, Mexico, and South America, and nearly 65 percent of all international cargo in Texas is handled at this facility.   The Arlington Municipal Airport is a full-service general aviation “reliever” airport located just six miles from AT&T Stadium and Arlington’s thriving entertainment district. Positioned adjacent to Interstate 20, the airport provides a safe and convenient alternative for corporate, charter, cargo, recreational and flight training operations. Runway 16/34 is 6,080 feet by 100 feet wide, with medium intensity lighting either two parallel taxiways. The last portion of the Instrument Landing System on runway 34 was recently completed, and the airport has Air Traffic Control provided through the FAA’s Contract Tower Program. The airport has 14-based businesses, including Bell Helicopter and Van Bortel Aircraft, the world’s largest Cessna dealer.. The airport Terminal Building, completed in 2010, houses airport operations and eight businesses.    Arlington’s highway and transportation network is served by two interstate highways, I-20 and I-30. Other limitedaccess freeways include state highway 360 and U.S. highway 287, making anywhere in the metroplex accessible within a 30-minute drive.   Union Pacific Railroad, the largest railroad network in the United States, operates the main transcontinental route through Arlington.

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9. Great Quality of Life Arlington’s quality of life is second to none, with a low cost of living, affordable housing, 4,600 acres of parkland, and entertainment venues for everyone. They say everything is bigger in Texas, and that adage definitely applies to Arlington. An entertainment destination for some 14 million visitors a year, North Texas is home to many exciting, familyfriendly attraction, including Globe Life Park in Arlington (Home to the American League Texas Rangers), AT&T Stadium (Home to the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys), Six Flags over Texas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, and the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame. Arlington is also home to Theater Arlington, Arlington Music Hall, and the popular outdoor live music venue Levitt Pavilion. In addition, the community offers top-notch shopping, lodging, and dining venues.


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This sums it all up: Arlington wants and welcomes your business.





he Town of Pantego is committed to being a businessfriendly community, which leverages its location within the greater Arlington area to the benefit of the roughly 400 brick-and-mortar businesses located there. It does this through exposure to the surrounding areas, with the idea that potential customers don’t take into account political boundaries when making spending decisions.    As a result, the Town, through its Pantego Economic Development Corporation, joined the Arlington Chamber in 2014 by becoming a member of the Chamber’s President’s Leadership Council, and seeks to play an active role in promoting its business community.


Photo: Town of Pantego

Pantego’s Bicentennial Park

   The Town of Pantego seeks to keep its small-time charm, while at the same time offering quality municipal services in a fiscally responsible manner. This is one of the primary reasons that so many of our residents and businesses make the decision to locate in Pantego a life-long one.    A pro-business attitude starts at the top, and the Pantego Town Council is committed to having an organization that is welcoming and helpful to businesses which complement our

community, and add to our overall quality of life. We have recently completed a revision of our Zoning Code and adopting the latest building codes, with an eye toward enticing quality businesses.    We are proud of the dedicated efforts of our first responders, both in the Police and Fire Department. Due to our size, we offer fast response times coupled with skilled employees. We have also developed long-term infrastructure plans and made significant investments in our utilities and streets to ensure our long-term sustainability as a community, as well as in our park.    We accomplish this while maintaining one of the lowest CORPORATE SERVICES property tax rates ($0.42 per $100 Printing · Corporate Gifts · Apparel valuation) in the area. Let us help your company with your next EVENT!    In terms of demographics, Pantego has significantly higher rates of We can Print Full Color on almost any item! household income, home ownership, We offer THOUSANDS of Promotional Items as well as: and education than the Tarrant • Apparel • Brochures • Banners • Displays • Flyers County average. This is forecasted • Posters • Name Badges • Invitations • Signs • Stickers to continue in the foreseeable future. • Awards • Pop-Up Banners • Pocket Folders • Labels • Trophies Our business community is primarily Call us today for pricing. Arlington Chamber members receive 10% OFF. retail- and service-based, with limited A Division of: manufacturing. The majority of our businesses are small ones, with 70 percent having fewer than four Visit us at employees.




A rural oasis in the heart of the Metroplex


he City of Dalworthington Gardens was a busy place in 2017 – Arlington Independent School District opened their brand new Agricultural Science Center on the north end of the City, while Chicken Express has begun construction at the south end of the City for their restaurant to open in 2018.    With all the activity taking place on the outlying areas of the City, the focus still remains on DWG’s unique identity as an oasis in the heart of the Metroplex.    The City has a number of initiatives planned for 2018, including further developing the recreational opportunities the beautiful 28-acre “Gardens Park,” along with the construction of a new City Hall both located BY PROMOTING its in the center of the City. unique identity and    Citizens and business owners of Dalworthington abundance of recreational Gardens benefit from the opportunities, DWG hopes City’s low tax rate and to attract families and exceptional public services. The comprehensive Public businesses alike to a city Safety Organization that is unlike any other in (Police, Fire, EMS) offers the area. citizens and business owners a safe city to live, work and do business.    Recreational opportunities are also plentiful in “The Gardens” as the City boasts a 28-acre park that includes a playground, a pavilion complete with outdoor grill, walking and running trails, a baseball/ softball field, and scenic views centered around historic A.H. “Pappy” Elkins Lake. Dalworthington Gardens truly is a “Rural oasis in the heart of the Metroplex.”    By promoting its unique identity and abundance of recreational opportunities, the City of Dalworthington Gardens hopes to attract families and businesses alike to the City that is unlike any other in the area. The City Council is working hard to develop a prosperous future while fostering an economic environment that celebrates the City’s history of being one the only homestead location still in existence in Texas established under President Roosevelt’s administration.


Gardens Park in Dalworthington Gardens

KNOWN AS The Pillars of Future Vision, the City has established seven areas of focus in order to guide “The Gardens” both in shortand long-term success. 1. Financial stability; 2. Improve the appearance of the City of DWG; 3. Operations excellence; 4. Infrastructure upgrades and improvements; 5. Responsibly planned economic development; 6. Educational excellence; 7. Build a positive image as a destination to live, work, and shop.


Area: 1.8 square miles Population: 2,336 Population Density: 1,200 square miles Median Income (family): $95,686 Median age: 40 years old Age 25-64: 55.80%





he Arlington Chamber of Commerce helps members achieve business growth through business retention, expansion assistance, procurement, international trade opportunities and value-added services. The Chamber’s programs are designed to help businesses achieve a higher level of growth and improve business capacity.    Because of Arlington’s geographic size, various regions of the community face different challenges and provide unique opportunities for doing business in the community. The Chamber supports neighborhood business councils in their focus on particular issues that facilitate an improved business climate. The Chamber also promotes community redevelopment by supporting the Downtown Arlington Management Corporation. Further support is provided by the City of Arlington in helping to address issues and concerns related to public safety and city services to improve the business environment in the community.

   The Chamber receives its direction from advisory councils representing small and large businesses and from key stakeholders who facilitate business growth. Business & Community Development Initiatives include:   • Business Retention and Expansion: Identify existing businesses that have the potential to grow through additional capital investment and/or increased employment opportunities.   • International Trade Initiatives: Provide instruction on pursuing trade and business-to-business opportunities in the global market. Chamber members may obtain Certificates of Origin for a minimal fee per request.   • Procurement Assistance Initiative: Help local small businesses and service providers sell to larger corporations.   • Affinity Partners & Member Discount Programs: Exclusive discount and affinity programs for Chamber members.   • Small Business Awards & Luncheon: Honors the region’s small business leaders.

2017 SMALL BUSINESSES OF THE YEAR FOR-PROFIT CATEGORY Stripe-A-Zone Inc. – Founded in 1950, Stripe-A-Zone is one of the nation’s premier pavement marking companies. In 2016, Stripe-A-Zone was recognized as a Top Contractor in their industry and has received similar accolades through various other professional organizations. The company is deeply involved in community endeavors – the Chamber Board, Arlington Rotary, Arlington library, Boys & Girls Clubs, AISD Education Foundation, Crossroads Christian Church, Women in Philanthropy, Salvation Army and other entities. Sutton Frost Cary LLP (SFC) - SFC provides tax and assurance and consulting services to various industries. SFC has more than 45 employees, including eight partners and 23 CPAs contributing to their record growth. Having served the Metroplex for more than 45 years,

SFC has received numerous awards and recognition for their expertise. SFC and staffers are involved in the Chamber (and Young Professionals), Rotary, United Way, YMCA of Arlington, Leadership Arlington, UTA Accounting Alumni Association, Dental Health for Arlington and others. Beyond involvement, the firm contributes to numerous entities like SafeHaven, Boys & Girls Clubs, Theatre Arlington, Patriot Dogs, Levitt Pavilion and many more. NONPROFIT CATEGORY Arlington ISD Education Foundation - The Arlington Independent School District Education Foundation serves the students, teachers and staff of the AISD in Arlington and adjacent communities within the school district by fulfilling extraordinary education needs and initiatives not financed by the district or state funding. Through collaborative efforts, the Foundation


has shown growth in volunteer support, fundraising initiatives, grants distributed for classroom instruction, diversity and increasing support to economically disadvantaged children. VETERAN-OWNED CATEGORY Jim Ross Law Group, P.C. - The Jim Ross Law Group is a general practice litigation law firm based in Arlington. Jim Ross is a veteran having served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps. He also served in law enforcement as a Texas Police Officer. His law firm has posted significant growth in new client legal matters and has received numerous awards and accolades in his profession. Jim and the members of his staff are active in the Arlington Police Foundation, Chamber of Commerce, Special Olympics, Salvation Army, Arlington Public Library, Theatre Arlington, Junior League of Arlington and many other programs.



he Chamber’s public policy mission is to be the voice of our members at City Hall, at the County, in Austin and in Washington. Critical to the mission are both having a clear picture of the governmental issues impacting members and developing the relationships with elected officials and their staff which will allow our members’ voices to be heard.    Being the voice of business is one of the four pillars of the overall Arlington Chamber mission. The Chair of the Board appoints five Board members to form a Public Policy Board Committee. These Board members invite five other members who are actively involved in public policy to round out the Board Committee. This Board Committee provides direction and oversight to the Public Policy activities of the Chamber staff. The Chair of this committee appoints the member who will Chair of the Public Policy Advisory Council.    The Public Policy Advisory Council (PPAC) is composed of members who have a strong interest in government relations and public policy. Each Corporate Investor may appoint a member from their company to sit on the Council. General members may apply for the Council, subject to the approval of the Council Chair. Each elected official who represents part of Arlington in either Austin or Washington is invited to put an ex-officio member on the Council. The cities of Arlington, Pantego and Dalworthington Gardens can appoint an exofficio member as can the Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Tarrant County. There are approximately 60 members of the Council.    One role of the PPAC is to surface the member issues which will become a part of the Chamber Legislative Agendas. The issues developed by the PPAC are converted to a ballot for the Board of Directors to vote on issues to be included in the Legislative Agenda. To insure that we are accurately reflecting member opinions, 80% of the members of the Board have to approve an item for it to be included in the final agenda. Arlington Chamber legislative agendas focus on businessrelevant issues like economic development, transportation infrastructure, education and workforce development, convention and tourism, and health care.    A second role of the PPAC is to facilitate an open exchange of information about business-relevant issues between the members of the Council and the ex-officio members representing elected officials and government entities.    The PPAC also hosts forums periodically to inform members of issues that are current or pending before city, county or state government. Past forums have included transportation, health care delivery, payday lending and education. Two such forums are in the planning stages for 2018. Periodically, the Council will invite an elected or appointed official from outside


The Arlington Chamber’s Public Policy Advisory Council champions issues that are part of the Chamber’s legislative agendas. Here, Texas government dignitaries address some of those with local officials.

the city to present at a Chamber-sponsored event. These are designed to be educational to members and to raise the level of contact between the Chamber and the invited official. These are organized around the focus issues of the Council.    The PPAC meets monthly during the Texas Legislative Session and the months leading up to it. It meets every other month in the interim period. The Board Committee meets at the discretion of the Chair, but generally four to five times a year. The Arlington Chamber is a member of the Metro Eight Chambers, the Chambers of Commerce based in the eight largest cities in Texas. Membership in the Metro Eight gives the Arlington Chamber an elevated level of access to statewide office holders. The strategic thinking and plans of the other Metro Eight Chambers provide guidance as The Arlington Chamber charts its course in governmental relations.    The Arlington Chamber is also a partner with the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce and the Hurst-EulessBedford Chambers in the Coalition of East Tarrant Chambers. Together we represent 3,250 Tarrant County businesses in Austin and Washington.

CHAMBER legislative agendas focus on business-relevant issues like economic development, transportation infrastructure, education and workforce development, convention and tourism, and healthcare.





he Arlington Chamber of Commerce is focused on implementing quality, employer-driven workforce development initiatives and partnerships that support academic achievement, educational attainment, and curriculum alignment. Collaboration among the Chamber, local colleges, universities, independent school districts, and workforce development boards, in alignment with business and industry demands, provides education and training programs to develop the workforce of the 21st century. Key partners and initiatives include the following:

NATIONAL INITIATIVES Manufacturing Institute   The Arlington Chamber’s partnership with the

Manufacturing Institute (MI) brings tremendous content expertise and the resources of the nation’s largest industrial trade association. MI has executed a license agreement with the Arlington Chamber as the regional partner for a project that is nearly a decade in the making. This national initiative is called Dream It. Do It. – a manufacturing careers campaign created by MI, designed to expand career options for area young people and to preserve and expand manufacturing’s contributions to regional economies. Dream It. Do It. is a grasroots effort that combines the strength of strategic parnerships at a state and regional level with the distinct direction of a campaign to influence the perception of manufacturing careers in the eyes of students and attract and recruit a qualified manufacturing workforce. This initiative evolves into a comprehensive and strategic response to a tremendous challenge facing the nation and one to which North Texas is not immune. The Dream It. Do It. campaign annually recognizes Manufacturing Day throughout the month of October. Now in 37 states (incuding Texas and observed in Arlington), the day has inspired some 3,000 manufacturing events.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Center for Education and Workforce   The Arlington Chamber of Commerce became a recipient

of the 3-Star Chamber of Valor award, the highest distinction awarded to the Chamber, to support efforts of Hiring Our Heroes through employment and education initiatives for veterans and their families. The Center for Education and Workforce is dedicated to strengthening America’s long-term competitiveness through informing and mobilizing the business community to be engaged partners, challenging the status quo, and connecting education and workforce reform to economic development.

REGIONAL/LOCAL INITIATIVES Regional Workforce Leadership Council   The Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth Chambers of

Commerce and the Tarrant, Dallas and North Central Texas Workforce Boards have guided the work of developing industry clusters. Led by businesses, the Regional Workforce Leadership Council has functioned as the convener and connector for the formation and ongoing development of the regional clusters.    Industry, education, and workforce development professionals exchange ideas and information that help each industry cluster meet the challenges of developing a quality workforce in our region. Target industry clusters have been formed to identify critical workforce needs in each industry. The clusters are aerospace, health care, infrastructure, logistics and technology.

ARLINGTON ISD Champion Education   Champion Education is an initiative of the Arlington

Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Arlington Independent School District, to link business and education in preparing students for a world of opportunity, to communicate AISD’s services and accomplishments to our community and to enhance the educational attainment levels of students in our public education system. Technology, global competition, and changes in skills from employers make it imperative that we focus on initiatives to prepare our youth for success. The Chamber also serves as a conduit of information between the district and employers, helping identify and develop educational programs to meet business workforce needs.

State of the District Luncheon   The Chamber annually hosts a State of the District

luncheon, designed to give business and commuity leaders the opportunity to hear directly from the Arlington Independent School District. It als serves as a forum for the district to hear from business and community leaders about their concerns and gives the superintendent the opportunity to directly speak to the business community.

Career, Technical, and Higher Education Investigations (CTHEI) Speakers’ Series   In partnership with the Arlington ISD, the Chamber supports an eighth grade career and technical education (CTE) initiative. The CTHEI is a year-round course for students to gain firsthand knowledge into existing industry occupational areas, as an example: (a) Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources;


(b) Architecture and Construction; (c) Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications; (d) Business Management and Administration; (e) Education and Training; (f) Finance; (g) Government and Public Administration; (h) Health Science; (i) Hospitality and Tourism; (j) Human Services; (k) Information Technology; (l) Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security; (m) Manufacturing; (n) Marketing; (o) Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics; and (p) Transportation, Distribution and Logistics. In this course, the student will explore career and higher education opportunities and evaluate the relevance of technology as they develop skills for college and career readiness, lifelong learning, and daily living. The student will create a four-year high school plan and a postsecondary plan in the course.

Student Practicum Program   The Chamber, in partnership with the Arlington ISD,

launched a new initiative for member businesses to provide practicum opportunities to AISD high school juniors and seniors. The project is focused on a program of study with certifications prior to placement in a practicum. Target practicums in school year 2017-2018 included Arts, Audio/Video, Health Science, Entrepreneurship, Business Management, Marketing-Sports and Entertainment, and Engineering. For more, email:

Partners in Education   The Chamber works with AISD to support Partners in

Education as a targeted business and community initiative. Business and community leaders help students improve academic achievement, attendance and demonstrated workplace skills, and enhance classroom instruction. The program is designed to increase student learning, provide opportunities for economic growth and bring about positive business and community engagement. For more, visit

Chamber Scholarship Program   Through the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, an AISD

Scholarship Program has been established to incentivize exceptional student performance. Funds raised are used to offer scholarships to AISD students to attend UT Arlington and Tarrant County College District. This specific fund as established to date:

  What’s Your Big Idea: The scholarship program has been established between the Arlington Chamber Foundation and donors, an amount determined by donor, to 3rd-8th grade top winners of the AISD entrepreneurship “What’s Your Big Idea” art and essay contest. The contest focuses on innovation and invention to solve a problem either in Arlinton, in Texas, in the United States, or around the world.   CHAMBER Scholarship: The $17,500 scholarship fund has been established to provide outstanding graduating seniors from every AISD high school with up to $2,500 to attend UT Arlington or Tarrant County College. Seven scholarship awards will be available to an AISD graduating senior in the 2017-2018 school year. This specific fund has already awarded $87,000.  

TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE   The Chamber works closely with Tarrant County College

District and its Southeast Campus, serving on advisory committees and engaging in collaborative efforts to aid employers with training needs for their existing and emerging workforce.

UT ARLINGTON   The Chamber has a strong partnership with UT Arlington to

disseminate cutting-edge research on PK-16 education to inform education policy and practice.

WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS FOR TARRANT COUNTY    Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County develops solutions for small, medium and large businesses. Its mission is to “ensure the economic vitality of our community by building and maintaining a quality workforce development system.” Services include customized training and outplacement services, all designed to meet workforce needs both now and in the future. Online job searches are made easier through the state’s comprehensive website: Workforce Solutions also provides staff-assested services and funded programs to help in the transition from job seeker to employee. For more information, call 817-543-4290.

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he Chamber’s Business Development Programs are created with the help of our many member committees and councils. The programs are designed to provide members with access to customers, capital and continuing education and training. Through weekly, monthly and annual meetings and events our members receive valuable strategic information to help improve their businesses as they develop lasting relationships with other business and community leaders.

NETWORKING    Monthly, the Chamber holds 10-12 monthly networking opportunities open to all members. These include Business Over Breakfast, Chamber After Hours, Arlington Chamber Young Professionals, Women’s Alliance and various Chamber luncheon events. All of these events provide invaluable opportunities to make new business contacts and learn from other members’ experiences.    On a weekly basis, the current six Networking Lead’s Groups give Chamber members the chance to develop a network of relationships designed to increase business through quality contacts and referrals.    As a Chamber member the doors to networking and developing business relationships are open to you. Both longtime and new members emphasize that networking is one of the most valuable benefits of joining the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. For updated information on upcoming events, visit the website at

MEETINGS AND RESOURCES Access to Customers – Networking

• Business Over Breakfast (BOB) – Monthly (2nd Tuesday) • Chamber After Hours (CAH) – Monthly (4th Tuesday) • Chamber New Member Orientation Luncheon - Monthly (3rd Friday) • Networking/Leads Groups – Six Groups Meet Weekly – Tuesday through Thursday • Women’s Alliance Networking Social Events (WA) –  Quarterly • Women’s Alliance Advisory Council – Monthly • Ribbon Cuttings/Grand Openings – As reserved by members • Ambassadors – A-Team Planning Meeting – Monthly • Business Development Advisory Council – Monthly • Membership Development Committee - Monthly

• Small Business Awards Luncheon – Annual • Women’s Alliance Inspired Women Luncheon – November • Women’s Alliance Health & Wellness Event – January • Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament – Annual • Small Business Development Center/Arlington Chamber – Small Business Meetings/Workshops – Monthly • Procurement Workshops – City of Arlington, Arlington ISD, UT Arlington – Monthly • Arlington Chamber Young Professionals (ACYP) Advisory Council – Monthly • ACYP Networking Events – Quarterly • Membership Marketplace – Businesses to Business Offers on Chamber website • Committees and Councils to Steer Chamber Activities – Monthly

Access to Capital & Procurement Partners

• Chamber Member Lenders and Banks • Accion Texas – Micro Business Loans • Tarrant SBDC – Small Business Development Center – Office in Chamber Offices • SBA Loans (Small Business Administration) • Affinity Website Portal – Money-Saving Programs through the Chamber • Procurement Service – City of Arlington, Purchasing Department

Access to Continuing Education & Training

• SBDC Schedule of Business Start-Up Workshops, co-sponsored by Arlington Chamber – multiple times per year • Procurement Workshops – City of Arlington, UT Arlington, Arlington ISD – Monthly • Chamber Orientation - Monthly • Member Seminars • Arlington Chamber’s Newsletter – Weekly • • Arlington Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook Page • ACYP Professional Development Seminars – Quarterly • Women’s Alliance Professional Development Seminars Quarterly • Membership Retention and Prospect Meetings – As requested by members

A-TEAM    Members of the Chamber’s Ambassador Program, also known as the A-Team, serve as goodwill representatives for the Arlington Chamber of Commerce by welcoming new members at most Chamber events and attending member functions, ribbon cuttings and grand openings. The Chamber deeply appreciates the member contact and member retention efforts being made on a daily basis by ALL of our Ambassadors.


Annually, the Chamber is proud to honor one of our A-Teamers at our Annual Meeting as our Ambassador of the Year.    For more information call 817-543-4302 or email

THE WOMEN’S ALLIANCE    The Women’s Alliance is focused on empowering and uniting women through business and community endeavors. The Women’s Alliance offers leadership, mentoring and direction to members and is committed to strengthening women as professional, business, community and civic leaders. To encourage member participation in Chamber activities, the Women’s Alliance offers professional networking at bimonthly meetings, which allows members to receive support and assistance in building solid contacts/relationships and helps them become more recognized in the greater Arlington community. The Women’s Alliance mentors new members, invites them to Chamber activities and encourages them to participate in Chamber initiatives.    For more information, call 817-275-4287 or email

Chamber members stay updated on upcoming events and register online through our Member Events Calendar. The Community Calendar provides information on events open to the public from our key partners, and the Directory provides a quick reference to member businesses. Chamber members may also promote special business offers to other Chamber members through the Member Marketplace found on the website.

THE ARLINGTON CHAMBER YOUNG PROFESSIONALS    The mission of the Arlington Young Professionals is to encourage young professionals to bond together throughout community and business settings. ACYP members meet and build relationships with other young professionals in the Arlington Community through numerous networking events throughout the year. ACYP offers a unique opportunity to young professionals to grow into future leaders through promoting civic pride, connecting with charities and helping the community as whole thrive.

AFFINITY PROGRAMS    Committed to helping members cut costs and save money whenever possible in an ever-changing economic environment, the Chamber has negotiated with our Affinity Partners to provide members with the best discounts available. By taking advantage of these exclusive discounts, members see a quick return on their membership investment with the Arlington Chamber and enjoy unparalleled savings on many products and services used daily.


   Legal Shield provides members with affordably priced legal protection for a flat monthly fee. Participants may talk to an attorney for advice on any matter, from real estate and divorce to identity theft and business concerns. Companies that offer Legal Shield legal plans and/or identity theft plans as a voluntary benefit to their employees receive a special group rate.


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Complimentary ribbon cuttings are among the marketing tools the Chamber offers members to enhance their business opportunities.

MARKETING TOOLS    A number of marketing tools exist to help businesses grow and thrive. A few of the marketing tools available include membership directory (both online and printed), complimentary ribbon cuttings, and sponsorship promotions on the website and in the newsletter. The complimentary Member Marketplace allows one Chamber member to make an offer to another Chamber member free of charge. Members can also purchase printed mailing labels so they can market their services to Chamber members. Contact any Chamber staffers to learn about all of these benefits.

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merica’s team. America’s pastime. American-made automobiles. Arlington is the American Dream City. Named by Money magazine as the “Best Big City” in the South. Named by Dallas Business Journal as the No. 1 City for Economic Development in North Texas. Arlington is home to the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers, General Motors, D.R. Horton, Six Flags Over Texas and a host of global, domestic and family-owned businesses. And the American pride in our culturally-diverse citizens is

undeniable. Our competitive cando spirit makes dreams a reality. When tasked with making Arlington the General Motors Assembly Plant home, the city built a lake to properly expand its water source. In the ‘70s, the city fought hard to make Arlington home of the Texas Rangers (then known as the Washington Senators). Three times voters stepped up when asked for major bond packages to keep and lure its sports franchises in and to Arlington and in the process built world-class, iconic venues.

REAL ESTATE & RELOCATION    Arlington, Texas, “America’s Dream City,” combines the friendliness of small-town living with the comforts of urban life. A thriving and growing community of more than 375,000, it is the third-largest city in North Texas and one of the 50 largest cities in the United States.    Total nonfarm employment in the Dallas-Fort WorthArlington Metropolitan Statistical Area stood at 3,612,900 in August 2017, up 96,700 over the year, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. From August 2016 to August 2017, local nonfarm employment rose 2.8 percent, above the national increase of 1.5 percent. In addition, last year’s City Satisfaction Survey showed the perception of quality of life within Arlington continues to be stably high among residents

   Beyond what is highly visible in Arlington is the backbone of the city: Top notch education where students can go from pre-K to Ph. D. (from an excelling school system to Tarrant County College and the University of Texas at Arlington); it possesses valued work opportunities and economic vitality; it maintains an award-winning parks system; and it offers quality, diverse neighborhoods where the housing dollar stretches further than most cities. Arlington is …    Alive with the American Dream.

– most residents would recommend Arlington to others.    With excellent city services and a crime rate below the national average, Arlington’s Neighborhood City Service Team (Code Compliance, Fire, Library, Parks and Recreation, and Police) strengthens neighborhoods by providing services which maintain public safety and health, enhance livability, protect property values, and encourage responsible neighbors.    Arlington offers a great climate, excellent schools, and a location near lakes, nature trails, golf courses, and popular entertainment attractions. Arlington’s award-winning parks and recreation program offers more than 4,600 acres of parkland and provides many recreation and sporting opportunities for the young and young at heart. Strolling on the city’s 24 miles of trails, golfing on one of the four municipal courses, boating on Lake Arlington or utilizing any other facilities, residents will enjoy the leisure, cultural, and recreational programs.


The city’s wide variety of housing options include singlefamily homes, apartments, condos and luxury estates with acreage. Homebuyers in the area have a broad selection of home styles to choose from, with prices ranging from $100,000 to multi-million dollar estates. According to the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M, the median sales price for a home in Arlington is approximately $159,000, with an average listing price of $176,503.    Home purchase prices were up about 9 percent in 2017 compared with a year earlier. Homebuyers find their dollars go further here, allowing them to purchase larger homes with more amenities than they would be able to afford in any other region of the country.    Whether you are relocating for work, seeking a better neighborhood for your family or searching for a destination for retirement, Arlington is a great place to call home.

VIRIDIAN    Viridian is a 2,000-acre master-planned community designed to provide residents the necessities of life for all generations. Convenience of location, outdoor activity, education, social settings and conscious living all played a significant role in the design of Viridian. Viridian sets itself apart from other communities because of its prime urban location, its commitment to sustainability and its green living environment.    The community features tree-lined streets, 500 acres of green space and parks, and an extra 500 acres of lakes, rivers and streams, as well as resort-style swimming pools and a state-of-the-art athletic center. Its pedestrian-friendly urban design enables residents to walk to work, shop or enjoy the town square. Traditional architecture, winding sidewalks, charming streetscapes and elegant landscaping complements the environment. Offering residential living choices built by DFW’s most prominent builders, Viridian meets a variety of homeowners’ preferences with prices ranging from $200,000 to the millions.

The Arlington ISD has a population of more than 61,000 students – and we’re dedicated to every single one of them. With a highly engaged faculty and an array of learning opportunities that foster each student’s unique interests and talents, our goal is to have 100 percent of AISD students graduate exceptionally prepared for college, career and citizenship. We combine the strength of a large school district with innovative approaches and focused support to help students articulate and achieve their dreams.

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DOWNTOWN ARLINGTON    The Downtown Arlington Management Corporation works diligently to develop and promote development opportunities in Downtown Arlington. The private, nonprofit community development organization works to forge alliances between property owners, business interests, residents and the City of Arlington to improve and enhance the economic vitality of Downtown Arlington.    The downtown College Park District is the most ambitious project in UT Arlington history – practically a campus in and of itself. Spanning more than 20 acres, the $160 million development is a place where students, neighbors, and ARLNGTONTX.COM | ARLINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2018 33

ARLINGTON LIVING visitors can intermingle while enjoying stellar entertainment, sports and restaurants.    In May, 2018, we look forward to the opening of the George W. Hawkes Downtown library. The new library will provide cultural, recreational and learning opportunities for youth, seniors and families. The 80,000-square-foot, three-story library was guided by the Central Visioning project launched by the city. During the last 18 months, Urban Union has become home to Legal Draft Beer Company, Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery, CearnalCo Real Estate, Dodson Companies office, and the office of Downtown Arlington Management Corporation.    Union Worx co-working occupied 3,500 square feet at 500 E. Front Street. The co-working concept based in Arlington has plans for shared office space, including private suites and an outdoor office patio.    Construction is wrapping up on the redevelopment of 506 E. Division Street. 506 will be home to Four Kahuna’s Tiki Bar, at least one exciting restaurant concept with patio, and potentially a new Brew Pub.    Also opening in 2018 on Front Street - The Craft Yard. This is a new concept from restaurant industry veteran Kevin Von Ehrenfried. Expect The Craft Yard to serve a chef-driven menu of casual favorites, along with plenty of beer options and

cocktails in a family-friendly indoor/outdoor setting.    101 Center is a mixed use Urban Development in downtown Arlington scheduled for completion in early 2018. It combines 244 units including studios, home/office, traditional one bedroom, two bedroom and larger suites with a state-of-the art exercise gym, retail and restaurant space, attached shared parking garage, and 5,200 square feet of lounge, business and meeting spaces.      Already open is the unique urban living facility – 404 Border. Walk to work, nearby shops or dining for a true local living experience. 404 Border offers boutique-style living in an ideal urban location. Neighboring restaurants, exciting entertainment and the University of Texas at Arlington make for a convenient and active lifestyle.

COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES    Arlington offers a variety of commercial spaces in prime industrial, business and mixed-use districts. The City of Arlington Community Development and Planning Department and the Arlington Office of Economic Development provide assistance to companies seeking to relocate to the area. For more information on sites, incentive or assistance, please call 817-459-6155.

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Christi Cooke Real Estate Team with Keller Williams Realty ......... 817-980-5970 Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors ............ 817-226-0000 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage .......... 817-784-7800 Con-Real, LP .......................... 817-640-4420 Coronado Properties ............. 817-614-4241 Coy E. Garrett & Associates .... 817-265-9999 Craig Real Estate .................. 817-457-5111 Croxton & Croxton, Inc. ......... 817-915-9228 Dallas Real Estate Investment Group ............... 817-881-7100 David DeVries Associates, Inc. ................... 817-360-2309 Don Lawyer Team .................. 682-422-7176 Ebby Halliday – Nicky Austin ........................ 917-654-8497 Ebby Halliday Realtors .......... 817-654-3737 Ebby Halliday    Beth Luton ........................ 214-244-7995 English Realty, LLC ................ 817-860-0074 Farrar Commercial Real Estate, Inc. ................... 817-277-4411

Gann Group eXp Realty .......................... 817-307-3450 Green Oaks Realty ................. 817-637-2472 Hartman Income REIT Skymark Tower .................... 817-983-2500 Hill Group Real Estate Services ................................ 817-710-4900 Johnson Creek Properties ..... 817-462-5040 JORCO Group ........................ 817-461-4161 Keller William - Johnson Noss Realty Group ....................... 817-881-7900 Leanne Nelson – Realtor ....... 817-683-1056 Linda Magazzine Group ........ 817-980-8733 Lynn Peterson Realtor Fathom Realty ..................... 817-307-1008 O’Day Farmbrook, Inc. ........... 817-467-6803 Peyco Southwest Realty, Inc. ... 817-467-6803 PM Realty Group Kurt Cherry ......................... 817-983-2500 Premier Real Estate Partners with Coldwell Banker NRT .......... 817-276-2200 Primera Companies, Inc. ....... 817-640-8910 RE/MAX Associates of Arlington ......................... 817-861-6565

Reddic Realtors - RE/MAX Associates of Arlington ......................... 817-368-9545 Renee Benson - C21 Judge Fite ........................... 817-808-3710 RP Anvil, LP ........................... 817-360-3664 Seven6 Realty ....................... 817-761-7811 Shelton Enterprise, Inc. ......... 817-860-9800 Sterling Real Estate ............... 817-274-5339 SVN Dunn Commercial ......... 817-640-1217 The Brandee Kelley Group .................................. 817-635-1140 The Deane Team - RE/MAX Pinnacle Group Realtors ..... 817-239-0038 The Holman Group, RE/MAX Pinnacle Group Realtors ...... 817-299-1052 Town & Country Properties .... 817-683-5989 Town North Associates LTD .... 817-261-2929 Trammell Crow Company ...... 214-863-3633 UrbanAmerica ....................... 212-612-9100 Viridian Holdings LP ............. 817-200-6543 Windstar Properties Inc. ........ 214-526-2700 Woodcrest Management ...... 817-927-0050

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iversity in Arlington’s strong spiritual community is obvious, with hundreds of churches, religious originations and houses of faith. There is a variety of worship services and styles, from traditional to contemporary.    Christian churches of all denominations, Jewish synagogues, Baha’i services and more, ensure there is something for everyone in Arlington’s spiritual community.    • There are congregations in Arlington serving several ethnic groups, including Arab, Brazilian, Chinese, Hispanic, Indonesian, Iranian, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese.    • The University of Texas at Arlington has several faithbased groups and organizations.    • Nearby Dallas and Fort Worth offer even more worship options, including Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh, Zoroastrianism, Baba, ISKCON, Native American and Paganism.   


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rlington is one of the most highly educated cities in Texas, and its residents have access to an impressive array of educational opportunities. With an innovative public education system and more than 20 private and parochial schools to choose from, residents enjoy educational diversity.    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Arlington is ranked No.1 in Texas for percentage of the adult population with a high school diploma or higher and No. 2 in Texas for percentage of the adult population with a bachelor’s degree or higher. Arlington is home to the University of Texas at Arlington, Tarrant County College Southeast Campus, Brightwood College, and the Arlington Baptist College.


   Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos was named the 2016 Superintendent of the Year for Texas by the Texas Association of School Boards. The Arlington ISD provides almost 64,000 students from prekindergarten through high school with “More Than a Remarkable Education” every day. With 77 campuses – 6 traditional high schools and the Arlington Collegiate High School at Tarrant County College-Southeast, 4 alternative high schools, 10 junior highs, 54 elementary schools and 1 prekindergarten center – and community based prekindergarten classes in 16 independent child care centers, the AISD is the 11th largest district in the state. It has more than 8,500 employees, making it the largest employer in Arlington, and the sixth-largest employer in Tarrant County.    Arlington ISD has a vision to be a premier school district and a leader in education. They strive to execute their mission to empower and engage all students to be contributing, responsible citizens striving for their maximum potential through relevant, innovative and rigorous learning experiences.    Academic opportunities are abound for AISD students to ensure 100% of AISD students will graduate exceptionally ready for college, career and citizenship. Among them are the International Baccalaureate World School program offered at Arlington, Bowie, Lamar and Sam Houston high schools, the career and technical education program. The AISD is home to an award-winning and acclaimed special education program that focuses on academic success as well as the development of life skills.    Students may earn 30 or more college credit hours through the district’s Advanced Placement program and is recognized


Arlington ISD Superintendent Dr. Marcelo Cavazos was named the 2016 Superintendent of the Year for Texas.

by 11 National Merit Semifinalists and four National Hispanic Scholars. More than 75 percent of secondary students are enrolled in the career and technical education program, which includes certification programs, technical dual credit courses, in partnership with Tarrant County College, and 16 career clusters in health sciences, computer programing, engineering and more.    In the fall of 2017, the new Arlington ISD Dan Dipert Career + Technical Center (CTC) opened. The 169,800 square foot Dan Dipert Career + Technical and Agricultural Science Centers is the leading educational institute, inspiring students to become productive citizens who obtain post-secondary achievement and excel in the workplace. The CTC is committed to academic excellence by providing innovative learning environments incorporating relevant industry experience and promoting opportunities for personal growth and student success. Some highlights in the CTE area is the AISD Fire Academy and the AISD Police Academy. Through partnerships with the Arlington Fire department and Tarrant County College; and the Arlington Police Department and the University of Texas at Arlington. In addition to academic programs, the AISD has awardwinning athletics and fine arts programs and extracurricular opportunities for our students. Athletics saw many teams advance to the playoffs, state winners in wrestling. In 2017, our fine arts program was named one of the Best Communities for


ARLINGTON LIVING Music Education for the 13th time in recent history. Six students were selected for the Visual Arts Scholastic Event in San Antonio and received six state medals. The Martin High School Symphony Orchestra was selected to perform at the Texas Music Educators Association Conference in San Antonio. With an objective to have 100 percent of students actively involved in extracurricular and co-curricular activities, opportunities start as early as elementary school with after-school world language programs and the University Scholastic League A+ Academics Competition, and go through the high school level, where students win national awards through step team, Academic Decathlon and Business Professionals of America Competitions. With an objective to have 100 percent of students actively involved in extracurricular and co-curricular activities, opportunities start as early as elementary school with afterschool world language programs and the University Scholastic League A+ Academics Competition, and go through the high school level, where students win national awards through Step Team, Academic Decathlon and Business Professionals of America Competitions.


   Mansfield Independent School District is a thriving suburban school district located in the heart of North Texas, serving more than 34,000 students. MISD boundaries encompass Mansfield, southern Arlington, Grand Prairie, Burleson and other areas that adds up to 94.5 square miles in Tarrant and Johnson Counties.    Mansfield ISD provides a quality instructional program, outstanding facilities, equipment and materials, and a dedicated staff with the intent of serving the educational needs of a culturally diverse student population. Campuses include 23 elementary schools (K-4), six intermediate schools (5-6), six middle schools (7-8), one STEM Academy, five traditional high

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schools (9-12), one High School (11-12), a state of the art career and technology Academy, and an Alternative Education center. Mansfield ISD has a mission to inspire and educate students to be productive citizens and a vision to be a destination district committed to excellence. Mansfield ISD ensures educational and personal success through their core values:    • Student First    • Continuous Improvements   • Integrity   • Communication    • Positive Relationships   • Resiliency    The student journey follows the guiding principles:    • Students will read on level or higher by the beginning of the third grade and will remain on level or higher as an MISD student.    • Students will demonstrate mastery of Algebra I by the end of ninth grade.    • Students will graduate with 24+ college hours and/or industry certification or a certificate.    • Students will participate in an extra or co-curricular activity.    • Our parents and students will have choices with educational opportunities.


   Tarrant County College provides opportunities to bring success within reach. Most college wish lists include worldclass institution with flexible schedules, a convenient location, affordable tuition and diverse programs. Some colleges may offer a few of these, but TCC delivers them all.    TCC has five campuses, conveniently located in Fort Worth, Hurst, and Arlington. Whether students are seeking college credit courses or continuing education, class is always in session with TCC’s distance learning program and Weekend College. TCC is regionally accredited, which means core curriculum credits transfer easily to most fouryear colleges.    TCC is the seventh largest college or university in Texas, yet maintains a small student-to-teacher ratio. Students have access to award winning faculty and programs consistently recognized among the best in the nation. TCC offers students more than 140 fields of study and dozens of extracurricular clubs and associations from which to choose.    Since 1965, TCC has been committed to offering affordable and open access to quality teaching and learning. The average cost for students enrolled in 15 credit hours at TCC is $885, compared to other local colleges that start at over $9,000. Students Photo: The University of Texas at Arlington often change majors in their first two years, but


TCC eliminates the fear of sacrificing thousands in additional tuition dollars if you change your course of study.


   The University of Texas at Arlington is a growing research powerhouse committed to life-enhancing discovery, innovative instruction, and caring community engagement. An educational leader in the heart of the thriving North Texas region, UT Arlington nurtures minds within an environment that values excellence, ingenuity and diversity. Guided by world class faculty members, the university’s 57,000 students represent 120 countries and pursue more than 180 bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in a broad range of disciplines. UT Arlington is dedicated to producing the lifelong learners and critical thinkers our region and nation demands. About 126,000 of the university’s 210,000 alumni live in North Texas and contribute to an annual economic impact of $12.8 billion in the region.    Academically, UT Arlington offers 81 bachelor degrees, 70 masters degrees, 30 doctoral degrees, and one professional degree within the following schools and colleges: School of Architecture, College of Business, College of Education and Health Professions, College of Engineering, Honors College, College of Liberal Arts, College of Nursing, College of Science, School of Social work, and School of Urban and Public Affairs.    In fall 2010, UT Arlington established University College, which promotes student learning and development by providing coordinated and centralized academic resources and support services that keep students on track to graduate. University College serves as a focal point for the campus programming that helps first-year students successfully transition to college life and meet the academic challenges set by the faculty. One aspect of University College is the Maverick Scholars Freshman Interest Groups program. Known as FIGs, these groups match students with a wide variety of involvement opportunities. These professional, social, honorary, recreational, religious, international, political and serviceoriented groups’ help students discover their passions and take major strides towards career success.    UT Arlington has a number of local and national rankings. Among them here are a few standouts:   • U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 rankings of the Best Global Universities placed UTA in the 416th spot of 1,000 universities. The news magazine ranked UTA No. 215 for its engineering programs and No. 283 for its physics program.   U.S. News & World Report ranked UTA the third-largest destination in the nation for transfer students based on its 2015 survey of undergraduate programs.    • UTA is No. 9 on Great Value College’s 2017-18 ranking of the “50 Best Colleges for Adult Education.”

You develop it. Investing in employees’ continued training – yields big payoffs in employee engagement, retention, productivity and bottom-line impact. Each year, TCC’s dedicated Economic and Workforce Development team works with more than 80 regional companies across all industries to provide customized training programs that enable employees to be more effective and employers to be more competitive.


ARLINGTON LIVING    • UTA was ranked No. 8 in’s Best Online Colleges in Texas.    • UTA ranks No. 1 among national public universities for graduating students with the least amount of debt on U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges: 2018” list.   • U.S. News & World Report ranked UTA fifth among national universities for undergraduate ethnic diversity in 2018.    • In 2016 UTA was named in the elite group of R-1: Doctoral Universities - Highest Research Activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, the definitive list for the top doctoral research universities in the United States. The new Science and Engineering innovation and Research building, scheduled to open in 2018, will be the signature research facility for life and health science research at UTA.



   At The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Business, the defining principle is to look beyond the conventional to make great things possible. It’s an attitude that connects us all— faculty, students and alumni. The College of Business enriches both imagination and insight in the heart of one of the nation’s most vital economic centers.    UTA one of the largest colleges of Business in the Dallas/Fort Worth area enrolling about 6,000 students. With large enrollment comes a large alumni base, and the majority of our alumni live and work in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. They offer one of the widest selections of undergraduate and graduate degree programs at an exceptional value. Graduates enter the workforce as enlightened practitioners, prepared to succeed by applying their knowledge and technical ability with interpersonal skills, a commitment to ethical practice and a global perspective.    The UT Arlington College of Business and the Executive EMBA program has been recognized by the following:    • #1 in Texas, #16 in the U.S. and #21 Worldwide by CEO Magazine, 2017    • Tier 1 in Global Rankings, CEO Magazine, 2017    • One of the Best Business Schools, Princeton Review, 2016    • Best for Vets business school, ranked #1, Military Times, 2016


   TCU’s Neeley School of Business is a world-class, valuescentered school driven by leadership and innovation. Topranked undergraduate and graduate programs forge the next generation of business leaders through rigorous education, vibrant collaboration, personalized career development, powerful business connections and real-world experiences. Approximately 2,400 students and 150 faculty and staff make

up the school. The undergraduate program is ranked in the top 30 in the nation and top 20 for entrepreneurship. The graduate program is ranked in the top 40 in the nation and No. 2 in the world for graduate faculty quality.


   Since 1939, Arlington Baptist University operates on a mission to prepare men and women for Christian life and ministries, both lay and professional, through studies in Bible, general education, church vocations, and practical service; integrating faith and learning in the context of a Christian world view. Their mission is put into practice through their institutional values:    • The student will have knowledge of the English Bible (KJV), an understanding of the truths of Christianity it teaches, and tools for a methodical and inductive approach to studying the Scripture.    • The student will grow into a mature and rewarding relationship with Christ by development of meaningful devotional and prayer habits which are directed by the Christian Service Program.    • The student will examine methods of evangelism from their spiritual and historical foundations and be equipped to share his/her Christian faith.    • The student will acquire methods of study and research that lead to lifelong habits of learning, clear thinking, and logical communication.    • The student will develop individual gifts and skills, and acquire principles of Christian living which will lead to a more effective ministry.



   The Education Corporation of America founded Brightwood College in October 2015. Brightwood College focuses on two guiding principles, real-world training and professional skill building.   Real-World Training: Brightwood keeps education relevant by employing instructors with real-world experience in the field, who bring their career backgrounds to the classroom. Programs offered by Brightwood College focus on local employment needs, in areas such as allied health, nursing and technical and professional programs and are continually assessed by faculty, staff, and the business and educational communities to ensure studies align with career goals.   Professional Skill Building: Brightwood’s mission is not only to provide vocational training, but also to help students develop the professional skills, values, attitudes and strategies that will enhance their potential for success on campus, in their career and through life. Student success is their greatest success, because when they succeed, Brightwood succeeds in what it sets out to do: empower the courageous, and enable real and relevant change.


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rlington offers a wide variety of health care facilities for its residents, greatly improving their quality of life. From state-of-the-art surgeries to mental health, Arlington has great professional facilities dedicated to improving the health of residents.

TEXAS HEALTH ARLINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL    More than 50 years ago, dedicated residents living in the Arlington community banded together to construct Arlington Memorial Hospital. A 75-bed hospital in 1958, Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital is now a 369-bed, acute-care, full-service medical center with more than 550 physicians on the medical staff, 1,700 employees, and more than 250 volunteers. Texas Health Arlington Memorial is a part of Texas Health Resources, one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit healthcare delivery systems in the United States.    Envisioning a dedicated heart hospital for Arlington residents, a joint venture between Texas Health Arlington Memorial and cardiologists on the Hospital’s medical staff launched Texas Health Heart & Vascular Hospital Arlington in February 2011. Located on the Texas Health Arlington Memorial Campus, the physician-led facility offers advanced services for the diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular conditions. Committed to providing quality cardiac care, the heart hospital earned Heart Failure Accreditation in February 2012 from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. Also in 2012, both Texas Health Arlington Memorial & Vascular Hospital became the first accredited IV Chest Pain Centers in Arlington.    Texas Health Arlington Memorial also became one of the first hospitals in the world to be named an Acute Heart Failure Center by the society of Chest Pain Centers, now known as the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. Serving as a best-practice model, this accreditation focuses on achieving better patient outcomes and reduced hospital visits for heart failure patients.    Texas Health Arlington Memorial is a leading force in comprehensive neuroscience care in the North Texas region, with cutting-edge minimally invasive and conventional surgical techniques. Recognized as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission, the hospital also provides women’s services, orthopedics, an advanced imaging center and emergency services. Educational opportunities established by Texas Health Arlington Memorial include CPR training,

nutrition, and maternity and child care classes, along with other community-service programs.


   Methodist Mansfield Medical Care, one of the region’s most advanced community hospitals, recently completed a $118 million facility expansion to add a second patient tower with a capacity of 118 beds. The new 110,000-square-foot tower is located at the northwest corner of the existing building.    The expansion features 34,000 square feet of additional operating rooms, cardiology, and gastroenology services and 64,000 square feet of additional support services, including lab materials management, biomed and sterile processing, to name a few.    Methodist Mansfield offers a wide range of diagnostic, primary care and specialty services, from minimally invasive open-heart surgery and sing-sit da Vinci robotic surgery to obstetrics and orthopedic services. The hospital also offers 24-hour emergency care and on-line emergency department check-in services.    Methodist Mansfield has earned an “A” hospital safety rating from the Leapfrog Group during the past four surveys. Leapfrog rates hospitals on safety, clinical outcomes and resource use. The hospital is also a “pathway to excellence” facility, received accreditation as a Chest Pain Center with PCI by the Society of Chest Pain Centers and is an accredited Advanced Primary Stroke Center. Moreover, the hospital, employees and medical staff are consistently honored with awards for exceeding patients’ expectations. In addition, Methodist Mansfield was designated Certified Quality Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, and all of the hospital’s imaging services are certified by the American College of Radiology. Methodist Mansfield has also been voted the “Best Hospital and Best Emergency Department” in Arlington by Living Magazine.    Methodist Mansfield recently expanded the women’s pavilion, equipping the facility to care for more babies and mothers. It has been our privilege to help bring some 8,500 precious new lives into the world. Methodist Mansfield physicians and nurses are highly trained for special deliveries at our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) while providing all expectant families our personalized care, education and support, from our prenatal planning through childbirth and early parenthood.

HEALTHSOUTH REHABILITATION HOSPITAL OF ARLINGTON    HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington is an 85-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital offering comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services designed to return patients


to leading active and independent lives. HealthSouth provides a wide range of physical rehabilitation services, a vast network of highly skilled, independent private practice physicians, therapists and nurses, and the most innovative equipment and rehabilitation technology, ensuring that all patients have access to the highest quality care. Designed with patient’s care in mind, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington offers 21 private and 64 semi-private rooms, each with televisions, telephones and wireless internet capabilities.    In addition to caring for general rehabilitation diagnoses such as orthopedics, cardiac and respiratory, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington has specialized inpatient programs for stroke, brain injury and neurological conditions. Other services offered include inpatient and outpatient aquatic therapies.


   We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to Medical City Arlington. Originally opened in August of 1976 as Arlington Community Hospital in a rural part of town, Medical City Arlington has developed into a 382-bed full-service hospital located in the heart of the growing South Arlington area. There are well over 1,000 full-time and part-time nurses, therapists, technicians and other healthcare personnel that make up our team. Medical City Arlington is proud to be a leader in Dallas/ Fort Worth health care with nearly 600 highly skilled physicians who represent a wide variety of medical specialties. Together we form a team that is focused on high-quality care delivered safely in an environment filled with compassion and service.    In many respects there is not much difference when you compare hospitals based on bricks and mortar and, to some extent, when comparing technologies available for diagnosis and treatment. We recognize and thrive on the fact that what sets us apart from other hospitals in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is our culture. We define our culture.    It starts with how we treat and interact with each other. We support each other. We communicate well. And we make sure that our team has the tools and resources it needs to be able to deliver excellent patient care. We create a workplace where doctors and nurses want to be because they know they are doing meaningful work with a purpose. This matters most to our patients and their families and our community as a whole who know they can trust us to help them get better.    Medical City Arlington boasts one the most comprehensive women’s service programs in the area. Over 4,000 deliveries take place each year at MCA’s state-of-the-art women’s tower. The Women’s Center also includes a newly renovated 29-bed antepartum unit and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, where special care and attention is given to moms undergoing high-risk pregnancy. MCA’s Women’s services also offer an

OB Emergency Department, a 24/7 OB hospitalist and 24/7 neonatologists, Medical City Arlington’s Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit adjoins the recently constructed Heart and Vascular Center, a dedicated, all-private room, 30-bed unit. MCA’s heart and vascular specialists use the latest cutting-edge technology to diagnose and treat the most complex disease of the heart and vascular systems and is a level III Chest Pain Center.    The official Hospital of the Texas Rangers, MCA offers all athletes and residents excellent clinical care through its Sports Medicine Program and Emergency Department. Medical City Arlington is the only designated trauma hospital in Arlington (Level III) and over 70,000 people choose MCA for their emergency needs each year.    Medical City Arlington received an “A” Hospital Safety Score for the third consecutive time, the highest possible, from Leapfrog Group, an Independent national non-profit run by employers and other large purchasers of health benefits. The scores are assigned to U.S. hospitals based on preventable medical errors, injuries, accidents and infections.


   The word “Kindred” has many meanings, including “allied,” “similar” and “family.” The staff at Kindred believe the name reflects business as well as their values. Kindred’s mission is to promote healing, provide hope, preserve dignity and produce value for each patient, resident, family member, customer and employee served.    Kindred Hospital Tarrant County Arlington, one of the 101 nationwide long-term-care Kindred Hospitals, specializes in long-term acute care for patients with complex medical needs. The 80-bed facility is licensed as a specialty hospital for patients who need to stay in a hospital for longer periods of time than provided for in traditional facilities.    Services include ventilator wearing, pre- and post-operative complex wound care, medically complex/multisystem failure management, and inpatient and outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation. Acute rehabilitation services are available for post-CVA, brain injury, amputation, vascular disease, pre- and post-renal and liver transplant, speech and language disorders, dialysis, total prenatal nutrition, and anti-biotic management.    Care for patients is provided through a team of physicians, nurses, rehabilitation, and respiratory therapists and other support staff. Patients and families give Kindred Hospital high praise, with 91 percent saying they’re highly likely to recommend the hospital to others.    To learn more about their programs and services, or to schedule a personal tour, please call 866-546-3733. See for yourself how Kindred is meeting the needs of the community today and building for a better tomorrow.



   Millwood Hospital is a 122-bed facility that provides inpatient and outpatient mental health and chemical dependency care. In operation since 1971, Millwood’s goal is “to help individuals address mental health and chemical dependency problems successfully by offering specialized care for specialized people.”    Millwood’s strength comes from recognizing that sometimes problems cannot wait. Unlike many other similar care centers, Millwood has a “Rapid Assessment/Rapid Intake” process that allows patients to get the help they need in minutes instead of days or weeks. Their no-charge assessments with a qualified mental health professional are provided to individuals of all ages, 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week.    Millwood helps people of all ages, from children to senior citizens. In keeping with their goal of specializing for the individual, children from elementary through high school age who are hospitalized have access to school to help keep them from falling behind. The hospital also offers a wide array of specialized services, including faith-based care. Millwood’s services include aftercare, chemical dependency crisis stabilization, Detox, dissociative disorders, dual diagnosis, faith-based care, inpatient hospitalization, intensive outpatient, medication management, mental health, outpatient referral and partial day hospitalization.    The Excel Center offers outpatient help to people 18 or older who need help and support to overcome some of life’s challenges. Established in 2001, the Excel Center of Arlington is a short-term, outpatient treatment facility that offers partial hospitalization programs and intensive outpatient programs, Monday through Friday.

costs compared to hospitals, various payment options and efficient, personalized care.    Patients experience the facility mission on a first-hand basis, and many choose to return for multiple procedures. They recommend the facility to their family and friends because of the personal attention, excellent service and outstanding care they received from qualified staff.


   Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health systems in the United States. The health system includes 25 acute-care and short-stay hospitals that are owned, operated, and joint-ventured or affiliated with Texas Health Resources. It includes the Texas Health Presbyterian, Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Harris Methodist and Texas Health Huguley Hospitals, Texas Health Physicians Group, outpatient facilities, behavioral health and home health, preventive and fitness services, and an organization from medical research and education.    The mission of Texas Health is a simple one: “to improve the health of people in the communities we serve.” Texas Health provided $684,743,929 in charity care in a single year recently. The Community and Engagement and Advocacy department helps the community in a variety of different ways through philanthropy, faith and spiritual integration, and government affairs and advocacy, and maintains relationships with business and community stakeholders with similar missions and values. Texas Health keeps in touch with the community via Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and blogs.   For more information about Texas Health Resources, call 1-817-THR-WELL.



   Performing a broad range of surgical procedures, Baylor Surgicare at Arlington opened in 2000 as an outpatient ambulatory surgery center. Outpatient procedures are performed in a variety of different specialties, including general surgery, gynecology, orthopedics, pain management, and plastic and podiatry surgery.    Over 3,000 surgical procedures are performed every year by the physicians on the medical staff. Baylor Surgicare is committed to excellence in clinical care, with a mission to “provide first-class surgical services for the local community in a safe comfortable and welcoming environment; in which we would be happy to treat our own families.” Baylor Surgicare offers patients the advantage of easy access, as well as reduced

   Texas Health Resources and Methodist Health System, in partnership with Nashville–based Center Healthcare, built the 40-bed, freestanding inpatient rehabilitation hospital on 900 W. Arbrook near Matlock Road and Interstate-20 in Arlington.    Strategically located between Texas Health Arlington Memorial and Methodist Mansfield Medical Center, the new facility employs approximately 150 people and will bring more jobs and high-quality compassionate care to the community.    Patients suffering from strokes, brain and spinal-cord injuries, amputations, complex orthopedic injuries, and other conditions are cared for at the hospital. The new facility allows both Texas Health and Methodist to significantly expand their current services, both in capacity and capability, enhancing the scope


of service and patient care for rehab services. The hospital has been designed to promote recuperation outside the traditional hospital setting and incorporates many unique features, including:    • Brain-injury unit with monitored rooms, specialized beds,  patient lifts and dedicated therapy space and dining area    • Dedicated stroke unit with specialized equipment    • Gymnasium featuring high-tech therapy devices and  treatments    • Specially equipped rooms for bariatric patients    • Private, family-friendly rooms with sleeper chairs    • Pet therapy and other recreational programs    • Outdoor healing garden and walking trail to assist in rehabilitation


   USMD Hospital at Arlington was founded in 2003 by health care professionals who wanted to create a different kind of hospital – a hospital where the physicians made the health care decisions. This physician-led facility offers spacious private inpatient suites and an all-physician anesthesiology team, and it consistently scores in the high 90s in patient satisfaction.    Clinical and surgical excellence is the everyday standard at USMD, and the physicians have extensive surgical expertise with three da Vinci Systems. The advantages of robot-assisted surgeries are numerous for the patients of USMD, allowing them to have the least invasive surgeries possible with less discomfort, faster recovery and fewer complications. Since opening its doors in 2003, USMD surgeons have performed more than 4,500 robot-assisted surgeries.    USMD is paving the way for the future of robot-assisted surgeries. A surgical team at USMD performed the very first da Vinci single site hysterectomy in North Texas. This procedure, recently approved by the FDA, can be performed in about one hour and usually involves a hospital stay of less than 24 hours. This incision is made in the bellybutton, making the procedure virtually scar-free. The mission of USMD is to “provide worldclass, physician-lead health care using innovative technology and compassionate service with an intense focus on exceeding your expectations.” USMD is equipped for a wide variety of cases, including spine, colorectal, general surgery, orthopedic, plastic, pain management, urology, gynecology and podiatry.

BAYLOR ORTHOPEDIC AND SPINE HOSPITAL AT ARLINGTON    Baylor Arlington’s continual focus on excellence has allowed the hospital to receive yet another award of national recognition. Baylor Arlington is proud to announce that it has

earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of approval for its spine care programs, becoming the only hospital in DFW and one of two hospitals in the state of Texas to have earned this prestigious certification of excellence in quality and outcomes. Other honors include:    • 2016 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence in Patient Satisfaction    • 2015 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence in Patient Satisfaction    • 2014 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence in Patient Satisfaction    • 2014 Texas Hospital Quality Improvement Gold Award    • 2013 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence in Patient Satisfaction    • Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for our facility    • Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for our laboratory    • Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for our Hip and Knee Replacement Programs    • 2012 Becker’s Hospital Review’s 100 Hospitals with Great Orthopedic    Baylor Arlington specialized in providing advanced comprehensive treatment for general, orthopedics, joint replacement, sports medicine, pain management and spine care. Other services include diagnostic imaging and a 24-hour emergency department. For more, call 855-41-ORTHO.

Specialized Care in Your Own Backyard Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington provides comprehensive outpatient and inpatient treatment of orthopedic and spine disorders. For everything from simple back or neck strains to the most complex spine surgeries, we combine exceptional care with personal attention and compassion. The only orthopedic surgery and specialty hospital of its kind in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, we are the experts close to home. Call 855.41.ORTHO today. FINANCIAL INTEREST DISCLOSURE Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington is a hospital in which physicians have an ownership or an investment interest. The list of physician owners or investors is available upon request. We are fully licensed by the state of Texas and Medicare certified. Our facility is also accredited by The Joint Commission. We are an affiliate of United Surgical Partners International, and partnered with local physicians. Physicians are members of the medical staff and are neither employees nor agents of Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington, United Surgical Partners International, Baylor Scott & White Health, or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates. Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.





ach year, more than seven million visitors flock to Arlington to experience all that our beautiful city has to offer. Home to the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers, the original Six Flags Over Texas and much more, Arlington is a great choice for family entertainment all throughout the year. For information on upcoming events, visit


   Featuring bowling, an arcade, billiards, putt-putt golf, laser tag, and a climbing wall, this family entertainment complex offers a wide choice of food concessions and special packages for parties.


   Located in the heart of the city’s Entertainment District and just 15 minutes from DFW International Airport, the Arlington Convention Center is a contemporary conference venue offering 50,000 square feet of flexible exhibit space, 12 meeting rooms and a Grand Hall featuring scenic views of area attractions. Providing the convenience of state-of-the-art equipment, custom catering services and easy access to nearby hotels and restaurants, the convention center is an ideal location for trade sales, meetings and special events.


   Established in 1952, this four-floor museum provides access to wide array of breathtaking works of art for the cultural enrichment and economic development of Arlington. The facility features traveling exhibits, as well as educational and instructional programs for adults and children. Admission is $8 (adults), $5 (students and seniors); 12 and under are free.


   This fun roller skating rink features a video arcade, snack bar, skating classes and facilities for private parties. Themed special events are held throughout the year, and group rates are available.

Arlington Museum of Art provides access to renowned works of art, such as this painting by Salvador Dali, which recently was on display at the museum.


   Home to the NFL Dallas Cowboys and constructed to be the largest, most technologically advanced entertainment venue in the world, this architectural wonder spans 3 million square feet, with a seating capacity for over 100,000. The stadium hosts a variety of special events throughout the year, including the Cotton Bowl Classic, NCAA Basketball Regionals, world-class soccer, high school and college football, music concerts by popular artists, and other presentations. In 2015, AT&T Stadium hosted the first NCAA College Football Championship. In 2018, The NFL draft will be stopping at The Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium. The event will take place April 26-28. It will be the first time an NFL stadium has served as the location.    AT&T Stadium is also famous for its two monumental arches and colossal HDTV video board, which is one of the largest in the world. The stadium also houses an impressive collection of contemporary art, including 50 pieces by 35 artists. Other features include the Cowboys Hall of Fame, a Pro Shop and a variety of food venues. Guided and selfguided tours are available.

BAD KONIGSHOFEN FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER    Fun for the whole family at a great value, Bad Konigshofen Family Aquatic Center features an interactive spray pad, a shallow water play pool, a lap pool, a diving area, two water slides, and shower and restroom facilities. The center, which was built in 2006, draws design elements from agrarian Germany. It can be reserved for parties and special occasions.


COLLEGE PARK CENTER    This $78 Million, 218,000-square-foot entertainment complex on the University of Texas at Arlington campus was named on Billboards list of “Renovated Venues Reshaping the Nation’s Touring Circuit.” The 7,000-seat complex is home court for the UTA basketball and volleyball teams, the WNBA Dallas Wings, high profile concerts and special events.


an Arlington favorite, the Texas Christkindl Market, as the new Texas Christkindl Market Lane! Enjoy winter-themed drinks while browsing through the vendor village and visit Santa with the kids. Live entertainment and fun for the whole family, this is the biggest Christmas event in DFW!


Epic Waters is an indoor waterpark in Grand Prairie. It’s an 80,000 square foot indoor/outdoor waterpark, featuring

  The Concours d’Elegance of Texas showcases the finest examples of automotive art and engineering in an elegant setting, and the entire weekend supports three charitable organizations. It’s a weekend experience dedicated to striking and unusual vehicles, fine dining, and renewing old friendships - all served up with old-fashioned Texas hospitality. The 2018 Concours d’Elegance of Texas will be held April 20-22.

DALLAS WINGS    Previously known as the Tulsa Shock, the Wings thought it has been long enough (30 years) since a WNBA team was in the Metroplex. With an abundance of young stars, the Wings are a fun team to watch, and Arlington is excited to be home to this organization.

DAVE AND BUSTERS    Part-sports bar, part-video game arcade and partrestaurant, Dave and Buster’s (425 Curtis Mathis Way) offers several kinds of fun under one roof. Stop by and enjoy great food and cocktails, choose from hundreds of arcade games, and watch your favorite sports teams on TV. Games are halfprice on Wednesdays.

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ENCHANT    A world of Christmas wonder awaits at Enchant during the Holiday season – Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve. Surrounded by millions of dazzling lights, the memories you make at Enchant will last well beyond the holiday season. Whether you’re navigating through the world’s largest Christmas light maze, gliding around the iceskating pond, waltzing through the Christmas marketplace, or sharing hot cocoa with your loved ones, you’ll find enchantment around every corner.    Enchant features an ice skating rink and more than 2 acres of lighted Christmas Mazes and displays while incorporating ARLNGTONTX.COM | ARLINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2018 49

ARLINGTON LIVING three “first of its kind” attractions, multiple family-friendly attractions and pools, birthday party and meeting rooms, an outdoor wave pool, a 4,000 square foot arcade, a full-service bar, concessions, cabanas, and more.


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   Every year on Independence Day, between 50,000 and 70,000 people line the streets of Arlington to experience the spectacle of the annual Fourth of July Parade. The celebration, which marked its 50th anniversary in 2015, takes a two-mile route through the city, starting near UT Arlington’s College Park Center. Parade entries include: marching bands, exotic automobiles, military color guards, clowns and, of course, floats. An award ceremony is held after the parade at Knapp Heritage Park (201 W. Front St.) to recognize excellence and ingenuity in several categories.


   Thousands of people gather in the Downtown/University District in early December to enjoy the annual Holiday Lights Parade, which has become one of the city’s most beloved holiday traditions. The pageantry includes the lighting of the Christmas tree on the steps of City Hall, and photos with Santa take place at the Levitt Pavilion in Founder’s Plaza (100 W. Abram St.).


   This impressive, baseball-only sports facility – previously known as the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington – opened in 1994 and seats more than 48,000. Texas Rangers fans never have to miss a play, thanks to the state-of-the-art video and audio systems and high-definition digital content delivered throughout the park. Food and beverage options include more than 75 concessions stands spread over three concourses, plus the Cholula All You Can Eat Porch, which offers unlimited food and snacks with reserved ticket seats.    Other amenities include the Hyundai Club, a party suite overlooking center field, and a youth center called the Kid Zone for birthday parties and other events. The Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame displays photos, plaques and artifacts from the franchise’s history. Behind-the-scenes tours of the ballpark are available (call 817-273-5099).



   Located in the heart of Downtown Arlington at Founders Plaza, this outdoor performance venue hosts more than 50 free concerts each year and offers a varied selection of music, dance and interactive performances, including jazz, country, indie rock and world music. Over the course of the last concert season, the venue attracted more than 123,000 people to Downtown Arlington.    Thanks to a generous donation from Baylor Orthopedic & Spine Hospital at Arlington and a grant from the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation, the Levitt Pavilion will add bathrooms in 2018. Plans for the addition include building a hospitality center and deck on top of the bathrooms, which will be situated behind the fountain and donor walls in the unused area of the pavilion on the corner of South and Pecan streets.


   In 1994, members of the Arlington Conservation Council and the Arlington Organic Garden Club founded the Molly Hollar Wildscape on half an acre in Veteran’s Park as part of an effort to demonstrate the importance of ecosystem preservation and the benefits of native plants. Since then, the Wildscape has expanded into a tract of four gorgeous acres and stands as one of the best places in the Arlington area to connect with nature.

PLANETARIUM AT UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON    Open to the public for shows, stargazing events, field trips and private parties, the Planetarium at UT Arlington is one of the largest in the state. Featuring a 60-foot-diameter dome and sophisticated projection system, the theater provides 150 reclining seats for viewing stunning visual effects enhanced with powerful surround sounds. The gift shop offers astronomy-related gifts, souvenirs and educational items.


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   The River Legacy Living Science Center is the gateway to River Legacy Park and features a sustainable design that has a minimal impact on the environment. Surrounded by oak groves, the 12,000-square-foot nature center offers interactive exhibits, nature trails, aquariums, terrariums with native wildlife, and a variety of educational programs and events. The Acorns Gift Shop sells nature-inspired gifts, books, home decor, gardening items, handcrafted jewelry and more. Proceeds from the gift shop help support the Science Center and its programs.


   Spanning 47 acres, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor offers bigger, better and wetter thrills. The family-friendly park’s newest water slides include Tsunami Surge, Typhoon Twister and Hook’s Lagoon. The Sea Wolf and the Dive Bomber are crowd favorites. The park is open from May through September and offers rides for all ages.


   A popular family destination for more than 50 years, the original Six Flags Theme Park offers more than 100 rides and attractions, plus live entertainment and seasonal events. The newest attraction for thrill seekers is the Harley Quinn Spinsanity. This ride has unpredictable flips and pivots at heights up to seven stories above the ground. Nestled next to The Joker in the Gotham City section of the park, this unpredictable and mesmerizing ride is just as thrilling to watch as it is to ride. Along with family favorites like Roaring Rapids and the Runaway Mine Train, the park is home to the number one-rated wooden coaster, the Texas Giant, and two Gotham City-themed thrill rides, Batman the Ride and Mr. Freeze Reverse Blast. The newly expanded Bugs Bunny Boomtown offers brand new, kid-themed rides and attractions for thrill-seekers-in-training.


   Offering music concerts with superb cultural and educational value, Symphony Arlington performs in the historic Arlington Music Hall. Some 93 professional musicians hailing from over 19 different nations make up the orchestra, which is now in its 18th season.


   In partnership between the Texas Rangers and The Cordish Companies, this $250 million world-class development will feature 200,000 square feet of dining and entertainment space, a 300-room hotel and a convention facility. The Texas Live! entertainment complex has high hopes that it will be open in time for the 2018 baseball season. Texas Live! will bring in 3,000 new jobs and over 3 million new visitors to Arlington’s Entertainment District.

GOLF    Golfers love Arlington for its diverse courses designed for seasoned pros as well as enthusiastic beginners.    • The 250-acre Tierra Verde Golf Club was named “Top Golf Course in the DFW Metroplex” in 2012 by Avid Golfer magazine and was the first golf course in Texas to be certified as an Audubon Signature Sanctuary.   • Chester W. Ditto Golf Course, located near the Entertainment District, experienced renovation for the past 18 months and has now completely reimagined the city-owned golf course, including a full realignment of its 18 holes, making it longer with more water features, bunkers and dynamic elevation changes. This summer, the course will reopen under the name Texas Rangers Golf Club. The new course will be the only MLB-branded one in the country. Later, the City will add a larger clubhouse which will bear the name of Chester W. Ditto Clubhouse.    • Blending open and tree-lined fairways with a commitment to environmental enhancement and preservation, the recently redesigned Lake Arlington Golf Course is an 18-hole, par-71 course situated on 185 acres.   • Meadowbrook Golf Course is the oldest course in Arlington and fun for the whole family. Located one mile east of downtown, it offers a nine-hole course with small greens, narrow fairways, a full-time pro shop and concessions.    Private courses include Rolling Hills Country Club, Walnut Creek Country Club and Shady Valley Golf Club.

SHOPPING    The Arlington area offers inviting shopping centers, as well as an irresistible array of antique stores, boutiques, sporting good emporiums, specialty shops and a nearby outlet mall for bargain hunters.    • Arlington Highlands (I-20 at Matlock Road and Center Street) is a lifestyle-themed shopping destination featuring more than 100 stores, restaurant and entertainment venues.


• Champions Park (I-30 and Collins Street) has approximately 80,000 square feet of space available for restaurants and retail, with restaurants taking up about 60 percent of the space. Businesses within this 14-acre development started opening in 2017.    • Grand Prairie Premium Outlets (2950 W. Interstate 20) delights shoppers with more than 100 designer and namebrand factory outlet stores, including apparel, shoes, home goods, accessories, jewelry and gifts, plus a food court.    • Lincoln Square (I-30 and Collins Street) is located in the heart of the Entertainment District and offers more than 80 shops plus eateries, bars and a variety of services.    • The Parks at Arlington (I-20 and Cooper Street) features more than 200 stores plus a wide choice of restaurants and a fun entertainment area with movie theaters, a children’s carousel and an ice skating rink.    • The Shoppes at Brownstone Village (2408 W. Abram St.) combines upscale fashion boutiques with contemporary home décor and unique specialty shops.

DINING & LODGING    When mealtime rolls around, there’s plenty nearby to whet the appetite. Whether you’re craving a sizzling steak, a Texas-sized hamburger, Mexican food or a hearty Southern breakfast, you’ll find Arlington has eateries to satisfy every taste and budget.    As you’re discovering Arlington, you may find out that one day just isn’t enough. You’ll find a variety of lodging selections here, even located right next door to favorite destinations like Globe Life Park.   Consult the Directory in the back of the book or visit for a list of Chamber member restaurants, lodging establishments and other visitor information.


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ou’ll find a lively cultural scene in Arlington as the city celebrates the pleasures of Texas living. Music, theater, art and cultural events are offered year-round, with plenty of opportunities for both children and adults.


   Since 1952, the museum has showcased an impressive collection of Texas contemporary art and highlighted various traveling exhibitions for the cultural enrichment of the public. Art education programs for children and adults are among the many year-round programs offered to help develop a lifelong passion for the arts.


   This 540-ton, 5-acre work of art in Richard Greene Linear Park was created by sculptor Norm Hines, professor of art at Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. It consists of five freestanding sculptures ranging in height from 8 to 30 feet. A selfguided walking tour is available online. Each group of stones has its own Celtic name, hearkening back to the megalithic monuments of old. The project took two years to construct and costs $1.5 million.


   The city’s official band was formed in 1976 in honor of the American Bicentennial. The nonprofit wind and percussion ensemble features 75 adult musicians performing throughout the DFW Metroplex. All concerts are free and open to the public.


   Constructed in 1949, the historic Arlington Music Hall has been renovated to include an expanded stage, state-of-the-art sound and lighting, and sophisticated new décor. Featuring a variety of music artists of many genres, the popular music venue also hosts private parties and special events.


   Held in the Richard Greene Linear Park, next to the Caelum Moor sculptures, this outdoor festival showcases the work of 80 different artists from across the country. The 7th Annual Art on the Greene is scheduled for May 11-13.

   This award-winning men’s A Capella chorus is a member of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Their performances encompass everything from barbershop standards to modern ballads. They even offer singing Valentine’s Day greetings for your loved one!


   Considered one of the finest volunteer choruses in the DFW area, this talented choir performs with local classical orchestras as well as making appearances in major venues like Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts.



   Presented June 7-9, 2018, the Quilter’s Guild features professionally judged entries, over 200 quilts benefiting local charities.


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Home to the Arlington Historical Society, this historic two-story brick house at the corner of Fielder and Abram


Streets features permanent galleries and rotating exhibits relating to the history of Arlington and the surrounding communities.

INTERNATIONAL BOWLING MUSEUM & HALL OF FAME    This unique museum is devoted to collecting, preserving and exhibiting the 5,000-year history of the worldwide sport of bowling. This 18,000-square-foot facility collects and preserves items relating to the history of bowling while recognizing the sport’s top athletes. Life-sized replicas, touch-screen kiosks, film montages and interactive games allow visitors of all ages to learn more about innovations changing the way we view this global pastime. In the facility’s Hall of Fame, rare photos and vintage film clips tell the stories of bowling’s greatest legends, and the museum features one-of-kind artifacts and exhibits for a fun, interactive experience.

INTERNATIONAL FOLK ART MARKET AT ARLINGTON    Arlington, Texas, will host the second annual International Folk Art Market at Arlington June 14-16, 2018 at The Green at College Park on The University of Texas at Arlington campus. The market will feature master artists and their handmade goods from such diverse countries as Italy, Ghana, Uzbekistan, Nigeria, Ukraine, South Sudan, Myanmar, and Peru, among others. The International Folk Art Market at Arlington will also feature internationally inspired food and entertainment and of course beautiful folk art for sale.

2018 lineup features Lou Diamond Phillips, Anousheh Ansari, Roland Fryer, Michael Pollan and Gretchen Carlson. All events are free and open to the public, but tickets are required for admission.


   Mejia Ballet International offers training in classical ballet for aspiring professional dancers. Students in the facility’s Elite Academy participate in a professional production of “The Nutcracker,” as well as various other local performances.

MISS PERSIS STUDIO OF PERFORMING ARTS    Miss Persis Studio offers lessons in tap, jazz, ballet, musical theater, hip hop and more for all ages and skill levels.


   Honoring the many people who helped shape the history of Texas Rangers Baseball, the Baseball Hall of Fame at Globe Life Park in Arlington includes photos, memorabilia, plaques and other exhibits. The Hall of Fame is located behind right field and can accommodate up to 600 people on three levels.


   Founded as the Potluck Players 44 years ago, Theater Arlington entertains more than 33,000 patrons each season with Broadway-style musicals, dramas and comedies.

LEVITT PAVILION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS    The Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts presents over 50 free outdoor concerts each year, showcasing everything from home-grown Texas country to jazz, world music and hot Indie artists. Special Children’s shows are offered periodically to teach young audiences lessons about self-esteem, good manners and the world around them while encouraging a lifelong love of music.



   This art venue, sponsored by the UT Arlington Department of Art and Art History, showcases the works of graduating seniors at the annual Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition each spring. Regional and national exhibitions are highlighted in the main gallery.

   The popular speaker series hosted by UT Arlington features stimulating conversations on contemporary topics. The 2017ARLNGTONTX.COM | ARLINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2018 55

ARLINGTON LIVING THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC    The Music Department presents faculty and student performances at Iron Recital Hall, Texas Hall and the Fine Arts Building, as well as concerts by visiting artists.


   UT Arlington delights audiences each season with highquality student productions at its Mainstage and Studio theaters located in the Fine Arts Building.

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON PLANETARIUM    The Planetarium offers live stargazing as well as various prerecorded programs on a 60-foot dome screen. Check the website’s “Now Showing” section for public show times.



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   Featuring Arlington area artists since 1967, this gallery showcases paintings in oil, watercolor, and mixed media, plus photography pottery and jewelry. Classes and workshops are offered for artists of all levels, from beginners to professionals.

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he Arlington Parks & Recreation Department (APRD) is widely recognized as providing top-notch opportunities for local residents to enjoy its 4,700 acres of parks, playgrounds, trails and recreation facilities. Recent national honors the APRD has received include selection as a Gold Medal Finalist by the National Recreation and Park Association, designation as a Playful City USA from Kaboom! and selection as a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. Photo:

Lake Arlington

RIVER LEGACY PARKS    Spanning 1,300 acres along the Trinity River, this popular park in North Arlington offers more than eight miles of paved hiking and biking trails, plus multiple spots for viewing wildlife and birds. The River Legacy Living Science Center offers environmental education programs and interactive exhibits for both children and adults.

LAKE ARLINGTON    This city-owned reservoir at the western edge of Arlington was built in 1957 and covers approximately 2,000 surface acres, with a watershed of 143 square miles. This popular fishing spot offers the first lake-paddling trail in the DFW Metroplex, with boat ramps located at Bowman Springs Park, Eugene McCray Park and Richard Simpson Park.

AQUATIC FUN    The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department operates swimming pools, aquatic centers and spray playgrounds for the community’s enjoyment. Facilities include:   • Allen Bolden Pool (2800A S. Center St.)   • Helen Wessler Play Pool (2310 Greenway)   • Howard Moore Play Pool (1999 Bever Blvd.)   • Woodland West Pool (3200 Norwood Lane)

ELZIE ODOM ATHLETIC CENTER    A 60,000-square-foot facility located along the Trinity River, the Elzie Odom Athletic Center offers fitness classes, camps and sports leagues with rooms available to rent for private parties, banquets and meetings. In October 2014, an official Bubble

Soccer League began competing at the center. This actionpacked sport from the UK has players wearing a giant inflatable bubble while playing soccer.

ARLINGTON TENNIS CENTER    The Arlington Tennis Center is an award-winning public tennis facility with 26 outdoor lighted courts. ATC offers classes, drills and leagues for players of all ages and abilities. The facility and staff host frequent special events, including USTA Texas-sanctioned tournaments, a National Open Championship, a USTA National Junior Team Tournament and several nonsanctioned tournaments.

ARLINGTON GOLF    Arlington Golf offers fabulous golf at four distinctly different courses to players of every level of experience. The courses offer a variety of amenities including special fees during twilight hours, exclusive offers, leagues, lessons, clinics, tournaments and event planning. Courses include:   • Tierra Verde Golf Club (7005 Golf Club Drive)   • Chester Ditto Golf Course (801 Brown Blvd.)   • Lake Arlington Golf Course (1516 W. Green Oaks Blvd.)   • Meadowbrook Park Golf Course (1300 E. Dugan)

FOOTGOLF    FootGolf, a combination of soccer and golf, was introduced to Meadowbrook Park Golf Course in August 2014. Plans are underway to obtain certification from the International FootGolf (FIFG) and the American FootGolf League (AFGL), which would allow Meadowbrook Park to host local AFGL leagues as well as various FootGolf tournaments.



GOVERNMENT CITY OF ARLINGTON Mayor Jeff Williams (817) 459- 6121 Council Member Charlie Parker - District 1 501 Crown Colony Drive, Arlington, TX 76006 (817) 459-6122 • Council Member Sheri Capehart Mayor Pro Tempore - District 2 4417 Garden Drive, Arlington, TX 76001 (817) 459-6143 • Council Member Roxanne Thalman - District 3 (817) 459-6143 Council Member Kathryn Wilemon - District 4 P.O. Box 13216, Arlington, TX 76094 (817) 459-6141 • (817) 461-9615 •

Council Member Lana Wolff - District 5 1709 Norwood Lane, Arlington, TX 76013 (817) 459-6141 • Council Member Robert Shepard - At Large - District 6 5606 Hunterwood Lane, Arlington, TX 76017 (817) 459-6122 • Council Member Victoria Farrar-Myers - At Large - District 7 2310 Autumn Oaks Trail, Arlington, TX 76006 (817) 459-6141 • Council Member Michael Glaspie At Large - District 8 Deputy Mayor Pro Tempore 2111 Vista Ridge Court, Arlington, TX 76013 (817) 459-6143 •

TOWN OF PANTEGO Mayor Doug Davis 1614 South Bowen Road, Pantego, TX 76013 (817) 617-3703 •

Council Member Jane Barrett - Place 3 1614 South Bowen Road, Pantego, TX 76013 (817) 460-6666 •

Council Member Fred Adair - Place 1 1614 South Bowen Road, Pantego, TX 76013 (817) 617-3700 •

Council Member Russell Brewster - Place 4 - Mayor Pro Tempore 1614 South Bowen Road, Pantego, TX 76013 (817) 264-4723 •

Council Member Don Funderlic - Place 2 1614 South Bowen Road, Pantego, TX 76013 (817) 617-3700 •

Council Member Don Surratt - Place 5 1614 South Bowen Road, Pantego, TX 76013 (817) 861-0854 •

DALWORTHINGTON GARDENS Mayor Kimberly Fitzpatrick 2600 Roosevelt Drive, Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016 (817) 274-7368 •

Council Member Cathy Stein - Alderman Place 3 2600 Roosevelt Drive, Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016

Council Member Mark McGuire - Alderman Place 1 2600 Roosevelt Drive, Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016

Council Member Ed Motley - Alderman Place 4 - Mayor Pro Tempore 2600 Roosevelt Drive, Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016

Council Member Guy Snodgrass - Alderman Place 2 2600 Roosevelt Drive, Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016

Council Member Richard Pell - Alderman Place 5 2600 Roosevelt Drive, Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016


TARRANT COUNTY County Judge B. Glen Whitley County Administration Building 100 E. Weatherford St., Fort Worth, TX 76196 • (817) 844-1441 Commissioner Roy C. Brooks - Precinct 1 Southwest Sub-Courthouse 6551 Granbury Road, Fort Worth, TX 76133 • (817) 370-4500 Commissioner Andy Nguyen - Precinct 2 Arlington Sub-Courthouse 700 E. Abram St., Suite 304, Arlington, TX 76010 • (817) 548-3900 Mansfield Sub-Courthouse, 1100 E. Broad St., Mansfield, TX 76063 • (817) 473-5130

Commissioner Gary Fickes - Precinct 3 Northeast Sub-Courthouse 645 Grapevine Highway, Suite 6, Hurst, TX 76054 • (817) 581-3600 Southlake Sub – Courthouse Southlake Town Hall 1400 Main Street, Southlake, TX 76092 • (817) 481-8234 Commissioner J.D. Johnson - Precinct 4 Northwest Sub-Courthouse 6713 Telephone Road, Fort Worth, TX 76135 • (817) 238-4400

TEXAS STATE LEGISLATURE TEXAS SENATE Sen. Brian Birdwell (R-22) P.O. Box 12068, Capitol Station, Austin, TX 78711 • (512) 463-0122 1315 Waters Edge Drive, Suite 116, Granbury, TX 76048 • (817) 573-9622

Matt Krause (R-93) P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768 • (512) 463-0562 6624 N. Riverside Drive, Ste. 330, Fort Worth, TX 76137 (817) 847-4900

Sen. Konni Burton (R-10) P.O. Box 12068, Capitol Station, Austin, TX 78711 • (512) 463-0110 933 W. Weatherford St., Suite 203, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 882-8157

Tony Tinderholt (R-94) P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768 • (512) 463 – 0624 4381 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Suite 107, Arlington, TX 76016 (817) 478-5000

Sen. Kelly Hancock (R-9) P.O. Box 12068, Capitol Station, Austin, TX 78711 • (512) 463-0109 9121 Belshire Drive, Suite 200, North Richland Hills, TX 76182 (817) 514-3804

Nicole Collier (D-95) P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768 • (512) 463-0716 101 S. Jennings, Suite 103A, Fort Worth, TX 76104

TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Jonathan Stickland (R-92) P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768 • (512) 463 – 0522 1600 Airport Freeway, Suite 334, Bedford, TX 76022 (817) 283-5300

Bill Zedler (R-96) P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768 • (512) 463-0374 5840 W. Interstate 20, Suite 110, Arlington, TX 76017 Chris Turner (D-101) P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768 • (512) 463-0574 320 Westway Place, Suite 501, Arlington, TX 76018 • (817) 459-2800

UNITED STATES CONGRESS SENATE Senator John Cornyn (R) 517 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510 Main: (202) 224-2934 • Fax: (202) 228-2856 5001 Spring Valley Road, Suite 1125E, Dallas, TX 75244 Main: (972) 239-1310 • Fax: (972) 239-2110 Senator Ted Cruz (R) 404 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510 Main: (202) 224-5922 • Fax: (202) 224-0776 Lee Park Tower II, 3626 N. Hall St., Suite 410, Dallas, TX 75219 Main: (214) 599 8749

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Congressman Joe Barton (R-6th District) 2107 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515 Main: (202) 225-2002 • Fax: (202) 225-3052 6001 W. Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway, Suite 200 Arlington, TX 76017 Main: (817) 543-1000 • Fax: (817) 548-7029 Congressman Marc Veasey (D-33rd District) 1519 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515 Main: (202) 225-9897 • Fax: (202) 225-9702 6707 Brentwood Stair Road, Suite 200, Fort Worth, TX 76112 Main: (817) 920-9086 • Fax: (817) 920-9324


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY ACCOUNTANTS, CERTIFIED PUBLIC (CPA) Aprende Coaching 3208 Algonquin Ave. Arlington, TX 76017 817-704-3473 FAX 817-719-2788

Kleiber & Associates, CPAs 1188 W. Pioneer Parkway Arlington, TX 76013-6367 817-277-0733 FAX 817-277-9604 See ad, page 56

Shelton, Mead & Shelton 218 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-461-5551 FAX 817-461-9540

Lalitha Krishnan, CPA 4208 High Mesa Court Arlington, TX 76016-4604 817-478-7030 214-826-4579

Sutton Frost Cary LLP 600 Six Flags Drive, Ste 600 Arlington, TX 76011-6340 817-649-8083 FAX 817-649-3202

Carl Laneri Jr. PC P.O. Box 152502 Arlington, TX 76015 817-277-7191 FAX 817-886-8606

Lam, Po & Xu, CPAs 1170 Corporate Drive West, Ste 204 Arlington, TX 76006-6813 817-640-1108 FAX 817-649-5006

Virden, Chapman & Virden, PLLC 1205 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76013 817-274-2981 FAX 817-860-2377

Charles W. Green, Inc 216 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-856-2015 FAX 817-856-2019

Lee L. Bibb CPA, P.C. 1601 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 111 Arlington, TX 76011 817-909-0941 FAX 817-801-4710

Christopher J. Wade CPA PC 4303 S. Bowen Road, Ste 127 Arlington, TX 76016 817-855-0064 FAX 817-855-0065

Michael Talambas, CPA 2313 Roosevelt Drive, Ste B Arlington, TX 76016 817-861-1040 FAX 817-394-1875

Woodlee Consulting, CPA P.O. Box 172336 Arlington, TX 76017 817-465-1120 FAX 817-465-1121

Debra J. Freiheit, CPA, MS 1205 N. Fielder Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-277-5498 FAX 817-265-8905

PSK LLP 3001 Medlin Drive, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76015 817-664-3000 FAX 817-664-3001

Jack Loteryman CPA PC 1601 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 124 Arlington, TX 76011 817-719-0022 FAX 817-887-0804

R. Barry Johnson & Company, P.C. 1504 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-265-6696 FAX 817-265-6726

Mabon Tax and Accounting Services 5271 West Cove Way Grand Prairie, TX 75052 817-807-1344

James W. Bass, CPA 2709 Monarch Drive Arlington, TX 76006-3711 214-244-7700

Robert Brackeen, CPA 2225 E Randol Mill Road, Ste 515 Arlington, TX,76011 817-608-9110 FAX 817-640-6256

Jennifer K. Maddox CPA & Associates, LLC. 107 E. Park Row Dr. Arlington, TX 76010 817-274-6314 FAX 817-274-6316

Parker & Richardson 500 E. Broad St. Mansfield, TX 76063 817-226-6100 FAX 817-226-6622

S. Justin Piepgrass, CPA PLLC 1400 W. Mayfield Road, Ste 300 Arlington, TX 76015 817-466-3370 FAX 817-549-0168

Joe Bruner, CPA 2311 Autumn Oaks Trail Arlington, TX 76006 817-633-2332 FAX 817-633-1919

Scott Anders, CPA PLLC 420 E. Lamar Blvd, Ste 106 Arlington, TX 76011 817-538-5282

K.P. Monaco & Associates, P.C. 708 N. Fielder Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-460-3143 FAX 817-460-3103

Serna & Company, P.C. 6031 W. I-20, #251 Arlington, TX 76017 817-483-3884 FAX 817-483-3889

Byron D. Laasko, CPA 1903 Central Drive, Ste 315 Bedford, TX 76021 817-267-7050

ACCOUNTING SERVICES B2B CFO 5729 Sage Bloom Drive Arlington, TX 76017 817-505-5453 Coordinare P.O. Box 1413 Hurst, TX 76053 817-676-2888

ADVERTISING Bing Outdoor Media, LLC P.O. Box 27488 Austin, TX 78755 512-775-1098 BrandEra Inc 219 S. Main St., Ste 301 Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-927-7750 FAX 817-924-8603 Mayes Media Group 312 Creekwood Drive Sunnyvale, TX 75182 214-208-5842


Money Mailer of DFW South P.O. Box 543097 Grand Prairie, TX 75054 214-212-1873 Performing Ads Company 910 Muirfield Drive Mansfield, TX 76063 817-429-4949 FAX 817-841-1017 Wheeler Advertising 624 Six Flags Drive, Ste 124 Arlington, TX 76011 817-633-3183 AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES SERVICES L3 Technologies Link Simulation & Training 2200 Arlington Downs Road Arlington, TX 76011 817-619-3537 AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS Climate Experts A/C and Heating Inc 118 Lemon Drive Arlington, TX 76018 817-999-4665 FAX 817-466-3565 Comfort Technologies 2311 Michigan Court Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016 817-542-0945 AIR CONDITIONING REPAIR Douglass Heat & Air 3212 S. Shady Lane Arlington, TX 76001-7732 817-483-1686 Houk Air Conditioning Inc. 833 111th St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-265-1191 FAX 817-265-1146 Tom’s Mechanical, Inc. 735 109 Street Arlington, TX 76011 817-277-4493 FAX 817-649-2744 AIRCRAFT DEALERS Airbus Helicopters 1782 Airport Road Columbus, MS, 39701 662-244-6310 FAX 662-327-6474

ASC Industries 1227 Corporate Drive West Arlington, TX 76006-0728 817-640-1300 FAX 817-649-2685 Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc. P.O. Box 482 Fort Worth, TX 76101-0482 817-280-2425 817-280-8221 Van Bortel Aircraft, Inc. 4912 S. Collins St. Arlington, TX 76018 817-468-7788 FAX 817-465-7412 AIRCRAFT SERVICING & MAINTENANCE Harrison Aviation 5070 S. Collins St. Arlington, TX 76018 817-557-0350 FAX 817-557-2756 AIRLINES American Airlines P.O. Box 619616 MD 5575 HDQ DFW Airport, TX 75261-9616 817-967-2340 FAX 817-967-1477 DFW International Airport P.O. Box 619428 DFW Airport, TX 75261 972-973-5220 AMBULANCE SERVICE American Medical Response 3701 New York Ave., Ste 140 Arlington, TX 76014 817-460-0986 FAX 817-460-1983 AMUSEMENT PLACES Ace Amusements P.O. Box 172202 Arlington, TX 76003-2202 817-516-9766 See ad, page 56 Dallas Cowboys Sports Complex One Cowboys Pkwy Frisco, TX 75034 972-497-4365 See ad, inside back cover ANTIQUES DEALERS C&W Antiques 2100 N. Highway 360, Ste 705-706 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 817-637-7637

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ARCHITECTS ARCTURIS 420 Throckmorton St., Ste 200 Fort Worth, TX 76102 314-206-7100 FAX 314-231-9801

Center Place Apartments 3005 S. Center St. Arlington, TX 76014 817-467-7929

CHS Architects, Inc. 2500 N.E. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-3199 FAX 817-649-8863


CM Architecture 1300 Summit Ave., Ste 300 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-877-0418

404 Border Apartments 404 Border St. Arlington, TX 76010 682-401-1919 Amp @ The Grid 765 Polk Drive Arlington, TX 76011 817-277-9100 FAX 817-277-9101 Liv+ Arlington 1001 Center St. Arlington, TX 76019 844-548-7587 Rio on the Parkway 504 Dudley Circle Arlington, TX 76010 817-795-9500 FAX 817-795-9501 APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED Chesterfield Apartments 5700 Median Way Arlington, TX 76017 817-516-1110 FAX 817-478-7755 Residence on Lamar 1224 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011 817-265-5072 FAX 817-548-0132 Springfield at Ballpark Way Apartments 2108 Calais Way Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-8748 FAX 817-652-0791 Woodland West Apartments 2513 Lynnwood Arlington, TX 76013 817-261-3636 FAX 817-795-5431 APPAREL STORES, USED CLOTHING Clothes Mentor 1325 W. I-20, Ste 101 Arlington, TX 76017 972-521-8019

HBJ Architects 520 Avenue H, East ,Ste 110 Arlington, TX 76011 972-438-4380 LBL Architects, Inc. 1106 W. Randol Mill Road, Ste 300 Arlington, TX 76012 817-265-1510 FAX 817-265-1582 Quorum Architects, Inc. 707 W. Vickery Blvd., Ste 101 Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-546-6318 Sterling Barnett Little, Inc. 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76011 817-792-2100 Terry Cunningham 3604 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 682-667-0044 Type Six Design 300 E. Abram St., Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76010 682-365-3381 ASSEMBLY & FABRICATING SERVICES General Assembly 1011 Oakmead Drive Arlington, TX 76011 817-277-9533 FAX 817-277-9411 Integrated Manufacturing and Assembly (Lear Corporation) 3700 New York Ave. Arlington, TX 76014 817-466-2764 FAX 817-466-2742

Lear Corporation 1501 E. Bardin Arlington, TX 76018 817-419-3070 ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES Abiding Joy Senior Care Home 1133 Ridgewood Terrace Arlington, TX 76012 682-365-0263 Brookdale Pecan Park 915 N. Fielder Arlington, TX 76012 817-265-6900 FAX 817-265-6906 Elmcroft of Arlington Assisted Living 4101 W. Arkansas Lane Arlington, TX 76016 817-469-7671 FAX 817-469-1423 Heartis Arlington 3424 W. I-20 Arlington, TX 76017 817-375-5977 FAX 817-478-6358 Legacy Living Memory Care 1501 N.E. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-795-1700 FAX 817-795-1709 Meadowbrook Memory Care 2300 Little Road Arlington, TX 76016 817-451-9700 FAX 817-451-9701 ATTORNEYS Allbee Law Firm 2225 E. Randol Mill Road, Ste 312 Arlington, TX 76011 817-244-6453 FAX 817-527-2737 Brandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC 2404 Roosevelt Drive Arlington, TX 76016 817-841-9906 888-668-7504 Lauren Gaydos Duffer, P.C. 1521 N. Cooper St., Ste 710 Arlington, TX 76011 817-548-5643 FAX 817-719-9408 Vicki Hafer Family Law 101 E. Park Row Arlington, TX 76010 817-548-1000 FAX 817-548-1070

Cantey Hanger, L.L.P. 600 W. 6th St., Ste 300 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-877-2800 FAX 817-333-2943 Curnutt & Hafer, L.L.P. 101 E. Park Row Arlington, TX 76010 817-548-1180 FAX 817-548-1070 George Griffith & Lori DeAngelis Griffith, P.C. 1119 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste 107 Arlington, TX 76013 817-265-6557 FAX 817-861-2775 Goodman & Clark 5001 S. Cooper St., Ste 212 Arlington, TX 76017-5993 817-460-8171 FAX 817-861-2125 Harris Cook, LLP 709 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-275-8765 FAX 817-460-8060 See ad, page 56 Harrison Steck, P.C. 512 Main St., Ste 1100 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-348-0400 817-348-0406 Hasten & Hansen Attorneys 1101 N. Little Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-429-0956 FAX 817-496-4605 Jim Ross Law Group, P.C. 2301 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 175 Arlington, TX 76006 817-275-4100 FAX 817-275-4106 Jones Hassett, P.C. 440 N. Center St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-265-0440 817-265-1440 Keizer, P.C., M. John 4025 Woodland Park Blvd., Ste 310 Arlington, TX 76013 817-983-0100 FAX 817-983-0101

Law Office of Kenneth Newell, PLLC 3420 Roberts Cut Off Road Fort Worth, TX 76114 682-708-3494 FAX 817-394-2030 Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, L.L.P. 100 Throckmorton, Ste 300 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-877-4589 FAX 817-877-0601 Melvin Legal, PLLC 9111 Cochran Bluff Lane Dallas, TX 75220 469-766-3502 Michelle Savage Deuell, J.D. 1305 Blue Lake Blvd. Arlington, TX 76005 817-707-6545 Norred Law, PLLC 515 E. Border Arlington, TX 76001 817-704-3984 FAX 817-524-6686 Parks Huffman McVay Shepard & Wells 503 E. Border St. Arlington, TX 76010-7402 817-861-1000 FAX 817-469-1000 Peirson Patterson, Attorneys 2310 W. Interstate 20, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76017-1668 817-461-5500 FAX 817-856-6090 Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott 500 E. Border St., Ste 640 Arlington, TX 76010-4301 817-461-3344 FAX 817-860-6509 Pierson Behr, Attorneys 301 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-265-7771 FAX 817-861-9008 Pope, Hardwicke, Christie, Schell, Kelly & Taplett, L.L.P. 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 300 Arlington, TX 76011 817-299-2841 FAX 817-795-4864 See ad, page 8


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY William K. Rosenberry, Attorney 1400 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 1 817-461-6601 FAX 817-277-6815


Law Office of Sandra Sprott, P.C. 1601 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 102 Arlington, TX 76011 817-721-4156 FAX 817-394-1829

Lone Star Auto Brokers 7445 N.S. Hwy 287 Arlington, TX 76001 817-478-2100 FAX 817-549-6105


Mahrouq Enterprises International 1911 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-469-6008 FAX 817-274-2872

J & S Audio Visual Inc. 9150 N Royal Ln Irving, TX 75063-2437 214-441-1528 FAX 214-441-1582 AUDIOLOGISTS 720 N. Watson Arlington, TX 76011 817-754-8929


Kos/Danchak Audiology & Hearing Aids 101 W. Randol Mill Rd, Ste100 Arlington, TX 76011 817-277-7039 See ad, page 17

D & M Leasing 2730 N. Hwy 360 Grand Prairie, TX 75050-7801 817-461-8888 FAX 817-633-1096


General Motors Arlington Assembly Plant 2525 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010-1346 See ad, page 35

Align Auto Collision & Paint, Inc. 7204 E. Kennedale Pkwy. Kennedale, TX 76060 817-274-2262



North Texas Collision Center 1400 Blue Danube Street Arlington, TX 76015 817-832-7487

Cardone Industries 5501 Whitaker Ave. Philadelphia, PA, 19124 215-912-3000 FAX 215-912-3810

North Texas Collision Center 1220 Corporate Dr. E. Arlington, TX 76006 682-276-3307 FAX 682-276-3641

Newmatics Air LLC 1832 Lone Star Road Mansfield, TX 76063 817-795-3082

AUTO DEALERS - NEW BMW of Arlington 1105 E Lamar Blvd Arlington, TX 76011-0490 817-461-2222 Classic Buick GMC 1400 Interstate 20 East Arlington, TX 76018 817-375-3000 FAX 817-375-3090 Park Place Motorcars Arlington 4201 Beltway Place Arlington, TX 76018 214-224-1971

Summit Racing Equipment 2200 E. Interstate 20 Arlington, TX 76018 800-230-3030 AUTO REPAIR & SERVICES Dent Empire 1716 E. Abram St., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76010 817-303-6400 FAX 817-303-6402 Sam & Joe’s Foreign Car Repair 2101 Duluth Drive Arlington, TX 76013-6002 817-277-4321 FAX 817-277-0669

Service Pros Auto Center 5611 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017 817-465-7767 AUTOMOBILE DEALER Don Davis Auto Group 2356 E. Road to Six Flags Arlington, TX 76011 817-461-1000 Wolko Auto Sales 924 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-542-6272 FAX 817-200-6272 AWARD & RECOGNITION Accent Awards & Trophies 1815 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-469-8791 FAX 817-795-1617 All American Awards 1206 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-261-8071 FAX 817-261-0020 Recognition Source 3109 E. Randol Mill Arlington, TX 76011 214-678-9994 BAKERIES - RETAIL Nothing Bundt Cakes Arlington-Mansfield 5001 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017 817-557-2253 Nothing Bundt Cakes N. Arlington 839 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011 817-583-6522 Smallcakes Arlington 4000 Five Points Blvd., Ste 161 Arlington, TX 76018 817-442-2253 Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery & Boutique 2410 W. Abram St., Ste 126 Arlington, TX 76013 817-903-8661 The Cakery/Marcona Kitchen 2430 N. Davis Drive, Ste 105 Arlington, TX 76012 817-310-3377


BANKS Affiliated Bank 2326 W. Pleasant Ridge Road Arlington, TX 76015 817-460-8052 FAX 817-460-8408 See ad, page 34 American National Bank of Texas Small Business Division 2720 W. 7th Street, Ste 201 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-570-1002 FAX 817-570-1091 Bank of America 500 W. 7th St., 2nd Floor Fort Worth, TX 76102-4700 817-390-6906 Colonial Savings 1605 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76013-3337 817-860-7331 FAX 817-460-9574 First Bank Texas 4201 Airport Freeway Bedford, TX 76021 817-553-2515 FAX 817-553-2501 Frost Bank - Cooper 5901 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76016 FAX 817-420-5200 See ad, page 36 Frost Bank - Downtown Arlington Motorbank 120 S. East St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-420-5200 Frost Bank - Lake Arlington 5500 W. Arkansas Lane Arlington, TX 76016 817-420-5200 Frost Bank - Mansfield 1000 N. Walnut Creek Drive Mansfield, TX 76063 817-420-5200 FAX 817-420-5265 Frost Bank - North Arlington 1881 N. Ballpark Way Arlington, TX 76006-0098 817-420-5200 FAX 817-420-5589

JPMorgan Chase Bank - Arkansas 700 W. Arkansas Arlington, TX 76013 817-276-6312 FAX 817-276-6301 JPMorgan Chase Bank - Bowen 1301 S. Bowen Road, Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76013 817-548-3038 FAX 817-860-9912 JPMorgan Chase Bank - Cooper 3800 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76105 682-518-9570 FAX 682-518-7427 JPMorgan Chase Bank E. Border 500 E. Border, Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76010 817-856-3135 FAX 817-856-3159 JPMorgan Chase Bank - Matlock 3751 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76015 817-468-8649 FAX 817-557-1753 JPMorgan Chase Bank - Pioneer 1600 E. Pioneer Pkwy Mail Code TX1-3318 Arlington, TX 76010 817-548-4127 FAX 817-548-4166 JPMorgan Chase Bank S Cooper 4828 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017 817-472-3906 FAX 817-472-3930 JPMorgan Chase Bank P.O. Box 2050 Fort Worth, TX 76113-2050 817-884-5730 FAX 817-884-5659 Mutual of Omaha Bank 6300 Ridglea Place, #200 Fort Worth, TX 76116 817-210-3538 Neighborhood Credit Union 321 E. Sublett Road Arlington, TX 76018 214-748-9393 Origin Bank 5800 Camp Bowie Blvd., Ste 100 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-706-5769

PlainsCapital Bank 1501 N. Center St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-698-4750 FAX 817-698-4730

Wells Fargo - Copeland 1250 E. Copeland Road, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76011 817-303-1902 FAX 817-277-6628

Worthington National Bank 200 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-303-5900 FAX 817-303-5906


Prosperity Bank Arlington 4110 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76016 817-635-2900 FAX 817-635-2939

Wells Fargo - Fort Worth 201 Main St., Ste 200 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-334-7078 FAX 817-878-2822



Regions Bank 3951 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76014 817-557-9041 FAX 817-557-4753

Wells Fargo - N. Collins 2000 N. Collins St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-277-5017 FAX 817-807-4208

Southside Bank 1320 S. University Drive, Ste 100 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-367-4698

Wells Fargo - Park Row 2611 W. Park Row Arlington, TX 76013 817-274-2545 FAX 817-276-9614

Southside Bank 2831 W. Park Row Arlington, TX 76013 817-860-5626 FAX 817-860-3839 Southside Bank P.O. Box 150099 Fort Worth, TX 76109-0099 817-367-5409 FAX 817-795-5623 Southside Bank South Arlington 950 W. Arbrook Blvd Arlington, TX 76015 817-367-5406 Southwest Bank 3641 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76015-2020 817-298-5499 Southwest Bank 3641 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76015 817-840-1990 FAX 817-795-4801 Texas Capital Bank 300 Throckmorton, Ste 200 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-852-4008 Wells Fargo - Brown Blvd 1889 Brown Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-303-3164 FAX 817-303-3159

Wells Fargo - S. Cooper 5425 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017 817-419-6919 FAX 817-472-9754 Wells Fargo - SW Arlington 5905 W. Poly Webb Road Arlington, TX 76016 817-563-3240 FAX 817-478-9465 Wells Fargo Bank N.A. 1520 E Copeland Road, Ste 750 Arlington, TX 76011 817-299-5426 FAX 817-299-5433 Wells Fargo 1400 S. Main, 2nd Floor Grapevine, TX 76051-5548 817-251-1149 Wells Fargo 1520 E. Copeland Road, Ste 750 Arlington, TX 76011 817-483-3000 FAX 817-483-1064 Wells Fargo-Matlock 101 E. I-20 Arlington, TX 76018 817-467-5121 FAX 817-419-3806 Wells Fargo - N Arlington 1250 E. Copeland Road, Ste 750 Arlington, TX 76011-4993 817-277-6565 FAX 817-807-1049

Mediterranean Villa 1111 Wet N Wild Way Arlington, TX 76011 817-557-2700 FAX 817-299-9835 The Courtyard Villa 1801 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-277-4989 BARBERS Arlington’s Old Tyme Barbershop 603 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-863-2301 BEAUTY SALONS Sienna Salon and Spa 213 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010 682-365-2271 BEAUTY SALONS & SERVICES Faux Cil Lash Studio 6204 S. Cooper St., Ste 120 Arlington, TX 76001 682-553-6495 The Lash Cove 1523 S. Bowen Road Pantego, TX 76013 817-462-4634 BED & BREAKFAST ACCOMMODATIONS The Sanford House 506 N. Center St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-861-2129 FAX 817-861-2030 The Thornton Inn Bed & Breakfast 719 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-262-5600 BEDS - RETAIL Joerns Healthcare 2100 Design Road, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76014 800-826-0270

Adventure Electric Bicycles, LLC 1060 N.E. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 972-641-7771 AdventureElectric.Bike Carter BloodCare 2205 Highway 121 Bedford, TX 76021 817-412-5369 FAX 817-412-5349 BOWLING United States Bowling Congress 621 Six Flags Drive Arlington, TX 76011 800-514-2695 FAX 817-385-8238 BREWERIES Division Brewing 506 E. Main Arlington, TX 76010 682-276-1276 Legal Draft Beer Co. 500 E. Division St., Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76012 817-962-2210 BUILDING CONTRACTORS Native Solutions, Inc. 1960 W. Northwest Hwy., Ste B Dallas, TX 75220 214-572-9528 FAX 972-506-9111 BUILDING MATERIALS - RETAIL Acme Brick Company 801 Airport Freeway Euless, TX 76040 817-685-9641 FAX 682-503-5100 BUSINESS BROKERS Rainwater Business Advisors LLC P.O. Box 122496 Arlington, TX 76012 817-946-9538 BUSINESS CONSULTANTS Allied Supply Chain Support & Svcs., Inc. 1402 Corinth St., Ste 143 Dallas, TX 75215 972-293-1466 JP Fulfillment Logistics 3996 Scientific Drive, Ste 180 Arlington, TX, 76014 682-990-8900 FAX 682-990-8980

Kreativ Fuse Graphic Design 1221 Cameron St. Fort Worth, TX 76115 682-317-8826 PeopleResults 313 Elkhorn Trail Keller, TX 76248 817-825-2593 The Tappe Group 1805 Mossy Oak St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-689-0056 FAX 817-548-0373 VetStarts 1910 Sabine Pass Arlington, TX 76006 817-999-2572 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Tarrant Small Business Development Center 1150 South Freeway, Ste 229 Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-515-2603 FAX 817-515-0921 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SERVICES TPx Communications, Univ. Centre 11 1320 S. University Drive, Ste 215 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-289-7414 BUSINESS SCHOOLS A+ Academy Driving School, LLC. 807 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 361-510-9442 CAMPGROUNDS & RECRATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS Dallas Arlington KOA 2715 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-277-6600 FAX 817-277-4545 Treetops RV Resort 1901 W. Arbrook Blvd. Arlington, TX 76015 817-467-7943 CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS Arlington Cancer Center 906 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-261-4906 FAX 817-261-5837


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY CANDY - RETAIL Nancy’s Toffee, Etc. 3401 Heatherbrook Drive Arlington, TX 76001 817-467-7212 nancy’ CAR WASHING & POLISHING Legends Express Car Wash 5521 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017 682-232-1823 CARPET & RUG CLEANERS Cosmopolitan Carpet & Rug Cleaning 2226 Michigan Ave. .Ste B Arlington, TX 76013 817-265-9031 Landers Carpet Care 2318 Briarwood Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 972-296-6923 CATERERS Awesome Catering DFW 2716 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-305-1173 Babe’s Chicken Dinner House Catering 230 N. Center St. Arlington, TX 76011 972-989-7422 FAX 817-887-3033 Chicago’s Taste & More 7907 Desert Rose Court Arlington, TX 76002 817-881-3407 El Ranchito Restaurant 3517 Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-987-4640 Pokey O’s 2205 W. Division Arlington, TX 76012 817-266-9777 Romano’s Macaroni Grill 1670 W. Interstate 20 Arlington, TX 76017 817-784-1197 FAX 817-557-1769 Simply Divune Catering P.O. Box 150562 Arlington, TX 76015 817-381-2227

Spring Creek Barbeque Catering Co. 2340 W. Interstate 20, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76017
 817-467-0505 FAX 817-493-5238 CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE American Indian Chamber of Commerce 11245 Indian Trail Dallas, TX 75229 817-429-2323 Asian Chamber - US Pan Asian Chamber Southwest 711 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 103A Arlington, TX 76011 682-367-1393 FAX 817-469-9485 Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce 777 Taylor St., Ste 900 Fort Worth, TX 76102-4914 817-336-2491 FAX 817-877-4034 Tarrant County Asian American Chamber of Commerce 202 E. Border St. Arlington, TX 76010 469-441-8788 FAX 817-212-2697 CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Alliance For Children 1320 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-795-9992 American Legion Post 60 610 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76014 817-822-0455 Arlington Charities, Inc. 811 Secretary Drive Arlington, TX 76015, 1626 817-275-1511 Arlington Life Shelter 325 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-548-9885 Arlington Margarita Society 600 Six Flags Drive, Ste 600 Arlington, TX 76010 FAX 817-462-4264

Arlington Police Foundation P.O. Box 2318 Arlington, TX 76004 817-459-6424

Lionheart Children’s Academy 2912 Little Road Arlington, TX 76016 972-877-0897

Arlington Urban Ministries 701 Dugan Arlington, TX 76010 817-861-8585


Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington, Inc. 608 N. Elm St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-275-6551 Meals on Wheels 5740 Airport Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76117 817-258-6414 Mission Metroplex/ Mission Arlington 210 W. South St. Arlington, TX 76010-7134 817-277-6620 United Way of Tarrant County Arlington Regional Office 401 W. Sanford St., Ste 2600 Arlington, TX 76011, 7072 817-548-9595 Vernon Wells’ Perfect 10 Charity P.O. Box 271119 Flower Mound, TX 75027 214-995-4617

CHEMICAL PLANT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Demilec (USA), LLC 3315 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-4900 FAX 817-633-2000 Parry America Inc 1521 N. Cooper St., Ste 350 Arlington, TX 76011 972-325-1227 FAX 972-325-1259 CHILD CARE Bowen Road Day School 517 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76013 817-275-1291 FAX 817-548-0002 Kaizen Academy Little Scholars Daycare 7301 Matlock Road, Ste 107 Arlington, TX 76002 817-583-6321


Active Family Wellness Center 4927 S. Collins St., Ste 105 Arlington, TX 76018 817-557-2770 FAX 817-557-1795 See ad, page 29 Arlington Chiropractic Center, LLC 2401 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste 145 Pantego, TX 76013 682-276-1532 FAX 817-453-3970 Arlington Wellness Chiropractic Center 601 Omega Drive, Ste 202 Arlington, TX 76014 817-472-7700 FAX 817-472-7701 Capuli Chiropractic 2223 W. Park Row, Ste C, Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-1131 FAX 817-460-1195 Resolute Family Chiropractic 295 S.W. Plaza Arlington, TX 76016 817-987-6229 FAX 817-754-6639 Tricare Chiropractic, P.A. 800 W. Arbrook Blvd., Ste 110 Arlington, TX 76015 817-987-4150 FAX 817-987-4151 CHURCHES First Baptist Church 301 S. Center, Ste 500 Arlington, TX 76010 817-277-6353 FAX 817-276-6499 First United Methodist Church of Arlington 313 N. Center St. Arlington, TX 76011-7536 817-274-2571 FAX 817-459-0597 Gospel City Church 2201 W. Park Row Drive Pantego, TX 76013 817-319-2114

Household of Faith 5001 New York Ave. Arlington, TX 76018 817-461-8857 FAX 817-676-9067 Lake Arlington Baptist Church 2912 Little Road Arlington, TX 76016-1725 817-451-4110 Mount Olive Baptist Church 301 W. Sanford Arlington, TX 76011 817-274-3644 FAX 817-274-5803 The Church on Rush Creek 2350 S.W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76017 817-468-7729 CIGAR, CIGARETTE & TOBACCO DEALERS - RETAIL Tobacco Road Fine Cigars & Golf 3118 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-360-3960 FAX 817-652-0407 CLEANERS Oaks Cleaners 1122 N. Fielder Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-274-8729 CLINICS - MEDICAL Renew Medical Weight Loss 801 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-784-7400 CLOTHING - RETAIL LuLaRoe Vanessa Bingham 3805 Glenbrook Drive Arlington, TX 76015 817-557-0009 The Man’s Shop by Wally Hardin 100 S. West St. Arlington, TX 76010-1091 817-265-1116 FAX 817-548-7224 COACHING BUSINESS & PERSONAL Peggy Ann Pratt, Life Skills Coach, C.Ht. 2203 Shady Meadow Court Arlington, TX 76013-0492 817-235-4386




Corner Bakery Cafe 3810 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-465-6690 FAX 817-465-9039

H.A.M. Company P.O. Box 224 Arlington, TX 76004-0224 817-583-6167

First Rate, Inc. 1903 Ascension Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-525-1905 FAX 817-525-1903 See ad, page 49

COMEDY CLUB The Improv Comedy Club & Black Dog Pizza Restaurant 309 Curtis Mathes Way, Ste 147 Arlington, TX 76018 817-635-5555 FAX 817-635-5560 COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION The Cordish Companies 601 E. Pratt St., 6th Floor Baltimore, MD, 21202 410-369-0966 See ad, page 11 Foster CM Group, Inc 8610 N. New Braunfels Ave., Ste 606 San Antonio, TX 78217 210-804-1004 Reliable Paving Company, Inc. 1903 N. Peyco Drive Arlington, TX 76001 817-467-0779 Tricon Construction, Inc. 2340 W. Interstate 20, Ste 220 Arlington, TX 76017 817-419-9500 Turnbow Construction 2505 Miller Lane, Ste 101 Pantego, TX 76013 817-891-1160 FAX 817-460-5784 COMMERCIAL CLEANING Magnolia Cleaning Company Arlington, TX 817-466-6733 Octagon Building Care P.O. Box 93 Bedford, TX 76095 972-951-1084 COMMUNICATION CONSULTANTS PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS AT&T 2401 E. Randol Mill Road, Ste 469 Arlington, TX 76011-6310 Mouthpiece Communications 214-577-9094

Verizon / A Wireless 5960 S. Cooper St., Ste 114 Arlington, TX 76017 817-618-9494 COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Viridian Community Association 3104 N. Collins St., #7 Arlington, TX 76005 817-200-6308 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS Peter Scott 3005 Iron Stone Court Arlington, TX 76006 817-366-9621 Tarrant County Community Development & Housing, County Administrator’s Office 1509-B S. University Drive, Ste 276 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-338-9129 FAX 817-339-9136 COMPUTER & EQUIPMENT REPAIR & SERVICES Computers By Stan and Network Soulutions 316 Navarro Lane Grand Prairie, TX 75052 214-675-2577 Quick Response Systems, Inc, 701 Dalworth St. Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-263-9111 COMPUTER NETWORKING

Hunter Well Science, Inc 2004 E. Randol Mill, Ste 502 Arlington, TX 76011 817-600-3622 FAX 817-303-7603

J. Wales Construction, LCL 4809 Century Drive Fort Worth, TX 76140 817-686-7100 FAX 817-210-6251 See ad, page 34

MARTEX Software Inc. 2201 Brookhollow Plaza Drive, Ste 135 Arlington, TX 76006 817-608-9511 FAX 817-633-4551

KWA Construction 16800 Westgrove Drive, Ste 300 Addison, TX 75001 214-978-0177 FAX 214-999-1052

Rethink Workflow, Inc. 3431 Mayhill Court Arlington, TX 76014 682-235-9028

Landscape Construction Co. 4101 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76016 817-881-0136

The Pinnacle Corporation 201 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-795-5555 FAX 817-795-0005 CONCRETE RESTORATION & REPAIR American Concrete Coating 401 Crowley Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-588-2055 CONFERENCE CENTER Center Space Coworking 609 E. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-719-8020

Bit By Bit Computer Consultants 2103 Lakehill Court Arlington, TX 76012 817-276-0323


MicroSage Inc. 801 Stadium Drive, Ste 109 Arlington, TX 76011 817-469-6211 FAX 817-303-4475

Aim Paving & Construction 4709-D Turner Warnell Road Arlington, TX 76001 817-561-5200

RightfIT Network Solutions 2012 E. Randol Mill Road, Ste 210 Arlington, TX 76011 817-886-2687

Firemans Paving Contractors 2313 E. Loop 820 N. Fort Worth, TX 76118 817-900-6947 FAX 817-953-0789

A&A Installation Inc. 5216 Airport Freeway Haltom City, TX 76117 817-825-0394

The Development Corporation of Tarrant County 1509-B S. University Drive, Ste 208 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-870-9008 FAX 817-870-1023

Longbow Partners 749 N. Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76164 Ownby Consulting 7106 Lighthouse Road Arlington, TX 76002 817-233-4439 Paulette Tutor 2 Toscany Court Mansfield, TX 76063 817-454-6920 Purchasing Solutions International, Inc. 1824 8th Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76110 817-862-8774 FAX 817-862-9774 Royal Digital Solutions, Inc. 2212 Arlington Downs Road, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-8898 The Stoglin Group P.O. Box 171687 Arlington, TX 76003 817-690-8571



ACARI Management Group, Inc. 1901 N. Hwy 360, Ste 650 Arlington, TX 76006 817-303-2133

Billy’s Service 4090 H C Meacham Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76135 469-499-6025

Byrne Construction Services 2601 Scott Ave., Ste 300 Fort Worth, TX 76103 817-335-3394 FAX 817-877-0452

Caffey Group 8851 Camp Bowie W., Ste 100 Fort Worth, TX 76116 817-348-9766 FAX 817-348-9768

Con-Real, LP 1900 Ballpark Way, Ste 110 Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-4420 FAX 817-640-4430 See ad, page 53 Titan Contractors 207 E. Avenue East Midlothian, TX 76065 817-473-7663 CONSULTING SERVICES

Connection Drywall 2909 Turner Warnell Arlington, TX 76001 817-419-8779 FAX 682-587-4626

ActionCOACH of DFW 262 Carroll St., Ste 6 Fort Worth, TX 76107 972-775-0462

Durham Contractors L.L.C. 3008-A W. Division Arlington, TX 76012 682-276-6432

dlb Consultants 320 S. RL Thornton Fwy., Ste 220 Dallas, TX 75203 214-484-2046

CONVENIENCE STORES Murphy USA 701 W. Sublett Arlington, TX 76017 817-419-7690 CONVENTION & TRADE SHOW ORGANIZERS Area 42 Club 3901 W. Arkansas Lane, Ste 111 Arlington, TX 76011 682-200-2828


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY CONVENTION SERVICES & FACILITIES TOURIST & SIGHTSEEING INFORMATION & ATTRACTIONS Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau 1905 E Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76011-0927 817-265-7721 FAX 817-265-5640 COPY MACHINES & SUPPLIES Imagetek Office Systems 220 Westway Place, Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76018 817-465-2450 FAX 817-465-1595 COSMETICS & PERFUMES RETAIL Leisha Norwood, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Inc., 3001 Fox Hill Drive Arlington, TX 76015 817-846-0922 Mary Kay Beauty Consultant Nikki Hardison 1808 Holm Oak St. Arlington, TX 76012 912-571-1031 COUNSELING SERVICES Family First Counseling 2909 Turner Warnell, Ste 131 Arlington, TX 76001 817-969-5114 FAX 817-40-6416 Powered by Play 1600 Lieschen Court Arlington, TX 76012 469-315-3823 CREDT CARD MECHANTS SERVICES International Merchant Services, Inc. 1331 Airport Freeway, Ste 150 Euless, TX 76040 800-769-2826 FAX 866-499-2080 CREDIT UNIONS EECU 2212 Southgate St. Arlington, TX 76013-6370 817-882-0722 FAX 817-882-0702

Fort Worth Community Credit Union P.O. Box 210848 Bedford, TX 76095-7848 817-835-5215 FAX 817-835-5235 Greater Texas Federal Credit Union 910 Road to Six Flags E. Arlington, TX 76011 817-548-0584 Texas Trust Credit Union 5850 W. Interstate 20, Ste 130 Arlington, TX 76017 972-595-1077 FAX 972-595-1031 DANCE COMPANY EverDance Studio 5930 W. Interstate 20, Ste 250 Arlington, TX 76017 817-476-6265 Palace Dance Center 2909 Turner Warnell, Ste 121 Arlington, TX 76001 817-291-4711 DEFENSE CONTRACTOR Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control P.O. Box 650003, Mail Stop MM-32 Dallas, TX 75265-0003 972-603-0681 DENTISTS Alana K. Macalik, DDS 2265 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-496-7899

Mark Moore DDS Family Dentistry 5501 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76018 817-468-3322 Pecan Park Dental 912 N. Fielder Road Arlington, TX 76013 817-798-8912 Scott A. Morse, D.D.S., P.A. 1009 W. Mitchell Arlington, TX 76013 817-277-5341 FAX 817-461-4600 South Arlington Dental Care 2313 W. Arkansas Lane, Ste111 Arlington, TX 76013 817-860-2222 FAX 817-462-0257 Thomas J. Clayton, D.D.S. 1007 W. Mitchell St., Ste 201 Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-0120 DENTISTS - ORTHODONTISTS Drs. Alexander Orthodontics, Inc. 840 W. Mitchell St. Arlington, TX 76013, 2505 817-275-3233 FAX 817-277-3826 DISC JOCKEY Fun Incorporated Music Service 5728 Polo Club Drive Arlington, TX 76017 817-881-1782 DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER

Cadmus Dental 513 S. Mesquite St., Unit B Arlington, TX 76010 817-683-0663

Oncor Electric Delivery P.O. Box 970 Fort Worth, TX 76101-0970 817-215-6464

Dental Health Arlington 501 W. Sanford St., Ste 11 Arlington, TX 76011 817-277-1165 FAX 817-277-1106


H.V. (Hank) Jacobs, D.D.S. 1010 W. Mitchell St Arlington, TX 76013-2543 817-265-0871 FAX 817-276-0489 iKids Pediatric Dentistry 3801 S. Cooper St., Ste 109 Arlington, TX 76015 817-467-9089 FAX 817-472-9008

All-Pro Fasteners, Inc. 1916 Peyco Drive N. Arlington, TX 76001 817-467-5700 FAX 817-472-6005 DOORS & DOOR FRAMES Cimarron Window and Door 3705 Pimlico Drive Arlington, TX 76017 817-239-5604 DOULA SERVICES Serenity Life Doula 906 Shady Vale Drive Kennedale, TX 76060 512-801-2900


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES, COMMISSIONS, COUNCILS, ETC. Downtown Arlington Management Corp. 500 E. Front St., Ste 140 Arlington, TX 76011 817-303-2800 FAX 817-303-2805 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Dr. Victoria A. Farrar-Myers 1804 Park Highland Way Arlington, TX 76012 817-781-8822 Ennova Learning Solutions 1250 E. Copeland Road, Ste 800 Arlington, TX 76011 866-642-4750 FAX 817-289-3545 Optimum Dialysis Training Academy 101 E. Randol Mill Road, Ste 105 Arlington, TX 76011 817-659-3879 ProLearning 7205 S. Cooper, Ste 111 Arlington, TX 76001 682-561-5876 Rapid Power Management, LLC 4205 Stanley Drive Carrollton, TX 75010 817-501-1404 River Legacy Foundation 703 N.W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-860-6752 FAX 817-860-1595 ELECTRIC COMPANIES ENERGY SERVICES CS Preferred Solutions, LLC 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 308 Arlington, TX 76011 817-677-8184 FAX 817-864-1214 Reliant, an NRG company 2745 Dallas Parkway, Ste 200 Plano, TX 75093 469-416-8124 TXU Energy 6555 Sierra Drive, Ste 2S-04F Irving, TX 75039 972-868-8331 FAX 972-556-6629

ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS Lantek Audio Video & Communications LLC 2780 N. Great Southwest Pkwy. Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-642-9994 Sodd Electric Company P.O. Box 477 Arlington, TX 76004-0477 817-274-5555 FAX 817-274-7291 EMERGENCY MEDICAL CENTERS & CLINICS, FREESTANDING The Emergency Center at Arlington 3321 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 877-336-689 EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES Active Staffing Services 1100 W. Arkansas Lane Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-3333 Blackwell Healthcare 2201 Brookhollow Drive, Ste 165 Arlington, TX 76006 817-987-2294 Burnett’s Staffing, Inc. 2710 Ave E East Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-5255 Pro Staff 700 Highlander, Ste. 110 Arlington, TX 76015 407-461-7955 FAX 214-722-1472 EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTORS TEMPORARY HELP Diversified Sourcing Solutions 430 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste M Arlington, TX 76011 817-261-3400 FAX 817-261-3414 ENERGY MANAGEMENT & CONSERVATION CONSULTANTS Priority Power Management 690 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 500 Arlington, TX 76011 972-314-9008 FAX 866-472-8789 ENERGY SERVICES Jerry Tees, Stream 2104 Inverness Drive Arlington, TX 76017 817-683-8765

Kosmos Solar 1223 Corporate Drive E., Ste F Arlington, TX 76006 254-319-0112 Sunrun 6060 N. Central Expwy, Ste 500 Dallas, TX 75206 469-673-8748 Transparent Energy 530 S Carrier Parkway, Ste 303 Grand Prairie, TX 75051 972-854-6049 FAX 972-854-6149 ENGINEERING CONSULTANT AME Engineering Inc. 3825 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76016 817-653-4122 FAX 817-754-6615 Yaggi Engineering 5840 Interstate 20 W., Ste 270 Arlington, TX 76017 817-483-2373 ENGINEERS - PROFESSIONAL Braun Intertec 2436 E. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76011 817-786-5999 Charles Crook Consulting, Inc. 2400 N. Hwy 287, Ste 110 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-453-1200 Di Sciullo - Terry, Stanton & Associate, Inc 908 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-275-3361 FAX 817-275-8920 Freese and Nichols, Inc. 4055 International Plaza, Ste 200 Fort Worth, TX 76109-4895 817-735-7300 Graham Associates, Inc. 600 Six Flags Drive, Ste 500 Arlington, TX 76011-6321 817-640-8535 FAX 817-633-5240 Jerry Parche Consulting Engineers 1301 S. Bowen Road, Ste 300 Arlington, TX 76013 817-461-2433 FAX 817-461-2433

LandTec Engineers, LLC 1700 Robert Road, Ste 101 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-572-2818 FAX 817-453-9984 MA Engineering & Construction 99 Regency Parkway, Ste 111 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-563-6900 FAX 817-796-1042 Mycoskie McInnis Associates Inc. 200 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010-1630 817-469-1671 FAX 817-274-8757 See ad, page 43

Timeless Concerts 2204 Shadydale Drive Arlington, TX 76012 817-480-2039 TNT Entertainment 2101 Prestonwood Drive Arlington, TX 76012 817-980-3506 ENTERTAINMENT PLACES Alley Cats Entertainment 2008 W Pleasant Ridge Road Arlington, TX 76015 817-784-2695 FAX 817-466-0001 See ad, page 49

Westra Consultants, LLC 1601 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 116 Arlington, TX 76011 817-230-4145 FAX 817-612-6859

Dave & Buster’s 425 Curtis Mathes Way Arlington, TX 76018 817-525-2501 FAX 817-525-2143

Wier & Associates, Inc. 2201 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 200E Arlington, TX 76006 817-467-7700 FAX 817-467-7713


ENTERTAINER FAMILY & BUSINESS DFW Funny Business 916 Wayland Drive Arlington, TX 76012 817-265-5696 FAX 817-274-2123 Symphony Arlington PO Box 202051 Arlington, TX 76006-2051 817-385-0484 FAX 817-274-3593 ENTERTAINMENT Afallon Productions 201 E Abram St Arlington, TX 76010 FAX 817-795-555 Breakout Games 3811 S. Cooper St., Ste 2208 Arlington, TX 76105 817-394-4833 Texas Regional Radio Music Awards P.O. Box 612466 Arlington, TX 75261 972-252-8777 FAX 972-252-3151

Caring Transitions of West Arlington P.O. Box 120273 Arlington, TX 76012 817-496-9383 DFW Estate Liquidators, LLC, 537 Dill Rd. Weatherford, TX 76085 682-239-1746 The Nest Estate Sale Services 119 Laser Lane Weatherford, TX 76087 817-598-8633 FAX 817-764-1955 EVENT PLANNING All-In-Promotions 4725 Collinwood Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-917-3440 Pam’s Ribbons & Roses 2205 W. Division St., Ste B-9 Arlington, TX 76012 817-271-3774 EXPORTERS DN American Trading Co 1405 Sayles Ave. Arlington, TX 76018 469-999-7722 FENCE All Star Fence 2609 Los Olivos Trail Fort Worth, TX 76131 817-312-1005



Aperture Retirement Designs 710 N. Watson Road, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76011 817-385-0710 FAX 817-404-4710

Callaway Financial Services, Inc. 721 N.Fielder Road, Ste C Arlington, TX 76012 817-274-4877 FAX 817-274-5644 See ad page, 34

Bold Financial Partners, LLC 1615 W Abram St, Ste 104 Arlington, TX 76013 682-233-2653

D & B Solutions LLC 4800 Kelly Elliott Road, Lot 118 Arlington, TX 76017 817-228-7245

CFS Advisors LLC 721 N. Fielder Road, Ste C Arlington, TX 76012 817-274-4877 FAX 817-274-5644 Derrick Kinney & Associates 700 Highlander Blvd., Ste 335 Arlington, TX 76015 817-419-6001 Edward Jones Casey Griesemer 3604 S. Cooper St., Ste 110 Arlington, TX 76015 817-557-6930 FAX 866-408-4254 EFC Advisors, LLC 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 214 Arlington, TX 76011 817-795-1095 FAX 817-795-4799 Jason Jones with AXA Advisors 723 N Fielder Road, Ste B Arlington, TX 76012 817-347-4004 Lee Johnson Capital Management 6300 Ridglea Place, Ste 1020 Fort Worth, TX 76116 817-738-1451 Merrill Financial Group 1807 W. Park Row, Ste A Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-4051 FAX 817-277-2176 Phoenix Wealth Partners 4606 Park Springs Blvd., Ste 140 Arlington, TX 76017 817-969-5405 FAX 817-969-5407 The Keever Group, a Financial Advisory Practice of Ameriprise 2340 W. Interstate 20, Ste 214 Arlington, TX 76017 817-465-6000 the-keever-group

Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Joseph M Mentesana 4204 S.W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 130 Arlington, TX 76017 817-483-8080 Edward Jones - Garrett Adams Financial Advisor 2340 W. Interstate 20, Ste 226 Arlington, TX 76017 817-468-0231 Edward Jones Jack Webb Financial Advisor 1521 N. Cooper St, Ste 130 Arlington, TX 76011 817-460-5311 Edward Jones Investments/ Office of Rick Banks 4001 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 207 Arlington, TX 76016 817-483-9557 FAX 888-439-8401 Henning Financial Services, Inc. 5202 Hidden Oaks Court Arlington, TX 76017 817-478-3844 FAX 817-478-1960 Navy Federal Credit Union 4500 Waxing Drive Arlington, TX 76018 817-419-9434 FAX 271-419-9470 People Fund 1150 South Freeway, Ste 106 Fort Worth, TX 76104 682-207-2219 Prime Capital Investment Advisors 15660 N. Dallas Pkwy., Ste 800 Dallas, TX 75248 214-765-5092 FAX 214-765-5109


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Texas First Bank SBA Loan Production Office 2225 E. Randol Mill Road, Ste 422 Arlington, TX 76011 817-652-7474 FAX 817-652-7486 The Success Club/ El Club Del Exito P.O. Box 181942 Arlington, TX 76096 682-232-4477 FAX 817-468-9835 Transamerica Financial Services 5857 Park Vista Circle Fort Worth, TX 76244 682-292-8032 Umbrella Financial Services Tax Solutions Group 1162 W. Pioneer Arlington, TX 76013 817-652-8000 FIRE & WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION PuroClean Property Restoration 4303 S. Bowen Road, Ste 101 Arlington, TX 76016 817-344-7202 Texas Disaster Restoration 2270 Springlake Rd, Ste 400 Farmers Branch, TX 75234 214-989-7674 FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS RE: Security Solutions 2238 - C Michigan Ave Arlington, TX 76013 817-404-4664 SimplexGrinnell, L.P. PO Box 9563 Manchester, NH, 03108 817-625-2582 FAX 817-624-4463 FIRE ARMS TRAINING E&S Gun Safety Training, LLC 4752 Shadyway Drive Arlington, TX 76018 972-989-3950 FAX 817-557-5686 FITNESS CENTERS aRoundJoy at The HoopShack P.O. Box 174155 Arlington, TX 76003-4155 817-925-6625

Jake Salsbury Fitness Solutions, LLC 1005 Briarwood Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-937-8739 Orangetheory Fitness North Arlington 1805 N. Collins St., Ste 111 Arlington, TX 76011 682-206-0879 Power BAR Women’s Fitness 3901 W. Arkansas Lane Ste 114 Arlington, TX 76016 214-390-6885 FLOOR MATERIALS All Pro Floors 7201 S Cooper St, Ste 121 Arlington, TX 76001 682-367-1740 FAX 682-367-1743 Artistic Custom Overlay (AEC PROPERTIES) 2217 Henderson Drive, APT 935 Arlington, TX 76010 214-603-3200 GED’s Carpet and Tile 2985 S Hwy 360 Ste 135 Grand Prairie, TX 75052 972-206-7756 FAX 972-206-7755 FLOORING SALES All Commercial Floors, Inc. 1313 Avenue R Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-647-7885 FAX 972-623-3170 Flooring Perfections 2409 Ave. J, Ste B Arlington, TX 76006 817-522-4640 Fort Worth Carpet Co., Inc. 2603 H 8th Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76110 817-921-3433 FAX 817-921-2333 Hathcock Flooring 6120 C.R. 707 Alvarado, TX 76009 817-991-4145 Hilton’s Flooring 2800 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-461-5189 FAX 817-461-5170

The BOSS - Builders Outlet Super Store 2416 Merrell Road Dallas, TX 75229 972-255-9900 FLORISTS - RETAIL Country Florist 1302 W. Arkansas Lane Arlington, TX 76013 817-277-4082 Eden-Seasonal floral designs 1200 Canterbury Court Arlington, TX 76013 817-239-1877 H.E. Cannon Floral Co.Inc. 512 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-261-2731 FAX 817-861-8355 See ad, page 16 FOOD PRODUCTS Unka Robs Foods 3901 Arlington Highlands Blvd. Arlington, TX 76021 817-805-0025 FOUNDATION CONTRACTORS Perma Pier Foundation Repair 2821 E. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76011 972-400-8088 FAX 214-637-0440 FRANCHISING

Noble Cremations 2401 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste 115 Pantego, TX 76013 817-459-3900 Wade Family Funeral Home 4140 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 817-274-9233 FURNITURE Canales Furniture 2002 E Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-303-7735 FAX 817-469-3581 GAS COMPANIES Atmos Energy 1550 Tech Centre Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76014 888-286-6700 GENERAL CONTRACTORS Bink’s Construction, Inc. 3055 Medlin Arlington, TX 76015 817-467-7809 FAX 817-468-3752 Bob Moore Construction 1110 N. Watson Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-1200 FAX 817-640-1250


Manhattan Construction Company 6300 N. Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75206-4102 214-357-7400

Emerald Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park 500 W. Sublett Road Kennedale, TX 76060 817-572-1681

Mypro Construction 1008 Harrison Ave. Arlington, TX 76011 972-576-6352 FAX 469-713-2498

Greenwood Funeral Homes Cremation Arlington Chapel 1221 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011-7339 817-548-1791

RJ Construction 2912 W. Park Row, Ste A Pantego, TX 76013 817-412-9899 FAX 817-275-0009

Guerrero-Dean Funeral Home 500 E. Main Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-263-5570

Sundt Construction, Inc. 2421 W. 7th St., Ste 300 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-349-2910

Bryant Colley LLC 1169 N. Burleson Blvd., Ste 107-203 Burleson, TX 76028 817-360-5286

Moore Funeral Home and Cemetery 1219 N. Davis Arlington, TX 76012 817-275-2711


GENERAL LINE GROCERY MERCHANT WHOLESALERS Rangers Wholesale 600 Magic Mile St. Arlington, TX, 76011 682-270-0573 FAX 817-923-7320 GENERAL MERCHANDISE RETAIL Decorator’s Warehouse 3708 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-4488 GIFT SHOPS Anything Goes 2504 W. Park Row, B6 Pantego, TX 76013 817-542-0862 Gene Allen’s Gifts 1638 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX, 76012-3035 817-277-7501 FAX 817-265-6880 Gracie Lane 4720 S. Cooper Arlington, TX 76017 817-468-5263 GOLF COURSES - PRIVATE Rolling Hills Country Club 401 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011-3699 817-274-1072 FAX 817-795-7785 Shady Valley Country Club 4001 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013-2940 817-275-3092 GOLF COURSES PRIVATE AND/OR PUBLIC Waterchase Golf Club 8951 Creek Run Road Fort Worth, TX 76120 817-861-4653 FAX 817-861-9176 GOLF INSTRUCTION Riverside Golf Club 3000 Riverside Pkwy. Grand Prairie, TX 75050-6444 817-640-7800 FAX 817-633-3323



City of Arlington P.O. Box 90231 Arlington, TX 76004-3231 817-459-6101 FAX 817-459-6116

Farrar Graphics 600 W. Park Row Arlington, TX 76010-4198 817-274-3663

City of Dalworthington Gardens 2600 Roosevelt Drive Arlington, TX 76016 817-274-7368 FAX 817-265-4401 See ad, page 29 Pantego EDC / Town of Pantego 1614 S. Bowen Road Pantego, TX 76013 817-617-3700 FAX 817-617-3726 State Representative Tony Tinderholt 4381 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 107 Arlington, TX 76016 817-478-5000 State Senator Konni Burton 933 W. Weatherford St., Ste 203 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-882-8157 FAX 817-882-8539 Tarrant County Commissioner, Pct 2 700 E. Abram St., Ste 304 Arlington, TX 76010 817-548-3900 FAX 817-548-3903 Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office 300 W. Belknap Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-884-3099 FAX 817-884-2657 Tarrant County 100 E. Weatherford Fort Worth, TX 76196 817-884-1441 The Honorable Joe Barton P.O. Box 1444 Ennis, TX 75120 972-875-8688 FAX 972-875-8777 U.S. Corps of Engineers 441 G Street N.W., 3rd Floor Washington, DC, 20314-1000 202-761-5517 FAX 202-761-4370 Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County 1320 S. University Drive, Ste 600 Fort Worth, TX 76107-5780 817-413-4400 FAX 817-531-6754

Green Apple Lane P.O. Box 662 Kennedale, TX 76060 817-677-8799 GROCERS - RETAIL Beef Jerky Outlet Arlington 652 Lincoln Square Arlington, TX 76011 817-801-1621 The Kroger Co. 751 Freeport Parkway Coppell, TX 75019 972-785-6001 Walmart Neighborhood Market 735 W. Sublett Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-557-8001 HAIRDRESSING SALON Brian & Ivonne Hairdressing 1211 S. Bowen Road, Ste 118 Arlington, TX 76013 817-971-3371 fb/brianandivonnehairdressing Hairs 2 U Salon & Stes 2225 E, Randol Mill, Ste 636 Arlington, TX 76011 817-701-6657 Shelley’s Red Door 1714 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-303-2269 HARDWARE - RETAIL Westlake’s Arlington Hardware 1705 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013-3504 817-461-5803 FAX 817-548-8040 HEALTH & FITNESS PROGRAM CONSULTANTS Athlete Training and Health 4401 Park Springs Blvd. Arlington, TX 76017 817-522-1876

HEALTH & WELLNESS PRODUCTS - RETAIL World Global 2000 Sandy Lane Dallas, TX 75220 806-559-8322 TDM Nutrition-AdvoCare Ind Distributor 3203 Porma Grand Prairie, TX 75054 469-571-4900 HEALTH AGENCIES National Health Corporation 2221 E. Lamar, Ste 900 Arlington, TX 76006 817-704-7404 HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS Cook Children - Pediatric- Arl 3131 S. Center St. Fort Worth, TX 76104 682-885-4372 FAX 682-885-1067 PPE-LLC / Lugano Health 4813 Cargille Circle Keller, TX 76244 817-975-5170 Texas Health Resources 612 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 300 Arlington, TX 76011 682-236-7937 FAX 682-236-7988 TRINU Healthcare P.O. Box 122113 Arlington, TX 76012 817-265-7524 FAX 817-265-8905 HEALTHCARE Arlington/Mansfield Foot & Ankle Centers PA 400 W. Arbrook, Ste 201 Arlington, TX 76014 817-467-1990 Bettyes Healthcare Network, Inc. 400 N. East St. Arlington, TX 76011 972-322-2162 DermOne Dermatology 1200 Florida Drive, Ste 120 Arlington, TX 76015 800-337-6663 Evergreen Medical Clinic 619 Matlock Center Circle Arlington, TX 76018 817-987-1127 FAX 817-987-1129

Harmony Pharmacy 4388 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 110 Arlington, TX 76016 817-380-3030 FAX 817-476-6766 Hawkins Psychiatry, PLLC 2233 Ave J, Ste 101 Arlington, TX 76006 817-460-7080 FAX 817-460-1220 HerKare 2701 Matlock Road, Ste 105 Arlington, TX 76015 817-489-9875 FAX 682-622-8964 Open Arms Health Clinic 3921 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste D Arlington, TX 76016 817-496-1919 FAX 817-496-6133 PrimeCare Emergency Center 5912 S. Cooper St., Ste 110 Arlington, TX 76017 682-323-8899 FAX 682-323-8910 HEALTH PLANS Texas Health Aetna 614 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 100 Arlington, TX 76011 682-236-6438 HEARING AIDS & ASSISTIVE DEVICES Connect Hearing 1730 W. Randol Mill Road, Ste 190 Arlington, TX 76012 817-265-1466 Koble Hearing 610 Uptown Blvd., Ste 2000 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 817-504-3644 koblehearing@com HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION Stripe-A-Zone 2714 W. Sherman Grand Prarie, TX 75051 972-647-2714 HOME BUILDER D.R. Horton 1341 Horton Circle Arlington, TX 76011 817-390-8200

Endeavor Wall Homes, LLC 2005 N.E. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76006 817-276-3400 Grenadier Homes 1015 Birds Fort Trail Arlington, TX 76005 214-601-5102 MHI 16980 N. Dallas Parkway, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 75248 214 484-6665 R.J. Aldriedge Companies, Inc. P.O. Box 202494 Arlington, TX 76006 817-633-6559 FAX 817-303-3370 HOME HEALTH SERVICES A & T Moore Health Care Corporation 325 S. Mesquite, Ste 105 Arlington, TX 76010 817-277-8606 FAX 817-277-8607 All Star Hospice/Home Health 1100 W. Pioneer Pkwy Arlington, TX 76013 817-714-2255 FAX 817-795-7074 Granny NANNIES 2000 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 600 Arlington, TX 76006 817-303-2150 FAX 817-462-4099 Satori in Home Care 2305 St.Claire Drive Arlington, TX 76012 817-224-2281 FAX 469-547-0820 Visiting Angels 1601 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 109 Arlington, TX 76011 817-795-6316 FAX 817-795-6318 See ad, page 23 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Chase Home Services 2109 Friar Tuck Drive Arlington, TX 76017 817-475-7086 Darnell Green Remodeling 1007 Judy Lynn Drive Arlington, TX 76014 214-587-8443 FAX 817-801-8955


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Home Depot 4611 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-468-4224 FAX 817-472-2488 Studio 811 507 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-908-1854 HOME REPAIR & MAINTENANCE Handyman Matters/ Tried N True Co. 3421 S. Grove St. Fort Worth, TX 76110 817-560-4070 Mr. Handyman of Arlington & NW Mansfield 1223 Corporate Drive, Ste H Arlington, TX, 76006 817-563-7444 HOSPITALS Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington 707 Highlander Blvd. Arlington, TX 76015 817-583-7100 FAX 817-583-7101 See ads, inside front cover, p. 47 Dallas Behavioral Healthcare Hospital 800 Kirnwood Drive Desoto, TX 75115 972-982-0900 JPS Health Network 4400 New York Ave. Arlington, TX 76018 817-921-3431 Medical City Arlington 3301 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76015-2998 817-465-3241 Methodist Mansfield Medical Center 2700 E. Broad St. Mansfield, TX 76063 682-622-2063 Millwood Hospital & Excel Center 1011 N. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76011-5517 817-261-3121 FAX 817-261-7574

Texas Health - Arl. Memorial 800 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76012-2503 817-960-6539 FAX 817-960-6357 See ad, page 5 USMD Hospital at Arlington 801 Interstate Hwy 20 W. Arlington, TX 76017 817-472-3400 FAX 817-472-3536 HOTELS Baymont Inn & Stes 2401 Diplomacy Drive Arlington, TX 76011 817-633-2400 FAX 817-633-3500 Blue Cypress Hotel 117 S. Watson Road Arlington, TX 76010 817-633-4000 FAX 817-633-4931 Courtyard by Marriott, Arlington by The Ballpark 1500 Nolan Ryan Expressway Arlington, TX 76011-4925 817-277-2774 FAX 817-277-3103 Courtyard Marriott Bedford 2201 Airport Freeway Bedford, TX 76021 817-545-2202 FAX 817-571-4655 Crowne Plaza Arlington Stes 700 Avenue H East Arlington, TX 76011-3191 817-394-5000 FAX 817-394-5100 Doubletree by Hilton Arlington DFW South 1507 N. Watson Road Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-7712 arlingtondfwsouth. Hawthorn Stes by Wyndham 2401 Brookhollow Plaza Drive Arlington, TX 76006-7507 817-640-1188 FAX 817-649-4720 Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/ Arlington South 521 E. Interstate 20 Arlington, TX 76018 817-557-8233 FAX 817-557-8230

Hilton Garden Inn 2190 E Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-274-6644

Mid-Cities Human Resource Association P.O. Box 1104 Arlington, TX 76004

Holiday Inn - Arlington 1311 Wet N Wild Way Arlington, TX 76011 817-460-2500 FAX 817-460-2510

Partners W/ Benefits 5840 W. I-20, Ste 235 Arlington, TX 76017 214-390-2021

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Stes 1721 Pleasant Place Arlington, TX 76015 817-784-8750 FAX 817-288-1505 Homewood Suites by Hilton Dallas/Arlington-South 4550 Waxwing Drive Arlington, TX 76018 469-571-2399 FAX 903-794-5032 Hyatt Place Dallas / Arlington 2380 E. Road To Six Flags Arlington, TX 76011 817-649-7676 FAX 817-649-7753 Quality Inn Arlington Highlands 121 E I-20 Arlington, TX 76018-1117 817-467-3535 FAX 817-468-3374 Studio 6 Dallas South Arlington 1980 W. Pleasant Ridge Road Arlington, TX 76015 817-465-8500 FAX 817-465-8552 Studio 6 1607 N. Watson Road Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-4444 The Sheraton Arlington Hotel 1500 Convention Center Drive Arlington, TX 76011-5190 817-261-8200 FAX 817-548-2873 See ad, page 16 HUMAN RESOURCE CONSULTANTS Insperity 777 Main St., Ste C30 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-886-6211


RUSH Human Resources, LLC 1300 Canterbury Court Arlington, TX 76013 817-492-8551 Strong Consultants 2817 Socrates Drive Grand Prairie, TX 75052 972-647-5566 ICE CREAM & FROZEN DESSERTS DEALERS COOLBEADS, INC 916 Greenfield Court Kennedale, TX 76060 817-343-8031 Yumilicious Frozen Yogurt 1805 N. Collins St., Ste 131 Arlington, TX 76011 817-642-5171 IMPORTERS Costco Wholesale 600 W. Arbrook Arlington, TX 76014 817-417-1600 FAX 817-417-1620 Fans Import LLC (DBA) Phone Stop 2114 Bay Cove Court Arlington, TX 76013 214-994-8685 FAX 817-625-3912 INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL SERVICES Elroy Smith FSP New York Life 2600 Network Blvd. Frisco, TX 75043 682-559-0408 Paraclete Ventures LLC 4515 Lake Park Drive Arlington, TX 76016 817-371-6305 FAX 817-886-6876 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SERVICES Cad Monkey Army 4621 S. Cooper St., Ste 131-610 Arlington, TX 76017 806-420-0879

INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Martin Sprocket & Gear Inc. P.O. Box 91588 Arlington, TX 76015-0088 817-258-3000 FAX 817-258-3358 INSURANCE Advance Senior Options, LLC 801 Stadium Drive, Ste 106 Arlington, TX 76011 817-739-2725 AFLAC-Carolyn Pope 1614 Creek Bank Lane Arlington, TX 76014 817-781-7742 AFLAC-Moloney 2008 Rumson Drive Arlington, TX 76006 817-919-3835 FAX 817-795-2911 Al Clark State Farm Insurance and Financial Services 2452 Interstate 20 W. Arlington, TX 76017-1670 817-468-3033 FAX 817-468-2799 See ad, page 16 Angela Ward State Farm 1112 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX, 76013 817-460-5551 FAX 817-261-4872 Baker Insurance Group P.O. Box 542032 Grand Prairie, TX 75052 214-884-6969 Beverly Salvant-State Farm Insurance Agent 805 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-860-8889 Bill Martensen Insurance Agency Inc, State Farm 4412 Matlock Road, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76018 817-307-1162 FAX 817-279-0020 BOLT Insurance Agency 10 Waterside Drive, Ste 202 Farmington, CT, 06032 860-777-2671 FAX 860-777-2621 Bry Acker Agency Farmers Insurance 2430 N. Davis Drive, Ste 106 Arlington, TX 76012 817-453-0872

Coble-Cravens Financial Services, Inc. 504 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-462-4200 FAX 817-462-4250 DFB Insurance Group, LLC 700 Highlander Blvd., Ste 340 Arlington, TX 76015 817-261-1101 FAX 817-261-1120 Doug Lovejoy State Farm 2229-B W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-277-7251 First Texas Insurance Services, LC 700 Highlander Blvd., Ste 350 Arlington, TX 76015 817-275-2626 FAX 817-275-2661 Frost Insurance Agency 4200 S. Hulen Fort Worth, TX 76109 817-420-5700 FAX 817-420-5750 GEC Insurance Services Eli Gross 1006 N. Bowen Road, Ste 107B Arlington, TX 76012 817-402-0245 FAX 844-270-5081 GEC Insurance Services Nikki Hardison 1006 N. Bowen Road, Ste 107B Arlington, TX 76012 817-402-0245 FAX 844-270-5081 Goosehead Insurance The Tonihka Agency 5609 S.W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 106 Arlington, TX 76017 817-286-2002 FAX 817-349-3322 Great West Casualty Company 624 Six Flags Drive, Ste 240 Arlington, TX 76011 817-385-2613 FAX 817-385-2770 Higginbotham/Safe Harbor 1321 W. Randol Mill Road, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76012 817-226-3372 FAX 817-277-4577 Javier E. Najera Agency 1901 Southeast Pkwy., Ste 103 Arlington, TX 76018 817-789-6507

John A Smith - Allstate 1908 Baird Farm Road Arlington, TX 76006 817-265-5577 FAX 817-860-1064 McKnight Insurance Services 2364 N. Highway 287, Ste 103 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-277-6166 FAX 817-277-6186 Mickey Scott Ins. Allstate 2900 W. Park Row, Ste A Arlington, TX 76013 817-736-1377 FAX 817-349-3494 New York Life Insurance Co. 545 E. John Carpenter Frwy, Ste 600 Las Colinas, TX 75062 972-774-2067 New York Life 777 Main St., Ste 3800 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-614-3165 Paul E. Allen Insurance Agency, LLC 1601 Corporate Drive W, Ste 302 Arlington, TX 76006 817-769-8500 Philip Szurek Farmers Insurance Agency 2614 W. Arkansas Lane Arlington, TX 76016 817-303-3880 FAX 817-303-3883 Robert Nelson Insurance Agency 2340 W. Interstate 20, Ste 202 Arlington, TX 76017 817-274-1445 FAX 817-795-7881 RSI International 1250 E. Copeland Road, Ste 300 Arlington, TX 76011-4940 817-461-2099 FAX 817-861-8955 State Farm Insurance/ Steve Perryman Agency 3800 S.W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76017-4108 817-561-5555 FAX 817-572-7288 T.J. Villarreal State Farm 851 N.E. Green Oaks Arlington, TX 76006 817-461-0000 FAX 817-461-0005

Tarrant County Farm Bureau Insurance Co. 2404 Garden Park Court Arlington, TX 76013 817-303-8660 Tarrant County Insurance Agency Inc. dba GEICO 5930 W. I-20 - Ste 252 Arlington, TX 76017 817-985-5300 FAX 817-985-5309 The Grammer Insurance Group 6009 W. I-20 Arlington, TX 76017 817-259-0050 FAX 866-517-9425 The Noble Group - Featuring Globe Life and Family Heritage 4100 Cory Lee Court Arlington, TX 76015 682-704-5313 The Stinnett Insurance Agency 3614 Silkwood Trail Arlington, TX 76016 817-888-1831 FAX 817-478-0978 Tom Crutchfield Agency Inc 214 S. Mesquite Arlington, TX 76010 817-861-1977 FAX 817-861-9986 TrueNorth Insurance and Financial Services 1200 E. Copeland Road, Ste 300 Arlington, TX 76011 817-404-0652 FAX 817-701-0346 See ad, page 29 United Service Association for Health Care 2221 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 900 Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-3469 FAX 817-640-3432 USA Benefits Group 1807A W. Park Row Arlington, TX 76013 817-277-9000 FAX 801-999-6882 Wayne Ogle Insurance 1807 Park Hill Drive Arlington, TX 76012 817-371-2872

INSURANCE CONSULTANTS & ANALYSTS AAA Texas 1225 Freeport Pkwy., Mail Stop T2D60 Coppell, TX 75019 469-221-8241 FAX 972-630-2634 INSURANCE, WHOLESALE, AGENCY Morehead Insurance Group PLLC 3901 Arlington Highlands Blvd., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76018 817-695-5085 FAX 817-695-5086 INTERIOR DESIGN CONSULTANTS Interior Design Group, Inc. 2307 Oak Forest Court Arlington, TX 76012 817-469-1171 Landry Designs 1205 Sturgeon Court , Ste 105 Arlington, TX 76001 817-835-3100 Plush Furniture & Design Studio 2221 Ave. J Arlington, TX 76006 817-633-2221 INVESTIGATORS Alliance Investigations, LLC 2504 W. Park Row, Ste B-5, 122 Arlington, TX 76013 214-886-1865 FAX 817-861-6085 INVESTMENTS Abram Center 1011 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-228-8558 Cassell Realty Inc., dba Texas Investment Real Estate Group 422 E. Lamar, Ste 212 Arlington, TX 76011 817-269-3968 Frost Wealth Advisors 4200 S. Hulen Fort Worth, TX 76109 817-420-5018 Greenway Investment Company 2808 Fairmount, Ste 100 Dallas, TX 75201 214-880-9009 FAX 214-880-0188 See ad, page 23

Happy King Investments 4015 Shady Valley Drive Arlington, TX 76013-2933 817-261-0068 JDDFP P.O. Box 13464 Arlington, TX 76094 817-366-6725 Luke Investments 1221 SouthWood Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-275-2940 Moritz Interests Ltd. 2111 N. Collins, Ste 323 Arlington, TX 76011-2810 817-461-2232 FAX 817-275-3035 North Texas Senior Benefit Advisors 5304 Antony Court Arlington, TX 76017-2168 972-672-8506 FAX 817-561-4782 RWM Investments 4113 Shady Valley Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-455-4642 FAX 817-303-9760 The Stan Agee Company 501 E. Main Arlington, TX 76010 817-277-8566 FAX 817-275-2335 Wells Fargo Advisors 201 Main St., Ste 1700 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-877-9817 FAX 817-877-9897 IRRIGATION SYSTEM OPERATION Lee Engineering 603 Corry A. Edwards Kennedale, TX 76060 817-277-6022 IT SERVICE PROVIDER Blanco IT Consulting 4101 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 305-472 Arlington, TX 76016 214-810-6948 CCSI-Customized Computer Services, Inc. 109 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76011 817-459-4000 FAX 817-459-1987 NetGenius, Inc. 2000 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 600 Arlington, TX 76006 469-283-8333


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY JANITOR SERVICE AMX Premium Cleaning Services 2351 W. NW Hwy, Ste 2140 Dallas, TX 75220 972-814-0256 Industrial Solutions Company 2003 Alamo Drive Arlington, TX 76012 214-200-6535 FAX 682-323-4002 JEWELERS - RETAIL Baseball Diamonds, Inc. 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 212 Arlington, TX 76011 817-461-9919 KENNELS Country Acres Kennels 7817 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76001 817-467-2511 FAX 817-465-4041

LAWYERS’ PRIVATE PRACTICES Garbo Law Offices, PC P.O. Box 828 Arlington, TX 76004-0828 817-261-3301 FAX 817-861-6477 Law Office of Rosa Maria Berdeja 4200 S. Freeway, Ste 602 Fort Worth, TX 76115 817-923-6752 FAX 817-922-9773 LEGAL SERVICES PLANS LegalShield 3527 Pecos Way Grand Prairie, TX 75052 817-371-6862 LIGHTING SYSTEMS & EQUIPMENT

MANAGEMENT TRAINING Q Hotels LLC 1721 Pleasant Place Arlington, TX 76015 817-288-1500 FAX 817-557-2513 MANUFACTURERS, DISTRIBUTORS & INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS Acrylic Source 4621 S. Cooper St., Ste. 131-345 Arlington, TX 76017 800-275-0316 FAX 888-557-0801 Assured Quality Systems, LLC 204 Billings St., Ste 110 Arlington, TX, 76011 817-538-9240

Clear Sight LED Lighting 1217 Blue Lake Blvd. Arlington, TX 76005 469-616-9740

Citronix, Inc 2241 S. Watson Road, Ste 111 Arlington, TX 76010 817-633-3200 FAX 817-633-3207

Schrickel, Rollins & Associates, Inc. 1161 Corporate Drive W., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76006-6819 817-640-8212 FAX 817-649-7645

John Wright Associates Inc. 1111 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-459-2001 FAX 817-459-2515

Contamac 4006 Falcon Lake Arlington, TX, 76016 817-478-3049


Frost Bank 3801 Matlock Rd Arlington, TX 76015 817-420-5200 FAX 817-420-5277 See ad page 36


Bilingual Communications International 1931 Norwood Lane Arlington, TX 76013 817-801-5639 Speech Language & Services 1703 N. Peyco Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76001 817-419-8106 LAW FIRM MKim Legal 4236 W. Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 214-357-7533


Texan Credit Corporation 617 E. Abram St., Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76010 817-462-5232 FAX 817-462-5268 MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS

HSM Solutions 605 109th Street Arlington, TX 76011 817-831-1785 FAX 817-831-7940 Newcastle Manufacturing 4370 FM 61 Newcastle, TX 76372 940-521-1744 Ricca Chemical Company 2106 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste 132 Pantego, TX 76013 817-701-3251 FAX 888-501-8515 MARKETING CONSULTANTS


Theron L. Bowman, Inc. P.O. Box 173921 Arlington, TX 76003 817-585-4242 FAX 682-238-3211

Price Right Professional Landscaping & Tree Service 7432 Meadowbrook Drive Arlington, TX 76112 817-524-8405

Weaver Property Management P.O. Box 200291 Arlington, TX 76006-0291 817-557-2692 FAX 817-557-2689

RevGrow 5001 Spring Valley Road, Ste 400 E. Dallas, TX 75244 817-966-4903

PrintGraphic Services 615 W. Main St., Ste 312 Arlington, TX 76010-7417 817-832-5327

Thrive Internet Marketing Agency 3825 S. Bowen Arlington, TX 76016 817-618-2151


MARKETING PROGRAMS & SERVICES ACP International 521 N. Great Southwest Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-0992 FAX 817-633-3131 DexYP 2200 W. Airfield Drive Grapevine, TX 75261 469-834-3566 Lendan Communications 1108 Danbury Drive Mansfield, TX 76063 817-797-3434 Maverick Sports Properties 601 Spaniolo Drive, Box 19950 Arlington, TX 76019 817-272-9609 MB Marketing 4455 Camp Bowie Blvd., Ste 114-130 Fort Worth, TX 76107 817-601-5395 The Bubble 6020 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste. 107 Arlington, TX 76013 817-868-6899 The FM Agency 400 E. Royal Lane, Ste. 290 Irving, TX 75039 972-207-4116 MARTIAL ARTS INSTRUCTION Cornerstone Martial Arts & Leadership Academy, LLC 1216 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76013 817-801-3339 Xtreme Knockout P.O. Box 3372 Arlington, TX 76007 817-706-5656 MASSAGE THERAPISTS REGISTERED True Balance Therapeutic Massage 2315 Roosevelt Drive, Ste D Dalworthington Gardens, TX 76016 817-228-5683 MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR Dynamic Systems, Inc. 2683 Lombardy Lane Dallas, TX 75220 214-351-7500

MIINC Mechanical Contractors 1960 W. Northwest Hwy. Dallas, TX 75220 214-575-9600 FAX 972-506-9111 MEDIA ADVERTISING Access 1 Media 916 Bryan, Ste 204 Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-870-0257 Greene Media, LLC 6724 Calender Road Arlington, TX 76001 817-995-7902 MEDICAL CENTERS Atlas Vein Care 2701 Matlock Road, Ste 103 Arlington, TX 76016 817-795-8346 FAX 817-717-1840 Baylor Scott & White Convenience Care 2900 Village Pkwy. Highland Village, TX 75077 469-800-8810 FAX 469-800-9295 Greenhouse Outpatient 2301 Ave J Arlington, TX 76006 817-649-3850 FAX 682-327-5490 Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington 3200 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76015 817-468-4000 FAX 817-468-1906 The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders 515 W. Mayfield, Ste 102 Arlington, TX 76014 817-759-7000 Trinity Vein Institute and The Diagnostic Center 515 W. Mayfield Road, Ste 407 Arlington, TX 76014 682-999-8346 FAX 682-999-8347 MENTAL HEALTH Maestro Psychiatry 1006 N. Bowen, Ste 126 Arlington, TX 76012 682-478-5333

Republic State Mortgage 3901 Arlington Highlands Blvd., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76018 817-695-5125 FAX 888-229-1689


Worthington Monuments, Inc. 322-A E. Abram St Arlington, TX 76010 817-801-1444 FAX 817-921-5248

Fort Worth Business Press 101 Summit, Ste 803 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-336-8300 FAX 817-332-3038

Arlington ISD Education Foundation 1141 W Pioneer Pkwy., Ste 103 Arlington, TX 76013 682-867-1927 FAX 817-801-1958



Fort Worth Star-Telegram 2201 N. Collins, Ste 185 Arlington, TX 76011 817-996-5868 FAX 817-461-8039

Arlington Professional/ Firefighter Arlington, TX 76013 817-239-7091 FAX 817-275-1591

The Shorthorn UTA P.O. Box 19038 Arlington, TX 76019 817-272-3188

Arlington Southwest Rotary P.O. Box 14328 Arlington, TX 76094 817-219-8410


Arlington West Rotary Club P.O. Box 121045 Arlington, TX 76012 817-874-6230


Caliber Home Loans Mark Cloud 1901 N. Hwy 360, Ste 335 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 817-962-2162 FAX 844-880-3231

Uhaul Company of South Central Dallas 920 S. MacArthur Blvd. Grand Prairie, TX 75050 361-246-8162

Caliber Home Loans Richard Schafer 1901 N. Hwy 360, Ste 335 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 817-533-7512 FAX 844-574-3343

All Points of Texas 2450 114th Street, Ste 290 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 817-275-6888 FAX 817-275-7847

City Bank 2340 W. Interstate 20, Ste 212 Arlington, TX 76017 817-472-9575 FAX 817-472-9586 First National Mortgage Group 1235 S. Main, Ste 100 Grapevine, TX 76051 817-729-3295 Frost Bank 3801 Matlock Rd Arlington, TX 76015 817-420-5200 FAX 817-420-5277 See ad, page 36 Guild Mortgage 2400 Hwy 287 N., Ste 106 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-225-4478 FAX 817-579-5553 
 Legacy Financial, Inc. 1205 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-925-9999 FAX 817-860-3345 NRL Mortgage 550 N Walnut Creek Drive, Ste. 100 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-769-6251 Premier Nationwide Lending 1717 Chanwick Court Hurst, TX 76054 817-975-5275 FAX 817-288-0727


Two Men and a Truck 2211 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-633-6683 FAX 817-524-1778 MUSEUMS Arlington Historical Society 1616 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-4001 Arlington Museum of Art 201 W. Main Arlington, TX 76010-7113 817-275-4600 FAX 817-860-4800 Legends of the Game Baseball Museum 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 400 Arlington, TX 76011 817-273-5600 NAIL SALONS Cosmo Nail Bar 5715 W. Interstate 20 Hwy, Ste 101 Arlington, TX 76017 682-587-4526 Cowboys Nail Lounge 1807 N. Collins St., Ste 121 Arlington, TX 76011 682-308-0591 NEWS MEDIA Living Magazine 4101 W. Green Oaks, Ste 305-594 Arlington, TX 76016 817-908-2111

Advocates for Special People P.O. Box 121652 Arlington, TX 76012 817-308-6500 Alzheimer’s Association North Central Texas Chapter 2630 W. Freeway, Ste. 100 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-336-4949 American Cancer Society 8900 John W. Carpenter Freeway Dallas, TX 75247 214-819-1200 American Red Cross, Chisholm Trail Chapter 1515 S. Sylvania Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76111 817-335-9137 FAX 817-336-8516 Apartment Association of Tarrant County 6350 Baker Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76118-6219 817-284-1121 Arlington Elks Lodge 601 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76010 817-277-2114 FAX 817-422-9831 Arlington Holiday Lights Parade P.O. Box 725 Arlington, TX 76004 817-420-5513 FAX 817-533-3424

Big Brothers Big Sisters N Texas 205 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-840-3308 Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth P.O. Box 15610 Fort Worth, TX 76119 817-534-0814 Chris Kyle Frog Foundation P.O. Box 1337 Midlothian, TX 76065 844-336-2533 Christian Men’s Job Corps of Greater Arlington 301 S. Center St., Ste 400 Arlington, TX 76010 682-217-7957 Country Day School of Arlington 1105 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-275-0851 FAX 817-275-0263 Eckerd Kids 1601 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 108 Arlington, TX 76011 214-941-4435 FAX 817-635-0567 Edward Pierce Center for Autism 1184 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 682-308-0382

Friends of the Levitt Pavilion 505 E. Border Arlington, TX 76010 817-543-4303 FAX 817-261-7389 Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains 4901 Briarhaven Road Fort Worth, TX 76109 817-735-5340 FAX 817-732-1261 Girls Incorporated of Tarrant County 2820 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76015 817-468-0306 FAX 817-557-3008 Harvey J. Pirie Memorial Post 6111 Veterans of Foreign Wars 1200 W. Harris Road Arlington, TX 76001 817-465-1124 Helping Restore Ability 4300 Beltway Place, Ste 130 Arlington, TX 76018-3821 817-469-1977 FAX 817-461-2334 Higher Education Servicing Corporation dba inspirED 4381 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76016-4452 817-265-9158 Hopekids North Texas P.O. Box 672 Keller, TX 76244 817-739-8123 International Code Council P.O. Box 610 Austin, TX 78759 888-422-7233 International Corridor Vision 1205 N. Fielder Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-277-5498 Knights of Columbus 2625 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-891-4653 Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth 912 W. Broadway Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-332-3341 FAX 817-332-3456


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Malaika Orphanage Children Foundation 1201 N. Watson Road, Ste 100-E Arlington, TX 76006 817-881-7959 Miracle League Fields DFW P.O. Box 14528 Arlington, TX 76094-1528 817-501-1942 National Independent Automobile Dealers Association 2521 Brown Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-3838 FAX 817-649-5866 Northstar School 4620 Park Springs Blvd. Arlington, TX 76017 817-478-5852 Sister Cities of Arlington Texas P.O. Box 90231 MS 01-0310 Arlington, TX 76004 817-459-6143 Special Olympics Texas Greater FW 8701 Bedford Euless Road, Ste 330 Hurst, TX 76053 214-883-0939 Texas Economic Development Office P.O. Box 12428 Austin, TX, 78711 512-463-6735 The AWARE Foundation P.O. Box 152091 Arlington, TX 76015 817-320-2397 The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society 8111 LBJ Freeway, Ste 425 Dallas, TX 75204 817-288-2634 FAX 972-996-5991 The Parenting Center 4002 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 817-332-6348 FAX 817-332-6489 The United Methodist Church of The Covenant 3608 Matlock Rd. Arlington, TX 76015 817-465-1291

Youth Entrepreneurs 1301 Water’s Ridge Lewisville, TX 75057 972-316-3663

ORGANIZATIONS AeA Texas Council 14901 Quorum Drive, Ste 595 Dallas, TX 75254 972-386-6540


University of Texas-Arlington Box 19350 Arlington, TX 76019-0350 817-272-0556 FAX 817-272-3722 See ad, page 1

Arlington Board of Realtors 3916 I-20 W., Ste 160 Arlington, TX 76017 817-701-2490 FAX 817-701-2496

University of Texas-Arlington P.O. Box 19079 Arlington, TX 76019-0079 817-272-1024

Arlington Police Association P.O. Box 27 Arlington, TX 76004-0027 817-261-3471 FAX 817-275-2340

UTA Athletics P.O. Box 19950 Arlington, TX 76019 817-272-7170 FAX 817-272-9524

Arlington Sunrise Rotary Club 2214 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-300-4477

YMCA of Arlington Cooper Street Branch 7120 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76001 817-419-9629 FAX 817-419-9640

Arbrook Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 401 W. Arbrook Blvd. Arlington, TX 76014 817-466-3094 FAX 817-467-1406 NUTRITION Life Nutrition 2542 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Pantego, TX 76013 817-801-3391 Nutrition Kings 2230 W. Park Row Drive, Ste E Pantego, TX 76013 817-366-9079 Sprott Investments, LLC d/b/a Nutrition Nation 5205 Nocona Lane Arlington, TX 76011 817-721-4108 FAX 817-394-1829 OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT DEALERS Monarch Office Furniture 2202 113th St., Ste 114 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-314-9333 FAX 972-314-9338 OFFICE SUPPLIES Nova Copy 4251 W. John Carpenter Freeway Irving, TX 75063 214-276-0720 OIL FIELD EQUIPMENT Oil States Industries Inc. P.O. Box 670 Arlington, TX 76004-0670 817-548-4200 FAX 817-548-4250 OIL MARKETERS Bowerman Investments, Inc P.O. Box 171199 Arlington, TX 76003 817-478-8200 FAX 817-478-8202 OPTOMETRISTS - O.D. Vision Source Arlington 1334 E. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76010-6411 817-461-4453 FAX 817-861-2516

Better Business Bureau of Fort Worth & Tarrant County 1300 Summit Ave, Ste 700 Fort Worth, TX 76102-4424 817-332-7585 FAX 817-882-0566 Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan Dallas, Inc. 1601 Elm St, Ste 3838 Dallas, TX 75201-4701 800-705-3994 FAX 214-740-0867 Junior Achievement of the Chisholm Trail Inc. 6300 Ridglea Place, Ste 400 Fort Worth, TX 76116-5706 817-731-0838 FAX 817-731-0418 Junior League of Arlington Inc. P.O. Box 13116 Arlington, TX 76094-0116 817-480-0462 Leadership Arlington 4002 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 817-459-1446 FAX 817-277-9505 LULAC 106 W. Williamsburg Manor Arlington, TX 76014 817-275-4624 TABCC 1209 Nueces St. Austin, TX 78701-1209 512-477-6721 FAX 512- 477-0836


YMCA of Arlington Corporate Office 1148 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste H Arlington, TX 76013 817-299-9629 FAX 817-299-9631 YMCA of Arlington North Branch 1005 Skyline Drive Arlington, TX 76011 817-548-9622 FAX 817-548-9627 ORTHODONTIC Charles Stewart DDS/Birth Stewart Fletcher Orthodontics 2011 W. Bardin Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-557-0025 FAX 817-394-3817 Smile Doctors Braces by Barbre Orthodontics 5201 S. Cooper St., Ste 123 Arlington, TX 76017 817-472-8877 OTHER GROCERY AND RELATED PRODUCTS MERCHANT WHOLESALERS sciLife BIOSCIENCES LLC Sharen Wilson P.O. Box 282 Fort Worth, TX, 76101 817-480-7510

PACKAGING MATERIALS Pro-Tech Design & Manufacturing Inc 14561 Marequardt Ave. Sante Fe Springs, CA, 90670 817-764-0445 FAX 562-207-1699 PAINTING CONTRACTORS Gold Stars Painting 2008 Ravinia Circle Arlington, TX 76012 682-552-7875 Itel 4659 S. I-35 W Alvarado, TX 76009 817-614-5259 Southern Painting 1125 Colorado, Ste. G Arlington, TX 76016 817-572-2039 PARTY SUPPLIES Balloons With A Twist 3500 Pinto Court Arlington, TX 76017-1528 817-692-0486 PAYROLL SERVICES Business Payroll Services 5601 Bridge St., Ste 300 Fort Worth, TX 76112 817-798-5804 FAX 866-266-1881 Paychex 8605 Freeport Pkwy., Ste 100 Irving, TX 75063 469-987-7321 Sage Payroll 1303 E. Arapaho Road, Ste 100 Richardson, TX 75081 469-265-8568 PEST CONTROL SERVICES Entex Pest Solutions LLC 705 N. Bowser Road, Ste 120 Richardson, TX 75081 817-266-4776 Massey Services, Inc. 5069 Martin Luther King Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76119 817-564-0445 FAX 817-564-0450 Results Pest Control 1817 W. 2nd St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-860-7378

PET SERVICES Arrfully Good Services 5200 Andalusia Court Arlington, TX 76017 817-366-0168

Solis Mammography 515 W. Mayfield, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76014 866-717-2551 FAX 866-366-5798

Tom’s Plumbing, Inc. 1232 Colorado Lane, Ste 103 Arlington, TX 76015-1500 817-460-3221

Eastman Park Micrographics, Inc. 6300 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75235 214-442-6668




Accent Podiatry Associates 3050 S. Center St., Ste 140 Arlington, TX 76014 817-557-1006


Three Dog Bakery 817 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011 214-534-2485 PHARMACIES Allied Pharmacy Services, Inc 801 Stadium Drive, Ste 111 Arlington, TX 76011 817-226-5050 FAX 817-860-1275 PHOTOGRAPHERS Alexander Portrait Designers 209 N. Main St. Mansfield, TX 76063 817-473-7632 Roaring Good Photography & Design 7008 Escondido Drive Arlington, TX 76016 817-487-5067 Southern Flair Photography 2214 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013-3407 817-274-2277 See ad, page 35 PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES - RETAIL Arlington Camera 544 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76011-5738 817-261-8131 FAX 817-861-5278 PHYSICIANS Anjani Amin, MD, PA 3050 S. Center St., Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76014-2022 8174689600 FAX 817-468-9606 Metroplex Dermatology 300 W. Arbrook Blvd., Ste D Arlington, TX 76014 817-704-4777 FAX 817-701-2323 North Hills Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists 647 S. Great Southwest Pkwy., Ste. 103 Grand Prairie, TX 75051 817-595-3700 FAX 817-595-3701

Accent On You Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medi-Spa 3030 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-417-7200 FAX 817-417-7300 The Paragon Plastic Surgery & MedSpa 1101 Matlock Road Mansfield, TX 76063 817-473-2120 PHYSICIANS - OBSTETRICS/ GYNECOLOGY Omega Ob/Gyn Associates 505 Omega Drive Arlington, TX 76014 817-468-3255 FAX 817-419-9689 Women’s Health Services 1001 N. Waldrop Drive, Ste 505 Arlington, TX 76012 817-277-9415 FAX 817-277-0360 PHYSICIANS - OPTHALMOLOGY



Caelen Communications 13083 Cordellera Lane Frisco, TX 75035 817-909-6798

Double D Tees and More Central Arlington Arlington, TX 682-347-9773

Louis Stefanos for Probate Court Number One P.O. Box 1832 Mansfield, TX 76063 214-562-3723 PRINTERS AlphaGraphics Arlington 2407 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-860-2679 FAX 817-860-2329 Minuteman Press 2567 Gravel Drive Fort Worth, TX 76118 817-864-3000

Kleiman Evangelista Eye Center 350 E. Interstate 20 Arlington, TX 76018 817-784-0222 FAX 817-467-5819

Spartan Printing, Inc. 320 109th St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-6341 FAX 817-695-2944



Arlington Orthopedic Associates 800 Orthopedic Way Arlington, TX 76015 817-375-5200

Allegra Marketing Print & Mail 817-274-1815 FAX 817-860-6405 allegra-marketing-print-mail.


Bird’s Copies 208 S. East Street Arlington, TX 76010-1110 817-459-1688 FAX 817-459-1772

General Magnaplate Texas, Inc. 801 Avenue G Arlington, TX 76011-7796 817-640-1761 FAX 817-640-0860 PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Roto-Rooter Plumbing 4600 Marsalis Fort Worth, TX 76117 817-336-5708 FAX 817-831-7802

New Age Commerce 3522 Calender Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-614-5259

Digital Corporate Companies Inc 801 Station Drive, Ste 109 Arlington, TX 76015 817-801-8000 FAX 817-557-2711 See ad, page 24

Envy Designz, LLC 3527 Pecos Way Grand Prairie, TX 75052 469-278-5184 Logotricity 1615 W. Abram St., Ste 108 Arlington, TX 76013 817-795-5454 RTP Promotional Products 505 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-617-2873 TDG Creative 803 Stadium Drive, Ste 107 Arlington, TX 76011 817-343-1919 Wow The Crowd Promotions 1019 Baldwin Drive Arlington, TX 76012 817-729-8999 FAX 817-469-1949 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES Lexington MKP Management 1401 Nolan Ryan Expwy., Ste 120 Arlington, TX 76011 682-227-8271 FAX 682-227-8277 PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS

Pavlik and Associates 6115 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76116 817-332-2972 Todd Company 5000 S. Collins, #105 Arlington, TX 76018 817-798-8633

PUBLISHER - BOOKS Brodie Consulting Group 2714 Wolff Dr. Arlington, TX 76015 469-323-6238 PUBLISHERS - MAGAZINE 360 West Magazine 1612 Summit, Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76102 817-995-5499 Arlington Lifestyle 1908 Spirit Walk Mansfield, TX 76063 817-795-4703 Arlington Today 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 308 Arlington, TX 76011 817-303-3304 My Viet Magazine 2505 E. Arkansas, Ste 139 Arlington, TX 76016 817-633-1975 REAL ESTATE Arlington Downs Tower 2225 E. Randol Mill Road, Ste 526 Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-9012 FAX 817-633-7755 Beth Fite Harris Group - Keller Williams Realty 1301 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76013 817-881-7071 Beth Kelly - Keller Williams 1301 S. Bowen, Ste 125 Arlington, TX 76013 817-795-2500 See ad, page 36 Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Winans/Sherry Cabanski 4604 Park Springs Blvd., Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76017 817-946-0427 Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty Jamie Adams 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 306 Arlington, TX 76011 817-226-4920 FAX 817-275-4519 Cara Hackley Ebby Halliday Realtors 1201 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76001 817-905-6788


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Casselberry-Heugatter Group, Ebby Halliday Realtors 1201 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-654-8507 FAX 817-654-1888

Ebby Halliday Realtors 1201 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-654-3737 FAX 817-654-1888

RE/MAX Associates of Arlington 4105 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76016 817-861-6565 FAX 817-861-8631

Century 21 Judge Fite Company 2019 Crooked Creek Lane Arlington, TX 75052 817-437-0847

Ebby Halliday 1201 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-654-3737

Century 21 Judge Fite Company 5001 S. Cooper St., Ste 205 Arlington, TX 76017 817-274-2521 FAX 817-274-3719

Ebby Halliday-Beth Luton 1601 Royal Mile Drive Arlington, TX 76015 214-244-7995

Reddic Realtors-RE/MAX Associates of Arlington 4105 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76016 214-405-4553 FAX 817-861-8631

Chris Hightower - RE/MAX Pinnacle 1201 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-946-1402 Christi Cooke Real Estate Team with Keller Williams Realty 1301 S. Bowen Road, Ste 125 Arlington, TX 76013 817-980-5970 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 3910 W. Interstate 20 Arlington, TX 76017 817-784-7800 FAX 817-784-7878 Coy E. Garrett & Associates 1600 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-265-9999 See ad, page 43 Craig Real Estate 1309A W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-457-5111 Dallas Real Estate Investment Group 717 E. Border St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-881-7100 FAX 817-200-7565 David DeVries Associates, Inc. 3800 Plum Vista Place Arlington, TX 76005 817-360-2309 Don Lawyer Team 1906 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 682-422-7176

English Realty, LLC 2315 Roosevelt Drive, Ste C Arlington, TX 76016 817-860-0074 FAX 817-860-0076 Gann Group – eXp Realty P.O. Box 136875 Ft. Worth, TX 76136 817-307-3450 Green Oaks Realty 3825 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76016 817-637-2472 FAX 817-483-8567 Hill Group Real Estate Services 2303 Roosevelt Drive, Ste A Arlington, TX 76016 817-701-4900 FAX 817-701-4950 Keller Williams Johnson Noss Realty Group 1301 S. Bowen, Ste 305 Arlington, TX 76013 817-881-7900 Leanne Nelson - Realtor 4105 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76016 817-683-1056 Linda Magazzine Group 1201 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-980-8733 FAX 817-654-1888 Lynn Peterson Realtor Fathom Realty 3218 Greenbrook Drive Arlington, TX 76010 817-307-1008 817-492-8285 Premier Real Estate Partners with Coldwell Banker NRT 3910 W. I20 Arlington, TX 76017 817-276-2200

Renee Benson - C21 Judge Fite 2651 E. Broad St., Ste 107 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-808-3710 Seven6 Realty 2170 Matlock, #110 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-761-7811 Sterling Real Estate 1414 W. Randol Mill Road, Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76012 817-274-5339 • 1-877-557-0534

REAL ESTATE BUYER-BROKERS Croxton & Croxton, Incorporated 2201 N. Collins St., Ste 148 Arlington, TX 76011 817-915-9228 FAX 817-548-8014 REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL Austin Company Commercial Real Estate 2401 Scott Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103 817-923-9305 FAX 817-923-9304 Bradford Companies 2006 N. Highway 360 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-337-9330 FAX 972-337-9339 CBRE2 100 McKinney Ave., Ste 800 Dallas, TX 75201 214-863-3633

The Brandee Kelley Group 1301 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76013 817-635-1140

Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors 255 N. Center St., Ste. 200 Arlington, TX 76011 817-226-0000 FAX 817-860-4180

The Deane Team - RE/MAX Pinnacle Group Realtors 1241 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 817-239-0038

The Cordish Companies 601 E. Pratt St., 6th Floor Baltimore, MD, 21202 410-369-0966 See ad, page 11

The Holman Group, RE/MAX Pinnacle Group Realtors 1241 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 151 Arlington, TX 76013 817-299-1052

Coronado Properties 1803 W. Park Row, Ste. B Arlington, TX 76013 817-614-4241 FAX 817-469-7187

Town & Country Properties 1220 Kennedale Sublett Road Kennedale, TX 76060 817-683-5989 Town North Associates LTD 984 N. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-261-2929 FAX 817-277-7566 UrbanAmerica 250 N.E. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 201 Arlington, TX 76006 212-612-9100 FAX 212-785-9419


Farrar Commercial Real Estate, Inc. 600 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76010-4198 817-277-4411 FAX 817-548-9032 Hartman Income REIT Skymark Tower 1521 N. Cooper St., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76011 817-983-2500 FAX 817-983-2501 JORCO Group 515 E. Border St., P.O. Box 933 Arlington, TX 76010 817-461-4161 FAX 817-274-6581

O’Day Farmbrook, Inc. 1703 N. Peyco Drive, Ste P Arlington, TX 76001 817-467-6803 FAX 817-465-7464 Peyco Southwest Realty, Inc. 1703 N. Peyco Drive Arlington, TX 76001 817-467-6803 FAX 817-465-7464 See ad, page 33 PM Realty Group-Kurt Cherry 2828 Routh St., Ste 700 Dallas, TX 75201 972-421-3322 FAX 972-421-3301 Primera Companies, Inc. 600 Six Flags Drive, Ste 104 Arlington, TX 76011 817-640-0167 FAX 817-649-8910 RP Anvil, LP 3004 Iron Stone Court Arlington, TX 76006 817-360-3664 FAX 817-652-0407 SVN Dunn Commercial 1202 Corporate Drive West Arlington, TX 76006 817-640-9964 FAX 817-640-1217 REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS & DEVELOPMENTS Shelton Enterprise, Inc. 3609 Smith Barry Road Arlington, TX 76013-5866 817-860-9800 FAX 817-860-9801 Trammell Crow Company 2100 McKinney, Ste 800 Dallas, TX 75205 214-863-3633 Viridian Holdings LP 835 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 254 Arlington, TX 76011 817-200-6543 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT CearnalCo P.O. Box 13587 Arlington, TX 76011 817-543-0000 Johnson Creek Properties 2707 S. Cooper St., Ste 109 Arlington, TX 76015 817-462-5040

WindStar Properties Inc 511 E. John Carpenter Fwy., Ste 200 Irving, TX 75062 214-526-2700 FAX 214-526-2750


Woodcrest Management 3113 S. University Drive, Ste 600 Fort Worth, TX 76109 817-927-0050 FAX 817-927-1769

Bobby Valentine’s Sports Gallery 4301 S. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76016-4902 817-467-9922 FAX 817-557-5756

RECREATION CENTERS Camp Thurman 3001 Sarah Drive Pantego, TX 76013 817-274-8441 RECREATIONAL VEHICLE (RV) DEALERS

Asian Buffet 944 E. Copeland Road Arlington, TX 76011 817-460-8885 FAX 817-460-8887

Buffalo Wild Wings 1301 N. Collins Arlington, TX 76011 817-860-2999 FAX 817-860-3008

United RV Center 100 Airport Fwy. Fort Worth, TX 76117 817-834-7141

Buffalo Wings & Rings 2150 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 110 Arlington, TX 76006 682-323-7099


Burgerfi 1807 N. Collins, Ste. 101 Arlington, TX 76011 682-238-3737

Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington, LLC, 900 W. Arbrook Blvd. Arlington, TX 76015 682-304-6000 FAX 682-304-6070 REMODELING & REPAIRING BUILDING CONTRACTORS LMG Construction & Re-Roofing, Inc. 4303 Essex Court Arlington, TX 76016 817-360-4802 FAX 817-457-7265 Louis Heinze Building Co., Inc. 2317 Roosevelt Drive, Ste C Arlington, TX 76016-5889 817-275-4311 RENTAL SERVICE STORES & YARDS Rental Stop 2935 Eagle Drive Grand Prairie, TX 75052 817-336-0059, FAX 972-336-0605 RESEARCH SERVICES 2M Research Services 1521 N. Cooper St, Ste 600 Arlington, TX 76011 817-554-0015 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MANAGING Rumco Properties, LLC 4712 Hillside Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-457-7733

Candlelite Inn 1202 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011-7340 817-275-9613 FAX 817-459-3288 Catfish Sam’s Restaurant/ Lester Motor Inn 2735 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012- 4806 817-275-9631 Chick-Fil-A 4700 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017-5925 817-465-6631 FAX 817-557-0274 Compadres Cafe 1700 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-538-9399 Cotton Patch Cafe 461 E. I-20 Arlington, TX 76014 817-468-1999 David’s Barbecue 2224 W. Park Row Drive H Pantego, TX 76013 817-261-9998 El Chico Restaurant #018 1315 N. Collins Arlington, TX 76011 817-265-2127

Fajitas n Ritas 2620 N. Interstate 20, Ste 101 Arlington, TX 75052 817-891-1160 Fontana’s 6407 S. Cooper St., Ste. 101 Arlington, TX 76001 682-323-5704 Fuzzy’s Taco Shop 510 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-265-8226 Indian Bistro 14 4519 Matlock Road, Ste 135 Arlington, TX 76018 817-219-1229 J. Gilligan’s Bar & Grill 407 E. South St. Arlington, TX 76010-1140 817-274-8561 FAX 817-861-8646 J.R. Bentley’s English Pub 406 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-261-7351 Lubys Fuddruckers Restaurants, LLC 13111 N.W. Freeway, Ste 600 Houston, TX 77040 713-329-6800 FAX 713-329-6899

Marco’s Pizza 4001 W. Green Oaks Arlington, TX 76016 McAlister’s Deli 137 Merchants Row, Ste 101 Arlington, TX 76018 817-465-3354 FAX 214-373-3403 Melting Pot Fondue Restaurant Arlington Highlands 4000 Five Points Blvd., Ste 119 Arlington, TX 76018 817-472-9988 FAX 817-375-0840 Mercury Chop Arlington, LLC 2221 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-658-5816 FAX 817-275-4106 Mr Hibachi 5005 S. Cooper St., Ste 151 Arlington, TX 76017 817-583-6723

Panera Bread 4000 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 682-218-5006 Pansayena Mexican Restaurant Corp. 1701 Deauville Court Fort Worth, TX 76112 817-932-2355 Pantego Bay Gulf Coast Cafe 2233 W. Park Row Drive Pantego, TX 76013 817-303-4853 Peter Piper Pizza 4800 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017 817-472-9546 Piccolo Mondo Italian Restaurant 829 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011-3504 817-265-9174 FAX 817-226-3474 Pollo Campero 3755 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-419-2631 Prince Lebanese Grill P.O. Box 13186 Arlington, TX 76094 817-528-6229 Raising Canes Chicken Fingers 1322 N. Collins Arlington, TX 76011 817-206-1982 Rockfish Seafood Grill 3785 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 817-419-9988 Rudy’s Country Store and BBQ 451 E I-20 Arlington, TX 76018 817-465-7839 Salata - Arlington 1705 N. Collins St., Ste 131 Arlington, TX 76011 972-839-3452 Snuffer’s Restaurant & Bar 459 E. Interstate 20 Arlington, TX 76018 972-241-2171

Spring Creek Companies 2340 W. Interstate 20, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76017 817-467-0505 FAX 817-467-0506 Taco Cabana 4721 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017 210-283-5534 Tailgate Tavern 1015 Cedarland Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011 214-274-7812 Urban Alchemy Coffee & Wine Bar 403 E. Main St. Arlington, TX 76016 817-673-8333 VIP Sports Bar & Grill (dba Fishbone Grill & Oyster Bar) 816 N. Collins St. Arlington, TX 76011 325-669-3492 RETAIL Dr. Smart Phones 825 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011 817-385-9598 Hempy’s Emporium 3115 S. Cooper St., Ste 275 Arlington, TX 76015 817-466-4367 Lane Boots 1101 Avenue G Arlington, TX 76011 214-412-1108 Rocket Fizz 1707 N. Collins St., Ste 111 Arlington, TX 76011 682-706-3390 Saladmaster 1414 Concho Trail Mansfield, TX 76063 817-647-5286 Shirtwerx LLC 2225 W. Park Row Pantego, TX 76013 817-559-0985 Sleepy Cottage 500 E. Front St., Ste 150 Arlington, TX 76011 817-470-1207


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Stone Ridge Cove 3908 Eagle Lake Court Arlington, TX 76016 817-572-6667 FAX 817-478-6667


TomBoy Supply 1503 Frontier Drive Arlington, TX 76012 817-804-1129

ROOFING CONTRACTOR Authentic Contracting Solutions 2180 FM 1187 Mansfield, TX 76063 817-788-0763 FAX 817-788-0779


Custer Building Systems 3401 Custer Rd, Ste. 182 Plano, TX 75023 972-596-2400 FAX 972-596-1800 D&G Quality Roofing 4305 E. FM 1187, Ste 100 Burleson, TX 76028 817-568-0029

Wild Birds Unlimited 1660 W. Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76012 817-692-6681 Williams Sonoma Inc 4900 Sherry St. Arlington, TX 76018 682-218-5552 RETIREMENT & LIFE CARE COMMUNITIES & HOMES Bethesda Gardens of Arlington 1103 W. Arkansas Lane Arlington, TX 76013 817-861-4644 FAX 817-861-4669 Brookdale Arlington 1250 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 682-367-6248 FAX 817-861-0091 See ad, page 51 Brookdale Lake Arlington 2500 Woodside Drive Arlington, TX 76016 817-457-9710 Brookdale Senior Living 6737 W. Washington St., Ste 2300 Milwaukee, WI, 53214 682-367-6248 Greenfield Residences of Arlington 1101 E. Arbrook Blvd. Arlington, TX 76014 817-417-7677 FAX 817-466-0100 Overture Highlands 250 W. Arbrook Blvd. Arlington, TX 76014 817-617-5055 The Waterford at Pantego 2650 West Park Row Pantego, TX 76013 817-226-2650 FAX 817-226-2638

AAG - American Advisors Group 921 Shady Oaks Ct. Arlington, TX 76012 817-559-5393

Duncan Roofing Concepts 2610 Winding Hollow Ln Arlington, TX 76006 817-291-2925 Estrada Roofing Inc. 2209 Gladstone Dr. Arlington, TX 76018 817-404-2570 Frazier Roofing & Guttering 208 Willis Ave. Arlington, TX 76010 817-277-3131 FAX 817-861-9079 Joe Hall Roofing Inc. 1925 W. Pioneer Parkway Arlington, TX 76013 817-274-6777 FAX 817-274-7025 Martin Commercial Roofing 412 South Interstate 35 East Red Oak, TX 75154 972-865-6361

Waters Custom Roofing 9500 Ray White, Ste 200 Fort Worth, TX 76244 817-353-6106

Tarrant County College - SE 2100 Southeast Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76018-3144 817-515-3001 FAX 817-515-3175 See ad, page 41

Newman International Academy 2011 S. Fielder Road Arlington, TX 76013 682-207-5175 FAX 817-394-6155


Tarrant County College District 1500 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102-6598 817-515-5201 FAX 817-515-5450

Pantego Christian Academy 2201 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-3315 FAX 817-459-4687

Shellie Eldredge, Independent Scentsy Consultant 3115 Woodford Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-723-8322

TCU Neeley School of Business TCU Box 298520 Fort Worth, TX 76129 817-257-4689


Texas Tech University System 2500 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79419

Primrose School of N.E. Green Oaks 1900 N.E. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 817-543-2626

Sales Mastery Consultants 1161 Corporate Drive W., Ste. 307 Arlington, TX 76006 817-303-2129

Altierus Career College 300 Six Flags Drive Arlington, TX 76011-6370 817-652-7790 FAX 817-649-6033 Arlington Baptist University 3001 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-461-8741 FAX 817-274-1138 Arlington Career Institute 901 Avenue K Grand Prairie, TX 75051 972-647-1607 Brightwood College 2241 S. Watson Road, Ste 181 Arlington, TX 76010 972-623-4700 College of Business UTA 701 S. West St., Box 19377 Arlington, TX 76019 817-272-3085 FAX 817-272-2073

Quality Roofing & Construction 300 South Davis Dr. Arlington, TX 76013 817-714-0260

Dallas Baptist University College of Business 3000 Mountain Creek Pkwy. Dallas, TX 75211 214-333-5102 FAX 214-333-5380

Tarrant Roofing 4101 Airport Freeway, Ste 209 Bedford, TX 76021 817-571-7809

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD 1849 Central Drive Bedford, TX 76022 817-399-2020

T-Rock Roofing & Construction 1291 Golf Club Drive Lantana, TX 76226 469-500-6758 940-725-0388


Texas Wesleyan University 1201 Wesleyan Fort Worth, TX 76105-1536 817-531-4444 FAX 817-531-4499 The University of Texas Arlington P.O. Box 19125 Arlington, TX 76013-0125 817-272-2101 FAX 817-272-5656 TMAC f/k/a Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center @ UTArl 202 E. Border St., Ste 323 Arlington, TX 76010 817-272-5922 FAX 817-272-5977 University of Texas Arlington Research Institute 7300 Jack Newell Blvd. S. Fort Worth, TX 76118-7115 817-272-5900 FAX 817-272-5952 SCHOOLS - PRIVATE Children’s University 4621 Park Springs Blvd. Arlington, TX 76017 817-784-6655 FAX 817-784-1650 Green Oaks Education and Support, Inc. 500 Houston St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-861-5000 FAX 817-861-4000

Primrose School of Southwest Arlington 4621 W. Sublett Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-478-6160 The Montessori Academy of Arlington 3428 W. Arkansas Lane Arlington, TX 76016 817-274-1548 FAX 817-274-6951 The Oakridge School 5900 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013-2899 817-451-4994 FAX 817-457-6681 SCHOOLS - PUBLIC Arlington Classics Academy 5206 S.. Bowen Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-987-1819 FAX 817-200-6541 Arlington ISD 1203 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 682-867-4611 FAX 682-867-4681 See ad, page 33 Mansfield ISD 605 E. Broad St. Mansfield, TX 76063 817-299-6300 FAX 817-548-2190 Premier High School of Arlington 551 Ryan Plaza Drive Arlington, TX 76011 682-350-8865

SCREEN PRINTING Clever Items 333 Exchange Drive Arlington, TX 76011 817-691-7804 SECURITY GUARD & PATROL SERVICE Point 2 Point Global Security 1250 E. Copeland, Ste 450 Arlington, TX 76011 682-553-5616 Strike Universal Integrated Protective Services 331 Osler Drive, Ste 250 Arlington, TX 76101 973-573-5818 FAX 844-678-5453 SECURITY SYSTEMS Central Security Group 3932 Sandshell Drive Fort Worth, TX 76137 817-528-4091 Hawk Security 1907 Oak Creek Lane, Ste F Bedford, TX 76022 817-240-2943 RE: Security Solutions 2238 - C Michigan Ave Arlington, TX 76013 817-404-4664 Security Alert Services 9500 Ray White Road, Ste 200 Fort Worth, TX 76244 877-600-5711 Tyco Integrated Security 4200 Buckingham Road, Ste 150 Fort Worth, TX 76155 214-837-4817 SHIPPING SERVICES InXpress DFW Central 8328 Thornhill Drive North Richland Hills, TX 76182 817-937-5842 SHOPPING CENTERS & MALLS Arbrook Oaks Plaza 3810 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015 214-954-0300 Arlington Highlands 4000 Five Points Blvd., Ste 159 Arlington, TX 76018 817-466-7474 See ad page, back cover

Cooper Street Commons 1020 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76013 214-720-6630 FAX 214-953-0860

Main Street Signs & Graphics 1111 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-548-4360 FAX 817-459-2515

Fielder Plaza, C/O Cencor Realty Services 3102 Maple Ave., Ste 500 Dallas, TX 75201 214-720-6630 FAX 214-953-0860

SA-SO Signs & Safety 525 N. Great Southwest Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76011 972-641-4911 FAX 817-633-3131

Matlock Oaks Crossing 3102 Maple Ave., Ste 500 Dallas, TX 75201 214-720-6630 FAX 214-953-0860 The Parks at Arlington 3811 S. Cooper St., Ste 2206 Arlington, TX 76015-4138 817-467-0200 FAX 817-468-5356 SHREDDING - PAPER American Shredding 719 109th St. Arlington, TX 76011 469-865-0838 Green Planet 21 719 109th St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-330-8787 FAX 817-633-3027 SIGNS 3Di Sign & Design 1133 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-548-0561 FAX 817-548-0591 See ad, page 3 DPI Press Signs 2620 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste 103C Arlington, TX 76013 817-460-0991 FAX 817-460-0032 FASTSIGNS 10303 1140 W. Bardin Road, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76017 817-557-1191 Image 360 Arlington 900 E. Copeland Road, Ste 130 Arlington, TX 76011 817-265-7446 FAX 817-459-1000

Signarama Arlington 2400 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Pantego, TX 76013 817-860-9310 SKIN CARE Great Skin Spa Skincare & Facial Club 3851 S.W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste. 107 Arlington, TX 76017 214-669-7770 JEM Aesthetics LLC 2017 E. Lamar Blvd., Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76006 682-323-5866 SOCIAL SERVICES & WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS The Salvation Army 712 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-860-1836 FAX 817-860-4247 Total Transition Services 120 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010 682-557-4871 SPORTING GOODS - RETAIL The Runner Shop, Inc. 3535 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013-4636 817-461-2281 FAX 817-274-9858 805 Ave H East, Ste 501 Arlington, TX 76011 800-851-9329 FAX 817-200-7470 SPORTS Ace Volleyball 3120 E. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76010 817-417-5468

Dallas Wings Basketball 500 E. Border St., Ste 250 Arlington, TX 76010 817-469-9464

Kelly’s Pool Care & Renovation 1400 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013 817-219-2380

Texas Air Hogs Baseball Team 1600 Lone Star Pkwy. Grand Prairie, TX 76010 972-521-6730

Pulliam Pools 2725 Alta Mesa Fort Worth, TX 76133 817-346-4778 FAX 817-346-6353

Texas Rangers Baseball 1000 Ballpark Way Arlington, TX 76011 817-273-5278 See ad, page 7 SPORTS COMPLEXES AT&T Stadium One AT&T Way Arlington, TX 76011 817-892-4000 Globe Life Park in Arlington 1000 Ballpark Way Arlington, TX 76011 817-273-5222 Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie 1000 Lone Star Pkwy. Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-37-5116 STABLES, RIDING Golden Gaits Stables, LLC 6312 Calender Road Arlington, TX 76001 817-988-6119 STORAGE - HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL Dodson Management, Inc. 255 N. Center St., Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76011-3606 817-261-3676 FAX 817-461-6344 Storageland Rental Spaces 1830 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-460-1830 FAX 817-275-4402 SWIMMING POOL CONTRACTORS & DEALERS Accent Pools, Inc. 1028 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013-6331 817-226-7665 FAX 817-275-0647 Aquamaid Pool Techs 4615 Martin St. Fort Worth, TX 76119 817-546-1890

TAILORS Gina’s Sewing Room 1107 Dawn Drive Arlington, TX 76010-1923 817-617-2602 TAX CONSULTANTS & REPRESENTATIVES Liberty Tax Services - Arlington 2501 E. Mayfield Road, Ste 102 Arlington, TX 76014 817-542-0925 TAX RETURN PREPARATION RBJ Agency, LLC 3901 Arlington Highlands, Ste 200 Arlington, TX 76018 682-304-3189 FAX 817-394-2444 TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEALERS & SERVICES Schooley Mitchell of Arlington 1927 Spring Branch Arlington, TX 76006 972-679-4757 The Zang Group, LLC 2400 Perkins Road Arlington, TX 76016 817-228-8550 Verizon Wireless 1109 Interstate 20 W., Ste. 121 Arlington, TX 76017 817-419-0795 TELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES T-mobile 4654 S. Cooper St., Ste 322 Arlington, TX 76017 817-468-7354 TELEVISION CABLE & SATELLITE SERVICES Spectrum 750 Canyon Drive, Ste 500 Coppell, TX 75019, 3834 817-334-1227 FAX 972-830-3928




Theatre Arlington 305 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010 817-261-9628 FAX 817-275-3370

Aerostar Global Logistics, Inc. 9500 N. Royal Lane, Ste 170 Irving, TX 75063 877-245-1100 FAX 817-442-8187


Dan Dipert Coaches/Tours 7301 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013 817-654-3622 FAX 817-654-9151

Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark 2970 Epic Place Grand Prairie, TX 75052 972-337-3131 Six Flags Over Texas/ Hurricane Harbor P.O. Box 90191 Arlington, TX 76004-0191 817-640-8900 See ad, page 9 TICKET SALES - EVENTS J Mac Tickets - All Sports All Concerts 1000 Ball Parkway Ste. 212 Arlington, TX 76006 817-797-5622 TITLE COMPANIES Allegiance Title Company 4200 S. Cooper St., Ste 102 Arlington, TX 76015 817-695-1115 FAX 817-695-1116 Independence Title 1205 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76013 682-478-0001 Old Republic Title 1241 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 101 Arlington, TX 76013 817-457-3930 FAX 866-772-2146 Reunion Title 601 W. AbramSt. Arlington, TX 76010 817-226-1211 FAX 817-226-2727 TOURIST, SIGHTSEEING INFORMATION & ATTRACTIONS

Dugaboy Transportation 1703 N. Peyco Drive, B-1 Arlington, TX 76001 682-347-4262 Fort Worth Transportation Authority 801 Cherry Str., Ste 850 Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-215-8704 Power Enterprises A Landstar Agency 103 Woodlands Court Ovilla, TX 75154 214-315-6788 Success NationaLease 3324 Pinewood Drive Arlington, TX 76010 817-265-2666 FAX 817-861-0876 Revitalize Charging Solutions Inc. 1120 S. Frwy., Ste 209 Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-649-1030 The Trolley (AEAMD) P.O. Box 941 Arlington, TX 76004 817-925-4776 TRASH HAULING Bin Tech, LLC 2400 St. Hwy. 121, Ste 2905 Euless, TX 76039 580-318-2004

Galactic Performance Solutions 1903 Stadium Oaks Court Arlington, TX 76011 817-275-8611 FAX 817-275-2008 My Memorable Travel 5904 S. Cooper St., Ste 104-147 Arlington, TX 76017 817-382-8997 Primo Travel Services LLC 6705 Flamewood Drive, Ste 100 Arlington, TX 76001 817-233-7815 TRUCK ACCESSORIES Worth Trailer 4300 E. Loop 820 South Fort Worth, TX 76119 817-496-7841 FAX 817-457-9766 TRUCKING - MOTOR FREIGHT Ricca American Motorfreight 2106 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Ste 132 Pantego, TX 76013 214-929-8968 TUTORING H.O.P.E. Tutoring Center, Inc. 2020 S. Collins Arlington, TX 76010 817-860-7757 Kumon Math and Reading of SE Arlington 2344 S.E. Green Oaks Blvd., Ste 134 Arlington, TX 76018 817-313-6654 Mathnasium of Arlington North 421B Fielder North Plaza Arlington, TX 76012 817-538-9828 Mathnasium of Arlington West 6031 W. Interstate 20 Arlington, TX 76017 817-732-6284 VETERINARIAN

Mansfield Convention and Visitors Bureau 210 Smith St. Mansfield, TX 76063 817-804-5785

Evergreen Companies, Inc. 6001 W. I-20, Ste 208 Arlington, TX 76017 817-483-0774

Arlington Animal Hospital 1012 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012 817-277-6301



Orange Compass, LLC 1200 Delaware Drive Mansfield, TX 76063 817-539-9404

Dan Dipert Coaches 7301 W. Pioneer Pkwy. Arlington, TX 76013-6902 817-543-3700 FAX 817-543-3728

I-20 Animal Clinic 5820 W. I-20 Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-478-9238


Park Plaza Animal Clinic 1811 E. Park Row, Ste A Arlington, TX 76010 817-277-1195 Richter Animal Hospital and Pet Resort 4601 W. Sublett Road Arlington, TX 76017 817-478-8000 FAX 817-478-8022 Roy Gully, D.V.M., P.C. 6300 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76001 817-468-2333 FAX 817-468-7309 Veterinary Referral and Emergency Hospital 1350 Caplin Drive Arlington, TX 76018 817-473-8628 FAX 817-225-0558 VIDEO PRODUCTION SERVICES RF Media 2326 Wilmette Drive Arlington, TX 76018 214-702-9741 WAREHOUSES - MERCHANDISE A.Barr Metroplex Company 1199 N. Great Southwest Pky. Grand Prairie, TX 75050 972-988-3253 FAX 972-641-0670 Coca-Cola Refreshments 3400 Fossil Creek Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76137 817-847-3114 FAX 817-306-3306 Rocket Air Supply P.O. Box 5368 Arlington, TX 76005-5368 817-640-5340 FAX 817-649-7250 WASTE DISPOSAL NONHAZARDOUS Republic Services 1212 Harrison Ave. Arlington, TX 76011 817-317-2000 FAX 817-459-4663 WEB CONSULTANT Facebook for Business 3023 S. University Drive, Ste 154 Fort Worth, TX 76109 682-313-6163

WEB SITE DESIGN 82 Classic P.O. Box 181875 Arlington, TX 76018 817-823-7396 WINDOW SHADES & TREATMENTS M & S Supply Company P.O. Box 171014 Arlington, TX 76003-1014 817-300-9676 FAX 817-446-5523 WINDOW TINTING Sharp Auto Shields 1517 W. Carrier Pkwy., Ste 132 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 469-999-0652 WINDSHIELD REPAIR Prosper Glass 317 E. Kennedale Pkwy., Unit 242 Kennedale, TX 760 817-983-1755 WINES - RETAIL Total Wine & More The Highlands Shopping Center 981 W. Interstate 20 Arlington,TX 76017 817-472-9727 FAX 817-472-9976 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS & SERVICES DigitCom P.O. Box 120308 Arlington,TX 76012 682-478-2134 FAX 817-385-6496 WRECKER SERVICE A-AArlington Abandoned Vehicle 714 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011 817-461-7855 FAX 817-860-3940 Kelly McKnight Wrecker Service 1108 Harrison Ave. Arlington,TX 76011-1052 817-265-1336 FAX 817-861-1571

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