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town to city overnight
Frisco Texas is the fastest growing city in the nation. Located on the north edge of the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex, Frisco has gathered attention internationally as a desirable destination for corporate headquarters looking for a better home. The list of companies calling Frisco home keeps growing.
In just over a couple of decades, Frisco has gone from tiny home town to budding metropolis, challenging its elder siblings, Dallas and Fort Worth. Don’t worry, It’s all a competition among great friends.
With five professional sports teams and ample facilities for kids and teens, Frisco has been dubbed Sports City USA.
The Dallas Cowboys, most valuable sports franchise in the world
FC Dallas Soccer
The new National Soccer Hall of Fame Experience
The Dallas Stars hockey
The Frisco RoughRiders, a farm for the Texas Rangers
Professional Sports and arts in unison
A corresponding surge in the arts is also brewing to round out the city as a cultural and entertainment community. Frisco Arts, the City Public Arts program, The Visual Arts Guild of Frisco and other organizations along with a growing number of galleries and artists.
Some of the technology orgs and events happening in Frisco:
Gearbox - Brodeland, esports,
The sculptor among a group of very talented artists mainly two dimensional
Blue Star Sports
The Future of Blockchain conference
Autonomous taxis service
The Public Art board
Performing Arts hall
Texas Sculpture Garden at Hall Office Park
Frisco Heritage Museum
National Video Game Museum
Music and the Performing Arts
Dance - dancers
Music - School of Rock
Local venues - Stonebrair Church, the home church of respected bible teacher Charles Swindoll. The church regularly opens up their beautiful sanctuary for performances by the local artists.
The Lincoln Experience Center at the Frisco Star
Frisco Fine arts
The Frisco art gallery at the Discovery Center
The Rail district - Donny Churchman and Nack Development
The Texas Sculpture Garden at Hall Park
I am proud and grateful to be recognized as the Frisco Sculptor evidenced by Tammy Meinershagen recommending me to the BlockChain conference. If Tammy taps and tags you, you're it. As the Frisco Arts Director's recommended Sculptor, I am part of the Frisco Art brand and I love it.
I have volunteered as the event photographer for many of the Frisco Arts related events as well as the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco VAGF.
Launchpad City is another definitive Frisco authority, of startup community. I get to be their Sculptor. I am delighted to be the definitive tech-sculptor of Frisco.
I am part of the Frisco tech brand and loving it.