Experience Global Rally in Dallas: he Exciting City Where Big Things Happen
This year, Forever has chosen the exciting city of Dallas, Texas to host Global Rally from April 22-30, 2018. Forever Business Owners from over 150 countries all over the world will gather to learn about new products, participate in thought-provoking trainings and be inspired by empowering stories from Forever's past and future.
But, when everyone isn’t bonding with new friends and taking their careers to the next level at the Global Rally Show, Dallas is there to tantalize with a variety of sights, sounds and fun-filled activities.
Dallas is home to a diverse set of experiences perfect for everyone, with 10 regions and 26 neighborhoods to explore. It is currently one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States and the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the country. The city’s claim to fame emerged from its historical impact as the center for oil and cotton industries, and for being strategically located along numerous railroad lines.
For art enthusiasts, be sure to visit the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA). Established in 1903, the DMA is among the 10 largest art museums in the country. It showcases more than 24,000 works spanning 5,000 years of history and a variety of international cultures.
The museum is committed to public engagement and features a broad range of activities, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since 2013, it has welcomed more 3.2 million visitors.
Located in the Arts District, DMA is open to the public and free of charge. Check out their calendar of events and revel in the arts.
For history buffs, visit Dealey Plaza, a National Historic Landmark. Dealey Plaza—also referred to as the “birthplace of Dallas”—is a city park in the West End district of downtown Dallas and the infamous location of the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
For greater insight into what happened that fateful day, visit The Sixth Floor Museum. The museum presents the life, death and legacy of President Kennedy. It also reveals the oral histories from people who were actually there the day he died and thoughtfully displays artifacts from the tragedy.
Of course, no visit to Dallas is complete without visiting the legendary Southfork Ranch—home of the famous TV show “Dallas” for 13 years and 356 episodes. Southfork Ranch pays tribute to the show with a variety of interesting sights to see both inside and outside the mansion.
To this day, Southfork welcomes visitors from around the world. Guests want to see where Dallas was filmed and to experience the luxurious lifestyle the Ewings made famous.
Tour the Ewing Mansion and relive exciting moments from the series in the “Dallas Legends” exhibit, featuring an exciting array of memorabilia from the series. See the gun that shot J.R., Lucy's wedding dress, the “Dallas” Family Tree and Jock's Lincoln Continental.
Relax on a guided tour of the ranch grounds. Eat at Miss Ellie's Deli, and shop in two themed retail stores that offer a diverse selection of clothing, accessories, gifts and collectibles.
Southfork Ranch is open daily, year-round for guided tours. Don’t miss your chance to explore this magnificent ranch and glimpse the lifestyle of the infamous Ewings. Pre-purchase tour tickets online or in-person at the Southfork Ranch gift shop.
All this sightseeing may make you hungry. Be sure to check out restaurants in the Central Business District. There is something for all palettes and styles, whether you want something casual or upscale. Try Dakota’s Steakhouse for prime rib. If you are in the mood for Thai, check out Proof + Pantry. For delicious fried chicken with a side of "giving back", go to Café Momentum, a nonprofit eatery.
As you can see from just these handful of activities, Dallas has something for everyone. Regardless of your age, background or culture, Dallas will be sure to delight. Explore these experiences and so much more in the Southwest city that never sleeps.
Dream big in the exciting city of Dallas, where nothing small ever happens.
To learn more about your visit to Dallas, go to VisitDallas.com.