become a sponsor
Interested in becoming a sponsor and featuring your company to 8,000+ young adults in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex? Or do you have a larger company and want to reach out to the entire state and a captive audience 40,000+ through our sister companies in Austin & San Antonio? E-mail email@example.com for sponsorship information. A package can be tailored to fit any company’s needs. Read about our current sponsors below.
At Sam Adams, each year we travel to Germany to select the world’s best Heirloom aroma hops for our Boston Lager.
Big Industrial beers are made with bittering hops purchased on the global commodity markets. While these provide a lot of bitter they do not have great aroma.
Samuel Adams Boston Lager. Rich, flavorful, aromatic and brewed inefficiently since 1984.
We slice our all-natural* meats and fresh veggies in-house every day. Our fresh-baked bread is made right here where you can see it, and our house-made tuna salad is fresh every day. The flavor of a ripe tomato, crisp shredded lettuce, combined with fresh-baked bread, fresh-sliced meat and real Hellmann’s® mayo – that’s when the magic happens. Made with love every single day since 1983. That’s Jimmy Fresh!
Addison Ice House
Try a flight of local brews, or sip on a signature craft cocktail while you munch on chef creations like their street tacos or the Holy Trinity plate (Ribs, Jalapeno Cheddar Sausage, and Brisket). Besides its outdoor deck, Addison Ice House has plenty of TVs, so it’s a great spot to gather and watch your favorite teams. Pull up a chair and chill out at Addison Ice House – we’re happy to hang out with you!
Buffalo Joe’s Grill & Bar
Buffalo Joe’s Grill & Bar is your neighborhood sports bar. With 10 50” HD Plasmas, 28 televisions, 4 HD Big Screens, International Satellite, this is the place to come watch your favorite sports team and have a good time. Great drink specials and delicious food is available.
Have fun playing pool, foosball and various video games.
Billy Bob’s Texas
Billy Bob’s Texas opened April 1, 1981 with national attention featuring with it’s 100,000 square feet entertainment center, more than 30 bar stations, country music’s biggest stars, real Pro Bull Riding, and a Texas size dance floor. It became known as “The World’s Largest Honky Tonk”, where more than 6,000 fun loving folks of all ages could enjoy entertainment every day and night.