Texas Almanac, 1949-1950 Page: 15
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JUDGE for yourself WHY the spotlight
of American Business is Focused on DALLAS
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a CENTER OF THE RICH
IDEAL LIVING CONDITIONS ? SOUTHWESTERN MARKET
Ideal climatic conditions and ample, com-
fortable housing combine
with outstanding cul-
tural, educational and re-
ligious facilities to make
S Dallas a happy, con-
genial, satisfying place
Dallas, the dynamic heart of the
Southwest, a market of 172
million people with a net buy-
ing income of $15,473,548,000,
the nation's number one region
of Opportunity for your busi-
to live. A ness activities.
TRANSPORTATION CROSSROADS AMPLE PHYSICAL FACILITIES
9 mainline railroads fan out from Dallas v Industry is showing a preference
in 15 directions; 9 U. S. highways, 44 for Dallas because of its loca-
direct, one-carrier truck * tion, abundant natural re-
lines, 3 major airlines, plus a sources, friendliness. If you're
feeder lines, connect Dallas,
the Southwest and the chief looking for a new location in a
business sections of the a growing market, look to grow-
nation. ing Dallas.
SUPERIOR LABOR SUPPLY
Plentiful productive labor is one of the
brightest beacons to beckon you to Dallas.
Clear-.evd and calm of iudg-
ment, solid American to the g
core, forthright, fair and de- the
pendable, your Texas work- *
man works with his em- a FORTIFIED 0
S ployer. a MARKET t
THERE ARE MORE REASONS
why Dallas is the vital, strategic point of vantage
for complete command of business throughout
the Southwest. Write for any additional or spe-
cific information desired.
DALLAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, DALLAS 2, TEXAS
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