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The Dallas Cowboys Do It In 3D

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Fans wear special glasses as they view a 3D broadcast during the third quarter of the Dallas Cowboys San Diego Chargers game on December 13, 2009 in Arlington, Texas. The broadcast was the first ever public demonstration of HDlogix real time conversion of 2D HDTV video into 3D and was shown on the Cowboys Stadium’s giant Mitsubishi video boards.
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Written by undagroundmilli

December 13, 2009 at 9:56 pm

Dallas Cowboys Are Still Americas Team

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According to Harris Interactive, The Dallas Cowboys are still America’s team proving that Jerry Jones knows branding. The Harris Poll surveyed 2,334 adults between September 8-15, 2009. The Pittsburgh Steelers came in second and the Chicago Bears came in third place.

The Dallas Cowboys are America's Favorite Team

The Dallas Cowboys are America's Favorite Team

Read the full review by Harris Interactive.

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Gerard Spinks is the CEO of Spinks Industries; a web content producer and online marketing firm in Atlanta, GA USA.

Written by undagroundmilli

October 8, 2009 at 7:53 am

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The Monetization of the Dallas Cowboys and Jerry Jones

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Mr. Jerral Jones, aka Jerry Jones, is a flat out genius. He is the owner of the Dallas Cowboys and proves the importance of why I take classes at Trump University on commercial real estate. Jerry Jones originally made his money on gas and oil.

The new Dallas Cowboy stadium cost $1 billion to construct and build but this money will be made back fairly quickly. Let’s examine the numbers just from last night’s televised game on CBS’s Football Night in America. Jerry Jones bought the Cowboys in 1989 for $114 million. The corporation is now worth $1.2 billion in total net worth.

Dallas Cowboys owner Mr. Jerry Jones

Dallas Cowboys owner Mr. Jerry Jones

Total approximate gate receipts from Sundays Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants: 105,000 seats x average ticket price of $80: $8,400,000 total revenue.

Suite leases and sales for last night: Cost $800,000 per year x 8 home games x approx. 12 suites: $1,200,000 total revenue.

Tony Romo and Jason Witten jersey sales top the charts. Out of 105,000 fans we estimate that 20% bought merchandise at an average cost of $100: $2,000,000 total revenue.

Concessions include pizza, hot dogs, beer, soda: We estimate that 105,000 people all spent at least $50 to eat, drink and be merry: $5,250,000 total revenue.

NBC television broadcast rights to broadcast the game nationwide and worldwide: We estimate the revenue share with the NFL to be roughly $10,000,000 total revenue.

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Our grand total in one game revenue for last nights Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants showdown in Arlington, TX: $26,850,000 earned on Sunday night. On top of all that, Mr. Jerry Jones is a good guy and former players that I know personally love this guy. He treats everyone he meets with respect and dignity. This is the key to his true prosperity!

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Written by undagroundmilli

September 21, 2009 at 8:13 am

Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones spares no expense

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Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys has spared no expense in the new stadium in Arlington, Texas. I went to college in Arlington, Texas and used to attend the Texas Rangers’ games over there. This stadium is off the chain, completely. Tonight, the Cowboys host the New York Giants in a highly anticipated game. Unfortunately, the New York Giants have lost Plaxico Burress and Amani Toomer this year so we’ll see how the matchups are.

The Dallas Cowboys new stadium in Arlington Texas

The Dallas Cowboys new stadium in Arlington Texas

I know the players are excited about playing and the whole stadium is buzzing from what my friends tell me in Arlington. Tonight, they have an attendance of over 100,000 people which is huge for a pro football game. Usually, colleges such as Michigan, USC, Ohio State, Tennessee, and Texas have these types of attendance records. Jerry Jones has really done a great job with this stadium and I commend the Cowboys and the city of Arlington, Texas for making this great venue happen.

You can take an online tour of the Dallas Cowboys stadium in Arlington. The stadium sits near the Texas Rangers stadium and Six Flags over Texas right off Highway 30 in the heart of Arlington. This means big business and will immediately increase revenue and opportunity for the residents of Arlington and the whole Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex area.

Written by undagroundmilli

September 20, 2009 at 6:01 pm