Dallas Commercial Printing & Business Card Companies
Originally part of the area settled by the Native American Caddo tribe, the area was claimed by Spain, France, and the Republic of Texas before becoming part of the United States when Texas joined the union. The city was granted its town charter in 1856 with a population of only 678. It is now the ninth largest city in the United States and the third largest in Texas with a population of 1,241,162. It also receives nearly 30 million visitors every year.
On the business side, the Dallas area is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies including Exxon Mobil, JC Penney, AT&T, Texas Instruments, and many others. The Dallas area is also home to seven of the world’s most admired companies, five professional sports teams, and houses the largest district for urban arts in the United States. With the Trinity River Corridor Project well underway, the city will have a park ten times the size of Central Park in New York City when finalized.
A few other fun facts on Dallas:
- The frozen margarita machine was invented in Dallas.
- It was home to the first 7-11 convenience store.
- The term “Superbowl” was coined by Dallas native Lamar Hunt.
- The Dallas Public Library permanently displays one of the original copies of the Declaration of Independence, printed on July 4, 1776, and the First Folio of William Shakespeare’s “Comedies, Histories & Tragedies.”
- The Dallas/Fort Worth area is home to 23 of the richest Americans.
And if you happen to bump into them, one of Dallas’s many visitors, or any potential contact, having a top-notch card to hand them can pay off big. While there are a few Dallas business card companies, how many have a professional eye for design, knowledge of the best materials, and the ability to do all the work in-house? At Catdi Inc. we can compete with any of the Dallas business card companies by offering professional services at reasonable prices. Based in Houston, our experts will take your logo, branding, and contact information to create an elegant and stunning card more likely to end up in a rolodex than garbage can. If shopping Dallas business card companies, why not give us a call (link to Contact page) to see how we can help your business stand out?
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