Dallas pulled out all the stops to woo Republicans and win their 2016 political convention. But on Tuesday, all of the dazzle fizzled into reality: Big D lost the convention to Cleveland.
Dallas will not be hosting the Republican National Convention in 2016. The party’s site selection committee has selected Cleveland. This is a big loss for Dallas.
A Republican National Committee panel is about to choose between Dallas and Cleveland to host the Republican Party’s 2016 presidential convention.
The Republican National Committee may announce whether Dallas will host the party’s 2016 Convention as early as tomorrow.
It looks like the elephant-themed party paid off. The Republican National Committee announced on Wednesday that Dallas is still in the running to host the 2016 GOP Convention.
Dallas city leaders have already started grading themselves on Friday after the Republican National Convention site selection committee visited North Texas.
With the hope of hosting the Republican National Convention in 2016, Big D threw a Grand Old Party for the GOP. As a band played outside the American Airlines Center, cheerleaders and volunteers welcomed the 13 members of the RNC.
Dallas is continuing to woo the Republican National Convention site selection committee, as the group considers North Texas as a possible host for the 2016 event.
There was a big Texas welcome for the 2016 Republican National Convention site selection committee. The group received a ‘rowdy’ greeting at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Wednesday.
The RNC committee is in North Texas on Wednesday to see if Dallas is the perfect place to host the 2016 convention. The committee wrapped up a tour of Denver on Tuesday.
Big things are happening in Big D. Some major upcoming events could really shine a spotlight on North Texas in the coming years. But that is only if Dallas can actually land these huge deals.
Dallas has been named as one of only four cities still in the running to host the next Republican National Convention. During the second week of June members of the RNC site selection committee will visit North Texas.