Service is our only product and the staff that delivers this service is our greatest asset.
Dallas Fan Fares is a recognized leader in the field of exceptional meeting management, incentive travel, destination management and sports hospitality. Founded in 1980 as a Destination Management Company (DMC) and still officially recognized among the “Top 25 DMC’s,” we have a proven track record of meticulous program execution.
We think of ourselves as partners, here to help you meet your corporate goals for each event. Our highly professional, knowledgeable and experienced staff bring their creativity and originality to bear on every facet of the program from needs assessment and planning to post meeting evaluation. That along with our time-tested, robust system of checks and balances keeps our clients coming back year after year.
Our goal is to make each program memorable, effective and perfectly executed, all the while never forgetting that each attendee should feel like a personal guest.
If you want it to be great, we'll make it wonderful. If you want an option, we'll give you three. And we've learned how to stretch every dollar of your budget through educated negotiation and vendors who think of us as their partners.
Let our personnel bring creativity, excitement and quality to your next program, be it lunch in Dubai or a dinner event in the heart of Dallas.
with Inspired Events at the George W. Bush Presidential Center
George W. Bush Presidential Center
Within the sports arena, Dallas Fan Fares continues to be recognized as an Official NFL On Location Event Experience Provider for Super Bowl XLVIII and other premier NFL events. more
According to Harris Poll’s annual survey, over one-third of U.S. adults who follow at least one sport (34%) say pro football is their favorite sport, beating out baseball (16%) and college football (11%) by a wide margin. In separate findings, the NFL asserts that fan interest in the United Kingdom has risen by 32 percent over the last two years.
As pro football’s popularity surges in the U.S. and abroad, the NFL International Series is doubling the pleasure for fans across the pond…as well as Americans in search of the sports trip of a lifetime. London’s Wembley Stadium, which hosted its first International Series game between the New York Giants and the Miami Dolphins in 2007, will open its gates to NFL fans twice during the 2013 season.
On September 29, the Minnesota Vikings will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first of the two-game series. Less than a month later, on October 27, the Jacksonville Jaguars will serve as the designated home team to the San Francisco 49ers, who, as you know, came within five yards of winning Super Bowl XLVII. more
at the NCAA Final Four, an event of Texas-sized Proportions
It’s Texas, Y’all!
With the 2010 NBA All-Star Game and Super Bowl XLV serving as precursors, Cowboys Stadium is primed to host yet another of sports’ biggest events. As the NCAA Men’s Final Four makes its way to Arlington, Texas, April 5–7, 2014, local organizers are predicting an event of epic proportions. more