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2014-09-02 20:22:33

Belk, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders launch partnership with fashion, store appearances and giving back DALLAS, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Belk, the nation's largest family owned and operated department store company, is the official style destination of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Belk is prominently featured in this season of Country Music Television's (CMT) popular reality series DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADERS: MAKING THE TEAM. Episode five of the reality series airs Friday,...

2014-05-06 12:27:46

Three-year agreement includes fashion, endorsements and store appearances DALLAS, May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Belk, the nation's largest family owned and operated department store company, today announced a three-year partnership agreement with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (DCC). The agreement includes endorsements, appearances, and numerous co-branded marketing initiatives. In the month of October, Belk will also be the exclusive provider of the iPromise clothing line for the...

2009-07-04 12:18:31

A non-profit agency says it is planning another reunion of the cast of the U.S. TV series Dallas despite last year's lackluster 30th anniversary event. Ultimate Dallas.com webmaster Colin Hunter said the J. Timothy Hogan Foundation is trying to organize an anniversary event devoid of the struggles that plagued last November's reunion, The Dallas Morning News reported Saturday. Of course people are going to be concerned about another event this scale, Hunter said of the 2008 event, which was...

2009-01-26 15:48:50

Police said a thief stole a $250 mannequin and $50 worth of underwear from a Dallas store, Condoms to Go, early Monday morning. Investigators said the items were taken from Condoms To Go by a thief who apparently entered the store before dawn Monday by removing the front glass door, The Dallas Morning News reported Monday. Dallas police said they currently do not have any suspect information to release.

2008-10-13 09:00:25

Larry Hagman was reluctant to be on a new TV show called "Dallas" when he first read the script in the late 1970s, figuring there wouldn't be any money in it. But his wife persuaded him to give the role of conniving oil baron and cattle rancher J.R. Ewing a shot, saying they could "renegotiate" and that the job might pay off. It did, eventually earning Hagman a reported $100,000 or more per episode. And now fans from across the world are paying as much as $1,000 apiece to celebrate the 30th...

2008-07-11 09:00:41

DALLAS _ He hangs his hat almost 5,000 miles from Southfork, but Colin Hunter has rounded up a huge herd of fans still infatuated with "Dallas." Never mind that the iconic television show has been off the air since 1991. Each day, 23,000 people visit Ultimate Dallas.com, the fan site Hunter produces out of his north London home. "There are people from everywhere _ Romania, Japan, the U.S., Indonesia," Hunter, 36, said by telephone. "We've got this whole new fan base, some people as young as...

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