When it comes to living in North Texas, your proximity to the hub of what’s happening often depends on the time of year. East Dallas hardly gets recognized until the State Fair hits every fall, and Addison gets quite a crowd for their Fourth of July and Oktoberfest celebrations. Now there’s another city that will reap some serious benefits next year: Arlington, home of the new state-of-the-art Dallas Cowboys Stadium, and soon to be location of SuperBowl XLV.
Arlington, a growing city located about 20 miles from Dallas, is home to a Six Flags Over Texas theme park, the Ballpark at Arlington where the Rangers play, and yes, Cowboys Stadium. One thing the town is short on, however: hotels, motels and inns for the grand influx of football fans expected to flood North Texas for the SuperBowl next year. The solution? Well, if you are a luxury homeowner living in close proximity to the stadium, you’re in luck. Post details of your home on www.eventhomes.com, including square footage, distance to the stadium and photos, and voila, sports fans can reserve your place with a click of the mouse.
Feeling a little concerned about a stranger sleeping in your quarters? Would $10,000 a day put your mind at ease? Depending on the size of your home and its distance to the Cowboys Stadium, renters can make anywhere from $1,000 to $20,000 a day during the SuperBowl week. Also, renters are encouraged to put all small and important possessions in storage while keeping the big furniture items out for guests, to ensure everything is as it should be upon your return from your fabulous vacation- sponsored by football fanatics. Does it get better than that?
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