Book a luxury suite at AT&T Stadium – home to the Dallas Cowboys
If you entertain clients in your business, renting Cowboys luxury suites is a safe bet to increase your company’s revenue. Since their inception into the NFL in 1960, the Cowboys have risen to become one of the most iconic and recognizable sports franchises in the world. Their inaugural season ended with a record of 0-11-1 much to the dismay of their first coach, Tom Landry, and their quarterback “Dandy” Don Meredith. Their one tie that season came from a 31-31 contest against the New York Giants.
A lot has changed in the last 55+ years, with players and coaches coming and going. In addition, the sport has become very corporate, with new stadiums being built every few years and luxury suites being a top priority. So if you host client events, renting Dallas Cowboys suites are the way to go!
Landry’s Cowboys went on to win two Super Bowls as they cemented their place in NFL lore. Jerry Jones purchased the team in 1989 and hired Jimmy Johnson as the new head coach. This move proved to be quite beneficial as Johnson brought the Cowboys Super Bowl victories in 1992 and 1993. His successor, Barry Switzer, brought home their most recent Lombardi Trophy with a championship in 1995.
Today, the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys is Jason Garrett. He took the helm in 2011 with Tony Romo as his starter. Now that Romo has traded his helmet for a microphone, Garrett and the Cowboys are thrust into a new era of football in Dallas. Coach Garrett, along with his third year quarterback and running back combo of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, looks forward to bringing another Super Bowl victory home to Dallas.
After an electrifying start to their NFL careers by both Prescott and Elliott (resulting in Prescott being named the NFL Rookie of the Year and Elliott in the running for league MVP), the Cowboys hoped that success would continue. Off the field issues put Elliott on ice for a portion of last season. The uncertainty of his playing status translated into problems for the rest of the team on the field, as well. Prescott was trying hold his team together, but the outside drama played a role for Dallas this past season. Eliminated from the playoffs with a 9-7 record, the Cowboys regrouped in the off-season and focused all of their energy on a shot at the title in February of 2019. They will do so with the help of Leighton Vander Esch, their new linebacker from Boise State taken in the first round of the 2018 NFL draft. Also added to the mix is Amari Cooper, a dynamic receiver acquired mid-season via a trade with Oakland. His production has enhanced an already strong offense. Joined by Randall Cobb, who signed in Dallas over the offseason, the wide receiver corps is in great shape for Prescott.
Absent from the Cowboys locker room this past season was Jason Witten. After 15 years in Dallas, the tremendously talented tight end had gone the way of Tony Romo, hanging up his cleats in a lieu of a microphone and a spot as a Monday Night Football analyst. A potential first ballot Hall of Famer, Witten was missed by Cowboys fans around the country. However, in an off-season shocker, Witten announced that the fire inside him to compete was too strong. He will return to the gridiron as a member of the Dallas Cowboys for the 2019 season.
A division win in 2018 sent the Cowboys to the playoffs. Surviving against the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 24-22 in a hard fought game, Dallas headed into the divisional round against the Los Angeles Rams. A 30-22 loss ended Dallas’s Super Bowl dreams for 2018, but the team will press forward towards another Super Bowl in 2019.
America’s Team has had many legends don the Cowboys uniform including Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Tony Dorsett, Emmitt Smith, and Michael Irvin. Call us now to rent a Cowboys suite! For more information about the Dallas Cowboys team click here.