Here is press information about 24HourDallas.
24HourDallas' origins were a series of collaborations between the restaurant, bar, and commercial real estate industries in Dallas. The alliance led to some wins for the nighttime economy in the City of Dallas
From those successes, the all-volunteer 24HourDallas was formed.
On May 5, 2020, 24HourDallas incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to fully embrace all the opportunities and challenges of making a safe, vibrant and diverse nighttime culture in Dallas for businesses, residents, and guests.
More than 60 volunteers and 40 businesses and organizations comprise the 24HourDallas team.
Apr. 1, 2021
A Nightlife Mayor of Dallas? 24HourDallas Wants the City To Respect Its Nightlife D Magazine
Nov. 7, 2020
24 Hours Of Fun With Dallas Digithon Live Online
Jan 7, 2020
A sign of hope: How Dallas restaurants are stepping up to fight human trafficking. The Dallas Morning News (editorial)
Jan. 7, 2020
Organización de restaurantes en Dallas presenta una herramienta para combatir el tráfico de personas. Univision 23
Jan. 14, 2020
New signs at restaurants hope to help victims of human trafficking. WFAA-Channel 8
Jan. 16, 2020
Restaurants, Motel 6 Launch Fight Against Human Trafficking. Bisnow
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For More Information, Contact:
Randall White, Board President & Founder
- Apr. 30, 2021 — Our Special Message for Restaurants, Food Trucks, Bars, Brewpubs, and Other Food Service Businesses Food service businesses in the United States that have experienced pandemic-related revenue loss can register now for a Restaurant Revitalization Fund account with the Small Business Administration.
- Apr. 28, 2021 — Dallas just needs to go to bed at 6 p.m. "The City of Dallas, Dallas County, and the Dallas Independent School District can provide all the services residents need using business tax revenues earned by day and by increasing property taxes on homeowners."
- Apr. 20, 2021 — Restaurateurs: Learn trends (and traps) in opening fully for post-COVID dining On Monday, May 3, 4-5 p.m., join us as we dive into the topic of foodservice businesses reopening fully for post-pandemic diners. 24HourDallas presents "Let's Eat: How Restaurants Should Respond As Nighttime Diners Return," a free Zoominar open to all.
- Mar. 24, 2021 — Does Dallas Need a Nighttime Mayor? Let's find out when Ariel Palitz, Senior Executive Director of NYC's Office of Nightlife, sits in with 24HourDallas members, Wednesday, Mar. 31, 6 p.m.
- Mar. 22, 2021 — Nighttime businesses: Take action to receive pandemic recovery assistance The 24HourDallas Economics Team encourages all eligible nighttime operators in Dallas to take advantage of support offered through the COVID-19 stimulus bill that President Joe Biden signed into law March 11.
- Feb. 28, 2021 — Nighttime design, economic growth after dark, and the return of dining out at night Lighting completes architecture. Culture flourishes after dark. Laughter and friendships are more authentic. Even food tastes better at night. And, in this divided and digitized world, the night also brings us together. Or, rather, it will again. Soon.
- Jan. 20, 2021 — Join us Monday, Jan. 25, as we Zoom about a 'pandemic-proof' business model Everyone loves pizza, especially during a global pandemic. Pizza sales are so strong that many other restaurants and former bars have turned to pizza as an attractive revenue stream.
- Dec. 22, 2020 — Why would a star ever be afraid of the dark? Nighttime has always been an important element of the human experience. It is when many rest and reflect. The night is also when people work, celebrate, and create.
- Dec. 1, 2020 — Bars are easy to toss under the pandemic bus. At this moment in time, bars, pubs, and other drinking establishments around the globe are being closed by governments to limit the spread of COVID-19.
- Nov. 2, 2020 — Let's raise pandemic relief funds for Dallas performing and visual artists. Dallas Digithon is a 24-hour, non-stop, streaming 'variety show' designed to bring awareness to 24HourDallas and the many Dallas artists who are unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Oct. 27, 2020 — At work or play, women experience a different world at night. What can we all do to better respond to the needs and challenges faced by women who work or socialize at night?
- Oct. 13, 2020 — Showcase your talents and raise money for artists via the 2020 Dallas Digithon. Central Market and 24HourDallas invite you and your creative friends to share your impressive talents as part of an innovative event that will raise money for individual artists who live and/or work in Dallas.
- Sep. 25, 2020 — How many parking spaces are enough? Are reduced parking requirements where Dallas is finally is headed?
- Sep. 21, 2020 — Edwin Cabaniss of The Kessler Theater says, 'The live music industry is in intensive care.' From cathedrals to clubs and cabarets to concert halls, the coronavirus pandemic has silenced live vocal and instrumental music.
- Sep. 17, 2020 — Are there racial inequities at clubs, restaurants, and other nighttime social venues? You know there are...
- Sep. 16, 2020 — Donate to 24HourDallas tomorrow and help restore, reimagine Dallas at night. The coronavirus pandemic shot an arrow through our city's cultural, culinary, and sociable heart. One new, all-volunteer organization is leading our return to normal and advocating for a nighttime Dallas is will be safer, more inclusive, and more vibrant. You can help. Please donate to 24HourDallas during North Texas Giving Day, Thu., Sep. 17, 2020.
- Sep. 1, 2020 — Is Live Music Dead?. The live-music sector has been among the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. It is incomprehensible to imagine a future without live music as we have known it in cafes, clubs, concert halls, outdoor venues, and festivals. So what does this mean for live music?
- Oct. 1, 2020 - How will new City of Dallas parking ordinances affect you? What kind of city do we want to be, anyway? One full of cars — or one full of people?
- Nov. 2, 2020 - Let's raise pandemic relief funds for Dallas performing and visual artists. Dallas Digithon is a 24-hour, non-stop, streaming 'variety show' designed to bring awareness to 24HourDallas and the many Dallas artists who are unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Nov. 9, 2020 - The night is unfair to women. Learn solutions this Thursday. While enjoying Dallas' sociable districts at night, managing a life around her night shift job, or even at her nighttime workplace, a woman juggles disadvantages not experienced by a man.
- Dec. 13, 2020 - Join us on Tuesday as we explore how Dallas bars will recover ... and more! Neighborhood pubs, taverns, bars, and saloons have played pivotal roles in United States history. The ideas, treaties, and revolutions that have shaped our nation have often been crafted and confirmed with a tip of a glass.
- Dec. 20, 2020 - Why would a star ever be afraid of the dark? Nighttime has always been an important element of the human experience. It is when many rest and reflect. The night is also when people work, celebrate, and create. Despite mythical monsters under the bed or lingering in closets, the dark is not something to be afraid of. It is to be claimed. Protected. Advocated.
- Jan. 20, 2021 - Join us Monday, Jan. 25, as we Zoom about a 'pandemic-proof' business model. Everyone loves pizza, especially during a global pandemic. Pizza sales are so strong that many other restaurants and former bars have turned to pizza as an attractive revenue stream.
- Feb. 5, 2021 - Here's our high five, just for you.What kind of city does Dallas want to be at night? Is Dallas a great city? We believe the greatest cities in the world find ways for residents, visitors, and businesses to coexist at night. 24HourDallas also believes we can attain this harmony in smart, safe, and considerate ways.
- Feb. 28, 2021 - Nighttime design, economic growth after dark, and the return of dining out at night. Lighting completes architecture. Culture flourishes after dark. Laughter and friendships are more authentic. Even food tastes better at night. And, in this divided and digitized world, the night also brings us together.