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24HourDallas Overview

24HourDallas began as an initiative of the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association. The GDRA is the North Texas chapter of the Texas Restaurant Association.

The all-volunteer 24HourDallas debuted January 4, 2020 following nearly five years of urban growth conflicts affecting the nighttime economy in the City of Dallas.

On May 5, 2020, 24HourDallas incorporated as a stand-alone 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to fully embrace all of the opportunities and challenges of making a safe, vibrant and diverse nighttime culture for businesses, residents and guests in Dallas.

More than 100 volunteers and 50 businesses and organizations comprise the 24HourDallas team.

Media Contacts

Randall White, Director
(214) 457-0615

24HourDallas Media Releases

January 6, 2020 — Restaurant Association to Introduce Anti-Trafficking Program During Dallas County Commissioners Court Presentation

24HourDallas Media Coverage

January 7, 2020 — A sign of hope: How Dallas restaurants are stepping up to fight human trafficking. The Dallas Morning News (editorial)

January 7, 2020 — Organización de restaurantes en Dallas presenta una herramienta para combatir el tráfico de personas. Univision 23

January 14, 2020 — New signs at restaurants hope to help victims of human trafficking. WFAA-Channel 8

January 16, 2020 — Restaurants, Motel 6 Launch Fight Against Human Trafficking. Bisnow

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