Arlington, Texas

Copier Lease Center is proud to provide copier leasing solutions to the city of Arlington, Texas and surrounding areas. Arlington lies twelve miles east of Fort Worth and twenty miles west of Dallas. It’s the second largest city in Tarrant County after Fort Worth.

Here are a few notable facts about Arlington:

University of Texas
University of Texas at Arlington is the largest university in North Texas with over 40,000 students. UT Arlington is a public research university that offers over 180 degree programs. The school participates in 15 intercollegiate sports as the UTA Mavericks and is a member of the NCAA Division 1 and Sun Belt Conference. There are two campuses: Main Campus, and a campus at Fort Worth. The most famous residential life tradition at UTA is the annual mud volleyball tournament called Oozeball. It is generally held Spring Weekend, or the last weekend before the end of classes.

AT&T Stadium
AT&T Stadium, formerly known as Cowboys Stadium is home to the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL. The stadium also hosts the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. Locals refer to the stadium as Jerry’s World after the Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who envisioned a bigger stadium for the Cowboys. They originally played at the Texas Stadium from 1971 to 2008. AT&T Stadium can hold up to 100,000 seats, making it the largest stadium in the NFL as far as seat capacity. The stadium is climate-controlled with a retractable roof for a variety of events throughout the year. At the time of opening, the AT&T Stadium had the world’s largest HD Video Scoreboard.

Six Flags Over Texas
Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington was the first Six Flags amusement park. The park has been in operation since 1961. The “Six Flags” name comes from the six states that had control over Texas territory from 1519 to today: Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the United States, and the Confederate States. After controversy over the Confederate flag in 2017, the park now only displays six American flags. The Texas Giant in the Texas region of Six Flags was the tallest wooden rollercoaster in the world in 1990. It is now known as the New Texas Giant, made of steel tracks. The New Texas Giant is taller than its original design, reaching up to 153 feet in the air and dropping down by 147 feet.

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