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It is often said that everything is bigger in Texas, and for good reason. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is the third busiest airport in the world, and is larger than Manhattan Island. That’s huge! (The DFW airport is also rumored to have the world’s largest parking lot, though Guinness World Book says Edmonton Mall in Canada has that honor.)
Texas is also famous for football, and Dallas is a prime example. The Dallas Cowboys have the largest social media following of any NFL team. Their cheerleading team also became the NFL’s first professional cheerleading squad in 1972. Local high school Woodrow Wilson High is the only public high school in the US to be alma mater to two Heisman Trophy winners. And if that isn’t enough football fame: sports mogul and longtime Dallas resident Lamar Hunt gave the Super Bowl its name in a 1966 letter to commissioner Pete Rozell.
There are also some notable firsts in Dallas history. The first microchip was designed and made at Texas Instruments’ Dallas headquarters. The first frozen margarita machine was made in Dallas in 1971 from a repurposed ice cream machine. The first drive thru bank window was established at Hillcrest State Bank in in Dallas in 1928. And in 1927 the first convenience store was opened and became known as 7-Eleven, which today has over 50,000 locations... and the most Texas-sized Slurpees known to man.