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The Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau is among the first Texas convention & visitors bureaus to announce the use of RSS feeds on their website.
RSS (Real Simple Syndication) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content on news sites, blogs, and websites. Arlington.org updates regularly, and RSS allows real time abstracts of favorite content to be delivered in one place, to avoid visiting and sifting through dozens of websites.
Arlington, Texas is undergoing massive improvements within its tourism product, such as the opening of the new $1.1 billion Cowboys stadium, improved access along I-30, new developments in downtown Arlington, such as Babe's Chicken and the new Levitt Pavilion, the addition of the United States Bowling Congress and Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame. Arlington will also see new sporting games such as Big 12 Championships, AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic and the Super Bowl in 2011, along with a number of new hotels. Click http://www.arlington.org/press_room/arlington_timeline/ to download an updated Arlington timeline.
"By subscribing to a Arlington.org RSS feeds, you'll be able to keep up with the latest content added to the website," said Jay Burress, President & CEO of the Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau, "the feeds provide everything from weekly traffic reports, the latest news on the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers, to exclusive coupons for shops and entertainment venues around Arlington."
To subscribe to the latest updates through RSS from the Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau, subscribe to http://www.arlington.org/rss/.
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SOURCE: Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau
CONTACT: Diane Brandon of the Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau,
+1-800-433-5374, +1-817-729-7573 (cell)
Web Site: http://www.arlington.org/