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with the children of Bedford Wynne, who was part of the Cowboys' first ownership team. In those days, the teenage Hardy hung around the Wynnes and often gave them rides.That turned into a job chauffeuring Pat Summerall and Chris Schenkel when they came to town to broadcast Cowboys games. Hardy is certain he didn't even have a driver's license, but no one bothered to ask.That was just fun and games for Hardy. It would take another couple of decades before the Cowboys were a living rather than a sideline.He briefly attended Lon Morris College in East Texas before returning home following his father's death.Putting his marketing skills to work, Hardy started in the screen printing business and eventually co founded Image Builders. The firm landed major corporate contracts with American Airlines, Trailways bus line, the Dallas Mavericks and others.Hardy and business partner Holly Boggess also created T shirts capturing the zeitgeist of the late 1970s and early '80s.When Gov. Bill Clements Prada Eyeglasses Mens

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Bruce Hardy, a Dallas Cowboys executive and longtime Texas Stadium general manager, is stepping down after 30 years and more than 1,200 games and events.The 67 year old turned Texas Stadium into a concert venue for music's biggest stars and also helped make it an attainable dream for a generation of high school football players. A friend of Strait's since the early 1990s, Hardy decided the Cowboy Rides Away tour at AT Stadium was the perfect moment for him to also ride away from his backstage corner of team history."I'm the luckiest guy in the world," Hardy said, not once but countless times. "I've had the greatest life of all: entertainment and what I've done with young people."A little unsteady due to multiple sclerosis, Hardy will leave AT Stadium this summer with a career full of memories and stories that could be mistaken for scenes from a movie script or excerpts from a Rolling Stone article.There's a late night with Axl Rose, New Year's Eve with Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson, hugs from Taylor Swift, a stage collapse, a fire, as well as moments that seem at home in a Disney produced inspirational sports movie.Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Hardy's sharp wit, creativity and resourcefulness made him an important part of the team. And his Rolodex and relationships were so deep, Jones said, that top entertainers were attracted as much to Hardy as to the team's stadium in Irving."His fingerprints are all over the success we've Prada Sunglasses Pr53ss had," Jones said.Garth Brooks, who sold out three record setting shows at Texas Stadium in 1993, counts Hardy as one of his dearest friends."He disarms you with his honesty," Brooks said. "From Day One, I don't have to figure him out. This guy is just honest and loves people."Hardy was hired by the Cowboys in Green Prada Bag

announced that men should wear short sleeves and no tie during the summer, the partners designed a "Texas Dress Shirt" T shirt with a collar and tie printed on it. They produced "Killer Bees" shirts memorializing the Democratic state senators who fled the Capitol in 1979 to bust a legislative quorum.After years of chasing corporate contracts, Hardy said, he was just "worn out." The 37 year old left the screen printing business without plans for what to do next.That changed suddenly when attorney Jim Francis, who lived nearby, pulled up to his curb one day in the spring of 1984. The two attended Highland Park High School together but were only casual acquaintances."Every morning at 7 o'clock, he'd come down my street," Hardy said. "Bum" Bright, told Hardy that he might have a job possibility.A few days later, the news was official. Bright was part of a group that had just bought the Cowboys, and Hardy landed a Texas Stadium marketing job."They told me to fix it, and I looked at it like it was mine," Hardy said about the stadium, which was losing money.The new owners decided to construct 120 suites at Texas Stadium and put Hardy in charge of selling them. The stadium was one of the most famous in the NFL, but it had fallen behind in amenities."I knew he was hungry; he was a hard worker; he had a great personality," Francis said. "You size people up, and you make a decision based on instincts."Hardy helped design the suites and sold more than $20 million worth in the first year.In searching for other revenue sources, Hardy was determined to turn Texas Stadium into a concert venue despite its reputation for not being musician friendly.Louis Messina was then a music promoter known for the now legendary Texxas Jam hard rock and heavy metal festivals at the Cotton Bowl, the Cowboys' original home. But he had long wanted to follow the team to Irving and make that his home base for stadium shows.

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