- In this rural North Texas town, it is no coincidence that residents of Dish watch Dish. In an age of experimental marketing, the town, formerly known as Clark, agreed in 2005 to change its name as part of a deal with the Dish Network satellite TV service. In exchange, existing and new residents can receive basic service (nearly 200 channels), as well as installation and equipment like a digital video recorder, all for free.
- The town has tried to capitalize on this singular arrangement. Signs declare Dish the home of free satellite TV, and the flat-screen televisions in the town hall are wired for Dish Network programming. Dish is 33 miles and many cattle pastures north of Fort Worth, as all signs point to a major explosion in population (residents and commercial projects).
- Sitting on the North edge of Justin, TX and the South edge of Dish, TX (formerly Clark, TX) surrounded by established 1 – 2 acre homes to the South of this 37 acre parcel. 37 acres (27 single family home development + 10 acres commercial development frontage on FM 156. Open to sell separately if needed.
967,299 20 MILE
$117,423 20 MILE AVERAGE
41,000 VPD DAILY TRAFFIC