When you think of Ft Worth do you think of honky-tonks and country music? Historically, Ft Worth was a small town before it became a stop on the Chisholm Trail. On the Chisholm Trail, cattle were driven to market and created traffic in cities it passed through. The city’s location and prime stopping point on the trail earned it the nickname Cowtown.
Today the city is known for its diversity, entertainment venues, and unique downtown cityscape. Ft Worth is ranked as the ninth safest city in the U.S. and hosts the world’s only twice-a-day cattle drive in the Stockyards National Historic District. Did you know that President John F. Kennedy made his last speech in Ft Worth before he traveled to Dallas on the day of his assassination*?
Liberty National in Cowtown
From the historical Ft Worth Stockyards to the Kimbell Art Museum, the city has entertainment for all. (Even if you’re not into square dancing and cowboy boots!) Visitors enjoy the Amon Carter Museum, the West 7th district, Bass Performance Hall, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Billy Bob’s, the Ft Worth Zoo, Stockyards Championship Rodeo and Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show, and Texas Motor Speedway.
The city is home to Texas Christian University and TCU Horned Frogs football. You’ll also find the Colonial Country Club, the location of the PGA’s Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Colonial Country Club is one of the best ranked golf courses in the country*.
The Sellors-Sellors Agency in Ft Worth
So check it out! Ft Worth could be the start of a great new career for you with Liberty National.
“Every day is different and exciting. You get to earn an income most people will never get an opportunity to earn,” Michele Sellors says about a career with Liberty National.
Are you interested in learning more about the Sellors-Sellors Agency in Ft Worth, Texas? Check out the Agency’s website.