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"We're excited to see how much larger the event will get this year." Jim Eaton, VP., RDS Real Estate
FORT WORTH, TX, February 11, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Several of America's top spray can artists are coming to FW to compete for a cash prize at the Second Annual Graffiti Art Festival that will be held in the Fort Worth Design District at 1953 Golden Heights Road on Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 11 am to 4 pm.
Each artist will create a billboard-sized art piece with an inspirational, family-friendly theme. The artists' canvasses will be shipping containers that are part of Box Office Warehouse Suites, the innovative business park at the center of the design district.
"We're excited to see how much larger the event will get this year," said Jim Eaton, VP of RDS Real Estate, the developer of the new Fort Worth Design District. In addition to the contest, the event will include arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, and music.
Festival attendees can also do the Snap and Share Art Walk, a series of interactive murals that are ideal for snapping selfies or other photos to share. Couples on the art walk will want to visit the Love Locks mural where adding a lock to the display is part of the fun.
Visitors to the festival can also take free tours of Ft Worth business spaces for lease at Box Office Warehouse Suites, the innovative eco friendly shipping container business park and shop at the retailers who have shops in the district.
Sponsors will be raffling prizes throughout the event, including a one-hour Lamborghini Driving experience donated by Sponsor Fort Worth Car Storage. Admission to the event is free.
The event is dog friendly. Those bringing a furry friend will want to visit the Golden Triangle Dog Park that is part of the new design district.
About RDS Real Estate
RDS Real Estate is a leader in leasing warehouse space and has excellent Tarrant County office space for lease. With industrial properties located in Fort Worth, Haslet (Blue Mound/ Alliance Area), Arlington, Kennedale and Haltom City.
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