Articles by Caitlyn

Sage Kimzey
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Q&A with Sage Kimzey

Jun 25, 2018 By caitlynperry

Sage Kimzey made his first million at age 22, eight seconds at a time on the backs of bucking bulls, to become the youngest millionaire ever in rodeo. A Wrangler Ambassador, Kimzey is now 23 and aiming for his fifth consecutive world championship bull riding title. He’s also relocated from…

Summer Rodeo Season
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Summer Rodeo Season

Jun 21, 2018 By caitlynperry

Buckle up, Buttercup: The 2018 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association season is hitting its summer stride with enough rodeo action for every cowboy and cowgirl in the United States.  More than 600 rodeos—including 85 in Texas alone—comprise the PRCA season, which spikes from June to September. Along the way and in…

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How Indochino Offers Custom Suits at Off-the-Rack Prices

May 14, 2018 By caitlynperry

It’s hard to move with confidence in a suit that doesn’t fit you. More than any other piece of clothing, a suit is meant to fit—the issue is that so many of them, like the ones bought from a “one cut fits all” rack, just don’t. An ill-fitting…

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Dallas Neighborhood Search Tips

May 8, 2018 By caitlynperry

You’ve narrowed down the main reason why moving to Dallas is a great decision for you and have decided to make the big move but that was the easy part. Now you have the task of finding the best place to live in a large, sprawling metropolis like Dallas-Ft. Worth.

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7 Moving Tips to Benefit Your Budget

May 8, 2018 By caitlynperry

Let’s face it, it can be a physical and emotional strain to pack up your entire home and move to a new city, and if you’re not prepared, it can also be a financial strain.  Whether you are relocating to Dallas from another state or from another city in Texas, moving expenses tend to stack up. 

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How To House Hunt Like A Pro In Houston

May 7, 2018 By caitlynperry

Moving anywhere new can be an exciting event, especially if you are moving to Houston. But trying to find a lovely home, in a great neighborhood, can also be a bit daunting (especially if you’re relocating from another city or state).

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Moving to Houston? Here are Four Things to Know About the Bayou City

May 6, 2018 By caitlynperry

There’s more to Houston than meets the eye.  H-Town offers more than the stereotypical cowboys, cattle, and oil wells. While many small towns across the Lone Star state are home to those things, Texas cities like Austin, Dallas and Houston are more urbane and sophisticated.  If you are planning a…

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How to Shop for Energy Plans in Texas

May 5, 2018 By caitlynperry

Since the Texas electricity market opened to competition in 2002, many Texas residents have had the opportunity to choose their own electricity provider. Instead of relying on their local utility to provide them with electricity, most Texans can choose from a variety of competitive providers, allowing them to shop around…

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Guiltless Pleasures

Feb 26, 2018 By caitlynperry

Everybody loves a good burger, including Texas chefs Tracy Miller and Claire Smith. Watch the videos to get recipe tips from the chefs.