AdvoCare International, L.P. (AdvoCare) announced today that this year’s National Success School, hosted from July 13 – 15 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, brought approximately $5.7 million to the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) local economy according to the Fort Worth and Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau. In addition, AdvoCare revealed that National Success School 2018 will be held at The Star in Frisco, with George W. Bush headlining a unique lineup of keynote speakers, providing AdvoCare an opportunity to positively impact the greater North Dallas and Frisco communities.
National Success School is an annual sales and training conference focused on celebrating Independent Distributor achievements while also providing education, inspiration and motivation for continued success. During the three-day business training event, nearly 12,250 AdvoCare Distributors visit DFW, and book thousands of local hotel rooms.
“National Success School is an annual highlight for AdvoCare and the thousands of Independent Distributors who come to the event,” says Allison Levy, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer for AdvoCare. “The local economic value that the event brings is a testament to the dedication of our hard-working Distributors and their determination to help AdvoCare make a positive impact in the communities we serve. We are excited to host next year’s event at the Star in Frisco and continue working with the world-class Cowboys organization.”
AdvoCare will begin hosting National Success School at The Star in Frisco in February 2018. The new location provides AdvoCare a unique backdrop to help inspire, challenge and equip Distributors to champion their respective businesses.
“The Dallas Cowboys are pleased to welcome AdvoCare and National Success School to The Star in Frisco,” says Chad Estis, Executive Vice President of Business Operations for the Dallas Cowboys. “One of our goals is to use this facility to help grow the City of Frisco, and we believe AdvoCare’s National Success School will have a positive economic impact and will help us work toward achieving that goal.”
The Star in Frisco opened in August 2016 and is a 91-acre campus that hosts the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and features the Ford Center – a state-of-the-art, 12,000 seat football stadium that hosts a variety of events, an entertainment district filled with restaurants and shops, a medical center, a 60,000-square foot gym at Cowboys Fit and more.