The Big D: A Journey to the Past That’s Nothing Short of Inspirational
By Larrita Browning
Posted in Customer Engagement
Engage18: On The Inside
It stands 30 feet high. At night, the massive 72 white pre-cast columns provide the mind’s eye with the creative illusion that they’re floating, seemingly, on nothing but the light that supports them.
It came into existence, June 24, 1970, with one purpose. To pay tribute to a man. A President. John F. Kennedy.
Today, the massive structure that was carefully crafted and expertly designed by the renowned American architect Philip Johnson is affectionately referred to as the Kennedy Memorial. To stand in front of the structure, even for a brief moment of reflection and remembrance, is nothing short of inspirational.
Located in the Kennedy Memorial Plaza, the Kennedy Memorial has become an integral part of Dallas’ cultural climate and is one of the top historical works of art to visit in Dallas.
So if you’re heading to the Big D, May 14-17, for the Verint Global Customer Conference, why not take a journey to the past and visit the Kennedy Memorial.
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