Pink is my signature color
Everyone who knows me will tell you that I like to shake things up a bit. So, who says a 50th anniversary has to be golden? Why can’t it be pink?
To honor Mary Kay’s Inc.’s 50th anniversary and the arrival of 50,000 independent sales force members for our annual Seminar, landmarks throughout Dallas are twinkling with pink lights over the next three weeks. While you are out and about in Big D, check out these buildings that are blushing pink for Mary Kay. And, let’s be honest, we all look a little better with a bit of pink blush.
• Reunion Tower
• Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge / City of Dallas
• Omni Dallas Convention Center Hotel
• 1700 Pacific
• 1717 McKinney Avenue
• Campisi’s – Elm Street
• Dallas Market Center
• Dallas Museum of Art
• Founders Square
• Galleria Dallas
• Hilton Anatole – Nebula Sculpture
• The Hunt Building
• International Trade Plaza
• Neiman Marcus
• NorthPark Center
• One Arts Plaza
• Thanks-Giving Square
• The Plaza at Preston Center
• The Shops at Park Lane
• Trade Mart
• Trolley Turntable at Uptown Station
• United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
• World Trade Center
Photos courtesy of Rhiannon Lee, Paul Vela and Mary Kay Inc.
Hi. It's me, Kathrina, the managing editor for the blog. These are just a few photos of the pink buildings in Dallas. Tweet your photos of the pink buildings with a hashtag #mkseminar. You can follow Mary Kay on twitter @marykay. You can follow me @kathrinamcafee.
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