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The new Fair Park location, called The Fair Park District Entrepreneur Center, will function under the franchise model, similar to that of the San Antonio Entrepreneur Center. The District, for short, will occupy 5,000 square feet of space at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X boulevards, a location that was chosen to serve as a symbol of racial equality and interfaith collaboration. The District will receive a blueprint for the center from the DEC and will run independently.
The District is the result of a partnership between the DEC and The ZIP Code Connection, a project led by the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church to eradicate poverty in South Dallas and East Texas. The District is being funded by The ZIP Code Connection, which is supported by churches within its network.
“Our collective main goal was to identify or create trained people, living and working in places, who are in livable career path jobs within the South Dallas Fair Park District,” Rev. George Battle, director of The ZIP Code Connection, wrote in an email. “An incubator for business and development needs became the first outcome from all the activities our … team did.”