This month marks the long-anticipated first steps of the "Dallas reboot". It seems like we have been talking about it for ages, and it's finally here. We shut our doors on Dec. 29 and changed out our uniforms for "something you don't mind getting dirty." We traded drink trays and bus carts for sledgehammers and paint brushes. Dallas has hit the pause button.
I have had the pleasure of wandering the halls here at TopGolf Dallas for about four and a half years now. I have seen people come and go½I have seen software evolve½I have seen plastic cups go by the wayside only to be replaced by glassware. I have never seen this site like it sits right now. Chaos is a good word to describe it. There's dust everywhere, piles of stuff that was once recognized as beautiful patio and bay furniture, and bays as naked as the day they were born.
How in the world is this going to come together? Easy½TopGolf Dallas loves a challenge. We helped set the standard for how food and beverage can be the focus of a business born on the golf course. We showed how to entertain a guest who was waiting for his turn on the the tee line. I could go on all day. The point is that Dallas is up for it. We are seeing this as an opportunity to reeducate and retrain our Associates. We are seeing this as an opportunity to deep clean all those nooks and crannies that are oh-so-difficult to reach. And we are seeing this as an opportunity to springboard to the next level.
We call ourselves "the little site that could." With TopGolf building new and larger facilities every year, the Dallas site may look smaller in comparison, but our size does not stop us! It's our Dallas. It's the site that has seen thousands upon thousands of guests share laughs, drinks, dances and victories for six years running. It's for these guests that we are here with hardhats and sledgehammers. We love our site, we love our guests, and we are all in!