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Dallas Cowboys team up with tax firm Ryan

Global tax services and software provider Ryan has entered into a partnership with the Dallas Cowboys NFL American football team.

The five-year deal names Ryan, which is based in North Texas, as the official tax partner of the Cowboys.

As part of the deal, a new Ryan Club will open at the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium. Ryan will also become the presenting sponsor of the Dallas Cowboys Community Quarterback Challenge, a community-based project for North Texas American football teams.

It marks the first time that a business tax services firm has been named as the Cowboys’ official tax partner.

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