Dodge City and The Drew Pearson Show


Dodge City of McKinney is proud to be a sponsor of The Drew Pearson Show, the number one most followed Sports and Entertainment Program within a six state area from Dallas, Texas. The show is shot live on location every week at different businesses in and around the DFW Metroplex.

Last night’s show was live at Henry’s Tavern at the Shops of Legacy and since Drew Pearson was out of town at a charity event, the show was hosted by former Cowboy players Marc Colombo and “Mr. 4th and Long” Jesse Holly, Miss Kelly from ESPN, and Dodge City of McKinney’s own General Manager, Jim Proctor.


The four weighed in on the Dallas Cowboys huge win over St. Louis on Sunday. They defeated the Rams 31-7, and took over the top spot in the NFC East.

The Cowboys are off to a 2-1 start, and looking to make the playoffs for the first time since 2009. If they are able to put together more all-around dominant performances like they did against the Rams, we should see them playing deep in the postseason.

Our beloved Cowboys will face off against the San Diego Chargers this Sunday at 3 pm. Keep yourself up-to-date with the best football talk by tuning into The Drew Pearson Show. For more information about The Drew Pearson Show sponsored in part by Dodge City of McKinney visit

And if you’re looking for the best deal on a new or used vehicle in Cowboy Country, visit Chrysler Jeep Dodge City of McKinney at 700 South Central Expressway in McKinney, Texas or give us a call at 972-569-9650 today!

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