The Dallas Cowboys have announced that they will have a new way of honoring the men and women who have sacrificed for their country, and it’s called the “wire wreathe frame.”
The Dallas Cowboys will unveil their new “wire frame” in 2017.
The wreath will feature a new design, and will be worn at home or on the field by the team, team sponsors, and other partners.
According to a release from the team: The wreaths will feature the Dallas Stars, Cowboys’ players, coaches, coaches’ wives, and children.
The team will also wear a different wreath every year at home and on the road.
The new wreathes will be displayed at home in a special tribute to those who gave their lives for our freedom.
The team has partnered with The Dallas Stars for the unveiling.
The “wire” is a new type of wreath made of fiberglass that is used to make the new wreath.
“The Cowboys have always honored the lives of our servicemen and women through the development of the Dallas’ Wire Wreath Frame,” Cowboys President and CEO Stephen Jones said in a statement.
“The wreath is the perfect way to honor these men and those who have served us and our country with a unique tribute to their sacrifice.”
The wreath was designed by Dallas-based company, The Dallas Wreath Company, which specializes in the creation of wreathens.
The company’s website explains the process: A wreath with the Dallas-Texas Stars logo is woven into a fabric that’s made from high-strength, low-density polyester, which is then coated with an adhesive and then attached to the wire with a rubber band.
The wire is then placed inside the fabric to create a wreath that’s designed to stand up to the elements.
It’s an idea that has been around for years, but the design is getting a new look.
In 2016, the Dallas Mavericks introduced the new Dallas Stars Wreath of Honor, which featured a new style of wicket.
The Wreath was introduced with the Stars logo on it, which also featured a Dallas Stars logo.
This is the first time a team will have to pay tribute to the fallen service members who have been in uniform for decades.