From Fred’s hamburger place on the corner to the Chamber of Commerce to a men’s clothing store down to the high school, Burlington celebrates Tony Romo as you might expect. While not too much has changed about Romo’s hometown since he became the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys in the fall of 2006, many places around this charming community celebrate this man’s career as a high schooler for the Demons, and now the Cowboys.
This town of roughly 11,000 is where Romo was raised, and it has not changed too much since he graduated.
Mac Engel, 817-390-7760
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