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This profile was last updated on 4/15/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. David Card

Wrong David Card?

Owner

Poor David's Pub
1313 S. Lamar
Dallas, Texas 75215
United States

Company Description: live music, music performance venue, Dallas area live music, listening room
Background

Employment History

Education

  • master's , business administration
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"His vision, steadfastness, ...
www.fwweekly.com, 15 April 2014 [cached]
"His vision, steadfastness, and indomitable spirit saw the festival through many hard, rainy times, and created a community of songwriters and music lovers alike in an almost surreal atmosphere," David Card, owner of Poor David's Pub in Dallas, said in an email statement.
David Card Asst. ...
www.bishoplynch.org, 8 Dec 2010 [cached]
David Card Asst. Diving Coach
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David Card Head Diving Coach
Well, back to the open mic… ...
sceneintown.com, 18 Nov 2013 [cached]
Well, back to the open mic… Bill Hearne was the featured artist, something that Poor David's Pub owner David Card and the open mic promoter, Mr. Troll, bring to the show pretty often.
David Card, the irascible ...
www.fwweekly.com, 23 Aug 2012 [cached]
David Card, the irascible owner of Poor David's Pub in Dallas, is bound and determined to get a family possession returned, and he's turning to social media for help. He's created a new Facebook page: Return The Tombstone To Texas. His family owned the original tombstone that was placed on Lee Harvey Oswald's grave at [...]
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David Card, the irascible owner of Poor David's Pub in Dallas, is bound and determined to get a family possession returned, and he's turning to social media for help.
He's created a new Facebook page: Return The Tombstone To Texas.
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It was passed among family members for display and safekeeping, but later went missing, Card said. News media from across the country have covered the dispute, such as this article in The New York Times.
Card said the stone was stolen by an in-law and sold "to a grab-bag museum in Illinois" that now refuses to return it.
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