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Topic - Robert Cluck
"It's always been kind of an ongoing saga about Cowboys Stadium, or AT&T Stadium, being in Dallas, and we kind of have worked on that pretty hard," Robert Cluck, Arlington's mayor since 2003, said with a chuckle. "When we first opened the stadium, you bet it bugged me. ... I kept calling CBS, ABC and anybody who did it, and reminded them where it was, and pretty much now people know."
When Wellman said he knew it was Arlington, Cluck said he was picking up the lunch check.