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FORT WORTH, Texas (May 31, 2013) — The Starr Conspiracy, a strategic marketing and advertising agency for enterprise software and services companies, has moved into its new headquarters in a 1920s industrial building that most recently housed a notorious nightclub.
The agency’s new headquarters, at 122 S. Main St., is just south of I-30 in the designated South Main Urban Village,
a redeveloping slice of the central city. Built in the 1920s to house a printing company, the building was most
recently home to the Mystique nightclub. Today, the property is co-owned by The Starr Conspiracy and Amphibian Stage Productions.
“It’s a natural fit between Amphibian and us,” said Paul Roberts, CEO of The Starr Conspiracy. “Their mission is to
produce innovative and engaging theater that challenges the way people see the world around them. Our legacy is
to change business-to-business marketing forever. We’re both exploring new frontiers every day.”