Talk:XIT Ranch

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XIT doesn't stand for "Ten in Texas"?[edit]

Of course the brand was designed so it would be hard to change, but the TSHA handbook doesn't explicitly say that XIT doesn't stand for Ten in Texas. Flat-out saying that XIT doesn't stand for Ten in Texas is potentially an inaccurate assumption. smileguy91talk x my huckleberrying 18:20, 1 July 2018 (UTC)