North Carolina


MissGeico
News | August 3, 2021
Miss GEICO Has Promising Domestic Race Season Ahead    

The 47-foot-long Miss GEICO Victory catamaran is made of carbon and Kevlar for high performance and can reach top speeds of 170 mph. More>>



AmericanLegion
News | August 2, 2021
American Legion Says, “Play Ball!” in North Carolina   

The nation's largest veterans organization announced that The American Legion World Series will be played in Shelby, NC, August 12-17. More>>



MissGeico
News | July 28, 2021
Powerboat Races Coming to Destinations This Summer, Fall   

Miss GEICO Racing competes in Class ONE which consists of the fastest race boats in the world. More>>



JOSC
News | July 27, 2021
JOSC Race Series Releases Summer (and Fall!) Schedule   

Starting in 2019, Jacksonville-Onslow Sports Commission began hosting the JOSC Race Series to help our community connect. More>>



USA_Baseball
| July 26, 2021
USA Baseball Names Elliott Avent as Manager of Collegiate National Team   

USA Baseball has named North Carolina State’s Elliott Avent the manager of the 2021 Collegiate National Team. More>>



WakeMed
| July 26, 2021
WakeMed to Continue Naming Rights Sponsorship of Soccer Park   

WakeMed continues the existing naming rights of the 150-acre WakeMed Soccer Park facility for the next three calendar years, through 2023. More>>



JacksonvilleOnslowRaceSeries
News | July 22, 2021
Jacksonville-Onslow Sports Commission Has Events on Tap Through Summer   

From boxing to car shows to road races on foot, Jacksonville-Onslow has the summer season covered. More>>



Skyview
News | July 12, 2021
A Buncombe County golf tradition since 1960 returns this week   

A Buncombe County golf tradition since 1960 returns this week with big news and a promising future. More>>


Issue | July 1, 2021
July/August 2021   

How did you get your start in the industry? Were you a sports standout in school and wanted to stay connected to what you loved? Did you drift in... More>>



NatlParks
Article | June 30, 2021
Attendance at National Parks Surge as States Ease Restrictions   

The great outdoors benefitted, well, greatly during lockdown, with people discovering national parks for hiking, cycling and fishing, as well as... More>>



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