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Monthly Archives: August 2018

    The Moxy – A New Pink Party Paradise for Charlotte

    By Craig LePage | August 30, 2018

    Pink Party Paradise. What does that even mean? That was my first thought when someone told me that Charlotte was getting a ‘pink’ hotel. Umm…excuse me? First things first, pink isn’t a completely awful color but…well, yeah, it is. Is it going to look like it treats nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach and diarrhea? (Advertising... Read More

    Charlotte Loves Dogs!

    By Craig LePage | August 26, 2018

    “It’s just a dog…it’s not like it’s your kid”. “You don’t have to touch every dog you walk by, you know”. “Are you really bringing your dog with us?” …The type of (ridiculous) questions you are used to being asked when you’re head over paws in love with your wagging, slobbering, adorable fur child. Like me. My... Read More

    Experience Freedom…Experience Boating Lake Norman

    By Craig LePage | August 23, 2018

    One of the most exciting parts about life at Lake Norman is getting out on the water! There’s tons of activities to choose from like water sports, beaching, fishing, and chartered cruises, but most Lake Norman residents say their favorite by far is simply relaxing on their boats! If you’re like most people, boating sounds... Read More

    Parks in Uptown Charlotte

    By Craig LePage | August 20, 2018

    Charlotte center city is known mainly for the large buildings, eclectic shopping areas and endless activities for everyone. In addition to the typical “big city” like features, there are a number of nature parks that surround the city as well. On any given day as a resident of Charlotte, you may feel yourself wanting to... Read More

    U.S National Whitewater Center in Charlotte

    By Craig LePage | August 18, 2018

    Sitting on 1,300 acres on the Catawba River, the National Whitewater Center in Charlotte is home to the largest man-made whitewater river in the world. The USNWC’s efforts to get people playing outside is driven by their passion for the outdoors mixed with recognizing a need in our world to promote healthy and active lifestyles... Read More

    NASCAR Shop Tours and NASCAR Hall of Fame

    By Craig LePage | August 10, 2018

    If there is one thing the Charlotte, North Carolina area is known for it is NASCAR Racing. Although the birth of NASCAR as a major sport may have began on the beaches of Daytona Florida, North Carolina and the Charlotte area is where many of the drivers and then race teams called home. When NASCAR... Read More

    Huntersville, NC – A Great Place to Live

    By Craig LePage | August 7, 2018

    Overview: As you travel north on I-77 just passed the 485 Loop you will enter into the town of Huntersville.  Due to its sheer size it may appear to be a city, but it is still classified as a town.  If you are looking for your next Dream Home – you might want to consider Huntersville.  It is... Read More