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  • Ribbon Cutting For Armed Services YMCA Ft. Bragg 012120

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    Name: Ribbon Cutting For Armed Services YMCA Ft. Bragg 012120
    Date: January 21, 2020
    Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST
    Event Description:

    Join the Chamber in Celebration of: 

    Armed Services YMCA Fort Bragg's
    Renovated Space and New Programs

    2-2411 Rodney Trail
    Ft. Bragg, NC 28307

    At the Armed Services YMCA at Ft. Bragg, we provide hands-on, innovative, specialized programs and support services to military service members and their families with a particular focus on junior-enlisted men and women — the individuals on the front lines of defending our nation. Programs are offered at no or low cost and require no dues or membership fees.
    All visitors to the base will need a visitor pass, which can be obtained at the All American Gate Visitor Center. Below are the instructions: 

    What do you need to get onto Fort Bragg?
    If you are 17 years of age or older and do not have a military ID card, a Common Access Card (CAC) or a current pass, you must go to the All-American Visitors Center and obtain a pass. Without any of those three items, you will not be allowed on post. This applies to all drivers and passengers.

    The All-American Visitors Center is open every day from 5 a.m. until 9 p.m. If you need a pass, we recommend going to the Visitors Center between the hours of 10:30 a.m. until noon or from 2:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. You'll need to have a photo ID such as a driver's license to verify your identity. A background check will be conducted before a pass is issued. If you have multiple misdemeanors or any felonies in your records, chances are extremely slim that you will receive a pass.

    Just to be crystal clear, Fort Bragg uses the Automated Installation Entry, (AIE) to verify who can and cannot be granted access to the installation. AIE is configured to show any outstanding arrest warrants or installation bars associated with an ID.

    If you have any questions, please call the Visitors Center at (910) 432-8193.

    Why attend ribbon cuttings?

    Ribbon cuttings not only allow us to celebrate new businesses in our community but can also benefit each guest who attends. Here are four reasons you should make time for the next ribbon cutting event in your area:


    1. Networking Opportunity

           Sometimes spending time in the office can become a little too much, so why not break up your day by attending a networking event? Ribbon cuttings provide a setting for socializing while at the same time benefiting your career. Ribbon cuttings are intimate events where guests have the opportunity to get to know people easier while also getting their business out there.


    3. Learning Opportunity

        Ribbon cuttings allow you to stay up to date with trends. You’ll be in a room with people from different businesses allowing you to learn what's been happening recently--think about the future trends, challenges, and solutions. You can leave the ribbon cutting feeling motivated and inspired with new ideas.


    4. Stay Involved with the Community

        Attending a ribbon cutting means you’ll be among the first people to experience a new addition to the community. You’ll not only be in the know but also be supporting your neighbor while you’re at it! It can mean a lot to the business owner that you took time to congratulate them and you will more than likely make a connection from the gesture.  


    5. Feel Good

        Attending a ribbon cuttings means celebrating. You will celebrate the hard work this business put into opening and welcome the business into the community. Expect to leave the event with good energy and excitement for the future!

    2-2411 Rodney Trail
    Fort Bragg, NC 28307
    Date/Time Information:
    Tuesday, January 21st
    Ribbon Cutting at 4:30 PM
    FREE and Open to the Public
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