Press Releases

FACVB Thankful for a Busy November

Greater Fayetteville, NC   -  The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) charted a busy November.  “Staff attended several lead-producing shows and special events in November,” says John Meroski, FACVB President and CEO.  “We’ll be closing business from these shows in the coming months.

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A Sparkling Season in Fort Bragg Communities of Cumberland County

Greater Fayetteville, NC –  With a holiday event every day until Christmas, it’s fair to say that Cumberland County enjoys celebrating the season. We’ve highlighted a few below. For a full calendar of events, go to www.VisitFayettevilleNC.com

Each weekend until Christmas, Denton Ridge in Linden hosts Christmas Lights at Denton Ridge.  Visitors take a tram to a quaint village adjoining the Lower Little River. Special displays include a live nativity scene, a country store, a Model T car shop, Mrs. Claus’ bake shop, and a museum of early 1900’s farming equipment in the barn as well as a primitive one-room school house. Tickets are $5 per person. For more information, visit www.DentonRidge.com.

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Hold Your 2015 Reunion in America’s Hometown

Several attributes make Fort Bragg Communities of Cumberland County the perfect location for your 2015 reunion.

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Bureau Books 20 Groups First Quarter of FY 14/15

Greater Fayetteville–  Charged with positioning Cumberland County as a destination for conventions, sporting events and individual travel, the Fort Bragg Communities Visitors Bureau charts the following milestones during the first quarter of 2014/15

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Original Constitution Signature Page in Fayetteville Nov 1- Dec 14

To commemorate this anniversary, the Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex   developed “The 1789 North Carolina Ratification Convention in Fayetteville” exhibit which features the original signature page of the ratification document. On loan from the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, the document will be on display from November 1 to December 14, 2014. Accompanying the document are biographical sketches of delegates who were part of the Fayetteville convention, including Governor Samuel Johnston, Dr. Hugh Williamson, William R. Davie,  Charles Johnson and others.  This is the first time this document has ever been placed on public display.

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Places To Stay

1915 Cedar Creek Road
Fayetteville

Places To Stay

Das Bavarian Haus
3500 Murchison Road