Did you hear?... Nantahala Outdoor Center is AW's first Gold Level Corporate Sponsor

Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC) of Bryson City, North Carolina, has become American Whitewater's first Gold Level Corporate Sponsor.
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Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC) of Bryson City, North Carolina, has become American Whitewater's first Gold Level Corporate Sponsor, contributing $10,000 in 2002 to "save, restore and protect access to whitewater rivers in the United States." For more information on participating in America Whitewater's corporate sponsorship program, W.A.V.E (Working Access Venues Everyday), contact Risa Shimoda at risa@amwhitewater.org. Or, click on www.rapidprogressions.com.

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