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Friday, 27 July 2018 16:45

IGONC Enjoys a Night at the Ballpark

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This year’s event attracted more than 50 association members who enjoyed the game in two air-conditioned suites. This year’s event attracted more than 50 association members who enjoyed the game in two air-conditioned suites.

On July 13, the Triangle Chapter of the Independent Garage Owners of North Carolina (IGONC) hosted its annual Night at the Ballpark at the Durham Bulls’ ball game.

According to IGONC Executive Director Bob Pulverenti, “This year, we took the event up a notch by renting two air-conditioned private suites with over 50 members in attendance. A dinner was served, including chicken wings, hot dogs, hamburgers and pizza. Our members had a great time enjoying the game, a great meal and conversation with friends, as this is our one annual event that is about socializing and fun.”

 

The event took place during the Bulls’ "Stranger Things" theme night, so attendees received free 1980s style headbands. The home team defeated the Charlotte Knights 5 to 2.

 

“Several members remarked that this was the best year yet. They really enjoyed the suite where they could stay cool and enjoy food and drinks, and the game streamed on to the big televisions,” Pulverenti shared.

 

IGONC believes that association-sponsored events are important to members because “business owners need to be able to get support and share ideas with one another in order to grow,” stated Pulverenti.

 

For more information about the association, visit www.igonc.com.

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