Carowinds and AAA Carolinas have signed a new three-year sponsorship agreement.
AAA Carolinas members will receive advertising on Carowinds’ new in-park media network, and access to exclusive Carowinds ticket offers.
“This is a great collaboration between two Carolina companies,” said Travis Mincey, corporate director of strategic alliances for Cedar Fair, Carowinds’ parent company.
“AAA Carolinas has an incredible reputation and offers consumers great value through their services. Their commitment to providing drivers in North and South Carolina with the best services aligns strongly with our ability to reach millions of consumers throughout both states,” Mincey said.
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The agreement marks the first major sponsorship at Carowinds following Cedar Fair Entertainment’s partnership with Time Warner Cable Media to be their exclusive third party representation for in-park advertising through their new media network, FunTV.
“Carowinds’ ability to reach millions of guests throughout the Carolinas while they are in the park and at home was very appealing to us,” said Jeff Monroe, chief marketing officer, AAA Carolinas. “This partnership allows our brand to engage our AAA members with great offers and incentives. It also allows us to reach those who may only know us for our roadside service and inform them about the Carowinds partnership, as well as other AAA discount partners.”
▪ The South Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority has awarded the Chester Sewer District and the town of Great Falls funds as part of an overall $14.2 million in grants to 44 water and sewer projects in 28 counties across the state.
The Chester Sewer district received $500,000 while Great Falls received $346,800.
The projects awarded funding address community water and sewer improvements and economic infrastructure needs. Most of the funding will be used to upgrade or improve aging facilities to protect public health and ensure environmental compliance.
Grants are awarded through a competitive process that identifies priority needs for improved public health, environmental protection, community sustainability and economic development.
▪ The City of Rock Hill Utilities-Electric Service is one of 191 of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities to earn the Reliable Public Power Provider designation from the American Public Power Association. The designation is for providing consumers with the highest degree of reliable and safe electric service.
The designation recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four areas: reliability, safety, workforce development and system improvement. This is the fourth time that Rock Hill has earned the award.
▪ Agricultural producers seeking federal crop insurance must have their Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form, commonly called form AD-1026, on file with the York U.S. Department of Agriculture service center by June 1.
Many farmers already have their certification on file since it’s required for participation in other USDA programs, including NRCS conservation programs. But producers, such as specialty crop growers who receive federal crop insurance premium subsidies and do not participate in other USDA programs, must now file a certification form with USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA).
Producers should visit the York’s USDA Center at at 1460 E. Alexander Love Highway in York before the June 1.
For information, call the York USDA office at 803-684-3137, ext 2.
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