Challenge Information

What is the challenge?

The USO of NC Fort Bragg in partnership with the Downtown Alliance presents the All-American Fayetteville Challenge! The All-American Fayetteville Challenge will bring 200 or more participants to downtown Fayetteville for a morning of fun and exploration of many landmarks and local businesses. Challengers will be tasked with retrieving items, completing tasks, and getting to know the captivating downtown area. A web-based program will guide participants through the course and track their progress.

This exciting fundraiser event will be held from 10am - 1 pm, on Saturday, March 25, 2017.

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Where is the challenge?

The Challenge will take place all over downtown Fayetteville, allowing challengers to explore the nooks and crannies of the colorful downtown area! Teams will gather at the Festival Park rally point and then be sent on their way to uncover and complete various challenges. The All-American Fayetteville Challenge will conclude at the Transportation and Local History Museum for an awards ceremony and a light lunch. Although we expect a large crowd, there is plenty of free parking parking to go around! There are multiple open lots downtown and the covered parking deck on Franklin Street.

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What else do I need to know?

Other requirements for the challenge include:

- One of the team participants must be at least 18 years of age.

- You must have a partner to participate

- You must have a smartphone to participate

- You must walk and not run, skooter, bike, or rollerblade the route.

- You must be excited about getting a swag bag full of great stuff from sponsors like t-shirts and awesome coupons!

- You must be ready to have FUN!

- Learn more about the event here.

Register Now

Challenge Information

What is the challenge?

The USO of NC Fort Bragg in partnership with the Downtown Alliance presents the All-American Fayetteville Challenge! The All-American Fayetteville Challenge will bring 200 or more participants to downtown Fayetteville for a morning of fun and exploration of many landmarks and local businesses. Challengers will be tasked with retrieving items, completing tasks, and getting to know the captivating downtown area. A web-based program will guide participants through the course and track their progress.

This exciting fundraiser event will be held from 10am - 1 pm, on Saturday, March 25, 2017.

Register Now

Where is the challenge?

The Challenge will take place all over downtown Fayetteville, allowing challengers to explore the nooks and crannies of the colorful downtown area! Teams will gather at the Festival Park rally point and then be sent on their way to uncover and complete various challenges. The All-American Fayetteville Challenge will conclude at the Transportation and Local History Museum for an awards ceremony and a light lunch. Although we expect a large crowd, there is plenty of free parking parking to go around! There are multiple open lots downtown and the covered parking deck on Franklin Street.

Register Now

What else do I need to know?

Other requirements for the challenge include:

- One of the team participants must be at least 18 years of age.
- You must have a partner to participate
- You must have a smartphone to participate
- You must walk and not run, skooter, bike, or rollerblade the route.
- You must be excited about getting a swag bag full of great stuff from sponsors like t-shirts and awesome coupons!
- You must be ready to have FUN!
- Learn more about the event here.

Register Now

Why The Challenge?

The USO of North Carolina strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. Founded in 1941, the USO of NC is a nonprofit, charitable organization, relying on the generosity of North Carolinians to support its programs and services.

The USO of NC serves the fourth largest military population in the U.S., touching more than 567,000 lives annually, helping our service members and their families through education, wellness, transition assistance and resiliency programs across the state.

The USO of NC operates three centers locally: the main center in Fort Bragg’s Soldier Support Center and a satellite center in the Warrior Transition Battalion barracks, and a travel center at the Fayetteville Regional Airport. The Fort Bragg/Fayetteville operations welcomed more than 140,000 service members and families this past year.

Thousands more were served through homecomings, deployments, and critical programs for service members, spouses and their children. Through your participation in the All-American Fayetteville Challenge you are supporting our mission of 75 years of continuous service to our men and women in uniform and the country they serve selflessly each day.

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