Battle Line Rivalry Postponed

November 25, 2020

Holiday

Walmart's Holiday Drone Show

A unique holiday celebration will be happening this year for the first time at the 112 Drive-In in Fayetteville

  • Info - On Monday, Walmart announced they will put on a "Holiday Drone Light Show" at the 112 Drive In in Fayetteville a few days before Christmas.
  • The event will take place on Sunday, Dec. 20, when Walmart will launch nearly 1,000 drones into the sky for an evening night show. Tickets are available at www.WalmartDroneShow.com now
  • More information can be found HERE

Sports

Arkansas Football Posponed

The Arkansas Football game against Missouri Tigers this weekend has been postponed due to COVID-19 complications

  • Info - "The Arkansas at Missouri football game of November 28 has been postponed, resulting in rescheduling of games that include Vanderbilt playing at Missouri on November 28 and the postponement of the Tennessee at Vanderbilt game originally scheduled for November 28." - Arkansas Athletics
  • More information about the postponement can be found HERE

Business

Bikeable Building in Bentonville

The Ledger located in near downtown Bentonville adds a spin on the traditional bike to work routine

  • Info - The Ledger is a bikeable office building located in Downtown Bentonville that is set to open Q1 2022. It is located at 240 S Main Street, near the WMT Home Office.
  • The Ledger will be several stories tall that includes an exterior bikeable pathway up to your shared office space.
  • More information about the building or the space can be found HERE

Community

Parrot Island - Water Park in Fort Smith

Last week, the City of Fort Smith and Sebastian County approved sizable financial investments for Parrot Island, a jointly owned entity, in Fort Smith

  • The Fort Smith Board of Directors authorized the appropriation of $119,771 for Parrot Island Waterpark. The Sebastian County Quorum Court, in a separate meeting voted to match the amount as part of a larger appropriation. Parrot Island is at a deficit of $297,973 for the fiscal year.
  • For context, in 2019 Parrot Island brought in "$1,350,901 in total revenue with $1,273,374 in total expenses, leading to a net gain of $77,527 with an attendance of 91,589." - NWA Democrat Gazette

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