Another weekend on the move running, flying, fishing and playing

By on October 22, 2010 at 7:42 AM

Posted in: Marketing & Communications

If you haven’t already had the chance to head to Columbia for the South Carolina State Fair, this weekend you can check out the David Crowder Band or Darius Rucker. The Fair also celebrates 100 years of scouting with Boy Scouts Girl Scouts Day, and active duty military are admitted free with their family members. The Hispanic Club of Lakeland celebrates the 13th Annual Hispanic Festival in Florida this weekend. Bring the family for an enjoyable day with an overall Latin flavor from a diversity of countries with music, dance, food and art.

There is more college football this weekend, including a clash of Tigers in Alabama with Auburn taking on Louisiana State University . The Cougars of Washington State hit the field at Stanford in California, and Georgia Tech battles it out on Clemson’s turf in South Carolina.

On Sunday, the Army Ten Miler starts in Arlington, crosses over into Washington, D.C. and ends up back in Virginia. We will be there supporting the runners and cheering them on.

GEICO’s bass angler, Teddy Carr, will be competing at the Bassmaster Weekend Series Regional Championship in North Carolina on the Kerr Reservoir. Good luck, Teddy! For fun in the air, visit Wings over Houston in Texas featuring the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

If you’re heading to any of these events – or another exciting event this weekend – tell us about it below. I always enjoy hearing about great things to do on the weekends!

2 responses to “Another weekend on the move running, flying, fishing and playing

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  2. Tommy Cunningham says:

    Who plays the Farmer in the Woodchuck I said it was Don Knotts but he died several years back so it could not be him, but I am very curious.