Cary, NC – Thanks to these great local Cary businesses for their sponsorship of the 2017 Cary Scavenger Hunt! This event is about connecting Cary people to where they live and a very large part of why Cary is great is our local business community.
We’d like to share a little bit about each of our wonderful sponsors here. If you own a business and would like to be a sponsor- contact Lindsey Chester.
The creator of the Cary Scavenger Hunt. Since July 2009, CaryCitizen has been bringing Cary residents online news about the people, places and events in our fair town. This is the 8th year we have created the Cary Scavenger Hunt which connects residents, town staff, volunteers and businesses in one memory-making adventure.
Presenting Sponsor- to be announced
Technology Sponsor- to be announced
Our Hosting Sponsor:
The Town of Cary allows the event to be held in one of its most historic treasures, The Page-Walker Arts & History Center located in the heart of Downtown Cary. Their wonderful staff works hard to make sure our booths are set up and that our sound system is working. The event runs like a well-oiled machine. Cultural Arts Manager, Lyman Collins and Kris Carmichael, the Page-Walker Director, help us coordinate the event at this location.
Platinum Sponsors- 5 Left!
Chick Fil A of Waverly- “Eat More Chicken” as they say, this restaurant has been at Waverly Place since the 80’s and has stayed on through the renovations.
Gold Sponsors- Just 1 Left!
Dr. C. Ashley Mann, DDS– Their office, located in Downtown Cary, is staffed by a caring, friendly and professional team, using genuine old-fashioned skill and care alongside the latest technology to give you the best experience possible.
Bradford Shops– by Trinity Partners- These shops are located at the corner of Davis and High House Roads and include several restaurants and service businesses, nestled next to the Bradford Apartments.
Butchers Market prides themselves on being a neighborhood market that specializes in premium meets, locally made products served with wonderful hospitality everyday.
City Barbeque started in 1999 as a restaurant devoted to the craft os barbeque where all meats are smoked every day on-site for upwards of 18 hours. Everything is prepared from scratch daily.
Dave & Busters– Famous for FUN, Dave & Busters has tons of ways to play for all ages, great sports watching, a full service restaurant and a bar for the grownups.
Impresa Boutique– Cary’s newest women’s fashion boutique, they are steps from Trader Joe’s in the Shoppes of Kildaire. They carry clothing and accessories for women of all ages.
Jumpstreet- The Indoor Trampoline Park at Cary Towne Center. This indoor facility includes a bounce basketball court, dodgeball, and wall-to-wall trampoline jumping surfaces.
The Mayton Inn– This 4 Diamond luxury boutique hotel opened in late January of 2016 on South Academy Street. Services include Verandah, their restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Highball their bar, and Tonic Remedies a full service spa.
North West Cary Y-In a unique partnership with Crosspointe Church, a full-service 45,000 square foot family YMCA will open in June 2017 . This new YMCA will include a wellness center, pool, group exercise studios, gym and other amenities for the whole family.
Whole Family Chiropractic– When you are suffering from an injury, pain or other health problem, the chiropractic care they provide will give you the relief and stability you are looking for and address the underlying cause.
Zaniacs– Where K-8 kids discover math and technology and see how much fun learning can be! Opened in January of 2017 in Parkside Town Commons.
Silver Sponsors- 5 Left!
Glenaire– Retirement community in the heart of Cary
Kramden Institute– Providing technology tools to bridge the digital divide
Be a Part of the Fun!
Would like to learn more about this event? Please contact Lindsey Chester to reserve your spot now!
We are also looking for volunteers, another great way to connect with other Cary Citizens.
Contact Lindsey Chester for more info.