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Press Release Category Business - Financial - Banyan Rock & Talent Release Date: July 16, 2008

Local Financial Advisor Promotes Eastern Wake County Through Baseball


By Banyan Rock & Talent
July 16, 2008
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Dale Merritt, financial advisor for Banyan Rock and Talent, is working to promote eastern Wake County through networking events at Carolina Mudcats games. Merritt hosted guests at a recent game and plans to host a second networking event August 25.

PR9.NET July 16, 2008 - RALEIGH, N.C. – Dale Merritt, a financial advisor at Banyan Rock & Talent, a Raleigh-based collaboration of wealth strategists, is working to promote the growth of eastern Wake County. The Zebulon native and Appalachian State University (ASU) graduate sponsored a networking event for ASU's Triangle Alumni Chapter, inviting local alumni to a recent Carolina Mudcats game.

"I grew up in Zebulon when there were many dirt roads and open fields," said Merritt. "Back in 1991, when I attended the first Mudcats game, all I remember were bleacher seats and plumbing. Both eastern Wake County and Five County Stadium have prospered in recent years; it's an amazing difference. There's even the Cattails restaurant overlooking the field."

Thirty-five people turned out for the baseball networking night, 25 of which were ASU alumni. As a result of the success, a second event is scheduled for Aug. 19. Merritt hopes networking through Mudcats games will not only create buzz about the minor league team, but will also remind North Carolina residents of eastern Wake County's exciting growth and development.

"There are a lot of ASU alumni in eastern Wake County, and they need to be aware of the Carolina Mudcats versus just the Durham Bulls," Merritt added. "There are two teams here! I am very proud of them, and I want other people to know who they are."

If you are interested in attending a Mudcats game with the ASU Triangle Chapter Alumni Association, contact Joyce Gardner at JBGardner@alumni.appstate.edu or visit http://www.alumni.appstate.edu/chapters/TriangleArea.htm


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About Banyan Rock & Talent Wealth Strategists:
Based in Raleigh, Banyan Rock & Talent is a collaboration of registered representatives with FSC Securities Corporation. Founded in 1986 on the philosophy that strength, growth and the diversification of client’s hard-earned money is made possible through knowledge, diligence and years of experience. Banyan Rock & Talent specializes in areas including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, variable annuities, retirement strategies, market timers, life insurance, disability insurance and applied real estate. Securities and investment advisory services offered through FSC Securities Corporation, Member NASD/SIPC and a registered investment advisor. Banyan, Rock, and Talent is not affiliated with FSC Securities Corporation or registered as a broker-dealer or investment advisor. For further information visit www.taxfreeinvesting.com, 3356 Six Forks Road Raleigh, NC 27609, or call (919) 782-0033.



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