BOB loves being out in the community, and especially when we get to see you out at Segra Stadium with the Fayetteville Woodpeckers.
Thanks to our friends at Village Family Dental and Walk-Ons Sports Bistreaux, BOB celebrated another great night at the ballpark on Thursday, August 11. It was Back to the 80s Night!
Here’s some of our favorite images of Gunner Jackson and the crew hanging out with you!
The 10 Best Free Public Wi-Fi Spots in Fayetteville According to Yelp
School is about to start back up, and it’s time to start thinking about where the best free public Wi-Fi spots in Fayetteville are.
Whether you’re a student, or maybe just looking to get some work done away from your home or office, knowing where to get great Wi-Fi in a comfortable environment is important.
So we took ourselves to Yelp to see what the public thinks about Wi-Fi spots in town.
There was a large mix of locations, pretty much covering every region of town, which is helpful since things are so spread out. There was also a good mix of coffee shops, libraries, and book stores.
On top of the list was Barnes & Noble, which one reviewer raved about:
“Great place to study. The Wi-Fi connection is strong enough to watch videos with very few pauses,” Tiffay R. said in her review on Yelp. “There’s a Starbucks in here but they dont participate in the Starbucks rewards program. Which makes me so sad because every drink I purchase is like a waste because I dont get points on my gold card. The cafe also has cupcakes and cheesecake from cheesecake factory which is great for people who don’t travel outside of Fayetteville and want to try the cheesecake.”
So here’s a look at the best places to find free public Wi-Fi in Fayetteville, according to your Yelp reviews!