Shopping Guide for San Jose Subway Map
ROCKY RIVER GOLF CLUB
6900 Bruton Smith Blvd. 704/455-1200, www.rockvrivergolf.com
The public Rocky River golf course is owned by the City of Concord. The 18-hole course opened in 1997 and was designed by North Carolina native Dan Maples. There are four sets of tees at each hole, allowing golfers of all levels to be challenged on the course. Golfers can also tee up at the putting green, four target greens, and one of 35 over-seeded teeing stations. The course also has a driving range, golf school, and a pro shop.
4400 Papa Joe Hendrick Blvd. 704/455-3400, www.hendrickmotorsports.com
HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Sat. 1-4 P.M.; extended hours during race weeks COST: Free
When Rick Hendrick opened his race shop in 1984, he had an unsponsored car and just 5,000 square feet of space. Today, Hendrick Motorsports is one of the biggest race shops around and the home of NASCAR greats Dale Earnhardt Jr. (#8), Jeff Gordon (#24), Mark Martin (#5), and Jimmie Johnson (#48). The team has brought home nine championships and more than 100 NEXTEL Cup victories. The shop is as impressive as its driver roster. The car that Jeff Gordon drove across the finish line at the Daytona 500, the Chevy Lumina from Days of Thunder, and Rick Hendrick’s first Chevrolet are all on display. The shop is divided into several driver zones that highlight the careers of the NASCAR drivers on the Hendrick team with stock cars, trophies, photos, and video clips.
Where, when, and even whether it will be rebuilt San Jose Subway Map is anyone’s guess. Certainly what rises in its place will be much different from the sprawling city San Jose Subway Map before the disaster. Including Port-au-Prince (current population unknown), Haiti has only five communities with populations over 100,000. Three of these cities Carrefour, Delmas, and Petionville are located within the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area. Carrefour (about 440,000 people) is a sprawling slum, as well as a bedroom community from which many residents commute(d) to the capital for work. Much of the city was destroyed by the earthquake.