keep dale alive

Kannapolis city workers removed The Dale Trail flag on Dale Earnhardt Boulevard on Thursday. It was expected to take all day to remove the 100 flags from the poles. The banners along with a statue in Cannon Village honor the town's most famous native, Dale Earnhardt, who died in a last lap wreck in the Daytona 500 in 2001. Dale Earnhardt Inc., founded by the driver before his death, is located in Mooresville on Mooresville Road, which the state changed from N.C. 136 to N.C. 3 in his honor. For more information on the Dale Trail go to the web site www. daletrail. com.

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    Jenn, United States

    6 years ago
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    Sonya Niles, United States

    6 years ago Comments: I personally believe DEI and Dale Earnhardt Sr have made Mooresville what it is today! Come on!!! Get real leave them up! Thats the one thing the city can do! Who cares who is coming to town. My family came and spent a week in Mooresville, partly because my kids and husband love racing and we could go see DEI! Let his memory live on for all the tourist that come there just to remember him! How dare you take that down because Oprah or anyone for that matter is coming to town!
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    crystal, United States

    6 years ago Comments: #3 all the way
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