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NORTH CAROLINA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD INTERACTIVE GAME EXPERIENCE COMING TO APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Monday, 20 September 2010 14:10

The North Carolina Army National Guard Interactive Game Experience is coming to Appalachian State University on Saturday, September 25, 2010.  This free Exhibit is open to all students and electronic gamers in the Boone area from 10am until 2pm on campus at the Holmes Center, 111 River Street, Boone.
The Interactive Game Experience, visiting college and university campuses across North Carolina, is an innovative outreach by the North Carolina Army National Guard to showcase the career and educational opportunities available to young men and women as they gather to play this year’s latest video games. Over 30 of today’s popular electronic games will be featured including:
·    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011
·    Transformers: War for Cybertron
·    Iron Man 2                                   
·    Skate 3
·    Red Dead Redemption
·    UFC Undisputed 2010
·    NCAA Football 11
·    Madden NFL 11
The Exhibit includes 17 game ports with 19” and 42” HD flat screen monitors featuring Nintendo®Wii™,  PlayStation®3, and Xbox 360™ game consoles.

In addition to regular play, gamers can sign up to participate in 3 tournaments during the
event as follows; prizes will be awarded to winners: 
·     UFC Undisputed 2010
·    Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 
·    Halo: Reach
“In these times of intense demands on the United States military, recruiting outstanding men and women as the Florida Army National Guard’s future officers and enlistees is one of our foremost missions and one of the most important contributions we make to this nation and its security,” said LTC Maury Williams, Commander, Recruiting and Retention Battalion, North Carolina Army National Guard. “To fulfill this mission we are constantly looking for innovative, imaginative ways to be in conversation with high quality young men and women about a career in the Guard and we have found the Interactive Game Experience to be a really effective vehicle for this mission.”

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