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Village Realty Wants You to Take a Vacation!
... and/or Play Golf ... and/or Own a House on the Outer Banks!
If you've been to North Carolina's Outer Banks, then you know what a great vacation destination it is, and if you've never been there, then you don't know what you're missing. TSL's newest sponsor, Village Realty, wants you to head to the Outer Banks!
Village Realty has a collection of homes and real estate services on the Outer Banks, a wonderful getaway with miles of pristine beaches, natural beauty, southern charm and rich history.
Whether you're looking to buy a home or take advantage of great deals on year-round rentals, please contact Village Realty at 800-548-9688.
It might not be beach weather right now, but the Outer Banks is great for golf and all kinds of family fun. As they say, the Outer Banks helps people remember why they work so hard.
Please check out Village Realty's website. To get yourself in the mood, select one of their properties and take a virtual tour -- we guarantee it will make you want to head to the Outer Banks!
Virginia Tech received their 22nd verbal commitment for the class of 2007 from Florida linebacker Hunter Ovens on Tuesday. He is the first Virginia Tech commitment for the month of August.
"He called coach Beamer this morning to tell him he was coming to Virginia Tech," said Robert Ovens, who is Hunter's father.
Ovens, a 6-2, 220 linebacker prospect, chose the Hokies over offers from Clemson, Florida, Iowa, South Carolina, Wake Forest and West Virginia. He runs a 4.5 in the 40 yard dash. Ovens recorded 129 tackles and 10 tackles for loss during his junior season in 2005.
Unfortunately for the Hokies, baseball is also an option for Ovens. Baseball America rates him the #21 high school baseball prospect in the nation, and there is a legitimate chance that he could be a high draft pick.
"If he gets drafted in the first two rounds, then he's going to play baseball," Robert Ovens said. "Coach Beamer knows this."
For more information on Ovensí commitment, check out TechSideline.com!
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