WakeMed Soccer Park, pictured in 2012, was partially funded from $9 million in occupancy and prepared food and beverage taxes for its construction. Additional funding went to improvements. Cary officials may ask for more funds to expand the venue from 10,000 to 15,000 seats/suites.
WakeMed Soccer Park, pictured in 2012, was partially funded from $9 million in occupancy and prepared food and beverage taxes for its construction. Additional funding went to improvements. Cary officials may ask for more funds to expand the venue from 10,000 to 15,000 seats/suites. Chris Adamczyk newsobserver.com
WakeMed Soccer Park, pictured in 2012, was partially funded from $9 million in occupancy and prepared food and beverage taxes for its construction. Additional funding went to improvements. Cary officials may ask for more funds to expand the venue from 10,000 to 15,000 seats/suites. Chris Adamczyk newsobserver.com

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