Wolfpack Club Announces New Name for Club Level

<B>RALEIGH, N.C. --</b> The NC State Student Aid Association, Inc. (Wolfpack Club) has announced that the Club Lounge within Vaughn Towers, will be named The Dail Club in honor of Curtis and Jacqueline Dail. Construction on the facility began in 2003 and is scheduled for completion this summer.

"We thank the Dails for their continued support of the athletic programs here at NC State. You can't say enough about the opportunities they create for the 660 current student-athletes and for those who will follow in the future. The entire Wolfpack family appreciates all they do for this great university," said NC State Athletic Director Lee Fowler.

The Dail Club in Vaughn Towers is part of Phase II of the campaign and is rapidly progressing towards its completion before next football season. Overall, the Dail Club will be the home of 955 Club seats, a club lounge including televisions, seating areas, and catered food for Wolfpack football games. A climate controlled lounge area coupled with outdoor seating to enjoy the atmosphere of Wolfpack football will make this one of the best places to enjoy the game long into the future. This will be another integral piece in helping to meet NC State's ongoing goal of developing one of the nation's premier football programs.

The Dails both grew up in Cumberland County and attended high school in Fayetteville, North Carolina. After serving for three years in the Army, Curtis began working in law enforcement in the Fayetteville area. It was during this time he met Jacqueline. The two were married in 1956 and decided to move from Fayetteville to Garner in 1960 which is where they have lived since. Early in their marriage, Curtis worked as a claims adjuster and Jacqueline worked for IBM for thirty years. In the 1970's, the two began working on a number of business ventures including fourteen years of managing Hardee's franchises in North and South Carolina, commercial real estate, Batteries Plus stores, and the running of a beef cattle farm.


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