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Beirne Stadium

For Rhode Island FC’s inaugural season, the Club will begin play in March 2024 in its temporary venue, Beirne Stadium on the campus of Bryant University in Smithfield, while its permanent home stadium in Pawtucket is completed for the 2025 season. The

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Bike-On

Many of the cyclists we work with have a military background. We are proud to have become the go-to establishment for Veterans Administration Hospitals and funding organizations who support our wounded veterans. Our mechanical staff provide support to Independence Fund Rides around our nation. We come away from these events and our association with these great organizations with a real sense of patriotic pride.

Our local contribution is to children. We generously support local funding organizations, like the Shiners Charitable Trust and The Save the Kid Fund with additional discounts to amplify their resources, enabling them to help the most children possible. We are proud to partner with these and other foundations who selflessly fund pediatric trikes for local children with disabilities.

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LAUNCH Trampoline Park

PARK INFO Launch Trampoline Park is an 26,000+ sq. ft. indoor sports and family entertainment facility serving Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. With over 11,000 sq. feet of connected trampolines forming one GIANT jumping surface and angled trampoline walls to

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Quidnessett Country Club

  Quidnessett Country Club Overlooking beautiful Narragansett Bay, Quidnessett Country Club is the flagship property of the many-faceted Jan Companies. Nicholas Janikies, president of the Jan Companies, a well-known and respected Rhode Island businessman, conceived the idea of a distinctive country

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Frankie Galasso

Frankie Galasso, Rhode Island’s OWN! Nationally syndicated, 10 time New England Press award winner. Appearing in 6 of the top 12 newspapers in the country and formally with the Providence Journal. First syndicated newspaper was The Warwick Beacon. No One

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