The Roanoke Valley Rocks is a public relations/public art campaign designed to uplift and inspire the Roanoke Valley. Read More...
The Roanoke Valley Rocks is a public relations/public art campaign
designed to uplift and inspire the Roanoke Valley. True success will require all facets of our
community to come together with enthusiasm, dedication to excellence and
knowledge of all that our area has to offer.Read More
Floyd’s Body Shop released their Roanoke Valley Rocks fish on Wednesday, September 12. Their fish depicts their logo of two auto body men pulling the dents out of a vehicle because Floyd’s “takes the DENTS out of ACCIDENTS.” And they have been doing just that for 47 years!
HCC recently released the campus’ Roanoke Valley rockfish, designed by Advertising & Graphic Design instructor Johnnie Rascoe and painted by Advertising & Graphic Design student Anthony Peters. The front of the fish features the iconic main campus building 100, and the back of the fish features The Centre and other campus buildings with silhouettes of students milling about.
The arts are alive in Halifax County, and the Halifax County Arts Council (HCAC) really rocks the Roanoke Valley! As part of their efforts to promote art in our area, the HCAC “released” their Roanoke Valley rockfish at the Roanoke Rapids Public Library.
The Halifax County Visitors Center opened in its current location at 260 Premier Blvd. in April 2006. The building houses three entities: the Halifax County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Halifax County Economic Development Commission and the Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce.
The Halifax County Convention & Visitors Bureau released another Roanoke Valley rockfish at the Halifax County Visitors Center Dog Run to welcome furry, four-legged visitors to the area. “Catfish,” designed and painted by artist Leary Davis, is every dog’s dream, a fat feline fish carrying a small fish in its mouth. Dog Run visitors give it two paws up!