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January 19, 2016 6:28 PM

Carolina Country Music Fest requesting $100,000 in accommodations tax money to promote June festival

Organizers say upcoming Carolina Country Music Fest to feature Florida Georgia Line, Keith Urban and Tim McGraw

Thirty-two agencies requesting nearly $1.8 million in accommodations tax revenue for tourism-related activities and events

City asking for $7,491,746 in accommodations tax money, mostly for extra law enforcement, traffic control, fire protection

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