home of the 

King of NASCAR

The City of Randleman has undergone a few name changes throughout the years. The founding of Dicks Grist Mill in 1800 gave birth to what was originally called Dicks, named for Rick Dicks who owned the mill and who is said to have laid the cornerstone for the city. Later it was named Union Factory; and finally, it was renamed Randleman after John B. Randleman, a mill owner. Oh, yeah, and it’s home to the Petty Museum, too!

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