Mike is adding another title to his long list of achivments, this time from the Charlotte Chamber.
Michael Jordan is this year's "Citizen of the Carolinas".
Mike joins the ranks of his former Tar Heels coach Dean Smith, the Federal Reserve chairman and other VIPs with Carolinas ties, the Chamber announced Friday.
The award is given annually to a person from North Carolina or South Carolina who has brought positive recognition to the states.
Jordan made the cut because of his success on and off the court and his charitable contributions, Chamber officials said in a press release. The Chamber will present the award at its annual meeting in November. Past winners include Billy Graham, Dean Smith, Hugh McColl, Ben Bernanke and Jerry Richardson.