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Chatham County helps Acme-McCrary relocate warehouse & distribution center[Nov. 10, 2011]
At its meeting on November 7, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a points-based cash incentives agreement with Acme-McCrary, a 101 year-old hosiery and shapewear manufacturer, to help the plant relocate its warehouse and distribution facilities to the former Joan Fabrics building in Siler City.
Annual Chatham Business Expo coming to Pittsboro on October 20[Oct. 3, 2011]
The Chatham Chamber of Commerce will present the annual Chatham Business EXPO on October 20, 2011. The event is open to all with no admission fee. With the theme, "Linking Business and Community," the Expo is focused on linking Chatham County businesses to Chatham residents. The Chamber realizes how important it is to support our local businesses. The Expo is an excellent way for businesses to showcase their products and services, providing local residents an opportunity to learn what is offered in their very own community.
Why did Shot of Spro leave the old Pittsboro Ford lot?[Sep. 27, 2011]
Let me clear up some rumors as to why we left the Old Pittsboro Ford lot. I tried to get a lease of our own because we were only month-to-month under a sublease. Having a lease would allow me to expand. For example, add seating and a few other ideas I had. The things I wanted to do required county and/or town approval and the forms also required a signature from the property owner (or agent).
Also: Shot of Spro
Chatham Small Business Center offers free business seminars[Sep. 15, 2011]
TheSmall Business Center in Chatham County announces their schedule of free business seminars for this fall. These seminar topics will be offered first in Pittsboro and then again in Siler City. The sessions in Siler City start next month beginning on October 13.
Carolina Advanced Digital named one of Top 300 Small Businesses of the South[Jun. 28, 2011]
On June 23, Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc. (CAD), an engineering company focused on IT infrastructure, management and security solutions, was recognized by Business Leader Media as one of the Top 300 Small Businesses of the South at the awards ceremony held at the Brier Creek Country Club in Raleigh. CAD ranked 29th in the Triangle market and 167th in the South. CAD is owned by John and Susan Jabbusch, longtime residents of Siler City.
Galloway Ridge at Fearrington names new executive director[Jun. 27, 2011]
The Board of Directors of Galloway Ridge, Inc. announces the appointment of Heather Rusnak as the organization's new Executive Director. The Board of Directors and their management company, CRSA, conducted a widespread and intense national search for the new Executive Director, Ms. Heather Rusnak.
Enrollment now open for Leadership Chatham[Jun. 21, 2011]
The Chatham Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications now through August 26, 2011 for the new class year of Leadership Chatham. It is a signature program of the Chatham Chamber of Commerce, is an innovative program designed to develop informed, skilled, and involved community leaders.
Mike Komives to lead Chatham Job Club meeting on June 21[Jun. 20, 2011]
Mike Komives will be leading the Chatham Job Club meeting on June 21. Mike is the facilitator for the JOBS NETWORK of St. Thomas More in Chapel Hill. Come to the meeting to meet and work with one of the leaders in career management in the Triangle area.
Chatham Job Club meets every Tuesday[Jun. 9, 2011]
The Chatham Job Club meets every Tuesday evening at 7 pm at the JobLink Career Center on the Pittsboro campus of Central Carolina Community College.
Students from Liberty and Pittsboro awarded black belt ranks[May 14, 2011]
Lucy Williams of Liberty was awarded a black belt and two other martial artists received higher black belt ranks when South Eastern Karate Association held its most recent promotion exams. Belts and certificates were presented by Master Instructor Peggy Jolly, a seventh-degree black belt, or Seventh Dan, who has been teaching martial arts in Siler City for almost three decades.
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