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Posted Thursday, October 3, 2013
Pittsboro, NC - Tickets are on sale for the Chatham Economic Development Corporation's fifth annual Opportunity Chatham, presented by Duke Energy. The event is October 25, 2013 from 7:30 - 10 a.m. at the Barn at Fearrington Village in Pittsboro. Admission includes breakfast catered by Fearrington. Tickets are $30 through October 11 and can be purchased online here or by mailing a check with the names of attendees to Chatham EDC, PO Box 1627, Pittsboro, NC 27312.
North Carolina Department of Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker will be the keynote speaker at the event. This year's program will focus on two major economic development projects in Chatham County. The Chatham-Randolph Megasite, a 1,800-acre site near Siler City, is poised to be the state's first Certified Megasite. Chatham Park, a 7,100-acre live-work-place community in Pittsboro, expects to break ground on its first projects this fall.
For more information, contact the Chatham EDC at 919-542-8274.
The EDC would like to thank all of this year's sponsors. Gold Sponsors are CenturyLink, Chatham Park, Fearrington Village, Lee-Moore Capital and Sanford Contractors.
Silver Sponsors are Art-Force, Central Carolina Community College, Central Electric Membership Corporation, Chatham Hospital, Domicile Realty, First Citizens Bank, Newland Communities, Olympic Steel and PSNC Energy.
Bronze Sponsors are 3M, Barber & Barber PLLC, Brookwood Farms Barbecue, Chandler Concrete, Coldwell Banker Advantage / The Jacobs Team, Galloway Ridge, Laurels of Chatham, McKim and Creed, Piedmont Health, Pittsboro Business Association, State Farm - Sara Donaldson Agency and Taylor and McChesney.
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