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Cornelius, NC, February 20, 2017 - One of Charlotte's oldest breweries is expanding into the Lake Norman market. Olde Mecklenburg Brewery has purchased the former MacLean Curtis building in Cornelius with plans to build a new brewery. OMB will keep the existing 51,000 square foot building adjacent the Antiquity neighborhood. OMB's founder, John Marrino: "We are extremely excited about this property. We have a long-term commitment to the Charlotte region and we believe that this site will allow more Charlotteans to experience OMB and our beers first hand." "We are excited that Olde Mecklenburg Brewery chose downtown Cornelius for an…
Charlotte, N.C. –– U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) North Carolina District Office is seeking 15-18 Charlotte and Lake Norman area business owners to apply for the city's next class. This federal training initiative is designed to give them a three-year, tailored strategic growth plan to help bring their business to the next level. “We are looking forward the third Emerging Leaders class in Charlotte. We are seeking firms to participate in this rigorous training that focuses on business executives poised for growth in historically challenged communities,” said SBA North Carolina District Director Lynn Douthett. “In 2017, we aim to provide…
The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce will hear from the three North Mecklenburg Town Managers as well as get a brief report on local planned transportation projects Friday, February 17th 8:30-10 am at the Chamber. Cornelius Town Manager Anthony Roberts and Davidson Town Manager Jamie Justice will be joined by Interim Huntersville Town Manager Gerry Vincent, who was appointed by the Huntersville Town Board to replace Greg Ferguson, who resigned earlier last month. Vincent, however, is not a new face to town hall, serving as Assistant Manager since 2007. He joins a few others in new positions including Fire Chief…
Huntersville, NC February 14, 2017 – Business and community leaders will get their first chance to meet incoming Charlotte Mecklenburg School Superintendent Dr. Clayton Wilcox as well as thank current CMS Superintendent Dr. Ann Clark for her outstanding leadership at a Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce PowerLuncheon to be held Thursday, March 16th noon at Northstone Country Club, 15801 Northstone Dr. in Huntersville. The luncheon event, presented by Allen Tate Realtors, features both education leaders, who will be introduced by CMS District #1 Representative Rhonda Lennon. The cost to attend the luncheon is $20 for Lake Norman Chamber Members and…
February 20-24 National Entrepreneurship Week Sponsored by Microsoft In cooperation with Microsoft, the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce will salute local entrepreneurs during National Entrepreneurship Week. The Chamber has planned a weeklong series of events and seminars in partnership with The Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO), The Lake Norman Small Business Network, and Business Leaders United (BLU). See the information below for specific information and to register..Monday – February 20 4-6 pm Port City Club (Invitation Only Event) Monday, February 20, 4-6:00 Port City Cub Cornelius Entrepreneur Organization (EO) Networking Event & Forum The Chamber will salute current and former members of the Entrepreneurs…
Top Productivity Tips for Office 365 The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce will host a Lunch n’ Learn Tuesday, February 21st noon to 1:30 pm at the Chamber 19900 West Catawba Ave Cornelius – Randy Marion Board Room. The workshop held during National Entrepreneurship Week Feb 20-24 will be facilitated by James Sanders, President of Shared Resources. Microsoft is a Recognized Sponsor of National Entrepreneurship Week. Attendees will learn how Office 365 Business and Enterprise Subscriptions can add value to their business in three key areas. Business Anywhere - Whether you’re working in the office or remotely, learn how to…
CHARLOTTE – The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting next week regarding the proposed extension of Northcross Drive from N.C. 73 in Huntersville to Westmoreland Road in Cornelius, approximately 1.2 miles. The purpose of the project is to improve roadway connections. Modifications to Eagleridge Way Lane and the existing Northcross Drive are also proposed under this project. The meeting will be held Monday, Feb.13 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall of Lake Norman Baptist Church, 7921 Sam Furr Road in Huntersville. Interested citizens may attend the meeting at any time as no formal presentation…
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