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Anne Grimes’ company Harvest Times Food Inc. is best known for their flat dumpling strips. The dumplings were first sold at Anne’s bakery called the Rolling Pin, and mass produced using a machine Anne designed and built in Japan. Anne now helps other entrepreneurs start businesses in Greenville.
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Greenville Times (NoCar Oversize F264 G72 G77), Vol. Issue , Spring/Summer 2016, p10-17, il, por
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26699
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Christie Hill, a local mom of Greenville finds her calling in teaching and instructing belly dancing via her business, the Absolute Studio in Arlington Village. In addition to belly dance classes, she teaches Pilates and other fitness routines.
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Greenville: Life in the East (NoCar F264 G8 G743), Vol. Issue , Fall 2016, p38, 40-43, 45, il, por
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26694
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Retiring from his job of 31 years as a conservation consultant for farmers, Sam Uzzell turned to the practice of yoga to maintain a healthy lifestyle. He teaches yoga classes at three Greenville locations: Purple Blossom Yoga Studio, Greenville Aquatics and Fitness Center, and Vidant Wellness Center.
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Greenville: Life in the East (NoCar F264 G8 G743), Vol. Issue , Fall 2016, p7-9, il, por
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23374
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Bennett Williamson Moseley and Alfred McDowell Moseley were born in Bedford Co., VA in 1874 and 1879 respectively, to Rev. Bennett Williamson Moseley and Louise Jane Venable. B. W. started a cotton buyer and shipping business in Greenville in 1899, and was joined by his brother in 1902. B. W. was a director of the Home Building and Loan Association, and served as chairman of the Street Committee and Water and Light Commission and member of the board of alderman. A. M. Moseley was a director of the Greenville Bank and Trust company, and was vice-president of E. B. Ficklen Tobacco Company. The brothers opened Moseley Brothers Insurance in 1907. They represented many notable companies including the Royal Exchange Assurance of London and the Security Life and Annuity Company. They were also involved in real estate, handling both city and farm properties. Their office was moved to the Old National Bank building on Aug. 1, 1915. B. W. Moseley’s son, Bancroft Ficklen Moseley, joined Moseley Brothers Insurance in 1938. He later became president and manager of the company. In 1965, the company employed six individuals, and owned apartment rentals and a washerette operation.
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36217
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Established in 1980, the Marathon is largely known for its Greek dishes. However, the restaurant currently owned by Perry Kachroo has kept up with food trends of the times by including Indian items on its menu. Collectively, this explains its place as what the author described as an institution in the community.
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Greenville Times (NoCar Oversize F264 G72 G77), Vol. Issue , April/May 2015, p12-17
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36234
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Taylor Hicks’ success was an illustration of ECU’s slogan “on hands on deck.” In this partnership were SEED@ECU, the Pitt County Economic Development Commission, Uptown Greenville, and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. Inspiring other locals to contribute to Greenville/Pitt County’s economic boom story were examples of local business owners. Also as encouragement was a nod to small business’ substantial contribution to the national job market.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 38 Issue 11, Nov. 2018, p67-68, 70, 72, 74-77 Periodical Website
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36261
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East Carolina University’s Pharmaceutical Service Center, also called PSC@ECU, promised a positive economic and occupational impact on the local community and state. Among the project’s goals to ensure this positive impact: educating students and workers for the highly regulated pharmaceutical development and manufacturing environments; enabling workers to be immediately productive in complex jobs requiring multi-disciplinary skills.