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5 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 30 Issue 3, Mar 2010
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The North Carolina Golf Panel pairs with BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA to publish rankings of the state's top one hundred golf courses. In making their choices judges considered the course's conditioning, routing, design, strategy, memorability, fairness, variety and aesthetics. As it has since the panel began in 1995, Pinehurst No. 2 held the top position.
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12027
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Golfing's economic impact on North Carolina is in the hundreds of millions of dollars. This article presents information on how cities benefit from a golfing tournament.
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12038
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Started in 1994, Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc. (TROSA) in Durham is a tough, no-nonsense, two-year drug rehabilitation program run by Kevin McDonald. Participants get room, board, and a chance for a new beginning. Currently there are about 400 participants in the program.
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Malt-O-Meal, Inc., founded in Minnesota in 1919, makes ten of the nation's fifty best-selling cereals. Their cereals cost less than major brands through cost-cutting techniques, such as packaging in bags instead of boxes. Major grocery chains and small town ones, like Family Dollar and Dollar General, sell the products. In September 2009, Malt-O-Meal opened a 350,000-square-foor factory in Asheboro.
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12039
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There are over eighty wineries in North Carolina, and in 2009 the Haw River Valley, covering 868-square-miles, became the state's third American Viticultural Area. This federal recognition is for the potential of an area to produce distinctive wines. Max Lloyd of Grove Winery discusses winemaking.
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