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The Triad region established the marketing strategy of regionalism in North Carolina and it became a model for seven other state-designated regional partnerships. Now, however, politicians are suspicious of regionalism, for many communities are becoming more concerned with individual economic growth. Consequently, population, wages, and employment in the Triad are falling behind the metropolitan regions of Charlotte and Raleigh.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 35 Issue 7, July 2015, p48-54, il, por, map Periodical Website
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23896
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Blowing Rock has impressed visitors for centuries and is among North Carolina's most beloved towns. Through the years, the small mountain town's economy has easily bounced back from national economic downturns like the Great Recession, making for a prosperous town that still relies on tourism.
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23898
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With the decline and sale of North Carolina's independent community hospitals, the proceeds often form foundations that support local nonprofits. These nonprofits typically provide services for people in need and long-term benefits for their communities.
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Clay Grubb, relator and owner of Grubb Properties, relies on a century-long family history in the business and hopes to profit from the younger generations in Charlotte.
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23897
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In the Western North Carolina Round Table, leaders from the region discuss western North Carolina's culture, progress, and potential for moving forward.
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