Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 6 Issue 9, September 1986
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This article highlights numerous individuals in North Carolina who make money speaking at events, schools, churches, and businesses.
Don Clayton is a Fayetteville insurance salesman who has opened multiple putt-putt miniature golf courses and increased business by including coin-operated game rooms in the facilities. Game rooms have increased the popularity of putt-putt courses.
William E. Prather Jr., former Burger King executive, is now president of the Hardee’s restaurant chain. This article discusses the changes he has made to the chain since becoming president and how he hopes to increase revenues and penetrate the market.
Dorothy’s Ruffled Originals is a curtain store in Wilmington that pulls in twelve million annually. This article highlights the business and how its founders bring in revenue.