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for We the People of North Carolina Vol. 47 Issue 12, Dec 1989
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Charlotte will be building the North Carolina Performing Arts Center, a 177,000-square-foot facility.
In this We the People of North Carolina magazine interview, Phil Kirk, the incoming president of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry, discusses his reasons for seeking the presidency, his plans for the association, and his priorities upon assuming office.
Phil Kirk, the fifth and youngest president of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry, is profiled.
Hunter provides an economic development profile of the Boone and Watauga County area. The county is home to hundreds of Christmas tree farms, and burley tobacco is a major crop.
H. Joe King, Jr., president, chairman, and chief executive officer of Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of Charlotte, is featured in We the People of North Carolina's Businessman in the News section.
Appalachian State University, founded in Boon in 1899 as a teacher training school, is celebrating its ninetieth birthday. Ninety percent of the school's 11,501 students are from North Carolina.