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6948
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Podiatrist Dr. Roy Archambault discovered that one out of five of his surgical patients would get their cast or bandage wet, requiring him to redo the cast or bandage. He developed a latex cover that allowed the wearer to get into water and still stay dry. Archambault quit practicing ten years ago and went into business. His company, Wilmington-based Xero Products LLC, sells the XeroSox, a latex sleeve that fits over a cast or bandage. A hand pump removes the air. The company employs thirteen and projects revenues in 2004 of $1.2 million.
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6946
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National Dragway Corp., headquartered in Rockingham, is a runner-up in the 2004 BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA Small Business of the Year competition. The company, founded in 1992 by Steve Earwood, operates the Rockingham Dragway. The company promotes and holds racing events, such as import races, motorcycle races, and drag races. The company employs nine and projects revenues of $2.9 million in 2004.
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6945
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McGill Environmental of North Carolina, Inc., headquartered in Harrrells, in Sampson County, is a runner-up in the 2004 BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA Small Business of the Year competition. The company, founded in 1991 by Noel Lyons and James H. McGill, turns about 200,000 tons of waste a year into compost. The company employs 52 and projects revenues of $7 million in 2004.
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10092
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The article discusses how industry and agriculture are working together to create jobs in each of the fourteen counties in North Carolina's First Congressional District; for example, Beaufort County is recognized for such industries as food and seafood canning, lumbering, and fertilizers.
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