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Pitt County’s future progress largely rests upon contributions from its county seat. Business ventures that may yield economic growth and development include the 10th Street Connector, East Carolina University’s four research campus sites, a burgeoning biomanufacturing industry, and the merger of Vidant and ECU Physicians into VECU.
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Salisbury’s present growth and development comes largely from 400 million dollars of business investments and billionaire Julian Robertson’s philanthropic support. Contributing factors include the town’s proximity to Charlotte and Greensboro and an Internet service company that spurred the multimillion-dollar investment.
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MANNA FoodBank services over a dozen North Carolina counties, distributes food to over 200 organizations, and feeds more than 100,000 people each year. Making this non-profit’s vast difference possible include volunteers from The Community Table in Sylva and food from donors such as Henderson County’s Flavor 1st Growers and Packers.
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Shallotte’s R.D. White and Sons is purported as the oldest continuously operating business in Brunswick County. It touts a business ownership that began more than a century ago and is now into the fifth generation of the White family. Evidence of the company’s longstanding place in Shallotte is in the company’s records, which reflects surnames of customers whose descendants still do business with this company.