FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 13, 2020 CAREER DIGESTWorkforce training and employment events with Triad Goodwill For January 13 and BeyondFEATURED EVENTHiring Event on Saturday, January 18 at 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. at 1500 Yanceyville Street, Greensboro, NC 27405. Triad Goodwill co-presents the 5th Annual MLK Career Fair. This event will feature 20+ companies, hiring for a variety of positions. Dress for success and bring copies for your
City of Reidsville Press Release – Release Date November 6, 2019City of Reidsville launchesCensus 2020 Campaign Census 2020 isn’t due until April of next year, but the City of Reidsville is launching in November a campaign geared to get its residents to fill out the federally mandated forms. For the City of Reidsville, like other municipalities and counties across the State and nation, an accurate census count is critical economically. The Federal Government distributes some $675 billion annually to
Eclectic Visions Art Co.Ribbon cutting was held on October 2nd at 9:00am. Robin Balderson joins those bringing art to life in Downtown Reidsville she offers Art Classes and Private parties for those who enjoy painting, she teaching art to our community and her work is amazing .We are thankful that the owners have chosen to continue their business adventures here with us in Reidsville. Cutting the ribbon were Councilwoman Sherri Walker and Councilwoman Terresia Scoble and President Diane Sawyer, alongside
Old School Block CommitteeRibbon cutting was held on October 17th at 12:00pm. Catherine Wilson was the speaker for the Old Block Committee. They started in 2011 to celebrate and commemorate Black History on the Block. We are thankful for them and are happy to celebrate alongside their committee. Cutting the ribbon was Mayor Pro Tem Harry Brown alongside Coucilman Donald Gorham, and Councilwoman Terresia Scoble. Also present were the RDC, city officials, chamber members and our ambassadors.
ALEF Behavioral Group LLCRibbon Cutting was held on October 15th 12:00pm. Robert Flack Jr was the speaker, quoting statistics and showing the need for the clinic, including that Rockingham County has the 7th highest rate of opioid overdose rate in N.C. We are thankful for this organization as the need is great. The ribbon was cut by Mr.& Mrs Robert Flack Jr. alongside their staff, city officials, chamber members and ambassadors, friends and family.
Dominos Pizza, WOW Pizza Selected as the Reidsville Chamber “Business of the Month” for July 2019Mickey & Meredith Tingen, owners of WOW Pizza LLC, DBA DOMINOS Born and raised in Burlington, NC Appalachian State Alumni Mickey Tingen came to Reidsville and built the original Dominos Pizza store in 1996. Over the years he has grown his business to other areas. Recently, he relocated the Reidsville store to 1570 Freeway Drive, the newest of Dominos concepts – Dominos Pizza Theater where you can see the
Greensboro Grasshoppers Selected as the Reidsville Chamber “Business of the Month” for August 2019 Celebrating their 15th season in 2019, the Greensboro Grasshoppers remain committed to providing their fans with affordable, family entertainment. Since 2005 they have welcomed over 5 million fans to First National Bank Field and have had some wonderful players come through town including the 2018 MLB National League MVP Christian Yelich. The Grasshoppers strive to embrace the diversity that makes up
A Ribbon Cutting was held for Aspen by Rachel Rakes on Thursday, August 8th at 12pm. Councilwoman Sherri Walker cut the ribbon alongside Councilwoman Terresia Scoble, Chamber President Diane Sawyer, owners Rachel and Stephen Rakes, their daughter and many close friends and family. Aspen by Rachel Rakes, formerly known as 309 Aspen, has a large variety of cake slices, cupcakes, brownies, cookies, and specialty coffee drinks. Located at 8460-C Hwy 87, they are easily accessible from anywhere in the county.