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Business Outlook A quarterly publication of the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce and The Daily Dispatch

Wednesday, February 6, 2013 • 1st Quarter

Annual banquet held Jan. 31: Semprius CEO speaks The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce celebrated 75 years of service to the local business community at the Annual Membership Meeting and Banquet held Jan. 31, at the Vance-Granville Community College civic center. Over 400 member representatives attended the event. Joseph Carr, CEO of local highefficiency solar module manufacturer Semprius, was the keynote speaker for the evening. The company designs and manufactures the smallest and highest efficiency solar modules in the world. Using patented cell technology and stateof-the-art manufacturing processes, Semprius is leading the way to costcompetitive, sustainable generation of solar electricity. Carr was instrumental in the design and innovation of this technology. In his address, Carr talked about the Chamber celebrating 75 years of service to the community and the people who had the “vision” to better their community by forming it. “Vision without action is merely

sional as well as volunteer level, Tucker received many accolades for his community service and for putting “Service above self.” “The 2012 Citizen of the year epitomizes that simple yet very powerful Rotary Club motto,” said Wilson. “Most everyone is eager to embrace that message and many try. But while very few reach that honorable goal, the 2012 Citizen of the Year goes above and beyond in the volunteering of time, talent and resources and greatly exceeds the high standard of putting service above self,” Wilson continued. Tucker has been involved in nu2012 Citizen of the Year Dr. Bev Tucker poses with his family after receiv- merous mission trips to help build schools for children in extremely ing the award. impoverished regions of Central America. Heavily involved in the integrity, encourages teamwork, a pipedream. Only by taking deHenderson YMCA, Tucker became finitive action can one translate the persevere and acknowledges a Charter Member a full five years grace,” he added. intangible to the tangible,” Carr After Carr’s address, 2011 Citi- before it was ready to open. One of said. Carr went on to say that action the first citizens of Henderson to is driven by having a plan which in zen of the Year winner Randolph turn is spurred by solid leadership. Wilson presented the 2012 Citizen recognize the importance of having a family-oriented physical fitness of the Year Award to Dr. Beverly “Leadership is the glue that binds Tucker. Serving the local commu- facility, Tucker championed the a strong vision with a solid plan. campaign to bring a YMCA to our Good leadership always maintains nity for over 40 years on a profes-

city, even though many argued that Henderson was too small. Now, 23 years later, largely through the support and tireless work of Tucker, who served as the facility’s “Chief Volunteer Officer,” the Henderson YMCA has expanded twice and serves over 6,000 members. One nomination form said, “As its chief volunteer officer, Dr. Tucker not only supported and encouraged the growth of the YMCA but also walked the talk by persuading and exercising with others, not only for personal benefits but to encourage others to keep fit, as well.” see banquet/page

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Officers Elected New Chamber members Embers Christmas Committee Goals Community College Seminar Leadership Vance Schedule Ribbon Cutting

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Member Spotlights Christmas Social pg. 10 Ambassadors Breakfast pg. 11 P.O. Box 1302; 414 S. Garnett St., Henderson, N.C. 27536 Board / Ambassadors / Staff List pg. 12 Mission Statement pg. 13 Phone: (252) 438-8414 Upcoming Events pg. 13 Fax: (252) 492-8989 Membership Directory pg. 14, 15



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Small Business Administration licenses first fund in early stage capital initiative Hatteras Venture Partners of Durham is the first licensee in the Early Stage Innovation Funds initiative, a part of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Small Business Investment Company capital investment program. Hatteras Venture Partners (hatterasvp. com), a venture capital firm based in Research Triangle Park focuses on seed and early stage opportunities in biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, diagnostics, and related opportunities in human medicine. HVP was selected because it demonstrated that it has a strong team with a clear, focused strategy and a track record investing in an undercapitalized region. “The new year is the perfect time to celebrate new businesses and win-win opportunities like the Early Stage Initiative,” said administrator Karen Mills of Small Business Administration. “The Early Stage Innovation Funds initiative promotes American innovation and job creation by encouraging private sector investment in early stage small businesses. And by licensing funds like Hatteras Venture Partners IV, we can expand entrepreneurs’ access to capital at no cost to taxpayers.” High-growth, early stage companies commonly experience a gap in the availability of funding between $1 million and $4 million levels. This gap is often referred to in the venture capital industry as the “Valley of Death.” Since January 2006, less than 10 percent of all U.S. venture capital dollars went to seed funds investing at those levels, and approximately 70 percent of those dollars went to just three states: California, Massachusetts, and New York. The Early Stage Innovation Funds initiative targets this gap by licensing and guaranteeing leverage to funds focused on early/seed stage investments. SBA’s improved licensing times under its Small Business Investment Company debenture program complement the Early Stage Innovation Funds initiative. The administration has committed up to $1 billion in SBA-guaranteed leverage over a five-year period for selected Early Stage Innovation Funds using its current Small

Business Investment Company program authorization. Licensed Early Stage Innovation Funds can receive up to a maximum of $50 million in SBA-guaranteed funding to match their privately raised capital. Early Stage Innovation Funds must invest at least 50 percent of their investment dollars in early stage small businesses. Recently, the administration called for applications from fund managers for year two of the five-year initiative. The deadline for filing the Management Application Questionnaires for year two of the Early Stage Innovation Fund program is March 1, 2013, at 5 p.m. EST. Application details are in the call notice published in the Federal Register: articles/2012/12/18/2012-30431/smallbusiness-investment-companies-earlystage-sbics. These companies are privately-owned and managed investment firms that are licensed and regulated by the administration. They use a combination of funds raised from private sources and money raised through the use of administration guarantees to make equity and mezzanine capital investments in small businesses. There are nearly 300 of these companies with more than $18 billion in capital under management. More information on the Early Stage Innovation Funds initiative and the regulations governing these company may be found at For more information about the administration’s investment division, Small Business Investment Company program, Impact Investment Initiative and Early Stage Innovation Funds, go to The web site offers much useful information including segments for: SBIC applicants, SBIC licensees, private partners and LPs, and entrepreneurs and small business owners. The site also includes useful Small Business Investment Company forms, up-to-date news and reports, and detailed information and descriptions of the Impact Investment Initiative and Early Stage Innovation Fund.

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2013 Chamber officers elected The Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce recently elected the 2013 officers for the Board of Directors. Hal Muetzel of Express Employment Professionals will assume the responsibilities of board chair. Jenny Hester of Prim Development and Rentals will become first vice-chair and Catherine Hughes of Satterwhite Point Marina will serve as immediate past chair. Mel Manning will continue to serve as treasurer as an individual member. Kathy Caudle of Maria Parham Medical Center, Phil Hart of Dataforge and Larry Mathiot of CenturyLink were added as new board members. Ex-officio board members

include Dennis Tharrington, chair, Henderson-Vance Partnership; Tommy Hester, chair, Vance County Board of Commissioners; Stuart Litvin, director, Vance County Economic Development Commission; Pam Hester, director, Henderson-Vance Downtown Development Commission; Dr. Stelfanie Williams, president, Vance-Granville Community College; Pete O’Geary, mayor, City of Henderson; Ronald Gregory, superintendent, Vance County Schools; and Bob Singletary, president & CEO, Maria Parham Medical Center. All new, existing and outgoing Chamber officers and directors were recognized during the banquet.

Welcome to these new chamber members Five County First in Families P.O. Box 716 Bunn, N.C. 27508 Phone: (252) 373-7041 FAX: (919) 400-4846 Non-Profit/Disability Services Autumn Stearne, resource consultant The Corbitt Preservation Association 4733 Raleigh Road Henderson, N.C. 27536 Phone: (252) 767-2247 Historical Preservation Charles Powell, president   Maria Parham Endocrinology 120 Charles Rollins Road Suite 206 Henderson, N.C. 27536 Phone: (252) 436-6240 FAX: (252) 492-5707 Physician/Endocrinologist Dr. Diana Desai 

Advantage Ministries, Inc. 103 Wortham Court Henderson, N.C. 27537 Phone: (252) 433-6024 FAX: (252) 492-5212 Women’s Shelter, Ministry Janice Ward, overseer Henderson Appliance Center 140 Zeb Robinson Road Henderson, N.C 27537 Phone: (252)430-6828 FAX: (252) 430-6946 Appliance & Mattress Sales Barbara Young, manager   Magnolia Management, LLC 719 B Chestnut Street Henderson, N.C. 27536 Phone: (252) 432-8005 Rental Properties/Rentals Tony Norwood, managing director

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New member orientation held; benefits discussed

The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce Membership Committee held a new member orientation Dec. 13 in the Chamber Board room. Attendees were served donuts, coffee, juice and chicken minis donated by Chick-fil-A. Old and new members gathered to absorb information as to how to utilize their Chamber membership to its fullest potential. Membership director Rachel Hedrick discussed ribbon cutting and Business After Hours opportunities, Member-to-Member discounts, Member Spotlights and other free promotional options available to Chamber members. Chamber president John Barnes did an overview of the Chamber website and membership listings found there.

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Tucker is also an active church member who serves in the church Sunday school ministry, the music ministry, and as a deacon. Additional service to God and community is demonstrated by weekly driving of a church van to pick up children from area schools and carry them to the church’s discipleship and children’s choir programs. With a strong belief that there is no profession more vital than the teaching of our children because their young minds do indeed hold the future, Tucker is a strong advocate of educators and strong champion for the mission and success of the Vance County School Foundation. He has participated in the North Carolina Senior Games and many National tennis competitions. While playing in the 2007 regional finals competition in Kentucky, Tucker and a doubles partner learned of a medical emergency of another player. Using their CPR expertise, they eventually revived the cardiac arrest victim. The nomination letter that told this story continued, “I mention this, not because our nominee would ever seek recognition for this heroic act, but rather to demonstrate that involved people, like our nominee, put themselves in the position to not only enjoy life but to also be of benefit and service to others in unique circumstances.” Finally, one letter said of Tucker, “An ideal citizen, as quoted by respected author,


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Sarah Patton Boyle, is one whose glory is an inner glory, one who places culture above prosperity, fairness above profit, generosity above possessions, hospitality above comfort, courtesy above triumph, courage above safety, kindness above personal welfare, honor above success.” Recognition was also given to the Honorable Jim Crawford for 30 years of outstanding service to North Carolina and Vance County. “Vance County does not have a stronger advocate nor anyone more devoted, loyal, and committed to the betterment of North Carolina than this man whom I am honored to call my friend,” said Chamber president John Barnes of Crawford. “Vance County, was blessed with a dynamic, influential leader who worked tirelessly for the betterment of the region” Barnes continued. Crawford was presented with a plaque from the Chamber. Though no longer the local representative, Crawford was petitioned by newly elected Governor of North Carolina, Pat McCrory, to chair the budget committee of his transition team. 2012 Chairwoman Catherine Hughes gave the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce Annual Report highlighting the previous year’s accomplishments. 2013 Chamber of Commerce Chairman Hal Muetzel and Chamber President John Barnes presented the 2013 Program of Work which identifies the organization’s goals for the upcoming year.

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Embers Christmas: a welcomed event

The Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce hosted the “Christmas With The Embers” holiday concert on Dec. 7 at the Vance-Granville Community College civic center. Over 700 attended this year’s concert which included the group’s unique costume changes and a new mix of songs. Attendees young and old enjoyed holiday classics and “not-soclassics” as “Santa” tossed goodies to the youngsters in the crowd. “The show is always a favorite and offered some new and fresh entertainment this year. The event is well-supported by the

local community and we’re happy to host it” said Chamber president John Barnes. The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce coordinated the event which was brought to the community by Presenting Sponsor CenturyLink, Platinum Sponsors Progress Energy and P&G Pet Care, Gold Sponsors Walmart Distribution Center #6091 and Maria Parham Medical Center and Silver Sponsor Satterwhite Point Marina. Media Sponsors are The Daily Dispatch, WIZS Radio and Lakes Media/WLUS 98.3 Radio.

Dr. Vu and the staff at Vance Family Medicine would like to express their appreciation to the community for their support of the practice by choosing the Vance Family Medicine as one of the preferred medical practices in the area.

Back on Dec. 7, there was a heavy turnout for the Embers holiday concert at the civic center at Vance-Granville Community College.

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Henderson-Vance Chamber Committee Goals potential businesses. Below is an overview of the 2013 goals that each Chamber Committee ducation has set for itself in the   upcoming year: Continue to co-sponsor   the annual Teacher Executive Institute (for top usiness teachers in our schools) growth and with the Public School Foundation. development Work with school   administration to enhance Continue to host our business-education Administrative Profespartnerships. sional’s Day Luncheon. Continue Life Skills Promote the imporDay program to teach tance of small business students basic skills in through the hosting of getting a job. Small Business RoundtaWork with Vancebles (minimum of three). Granville CommuContinue to recognize nity College and Vance the Small Business of the County Public/Private Year in partnership with Schools on the School other county Chambers of Excellence for rising of Commerce and the tenth graders. Vance-Granville ComWork closely with munity College Small school administration and Business Center. the Vance County Public Enhance our role in job School Foundation to growth in the county by develop programs for the partnering with Ecosuccessful recruitment nomic Development, and retention of teachers. Downtown Development, Promote the Shinthe Henderson-Vance ing Moment in EducaPartnership, Tourism, tion Award winner at city and county governthe Chamber’s Annual ment and any other enti- Banquet. ties that will bring jobs to Recognize National our area. Board Certified teachers, Continue to update Vance County Principal “How to Start and Grow of the Year and Vance a Business in Vance County Teacher of the County” and make avail- Year at the Chamber’s able to anyone seeking annual banquet. to begin or expand a Partner with local business in our area. Also schools in creating a jobpartner with NC REAL shadowing program for to hold entreprenureal students.  workshops. Partner with VanceGranville Community xecutive College in creating tech  nical and applied training Oversee Chamber programs for new and budgetary activities and




Promote the Chamber and its events through the use of timely press releases to local media sources. Produce Envision Vance, the eleventh annual quality of life guide/ membership directory. Integrate promotional and educational videos into the Chamber’s marketing mix. Continue free “Member Spotlights” advertising. Offer an “Annual Marketing Opportunities List” which offers members marketing and sponsorship investment opportunities for the upcoming year.

“Ribbon Cuttings,” radio and website promotions. Promote sponsorship opportunities for all members. Invite and encourage all members to be involved in their Chamber through volunteering and/or in-kind services and educate members on the benefits of volunteering. To accomplish this, the Chamber will hold an orientation for its new members a minimum of arketing twice yearly with avail able seating for existing Promote and maintain members. Maintain and empower (Note: The Chamber’s the Chamber website to be real-time, user friendambassador members to Executive Committee is ly, and provide links to be the liaison between made up of board offithe Chamber and our cers, including the Cham- existing businesses that have e-mail access. members. Require a ber chair, First viceContinue an e-mail member of the memberchair, second vice-chair, newsletter to all members embership ship committee to attend treasurer and immediate and organizations.   the Ambassadors’ quarpast chair.) Continue the Chamber Continue to use all terly meetings.   presence and promotion means possible (emContinue to promote, overnment of members on local and phasizing diversity) to expand and support regional radio. recruit, promote and renetworking through faceContinue to be the tain business. Provide as to-face meetings, events, and public point of contact to promuch individual attention electronic media and sovide “Newcomer Inforas possible, including but cial networking vehicles affairs mation” electronically not limited to member  as a membership benefit and hard copy to anyone ship recruitment events. Promote the imporas well as a membership wishing to relocate to our Enhance existing tance of the Leadership recruitment tool. county. programs and develop Vance program and Continue to promote “Member-To-Member Publish six Focus new programs that will encourage community Discounts” through ongospotlight our businesses involvement after gradua- newsletters and four ing programs and monthBusiness Outlook tabincluding “Business tion. ly “Member Spotlights.” loids during the year. Before/After Hours,” Partner with local policies. Remain involved with the staff to be sure that all Chamber policies are adhered to. Work with the staff, other committees and volunteers to develop and maintain other revenue producing events such as Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament as well as other events that may occur in 2013. Work with Chamber staff to seek other sources of grant funding or revenue.

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During an informational seminar held at Vance-Granville Community College’s main campus on Nov. 9, Cornelia Steinert (right), customs house broker and senior manager with PointTrade Services, Inc., described what Foreign Trade Zones and their importance.

Community college hosts seminar on foreign trade zones

Franklin) as well as other counties in Government officials, economic developers and business leaders met the Research Triangle Region. A foreign trade at Vance-Granville zone is a secure area Community A foreign trade zone is a in or near a port of College’s main secure area in or near a entry that is considcampus on Nov. port of entry that is ered outside of U.S. 9 to learn about international trade considered outside of U.S. “commerce” but is under U.S. Customs opportunities. The “commerce” but is under supervision. DoDurham-based Triangle J Council U.S. Customs supervision. mestic and foreign Domestic and foreign merchandise may be of Governments merchandise may be admitted to a foreign organized the trade zone without informational sem- admitted to a foreign a formal customs inar on Foreign trade zone without a entry. Trade Zone 93, a formal customs entry. “FTZ 93 stimudesignated area lates trade in the that includes all four counties that the college serves Greater Triangle Region by creating new jobs in companies engaged in (Vance, Granville, Warren and

international commerce and encouraging job creation in spin-off industries,” said Renee Boyette, who administers the zone for the Council of Governments. Attendees were welcomed to the seminar by Boyette and by Dr. Stelfanie Williams, the president of the college. Later, Cornelia Steinert, customs house broker and senior manager with PointTrade Services, Inc., discussed what Foreign Trade Zones are and why they are important. She explained that goods can be brought into such a zone and be stored, manipulated and processed while maintaining their duty-free status, reducing a local company’s costs and improving supply chain efficiencies.

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Leadership Vance schedule set Applications are available for the upcoming 2013 Leadership Vance Program. Interested professionals who live or work in Vance County are invited to apply. The program will be limited to a maximum of 25 participants who will be selected to represent all backgrounds, occupations and geographic areas of Vance County. The Leadership Vance program is designed to create a group of informed and dedicated leaders who will contribute to the community. Brochures for the current year are currently available online and at the Chamber office. This year’s schedule is as follows: • Feb. 7 — Orientation/Kick-Off Breakfast Vance-Granville Community College • Feb. 18 — Leadership Retreat (full day) — Western Vance High School • Feb. 26 — History & Media Session • March 12 — Education Session • March 26 — Vance County Government Session • April 9 — City of Henderson Government Session • April 23 — Economic Development and Industry Session • May 7 — Judiciary, Criminal Justice and Law Session • May 21 — Agriculture and Natural Resources Session • June 4 — Health and Community Resources Session • TBA — Community Services Day • TBA — Graduation Dinner Location TBA All sessions are on Tuesdays with the exception of the orientation (Thursday) and the retreat (Monday). Additional time requirements include attendance at one city council meeting, one board of commissioners meeting, one board of education meeting and completion of a group community service project. Participants are exposed to various aspects of Henderson and Vance County, specifically in regard to city and county government, health and community resources, economic development, agriculture and natural resources, history and media, and criminal justice and law. For more information, contact the Chamber at (252) 438-8414.

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February Member Spotlights — 42nd edition

Chamber member benefit – Member Spotlights

The Henderson-Vance County Chamber’s “Member Spotlights” continues to be one of the most popular free Chamber benefits. This special section of the Business Outlook Tabloid and Chamber web-site allows member businesses to list their upcoming public sales, special events, special products and/or services for free. A link on the Chamber homepage takes all viewers to this special page. Criteria set for each listing is 50 words or less typed in a Word or text document using 10 pt Verdana. The name of the company is listed first and then the complete description of what is being spotlighted. Entries are listed monthly. Any entry to be listed in “Member Spotlights” will have a deadline of the 25th of the month preceding when the entry should appear. Entries are listed alphabetically on the page with the company name in bold and the description in normal type. All are uniform in appearance. Chamber members who wish to have an entry listed should send their information as seen in the November Spotlights below to by the 25th of the month preceding the listing or call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414 with questions. These “Member Spotlights” are free. All you have to do to participate is: 1) Be a Chamber of Commerce member 2) E-mail your free ad to communications@ on or before the 25th of each month for the next month’s edition. 3) Format: 10pt. verdana- must be 50 words or less. If you have any questions, contact Sheri Jones at (252) 438-8414:

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CPAs sponsor 5th annual Christmas social The Fifth Annual Chamber Christmas Social was held Dec. 13 at Henderson Country Club from 6-8 p.m. Sponsors for this year’s event were Holden Moss Knott Clark & Copley, P.A.; William L. Stark & Company; Phillips, Dorsey, Thomas, Waters and Brafford, P.A.; Danny W. Wright, CPA, PLLC; William D. Hoyle, CPA, PLLC; Robert D. Herford, CPA and Hinton Accounting & Tax Service. The Chamber hosted this holiday kick-off celebration for its members with heavy hors d’oeuvres, beverages and lots of networking. Approximately 230 members plus their guests attended the event which has become one of the Chamber’s most popular and wellattended membership events of the year. The social is made possible only through the sponsorship of Chamber member CPA firms.

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Limited number of low-dollar contracts now available through new online marketplace

profile on the beta site, each small busiThe U.S. Small Business Adminisness can search and bid for contracts tration, in conjunction with the White relevant to its skill set. A small business House’s Presidential Innovation Felcan easily search for an opportunity, see lows, today launched a “beta” (pilot) a statement of work, and bid all within version of RFP-EZ, a new online the RFP-EZ web interface. marketplace that streamlines the govThe Presidential Innovation Fellows ernment contracting process, making program launched in August 2012, it simpler for small businesses to find pairs top innovators from the private and bid on low-dollar contracts from sector, non-profits, and academia federal agencies. The new program allows the govern- with top innovators in government to collaborate on solutions that aim to ment to source low-cost, high-impact solutions from innovative tech compa- deliver significant results. RFP-EZ is the first of five high-impact projects nies. A limited number of low-dollar assigned to the fellows contracts through RFP-EZ aimed at supporting entreare now available at rfpez. The new program preneurs, small businesses . If successful, the allows the and the economy, while pilot will be expanded to government to significantly improving include more contracts for source low-cost, how the Federal Governa more diverse group of high-impact ment serves the American innovative startups. solutions from people. “The federal governThe fellows who were ment gets access to the innovative tech most innovative startups, companies. A limited picked to work with the administration and helping us lower costs and get more bang for the number of low-dollar BusinessUSA to develop contracts through RFP-EZ were Clay Johndollars we spend,” said son, best-selling author, Sean Greene, the Small RFP-EZ are now open government techBusiness Administration’s available at rfpez. nologist and entrepreneur associate administrator for . If from Washington, D.C.; investment and innovaJed Wood, interaction tion. “The small business- successful, the pilot designer, web developer, es get access to the largest will be expanded to and entrepreneur from customer in the world. It’s include more a win-win.” contracts for a more Chicago, IL, and Adam Becker, web developer The government prodiverse group of and co-founder of civic curement process can be innovative startups. engagement startup Govcomplicated and intimiHub from Oakland, Calif. dating. RFP-EZ represents The other Presidential Innovation a unique opportunity for innovative Fellow projects included: MyGov, startups to easily access the federal Open Data Initiatives, Blue Button for government marketplace and, in turn, America and The 20% Initiative. To help fuel job growth throughout the learn more about the fellowship and country. RFP-EZ also will enable the federal government to secure better and the projects, visit: less expensive products and services, BusinessUSA is a Presidential inisaving taxpayer dollars and improving tiative designed to make it easier for results delivered. small businesses and entrepreneurs to The streamlined process helps save significant amounts of time for all types access federal services and other resources. To learn more visit: business. of business, especially high-growth startups. By simply creating a company

Ambassadors treated to breakfast

The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce Membership Committee honored Chamber ambassadors at a breakfast on Dec. 20 at Crossroads Family Restaurant. The group was treated to a full breakfast by the Chamber for their volunteer efforts throughout the year at ribbon cuttings, “Meet Me in the Street” concerts and various other Chamber events. There are currently 22 Chamber ambassadors.

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Board / Ambassadors / Staff List

2013 Chamber Officers Hal Muetzel, Chair Jenny Hester, First Vice-Chair Mel Manning, Treasurer Catherine Hughes, Immediate Past Chair

Board of Directors 2011-2013

Corey Bierly, Walmart Distribution Center #6091 Kathy Brown, P & G Pet Care Bernice Bullock, Generations Community Credit Union Gina DeMent, Five County Community Operations Center Curtis Tyndall, BB&T 2012-2014

Dr. Angela Ballentine, Vance-Granville Community College

Jenny Hester, Prim Development and Rentals Catherine Hughes, Satterwhite Point Marina Hal Muetzel, Express Employment Professionals Susan Rogers, Chick-fil-A Thomas Shaw, Vance County Farm Bureau

Francine Burwell, X-Quisite Ryders, Inc. Jon Clark, Maria Parham Medical Center Gina DeMent, Five County Community Operations Ctr. Cheryl Elman, Dave Elman Hypnosis Institute Linda Fletcher, Vance-Granville Community College Freda Hawley, Walmart Distribution Center #6091 Reginald Hicks, Union Bank & Trust 2013-2015 Company Larry Mathiot, CenturyLink Mel Manning, individual Brian Johnson, BB&T Tanya Evans, Progress Energy Julia Langston, Henderson Family Phil Hart, Dataforge YMCA Jody Pernell, Greenway’s Authentic CharBrian Marshburn, BB&T coal Grill Clareese Moss, Shortcakes Embroidery/ Kathy Caudle, Maria Parham Medical Center Screen Printing Jessica Rice, Aim High Athletics/Personal Training Kimberly Robinson, Rosemyr Corporation/AA Self Storage Susan Rogers, Chick-fil-A Val Short, Triangle North Healthcare Foundation Cindy Abate, Liberty Kennels, Inc. Lynn Stone, Union Bank Rudy Abate, Liberty Kennels, Inc. Jessica Todd, Xerox Bernice Bullock, Generations Community Sandra White, Saint Augustine’s College Credit Union Alison Wilson, P & G Pet Care

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Stuart Litvin, Director, Vance County Economic Development Commission Dennis Tharrington, Chair, HendersonVance Economic Partnership Pam Hester, Director, Henderson-Vance Downtown Development Dr. Stelfanie Williams, President, VanceGranville Community College Tommy Hester, Chair, Vance County Board of Commissioners Pete O’Geary, Mayor, City of Henderson Ronald Gregory, Superintendent, Vance County Schools Bob Singletary, President/CEO Maria Parham Medical Center

Chamber Staff John Barnes, President Rachel Hedrick, Director of Membership Services Sylvia Edwards, Office Manager Connie Ragland, Work First Coordinator Sheri Jones, Communications Consultant

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Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce mission statement

Dr. Desai on hand for open house at Maria Parham Endocrinology Suzanne Crumpler (far left), Home Health, Janice Satterwhite (second from left), Diabetes educator, and Cozetta Small (far right), Multi-Specialty Office manager, all from Maria Parham Medical Center, converse with Dr. Diana Desai (second from right) at the open house of Maria Parham Endocrinology. Dr. Desai began taking patients in August and specializes in diabetes, thyroid and hormonal disorders and women’s health issues. For more information or for appointments, call (252) 436-6240.

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Upcoming Chamber events Feb. 7

Leadership Vance Orientation and Kick-off Breakfast for the 2013 class from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Vance-Granville Community College.

Feb. 18

Leadership Vance Retreat at Western Vance High School from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.


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April 26 Meet Me in the Street Concert (tentative)

May 30 Meet Me in the Street Concert (tentative)

Sept. 12 Meet Me in the Street Concert (tentative)


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Chamber Membership Directory * A Dominos Pizza * A&S Pest Control * A.B. Hair Carpets, Inc. * A.R. Perry Glass/Hender- son Oxygen * A.R.E. Mechanical, Inc. * AAA Gas & Appliance * Abria’s Chase Founda - tion * ACTS (Area Christians Together in Service) * Adcock, Wayne * Advanced Lighting Technologies * Advantage Ministries, Inc. * Adventure Island * Aflac * A-Fresh Potti By Foster * Ahner Security, Inc. * AHU Training & Consulting * AIM High Athletics & Personal Training, LLC * Air Control, Inc. * Allen, Dr. Robert F. Optometrist * Alliance Rehabilitative Care, Inc. * American Cancer Society * American Red Cross * Argand Energy Solutions * Auto Connection * AutoBrite Car Washes, Inc. Aycock Elementary School * Ballet Arts, Inc. * Bank of America * Barnett Properties, Inc. * Baymont Inns * BB&T * Beckford Medical Center * Bees’ Knees, The * Belk, Inc. * Bill’s Flowers and Gifts * Bobbitt Signs, Inc. * Bojangles * Bowers & Burrows * Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central N.C. Vance Unit * Brass Shoppe, The * Brassfield Commercial Realty * Breedlove Electric, Inc.

* Brewer Cycles, Inc. ers, Inc. * Brooks Appraisals, Inc. * Community Home Care * Buffaloe Milling Co., Inc. & Hospice * Builder Tony Hirst, LLC * Community Workforce * Builder’s Discount Solutions, Inc. Center of Henderson * Consolidated Marketing, * Bullock’s of Henderson, Inc. LLC * Cooper Company II, LLC * Cardinal Innovations * Cordell’s Lawn Care, Inc. - Five County Community * Costco Operations Center * Courtyard/Woods * Care Chiropractic Center Apartments * Care, Jonathan S, * Coventry House Inn Attorney, PA * Cracker Barrel Carolina Carpet * Craving Inc. DBA Simply * Carolina Cooling & Delicious Catering Heating, Inc. * Crawford Properties * Carolina Country Snacks * Crossroads Christian * Carolina Dental Arts School * Carolina Greenscapes, * Crossroads Family Inc. Restaurant * Carolina Quality, Inc. * Currin’s Real Estate (Burger King) * D.D. Residential * Carolina Sunrock LLC Services, Inc. Carver Elementary School * Dabney Drive * Carver’s Family Animal Hospital Restaurants Dabney Elementary * Cawthorne & Associates School * CCB * Daily Dispatch, The * Century 21 - Country * Daniel Hendley Knolls Realty Photography * CenturyLink * Dataforge * Character Antics * Dave Elman * Charles Boyd Chevrolet- Hypnosis Institute Cadillac-Buick-GMC, Inc. * DeCillis, Steven B., * Chase Development Attorney at Law * Chick-fil-A * Department of * Church of the Holy Commerce - Division of Innocents, The Workforce Solutions (Episcopal) * Dex One Corporation * Church, Tom * Discount Furniture * City Tire, Inc. Center * Civitan Club of * Document Systems, Inc. Henderson * Dot’s Hallmark Shop Clarke Elementary School * Dr. Conde Mobile * Classic Graphics Veterinary Practice * Coast Guard Auxiliary * Drake, Dr. Alex Henderson/Kerr Lake * Duke Primary Care * Coca-Cola E.M. Rollins Elementary * Coldwell Banker School Advantage-Henderson E.O. Young Jr. Elementary * Collins Collision School Repair Center * EarlyFalsom Properties, * Colortyme Inc. * Comfort Zone Design* Eastern Minerals, Inc.

Eaton-Johnson Middle Grading, Inc. School * Golden Corral * Edward Jones - Jeff Perry * Golden Skillet * Edward Jones - Tony * Granville Health System Adams * Granville-Vance District * Edwards, Bill Health Department * Elmer A. Deal & Sons Inc. * Greater Ransom Way of * Embassy Cultural Center the Cross Temple Foundation, Inc. * Greenway’s Authentic * Endrusick Enterprises, Charcoal Grill LLC * Greystone Concrete * Enterprise Rent-A-Car Products, Inc. * Express Employment * Gupton Services, Inc. Professionals * Gupton’s Sporting * Faith to Freedom, Inc. Goods, Inc. * Family Eye Center, * H & R Block OD PA * H. Leslie Perry * Faulkner Grading & Memorial Library Landscaping, Inc. * H.G. Reynolds Company, * F-G-V Partnership for Inc. Children * Hampton Inn * Fidelity Bank Henderson * First Baptist Church * Handcrafted Homes, LLC * First Citizens Bank & * Hawkins Maintenance Trust Co. Services LLC * First Presbyterian Church * HealthCore Resource, * First United Methodist Inc. Church * Henderson Appliance * Five County FIF Center * Florida Marine Tanks, * Henderson Collegiate Inc. * Henderson Community * Flowers Funeral Home Concert Association * Fogg’s Exxon Service * Henderson Country Club Station * Henderson Family YMCA * Food Lion, LLC * Henderson Fruit & * For Your Occasion Party Produce Company Rentals * Henderson * Four County Primary Furniture Outlet, Inc. Care, RLLP * Henderson Institute * Franklin Brothers Museum and H.I. Nursery & Greenhouses, Graduates & Former Inc. Students Association, Inc. * Franklin-Vance-Warren * Henderson Lions Club Opportunity, Inc. Henderson Middle School * Frazco, Inc. * Henderson Pediatric * Freedom Federal Credit Dentistry/Rhonda Union Kearney, DDS, MS, PLLC * Garden Walk Villas * Henderson Wellness * GENCO ATC Center, PA * Generations Community * Henderson, City of Credit Union Henderson/Vance County * George’s Economic Development * Geter Barber Commission College, LLC Henderson-Vance * Glover’s Landscaping & Chamber of Commerce

Henderson-Vance Downtown Development * Hight Warehouse, Inc. * Hinton Accounting & Tax Service * Holden Moss Knott Clark & Copley, P.A. * Holiday Inn Express * Holland Industrial * Home Credit Corporation, Inc. * Home in Henderson * Hometown Hardware * Hoyle, Wilson S. Jr., DDS * Hughes, Jack H., Attorney * Humphries Construction Co./Triangle North Exteriors * Hunt Investments LLC * Indoff Commercial Interiors * Infinite Possibilities, Inc. * Innovative Green Builders/WDT Development, LLC * Instinctive Healing Massage Insurance Partners of N.C., Inc. * Interiors and Gifts Too * J & E ScreenPrint * J.L. Williams Construction Company, Inc. * J.M. White Funeral Service * Jerry’s Artarama N.C., Inc. * Joel T. Cheatham * John Foster Homes * Johnson’s Block & Concrete Co., Inc. * Journigan’s Tire & Battery Sales * Kennametal, Inc. * Kentucky Fried Chicken * Kerr Drug, Inc. * Kerr Lake Country Club * Kerr Lake Glassworks/ Chex Car Care * Kerr Lake Nursing and Rehabilitation Center * Kerr Lake Orthopaedics * Kerr-Vance Academy * Kids World, Inc.

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Chamber Membership Directory * Kilian Engineering, Inc. * Kimball Roofing/KBL Exteriors * Kindred Nursing & Rehabilitation of Henderson * Kittrell Job Corps Center L.B. Yancey Elementary School * Lakeland Theatre Company & Cultural Arts Center, Inc. * Lakes Media, LLC - US98.3 WLUS-FM * Lamplight Inn & Tobacco Farm Camp * Leonard Factory Outlet * Leslie Ann Mills Photography * Liberty Kennels, Inc. * Life Line Outreach, Inc. * Little River Corporation * Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse * Loyd Plumbing Co. * M.R. Williams, Inc. Magnolia Management, LLC * Manpower Services * Mansfield Computing Solutions, LLC * Mari Miller, Author * Maria Parham Endocrinology * Maria Parham Medical Center * Maria Parham Nephrology & Hypertension * Maria Parham Pain & Physical Medicine Clinic * Marketplace Cinema * Markson Scientific, LLC dba Markson LabSales * Mast Drug Company * Medical Arts Pharmacy * Michael Bobbitt * Michele Burgess dba Stella & Dot Jewelry * Mid South Electric Service, Inc. * Mike Brooks Productions & D.J. Services

* Mike Brummitt Heating Waters & Brafford, PA and Cooling, LLC Pinkston Street * Milkam Hospitality, Inc. Elementary School * Moody Brothers * Pinnell Insurance Jewelers Agency, Inc. * Mosley Plumbing * Pino’s Italian Restaurant Company, Inc. * Pizza Hut * MotoMax * Pizza Inn of Henderson * Nancy Jo Photography * PNC Bank * N.C. Division of * Premier Chiropractic Vocational Rehabilita- * Premier Women’s tion Services Health * NCOL.NET * Prestigious Housing, Inc. New Hope Elementary * Prim Development School and Rentals * New Republic * Private Wealth Savings Bank Management of N.C., LLC * New You with Shortcake * Progress Energy * Norlina Christian School * PSNC Energy, * North Carolina Institute A Scana Company Of Minority Economic * Quality Equipment, LLC Development * Quick Print of * North Carolina Henderson, Inc. Pediatric Associates * Raemac Transportation * Northern * Range of Motion Carolina Cardiology Prosthetics & Orthotics * Northern Carolina * Ransom, Kirby, DMD,PA Surgical Associates * Reaching the Hearts Northern Vance of Women High School * Recovery Innovations * Occoneechee Council, of North Carolina, Inc. Boy Scouts of America * Revlon * Ogle, Dr. Adrian REW Medical Wear * Optimist Club of * Ribeyes Steakhouse Henderson * Richardson, Arline * Orthopaedic Specialists * Rick Edwards Electric of N.C. * ROBCO Manufacturing * P&G Pet Care * Robert B. Lloyd * Pacific Coast Feather Plumbing, Inc. * Paul Heidepriem * Robert D. Herford, CPA Photography * Rogers Group, Inc. * Peanut Roaster, The, Inc. * Rose Oil Company * Peck, Hazel P. * Rosemyr Corporation/ * Pegram Agency, Inc. AA Self Storage The /Nationwide * Rotary Club of Insurance Henderson * Penmac Staffing * Ruin Creek Animal Services, Inc. Protection Society of * Pernell’s Custom Framing Henderson * Perry & Waters, LLP * Run of the Mill Bed * Pete Smith and Breakfast Automotive Group * Rural Health Group * PharmSupply, Inc. at Henderson * Philips Optimum Lighting * Saint Augustine’s * Phillips, Dorsey, Thomas, University

* Salare Inc Market * Salon 31 * Tabet, Munther S., MD, PA * Salvation Army, The * Taco Bell * Sams Furniture & Sams * Tarheel Woodcrafters, Furniture 2 Inc. * Sanford Milling * TARMAC Educational Company Services * Satterwhite Chiropractic * Taylor’s Consignment * Satterwhite Point and Boutique Marina, Inc. * The Colonial Center * Schewel Furniture * The Corbitt Preservation Company, Inc. Association * School of Graphic Arts * The Lotus Lounge Day * Screen Master Spa & Café * Sea Tow * Thermo King of * Semprius Henderson * Servpro of Franklin, * Tidal Wave Car Wash Vance & Granville * Time Warner Cable Counties Tots-N-More * Sheetz Consignment Boutique * Shortcakes Embroidery/ * Toyota/ Scion of Screen Printing Henderson * Skipper Forsyth’s * Triangle North Bar-B-Q Healthcare Foundation * Sleep Inn * Tri-County Power Southern Vance High Equipment School * Tucker, Dr. Beverly * Southside Office Supply * Union Bank & * Sparkling Bright Trust Company Pressure Washing * United Way of Vance * Spiritual Connections County/Volunteer Center Café, LLC * US Cellular * Springleaf Financial * Valiant Solutions, LLC * St. John’s Episcopal * Vance Athletic Supply Church Co., Inc. dba Sportrax * Staffmark * Vance Charter School * Stainback, Satterwhite * Vance Commons, Senior & Zollicoffer, PLLC Apartments * Staples * Vance Construction * State Employees Company Credit Union * Vance County * State Farm Agency * Vance County Arts Recruiting Council * Sterling Park * Vance County Apartments Community Foundation * Stuf-It-Storage and Vance County Early Rentals College High School * Subway * Vance County * Success & Beyond Farm Bureau, Inc. Global Enterprises, LLC * Vance County Public * Sugar n Spice Preschool School Foundation * Sunset Slush of North * Vance County Schools Raleigh, LLC Vance County * SunTrust Tourism TDA * Supply Line Country * Vance Family Medicine

* Vance Financial Services, Inc. * Vance Furniture Company * Vance Granville Home Builders Association Vance-Granville Business Network * Vance-Granville Community College * Vanco Outdoor Equipment * Variety Wholesalers, Inc. * Verallia North America * Verizon Wireless * Vescom America, Inc. * Vulcan Materials * W. W. Properties & Rentals * Wake Electric Membership Corporation * Walmart DC 6091 * Walmart Store 2256 * Waste Industries, Inc. * Watkins Development Co, Inc. dba Southern Laundry and Dry Cleaning * West Hills Veterinary Centre * Wester Realty & Insurance Agency, Inc. * Wester, M. W., III, DDS Western Vance High School * Wheeler, Ted dba Ted’s Service Company * Whitco Termite & Pest Control * White’s Utility Buildings * William D. Hoyle, CPA, PLLC * William L. Stark and Company * WIZS Radio * Wooten, William S. DDS, PA * Wright, Danny W., CPA, PLLC * Xerox * X-Quisite Ryders Inc * Yancey Hines Special Events Photography Zeb Vance Elementary School * - 110% Members


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