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WELCOME TO MOORESVILLE

The Best Place to Live Our founding fathers are held in high esteem as great leaders, and over the generations they have taken on an aura of being above and beyond the average individual. It is easy to assume that special tasks are done by special people. For many, it’s easier to make that assumption because they can tell themselves that it takes someone with unique attributes, extra abilities and powers in order to complete difficult tasks and to make the changes that are important to our community and to this country. There are no special powers needed in order to become a true leader within your community. The most common attributes are accountability, responsibility and the courage to face the challenges ahead. Kirk Ballard Are our leaders so different from ourselves? In reality they are not. It is the average, ordinary individual, who takes it upon himself to be accountable and responsible, who has the power to make great changes for the better within every community. Each of us has within the power and the ability to complete extraordinary things. Every January, we come together as a Chamber and as a community to celebrate at our Annual Business Leaders Luncheon the extraordinary accomplishments of ordinary men and women. They are — someone’s husband, someone’s father, someone’s brother, someone’s wife, someone’s mother, someone’s daughter — these are ordinary individuals who take upon themselves the tasks of confronting the issues within our community. We celebrate these businesses and

community leaders who have helped make Mooresville the number one place to live in the entire state. We are made up of transplants from across the country and from across the world. The decision to move here is not just based on economics; it’s also based on quality of life issues. These families and businesses are looking at our region as a whole, and that includes our school systems. What they see are school systems filled with diversity that embrace the next frontier with new ideas. They say the only thing you can depend on is change. Our area’s success can be linked to its ability to embrace change and its ability to adapt, improvise and overcome in an everchanging economy. This is just a part of why businesses want to relocate here. For many, the starting of their own business is the fulfillment of a dream. The dream of equal empowerment and the appreciation of the individual right to self-determination were the starting points of becoming a free nation. Our new nation held promise for those brave enough to walk into the unknown. These early pioneers had a belief in their own abilities as well as their deep and abiding faith in a power greater than their own. Today, there are more than 27 million small businesses in the United States, and each year an estimated 600,000 new employer firms open. Are we still brave enough to walk into the unknown venture of starting a new business? Do we possess the qualities of our founding fathers? The facts prove that we do. We are still taking our futures into our own hands and looking to find solutions to today’s problems, undeterred by fear of the unknown. The only limitations we face may be the limitations of our own imaginations.

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CONTENTS

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What’s Inside 10 Live Like a Native

All you need to know about the town

12 Planning Made Easy

29 Event Spaces

Mooresville’s event facilities will cater to you

30 Economic Development

Visit Mooresville Convention and Visitors Bureau for the scoop on what to do

Business is booming in Mooresville

13 Mooresville’s Patriotism 32 Real Estate

Liberty Park renovations will connect community and honor veterans

14 Open for Business

The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce can help launch your entrepreneurial plans

for expansion

Versatile living options and a new luxury lakefront hotel development

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Mark your calendars for these annual happenings

36 Senior Fun 16 Downtown Mooresville Senior citizens find support in Mooresville Business Profile The Back Room Men’s Clothier preps 37 Non-Profits 17 Education

40 Arts and Culture

A look at youth sports programs and Mooresville’s cultural scene celebrates how one Mooresville resident’s love of the arts numbers landed him a job with the NY Yankees Shopping Boutiques, specialty stores and big box Golf stores bound here Set your tee time and enjoy public and private golf course amenities Healthcare Medical offerings in Mooreville are Higher Learning top-notch Think outside the box when considering higher education Mooresville-

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Choose from thrills on land and on water

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Tasty Town USA pairs current cuisine with town’s history

39 Kid Time

The town has been recognized in many different ways over the years

20 Sports

Mooresville non-profits are always seeking volunteers

38 Eats

Mooresville area academics are a subject of national study

19 Accolades

From high-banked speedways to dirt tracks, Race City USA lives up to its name

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A note from the publisher Welcome to the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce’s official quality of life magazine, Making Waves. The CURRENTS magazine staff is proud to have been chosen by the Chamber to produce its sixth annual edition of this beautifully designed, comprehensive look at all that the Mooresville-South Iredell MacAdam Smith area has to offer newcomers, as well as Publisher long-time residents. If you’re looking for a new place to call home or to start a business, I encourage you to visit the desirable MooresvilleSouth Iredell area and see for yourself the advantages this beautifully diverse area holds for you and your family. If you’re new to the area, please feel free to contact me so I can send you a six-month complimentary subscription to Lake Norman CURRENTS magazine, the area’s number one source for lifestyle news and events happening in and around Mooresville and the entire Lake Norman area. Every member of our staff from our writers and photographers to our designers and sales executives lives and works right here in the Lake Norman/Mooresville area and is committed to bringing you the best of the area each and every month through our magazine, our Web site and our Facebook page. We’re proud to be a vital part of this progressively strong community and encourage you to become actively involved in its growth and success as well. To the many local businesses who supported this publication, and to the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce, whose tireless efforts continue to encourage and support our local businesses, a heartfelt “thank you” for putting your trust in us. We hope you enjoy learning more about the Mooresville-South Iredell area and its business climate, in addition to how the Chamber continues to support small business through education, networking and promotional opportunities. Welcome to the Mooresville-South Iredell area. We’re so glad you’re here! MacAdam Smith, Publisher Mac@LNCurrents.com Renee Roberson, Editor Renee@LNCurrents.com Sharon Simpson, Advertising Director Sharon@LNCurrents.com Cindy Gleason, Advertising Sales Executive Cindy@LNCurrents.com Carole Lambert, Advertising Sales Executive Cplamber@gmail.com Beth Packard, Advertising Sales Executive Beth@LNCurrents.com Trish Robinson, Advertising Sales Executive pd_robinson@bellsouth.net Creative Direction and Production IDesign2,Inc. Lake Norman CURRENTS 10225 Hickorywood Hill Ave, Unit A, Huntersville, NC 28078 704.749.8788 | www.LNCurrents.com

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MOORESVILLE

Live Like a Native Photography by Gary Eller Photography.

All you need to know about the town

Exit 35 — Mooresville (Brawley School Road and Trump National Golf Club, Charlotte) Exit 36 — N.C. 150 and Downtown Mooresville Exit 42 — Troutman Exit 45 — Troutman (Barium Springs)

SUBHEAD: Celebrity central NASCAR stars shimmer all over the Mooresville area. Some are more visible than others, but don’t be surprised if you look over at a restaurant and see Dale Earnhardt Jr. or Kurt and Kyle Busch in the next booth, as Mooresville is home to more than 60 NASCAR teams and racing related businesses.

SUBHEAD: Action! NASCAR DRIVER MARTIN TRUEX JR. AND HIS LONGTIME GIRLFRIEND, SHERRY POLLEX, MAKE THEIR HOME IN MOORESVILLE.

What’s in a name?

Exit Strategy

• Mooresville is named after John Franklin Moore. • Mooresville was once referred to as The Port City. It’s now Race City USA. • Lake Norman is known as North Carolina’s Inland Sea.

The Lake Norman area is all about interstate exits, so you need to know which ones are which.

We are family Mooresville’s sister city is Hockenheim, Germany, a town in Germany famous as the home of the Hockenheimring, a well-known racetrack.

Heads or tails Sculptor and Mooresville native Selma Burke sculpted the portrait of President Franklin D. Roosevelt that was used as the model for the profile on the Roosevelt dime.

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Exit 23 — Huntersville (Discovery Place KIDS) Exit 25 — Huntersville Birkdale Village) Exit 28 — Cornelius Exit 30 — Davidson (Davidson College) Exit 31 — Mooresville (LangTree Lake Norman and Lowe’s Home Improvement Corporate Headquarters) Exit 33 — Mooresville (Lake Norman Regional Medical Center)

Cinemax’s Banshee shot its first three seasons in and around the Charlotte area, with much of the show being filmed in Mooresville. HBO’s Homeland has filmed some scenes around Lake Norman; Careful What You Wish For, a film starring Nick Jonas, was filmed in the area; country music singer Colt Ford’s video for his song titled Drivin’ Around Song in Mooresville in 2013; and several scenes from the 2015 movie Paper Towns were filmed here. In addition, Shots Fired, a 10-part drama television miniseries starring Richard Dreyfuss and Helen Hunt was shot partially in Mooresville. In August 2019, the network CMT premiered the reality-television show Racing Wives, which features Samantha and Ashley Busch (wives of Kurt and Kyle, respectively) and the behind-thescenes stories of other women related to the racing industry.

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VISITORS

Planning Made Easy Visit Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau for the scoop on what to do

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o learn about everything to see and do in Mooresville, you need to take a trip to the Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau. Located on the shores of Lake Norman, the Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau is the information hub for all things to see and do in Mooresville. The bureau promotes travel and tourism on behalf of Mooresville to attract visitors and boost the economy through visitor spending and opportunities for the community. It is funded via the hotel occupancy tax as governed by North Carolina legislation. The bureau offers a free visitors guide, brochures, maps, hotel

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information and local newspapers. Visitors can talk with Mooresville experts who have all the “inside” news on what to see and do in town. You can also request a free visitors guide online prior to your visit. “We are the liaison to the Mooresville hotels,” says Leah Mitcham, the bureau’s executive director. “If an organization needs lodging for a group event i.e. wedding, family reunion, business meeting, etc., we can assist them with getting information to the hotels in order to provide the best options for their events.” The bureau opened in 1999 and has

an average of 1,400 walk-in visitors per year and more than 40,000 visitors to its web site. Mitcham says most visitors are from North Carolina, Florida, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania. She also says many folks stop in from Canada. Regardless of where you’re from, the Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau can help you enjoy Mooresville and the surrounding area to the fullest.

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MOORESVILLE’S PATRIOTISM

Liberty Park Creating a More Connected Community While Honoring Veterans by Elizabeth Watson Chaney

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iberty Park in Mooresville is getting a facelift, and at the heart of the renovations is a plan to honor the veterans that reside in the community. Plans to renovate the park have been underway since 2015. For the next three years, however, little was done to implement the changes in this city-owned recreation area, located on E. Iredell Avenue between N. Church Street and Clover Street. Then, in November 2018, Christopher Wyckoff was hired as project manager and made completing the renovation his top priority. MBI Builders won the bid, and construction began four months later in March 2019. “The design is really an urban feel that is about connectivity with our downtown area, as well as honoring veterans,” says Wyckoff. Additions 2020

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include an amphitheater/bandshell structure that will replace the old little league baseball field. Mooresville has several other parks with newer sports facilities, so young ballplayers will continue to have space designated for play. Other plans include an event lawn, sodded and irrigated, with smart lights and an audio system; a Veterans’ promenade; and an entrance to the park via Church Street to supplement the entrance on Iredell Avenue. If you are standing at the Citizen’s Center on Main Street,” says Wyckoff, “you can now look directly down that entrance across what will be the Veterans’ promenade and through into the new amphitheatre.” A focal point of the park will be an original bronze statue created as a memorial to area veterans.

The piece, which was chosen by the community over the 2019 Veterans Day weekend, was selected from two finalists following a national call to artists to design it. Previously existing amenities such as the playground, walking trails, and a basketball court, all closed in past months due to their proximity to construction, will open back up when renovations are completed. There is a phase two planned. McAdams was awarded a master plan to determine the potential layout, and those decisions will be complete by July 2020. Regarding further details, including construction plans, Wyckoff says, “it’s too early in the game to put a timeline on that.” Phase one, however, is on schedule to reopen to the public in March 2020. Making Waves • Mooresville

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GETTING STARTED

Open for Business Let The Mooresville – South Iredell Chamber of Commerce help launch your entrepreneurial plans by Mike Savicki

THE MOORESVILLE - SOUTH IREDELL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFERS A VARIETY OF PROGRAMS TO HELP LAUNCH YOUR BUSINESS.

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hinking of starting a business in the Mooresville area? If so, the first place you need to go is The Mooresville – South Iredell Chamber of Commerce. As president of the Chamber, Kirk Ballard thrives on helping budding entrepreneurs bring their ideas to fruition. He consistently begins his conversations with individuals who express an interest in starting a small business in the area with a simple statement. “It all starts with a business plan in the beginning stages,” Ballard says before reminding the entrepreneur,

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“The success rate for businesses is so much higher if they have a plan to follow.” And once you have a plan in place, that’s where Ballard believes the Chamber can help transform the dream into reality. “Especially in a tough economy, people feel the pull of going out on their own, but if they don’t do it correctly from the beginning and just assume people are going to run to their door and buy their product or service, my experience says even the best ideas can turn into recipes for

disaster.” Ballard believes the Chamber has the skill, experience and expertise to give necessary guidance and counsel. “What we do through the Chamber of Commerce is link entrepreneurs with the resources they need to help them get their company plan started the way our experience tells us it should,” Ballard explains. The Chamber’s Small Business Center Network provides information, training, counseling referrals, and other technical and managerial assistance to small businesses

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or individuals who are interested in starting a small business. More than 80 “no fee” seminars and workshops cover a range of topics pertinent to every component of managing a small business. From financing, grant writing, bookkeeping and money management to motivating and training employees to marketing and selling goods and services, the sessions offered prove beneficial to companies across a wide variety of industries. For more than 100 years, the Mooresville — South Iredell Chamber has been committed to business development. With a strong passion and focus, it advances the civic, commercial and industrial growth of the Town of Mooresville and the South Iredell area. And the Chamber remains a proactive business and community organization focused on providing education and support. It continues to be an influential voice dedicated to economic success and quality of life, as it serves as a community champion and advocate for business. “With proper guidance, planning and camaraderie, we believe our new business friends will have a better chance of succeeding,” Ballard says. “We offer the right advocacy tools and resources that lead to self-determination and business success.”

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DONT MISS BUSINESS PROFILE

The Back Room on fashion’s forefront Downtown men’s apparel boutique preps for expansion by Holly Becker Photography by Jamie Cowles

OWNER EDDIE WHEELER RETIRED FROM GENERAL MOTORS IN 2009 BEFORE OPENING THE BACK ROOM.

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s ZZ Top told us, everyone is crazy for a sharp dressed man. Now, sharp dressed men in Lake Norman, and those whom buy clothes for them, are crazy about The Back Room Men’s Clothier. The only men’s clothing store in downtown Mooresville, The Back Room carries fashionable attire for any occasion. As its store motto states, the clothing store’s specialty is “All the things for all men.” From coats, suites and dress shirts and pants to sweaters, sportswear, belts and shoes, the popular men’s store stocks an array of inventory.

Growth drives expansion Business has been booming ever since The Back Room, located at 119 N. Main Street, opened its doors four years ago.

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“We continue to grow (in sales) every year,” says store owner Eddie Wheeler. Thriving sales led the way for a 3,000-square-foot store expansion in late 2019, filling in the space formerly occupied by The Enchanted Olive. Part of that expansion includes the addition of a big and tall department. “It’s something the community needs, and we want to fill it. We will carry up to a size 60 and can order above that,” says Wheeler. He also hopes to add other exclusive services in the future. In addition to clothing sales, tuxedo rentals comprise 1/3 of the store’s business. “We handle the lion’s share of tux rentals in the Lake Norman area. We rent about 600-700 prom tuxedos per year,” he says. Wedding parties and special occasion events also drive tux sales.

A carrier of Jim’s Formal Wear, The Back Room Men’s Clothier also includes a private tuxedo suite for consultations and measurements. The Back Room is a second career for Wheeler, who retired from General Motors in 2009. Wheeler is not a novice to the men’s fashion industry and is now enjoying a career path that was laid down in his youth. He has ties to two of downtown Mooresville’s original men’s clothing stores. At age 18, Wheeler went to work at John Mack & Sons. And then, after he retired, he worked at John Franklin Ltd. (originally Kelly Clothing Co.) until the store closed.

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EDUCATION

Innovative Learning Mooresville area academics are a subject of national study by Lynn Roberson

THE MOORESVILLE GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT IS KNOWN NATIONALLY FOR ITS DIGITAL CONVERSION.

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ne of the biggest attractions in Mooresville is its excellent academic opportunities. The area is known for its stellar educational options, as it boasts some of the highest ranked public schools in North Carolina, counting among them Lake Norman High School and its feeder schools, as well as Pine Lake Preparatory, a highly ranked North Carolina Charter School in Mooresville. Mooresville is also home to the Mooresville Graded School District, which is known nationally for its digital conversion.

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Dr. Mark Edwards, the former superintendent of the Mooresville Graded School District, was named the 2013 AASA National Superintendent of the Year. Upon his retirement in August of 2016, he was succeeded by Dr. Stephen Mauney. Mauney has spent his career at MGSD and was part of the district’s leadership team during the implementation of the district’s nationally recognized Digital Conversion. Mauney has played a vital role in MGSD’s academic

achievements throughout his 25-year tenure with the district. The district has been highlighted at the state and national level for being a leader in technological success. More than 800 people from approximately 35 states and 100 districts have visited the district to learn about its success firsthand. In April 2011 the PBS NewsHour featured the district in a segment, and in 2012 Juan Williams featured the district in a Fox News Special Report titled “Fixing Our Schools.” That same

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CURRENTLY 6,074 STUDENTS ATTEND SCHOOLS IN THE MOORESVILLE GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT.

year, MGSD made the front page of the education section of the New York Times, and in Spring 2013 made the cover of Scholastic Administrator Magazine with the headline “The Best District in America.” In June 2013, President Barack Obama visited the school district to learn more about what’s working so well here. Through its digital conversion, the district provides individual laptops to students and teachers from 2nd through 12th grades and iPads for all students in kindergarten and first grade. All grades use the SMART suite of technologies, including SMART boards. The system notes it pays for its technology and training by efficiently reallocating funds. However, it’s the district’s teachers that are the most critical element of its success. By focusing on individual students and using available tools to personalize learning for students, the district experiences tremendous success. MGSD is currently ranked 8th out of 115 public school districts in North Carolina in academic

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achievement. Currently 6,074 students attend MGSD schools, with more than 1,800 at Mooresville High School. Lake Norman High School was awarded the National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence Lighthouse award in May 2012. The school, which has more than 1,880 students and a 94 percent graduation rate, has a 64 percent AP participation rate. South Iredell High School, also part of Iredell - Statesville Schools, is an International Baccalaureate World School and is authorized to offer three different programs in the IB continuum. The school has more than 1,500 students, a graduation rate of 89 percent and the AP participation rate is 56 percent. Along with its Advanced Placement, Career Technical Education and Honors Courses, Lake Norman High School is part of Iredell –Statesville Schools and offers a Visual Arts and Design Academy, a focused learning community. Students can also pursue a business pathway, and the school is

IREDELL-STATESVILLE SCHOOLS OFFERS EXCELLENT ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES.

developing a digital media pathway, including graphic design. The school districts in the Mooresville area also offer a wide range of highly regarded athletic and extracurricular activities. For more information, visit www.mgsd.k12.nc.us and http://iss.schoolwires.com/ Domain/2732 and www.pinelakeprep.org.

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ACCOLADES

Mooresville by the Numbers (and Recognitions) The town has been recognized in many different ways over the years

Accolades • In August 2019, the Department of Defense and the Employer Support of the Guard honored the Town of Mooresville for its efforts in being a “Patriotic Employer.” • Named 2017 CCOG Region of Excellence Award for Growing the Economy by Centralina Council of Government. • Named #3 Best Public Golf Course Renovation for 2017 by Golf Inc. Magazine. • Named 2016 Gold-Fit Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association. • Named 2016 “Small Town Big Idea” Finalist by the National League of Cities. • Tree City USA, seven consecutive years from the Arbor Day Foundation. • 2015 Hometown Showdown Winner from NC League of Municipalities. • CreditDonkey ranked Mooresville #1 in its list of the Best Cities to Live in North Carolina. • Brady Johnson, superintendent of Iredell-Statesville Schools, received the

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2014 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year award. • Dr. Mark Edwards, superintendent of Mooresville Graded School District, was named AASA (The School Superintendents Association) 2013 National Superintendent of the Year. • President Barack Obama visited Mooresville Middle School in on June 6, 2013 to learn more about the Mooresville Graded School District’s teaching method. • The “Downtownie Passport Project” was recognized in the 2012 NC Main Street Awards competition and received an Award of Merit for Best Innovation • Mooresville was named the #1 Micropolitan in the Nation for 2012 by Site Selection magazine. • Mooresville-South Iredell Economic Development Corporation was named a Top Ten Economic Development Organization by Site Selection magazine. • Mooresville was named one of the Best Places in North Carolina for Job Seekers by NerdWallet. • Mooresville was named one of the

Best North Carolina Towns for Young Families by NerdWallet. • Mooresville Graded School District won the ISTE’s (International Society for Technology in Education) Ninth Annual Sylvia Charp District Award for District Innovation in Technology in 2012.

The Scoop Year Incorporated: 1873

Population: 38,431 Median household income: $67,213 Median value of owner-occupied housing units: $207,500 Sources: www.census.gov www.cimooresville.nc.us

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SPORTS DONT MISS

The Numbers Game Mooresville resident’s background adds up to a job with the Yankees

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or Mooresville resident Matt Reiland, numbers and baseball have always been a part of his family. He just never realized how far his love of the two things would take him. Matt, the second-oldest child of six, was an all-state shortstop at Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons High School before matriculating to Massachusetts’ Holy Cross University. After two years he retired from baseball to focus on school and transferred to N.C. State, where he studied Mathematics and Physics. Inspired by the attacks on 9/11, he joined the Navy’s Nuclear Equipment Program after graduating in 2002. He spent a year and a half in training, another three in a submarine and served a stint teaching classes at The Citadel. He then joined the private sector, joining oil and gas giant ConocoPhillips before landing in Mooresville with a finance job at Lowe’s. Lots and lots of math. It was perfect, at least almost. Matt says something was missing, and you can guess what it was. “I kind of realized office life wasn’t for me,” he says. “I had that itch.”

A new formula Matt took his first step toward the New York Yankees in the fall of 2017 with an unsolicited email to Jeff Burchett, the head coach of Mooresville High’s baseball team. “It was sort of out of the blue,” recalls Burchett. Matt was looking to volunteer as a coach and told Burchett about his background, which also included strength and conditioning. Burchett gave him a

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shot designing the team’s offseason training routine. The following month, Matt left his job at Lowe’s. He saw the trend toward analytics in the sport. He also knew many coaching staffs couldn’t translate the higher-level statistics being collected. He started a company called Power Alley Analytics and quickly earned a following MATT REILAND NOW DIVIDES HIS TIME BETWEEN MOORESVILLE AND TRAVby breaking down the ELING WITH THE YANKEES’ AAA AFFILIATE, THE SCRANTON/WILKES-BARRE RAILRIDERS. complicated data so coaches could use it for affiliate, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre player development. RailRiders. He would need to report During that time Matt also was an to spring training in Florida. assistant coach under Burchett and helmed the Race City Bootleggers, a summer team for college players Everything adds up based in Mooresville. Burchett says Megan and Matt Reiland’s first Matt introduced him to analytics, a date was at a Charleston RiverDogs different side of the game he’d been baseball game. They met when Matt coaching for 22 seasons. was in the Navy and Megan was “It enhanced what we do on a daily studying physical therapy at the basis as far as evaluating our guys,” Medical University of South Carolina. says Burchett. So, it hardly came as a surprise when, The following offseason, late in after seven years of marriage, Matt 2018, Matt attended several coaching got the itch to get back into the game. conferences, including Major League “I had faith in him,” says Megan. “I Baseball’s Winter Meetings. In a knew he’d do well. He’s a smart guy.” grassroots effort, he scheduled a After Matt was hired, Megan spent the presentation in a hotel meeting spring and summer traveling with the room during the MLB event and sent couples’ two young boys; Luke and invitations and samples of his work to Andrew, to whichever ballpark the several teams. It worked — standing RailRiders were playing in at the time. somewhere in the back of the room “If there was ever an intersection of were a few representatives from the my passion for baseball, my interest Yankees. and ability in math and physics, this After a few conversations and is it,” says Matt. There’s not another phone calls, Matt was offered a job like this that’s going to have that position as an advanced scouting intersection. I need to see what I can analyst with the Yankees’ AAA do with it.” A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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An Overview of Youth Sports Organizations in Mooresville by Mike Savicki

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hether your sport is soccer, softball or swimming, not to mention football, baseball, basketball, tennis or track, you can find programs, playing fields and fantastic competition aplenty in the Mooresville area. Lake Norman United Lacrosse Club, an organization dedicated to promoting lacrosse in the Lake Norman area and throughout the Carolinas, has grown in popularity over the years. The sport has taken root here so much so that kids who first started playing the sport at a young age are now playing at more advanced levels in the region. The influx of new players,instructors and volunteers is a sign of the sport’s popularity. The sport of fastpitch softball is also enjoying a tremendous rise in popularity among girls and young ladies between the ages of 8 and 18 with the Mooresville-based Comets

Youth Sports. This organization, with a new indoor training facility on South Broad Street, offers girls the opportunity to play at the highest levels and improve their chances of playing in college. Soccer continues to be a popular sport in the area, and in 2019, the Lake Norman Soccer Club merged with the Carolina Rapids and Discoveries Soccer Club to form the Charlotte Independence Soccer Club. CISC’s mission is to develop, promote and administer the game of soccer using key values of character, commitment, community, competition, and communication as the guiding principles to provide exceptional experience, while also developing and promoting life lessons and values. And what about those who long to compete into college and beyond? The Mooresville Spinners are one of eight

teams in the rapidly expanding Southern Collegiate Baseball League (SCBL). Bringing together baseball players from schools across the Southeast for summer competition, the Spinners compete alongside the Lenoir Oilers, Concord Athletics, LKN Copperheads, Carolina Vipers, Charlotte Galaxy, Charlotte Prospects and Piedmont Pride.

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DONT MISS GOLF

Tee Time Public and private cours amenities go beyond the game Photography by Lisa Crates.

by Mike Savicki

THE NEWLY RENOVATED MOORESVILLE GOLF CLUB HAS GOLFERS ACROSS THE REGION TALKING.

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hen it comes to selecting a golf course or courses in the Mooresville area, you really can’t go wrong. Whether you want to play golf in town or play lakeside, you can bet you’ll be hitting the greens under beautiful Carolina blue skies. First a little history, 1948 was a historic year for golf across America as well as in the local community. On the national scene, Ben Hogan won the 48th U.S. Open, his first of four, and pocketed its $2,000 purse, while Claude Harmon claimed the 12th Masters by finishing five strokes ahead of Cary Middlecoff, a future

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champion himself. And, locally, long before Duke Energy unveiled plans for what was to become known as Lake Norman, a small nine-hole course opened just “down the hill” from Burlington Industries’ massive 230,000-square-foot mill, which anchored industry in Downtown Mooresville. The course, initially designed by the legendary Donald Ross, was built as a recreational amenity for the friends and family of the textile giant. As the decades passed, interest and participation in the game continued and the course became crowded. Fast forward to 1977 when,

to keep pace, former Mooresville Mayor Joe Knox secured federal grant funding which served as the catalyst for constructing nine additional holes and adding a new pro shop to the now public Mooresville Municipal Golf Course. Charlotte golf architect Porter Gibson oversaw the expansion, which opened to the public in 1978. The course then became a public fixture, playable to any golfer who might walk up looking for a tee time. “When I first came to Mooresville I could tell you who was playing almost right down to the tee time. And we were always welcoming new golfers to the course, too,” says Head PGA

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MOORESVILLE GOLF CLUB OFFERS NEW GREENS AND SUNNY SKIES.

Professional Jeremy Elliott, who joined Mooresville Golf Club in 1997. Around the region, other public, semipublic and private courses opened for play, too. From Mooresville west into Denver and north into points across Iredell County, new courses opened giving golfers choices they had never before enjoyed. Staying true to its original mission, however, Mooresville leaders continued to support their public facility. Soon though, the course began to show its age. The “old guard” remained, and regulars still filled their scheduled tee times, but town leaders began discussions centered on the future of the course. “After several years of our elected officials discussing whether or not to invest public money in a golf course, they decided ‘if we are going to do this then we are going to put the money in and make it a proper amenity for the public’,” Kim Sellers, Mooresville Public Information Officer explains.

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“So they took it public, including golf course renovations as part of a $10 million recreation bond put up for vote and when voters said ‘yes’ the plan to renovate was put into motion.” On November 21, just days before Thanksgiving 2014, Elliott and his staff pulled the pins for the final time and closed the course for play. a gathering of disbelieving and disheartened public golfers watched in wonder as an army of bulldozers, dump trucks, front loaders and other heavy machinery made their way up the entryway of Mooresville Golf Course, fanned out in different directions and began demolishing seemingly each and every fairway, green, trap and tee box. Lush fairways and brilliant greens soon transformed into piles of red Carolina clay, dust and debris. Gone, too, were the cart paths, the driving range, and the warm and cozy clubhouse which had been incinerated as part of the demolition. Originally planned as a two-phase

renovation to be completed in 2019, the changes to Mooresville Municipal Golf Course, now renamed Mooresville Golf Club, were compressed, and the planned summer 2016 opening delayed, to deliver what planners now believe will be one of the top courses in the state in its category. “The town said, ‘If we are going to put so much into the golf course, let’s not stop short doing what is needed to take the former golf course to the new club level’ and everyone got behind them,” Sellers says. “For example, you don’t have to have a clubhouse to have great golf, but it will add another facet to the club environment that our officials and the golfers have wanted all along, so we modified our plans to include infrastructure upgrades, some to go along with the new clubhouse, and made them happen before opening.” Shortly after Labor Day 2016, the course opened once again. Now, with the renovations and upgrades in place, the course enjoys stellar reviews. Golf staff, backed by town officials, remain committed to the original mission of the course. “One thing that should not be lost in all this is that this is still a municipally owned, public course like we have always been,” says Elliott. “You can walk up, and if there is a tee time available, you can play golf.” And for those who might like even more of a challenge, two additional courses dot the area landscape. Mallard Head Country Club, a semiprivate par 72 course at 6,904 yards, and private, member and guest only, Trump National Charlotte, are just minutes from Mooresville Golf Club. Mallard Head Country Club offers some of the finest greens in North Carolina, while Trump National Charlotte has full tournament schedule for men, women, couples and junior golfers. It also offers couples’ events, junior summer camps, ladies clinics and an annual member-guest tournament. The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences ranked it Best Golf Course in the State.

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HIGHER DONT LEARNING MISS

Thinking Outside the Box Choose your own path to higher education Photography courtesy of Mitchell Community College.

by Renee Roberson

MITCHELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE OPENED ITS MOORESVILLE CAMPUS IN 1983.

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t’s no secret that higher education is the ticket to success, but it’s also important to know that college is not a “one-size fits all” secenario. The Mooresville area offers plenty of opportunities to help further your education—from online courses to distance-learning to a more traditional four-year university. Just minutes from Downtown Mooresville you can choose from an established private liberal arts university, schools with classes tailored to the needs of non-

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traditional and working students, community colleges with specialized degree and training programs, and a unique technical school designed specifically to help jumpstart a career in the automotive industry. It’s all right here.

Universal Technical Institute www.uti.edu/Campus-Locations/ NTI-Charlotte-Mooresville One of 12 campuses located across the United States, the Universal Tech-

nical Institute — Mooresville Campus, also known as NASCAR Tech, is conveniently off I-77. The institute offers a wide range of automotive technology courses tailored for the NASCAR industry, in addition to various manufacturer training programs, such as Nissan and Ford. The rigorous curriculum covers an extensive list of fundamentals, including basic engine systems, electronics, power trains, brakes, climate control, transmissions and passenger restraint systems. In the Automotive Technology Training Program, students spend 48 weeks

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learning to troubleshoot, service and repair both domestic and foreign cars.

Central Piedmont Community College — Merancas Campus https://www.cpcc.edu/locations/ merancas-campus With six campuses in the area, Central Piedmont Community College, established in 1963, offers a broad range of disciplines from which students can choose to study. The Merancas Campus, located in Huntersville, focuses on the college’s Public Safety and Transportation Technologies System programs. Examples of curriculum programs include: criminal justice, fire technology and more. For those interested in pursuing careers in the automotive industry, CPCC — Merancas has courses and degree programs in collision repair technology, diesel and heavy equipment technology, and transportation system technologies. Juniors and seniors in high school can also earn college credit through the Middle College High School, a partnership that exists between CPCC and Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools. The college also offers Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) for individuals wishing to enter law enforcement in North Carolina. In addition, the full-service campus provides associate of arts degree classes, college preparatory, GED/ESL and college transfer classes. Students can also take part in a diverse variety of continuing education classes, such as Forklift Certification, NC Vehicle Inspection and NC Vehicle Emissions Inspection (OBD II).

Strayer University www.strayer.edu Strayer University opened its doors in Huntersville in 2008 and is an educational resource in the area that caters to working adults looking to further their education. The campus, located at Exit 23, offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting, business, criminal justice, economics, health services administration, information systems and public administration. The school, which started in 1892, has almost 70+ campuses

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nationwide and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, which is one of the six regional accrediting bodies in the United States. One of the most unique aspects of Strayer is that it emphasizes flexibility and convenience. Most classes are scheduled from 6 to 10 p.m. during the week and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Strayer also offers most of its classes online.

Mitchell Community College — Mooresville Center www.mitchellcc.edu Founded in 1852, Mitchell Community College, located in Statesville, is an open-admissions community college dedicated to meeting the post-secondary education and training needs of nearby residents. In 1983, the college opened the Mooresville Center, located in Downtown Mooresville. In recent years, the Mooresville Center expanded with 30,000 square feet of office and classroom space, including 12 classrooms, two science classroom/ laboratories, one multi-purpose room, a student lounge and 12 faculty offices. Mitchell offers college transfer courses, accounting, business administration, early childhood, information systems, medical assisting, phlebotomy and high school programs. Its GED program has experienced explosive growth over the years. English as a second language classes are taught at three levels and are also quite popular. In addition, the school offers basic skills in the workplace classes, which cover reading, computation, problem solving, communication skills, teamworking skills and more. In keeping up with the times, the school also offers an Information Technology curriculum at its Mooresville campus with degrees in Networking, Service and Support, and Software Development. It also offers the Career and College (CCP) program, where qualified students can earn up to 34 semester hours of college credit while still in high school, tuition free.

Davidson College www.davidson.edu Davidson College, established in 1837 by Presbyterians, is consistently ranked as one of the top 10 liberal arts colleges in the country, as it offers 29 majors, 40 minors as well as interdisplinary studies. Located on a 665-acre main campus, with a 110-acre lake campus, the college has 1,843 students and is the alma mater to more than 23 Rhodes Scholars. Students attending Davidson College benefit from a low student to professor ratio (10:1), with classes averaging 15 students to allow for a more collaborative, unique academic experience. In 2007 Davidson College developed the Davidson Trust, becoming the first liberal arts college in the country to replace loans with grants in all of its financial aid packages. Moreover, the campus is an integral part of the cozy and picturesque college town of Davidson, and more than 90 percent of the students live on campus. Athletes at the school compete at the NCAA Division I level in 21 different sports. If the name Steph Curry rings a bell, remember that he played his college years here.

The Scoop More Local Higher Learning Opportunities For more information about higher learning opportunities in nearby Charlotte, visit the following Web sites: Johnson & Wales University — www.jwu.edu Johnson C. Smith University — www.jcsu.edu Queens University of Charlotte — www.queens.edu UNC Charlotte — www.uncc.edu

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RACING DONT MISS

Kicking it into High Gear From high-banked speedways to dirt tracks, Race City USA lives up to its name Photography by Brant Waldeck.

by Mike Savicki

LOOK ANYWHERE IN THE AREA, AND YOU’LL FIND SOME FORM OF RACING BUSINESS.

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ooresville is known as Race City USA for a reason, as the area is home to such racing powerhouses as JR Motorsports, Kasey Kahne Racing, Kyle Busch Motorsports, MTJ Motorsports and Team Penske. JR Motorsports, the 66,000-squarefoot facility co-owned by Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and his sister, Kelley Earnhardt Miller, is the home of JR Nation, complete with a retail store and a “Dale Jr. Fan Experience” room that chronicles the life and racing career of the driver. Earnhardt makes his home in the area. Kyle Busch Motorsports is a 77,000-square-foot corporate headquarters equipped to handle race preparations for Busch’s fleet of Toyota Tundra trucks. In addition to its 2,000-square-foot retail store, the facility is packed with enough green technology initiatives to put it on the road to LEED certification.

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Penske Racing’s nearby state-ofthe-art facility houses the operations of its NASCAR teams, as well as its Indy Car and ALMS Teams. Fans can oversee the shop action on a 330-foot fan walk that allows viewers to get up close and personal with the crews as they prepare cars for upcoming races almost every week of the year. There’s also a 5,000-square-foot gift shop. Racing enthusiasts can enjoy a turn-key karting experience centered around an advanced, 7/10-mile worldclass racetrack packed with 11 turns based on the famous and historic Kartdromo Parma circuit in Italy at GO Pro Motorplex. And history buffs will feel at home in Mooresville as well. The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame features more than 35 race cars dedicated to all types of auto racing as well as the Goodyear Mini-Theater, plus numerous showcases and

displays. Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Automotive Museum features the largest private collection of etired NASCAR and vintage race cars on display, in addition to many one-ofa-kind race items, as well as the largest known collection of racing go-karts in the world. And if you are lucky enough to get an invitation to visit his shop, Ray Evernham’s private collection of personal and race-proven automobiles is second to none. Main Street in Downtown Mooresville is home to the North Carolina Auto Racing Walk of Fame. With a growing number of sidewalk markers honoring legends including Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, Cale Yarborough, Bobby Allison, Darrell Waltrip, Junior Johnson and more, visitors can experience the motorsports version of Hollywood’s famous Walk of Fame. It is located in front of the Charles Mack Citizen Center.

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EVENT SPACES

A Variety of Venues Mooresville’s event facilities will cater to you by Lori K. Tate

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eed a place for an employee dinner? Trying to find an elegant venue for your wedding? Or are you a non-profit searching for the perfect place for a fundraising gala? If so, you’re sure to find the space you need in Mooresville. Located in Downtown Mooresville, the 62,000-square-foot Charles Mack Citizen Center is capable of hosting a variety of events. There are six banquet rooms in the facility that can accommodate anywhere from 30 to 450 people. In addition to indoor

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LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN MOORESVILLE, THE CHARLES MACK CITIZEN CENTER OFFERS SIX BANQUET ROOMS THAT CAN ACCOMMODATE GROUPS FROM 30 TO 450.

banquet space, there are two outdoor gardens, complete with water features that are perfect for cocktail hour or weddings. If you choose to have your event catered, you must choose from the center’s approved caterer list. If your event involves a formal presentation the auditorium at the Charles Mack Center holds more than 230 people. The space is often used for 2020

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concerts and theatrical productions. A more rustic event space in the Mooresville area is The Historic Langtree Plantation. Perfect for weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, showers, as well as private dinners and banquets, The Historic Langtree Plantation is located on a farm that was established in 1850 just 18 miles north of Uptown Charlotte. Dr. Henry Yeoman Mott originally constructed the property’s farmhouse. The tree-covered grounds of the plantation also feature the Carolina Boulder Meeting Center, which was built from large Carolina boulders, as well as the Plantation Barn, which is 8,250 square feet and serves as a venue for up to 250 guests. Both facilities perfectly capture the rustic elegance of the property. The Plantation Pavilion can accommodate up to 600 guests indoors and

outdoors. Heritage House, located on East Plaza Drive (Highway 150), offers a banquet room that seats 300 guests theatre style and 200 guests banquet style. The spacious facility includes amenities such as multiple HD viewing screens, a catering kitchen and walkout patio. The welcoming community of Mooresville is happy to help you create an event that’s perfect for your family, company and occasion. Let the planning begin!

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For more information regarding the Charles Mack Citizen Center, visit www.cmccmooresville.com; The Historic Langtree Plantation, visit www.langtreeplantation. com; and Heritage House, visit heritagehousevenue.com.

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ECONOMIC DONT DEVELOPMENT MISS

An Industrious Workforce Business is booming in Mooresville Photography courtesy of Iredell County Economic Development Corporation.

by Mike Savicki

DEBOTECH, AN INDUSTRY-LEADING CARBON FIBER AND ADVANCED COMPOSITES COMPANY, MAKES ITS HOME IN MOORESVILLE.

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ooresville sits at the south end of the county line just a few miles north of Uptown Charlotte. While it may appear small, its proximity to Charlotte, the major metro market, makes it a very desirable place for business. And with the recent opening of the I-77 toll lanes, commuting to and from Mooresville is that much easier. Mooresville is home to numerous headquarters — Lowe’s Corporate, BestCo, Team Penske and Corvid Technologies just to name a few. “The business-friendly climate at the

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local, county and state level combined with access to premier engineering talent coming out of the nearby university systems were all major factors in our decision to locate the company headquarters in the area,” Dr. David Robinson, CEO at Corvid, said about the decision to open the company’s main headquarters here. Corvid Technologies LLC constructed a 100,000 square-foot building on a 10-acre tract of land on Lake Norman. The company provides physicsbased engineering solutions for the

defense, automotive, aircraft and biomedical industries and has been operating in Iredell County since 2004. This tract of land is nicknamed Silicon Shore. It is one of the four quadrants located on Langtree Road planned for mixed-use development. On Langtree Road, west of Corvid Technologies, is Lowe’s Companies a Fortune 500 company. This 275acre environmentally sustainable headquarters has an estimated 4,000 employees. Lowe’s Home Improvement operates 2,390 home A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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THE GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY OF CORVID TECHNOLOGIES LLC, A COMPANY THAT WILL BRING MORE THAN 360 HIGH-TECH JOBS TO THE AREA , IS INDICATIVE OF MOORESVILLE’S HOT BUSINESS CLIMATE.

improvement and hardware stores and employs more than 300,000 workers in North America. South of Langtree Road, located in on lakefront property in Iredell County in Davidson, is Ingersoll Rand’s (IR), American headquarters. IR provides products and services that enhance the quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings, transports and protects food and perishables, secures homes and commercial properties, and enhances industrial productivity and efficiency. The area’s activity in corporate and back office businesses is strong, but Mooresville is also known nationally and internationally as Race City USA. Mooresville is home to more than 60 automotive and motorsports businesses. Because technology has helped changed the industry, many of the motorsports businesses have expanded their business competency to include aerospace and defense, while still serving the market. The area is still seeing tremendous growth through business relocation, expansion and residents moving to be closer to the sectors. Mooresville is home to many teams and suppliers – Team Penske being the largest. Its racing operations are headquartered here, for both NASCAR and IndyCar Racing. 2020

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DeBotech, the industry-leading carbon fiber and advanced composites company founded in 1998 by Hans DeBot, a Mechanical and Aerospace Hall of Fame Inductee from North Carolina State University, makes its home in Mooresville and is a great example. With more than 20 years of experience designing, engineering and manufacturing everything from America’s Cup sailing spars, chassis and bodywork for various racing syndicates, as well as production parts for Automotive OEMs, the company strives to be the number one carbon fiber and advanced composite parts manufacturer in the world. If you don’t think technology plays a role in winning, then think again, as the USA two-man bobsled team finished ahead of fourth by a mere 0.03 seconds at the Sochi Games in 2014. Bestco, formerly Beacon Sweets, has expanded and is now the largest manufacturer of chewable pharmaceuticals in the country. Founded in 1976 as Beacon Sweets, a candy manufacturer in Newark, New Jersey, Bestco now develops innovative, highly palatable dosage forms for OTC drug products and dietary supplements from its expansive 40-acre Mooresville

campus, complete with state-of-theart manufacturing, warehouse and distribution. NGK Ceramics, based in Mooresville, is a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading ceramic technologies, NGK INSULATORS, Ltd., headquartered in Japan. NGK’s mission is to supply the global world with ceramic products that exceed expectations, help the environment and enhance the quality of life. One of its esteemed products is its HONEYCERAM®, which is crucial for purifying exhaust gas through automobile catalytic converters. NGK Ceramics USA was established in 1988, and now supplies countries around the world with HONEYCERAM®. Economic development continues to grow in Mooresville both with existing and new companies. One of the newest business parks across the region, Mooresville Business Park East, a 476-acre, shovel-ready industrial property, has welcomed three tenants since the purchase of the land in 2013 — MacLean Fogg, Tristone Flowtech USA and NGK Ceramics. With the industrial property off HWY 801 and the mixeduse development in the LangTree corridor, Mooresville is a great place for business, outstanding quality of life and location opportunities.

The Scoop Workforce Snapshot Total Employment All Industries:

73,839 Civilian Labor Force:

89,318 Largest Industry (Manufacturing):

11,557 Average Weekly Wage:

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REAL DONTESTATE MISS

Life on the Lake Residents enjoy diversity and a variety of price points in Mooresville by Holly Becker

Diverse people, options The buzzword in the Mooresville real estate market right now is diversity. There’s something for everyone from millennials and working professions to families and empty nesters. There’s also more diversity in price points, which Livingston said didn’t exist a couple of decades ago. “There are so many more opportunities to get a new home in the $200,000 to $400,000 range,” she explains. Lake Norman is a huge selling point to many who call Mooresville home. For those desiring an active lifestyle, the lake offers a variety of recreational activities. While many flock to neighborhoods bordering

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he many different living options in Mooresville continue to make it an attractive place to live. The once rural town with roots in farming and the textile industry has transformed into a bustling suburb of Charlotte. While economic development in the Queen City has spurred a population boom in area, Mooresville has seen tremendous economic development in its own back yard. “When I talk to out-of-state clients, the draw to Mooresville is its taxes and great public schools,” says Ivester Jackson Realtor Annie Livingston. Translation — Iredell County residents have lower taxes than Mecklenburg County neighbors, as well as nationally recognized public schools.

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the lake, such as The Point and the new Sisters Cove development, others seek neighborhoods that allow them to enjoy the lake without the hefty housing price tag. Livingston says more new construction neighborhoods are popping up that offer lake amenities to its residents without buying a lakefront home. “You don’t have to live on the lake to have lake access. You can have a $300,000-$400,000 home and have access to the lake,” she says.

Live, play, work For those whom prefer a more urban feel, the LangTree Lake Norman Apartments have much to offer. This mixed-use development of shops, restaurants and luxury apartments appeals to working professionals and empty nesters. The convenience of retail and entertainment just steps away from home and work is

desirable. Apartment living is also burgeoning along the Hwy 115 corridor near the Mooresville-Davidson border. Legacy Village and Continuum 115 are conveniently near Lake Norman Medical Center and a plethora of medical facilities on Fairview Road. The apartments also are just a short drive from the recently revitalized historic Downtown Mooresville and a renovated old textile mill, which houses The Main Street Antique Mall & Design Center and two restaurants. Livingston says The Courtyards at Brawley Point has been a popular choice for empty nesters. A key feature to the neighborhood is lowmaintenance living. The homeowners association fees cover many home upkeep chores from lawn service to home maintenance and repairs. “Many are downsizing into smaller homes but still want a new home that gives a community feeling,” she says.

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REAL ESTATE

The Lake of Luxury Upscale waterfront resort to make splash in Mooresville by Holly Becker

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020 will see the beginning of an exciting new development project for Mooresville. Sunset Cove, billed as Lake Norman’s first and only luxury hotel along Mooresville’s shoreline, will boast 82 rooms, a 3,000 squarefoot-spa, a pool, a beach, a 4,000-square-foot conference center and an upscale restaurant.

Developer Brett Krueger of Sunset Cove Partners LLC, oversees the Sunset Cove project. He believes it’s time for Lake Norman to tap into luxury hotel market. “There’s really not a high end hotel in Lake Norman and a lot of groups send a lot of rooms to Charlotte,” he says. Sunset Cove will not just cater to out-of-towners visiting for business and leisure. Krueger says the resort will also appeal to locals wanting a relaxing staycation or beach and pool access without a long drive or flight. “We have over 3 million people in the Charlotte area, and you really don’t have access to the lake unless you own a boat or house,” says Krueger.

lake’s scenic sunsets. The indoor/outdoor spa features more than massage treatment packages. Other wellness amenities include salt caves, a mineral pool and a juice bar. Five hotel rooms will be located within the spa, giving guests longer access to spa amenities. “This is a spa where we really try to keep people all day,” said Krueger. “You can be at the resort and feel like you’re a thousand miles away. We want people to get there and not want to leave.” Other plans for the hotel include a yet-to-be named restaurant, slated to be an Italian steakhouse, which will feature indoor and outdoor seating. While the restaurant will be high end, Krueger promises a relaxing dining atmosphere. Daytime lounge seating by the pool will be converted to tables and chairs in the evenings. Krueger describes the resort as “Bali meets the Mediterranean.” The Bali style design includes wood and muted colors, but the resort will have a more traditional dining atmosphere. Day guests will be able to book spa appointments, dine in the restaurant, and, with a fee, enjoy the beach club with 1,500 feet of lake frontage. “It’s really important to me that every amenity is a standalone attraction that draws people there,” says Krueger. Sunset Cove anticipates opening its doors to guests in summer 2021.

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DONT MISS DON’T MISS

Exceptional Events Mark your calendars for these annual happenings

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he Mooresville area bustles with activity throughout the year. Here are some of the highlights you won’t want to miss.

Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Every March, Downtown Mooresville hosts the Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, a celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day including Irish dancers, green cars, family fun and more. The parade is held on Main Street from Iredell to Center Avenue, and kicks off at 3 p.m. www.downtownmooresville.com.

Southern Flair Bridal Affair Brides-to-be can discover everything they need to know about planning a wedding in the Lake Norman area at the Southern Flair Bridal Affair. This event features all sorts of wedding vendors and takes place every October and March at the Charles Mack Citizen Center in Downtown Mooresville. www.cmccmooresville.com.

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Gourmet fare from a bunch of trucks is what the Festival of Food Trucks is all about. One block of Main Street will be closed for the event, so bring a chair, hang out in the street check out the awesome food trucks from around the area. In addition, downtown

food options. There’s also a Miss Race City USA Scholarship Pageant. The festival takes place in Downtown Mooresville during May. www.mooresvillenc.org.

Downtown Mooresville Uncorked & Artsy Downtown Mooresville hosts this unique event that combines Wine Tastings with an Art Walk. The Wine Tasting is a ticketed event, which includes a souvenir wine glass and tastings at many locations. The art portion of the event is free and typically includes 25+ artists from the region. Tickets can be purchased in participating downtown businesses or online. This event is held in April and October of each year. www.downtownmooresville.com.

2020 Business Expo Every October The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Business Expo. With close to 100 booths filled with area businesses and organizations, this expo is a networker’s dream. The purpose of the show is for local businesses to have an opportunity to demonstrate their products and services and meet one on one with potential customers. www. mooresvillenc.org.

businesses are open, and there is craft beer, wine, music and more. These are held once a month April through October on North Main Street from 5-8:30 p.m. www.downtownmooresville.com.

Downtown Mooresville Wiener Race The much beloved annual Wiener Race celebrates all things Dachshund! Taking place each fall, the event also raises money for local pet rescue groups.

Race City Festival This annual festival is a celebration of Mooresville’s arts and culture scene in

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Music & Movies on Main The Charles Mack Citizen Center frequently offers movies throughout the year. Titles range from classics such as The Wizard of Oz, The Goonies and It’s a Wonderful Life to current films like Frozen, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and War Room. And one of the best parts is that the movies are free. www.cmccmooresville.com.

Holiday Light Spectacular From late November through December you can walk in Downtown Mooresville’s winter wonderland. With more than 150,000 colored lights set to holiday music on the Town Hall lawn (413 N. Main Street), you can’t help but get in the spirit with Downtown Mooresville’s Holiday Light Spectacular. www.downtownmooresville.com.

Mistletoe Sip & Shop in Downtown Mooresville Businesses host open houses, as they offer one-of-a-kind gifts, cocoa and cocktails, a strolling barbershop quartet, and a life-size snow globe. Hosted on a Friday in late November from 6-8 p.m. on Broad and Main Street. www.downtownmooresville.com

Celebrate the Holidays in Downtown Mooresville Races are held for puppy, junior, adult and senior divisions. There is also a “Cutest” and “Best Dressed” category. www.downtownmooresville.com.

addition to the town’s NASCAR roots. Look for local arts and crafts, a children’s play area with games and rides, vendor booths, and a vast variety of

Tuesday before Thanksgiving to witness a holiday tradition that’s been going on since 1944. Filled with marching bands, colorful floats, beauty queens, and of course, old St. Nick himself, the Annual Mooresville Christmas Parade features 3,500 to 4,000 participants. www.mooresvillechristmasparade.com.

The Annual Mooresville Christmas Parade Grab a cup of cocoa and prepare to bring in the holiday season with this traditional holiday parade. Thousands gather in Downtown Mooresville the

Music, Santa visits, Christmas Tree Lane, Wagon Rides, Life Size Snow Globe, a 150,000 Holiday Light Spectacular and more take place two Friday evenings in December from 6-8 p.m. on Broad and Main Streets. www.downtownmooresville.com. Making Waves • Mooresville

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DONT MISS SENIOR FUN

Age is Just a Number Senior citizens find support in Mooresville by Lori K. Tate

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etirement. The beauty of the word is that you finally have time to explore everything you’ve always wanted to do instead of slowing down. Retirees are focused on checking things off of their bucket lists and having fun doing it. If you’re a senior citizen in the Mooresville area, you have a distinct advantage because of the South Iredell Senior Center. More than 26 years ago the Iredell Council on Aging passed a resolution and voted to work towards securing a building to house a multi-purpose senior center in Mooresville. Today the South Iredell Senior Center is housed on the lower level of the Charles Mack Citizen Center in Downtown Mooresville. The purpose of the senior

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center is based on the following three premises: Aging is a normal developmental process; human beings need peers with whom they can interact and who are available as a source of encouragement and support; and older adults have the right to a voice in determining matters in which they have a valid interest. The mission of the senior center is “to help seniors to continue to grow, promoting physical, emotional and economical wellbeing for successful aging.” All that said, there’s a lot of fun and fellowship to be had at the South Iredell Senior Center. Tina Czarnecki, senior center manager, says that the center currently serves more than 1,000 seniors and that exercise

classes are one of its most popular offerings. “Seniors today want to invest in their good health and fitness. Other popular classes include a variety of card games, arts and crafts, various sewing/knitting groups, yoga, tai chi, line dancing, water exercises, etc.,” she explains. The center also has a variety of regular workshops where community business or organizations present topics of interest. In addition to a plethora of yearround social events, Czarnecki says the center is “a one stop for all seniors.” “ If seniors need a service or help of any kind, the senior center can assist. Most of the time the center actually provides the needed service, but if we don’t, we will get them connected with who does,” explains Czarnecki. “We offer everything from support groups, legal services, tax filing, health screenings, outreach and volunteer opportunities. The Senior Center even offers counseling and enrollment assistance for things like Medicare/senior insurance, nursing home/assisted living, Social Security online enrollment and more.” The South Iredell Senior Center is a place where individuals can continue to grow emotionally, maintain their health and fitness, learn new things, make friends, find purpose and basically help seniors to age successfully.

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If you are an Iredell County resident, there is no membership fee for the South Iredell Senior Center. Out-ofcounty residents pay a low annual fee of $25, which is used to support a scholarship fund.

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NON-PROFITS

Making a Difference Mooresville non-profits are always seeking volunteers by Lori K. Tate

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ne thing is for certain about the Mooresville community—it’s always willing to lend a hand to help fellow residents, young and old, in need. Look no further than the strong presence of non-profits in the area as proof. Members of The MooresvilleSouth Iredell Chamber constantly volunteer time to various non-profits across the community, as part of the Chamber’s purpose is to act as a catalyst in the area’s civic activities. SCAN of Iredell is an Exchange Club Center for the prevention of child abuse. For the past 29 years the Exchange SCAN Center in Iredell County has been committed to preventing child abuse and making families stronger. There are a variety of ways to volunteer for SCAN, whether through helping with fundraisers or donating babysitting hours. In nearby Statesville, you’ll find Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center, which serves child victims of sexual abuse and their nonoffending family members in Iredell and Alexander counties. Volunteers are always needed to assist with fundraisers and other events. Children’s Hope Alliance is a non-profit organization that dates back more than 125 years. In just the last year, the organization 2020

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helped more than 3,600 children and families across North Carolina. All of the programs and services Children’s Hope Alliance provides create hope for hurting children and families in three ways: healing the hurt, providing a safe home and encouraging a healthy start. Group volunteer opportunities include hosting a dinner for one of the organization’s programs, general cleaning and groundskeeping, and organizing supply drives, fundraisers and/or benefits. For 80 years, The Mooresville Lake Norman Christian Mission has been focused on helping people emerge from poverty. Each year, the mission serves an average of 4,000 families, including more than 4,000 children and 10,000 individuals. Volunteer opportunities include mentoring, manning the front desk, hosting fundraising events and activities, organizing toy drives during the holidays, working in the food pantry, and more. The Mooresville Soup Kitchen’s mission is “to provide nourishing meals, encouragement and fellowship to those in need.” Located in Downtown Mooresville, The Mooresville Soup Kitchen is a non-denominational, faith-based organization that serves more than

4,000 meals monthly, among other services. There are plenty of ways to volunteer at the soup kitchen. You can cook, clean, sort and distribute food, as well as pick up donations from local retailers. Volunteers are required to attend one orientation meeting before attending. Hope of Mooresville (HOMe) is a newer nonprofit in Mooresville, and it offers temporary housing for homeless women and children. HOMe’s mission is to provide safe and restorative shelter, food and support services such as job placement, family care, mental health assistance, financial planning and addiction help. They are always looking for female volunteers to cover shifts at the home when staff members aren’t on site, as well as help with food prep, hosting bible study groups, teaching skills, etc. In Mooresville, there are plenty of opportunities for you to make a positive difference, so don’t hesitate, get involved.

Non-Profit Organizations Children’s Hope Alliance www.childrenshopealliance.org Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center www.dovehousecac.org Hope of Mooresville (HOMe) www.hopeofmooresville.org Iredell SCAN www.iredellscan.org Mooresville Christian Mission www.mooresvillechristianmission.org Mooresville Soup Kitchen www.mooresvillesoupkitchen.com

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FAB FOOD DONT MISS

A Taste for Mooresville Tasty Town USA pairs current cuisine with town’s history by Aaron Garcia photography by Jamie Cowles

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arah Tuvia didn’t set out to create Mooresville’s most innovative culinary experience. In fact, her motivations were quite the opposite; instead, the Tasty Town USA founder wanted to draw on the time-tested technique of food tasting more commonly found in cities with dense culinary communities, and she wanted to do it while offering a glimpse of the town’s past, which has been painted over almost as often as its murals. The result is an experience that you literally cannot find anywhere else. It’s fair to say that the idea really began back in the Middle East. Tuvia, a Monroe native and graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park, matriculated to Tel Aviv University for her graduate degree. While there she became a fan of food tours, which offered guests samplings from several local vendors. Typically held the day before Sabbath, the event ran through urban marketplaces in a somewhat hurried pace. It was an easy and exciting way to show her visiting friends and loved ones the city and culture. Tuvia stayed in the city for 10 years before moving to Charlotte. She said she never lost her affinity for small-town Americana, especially the smaller mill towns common in the south. When she began visiting her now-husband, Ori, who lived in Mooresville, she fell in love. She moved to Mooresville in 2017. Tuvia says after learning some of the town’s history—as well as eating at the local restaurants—she had an idea. In May of this year, Sarah and Ori launched Tasty Town USA, and the

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TASTY TOWN USA’S FOOD TOURS INCLUDE STOPS AT BIG TINY’S BBQ AND CYNTUCCI’S BAKERY.

vision, at least to them, was simple. “I wanted to recreate that excitement and energy (from Tel Aviv) in a place that was home,” Tuvia says. Despite the international impetus, Tuvia never lost her love of smalltown life. After moving to the area, Tuvia began to learn about the town’s history. She was intrigued my Mooresville’s train-town beginnings and old-timey murals. The history was so rich that she decided to incorporate it into her food tour. The result is an experience that manages to bring the town’s history and current expansion to the same table. Tuvia says that while food tours may be popular in other areas, the idea didn’t resonate with many local business owners at first. Now that she’s taken a few groups around town, local business owners are starting to see that Tuvia’s guests aren’t the only ones benefitting from the tours. Joe Torcasso, owner of CynTucci’s Bakery on Main Street and a New

York native, says he has seen how businesses can benefit from an idea like Tuvia’s, especially when they’re off the beaten path. “Sarah has a great idea here because not that many people come down to downtown,” says Torcasso. “They don’t even know about downtown.” Tuvia has more ideas on deck. Scavenger hunts, ghost tours, brewery crawls. Regardless of the iteration, though, you can expect your tour with Tasty Town USA to be unmistakably Mooresville, and that won’t change, says Tuvia. “I knew I wanted other people to discover this because I love downtown historic Mooresville,” says Tuvia, “and I want for everyone to love it.”

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FAMILY FUN

Abundant Adventures Choose from thrills on water and on land in Mooresville by Renee Roberson

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rom rolling farms with friendly animals, outoor recreation, activities influenced by the excitement of NASCAR and just good old-fashioned small town charm, there’s never any excuse for the youngest members of the family to be bored.

Cruising your way to fun If you’re dreaming of cruising the lake but don’t have access to a boat, put a visit to Queen’s Landing at the top of your to-do list. Sign up for a picnic lunch or sightseeing cruise on The Catawba Queen riverboat (check their website for seasonal hours). The Lowe’s YMCA in Mooresville has 57,000 square feet of amenities, including group exercise studios, an indoor lap pool, an indoor family pool complete with waterslides, outdoor sports fields, racquetball courts and drop-in childcare. Each year, it also hosts one of the most popular 4th of July celebrations in the area.

Get out and play Want to simply get outside and play? Mooresville is home to 15 parks and four recreation centers. The Town of Mooresville Skate Park on West Iredell Avenue offers thrills with ramps and a street course for skateboard enthusiasts for free daily. Hope Park on Joe Knox Boulevard has picnic shelters, a playground and a splash pad open during the warmer months. Adjacent to Liberty Park, the War Memorial Building has three lighted tennis courts, a gymnasium and also provides residents the opportunity to splash and cool off during the summer months in its community pool. 2020

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Fantastic farms Carrigan Farms is another popular spot for adults and children alike. A fifth-generation family farm specializing in growing fruits and vegetables, it offers educational school tours and field trips, swim parties, and other special events. Visitors can also pick apples, strawberries and pumpkins on a seasonal basis. The Quarry at Carrigan Farms is the perfect place to cool off during their open swim hours during the summer months. And for those who enjoy the spookier side of Halloween, visitors 12 and older can brave the haunted trail. Located just a few miles away from Carrigan Farms, be sure to plan time for a visit with the adorable animals at Lazy 5 Ranch. Owner Henry Hampton opened the doors to the Lazy 5 Ranch in Mooresville in 1993 and has been entertaining visitors with more than 750 animals from six continents ever since. Giraffes, rhinoceros, camels, zebras, ring-tailed lemurs, water buffalo, ostrich and pot-bellied pigs are just a few of the animals that can be found on the ranch. Note: Lazy 5 Ranch does not accept credit or debit cards so plan accordingly before your visit. Another great place to spend time with exotic animals is located in nearby Troutman. Zootastic Park, the brainchild of North Carolina resident Scottie Brown, opened to the public in 2010. Visitors to the park will find everything from snakes and tortoises to the more exotic red kangaroos, camels, zebra, bison, tigers, as well as a barnyard petting zoo with cows, horses and chickens. Let the family expend its extra energy at Patterson Farm Market & Tours, Inc.,

a popular farm that welcomes groups for a variety of offerings, including party packages, where children can visit the petting zoo, play on the large playground, pick their own produce and sample ice cream from the market store.

Getting Out Carrigan Farms 1261 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy. Mooresville • 704.664.1450 www.carriganfarms.com Lazy 5 Ranch 15100 Mooresville Road Mooresville 704.663.5100 www.lazy5ranch.com Lowe’s YMCA 170 Joe V. Knox Avenue Mooresville • 704.716.4001 www.ymcacharlotte.org/lowes Patterson Farm Market & Tours, Inc. 10390 Caldwell Road Mount Ulla • 704.797.0013 https://www.visitpattersonfarm.com/ Town of Mooresville Parks http://www.ci.mooresville.nc.us/Facilities Queen’s Landing 1459 River Hwy. Mooresville • 704.663.2628 www.queenslanding.com Zootastic Park of Lake Norman 448 Pilch Road Troutman • 888.966.0069 www.zootasticpark.com

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ARTS & CULTURE DONT MISS

On the Town Mooresville’s cultural scene celebrates the arts by Lori K. Tate Photography courtesy of The Charles Mack Citizen Center.

Mack Foundation, named for long-time resident and merchant, Charles Mack. Most folks refer to the center as the “jewel of downtown.” Down the street you’ll find the Historic Mooresville Depot, where Mooresville Arts makes its home. Six local artists who originally met in the basement of the War Memorial building to exchange ideas and simply paint founded the organization (initially called Mooresville Artist Guild) in 1955. Today Mooresville Arts offers classes, workshops, exhibitions and a variety of annual events. The Lake Norman Big Band frequently plays in the area. This all-volunteer group features almost 20 talented musicians who play big band classics as well as contemporary pieces by artists such as Norah Jones. The group’s love for music comes across with every performance. If the venue allows, dancing is always encouraged. Music fans will also enjoy Music on Main a summer/fall concert series that offers free outdoor concerts on the lawn of Mooresville Town Hall. And

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hether you enjoy concerts or plays, gallery crawls or quiet gallery visits, Mooresville has it all and then some. That said, culture vultures can find plenty to do. One of the best ways to tap into the area’s arts and culture scene is it is to go downtown. The Charles Mack Citizen Center in Downtown Mooresville is a state-of-the art facility that offers a variety of programming (think concerts, festivals and plays) year round. Masterworks School of the Arts, a local performing arts school, frequently performs productions here, as well as The Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre. Musical acts perform here through the Our Town Stage series. The 62,000-square-foot center opened in 1995 and went through a $4.5 million renovation in 2001. Funding for the building came from the CJ

you, LangTree Live at LangTree Lake Norman offers free outdoor concerts every Thursday night from May through September. In addition, The Mooresville Park District also holds a Citizens Bank Concert Series at Bicentennial Park. To top it off, the state-of-the-art performing arts and athletic center at Mooresville High School showcases even more entertainment options to the area. Whatever you decide to go experience, you can be sure that Mooresville offers everything you need for a culture fix. You just have to find what suits you best.

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The following sites will help you navigate Mooresville’s cultural side Charles Mack Citizen Center www.cmccmooresville.com Downtown Mooresville www.downtownmooresville.com Lake Norman Big Band www.thelakenormanbigband.org LangTree Live — Concert Series www.langtreelkn.com Masterworks School of the Arts www.masterworkschoolofthearts.com Mooresville Arts www.magart.org Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre www.mooresvillechildrenstheatre.org

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Movies on Main offers family movies (mainly outdoors) during the warmer months. However, there’s usually a film offering in the series during the holidays at the Charles Mack Citizen Center. And if that’s not enough music for

Mooresville High School http://www.mgsd.k12.nc.us/page.cfm?p=2730 Music on Main www.ci.mooresville.nc.us Our Town Stage www.ourtownstage.com 2020 Citizens Bank Summer Concert Series www.mooresvillepark.com

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SHOPPING

Retail Therapy Boutiques, specialty stores and big box stores abound here by Lori K. Tate

LANGTREE LAKE NORMAN IS A MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT FEATURING FUN BOUTIQUES.

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here’s no need to make the trek to Charlotte to go shopping because everything you need is right here in Mooresville. From boutiques to big box stores, everything is just minutes away. One of the first stops is LangTree Lake Norman. Located on the shores of Lake Norman at Exit 31, this mixed-use development offers great shopping at places like R. Gregory Jewelers. Top off your shopping experience with a glass of wine at Novanta 90 Pizzeria Napoletana or Table 31. Downtown Mooresville, like so many other small towns across the country, has reinvented itself by going back to its roots. A quintessential North Carolina town, Downtown Mooresville is peppered with mom and pop businesses, as well as a hardware store that dates back to 1899. (The architecture alone is worth a stroll.) Fashionistas will love AnnaCraig

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Boutique, while jewelry lovers are sure to find treasures either at Alexander Zachary Jewelers or Jewelers on Main. If you want to flex your creative muscle, there are plenty of opportunities to do so at Ain’t Miss Bead Haven, a full-service bead shop that offers jewelry-making classes, and Nailed It DIY, a do-it-yourself workshop where you can create beautiful signs and more for your home. After shopping downtown, head over to Lake Norman Antique Mall, owner Ozzy Ojito’s 27,000-square-foot multi-dealer antique mall offers more than 200 vendors and specializes in primitive to high-end furniture. It’s located on East Plaza Drive. In the western part of Mooresville, you’ll find any big box store you need, including Bed Bath & Beyond, Belk, Best Buy, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Michael’s, Super Target, T.J. Maxx, Walmart and more. Keep your eyes peeled for boutiques in this area as well. Nestled among big

box retailers such as Staples and Old Navy on River Highway, you’ll discover Molly Malone’s Boutique, which carries trendy jewelry, shoes and accessories. Located nearby on Williamson Road is Lavendar Boutique, stocked with highend designs and more. In the same shopping center, Sweet Grass entices with a variety of gifts for the home (think frames, jewelry and serving pieces), as well as fun craft classes in the evenings, and Baby Sky Boutique has everything you need to keep your little one in style. Throughout the Lake Norman area there are plenty of locally owned shops and franchises eager to please with personalized customer service and an inventory of specialized items. During recent years various campaigns have encouraged residents to shop local whenever possible. So the next time you find yourself looking for that perfect gift or pickme-up, remember to shop local in Mooresville. Making Waves • Mooresville

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DONT MISS HEALTHCARE

A Wealth of Patient-Centered Care The medical offerings in Mooresville are top-notch by Renee Roberson

WITH SO MANY MEDICAL OPTIONS NEARBY, YOU NO LONGER HAVE TO DRIVE TO CHARLOTTE FOR MANY PROCEDURES.

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aving access to exceptional health care is crucial, and that’s exactly what you’ll find in the Mooresville area. While Iredell County residents can easily drive to Charlotte or Hickory for medical treatments, they rarely have to because there are so many medical offerings right here. From non-profit hospitals to integrative medical practices, here’s an overview of where local residents go to stay on the path to wellness.

Lake Norman Regional Medical Center 171 Fairview Road, Mooresville www.lnrmc.com Lake Norman Regional Medical Center has been deeply rooted in the history of the Lake Norman

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community since 1926, when it was first established as Lowrance Hospital. In the 1980s, the hospital changed its name to better reflect its place and commitment to the Lake Norman community. The medical center, conveniently located just off I-77, is partially owned by local physicians. Spread across 30 acres, this 123bed, acute-care hospital provides patients with a surgical center, The Stork’s Landing Maternity Center, an orthopedic specialty center, a weightloss surgical center, digestive health, neurology and much more. In addition, LNRMC continues to receive accreditation and accolades from places such as the Commission on Cancer, the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, the Blue Distinction Center+ for Maternity

Care, American Institute of Minimally Invasive Surgery (AIMIS) Gynecological Surgery Center of Excellence and more.

Piedmont HealthCare www.piedmonthealthcare.com Piedmont HealthCare is a physicianled healthcare system that offers nearly 200 physicians in more than 30 specialties for patients more than 60 locations in Troutman, Mooresville, Statesville and Mocksville. This integrated model allows physicians in Piedmont HealthCare to work together across all specialties, allowing patients to receive comprehensive care. In addition, patients have access to the latest in medical tests and procedures including X-ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound and inA Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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house laboratories. The specialties represented include family medicine, pediatrics, cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, orthopedic surgery, urgent care facilities and more. In keeping with the medical needs of the community, Piedmont HealthCare now offers 3D mammography. MGMA (Medical Group Management Association) has recognized Piedmont HealthCare as a “better performer” in 2019 because of superior operational performance compared with similar medical group practices nationwide.

Atrium Health www.atriumhealth.org This health system first began in 1940, when it opened its doors as Charlotte Memorial Hospital. Atrium Health (formerly Carolinas HealthCare System) is one of the nation’s leading healthcare organizations, connecting patients with on-demand care, worldclass specialists and the region’s largest primary care network. A recognized leader in healthcare delivery, quality and innovation, our foundation rests on providing clinically excellent and compassionate care. Atrium Health now offers medical care at variety of practices in more than 10 locations around the Mooresville area, from an Urgent Care to the Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute to Northlake 2020

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Children’s Associates.

Iredell Health System 557 Brookdale Drive, Statesville http://www.iredellhealth.org Formerly known as Iredell Memorial Hospital, this facility began as a 100bed, not-for-profit hospital more than 62 years ago and has grown into a 247-bed, non-profit, locally managed regional health system. The hospital has the distinction of being the area’s only not-for-profit hospital owned by the citizens of Iredell County, which means all revenue is reinvested back into the facility. The hospital currently houses 247 beds and employs 1,600 people, including 260 physicians specializing in a variety of disciplines. Iredell Health System consistently receives five-star customer service awards for patient care in advanced imaging, cancer, cardiovascular, surgical, and women’s and children’s services. Because of its successful growth, the System offers a variety of health centers, which include the aforementioned Iredell Memorial Hospital, as well as Iredell Hyperbaric & Wound Care Center, Women’s Health Center, Outpatient Surgery Center, J. Allen Knox Radiation Therapy Center, The Wellness & Diabetes Center, and Iredell at Mooresville Town Square.

Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center www.novanthealth.org What started as a 50-bed medical center in 2004 has evolved into a 139bed facility that offers patients a wide range of services around the clock seven days a week. Services at Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center include an emergency department, blood services, diabetes care, children’s services, breast health and more. This center is part of a not-for-profit integrated system with 15 medical centers across Virginia, Georgia, and North and South Carolina. Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center has been recognized for its Exceptional Breast Cancer Care by the American College of Surgeons, Cancer Program Re-Accreditation as an Integrated Network by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and the Get With The Guidelines® Stroke Quality Gold Plus with Target Stroke Elite Honor Roll. In 2018, the Center was named one of the “100 great community hospitals” by Becker’s Hospital Review. The list includes independent community hospitals as well as facilities affiliated with large health systems. Making Waves • Mooresville

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ACCOUNTANTS & CPAS AALP, LLC Mooresville NC 28115-7907 (704) 677-5108 Patricia Lisun Corriher & Michael, PLLC 107 Kilson Dr. #205 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-0193 Terry Corriher Gregory G. Holsinger, CPA PA 17105 Kenton Drive Suite 203C Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 895-4617 Greg Holsinger John ‘’Les’’ Tilley, CPA 148 Cedar Pointe Drive Suite 101-A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6511 John Tilley Kemp & Hymanson CPAs, LLP 149 Plantation Ridge Dr. Ste. 120 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 230-4646 Christopher Kemp

Air One Industries, Inc. PO Box 520 Mocksville NC 27028 (800) 996-7680 Sarah Deal Aire Serv of Rowan County 1735 W. Hwy. 152 China Grove NC 28023 (704) 857-4130 William Bullard Dry Tech Roofing Commercial Roofing Services Inc. Troutman NC 28166 (704) 660-6957 Ronnie Kennerly HVAC Technologies, Inc./ HTI 142 S. Iredell Industrial Park Rd. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 878-9801 Bruce Lawther

APARTMENTS/ CONDOS/RENTALS Abberly Green Apartment Homes 117 Abberly Green Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 502-5507 Chantal Kovacevic Arium Mooresville 175 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 817-4668 Noel Vazquez Cortland Morrison Plantation 151 Capital Avenue Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-9225 Tammy Simmons Fountains Apartment Homes at Mooresville Town Square 170 Mooresville Commons Way Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-1945 Sarah Marranca Hawthorne at Lake Norman Apartments 118 Plantation Creek Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-0400 Jessica Bowden

Ladd, McCall & Associates, CPA PO Box 3185 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7201 Kelly Hill

Phillips Air Care Heating and Cooling 292 Aviation Drive China Grove NC 28023 (704) 796-5027 Josh Nowlin

Larry Powers CPA PO Box 4662 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-3058 Larry Powers

Priority Comfort LLC Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 223-5467 Dan Stebbing

Legacy Village Apartments 121 Village Green Lane Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 230-4326 Sandra Fick

MGW Accounting Services Mooresville NC 28115 (800) 690-0729 Marc Weiss

Putnam Mechanical HVAC/ Refrigeration P.O. Box 3592 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-3665 Michael Pires

Mooresville Housing Authority PO Box 1087 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1659 Debbie Brawley

Potter & Company, CPAs 106 Welton Way Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3146 Bob Taylor REH CPA, PLLC 223 Williamson Rd Suite 204 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-8249 Raymond Halstead

ADVERTISING/ PROMOTIONAL Coffee News 317 Lantz Ave. Salisbury NC 28144 (704) 232-0923 Sam Post

Race City Heating & Air LLC P.O. Box 1344 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-2555 Justin Zocchi

Palisades at Waters Edge Apartments/Southwood Realty 114 Avalon Park Circle Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-4649 Katie Ratchford

Temperature Design, LLC PO Box 1163 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-2990 Travis Donaldson

Piedmont Pointe Apartments 195 Piedmont Pointe Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-9292 Brandy Horne

Temperature Pro Carolinas Lake Norman 131 Overhill Dr Suite 110 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 746-9723 Farrah Hinkle

The Clusters Premier Rental Community / Bonanza Development 816-G Brawley School Rd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6644 Mark Needham

ANIMAL WELFARE

Continuum P.O. Box 90 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-3255 Ellen Baker

Holly’z Hope Mooresville NC 28117 (949) 800-9816 Karen Walden

Iredell Living Magazine 10225 Hickorywood Hill Ave. Unit A Huntersville, NC 28078 (704) 546-5511 MacAdam Smith

Piedmont Animal Rescue PO Box 11 Mount Mourne NC 28123 (704) 360-4262 Jason Benge

WSIC RADIO 1400 AM, 100.7, 105.9 FM, TV 21.2 1117 Radio Road Statesville NC 28677 (704) 872-6345 Mark Sanger

Rescue Ranch 1424 Turnersburg Hwy Statesville NC 28625 (704) 768-0909 Rick Collord

AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CONTRACTORS 2 Roots Cooling and Heating LLC Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 500-9676 Nick Reuter

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Air Dynamics MS LLC PO Box 242 Mt. Mourne NC 28123 (704) 664-2665 Donna Eagle

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ANTIQUES Main Street Antique Mall & Design Gallery 500 South Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 746-3636 Rex Butler

Waterlynn Ridge Apartment Homes 123 Waterlynn Ridge Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-5125 Jessica Wilson

APPLIANCE REPAIR D & L Parts Company Inc. 131 Crosslake Park Dr. #204-205 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 677-7993 Aaron Cox Mr. Appliance 120 Langtree Village Dr. Suite #206 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-3799 Appliance of Mooresville

ARCHITECTS Adams & Associates Architecture 126 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1311 Ross Adams

Design Associates, Inc. 245 E. Broad St. Statesville NC 28677 (704) 873-4421 Larry Schaeffer

ART GALLERIES/FRAME SHOPPES/ARTISTS Creative Designs by Jillian Michalske Troutman NC 28166 (704) 495-2990 Jillian Michalske Haute Dauge Portraits Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 253-2853 Karen Dortschy Lake Country Gallery & Frame 350 West Plaza Dr. Ste L Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-5022 Brenda Vanhoy Landmark Galleries PO Box 25 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 607-5410 Cotton Ketchie Mooresville Arts 103 W. Center Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-6661 Ellen Patterson

ASSISTED LIVING Atria Senior Living - Lake Norman 140 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-2551 Dee Medlin Brookdale Senior Living Peachtree 2806 Peachtree Road Statesville NC 28625 (704) 872-1946 Janelle Dodd

Jones, Childers, Donaldson & Webb, PLLC PO Box 3010 Mooresville NC 28117 Kevin Donaldson (704) 664-1127 Mark Childers (704) 664-1127 Alan Guffy (704) 664-1127 Marshall Horsman III (704) 664-1127 Elise McLurkin-Horton (704) 664-1127 Walter Jones (704) 664-1127 Richard Webb (704) 664-1127 Jay White (704) 664-1127 Levine Law Group PO Box 3308 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1770 Trina Goodman The Dudley Law Firm 116 Morlake Dr Suite 103 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6072 L. Ragan Dudley The McIntosh Law Firm PO Box 2270 Davidson NC 28036 (704) 892-1699 Angela Swett Thomas, Godley & Grimes, PLLC 514 Williamson Rd. Ste. 42 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-1600 Ben Thomas Whitfield & Mock, P.A. P.O. Box 1616 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5350 M. Gregory Whitfield

ATTRACTIONS/ RECREATION Iredell County Parks and Recreation PO Box 788 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 878-3103 Stacy McGlamery

Carillon Assisted Living of Mooresville 198 E. Waterlynn Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-8000 Sarah Graham

Lazy 5 Ranch 15100 Hwy 150 East Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5100 Henry Hampton

Summit Place of Mooresville 128 Brawley School Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2712 Sona Aquino

Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

The Gardens of Statesville Retirement & Assisted Living 2147 Davie Avenue Statesville NC 28625 (704) 878-0123 Business Office Manager

ATTORNEYS Collum & Perry, PLLC Attorneys At Law PO Box 1739 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-4187 Travis Collum Homesley & Wingo Law Group PLLC 330 S. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 Clifton Homesley (704) 664-2162 Paul L. Comer IV (704) 664-2162 Stephanie Killian (704) 664-2162 Dalton B. Miller (704) 704) 664-2162 Andrew Wingo (704) 664-2162

AUCTIONEER Asset Services Corporation Auctioneers & Brokers P.O. Box 1487 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1582 Donald Horton

AUTO DETAILING/ OTHER SERVICES Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3303 Ben Goins

AUTOMOTIVE BODYSHOP Outcast Kustoms 208 Rolling Hill Road Lakeside Business Park Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 237-3915 April Locklear

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Transmissions Unlimited 224 W. Iredell Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 960-1806 Michael Lauffer

Detroit Speed, Inc. 185 McKenzie Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-3272 Leah Molyneaux

AUTOMOTIVE - SERVICE Carolina Auto Direct LLC 293 W. Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1340 Mike Gause Christian Brothers Automotive 688 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 816-7777 Doug Vidler Express Oil Change & Service Center 119 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-0744 Fred Klinker Firehouse Auto Care & Tire 1522 Mecklenburg Hwy. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 892-2755 Dave Kindle Firestone Complete Auto Care 301 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-0286 John Skillman Honest-1 Auto Care 215 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 946-5040 Bob Adams J.T. Alexander & Son PO Box 88 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1566 David Alexander Just Batteries 2270 Statesville Hwy. (Hwy. 115) Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-6262 Dan Cagle Mavis Discount Tire 278 West Plaza Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 935-4459 Joe Church Meineke Total Car Care 190 E. Plaza Dr Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 746-9034 Matt Morris Mooresville Ford PO Box 509 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1300 Jeff Shoe

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS Carolina Auto Direct LLC 293 W. Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1340 Mike Gause Keffer Kia 271 West Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (888) 721-6395 Rick Zoerb Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram P.O. Box 457 Corenlius NC 28031 (704) 896-3800 Jack Salzman Mooresville Ford PO Box 509 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1300 Jeff Shoe Parks Chevrolet at the Lake, LLC 15235 Statesville Rd. Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 875-6558 Andrew Robin Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3303 Ben Goins

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS/ SUPPLIES Hotchkis Performance Mfg. 118 Infield Ct. Ste. A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-3060 Jacqueline Wells Kooks Custom Headers 138 Cedar Pointe Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 768-2288 Lyndsay Hoffman Treadz, LLC 2118 Charlotte Hwy Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-0995 James Hubschmitt

AVIATION DETAILING Clean Configuration, LLC Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 941-4677 Jeff Hall

BAKERY/SPECIALTY CAKE/DONUTS/ CHOCOLATES/COFFEE SHOP

Mooresville Tire & Automotive Repair 1037 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-3020 Isaac Byrd

Carolina Pie Company 108 E. Fenway Ave. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-0154 Stephen Lindberg

Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3303 Ben Goins

CynTucci’s New York Style Bakery 242 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-8504 Joseph Turcasso

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Hebrews Coffee House, LLC 124 S. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-1178 Hasani Lateef

First Bank 347 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-4888 Edith Locklear

Woodforest National Bank 169 Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-9363 Matthew Lockhart

Patisserie Bakery-Cafe-Catering 627 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-3355 Paola Mendoza

First Bank 553 East Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-0465 Kendra Prentis

BANQUET FACILITY/ EVENTS

Richard’s Coffee Shop / Welcome Home Veteran Inc 165 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-0488 David Parkins

First Citizens Bank PO Box 5284 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-6233 Lori Brunoni

Sugar & Spice LKN 125 North Audubon Ave. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 756-0357 Emily Noland The Icing and the Cake 105 Singleton Rd. Ste. 103 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-0399 Brandy Stimac Urban Grind Roasters Mooresville 239 West Center Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 266-2180 Dirk Both

BANK CONTRACTOR SERVICES Inspection Pros Inc. PO Box 1083 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 622-6030 Crystal Merritt

BANKS & SAVINGS & LOANS Aquesta Bank P.O. Box 700 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 439-1450 Susan Miller BB&T (Lake Norman Mooresville) 255 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3434 Dennis Cowardin blueharbor bank 106 Corporate Park Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-7700 Jim Marshall blueharbor bank - Downtown Mooresville 151 E. Iredell Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 444-6670 Jim Marshall Carolina Trust Bank 125-E Trade Court Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-6702 Woody Washam Carter Bank & Trust 231 East Plaza Dr. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-7740 Michael Gander Fidelity Bank PO Box 5563 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-3302 April Patterson Fifth Third Bank 329 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-4488 Brock White

First National Bank 165 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-0111 Jared Newman First Reliance Bank 249 Williamson Rd., Suite B101 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 677-7996 Scott Gaad Peoples Bank 1074 River Hwy. #150 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-3600 Kacee King Piedmont Advantage Credit Union 139 S. Cardigan Way Mooresville NC 28117 (800) 433-7228 Larry Ballard Pinnacle Financial Partners 108 Gateway Blvd. Ste. 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 213-2477 Mark Brady PNC Bank 298 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-2280 Phillip Aldrete South State Bank 649 Brawley School Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2800 Susan Blackwelder State Employees Credit Union PO Box 1495 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-0305 Cliff Milholland SunTrust Bank 232 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2067 John Hondros Truliant Federal Credit Union 21714 Catawba Ave. #6A Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 522-1955 x 4681 Denise Williams Wells Fargo Bank 16810 Kenton Dr. Ste. 130 Huntersville, NC 28078 Ben Freeman (704) 715-4233 Mooresville Main Branch Kimberly Dietrich (704) 663-5554 Mooresville Plaza Branch Isolde Kellogg (704) 663-1130 Brawley Commons Branch Michelle Fliss (704) 662-8888 Lake Norman Branch AJ Darr (704) 663-5344

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Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3303 Ben Goins

Chickadee Hill Farms 181 E Monbo Rd Statesville NC 28677 704-880-0478 Mandy Queen Dale Earnhardt Inc. - Special Events Department 1675 Dale Earnhardt Hwy. #3 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-8000 Rhonda Phipps Heritage House Wedding & Banquet Venue P.O. Box 977 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 696-7083 Michael Cook Langtree Plantation 554 Langtree Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 897-7232 Elaine Mackey The Brawley Estate 610 Williams St. Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 224-5916 David Klingel Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

BICYCLE SALES/REPAIR Live It Xtreme Sports & Fitness & Trailers 769 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-8274 Travis Beam

BLINDS/SHADES/ SHUTTERS Carolina Blind Connection, Inc. PO Box 5541 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 439-6359 Stobie Dunagun

BOAT CLUB Freedom Boat Club 17505 W. Catawba Ave Ste. 150 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 228-3478 Joshua Greenwald

BOWLING Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

BUILDING SUPPLIES BMC - Building Materials and Construction Solution 398 Flower House Loop Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-5627 Nate Freeman Best Buy Metals, LLC 174 Gasoline Alley Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 275-8500 Duane Richardson

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Hoke Building Supply 2079 Charlotte Highway Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 892-4841 Tammy Hoke

Publix Super Markets, Inc. 631 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 424-5017 Kimberly Reynolds

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church 454 Fieldstone Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5474 Dave Keck

Mooresville Arts 103 W. Center Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-6661 Ellen Patterson

The Design Center at Lake Norman 199 Prestwood Lane Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-0632 Paul Streeter

Sagebrush Steakhouse Catering 140 Regency Center Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (800) 569-5484 Emmy Allen

The Cove Church 197 Langtree Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 655-3000 George Franco

Mooresville Christian Mission PO Box 62 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-2357 Valerie Chamberlain

SUBWAY - Sandwich Artists, Inc. 247-E East Plaza Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 489-8721 Penny Hoover

Williamson’s Chapel UMC 575 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-3680 Linda Thyne

Mooresville Civitan Club PO Box 1224 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 614-6747 Jim Bullard

The Smoke Pit 796 Concord Pkwy. North Concord NC 28027 (980) 333-5056 Alan Bishop

CIVIC CLUBS/ COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

Mooresville Rotary Club P.O. Box 654 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-6464 Rich Hawkins

CABINETS/KITCHEN & BATH Custom Crafted Kitchens & Baths 115-A Commons Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-1013 Andrew Fretz International Kitchen & Bath, Inc. 201 Griffith Street Sadler Square Shopping Center Davidson NC 28036 (704) 892-4001 Brian Tarle StorageMotion, Inc. 216 Overhill Dr. Ste. 104 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 746-3700 Tina Krohn

CABLE TELEVISION COMPANIES Continuum P.O. Box 90 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-3255 Ellen Baker Directv Authorized Dealer 915 River Hwy. Ste. A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-7111 Natalie Nicholas

CARPET/RUG CLEANING Bigg Time Carpet Cleaning Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-7928 Todd & Deborah Kofoed

CATERING Bistro Catering and Events 48 Union Street South Concord NC 28025 (980) 621-6333 Manager

CHIROPRACTORS Active Spine Chiropractic - Dr. Charlet 570 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7625 Spencer Charlet Alternative Chiropractic- A Creating Wellness Center 484 Williamson Rd. Ste. D Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0939 Jonathan Bell Caitlin Wurtz Chiropractic 111 Kilson Dr. Suite 104 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-5142 Caitlin Wurtz ChiroLife Wellness Center 584 Brawley School Rd Suite 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-8750 John Ashcraft, Jr. DC Combined Chiropractic & Acupuncture PLLC 115 Commons Drive Suite D Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-0060 Matthew Antonelli

Corine’s Cafe & Catering 559 East Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-7177 Corine de Vries

Dudley Chiropractic & Acupuncture 301 South Broad Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-2010 Laura Camby

Julia’s Talley House Restaurant PO Box 711 Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-6962 Kim Shumake

Exodus Chiropractic 15940 Northcross Dr. Ste. B Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 892-4545 Natalie Mahaffy

Lancaster’s Bar BQ And Wings Restaurant & Catering PO Box 1472 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5807 Cassie Muncy

Lake Norman Chiropractic Center 612 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3455 Todd Abernathy

LKN Weddings & Events Catering PO Box 791 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 659-1177 Joshua Hurley Pomodoro’s Italian American Cafe 168 Norman Station Blvd. Consumer Square Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6686 Blake Dewey

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Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

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Race City Family Chiropractic 131 Crosslake Park Drive Suite 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-9795 Autumn Jones

CHURCHES & MINISTERS New Hope Lutheran Church P.O. Box 4922 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 880-4102 Kim Purcell

Boys & Girls Club of the Piedmont 1001 Cochran Street Statesville NC 28677 (704) 397-2429 Carlos Navedo Carolina Comfort Coalition at Serenity House 110 Centre Church Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2004 Rochelle Dearman Children’s Hope Alliance PO Box 1 Barium Spings NC 28010 (704) 872-4157 Rebecca Barnes DHHS N.C. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 205 Guffy Street Salisbury NC 28147 (704) 878-4230 Karen Byington Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center PO Box 825 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 883-9814 Jackie Bumgarner Girls on the Run of the Greater Piedmont PO Box 5063 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 363-5406 Amy Spear Give Back Boutique PO Box 62 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3677 Store Manager Hope of Mooresville - HOME PO Box 434 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 526-6851 Bonnie Battalia Iredell County Crosby Scholars Community Partnership 124 Fourth Crescent Place Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-5005 Suzanne Wegmiller

Mooresville Soup Kitchen PO Box 5173 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9010 Lara Ingram, MSW, LCSW Mooresville-South Iredell Crime Stoppers PO Box 1250 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-9056 Todd Abernathy North Carolina Motorsports Association 5555 Concord Parkway Suite 332 Concord NC 28027 (704) 455-5606 David Miller Our Towns Habitat For Humanity PO Box 1088 Davidson NC 28036 (704) 896-8957 Sarah Gray Pinky Swear Foundation Charlotte NC Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 808-0123 Sue Ratcliff Rescue Ranch 1424 Turnersburg Hwy Statesville NC 28625 (704) 768-0909 Rick Collord Exchange/SCAN Child & Parenting Center of Iredell County P.O. Box 167 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 878-2227 Amy Eisele Sentinels of Hope Mooresville 5385 NC Hwy 152 W. China Grove NC 28023 (704) 361-4459 Rob Morrison Shades of Love LKN Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 807-5017 Heather Edmunds

Lake Norman Humane PO Box 3937 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-3330 Leslie Hervey

The Salvation Army P.O. Box 91 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 660-3066 Jamie Goldfarb

Lake Norman Shrine Club Denver NC 28037 (704) 768-1704 Jerry Ennis

Tower Bridge - New Oasis International Education 10130 Perimetes Parkway Suite 110 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 657-2980 Brian Simpson

Make An Impact Foundation, Inc. PO Box 1959 Davidson NC 28036 (704) 831-8777 Deborah McKee

United Way of Central Carolinas 228 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-2284 Keri Taylor

Veterans Motorsports Inc. Denver NC 28037 (704) 689-9868 Steve Morgan

CLEANING & JANITORIAL SERVICES By Faith Cleaning Service Troutman NC 28166 (704) 450-2907 Sharon Goad Callaway Service Co. 118 Overhill Dr. Ste. 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7022 Paul Callaway Carpet Rentals, Inc. PO Box 5386 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 872-4461 James Gardner Corporate Cleaning Group 516 River Highway, Building D-254 Mooresville NC 28117 (833) 267-7256 Richard Hermann Just Clean Cleaning Service Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 659-1154 Colin Kernes Maidpro of Mooresville 294 W. Plaza Dr. Ste G7 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-4592 T Custis Ultimate Shine Cleaning Services, LLC PO Box 130 Concord NC 28027 (704) 750-2200 Timothy Patterson

COACHING - BUSINESS/ LIFE ActionCOACH - David Dowdy PO Box 4361 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 400-4358 David Dowdy Mindful MD Coaching Mooresville NC 28117 (304) 952-4665 Assaad Mounzer Road to Health Coaching, LLC Troutman NC 28166 (704) 664-0384 Nancy Embry

COFFEE SERVICE Black Powder Roasting Company 256 Raceway Dr. Ste. 10 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 614-0824 Melissa Stahlman Clutch Coffee Bar 154 West Plaza Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (669) 800-9172 John Anderson Urban Grind Roasters Mooresville 239 West Center Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 266-2180 Dirk Both

COMPUTERS/SALES/ SERVICE/PROG John McCann & Associates, Inc. - IT Management for Small Business 516D River Highway, MB #288 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6845 John McCann

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CONTRACTORS GRADING

Carolina Concrete and Design PO Box 3035 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 696-2770 Mike Gainey Dunlap Concrete & Contractual Services, Inc. PO Box 983 Kannapolis NC 28082 (980) 622-7833 Jerry Dunlap

CONSIGNMENT Posh Maternity with Consignment 294 W. Plaza Dr. Suite E5 Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-0270 Lynn Lowery

CONSTRUCTIONEARTH, PIPE,PAVING Hunter Construction 118 Timber Rd Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-7570 Heather Groves

CONSULTING Corbett Communications, Inc. 521 E. Broad Street Statesville NC 28687 (704) 880-8352 Jeff Corbett H. Stan Thompson Mooresville Hydrail Initiative Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-5486 Stan Thompson Karrow Consulting Inc. Mooresville NC 28117 (605) 310-0028 Tom Karrow Public Policy Consulting, LLC Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 604-5057 Mitch Abraham

CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL Barger Construction Co., Inc. PO Box 30 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3611 Gerald Brown Choate Construction 2907 Providence Road Suite 400 Charlotte NC 28211 (704) 556-0550 Sara O’ Mara

F.J. Ervin Construction Company 380 Mackwood Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5418 F.J. Ervin

CONTRACTORS RESIDENTIAL Building Company No. 7, LLC 505 East Statesville Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 918-6383 Jeremy Comeaux Burke Developer Inc. PO Box 3481 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 361-0047 Patrick Burke Kearey Builders, Inc. 2915 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-6510 Sandra Kell MV2 Investments 331 Alcove Rd. # 300 Mooresville NC 28117 (310) 804-2323 Vinny Giglio Nest Homes, LLC PO Box 3965 Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 500-1240 Todd Farlow Niblock Homes 107 Hillside Cove Court Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 309-0968 Mark Burzlaff Spivey Construction Co., Inc P.O. Box 4268 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-4189 Renee Spivey

CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS Advanced Detection Technology, LLC 215-1 Overhill Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-1949 Karen Koehler Lowe’s Companies, Inc. 1000 Lowe’s Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 758-1000 Michael Chenard

COSMETICS/SKIN CARE

G.L. Wilson Building Company 190 Wilson Park Rd Statesville NC 28625 (704) 872-2411 Tom Wilson

BEAUTYCOUNTER - Kelly O’Donnell Mooresville NC 28117 (571) 247-8281 Kelly O’Donnell

Kearey Builders, Inc. 2915 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-6510 Sandra Kell

Pure Haven Essentials Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 657-3191 Mona Sitler

Myrick Construction Inc. PO Box 728 Biscoe NC 27209 (910) 428-2106 Harry Myrick Southern Constructors, Inc. PO Box 3216 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-1563 Richard Skaff

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COUNSELING Christian Counselors of Mooresville 222 Southside Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-0238 Laura Ketchie

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Eleanor Health 123 Professionsl Park Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0202 Erik Wright

CREDIT CARD SERVICES SafeGuard Credit Counseling Services, Inc. 132 Joe Knox Ave. Ste. 104 Mooresville NC 28117 (800) 673-6993 Michael Hoffman

CREMATION SERVICES Ingram Funeral Home & Cremation Society PO Box 1112 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3939 Clint Ingram

CREMATORY Cavin-Cook Funeral Home & Crematory PO Box 977 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3363 H. Mike Cook

CUSTOM DISPLAYS Personal Handcrafted Displays, Inc. PhDs 157 Houston Road Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-2600 Kelly Minyard

DANCE INSTRUCTION Acrofitness 179 Overhill Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2348 Marie Severance The Academy of Dance and Fine Arts P.O. Box 4448 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-3169 Sadie Roberts-Doughten

DAY SPA Cool Renewal Spa 138 Villlage View Drive, Suite 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-2990 Kristin Pisani

DENTIST\ ORTHODONTIST\ORAL SURGEON Anderson Dental Group 411 East Statesville Ave Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3300 Jimmie & Luanne Anderson Calm Waters Dentistry PO Box 4180 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-5955 Kendra Wentworth Catherine W. Bickley , DDS 511 Carpenter Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5311 Catherine Buckley Curtis Family Dentistry 520 E Center Ave Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-7035 Will Curtis Davidson & Burr / Total Dental Care of Lake Norman P.O. Box 688 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1800 Ronnie Davidson

Drs. Poore, Robinson & Associates, P.A. P.O. Box 669 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1354 Jason Robinson Good Night Dentistry 367 Williamson Road, Ste.102 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 964-6404 Ronald Cox Lakeshore Dentistry - Dr Jake Skowronski 106 Argus Lane - Ste. C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 696-2557 Jake Skowronski

DEVELOPERS Carolina Business Capitol 1307 West Morehead St. 201 Charlotte NC 28208 (704) 373-1233 Scott Anderson Langtree Group P.O. Box 355 Mount Mourne NC 28123 (704) 746-3258 Brad Howard R L Smith Inc 411 Morrison Farm Rd. Troutman NC 28166 (704) 663-7223 Teresa Mazer

Lembo Montgomery Cosmetic & Family Dentistry 438 Williamson Rd., Suite D Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1120 Kara Lembo

R.L. West 401 Langtree Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 997-2624 Mark Lockman

Loveland Dental Group of Mooresville 134 N Magnolia Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 980-9055 Kathy Corum

Southern Distilling Company, LLC 211 Jennings Road Statesville NC 28625 (704) 978-7175 Vienna Barger

Mooresville Pediatric Dentistry 202 Williamson Rd. Ste. 200 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-8670 David Thome Palmieri Dentistry, The Center for Dental Excellence 206-A Joe Knox Ave Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6020 Admin Plantation Dental 130 Plantation Ridge Drive, Suite #201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-5800 Brandi Ballard Rita Bhat, DMD, PA 134 Professional Park Drive Suite 100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0377 Rita Bhat Roberts Pediatric Dentistry 142 Professional Park Drive Suite 200 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-5437 Charles Roberts Saks Orthodontics 130 Argus Lane Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0399 Stephen Saks Wiry Smiles 400 East Statesville Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 944-0550 Brian Mitchell

DERMATOLOGY/LASER SKIN CARE Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-1827 Naomi Simon Piedmont HealthCare’s Wolfe Dermatology 114 Gateway Blvd. Unit D Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-2085 Steven F. Wolfe

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Integrity Computer Service 2117 Simonton Rd. Ste. 103 Statesville NC 28625 (704) 881-1553 x 20 Luke Popejoy

DISTILLERY

DJ Platinum DJ & Photobooth Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 990-6235 (NCDJ) Laurie Kuerlemann

DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION Shred-South On-Site Document Destruction PO Box 28 Statesville NC 28677 (704) 873-8130 Steven Bograd

DOG TRAINING Dogs By Andy K-9 Services 144 Bevan Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-3456 Andy Hanellin

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT Mooresville Downtown Commission 215 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-3336 Kim Atkins Side Mack & Sons PO Box 267 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-4711 Ron Mack

DRUG/ALCOHOL TESTING/PROGRAMS Nationwide Testing Association, Inc. PO Box 508 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 660-8600 Trevor Clark RAPHA Healthcare Services, LLC 207 South Broad St Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 912-1426 Felton Jones

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT I-77 Mobility Partner LLC 8015 West WT Harris Blvd. Charlotte NC 28216 (980) 337-2400 Jean Leier

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Iredell County Economic Development Corporation 500 South Main Street Suite 449 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1898 Jenn Bosser South Iredell Community Development Corporation (SICDC) 500 S. Main St. Ste. 449 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-6922 Jenn Bosser

ELECTRIC COMPANIES/ ELECTRIC SERVICE COMP Duke Energy Carolinas 182 Talbert Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 638-4050 Randy Welch EnergyUnited P.O. Box 1831 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 896-5468 Brett Alkins

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS E.F. Belk & Son, Inc. 933 Oakridge Farm Hwy Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5959 Donnie Belk Gaylor Electric, Inc. 177 Knob Hill Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 746-3334 Jean Benfield Harkey Electric Inc. PO Box 6058 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 872-4640 Steve Harkey Race City Electric 183 Elysian Dr Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6330 Mike Wilson

EMBROIDERY & SCREEN PRINTING 1st Choice Activewear 118 Overhill Dr. Ste. 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 528-7814 Rick Johnson

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Debbie’s Staffing Services 735 S. Broad Street, Suite A Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-0888 Nicole Spade NC Works Career Center Mooresville 532 Patterson Ave Ste 170 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-8067 Sylvia Jones PeopleSuite 220 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 746-9971 Michelle Collins

ENGINEERS Bloc Design, PLLC 2923 S Tryon St, Suite 320 Charlotte NC 28203 (704) 231-1911 W. Larry Lockhart, Jr., PE

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Darden Engineering Services PO Box 3422 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7738 John Darden

Home Paramount Pest Control 532 Brawley School Road Mooresville NC 28117 (888) 888-4663 Chad Nichols

Viking Mergers & Acquisitions 18809 W. Catawba Ave., Ste. 102 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 676-0940 Mary Lou Winn

Metallurgical Tech., Inc. 160 Bevan Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5108 Samuel Pendergrass, P.E.

McNeely Pest Control 500 S Main St Troutman NC 28166 (704) 980-4098 Zack Benge

FINANCIAL ADVISORS/ SERVICES

Piedmont Design Associates, P.A. 125 E Plaza Dr. Ste 101 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-7888 Joyce Rietman

Peeler Environmental 812 Corporate Circle Salisbury NC 28147 (704) 636-0674 Suzan Eudy

ENTERTAINMENT GoPro Motorplex 130 Motorplex Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 696-2926 Justin Marks Imagine Music Group 9611 Brookdale Drive Suite 100, PMB 115 Charlotte NC 28215 (704) 596-0342 Tina Gibson Lake Norman Orchestra PO Box 4859 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-7307 Deborah Wyatt Mooresville Arts 103 W. Center Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-6661 Ellen Patterson Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

EQUIPMENT - SALES & RENTALS True Value Rentals 105 Wildcat Lane Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3331 Greg Frey

EQUIPMENT SALES Concrete Equipment Supply, Inc. P.O. Box 3111 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-2005 Russell Boyd

ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS & CONSIGNMENTS Asset Services Corporation Auctioneers & Brokers P.O. Box 1487 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1582 Donald Horton

EXTERMINATORS A+ Termite & Pest Control PO Box 934 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 252-1024 Jason Tate Arrow Exterminators 136 Stutts Rd Ste 2 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2832 Michael Strickland Ehrlich Pest Control PO Box 627 Denver NC 28037 (704) 307-8232 Patrick Morrow

Rid-A-Bug Exterminating Co. PO Box 83 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-9112 Marty Roberts

FARMS Lakeside Stables 117 Chuckwood Road Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-6112 Bianca Wittgraefe

FASHION & SEWING SCHOOL Future Fashion Designers Academy 122 S. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-3553 Shawnelle Cherry

FENCE CONTRACTORS American Fence Company of Hickory, LLC PO Box 11099 Hickory NC 28603 (828) 256-6266 Nathan Lingle

FINANCIAL ADVISORS / STOCKBROKERS blueharbor wealth advisors 131 Plantation Ridge Dr #100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 750-5956 Jim Marshall Edward Jones - Adam Bloom, CFP, Financial Advisor P.O. Box 3366 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-9454 Adam Bloom Edward Jones - Janice D. Lowrance, Financial Advisor 109 Professional Park Drive Ste. 100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-5382 Janice Lowrance Edward Jones - Tim Portelance 125 E. Plaza Dr. Ste 106 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1918 Tim Portelance Financial Strategies Of Lake Norman, Inc PO Box 1352 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-7995 Bryan Stanfill First Command Financial Planning - David Alley 179 Gasoline Alley Suite 102-B Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2661 David Alley Smith Financial Corporation 107 Kilson Drive Ste. 102 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7040 Derek Smith

FITNESS Anytime Fitness of Mooresville 858 Brawley School Road Suite A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-4959 Randy Long

Aquesta Bank P.O. Box 700 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 439-1450 Susan Miller

Club Pilates 146 Mooresville Commons Way Unit 25 Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 260-0000 John Pennypacker

Edward Jones - Jamie Dugo PO Box 552 Sherrills Ford NC 28673 (704) 577-2132 Jamie Dugo

Curves of Mooresville 1870 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-1037 Brenda Byrd

First Command Financial Planning - David Alley 179 Gasoline Alley Suite 102-B Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2661 David Alley

Deep Well Athletics 113 Denver Business Park Dr Suite B Mooresville NC 28115 (304) 208-4765 Justin Fisher

JDS Wealth Management Corp. 119 Poplar Pointe Drive Suite F Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-0214 James Stillman

Good Soul Hot Yoga 236 Raceway Drive # 1 Suite 1 Mooresville NC 28117 (732) 890-9159 Patti Alvarez

Livingston Financial 736 Brawley School Rd Suite H Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-9190 Peter Livingston

RockBox Fitness 287 Williamson Rd. Ste. E-2 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 929-8036 Jaime Benson

NavStar Financial Services 219 Williamson Road Suite 2202 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7482 Larry Jones, CLTC

FLOORING/CARPET/ CERAMIC TILE

Sheri Bistreich, CFP 642 Signal Hill Drive Ext. Statesville NC 28625 (704) 872-8181 Sheri Bistreich Stone Street Wealth Management 107 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-5089 John Chidwick Sumner Wealth Management P.O. Box 4446 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 905-3594 Mark Sumner The Stoner Group - UBS Financial Services Inc. Lake Norman Office 16810 Kenton Drive Ste. 310 Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 765-3254 Amy Lowe, CDFA® Traverse Partners formerly Hutchby & Yates 150 Fairview Rd., Ste. 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-2030 Eric Hutchby

FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES Matrix Fire Protection LLC 923 Oakridge Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (800) 764-7113 Von Johnson

FIRE/WATER DAMAGE SERVPRO of Iredell County P.O. Box 1650 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 872-7466 Michael Stock

Floor Coverings International of North Charlotte a 131 Crosslake Park Drive, Unit 210 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 577-5141 Pamela Hanson

FLORIST Clipper’s Flowers of Lake Norman, Inc. 360 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-7673 Gary Miller

FOOD Tasty Pickles by Carson Troutman NC 28166 (704) 402-8316 Carson Lester

FRESH FRUIT ARRANGEMENTS Edible Arrangements 638 River Highway Suite F Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-0006 Helena & Sherri Vertorano

FUNERAL HOMES/ CEMETERIES Cavin-Cook Funeral Home & Crematory PO Box 977 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3363 H. Mike Cook Ingram Funeral Home & Cremation Society PO Box 1112 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3939 Clint Ingram

FURNITURE STORES Badcock Home Furnishings / WS Badcock Corporation 219-B East Plaza Drive , MV-854 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 696-8585 Sarah Wear

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GARDEN & FARM Brawley Company Garden Center 982 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5553 Bob Brawley Brown Farm - BEEF Mt. Ulla NC 28125 (704) 746-4919 James W. Brown III Coddle Creek Honey Farms, Inc. 114 Ledgewood Lane Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 402-8885 Steve Young

GAS COMPANIES / GAS SERVICE COMPANIES Dominion Energy 800 Gaston Rd. Gastonia NC 28056 (800) 222-1034 Julie Roper

GLASS & MIRROR Maund Mirror and Glass 215 Pleasant Grove Lane Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 230-7118 Dan Maund Mooresville Glass & Mirror Co., Inc. 837 Plaza Lane Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-7977 Cindy Milam Sun Glass & Door 115-A North Commercial Dr. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1177 David Gardner

GOLF/COUNTRY CLUBS - GOLF SALES Larkin Golf Club 175 Club House Dr. Statesville NC 28677 (704) 872-9990 Brent Frye

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES Centralina Council of Governments 9815 David Taylor Dr, Ste 100 Charlotte NC 28262 (704) 372-2416 David Hollars Iredell County Register of Deeds 211 Constitution Lane Statesville NC 28677 (704) 872-7468 Ronald Wyatt NC Works Career Center Mooresville 532 Patterson Ave Ste 170 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-8067 Sylvia Jones Town Of Mooresville P.O. Box 878 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3800 Randy Hemann

GRAPHICS Outcast Kustoms 208 Rolling Hill Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 237-3915 April Locklear

GROCERY/FOOD STORES Lowes Foods LLC 125 Center Square Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9594 Luke McCaron Publix Super Markets, Inc. 4135 S. Stream Blvd. Ste. 600 Charlotte NC 28217 (704) 424-5017 Kimberly Reynolds Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market 966 East Iredell Ave Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-6119 Jorge Vasquez

GYMNASTICS Acrofitness 179 Overhill Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2348 Marie Severance

HAIR SALON & DAY SPA Barbara Pfeffer Hair Stylist/ Colorist 220 Golden Valley Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 929-1774 Barbara Pfeffer BOND Beauty 146 Market Place Ave Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 696-2512 Suzie Bond Jen’s Styling Booth Hair Salon 841 Oakridge Farm Hwy Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-0692 Jen Booth Pure Reflections Salon & Boutique 111 Kilson Drive Unit 106 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 213-0596 Kellie Gonvalez The Salon 403 E. Center Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-9992 Cyndi Richardson

HARDWARE D.E. Turner & Company Hardware Store 111-115 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5145 Jack Moore Lowes Home Improvement Warehouse 509 River Hwy Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-7177 Monica Alexander

HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER 15 to Fit Pilates, Barre & Fitness 478 Williamsom Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 880-8870 Patrea Aeschliman Acrofitness 179 Overhill Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2348 Marie Severance

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Anytime Fitness of Mooresville 858 Brawley School Road Suite A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-4959 Randy Long Lowe’s YMCA 170 Joe V. Knox Ave. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 716-4000 Erika Arnold Planet Fitness 335 W Plaza Dr. #1 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 230-0909 Jenny Brady

HEALTH & NUTRITION Nutrition HealthWorks, LLC 172 Williamson Rd #5205 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 380-4655 Travis Chilcot The Next 56 Days Mooresville Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 200-0494 Shannon Price

HEALTH & WELLNESS 704Hemp 101 South Broad Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 746-9463 Ronnie Hornaday Charlotte CBD 505 E Statesville Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 980-2420 Mike Sims HealthReach Community Clinic P.O. Box 1265 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1992 Sabrina Niggel Road to Health Coaching, LLC Troutman NC 28166 (704) 664-0384 Nancy Embry Nutrition HealthWorks, LLC 172 Williamson Rd #5205 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 380-4655 Travis Chilcot Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-4277 Susan Clohecy Piedmont HealthCare Internal Medicine/Weight Management 128 Medical Park Road, Suite 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-1001 Amber Benfield Piedmont HealthCare Lake Norman Ears Nose & Throat 140 Gateway Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-9638 Herb Wettreich, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Foot & Ankle Center 137 Professional Park Drive Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-8336 Kurt Massey, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 150 Fairview Rd Ste 210 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-0300 Rebecca Montgomery, MD

Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9111 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Fairview Family Medicine 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 210 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-0300 Jennifer Scharbius, MD

Walmart Health and Wellness 169 Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (518) 928-7303 Justin Boyer

HEALTH INSURANCE Lake Norman Benefits, Inc. 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 320 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-4236 Jada Cannon

Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5056 James W. McNabb, MD

O’Donnell and Company, Inc. 491 Williamson Rd Suite 201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 230-1038 Mark ODonnell

Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Family Medicine 357 Williamson Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7328 Timothy B. Barker, MD

Atrium Health 16455 Statesville Road Huntersville NC 28078 (828) 461-0604 Anna Robinson

Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Internal Medicine 548 Williamson Rd. Ste. 6 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-5520 John C. Gatlin, MD

HEALTHCARE SERVICES

Charlotte Radiology Breast Center 132 Gateway Blvd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-6446 Michelle Russell

Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman OB/GYN 131 Medical Park Rd Suite 102 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-1282 Amber Benfield

Greg Ott Center for Physical Therapy and Sports Performance 219 Williamson Road Suite 1104 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-2364 William Stokes

Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-1827 Naomi Simon

Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-4277 Susan Clohecy

Piedmont HealthCare’s Sailview Family Medicine 206 Joe V. Knox Ave. Ste. J Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-4801 Tiana N. Losinski, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Specialty Center 359 Williamson Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-1829 Gary K. DeWeese, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Wolfe Dermatology 114 Gateway Blvd. Unit D Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-2085 Steven F. Wolfe ReShape, PLLC 930 W. Wilson Ave. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 657-1337 Brian Pysz Shaklee / Health-Ward Group LLC Statesville NC 28677 (704) 871-1954 Aurelie Ward The Hemp Doctor 510 River Hwy. Ste. 16 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-4843 Cindy Shade Wade Medical Transportation Services LLC PO Box 49329 Charlotte NC 28277 (980) 883-2029 Jevetta Wade

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Sweet Dreams Mattress & Furniture 2445 Statesville Highway Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-0048 Greg & Katy Law

Piedmont HealthCare Internal Medicine/Weight Management 128 Medical Park Road, Suite 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-1001 Amber Benfield Piedmont HealthCare Lake Norman Ears Nose & Throat 140 Gateway Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-9638 Herb Wettreich, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Foot & Ankle Center 137 Professional Park Drive Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-8336 Kurt Massey, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 150 Fairview Rd Ste 210 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-0300 Rebecca Montgomery, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9111 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Fairview Family Medicine 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 210 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-0300 Jennifer Scharbius, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5056 James W. McNabb, MD

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Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Family Medicine 357 Williamson Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7328 Timothy B. Barker, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Internal Medicine 548 Williamson Rd. Ste. 6 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-5520 John C. Gatlin, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman OB/GYN 131 Medical Park Rd Suite 102 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-1282 Amber Benfield Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-1827 Naomi Simon

Light House Spiritual Center 645 Carpenter Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-1442 Kendall Heath

HOME HEALTH SERVICES Carolina Caring, Inc. 3975 Robinson Road Newton NC 28658 (828) 466-0466 Stuart Madow

World of Windows Mooresville 9100-A Perimeter Woods Drive Charlotte NC 28216 (704) 921-9898 Susan Waddell

Dudley’s Home Health, Inc. P.O. Box 3820 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-3363 Londa Dudley

HOME INSPECTION SERVICES

Freedom Mobility Center, Inc. 110 Talbert Pointe Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-0817 Tina Robertson Home Instead Senior Care PO Box 7138 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 924-9909 Tracey Gibson

Piedmont HealthCare’s Specialty Center 359 Williamson Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-1829 Gary K. DeWeese, MD

Hospice & Palliative Care Lake Norman PO Box 470408 Charlotte NC 28247 (704) 375-0100 Tara Connolly

Piedmont HealthCare’s Wolfe Dermatology 114 Gateway Blvd. Unit D Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-2085 Steven F. Wolfe

Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County 202 Williamson Rd. Ste. 201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-0051 Amy Feimster

Southern Family Medicine 919 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-8486 Angela Micolucci

Visiting Angels Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 892-8886 Tina Goins

All Generations Audiology, PLLC 621 East Center Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-7925 Diana Eshleman Carolina Hearing and Tinnitus, PC 114 Morlake Dr. Ste. 101A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7277 Juli Rossi Charlotte Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Associates @ Plantation Ridge 149 Plantation Ridge Dr. Ste. 190 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-0595 Roy Lewis

HEARING SERVICES/ CLINIC

Wellness Source 125 Commerce Park Rd. #105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2873 Heather Little

HOME IMPROVEMENT/ REMODELING Maund Mirror and Glass 215 Pleasant Grove Lane Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 230-7118 Dan Maund Bath Fitter 8200-G Arrow Ridge Blvd Charlotte NC 28273 (704) 525-8799 Tony Casper G & S Contracting, Inc. P.O. Box 1202 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-7132 George Sumrow

All Generations Audiology, PLLC 621 East Center Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-7925 Diana Eshleman

Handyman Matters 125 East Plaza Drive Suite 116 Mooresville, NC 28115 NC 28115 (704) 765-6800 Dave Wigfield

Carolina Hearing and Tinnitus, PC 114 Morlake Dr. Ste. 101A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7277 Juli Rossi

Instyle Tiles and Countertops 736-C Brawley School Rd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-9871 Lauren Ciccone

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Thomas Home Improvements Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-3451 Bill and Stephanie Thomas Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC P.O. Box 5878 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 682-4422 Scott Sharpe

Piedmont HealthCare’s Sailview Family Medicine 206 Joe V. Knox Ave. Ste. J Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-4801 Tiana N. Losinski, MD

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HOLISTIC ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES

Mr. Handyman of Mooresville 470 N. Broad St. Suite C Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-3800 Dan Gibbs

All About Homes Inspections Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 660-0906 Gary Gorman

HOSPITALS & CLINICS Iredell Health System / Iredell Memorial Hospital PO Box 1828 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 873-5661 Meagan Kowalski Lake Norman Regional Medical Center PO Box 3250 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-4000 Leigh Whitfield Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center 10030 Gilead Road Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 316-4058 Lori Robinson Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9111 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD

HOUSEWARES Old World Molding Co. P.O. Box 1515 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-6000 Jeff Mathews

HUMAN RESOURCE OUTSOURCING Carolina HR Consulting LLC Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 661-5229 Tina Towers Employer’s Innovative Network 116 Gasoline Alley Suite 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-9464 Keith Mullins Insperity 6100 Fairview Rd Suite 105 Charlotte NC 28210 (585) 402-6947 Kathleen Zicari

ICE CREAM/YOGURT/ CUSTARD/ITALIAN ICE

INDUSTRIAL CLEANING Callaway Industrial Services, Inc. P.O. Box 3128 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7022 Kim Callaway

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY Amerifast Supply Inc. 217 Rolling Hill Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9790 Elyssa Harvey Custom Hydraulics & Design, Inc. 3822 Statesville Avenue Charlotte NC 28206 (704) 235-0903 Sherry Watkins

INDUSTRIES/ MANUFACTURERS Ameritech-Die-Mold, Inc. 107 Knob Hill Rd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-0801 Steve Rotman Amiad Water Systems 120 J Talbert Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3133 Matthew Miles

MacLean-Fogg 227 Manufacturers Blvd. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 940-5535 Kevin Grabow NGK Ceramics USA, Inc. 119 Mazeppa Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-7000 Todd Alexander Polytec, Inc. PO Box 659 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 660-5195 Jack Harmon PROCOR Industrial 119 Eastbend Ct. Ste. 16 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-2910 Eric Kozlowski Prosoft Technology, Inc C/O General Microcircuits PO Box 748 Mooresville NC 28115 (661) 716-5100 Lindsay Maxwell

Bay State Milling Company PO Box 358 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-4873 Tamara Norman

Waggoner Manufacturing Co., Inc. 1065 Hall Road Mt. Ulla NC 28125 (704) 278-2000 Brian Elkin

Berry Global 111 Excellence Lane Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3733 Russell Lowery

Weinig Holz-Her USA PO Box 3158 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0100 Jason Howell

bestco, inc PO Box 329 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-4300 Colleen Zulman Cardinal Glass FG 342 Mooresville Blvd Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 660-0900 Jeff Stutts Cavotec USA Inc. 333 Oates Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 873-3009 Mike Majewski deBotech Inc. 160 Overhill Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-1361 Dana Siegert earth-kind 346-D East Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (800) 583-2921 Kari Warberg Block FITT USA INC 234 Overhill Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (866) 348-8872 Paul Hargens

Bruster’s Ice Cream 252 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-9898 Lee and Denise Underwood

Goodridge USA 174 Gasoline Alley Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-9095 Alma Garces - AP

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIPS

Ingersoll Rand - GEO PO Box 1840 Davidson NC 28036 (704) 655-4000 Kristina Bryan

NC Representative John A. Fraley Mooresville NC 28117 (917) 854-9793 John A. Fraley

L.B. Plastics, Inc. PO Box 907 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1543 Matt Cobb

INSURANCE AFLAC - Stephanie Pethtel 160-6 Piedmont Pointe Dr. Mooresville NC 28115 (386) 402-2809 Stephanie Pethtel Allstate Insurance - The Efland Group, Inc. 136 Corporate Park Dr. Ste. J Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-9900 Jason Efland Central Carolina Insurance 283 N. Church Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3973 Jason Meadows Farm Bureau Insurance 768 North Broad Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1927 Richard Swartz Griffin Insurance Agency PO Box 1357 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-9111 Ashton Loyd Innovative Insurance Solutions, LLC 116 Gasoline Alley Ste. 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (844) 776-0111 Kristina Brooks InSouth Insurance 111 Kilson Dr., Ste. 202 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6444 Josh Burger Insurance Solutions - Chip Goode 103 North Church Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-9495 Chip Goode

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Lake Norman Benefits, Inc. 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 320 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-4236 Jada Cannon Langtree Insurance 229 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 896-8470 Eric Wemyss NavStar Financial Services 219 Williamson Road Suite 2202 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7482 Larry Jones, CLTC PHP Agency 2750 E W.T. Harris Blvd Charlotte NC 28213 (630) 301-8807 Irene Nyemba Piedmont Insurance Associates, Inc. PO Box 3970 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 987-3901 Jennifer Page Sawyer Insurance & Financial Services 224 N. Main St. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-4838 T. Brett Sawyer

Jewelers On Main 118 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-4554 Brandon Ladd

Affordable Suites of America 110 Executive Center Place Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 435-0030 Affordable Suites

Lakeside Living Magazines 19106 Southport Dr. Cornelius NC 28031 (614) 302-5154 Joanie Baker

Origami Owl Custom Jewelry Glenda Moore Huntersville NC 28078 (609) 636-2364 Glenda Moore

Maya Hotels 3247 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-4899 Tina Waddell

The Destination Magazine P.O. Box 1501 Davidson NC 28036 (704) 706-2365 Lisa Jay

LANDSCAPING

Candlewood Suites Hotel 16530 Northcross Dr. Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 895-3434 Cathy Morris

A & A Landscape Supplies 2880 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 660-1000 Greg Vogel Ramsay Brothers Construction & Landscaping, Inc. PO Box 121 Cleveland NC 27013 (704) 661-5107 Rob Ramsay TruGreen PO Box 1648 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 746-9183 Michael Langley

LEGAL SERVICES Legal Shield - ID Shield The Owens Group Mooresville NC 28115 (773) 842-6606 Barbara Owens

LIGHTING SHOWROOM

Stan Granger Insurance Agency, Inc. - State Farm 224 W. Main St. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-2480 Stan Granger

LightStyles PO Box 99 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 892-3699 Skip Hulett

Summit Insurance Group, Inc. PO Box 2485 Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 657-2141 Lisa Squatriglia

Christian Tours / Burke International 4643 South NC 16 Highway Maiden NC 28650 (828) 465-3900 Mellonee Owenby

The Insurance Center PO Box 979 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5557 Bob J. Amon The MacDonald Agency Allstate Insurance 116 Morlake Dr. Suite 202 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 746-9776 Jenifer MacDonald USHealth Advisors 8604 Cliff Cameron Drive, Suite155 Charlotte NC 28269 (704) 799-8577 Julie Flasar

INTERIOR DESIGN 180 Spaces, Interior Design Mooresville NC 28117 (877) TURN-180 (877-887-6180) Beverly Schoeneck

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER Continuum P.O. Box 90 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-3255 Ellen Baker

JEWELERS/JEWELRY Alexander Zachary Jewelers 175 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3430 Bill Thunberg

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LIMOUSINE SERVICE

LIQUOR STORE Town of Mooresville A B C Store PO Box 1065 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-6152 Ervin Walls

LOAN COMPANIES Amity Finance of Mooresville, Inc. 236 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5533 Ron Johnson

LOCKSMITHS Anchor Security & Locksmith P.O. Box 3444 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 902-8135 Jason Cornell Race City Locksmiths, LLC PO Box 213 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 754-0195 John Stewart

LODGING Home 2 Suites by HiltonMooresville 209 Medical Park Rd. Mooreville NC 28117 (980) 231-1200 Chris Wood

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Carolina Inn & Suites of Lake Norman 124 Regency Center Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6188 Amit Govindji Days Inn Mooresville - Lake Norman 140 Days Inn Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-6100 Nick Kothadia Fairfield Inn by Marriott 120 Consumer Square Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6100 Tonya Thompson Hampton Inn & Suites Mooresville-Lake Norman 119 Gallery Center Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-7700 John Ferrell Hilton Garden Inn - Mooresville 159 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6468 Renee Hall Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mooresville Lake Norman 130 Norman Station Blvd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6900 Robin VanSickle SpringHill Suites by Marriott Lake Norman 121 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-0053 Beth Compton TownePlace Suites by Marriott Charlotte/Mooresville 139 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 659-8600 Beth Compton Wingate by Wyndham 122 Regency Center Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-4900 Ashley Hunt

MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS BH Media - Mooresville Tribune 222 E. Broad St. Statesville NC 28677 (704) 664-5554 John Deem Iredell Living Magazine 10225 Hickorywood Hill Ave. Unit A Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 546-5511 MacAdam Smith Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine 10225 Hickorywood Hill Ave. Unit A Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 749-8788 Sharon Simpson

MAGIC Bob Bailey - Stage Magic/ Illusions 110 Pineville Rd. Statesville NC 28672 (704) 437-6967 Bob Bailey

MANUFACTURING AGENTS/SALES REP ATag USA, Inc Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 500-1020 Jim Hind Southern States Machinery 128 Cayuga Dr., Suites A & B Mooresville NC 28117 (800) 540-9713 Bill Plourd

MANUFACTURING ANALYTICS Diversified Technology & Development, LLC 172 Waterford Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (619) 871-8442 William Coon Pactiv,LLC 314 Mooresville Blvd Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 371-5557 Kelly Rubottom

MAP COMPANY Target Marketing, Inc. 7766 Ewing Blvd., Suite 200 Florence KY 41042 (800) 933-3909 John Hensley

MARINAS/ BOAT STORAGE, SALES & RENTALS All Seasons Marina and Boatyard on Lake Norman 827 Langtree Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 892-3478 Joanne Moser Carolina Water Sports & Marine 114 Days Inn Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-4500 Jake Scott Charlotte Ski Boats 1206 Brawley School Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 525-6006 Trish Pierson Inland Sea Marina Commodore Loop Mt. Mourne NC 28123 (704) 664-4414 Joanne Moser Morningstar Marinas @ Skippers Landing 1152 Perth Road Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-3328 Brian Hart

MARKETING

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Keith Brightbill Insurance Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-9620 Keith Brightbill

Alphagraphics - Lake Norman 17111 Kenton Drive Ste. 103 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 896-9622 Mike Marlow Blarney Stone Marketing & Design Cornelius NC 28031 (706) 691-6276 Tammi Murphy Brain Stream Multi Media Group Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 252-4491 Colin Kernes i6 Graphics LLC 210 Delburg St. Davidson NC 28036 (704) 275-8888 Andrew Isaacs nvisionative, inc 265 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 248-7968 Ansel Brown OLA Design Works 844 B W. 4th St. Winston-Salem NC 27101 (336) 722-0794 Geni O’Toole Sokal Media Group 165 Cedar Pointe Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (888) 997-6525 Heather Thornton

MARTIAL ARTS Firm Foundation Martial Arts 611 N. Main St. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-9537 Jeff Blake Mangan Martial Arts Academy 241 West Center Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-3645 Bob Mangan

MASONRYCONTRACTOR Gates Construction Company, Inc. PO Box 150 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-2121 Robert Gates

MEAT MARKET Shop N Save Market, Inc. 1105 Mecklenburg Hwy. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-2155 Eddie Dingler

MEDICAL SALES AND SUPPLIES Auragraphs, LLC Sherrills Ford NC 28673 (704) 252-0954 Dennis De Vore

MEETING VENUE Christian Tours / Burke International 4643 South NC 16 Highway Maiden NC 28650 (828) 465-3900 Mellonee Owenby Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

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MERCHANDISING SERVICES Truex Management Group 156 Cayuga Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (707) 318-8883 Tony Mangini

METAL FABRICATOR Copper Innovations, Inc. 122 Summerville Dr. Unit 103 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3497 James Frary

MONUMENTS/GRAVE MARKERS Cavin-Cook Funeral Home & Crematory PO Box 977 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3363 H. Mike Cook

MORTGAGE COMPANIES Atlantic Financial Services 181 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 230-0050 Linda DiTrolio Movement Mortgage - Lisa Qualls PO Box 3901 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 906-5557 Lisa Qualls

MOSQUITO CONTROL Mosquito Hunters of Charlotte 132 Joe V Knox Ave. Suite 100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 946-8800 Troy Miller

MOTORCYCLES Interstate Cycle, Inc. 3265 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 987-9800 Matt Mechling Tilley Harley-Davidson/Buell 1226 Morland Drive Statesville NC 28677 (704) 872-3883 Zach Ponton

MOVIE THEATRE AmStar Cinemas PO Box 4117 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-9699 Jayme Walker

MOVING & STORAGE Ashe Van Lines Moving & Storage 871 Highland Ave. NE Hickory NC 28601 (828) 851-6833 Kristin Darbee Two Men And A Truck 161-B McKenzie Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 360-9679 Joe Windemuller

MUSEUM North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame 119 Knob Hill Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-5331 Laurie Olejarczyk

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Richard’s Coffee Shop / Welcome Home Veteran Inc 165 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-0488 David Parkins The Mooresville Museum, Inc. PO Box 186 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1873 Alan Bradford

OFFICE SUPPORT SERVICE Virtual Assistant Extraordinaire Troutman NC 28166 (704) 746-7248 Jessica Keyes

OIL COMPANIES

MUSEUM-ANTIQUE & RACE CARS/TRACTORS/ TOYS

Mooresville Oil & Propane Company, Inc PO Box 28 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-4926 Charles Graham

Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Museum 769 River Hwy. (Hwy 150) Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3673 Darla Beam

Raymer Automated Fuel Systems PO Box 271 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 873-7285 Dan Mitchell

MUSIC INSTRUCTION

OPTOMETRIST

Elevate Rock School - Lake Norman 131 Crosslake Park Dr #105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6001 Denise Mathern

Lake Norman Eye Care 548 Williamson Road Suite 1 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2233 Angela Harris

Rocky Mountain Music Company P.O. Box 201 Catawba NC 28609 (828) 428-2551 Michael and Rachel Christian

Mooresville Eye Care , OD PLLC 404 E. Center Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3924 Gary Roach

NAIL SALON Pinkies on Main LLC 162 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 746-9005 Jill Bieber

NETWORKING BNI- Mooresville Winners Circle 121 Rolling Hill Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 641-8395 Chris Kirkman

NURSING/REST HOMES Accordius Health at Mooresville 752 East Center Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3448 Sherri Stoltzfus, LNHA Autumn Care of Cornelius 19530 Mt. Zion Parkway Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 997-2970 Linda Collins Genesis HealthCare Mooresville Center 550 Glenwood Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-7494 Rebecca Frabell

OFFICE FURNITURE/ EQUIP/SUPPLY Document Imaging Solutions / DISC 2454 Davie Ave. Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-5419 Mark Hawks Quality Quickly, Inc. 945 Third Ave. SE, Ste. 103 Hickory NC 28602 (828) 323-8339 David T. Wagner Staples Copy Center 615 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-3400 Sondra Henderson

Spectrum Eye Care 119 Landings Dr., Ste. 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 817-4600 Michael Hall Wike, Peggy Optometrist PO Box 359 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5406 Peggy Wike

ORTHOTICS & PROSTHETICS Renew Prosthetics & Orthotics Inc. 146 Medical Park Rd. Ste. 102 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 765-9837 Mollie Matthews

PAINTING CONTRACTOR

True Value Rentals 105 Wildcat Lane Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3331 Greg Frey

PAWN SHOPS Aisle Pawn, Coin & Gun Shop 216 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5656 Bob Edmiston

PAYROLL SERVICES Charlotte Payroll 1007 Southwest Drive Davidson NC 28036 (704) 609-1256 Rod Beard Paychex 8215 Forest Blvd. Charlotte NC 28273 (585) 610-8241 Stephanie Strahan Payroll Plus, Inc. 19300 Statesville Road Suite 302 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 895-0777 John Hettwer

PET CREMATORY Pet Pilgrimage Pet Crematory & Memorials PO Box 977 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5484 Leslie Reid

PET SITTING/CARE INHOME Dog Walkers & More at Coddle Creek, LLC 1365 Coddle Creek Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-0973 Billy and Beth Harwell

PET SUPPLIES The Feed Bucket, Inc. 557 N Main St Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-2337 Jeremy Patterson

PETS

Al’s Touch of Paint, LLC PO Box 5281 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 837-6746 Andy Latortue

Furbaby Country Club 142 Consumer Square Dr Mooresville NC 28117 (336) 984-9229 Heather Trull

Richard’s Painting Co, LLC 112 E Council St Salisbury NC 28144 (704) 856-8101 Christine Gould

Pampered Pets Inn 2993 Charlotte Hwy. 21 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-3733 Karen Van Sickler

Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC P.O. Box 5878 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 682-4422 Scott Sharpe

Pet Paradise Resort 109 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-3852 Dina Beam

PAKAGING PostNet Printing & Graphics Mooresville 125 F Trade Court Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1511 Jennings Nelson

PARTY RENTAL Lake Norman Party Rentals 136 Lugnut Ln. Ste. A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-5969 Morris ‘’Mo’’ Wilson

PHARMACIES Cannon Pharmacy - Mooresville 521 E Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-9870 Ryan Yanicko HealthSmart East Pharmacy / Hallmark Store 594 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-6870 Gavin Houchins HealthSmart Pharmacy 108 Leaning Oak Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-1184 Doug Balog

Lake Norman Compounding Pharmacy, Inc. 1178 River Hwy Suite B Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 435-0756 Christy Aul Lakeside Specialty Pharmacy 480-A River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-2029 Kunal Shah Publix Super Markets, Inc. 631 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 424-5017 Kimberly Reynolds

PHOTOGRAPHY Choice Photo Studios DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation 4524 Enterprise Dr NW Concord NC 28027 (704) 360-4331 John Prendergast David Edward Photography and Videography 127 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 230-2333 David Splendorio Moments by Heather Edmunds Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 807-5017 Heather Edmunds The Freedom Of Photography 408 Northridge Ct. Mocksville NC 27028 (813) 509-1348 James Hunsberger

PHYSICAL THERAPY Advanced Health and Chiropractic & Physical Therapy 191-A West Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-1333 Christopher Knight Benchmark Physical Therapy 146 Mooresville Commons Way Suite 5E Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-0906 Derek Crane-Huston

PHYSICIAN ADMINISTRATION OFFICES Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-4277 Susan Clohecy

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Breast Care Specialists of Carolina, PLLC 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 110 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 769-3800 Princess Nicole Thomas Charlotte Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Associates @ Plantation Ridge 149 Plantation Ridge Dr. Ste. 190 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-0595 Roy Lewis Lake Norman Medical Group Gateway 157 Professsional Park Dr. Ste. A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-4676 Gabriel Fitton

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Piedmont HealthCare’s Specialty Center 359 Williamson Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-1829 Gary K. DeWeese, MD

Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-4277 Susan Clohecy

Piedmont HealthCare’s Wolfe Dermatology 114 Gateway Blvd. Unit D Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-2085 Steven F. Wolfe

Piedmont HealthCare Internal Medicine/Weight Management 128 Medical Park Road, Suite 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-1001 Amber Benfield

Tall Oaks Family Practice 798 Oak Ridge Farm Rd. Ste. A Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-0011 Terri Gander

Piedmont HealthCare Lake Norman Ears Nose & Throat 140 Gateway Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-9638 Herb Wettreich, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Foot & Ankle Center 137 Professional Park Drive Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-8336 Kurt Massey, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 150 Fairview Rd Ste 210 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-0300 Rebecca Montgomery, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9111 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Fairview Family Medicine 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 210 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-0300 Jennifer Scharbius, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5056 James W. McNabb, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Family Medicine 357 Williamson Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-7328 Timothy B. Barker, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Internal Medicine 548 Williamson Rd. Ste. 6 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-5520 John C. Gatlin, MD Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman OB/GYN 131 Medical Park Rd Suite 102 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-1282 Amber Benfield Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-1827 Naomi Simon Piedmont HealthCare’s Sailview Family Medicine 206 Joe V. Knox Ave. Ste. J Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-4801 Tiana N. Losinski, MD

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PLUMBERS Mooresville Plumbing Repair, LLC PO Box 299 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-0778 Joe Battista Thompson Plumbing & Pump Service 121 Thompson Farm Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2498 Linda Thompson Ultimate Plumbing, LLC P.O. Box 986 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 892-5843 Joe D. Hughes

PODIATRY Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Foot & Ankle Center 137 Professional Park Drive Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-8336 Kurt Massey, MD

POSTAL SERVICES PostNet Printing & Graphics Mooresville 125 F Trade Court Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1511 Jennings Nelson The UPS Store 516-D River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-8833 Craig Burk

PRE-SCHOOL/CHILD CARE Primrose School of Lake Norman 173 Raceway Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-0460 Becky & Doug Bradley The Goddard School 179 Town Square Circle Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-5006 Barbra & Gordon Bryan The Learning Experience 123 Legacy Village Blvd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-3380 Vamshi Madadi

PRESSURE WASHING Baker SoftWash Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 435-0489 Shawn Baker Finish Line Wash Pros LLC Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 794-8259 Mark Ellis

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PRINTING COMPANIES Alphagraphics - Lake Norman 17111 Kenton Drive Ste. 103 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 896-9622 Mike Marlow PostNet Printing & Graphics Mooresville 125 F Trade Court Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1511 Jennings Nelson Sir Speedy LKN 124 East Plaza Dr. Suite C Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-1911 Ashley Stevenson

PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR/ SECURITY GUARD/PATR Archangels Shield, LLC Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-2379 Kevin Bray Jan-Lee Detective Agency 153 N Main Street Ste 201 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 754-0021 Mitch Lash

PROFESSIONAL/ COLLEGE SPORTS TEAM Mooresville Spinners Baseball LLC 651 South Broad St. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 491-4112 Phillip Loftin

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT/ RENTALS Design Center at Lake Norman 532 Patterson Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-0632 Paul Streeter CES Development Corp. PO Box 5596 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6131 Claudia Garcia Dazcon Properties P.O. Box 4703 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-7510 Jack Thesier Marquis at Morrison Plantation 156 Capital Avenue Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-1015 Adrienne Evans Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7779 Kate Gaither Real Property Management Value 125 E. Plaza Dr. Ste. 118A Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 230-4074 Gene Shelley

RACING INDUSTRY Bell Racing USA, LLC 129 Talbert Pointe Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (800) 237-2700 Kyle Kietzmann

Carolina Racing Supply PO Box 4444 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-8299 Tom Sandal

WHIP Radio Station P.O. Box 600 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-9447 Steve Brewer

GoPro Motorplex 130 Motorplex Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 696-2926 Justin Marks

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL

JR Motorsports, LLC PO Box 330 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-4800 Kerry Garmon Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Museum 769 River Hwy. (Hwy 150) Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3673 Darla Beam MTJ Motorsports / Martin Truex Jr Foundation 156 Cayuga Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-1113 Todd Moore Musi Enterprises 378 B Timber Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-7051 Lizzy Musi North Carolina Motorsports Association 5555 Concord Parkway Suite 332 Concord NC 28027 (704) 455-5606 David Miller Penske Racing Inc. P.O Box 500 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-2300 Tim Cindric Performance Instruction & Training (PIT) 156 Byers Creek Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-3869 Toni Thomas Performance Motorsports Network / Race Chaser Online 115 Institute Ave. Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 444-2265 Tom Baker Riley Technologies LLC 170 Overhill Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6319 April Pruitt

Asset Services Corporation Auctioneers & Brokers P.O. Box 1487 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1582 Donald Horton Langtree Group P.O. Box 355 Mount Mourne NC 28123 (704) 746-3258 Brad Howard Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7779 Kate Gaither Our Town Associates, LLC 1055 Laskin Road Suite 100 Virginia Beach VA 23451 (757) 621-2873 Jon Wheeler Teeter Realty 207 S. Broad Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-2821 Lavette Teeter The Knox Group, Inc 16740 Birkdale Commons Pkwy., Ste. 202 Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 896-1911 Steve Knox

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL/ RESIDENTIAL Allen Tate Realtors - Kirk Ballard 864 Hunter Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 953-5620 Kirk Ballard Lake Norman Realty, Inc. 20117 West Catawba Avenue Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 663-3655 Abigail Jennings Langtree Group P.O. Box 355 Mount Mourne NC 28123 (704) 746-3258 Brad Howard

Rusty Wallace, Inc. PO Box 5510 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2700 Greg Wallace

Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7779 Kate Gaither

SRI Performance 122 Knob Hill Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6982 Alex Cummings

Titan Realty PO Box 3126 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 201-3691 Kristi Hand

Stock Car Steel & Aluminum Inc., SRI 801-A Performance Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3044 Greg Fornelli

REAL ESTATE RESIDENTIAL

RADIO STATION WSIC RADIO 1400 AM, 100.7, 105.9 FM, TV 21.2 1117 Radio Road Statesville NC 28677 (704) 872-6345 Mark Sanger

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Lake Norman Pulmonary & Critical Care Specialists, PA 170 Medical Park Road, Ste. 103 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-4094 Bonnie Moore

Bershire Hathaway Home Services - Laura BowmanMessick 7930 W. Kenton Circle Ste. 300 Huntersville NC 28078 (704) 200-4015 Laura Bowman-Messick Alford Realty Group PO Box 452 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 408-2834 Lisa Alford

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Allen Tate - Mooresville 634 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Hillary Broadway (704) 664-9333 Kirk Ballard (704) 953-5620 Stephanie Richart (704) 560-6836

Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7779 Kate Gaither

April Villines Team Brokered by EXP Realty 207 S Broad St Suite 6 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 454-8820 April Villines

Next Home at the Lake PO Box 4674 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 729-7000 Dawn McGinn

Carolina Realty World, Inc. @ Keller Williams - Debbie Jackson 118 Morlake Dr., Ste. 100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 723-1435 Debbie Jackson Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 18825 W Catawba Ave Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 987-0123 Clay Vassey Continuum 115 102 Pullman Lane Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 465-1117 Carly Lindsay

RE/MAX Executive 121 Rolling Hill Rd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-0095 Sandy McAlpine Realty ONE Group Select 249 Williamson Rd Suite 200 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 437-9113 Barry Aldridge

America’s Home Place 1206 Greenland Drive Statesville NC 28677 (704) 872-4400 Crystal Brown

RESTAURANT/CONCERT VENUE Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

RESTAURANTS Apps & Taps 155 Pinnacle Lane Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 677-7648 Jeff Burcham Arby’s Restaurant 136 B Ostwalt-Amity Rd. Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-1477 Lisa Mounts

Don Carter Real Estate Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 450-0222 Don Carter

Sarah Davis Real Estate at Keller Williams 118 Morlake Dr Suite 100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 252-7008 Sarah Davis

DR Horton Homes - America’s Builder 8001 Arrowridge Blvd Charllotte NC 28273 (704) 890-2222 Shannon Cunningham

The Bosshart Group at Keller Williams 118 Morlake Dr. Ste. 100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 450-2459 Carrie Bosshart

Eastwood Homes 2857 Westport Rd Charlotte NC 28208 (704) 399-4663 Laurie Street

Tommy Hall Realty, Inc. 19721 Bethel Church Rd. Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 450-7000 Tommy Hall

Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant 479 River Highway Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-1458 Mark Harris

Essex Homes 13000 S. Tryon St. Suite F-205 Charlotte NC 28278 (434) 996-1249 Macie Jenkins

Wilkinson ERA Realty - Karen & King Carty Realtor Broker Team 19701 W. Catawba Ave. Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 402-9370 Karen Carty

Chick-Fil-A Restaurant 457 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0401 Darin Wiggins

Helen Adams Realty - Melanie Calary Barton Mt. Ulla NC 28125 (336) 692-4478 Melanie Calary-Barton J. Cash Real Estate 109 Chuckwood Rd. Ste. 112 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-5407 Julie Cash Keller Williams Realty 118 Morlake Dr. Ste. 100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-3700 David Morgan Langtree Group P.O. Box 355 Mount Mourne NC 28123 (704) 746-3258 Brad Howard Melanie Colley Realty of Keller Williams 163 Foxtail Dr Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 775-9926 Melanie Colley Mooresville Realty PO Box 4583 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-0990 Lisa Cernuto

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REAL ESTATE INSTRUCTION Lighthouse Education Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 699-1441 Katharine Casa

RECYCLING Benfield Sanitation Service 282 Scotts Creek Road Statesville NC 28625 (704) 872-2668 Jeff McMahan L. Gordon Iron & Metal Company PO Box 1192 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 873-9004 Louis Gordon Republic Services 4062 Section House Road Hickory NC 28601 (828) 624-2450 Dotty Naidas

REPAIRS/ MAINTENANCE Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC P.O. Box 5878 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 682-4422 Scott Sharpe

Big Daddy’s Of Lake Norman, Inc. 1162 River Hwy Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-4242 Freddy Lancaster Big Tiny’s BBQ 179 N. Main St. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-1409 John & Elizabeth Maddox

Corine’s Cafe & Catering 559 East Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-7177 Corine de Vries Cracker Barrel Restaurant & Country Store 123 Regency Center Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 660-6314 Salvatore Curatolo Dairi-O Restaurant 920 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (743) 999-0105 Zack Carlton Denny’s 378 West Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-4884 Tammy Taylor Eddie’s on Lake Norman/The Reserve Room at Eddie?s 643 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2090 Ann-Margaret Wagner Epic Chophouse Restaurant 104 South Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 230-1720 Larry Sponaugle

Famous Toastery of Mooresville 170 N Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 444-2092 Stacy White

On The Nines Bistro 205 Golf Course Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-4240 Steve Jordan

FIVE GUYS Burgers & Fries Restaurant 137 Marketplace Ave Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-7500 Chris Steiner

Outback Steakhouse 592 River Highway Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-5318 Kim Stroud

Flock. Bistro, LLC 129 Marketplace Avenue A Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-0275 Anne Sheehan HANGAR33 LKN Drinks, Food, Entertainment 807 Williamson Rd. Ste. 110 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-0033 John Huffman Hickory Tavern & Catering 115 Morrison Plantation Way Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-9793 Roy Delp Hooters of Lake Norman 132 Gallery Center Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-5398 Sethra Easter Jeffrey’s Restaurant P.O. Box 1472 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-1110 Kerri Williams Jet’s Pizza 123 Trade Ct. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-0905 Todd Martinez Julia’s Talley House Restaurant PO Box 711 Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-6962 Kim Shumake Kickback Jack’s 123 Ervin Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 677-7288 Holly Elam Lancaster’s Bar B Q And Wings Restaurant & Catering PO Box 1472 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5807 Cassie Muncy

Panera Bread Bakery Cafe 574 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6433 Stephanie Khang Papa Murphy’s Pizza 654 River Hwy. Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0051 Alan Slaughenhoupt Pie In The Sky Pizza & Subs 125-2 North Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-7189 Tim and Tammy Whitener Pomodoro’s Italian American Cafe 168 Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-6686 Blake Dewey Queens Landing Dinner & Sightseeing Cruises on Lake Norman 1459 River Hwy Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-2628 Deborah Harwell Sagebrush Steakhouse Catering 140 Regency Center Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (800) 569-5484 Emmy Allen Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina 688 A Bluefield Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-7403 Dennis Patterson Showmars - Mooresville 138 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3383 John Vastis Sonny’s BBQ - Tricor, Inc. 328 W. Plaza Dr. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-0761 Steve Tubel

Little Caesars Pizza 107 Commons Dr. Unit C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-5555 Store Manager

SUBWAY - Sandwich Artists, Inc. 247-E East Plaza Dr Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 489-8721 Penny Hoover

LKN Bowls & Blends 647 Brawley School Rd Suite 102 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 997-9011 Nicole Witt

The Prickly Pear Restaurant 637 Williamson Rd. #100 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-0875 Val Panizzut

Lotus Chinese Restaurant 163 E. Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-0613 Steve Tong

The Smoke Pit 796 Concord Pkwy. North Concord NC 28027 (980) 333-5056 Alan Bishop

McDonalds 109 Limerick Dr. Mooresvile NC 28115 (704) 873-2896 Dana Brown

Victory Lanes Entertainment and Events Center 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2695 Paul Kreins

Novanta 90 Pizzeria Napoletana 120 Langtree Village Drive Ste. 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 809-1035 Lucia Caminiti

What-A-Burger Drive-Ins, Inc PO Box 566 Concord NC 28026-0566 (704) 664-5455 Mike Bost

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RESTORATION Best Option Restoration Mooresville 516-D River Highway #275 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 425-3066 Tony Westmoreland Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC P.O. Box 5878 Statesville NC 28687 (704) 682-4422 Scott Sharpe

RETAIL Clubstore Outlet 539 East Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 582-9986 Joseph Smith Batteries Plus Bulbs 261 Indian Trail Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 235-0540 Steve Park Belk Department Store 350 West Plaza Dr. Ste. A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-2593 Honor Parnell BJ’s Membership Club 141 Gallery Center Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 458-7794 Ben Newkirk Carolina Fishing Tackle, LLC 1158-A River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2912 Doyle Myrick Costco Wholesale 392 Talbert Road Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 447-9757 Troy Rea Cozy Boutique LLC 1098 Brawley School Rd. Ste. 110 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-0023 Lesley Crabb Give Back Boutique PO Box 62 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3677 Store Manager Goodwill Industries of Northwest NC, Inc 124 Fourth Crescent Place Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-5005 Cadence Blevins Hampton’s Mens Clothing 120 Langtree Village Drive Suite 105 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 230-4458 Tyler Hampton Jottit Down PO Box 1044 Troutman NC 28166 (704) 929-9985 Helen Harris JR Cigar Mooresville 130 Consumer Square Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 872-5300 Beth Stecyna

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Mainstream Boutique 126 Mooresville Commons Way, Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-9306 Charlotte Parris Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Museum 769 River Hwy. (Hwy 150) Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3673 Darla Beam OleksynPrannyk 511 South Church St. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 450-0182 Pavlo Prannyk Our Towns Habitat ReStore 121 Norman Station Blvd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 896-8957 ext. 206 Komlan Abbey Platos Closet Mooresville 335 West Plaza Drive Suite X Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 230-0715 Ashley Lawal Sam’s Club 646 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-6020 Shannen Varin Sleep Number 489-B River Hwy Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-5281 Jesus Nunez Super Sod 1060 River Highway Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-2347 Greg Nichols Wal-Mart # 01-1156 169 Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-5238 Lorresa LaFrancis WFV Designs 708 Southwest Drive Davidson NC 28036 (980) 293-4333 Tim Lail

ROOFING Copper Innovations, Inc. 122 Summerville Dr. Unit 103 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-3497 James Frary Eastern Roof Technologies PO Box 3006 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-7521 Brian Newman LKN Roofing Inc. P.O. Box 132 Mount Mourne NC 28123 (704) 556-7663 Linda Farrell Performance Roofing Systems 132 Joe V Knox, Suite 100-J Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-0300 Cristen Sullivan Race City Roofing 303 Cornelius Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-1550 David Clubb The Ray Company, Inc. P.O. Box 19150 Charlotte NC 28219 (704) 391-8001 Tim Lucey

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SCHOOLS-PUBLIC & PRIVATE Career Academy & Technical School 350 Old Murdock Rd. Troutman NC 28166 (704) 978-2791 Larry Rogers Davidson Day School 750 Jetton Street Davidson NC 28036 (704) 237-5200 Cynthia Walsh Drive! Driving School 566 Midway Lake Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 918-7457 Johanna Newman

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SPORTS ASSOCIATION

Clearwater Septic and Pumping, LLC Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 565-3255 Reginald Childers

Carolina Rapids Soccer Club 11148 Treynorth Drive Suite A Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 894-9995 Thomas Finlay

Lentz Septic Tank Service 410 Lentz Rd. Statesville NC 28625 (704) 876-1834 Lisa Parrish

Kannapolis Intimidators 2888 Moose Road Kannapolis NC 28083 (704) 932-3267 Vince Marcucci

Lentz Wastewater Management 463 Lentz Rd. Statesville NC 28625 (980) 829-3278 Jarrid Lentz

Lake Norman Soccer Club P.O. Box 3813 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3330 Leslie Gerwitz

SHOOTING CLUB

Mooresville Dragway 1255 Wilkinson Road Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-4685 Donnie Gibbs

Iredell County Partnership For Young Children 734 Salisbury Rd. Statesville NC 28677 (704) 878-9980 Lisa Familo

Point Blank Range 743 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 230-0262 Aaren Upton

Iredell-Statesville School System P.O. Box 911 Statesville NC 28677 (704) 872-8931 Brady Johnson

Christian Tours / Burke International 4643 South NC 16 Highway Maiden NC 28650 (828) 465-3900 Mellonee Owenby

Langtree Charter Academy 154 Foundation Court Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 705-1698 Shane Lis

Tasty Town USA Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 219-9456 Sarah Tuvia

Liberty Preparatory Christian Academy 246 Blume Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-3933 Amie Weir Mitchell Community College Mooresville Campus 219 N. Academy Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-1923 Robert Leslie Mitchell Community College Statesville 500 West Broad Street Statesville NC 28677 (704) 878-3200 Tim Brewer Mooresville Graded School District 305 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-2530 Stephen Mauney NASCAR Technical Institute UTI 220 Byers Creek Rd Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 658-1950 John Dodson Performance Instruction & Training (PIT) 156 Byers Creek Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-3869 Toni Thomas Pinnacle Institute of Cosmetology, Inc. PO Box 579 Matthews NC 28106-0579 (704) 235-0185 Cathy Nash

SENIOR SERVICES/CARE & PLACEMENT eHark 143 Village View Drive Suite 417 Mooresville NC 28115 (800) 651-9423 DeRay Cole

SIGHTSEEING TOURS

Mooresville Midget Football League Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 622-6171 Cliff Graves

SPORTS/RECREATION FACILITIES Cliff Hangers Rock Climbing & Fitness Gym 326 Oates Road Mooresville NC 28117 (980) 444-2650 Kris Johnson

SIGNS/SALES & SERVICE

STORAGE

Alphagraphics - Lake Norman 17111 Kenton Drive Ste. 103 Cornelius NC 28031 (704) 896-9622 Mike Marlow

Exit 42 Self Storage 139 Houston Road Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-0300 Susan Sherrill

Factory Canopies LLC 149 Byers Creek Rd. Unit 101 Mooresville NC 28117 (714) 715-1648 Todd Davis

Go Store It - Mooresville 196 E. Plaza Dr. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-0295 Sharon Morton

The Sign Post, Inc. Signs & Graphics 118 Overhill Drive Suite 104 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-1818 Andrew Juhasz

KC Mini Storage 111 Alexander Acres Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-0411 Rob Downing

Tier 1 Graphics LLC 2386 Statesville Hwy. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 662-6062 Matt Dinkel TriMaxx Graphics, LLC 133 Infield Ct. Mooresville NC 28117 (833) 874-6299 Courtney Nilsen

SMALL ENGINE REPAIR LKN Small Engine, LLC 1992 Charlotte Highway Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 677-8461 Jared Washington

SPEECH THERAPY SpeakAbility, Inc. 510 Carpenter Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-2115 Frances Gregory

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Wine Maestro 690A Bluefield Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-1452 Lisa Cogar

Mooresville Self Storage 1220 River Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6902 Katelyn Barnette

TANNING Glo-Up Face & Body 149 Marketplace Ave Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 237-0804 Diane Hall

TAX RETURNS H&R Block 168-F Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-1966 Diane Neese In His Hands Tax Service P.O.Box 766 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 577-6503 Denise Chism

SPORTING GOODS

TELEPHONE COMPANIES

Charlotte Running Co. 146 Mooresville Commons Way Suite I Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-1400 Jamie Davis

Conterra Networks 2101 Rexford Rd. Suite 200E Charlotte NC 28211 (704) 936-1817 Michael Hubbard

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T-Mobile 654 River Hwy. Ste. A Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-3052 Hector R. Calles Windstream 68 Cabarrus Ave E Concord NC 28025 (704) 780-0300 Debbie Gallagher

TELEPHONE SYSTEMS York Communications, Inc. 417 Olin Road Olin NC 28660 (704) 876-2600 Calvin York

TEST LABORATORIES Metallurgical Tech., Inc. 160 Bevan Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-5108 Samuel Pendergrass, P.E.

TIRES Mooresville Tire & Automotive Repair 1037 N. Main Street Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 799-3020 Isaac Byrd RimzOne Wheels, Tires & Accessories 2550 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-0198 Mike Mashburn Tire Masters 190 W. Plaza Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-3123 Chris Medford Tread Connection 1629 Amity Church Rd. Denver NC 28037 (704) 218-9158 Eric Burns

TRADE ASSOCIATIONS Lake Norman Home Builders Association 128 Cedar Pointe Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-5622 Beth White

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT Team Learning Services, LLC PO Box 844 Mooresville NC 28115 (980) 435-1457 David Koster

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TRANSLATION SERVICES

VACUUM SALES

Foreign Translations Mooresville NC 28115 (800) 774-5986 Bill Labbon

Carolina Vacuums & More 654 River Hwy, Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-0556 Matt Smith

TRAVEL AGENCIES

VETERINARIANS

Christian Tours / Burke International 4643 South NC 16 Highway Maiden NC 28650 (828) 465-3900 Mellonee Owenby

Aloha Veterinary Hospital 106 Stumpy Creek Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 256-8340 Ray Schlueter

Travel Plus of NC, Inc. 148 East Moore Avenue Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-5888 Jackie Rummage

TROPHIES & AWARDS Lake Norman Awards, Engraving & Glass 2785 Charlotte Hwy Suite 24 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-4662 Dan Splawn

TRUCK ACCESSORIES Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-3303 Ben Goins RimzOne Wheels, Tires & Accessories 2550 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-0198 Mike Mashburn

TRUCKING Gray Rock LLC 822 Mocksville Hwy. Statesville NC 28625 (704) 873-6901 Allison Pickett Sweet Transport Co. 1323 Jud Smith Rd. Hiddenite NC 28636 (828) 449-6563 Randy Sweet

TRUCKING COMPANIES Special Service Freight Company 3100 Yorkmont Road Charlotte NC 28217 (704) 587-0001 Steve Perriman

Brawley Animal Hospital 111 Raceway Drive Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 663-5122 Angie Finkes Lakewood Veterinary Hospital 813 Williamson Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 662-6077 Daniel Whitmore Mooresville Animal Hospital 2681 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 664-4087 Madison Cloninger Village Animal Hospital 628 Carpenter Ave Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 660-9663 Amanda Berns

VIDEO PRODUCTION/ SERVICES Anthem Film 428 South Main St, Suite B, Unit #1040 Davidson NC 28036 704-765-6015 Brett Junvik Brad Harvey Creative Mooresville NC 28115 (419) 202-9920 Brad Harvey Sand Dollar Productions, LLC Mooresville NC 28115 (336) 529-3964 Peter Kulsziski

VINYL DISTRIBUTOR World of Windows Mooresville 9100-A Perimeter Woods Drive Charlotte NC 28216 (704) 921-9898 Susan Waddell

VISITORS & CONVENTION BUREAU Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau 129 Mecklynn Rd. Suite C Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 799-2400 Sharon Webster

WASTE DISPOSAL Benfield Sanitation Service 282 Scotts Creek Road Statesville NC 28625 (704) 872-2668 Jeff McMahan

R.H. Barringer Distributing Co. 125 Seven Oaks Rd. Linwood NC 27299 (800) 273-0555 Kenny Williams Restroom Direct 129 Oak Park Drive Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 937-2673 Chris Berl United Beverages of NC, LLC P.O. Box 727 Salisbury NC 28145 (704) 633-9361 Megan Hurst

WATER TREATMENT

WINDOWS

North Carolina Water Consultants P.O. Box 5241 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 508-1706 Debbie Bonge

G & S Contracting, Inc. P.O. Box 1202 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 663-7132 George Sumrow

WEB SITE BUS/DESIGN/ HOSTING/VIRTUAL TOUR i6 Graphics LLC 210 Delburg St. Davidson NC 28036 (704) 275-8888 Andrew Isaacs McBryde Website Design 148 River Park Road Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-7052 Wayne McBryde

World of Windows Mooresville 9100-A Perimeter Woods Drive Charlotte NC 28216 (704) 921-9898 Susan Waddell

WINERY Daveste’ Vineyards 155 Lytton Farm Road Troutman NC 28166 (704) 528-3882 Dave & Ester DeFehr

WELCOMING SERVICE The Welcome Committee, Inc. P.O. Box 4673 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 660-1155 Suzanne Meyer

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Diode Technologies 219 Williamson Rd. Ste. 1103 Mooresville NC 28117 (704) 360-1081 Narish Rajana Greenworks Tools 500 N. Main Street #450 Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 658-0539 Donna Sada Industrial Motion, Inc. 111 Bevan Dr. Mooresville NC 28115 (704) 664-2200 Brian Pfeifer

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The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber’s Official Quality of Life Publication