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CONTENTS

What's Inside 8 We’re open for business 34 Getting Started 10 History

From Deep Well to today

12 From a Native

Writer Cindy Jacobs shares what makes this town home

Your partner in business

36 Downtown Mooresville Things are happening downtown

38 Economic Development An economy positioned for the future

14 Why Mooresville?

41 Water

16 Faith

42 Kid Time

18 How to live here

45 Eats

21 Education

48 Sports

Prominent community leaders share why they chose Mooresville

Live, Laugh, Love

Choose your own adventure

Schools in the Mooresville area win top honors consistently

23 Higher Education

Mitchell Community College is ready to help you achieve your dream

25 Healthcare

Healthcare providers offer services and support to the community right here

28 Arts & Culture

Mooresville’s arts scene continues to grow and flourish

32 Don’t Miss

Mark your calendars for these events

The beauty of Lake Norman lures everyone

Year-round adventure awaits here

Your taste buds will love Mooresville

Local kids gear up for sports

50 Racing

Mooresville gets the checkered flag when it comes to motorsports

53 Golf

An expert talks golf in the Southern Piedmont

56 Chamber Events

Your Chamber working for you

59 Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber Membership List

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mortality. Internationally the U.S. ranks among the top three easiest places to start a business with only Singapore and New Zealand slightly higher. Today there are more than 27 million small businesses in the United States. The small business administration considers any business with less than 500 employees to be a small business. This represents 99.7 percent of all employer firms, and they employ half of all private sector employees. During this difficult and challenging job market, it is small business that has created between 60 to 80 percent of all new jobs in our country. Minorities and women account for 20 percent of the privately owned businesses. Dr. Martin Luther King talked about the equality of opportunity. The promises put forth in our Declaration of Independence now seem even more compelling than they have in the past. “We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Are we still brave enough to walk into the unknown venture of starting a new business? Do we possess the qualities of our forefathers with a belief in our own abilities emboldened by a deep and abiding faith in a power greater that our own? The facts prove that we do. With unemployment running high, we are not running scared. We are taking our futures in our own hands and looking to find solutions undeterred by the unknown. The only limitations we face may be the limitations of our own imaginations. – Kirk Ballard, President of the Mooresville- South Iredell Chamber of Commerce

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Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber Membership List ACCOUNTANTS & CPAS Christopher Kemp, PC, CPA PO Box 180 Mooresville, NC 28115 Christopher Kemp (704) 230-4646 Corriher & Michael, PLLC 107 Kilson Dr. #205 Mooresville, NC 28117 Terry Corriher 704-663-0193 Gregory G. Holsinger, CPA PA 17105 Kenton Drive Suite 203C Cornelius, NC 28031 Greg Holsinger (704) 895-4617 Hartline, Ann B., CPA 125 E Plaza Dr. Ste 116 Westfield Center Mooresville, NC 28115 Ann Hartline 704-663-5727 John ‘’Les’’ Tilley, CPA PO Box 279 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 John Tilley (704) 662-6511 Ladd, McCall & Associates, CPA PO Box 3185 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Hill 704-664-7201 Payroll Inc. PO Box 4662 Mooresville, NC 28117 Gwen Moore (704) 799-3058 Potter & Company, CPAs 106 Welton Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Bob Taylor 704-662-3146 Wheeler & Company CPA’s PC 124 E. Plaza Drive Suite E Mooresville, NC 28115 John Wheeler 704-664-6464

ADVERTISING/ PROMOTIONAL

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Iredell Living Magazine 1670 E. Broad St., Ste. 195 Statesville, NC 28625 Myron Gough (704) 873-7307

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LKN Savings 113 E. Cold Hollow Farms Drive Mooresville , NC 28117 Diana (704) 780-4352

Abberly Green Apartment Homes 117 Abberly Green Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Danielle West (704) 502-5507

LogoNation PO Box 3847 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jennifer Watson (704) 799-0612 MI - Connection Cable P.O. Box 90 Mooresville, NC 28115 Alan Hall (704) 662-3255 Profile Display PO Box 23780 Charlotte , NC 28227 Susan Brower (704) 545-9853 Slick Events, LLC 1827 Shearers Rd. Davidson, NC 28036 Coral Riley (704) 266-0759 WSIC RADIO 1400 AM 1117 Radio Road Statesville, NC 28677 Brian Weiss (704) 872-6345

AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CONTRACTORS Arthurs Sheet Metal Co., Inc. Air Conditoning & Heating PO Box 515 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jimmy Arthurs (704) 663-2061

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Putnam Mechanical LLC HVAC/Refrigeration P.O. Box 3606 Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Fortin (704) 799-3665

Action Specialties, LLC 178 Meadow Oaks Dr. Statesville, NC 28625 Scott Southard (704) 878-8928

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

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Temperature Design, LLC PO Box 1163 Mooresville, NC 28115 Travis Donaldson (704) 309-1864

ShoppingLocal.Biz P.O. Box 5652 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Luke (980) 722-2861

ANTIQUES American Classic Antique Mall 106 N. Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Richard Carter (704) 230-4385

Carriage Club Apartment Homes 175 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Teresa Lightbody (704) 799-1950 Fountains at Mooresville Town Square 170 Mooresville Commons Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Lindsay Stanley (704) 664-1945 Mooresville Housing Authority PO Box 1087 Mooresville, NC 28115 Gary Roach (704) 664-1659 Piedmont Pointe Apartments 195 Piedmont Pointe Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Denise Lockhart (704) 662-9292 The Apartments at Birkdale Village 16725 Birkdale Commons Pkwy. Huntersville, NC 28078 Jason Bridges 704-895-7895 The Clusters Premier Rental Community 816-G Brawley School Rd Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Needham (704) 662-6644 Waterlynn Ridge Apartment Homes 123 Waterlynn Ridge Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Jennifer Nodine (704) 896-5551 Willow Creek Apartments 161 Lansing Circle Mooresville, NC 28115 Beverly Hall 704-664-4100

APPLIANCES - SALES & LEASE Sunrise Appliance Center 2315 Catawba Valley Blvd., S.E. Hickory, NC 28602 Charlynn Bowman (704) 799-1444

ARCHITECTS Adams & Associates Architecture 126 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ross Adams (704) 664-1311 Hennon Group Architects 425 E. Statesville Ave. Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28115 Scot Hennon, AIA (704) 662-9216 Roger Layman Architecture 455 S. Main Street Suite 220 Davidson, NC 28036 Roger Layman (704) 439-2931

ART GALLERIES/FRAME SHOPPES/ARTISTS Andre Christine Gallery & Sculpture Garden 148 Ervin Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Lynne Gingras (704) 664-1164 Cotton Ketchie’s Landmark Galleries 212 N. Main Street Historic Downtown Mooresville, NC 28115 Cotton Ketchie (704) 664-4122 Four Corners Framing and Gallery 112 S. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Allison Spencer (704) 662-7154 Lake Country Gallery & Frame 350 West Plaza Dr. Ste. L Mooresville, NC 28117 Brenda Vanhoy (704) 664-5022 Mooresville Artist Guild 103 W. Center Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ellen Patterson (704) 663-6661

ASSISTED LIVING Emeritus at Churchill 140 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Glenn Ferrere (704) 658-1200 Summit Place of Mooresville 128 Brawley School Rd Mooresville, NC 28117 Cyndi Caldwell (704) 799-2712

ATTORNEYS Attorney Russ West 116 S. Main St., Suite 201 Mooresville, NC 28115 Russ West (704) 664-6202

Bentz & Associates, PA Lakeside Professional Building 19453-E West Catawba Ave. Cornelius, NC 28031 Catherine Bentz (704) 892-4098 Brian R. Harwell, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 27 Mooresville, NC 28115 Brian Harwell (704) 664-1818

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The first chamber of commerce in the English-speaking world was started in New York City. The date was 1768, six years before the writing of our Declaration of Independence in 1776. The qualities of equal empowerment and the appreciation of the individual right to self-determination were the starting points to our becoming a free nation. Those first Americans coming to the New World fled poverty and were contracted into indentured servitude in order to cover the cost of transportation to the colonies. The New World held promise Kirk Ballard for those brave enough to walk into the unknown. The struggle to survive and the belief in their own abilities as well as their deep and abiding faith in power greater than their own became the foundation upon which our nation was built. We hold in great esteem the memories of our forefathers who suffered great loss so that we could be free and dream. For many, the starting of their own business is the beginning of fulfilling a dream. Each year an estimated 600,000 new employer firms open for business. Seven out of ten new businesses survive at least two years, half at least five years, one-third last at least 10 years and a quarter stay in business 15 years or more. Most people who go into small business are aware of the risks. The above figures on small business survival rates help to dispel the myths on small business

Collum & Perry, PLLC Attorneys At Law PO Box 1739 Mooresville, NC 28115 Travis Collum (704) 663-4187 Estate & Elder Law Firm of Vandiver & Bryan 18809 West Catawba Avenue Suite 102 Cornelius, NC 28031 Callan Bryan (704) 892-9355 Fisher & Phillips, LLP P.O. Box 36775 Charlotte, NC 28236 Mike Honeycutt (704) 334-4565 Homesley & Wingo Law Group PLLC 330 S. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Clifton Homesley 704-664-2162 Ronnie Crisco 704-664-2162 Laura Temple 704-664-2162 Clark Tew 704-664-2162 Andrew Wingo 704-664-2162 Homesley, Gaines & Dudley, LLP 116 Morlake Drive Suite 103A Mooresville, NC 28117 Dustin McCrary (704) 662-6072 Jones, Childers, McLurkin & Donaldson, PLLC PO Box 3010 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin Donaldson 704-664-1127 Mark Childers 704-664-1127 T.C. Homesley 704-664-1127 Elise McLurkin-Horton 704-664-1127 Walter Jones 704-664-1127 Richard Webb 704-664-1127

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From Deep Well to Today

Mooresville has come a long way in the past 400 years by Lori K. Tate

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ndy Poore knows Mooresville inside and out. He’s not only a native of Race City USA, he’s also the town historian and archivist, as well as the curator of special collections at the Mooresville Public Library. When asked to talk about Mooresville, he goes right to the beginning to get the conversation started. And what surprises most folks, especially newcomers, is that Mooresville’s beginning dates back the 1600s. Initially what was to become Mooresville began with a community formed around plantations and farms. There were several large families around at the time — the Houstons, the Templetons, the Walls, etc. Most of these families settled in what is now the Mt.

Mourne area of Iredell County. “At one point we were called the Community of Deep Well,” explains Poore. “Because Mooresville sits on a natural fault line…there was a deep well that was fed by several springs and creeks. The community came up around that.” The Catawba River also played a part in the making of Mooresville, as it was deep and wide enough to transport cotton up the river on flat-bottom boats. While the northern end of Iredell County focused on cattle and grain, the southern portion concentrated on cotton, indigo and rice. Like many other North Carolina towns, cotton led to textiles. At first farmers sent their cotton to Charlotte to be processed. Once the railroad came to town, Mooresville could send products to

bigger cities, which eventually attracted mills such as Dixie Cotton Mills and Mooresville Mills. However, during The Civil War, the tracks were taken up to keep the Richmond line running in Virginia. In 1882, the tracks returned to Mooresville. John Franklin Moore owned a lot of land in the area and eventually sold part of it so the new railroad could come through. Moore’s family also built the first train depot in town. The Moores were so prominent that the area began to be known as The Village of Moore. John Franklin fostered a sense of community by building some of the earliest buildings around the town’s depot. Up until then the area was peppered with small stores on personal property, some were even based in homes. John Franklin soon saw the need to evolve from a village to a town, so he began promoting incorporation. In the first meeting of the town’s appointed board, the members selected Mooresville, meaning Moore Village, to be the name of the town. From there, Mooresville started booming and at one time had as many as 14 operating mills. None of the town’s mills closed during The Great Depression, but that doesn’t mean Mooresville wasn’t affected. “People who lived during that time just say everyone was poor, that’s all there was

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other mill towns, Mooresville had other industries and geographical features to sustain it. The racing industry, along with corporations like Ingersoll Rand and Lowe’s Companies, Inc., plus Mooresville’s proximity to Lake Norman and Charlotte, make it a thriving area for business and recreation. If only John Franklin Moore could see his town today.

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to it,” says Poore. “It didn’t matter if you lived on Academy Street or Mill Hill, you were just poor.” When World War II occurred, Mooresville sent its own off to fight, while folks at home did everything they could to help. Three of the local mills won government contracts — Burlington Industries made parachutes, Troutman Shirt Company produced shirts while Dixie Cotton Mills manufactured pants and socks for the war. The famous American journalist Ernie Pyle wrote about the men from Iredell County in one of his columns. After the war, the mills continued to boom until the textile industry began waning all over the state. Poore says Mooresville was lucky in that all of the mills didn’t close at the same time — two still operate today. Unlike

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From a Native

Mooresville Is More Than Just a Place Writer Cindy Jacobs shares what makes this town home by Cindy Jacobs photography by "Cotton" Ketchie

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is a surprisingly dynamic and growing community. Others see little of the town character from their commute to Charlotte. Some never travel east to visit the historic downtown business district and are aware of only recent history.

As a Mooresville native, I look at things differently. I learned about the “early years” from family scrapbooks and stories heard at my great grandmother’s kitchen table, from the people who experienced the events. I know that our “mill town” was never sleepy. Attention to moving forward left no room for enjoying the status quo. Even when our manufacturing base began to erode, the community and its leaders worked to replace it with a diversified group of businesses and industries. I join others as I strive to follow in the footsteps of my family members — those who served as law enforcement officers to protect the community, as well as those who led civic organizations in their efforts to make the community a better place to live, work and raise a family. There is a comforting continuity of spirit that appreciates the “what was” because it helps to explain the “what is.” Mooresville natives have an appreciation for today’s Race City USA, with a look back at the days when Mooresville was the “best way to anywhere.” Our connections to the past are strong and, more often than not, enable “natives” to work with fellow citizens to move the town A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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forward into a promising future. There is a connection among the John Franklin Moore descendants to the first store that welcomed travelers at the Big Oak stagecoach stop. Theirs is a legacy of community action, from dedication to schools and churches to the building

of the downtown business district. The Harris family can look with pride on an uncle, Isaac Harris, who became the town’s first elected mayor and leader in the expansion of the railroad to include a route through Barber Junction to Mocksville and Winston-Salem.

Neels and Johnstons remember the days when eggs, butter and chickens were sold and shipped by train to points north, south, east and west. Troutmans, Millsaps and Macks see their legacy in action with each scoop of DeLuxe Ice Cream. Sigmons can look at the War Memorial Recreation Center and the local Soup Kitchen to find leadership in providing services to citizens. Brawley and Knox family members can look with pride to the inclusion of Lake Norman, the Great Inland Sea, into the fabric of our lives. Natives have an appreciation and understanding of how this land between the Yadkin and Catawba rivers grew and changed over a span of nearly 200 years. We are obliged to share it so that today’s citizens can stride boldly into the future, always remembering that Mooresville is more than just a place — it’s home.

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Why Mooresville?

This is Our Home Four prominent Mooresville residents share what they love about Race City USA by Lori K. Tate

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s a growing area, Mooresville happily welcomes newcomers every day. However, it’s also pretty easy to find folks who have lived most of their lives here. We asked a group of prominent Mooresville citizens about why they chose to build their lives and careers in this town just north of Charlotte. Here’s what they had to say.

Mike Cook

President/Owner Cavin-Cook Funeral Home & Crematory What do you like about Mooresville? Mooresville is a community full of opportunities and possibilities. There is still that feeling of being a community. Mike Cook Whether it is the much-awaited Christmas parade, the next church barbecue or a Chamber of Commerce event that is coming up. I am also very proud of the Mooresville Graded School System and look forward to my grandchildren enjoying their school experience here as much as I did. How has it changed? I grew up in Mooresville and have seen it transform from a small mill town where if you wanted to impress your date you would take them to Charlotte or Statesville. Now people bring their friends to Mooresville to impress

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them. I started working in downtown Mooresville when I was 14 years old. Everything seemed to be focused on the downtown area, and there was such a closeness that everyone seemed to share. I knew the storeowners, the movie theatre manager, everyone that worked for our postal system, and all of the bank managers and personnel as good friends. Now that we have grown so much, it seems that that personal feeling of knowing everyone has changed. That has been quite an adjustment for me. What makes this a special place to live? It is still all about relationships. We have so many wonderful people who grew up in Mooresville that are still living here and also very special people that are moving into our area. It is fun to make new relationships and see how much the newcomers enjoy our area. Mooresville is such a great geographic area — only a few hours east to the beaches and only a few hours west to the mountains. Have you ever lived away from here? Yes. I lived in Cincinnati, Ohio while studying for the funeral business. My family also lived in High Point for five years, but we always knew that we would come back home. My wife is a lifetime resident of Mooresville also. Why did you decide to make Mooresville your home as an adult? Even though, as I said before, we lived in two other places for a short while we always knew that we wanted to raise our family here. I grew up here, and I wanted my children and grandchildren

to enjoy the pleasures of this town. My business is Cavin-Cook Funeral Home, and it is my passion. I was fortunate enough to be hired at Cavin-Cook Funeral Home when I was just a teenager. Since then I knew that I wanted to someday own the business, and it still does not seem real that my dream has come true. What is your favorite thing to do in Mooresville? I enjoy being involved in the community. I have so enjoyed working with and for the Chamber of Commerce, being a part of such a great organization as the Mooresville Rotary Club and being involved with the Shriners and their great commitment to children. Also, I do not know anyone, young or old, that enjoys the Mooresville Christmas Parade more than I do.

John Dodson

Community/NASCAR Team Relations Director NASCAR Technical Institute Universal Technical Institute What do you like about Mooresville? I like the old historic downtown. I enjoy walking down the sidewalks, and I love seeing revitalization. I think

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it’s great if we can restore an old building rather than tear it down. How has it changed? I think more change has come in the last 25 years than in the previous 100 years in Mooresville. When the business parks were built and the race teams moved to town it was a new day, but the change that made the most impact was when “liquor by the drink” was voted into the county. When that happened all the restaurants moved to town. In my opinion, that’s when the real growth began. What makes this a special place to live? It used to be if you wanted anything significant you had to go to Charlotte, Statesville or Winston-Salem, now you can get about everything you need in Mooresville. It’s bittersweet because we don’t need the heavy traffic, but that comes with growth and growth means jobs. There’s a lot of small towns in North Carolina that would love to bottle up what we have here in Mooresville and take it home with them. We are blessed. Have you ever lived away from here? Yes, I actually grew up in a small town called Rural Hall, North Carolina and moved to Mooresville when I was 22 years old. We’ve been here for 29 years, so this is really home for me and my family. Why did you decide to make Mooresville your home as an adult? My brothers and I grew up in a NASCAR family, and racing is how we have always made our living. When I got a full-time racing job in Charlotte, we were looking to live in Mooresville because it placed us closer to Winston. When I would go to the races, my wife, Kelly, didn’t have too far to go home on the weekends. I think we made the right decision. What’s your favorite thing to do in Mooresville? I really like riding down Main Street at night with the windows down. I 2012-13

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don’t know why — I think it’s the old buildings that I enjoy. Mooresville’s just a cool little-BIG town.

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What do you like about Mooresville? The people. I think Mooresville is a wonderful southern community full of caring and compassionate people. Of course, living close to Jeff Shoe the beach and mountains is pretty hard to beat. How has it changed? When I graduated from college the population was nine to ten thousand, and our community was totally dependent on the textile industry. Highway 150 was a two-lane road, and I-77 was just being built. Now our population is around 35,000, and our economy is diversified. Plus, at times, highway 150 and I-77 are parking lots.   What makes this a special place to live? Once again the people. Having four seasons is wonderful and a big reason so many people have moved here. And who doesn’t love Lake Norman.   Have you ever lived away from here? Our family moved to Mooresville when I was in elementary school, and I’ve been here ever since.   Why did you decide to make Mooresville your home as an adult? Our family had the Ford dealership in town. So when I graduated from college I came home to work there. I thought I might stay a couple of years — that was 38 years ago.   What’s your favorite thing to do in Mooresville? Play golf and float along Lake Norman on my pontoon. Life doesn’t get much better than that.

Marketing Director Randy Marion Automotive What do you like about Mooresville? The people. How has it changed? A lot has changed. Mooresville has Jennifer Marion Mills grown. There are a lot more people, more cars and more traffic. With the growth, there are more opportunities, more restaurants to choose from and more places to shop. What makes this a special place to live? Mooresville is a great area. There is still the small town feel but you have the accessibility of a Metropolitan area. Plus our location is great. You are a short drive to the mountains or the beaches if you want to plan a weekend getaway. Have you ever lived away from here? Yes. I moved away for college and after I got married. Although my husband is from Mooresville, we moved away for a short time knowing that we wanted to move back. Why did you decide to make Mooresville your home as an adult? Mooresville is a great place to raise a family. What’s your favorite thing to do in Mooresville? I enjoy a lot Mooresville has to offer from spending time in the parks to playing on the lake.

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Faith

Live, Laugh, Love by Pastor Tom McCrea

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ometimes these three words can come off as trite — live, laugh, love. But when you think of them in regard to our spirituality, they have deep meaning. As we think of our relationship with God these three words bring encouragement and truth. The Scripture teaches that when we are committed to God our burden is lighter, and when we put our faith in him we are able to experience life more abundantly. Living becomes richer. Our problems become manageable. The focus of life is transferred from self to a higher calling. Living moves from being a chore to an opportunity to see how God is going to guide you, encourage you, use you and strengthen you. “The joy of the Lord is my strength,” says Nehemiah. In our journey of faith there are so many opportunities to look at the situations we have gotten ourselves into and realize that we can laugh at ourselves for being human. The other day I went for my morning walk, and when I returned home my wife let me know that my shirt was on inside out. While not a major social faux pa, I laughed at myself as I had been out walking with two of my friends and interacted with several fellow walkers at the park. Not taking ourselves too seriously and realizing that God gives us joy is priceless. In the Bible we see that we as followers are called to do two simple things. These include loving God and loving people.

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Many of us tend to make faith about us when really faith is about the one who created us. It’s about taking into account that God is the lead character in our story, and our role is support. When our perspective changes, and we get this truth, it transforms everything. Learning to love God changes how we love ourselves, which changes how we love others. The very act of choosing to love those he causes to cross our path brings so much love back to us that it transforms us from the inside out. In the Mooresville/Lake Norman area there are many wonderful houses of worship that share your beliefs and are equipped to help you on the journey of living, laughing and loving. These groups of kind, encouraging people are there to walk alongside of you as you face trials, enjoy the celebrations of life, and share the love of God and his people. Why don’t you choose a house of worship to visit this weekend? Why not come alongside of those who just might need your encouragement and help them to live, laugh and love? I can guarantee it will bring a smile to God and bring many blessings to you. Tom McCrea is the pastor at The Bridge, Church of the Nazarene in Mooresville. A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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How to Live Here

Choose Your Own Adventure There are many ways to make Mooresville home

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ooresville living is, in a word, magnificent. Buzzing with activity from Interstate 77 exits 31-36, people have a plethora of housing options in this picturesque community around Lake Norman that has it all — history, commerce and industry, restaurants and retail. Here’s a look at the many ways you can live and play in Mooresville.

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Historic Downtown With the revitalization of Mooresville’s town center, including the renovations of many of the old mill homes, living downtown presents a dynamic blend of vibrancy and laidback, small-town America. Greg and Dorothy Hensley, and their

son, Houston, who’s a sophomore at Mooresville High School, live in a 100-year-old home on South Academy Street, just two blocks from Main Street. Many years ago, it was owned by Hal and Florence Johnston — a well-known town business owner and former town librarian respectively, whose portrait hangs in the library today.

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Greg and Dorothy work within Mooresville’s city limits and enjoy continuing to renovate their historic home with love and care. They’ve added 1,400 square feet to the initial structure that only had one bathroom and also lacked central air-conditioning and washer/dryer hookups. “We have the rare kind of neighborhood where almost everyone knows each other and has lived on the street for many years,” explains Dorothy. She and her husband enjoy walking to performances at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, as well as the many downtown

events. “There are so many reasons we love Mooresville,” she adds. “We intend to live here for the rest of our lives.”

The ’Burbs Mooresville also has many builderdesigned quiet neighborhoods near convenient retail developments. Bill and Denise Thunberg have called Franklin Grove, south of town, home for 20 years. Bill is a former Mooresville mayor and school board member, and their grown sons both attended Mooresville schools. They enjoy their neighborhood’s

mature trees and its large pond with a footbridge over the creek to Mooresville’s Bellingham Park. “We have had hot air balloons land in our cul-de-sac over the years,” recalls Denise. “Otherwise, it’s a quiet neighborhood, where we have very dear friends.” Denise has been driving the 15-minute commute to work on the west side of town for 14 years. “I drive Brawley School Road every day, and truly, NCDOT did a very nice job with the huge widening project,” she says. “It’s wonderful.”

Historic homes abound in Downtown Mooresville. Photography by Sarah McGraw

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Lake Living

Downtown Mooresville appreciates and preserves its past.

The northeastern shores of Lake Norman are lined with waterfront homes. Some are in golf course communities, like The Point, a 1,200-acre neighborhood with an 18-hole Greg-Norman designed course, which is now owned by Donald Trump. Many communities offer boat slips, docks and ramps. Trevor and Mary Ellen Burton are enjoying their 16th year in Stonemarker, at the end of Brawley School Road. Because Trevor is a wine connoisseur, who writes the wine column for CURRENTS and does a monthly segment on WCNC-TV’s Charlotte Today, the couple added a wine cellar a couple of years after their custom-designed and built house was completed. Living on a peninsula with 400 feet of shoreline, the Burtons enjoy sitting on their patio and looking at “nothing but a wide expanse of lake and a large island (across from the property) packed with trees.” When they aren’t dining on the patio with friends, the Burtons enjoy the many fine restaurants in the Mooresville area. “It’s all here at the lake,” says Trevor, “but don’t tell too many people — they may want to move here.”

Troutman

Just north of Mooresville, you’ll find even more hometown quaintness In 1763, members of the Trautmann family left Germany for the English colonies. They sailed on the ship Neptune and landed in Connecticut. Soon they made their way into Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. By 1767, they’d moved into North Carolina to settle what would be their permanent home. Today, the area the Trautmanns picked for their homestead is the town of Troutman. The spelling changed soon after the family’s arrival. In 1905, Troutman residents petitioned the State Legislature for a Town Charter. Now, more than 2,100 people make their home in this town just north of Mooresville. Troutman’s relaxed approach to lake living, plus its close proximity to Charlotte, Greensboro and Winston-Salem make it an ideal spot to call home. Local landmarks such as Julia’s Talley House offer southern hospitality at its finest. For decades, Tally House has served some of the finest comfort food and southern cuisine around. Whether you choose to feast on fried chicken at the Talley House or visit the animals at Zootastic, Troutman’s educational zoo, you’re sure to find Troutman to be a welcoming place. — Lori K. Tate

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Education

Making the Grade Schools in the Mooresville area win top honors consistently by Lynn Roberson

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he Mooresville-South Iredell area boasts some of the highest ranked schools in North Carolina, counting among them Lake Norman High School and its feeder schools, as well as the Mooresville Graded School District. Pine Lake Preparatory is a North Carolina Charter School that also resides in Mooresville. “When parents are looking at a community, they want schools that have a track record of strong performance, so they will have a sense of assurance that their children will receive a quality education,” says Dr. Mark Edwards, superintendent of the Mooresville Graded School District. Edwards and Todd Griffin, principal of Lake Norman High School in Mooresville, cite their schools’ high graduation rates and students’ accomplishments on end-ofcourse and end-of-grade tests as key indicators of quality. Lake Norman High is part of Iredell-Statesville Schools. “What I tell people coming in is, you’re looking at a school here that ranks in the top in academic performance,” explains Griffin. “We have outstanding teachers and staff here. We have outstanding students that are passionate about pursuing a college education.” Of last year’s Lake Norman High School graduates, 430 out of 513 went on to attend four-year colleges and universities. Along with its Advanced Placement, Career Technical Education 2012-13

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The Mooresville Graded School District has earned national accolades as one of the few fully digital school districts in the nation. and Honors Courses, Lake Norman High School has formed a Visual Arts and Design Academy, a focused learning community. Students can also pursue a business pathway, and the

school is developing a digital media pathway, including graphic design. A freshman academy serves to help freshman find success, Griffin says. “We have teams of teachers in the ninth-grade who work with students,” he explains, adding that Lake Norman High School was awarded the National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence Lighthouse award in May 2012. “We offer advisory homeroom time, character education and adviseradvisee initiatives.” The Mooresville Graded School District has earned national accolades as one of the few fully digital school districts in the nation. 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. Dr. Edwards recently took part in a panel discussion regarding how to support teachers to deliver better instruction at The New York Times Education for Tomorrow conference. Through its digital conversion, the district provides individual laptops to students and teachers from 3rd through 12th grades, with a shift to MacBook Air notebook computers in 2011-2012. 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. Edwards makes it clear that the technology is not the most critical element. “The key to success is our Making Waves - Mooresville

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The Mooresville Graded School District has earned national accolades as one of the few fully digital school districts in the nation. In April 2011 the PBS NewsHour featured the district in a segment.

teachers,” he says. “The teachers with their focus on individual students, they step up, and that’s truly an incredible advantage. We live in a time, with the tools, where we can individualize and personalize work for a student.” Almost 5,800 students attend MGSD schools, with 1,635 at Mooresville High School. More than 1,900 students attend Lake Norman High School. The districts also offer a wide range of highly regarded athletic and extracurricular activities.

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Higher Education

Reaching your Full Potential Mitchell Community College is ready to help you achieve your dreams by Lee McCracken

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Founded in 1852 as a junior college in Statesville, Mitchell Community College became part of the North Carolina Community College System in 1973. Its Mooresville facility opened in 1984 in the historic downtown area, and two major expansions have helped the community college accommodate growth. The community college system is nationally recognized for providing a quality education that is both convenient and affordable. As the cost of an education at a four-year institution continues to rise, many high school graduates are opting to go to a community college for their first two years before transferring to a university. Unemployed and underemployed men and women are striving to upgrade their skills or are pursuing training for a new career through continuing education. Business, industry and new entrepreneurs are taking advantage of seminars and customized training to increase efficiency and improve profitability. “Through partnerships with business, industry and our public schools, we strive Making Waves - Mooresville

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to ensure our students are prepared to be part of a highly skilled workforce,” says Tim Brewer, president of Mitchell. “We place a strong emphasis on ‘connecting life to learning’ in the classroom to ensure the education our students receive is relevant to the careers of their choice.” Medical assisting, business and office administration, and engineering are popular programs. There’s also been a significant increase in distance learning, including both online and hybrid classes. Mitchell Community College has been recognized for Exceptional Institution Performance, which means meeting or exceeding eight performance measures and having no licensure exam with a passing rate of less than 70 percent. In addition, college transfer students have to perform as well as, or better than, University of North Carolina system students who began their college studies at a UNC institution.

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Healthcare

Keeping You Well Healthcare providers offer services and support to the community right here

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by Renee Roberson

One of the largest physician-owned and directed multi-specialty groups in North Carolina, Piedmont Healthcare offers more than 130 physicians at 45 locations in Troutman, Mooresville, Statesville and Mocksville.

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or many years, Mooresville residents have been fortunate to have access to a variety of heathcare facilities, and the tradition continues today. Local hospitals have always been committed to providing patients with top-notch care and the list of awards and accolades for patient care and community care speaks volumes. While the city of Charlotte is home to a large selection of medical services, Mooresville, as well as Iredell County offers residents the same services minus the commute.

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Iredell Memorial Hospital 557 Brookdale Drive, Statesville www.iredellmemorial.org Located in nearby Statesville, Iredell Memorial Hospital offers patients high nurse-to-patient ratios and consistently receives five-star customer service awards for patient care in advanced imaging, cancer, cardiovascular, surgical,

and women’s and children’s services. This past year, U.S. News & World Report listed Iredell Memorial as one of the top 100 hospitals in the nation. The hospital remains 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, including 147 physicians specializing in a variety of disciplines. Making Waves - Mooresville

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Piedmont Healthcare www.piedmonthealthcare.com One of the largest physician-owned and directed multi-specialty groups in North Carolina, Piedmont Healthcare offers more than 130 physicians at 45 locations in Troutman, Mooresville, Statesville and Mocksville. The physicians in Piedmont Healthcare 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 in-house laboratories. The specialties represented include family medicine, pediatrics, cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, orthopedic surgery, urgent care facilities and more. Piedmont Healthcare is also committed to supporting the community by participating in and sponsoring more than 30 local events annually, such as the American Cancer Relay for Life, Gordon Hospice House, March of Dimes, Special Olympics of North Carolina, and the United Way of Central Carolinas and Iredell County.

As part of Iredell Health System, the hospital has received certification for its Community Cancer Program and is the only diabetes program in the county to be recognized by the American Diabetes Association. Companies looking to help employees make better health decisions can take part in the health system’s Corporate Wellness Program. The hospital also has satellite offices in the nearby towns of Mooresville and Mocksville, in addition to northern Iredell County.

Lake Norman Regional Medical Center 171 Fairview Road, Mooresville www.lnrmc.com Conveniently located on 30 acres just off I-77, Lake Norman Regional Medical Center serves patients with a 123-bed

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facility, a surgical center, The Stork’s Landing Maternity Center, imaging and radiology, an orthopedic specialty center, an outpatient surgical center, a weight-loss surgical center, and the Senior Extra program for mature members of the community. The LNRMC Wellness Works program allows the center’s Occupational Health department to work in conjunction with area businesses, organized labor and government agencies to promote and develop safe and healthy work environments for employees. Lake Norman Regional Medical Center was first established as Lowrance Hospital in 1926 and operated as a non-profit hospital until 1986, when Health Management Associates, Inc. purchased the hospital and built a $41-million-dollar replacement hospital and medical campus.

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Arts & Culture

Get Your Culture Fix Mooresville’s arts scene continues to grow and flourish

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f attending a concert or strolling through an art gallery appeals to you, you’re in the right place. Mooresville offers a vibrant cultural scene that just keeps getting better, so get ready to have a good time. 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 plays here, and national acts have also

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been known to take the stage. 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 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 the Mooresville Artist Guild makes its home. Six local artists who originally met in the basement of the War Memorial building to exchange

Artist "Cotton" Ketchie captures downtown's essence. Ketchie owns Landmark Galleries in Downtown Mooresville.

ideas and simply paint founded MAG in 1955. Today MAG offers classes, workshops, exhibitions and its annual Fall Artoberfest. If you’re into galleries, a trip to “Cotton” Ketchie’s Landmark Galleries is in order. Located downtown, Landmark Galleries is filled with watercolors and photographs by Ketchie, who was born and raised in Mooresville. His work focuses on scenes A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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artists such as Norah Jones. The group’s love for music comes across with every performance. Music fans will also enjoy Music on Main, a fun concert series produced by the Mooresville Recreation Department that has featured acts like Da Throwback Band and The Fantastic Shakers in the past. The concerts are free and many of them take place on the Town Hall Lawn. Movies on Main is another program that offers family movies (mainly outdoors) during the warmer months. Whatever you decide to do, you can be sure that Mooresville offers everything you need for a culture fix. You just have to find what suits you best.

The Charles Mack Citizen Center in Downtown Mooresville is a state-of-the art facility that offers a variety of programming

from across the state of North Carolina, as well as the rocky coast of Maine and the West. Across town, you’ll find Andre Christine Gallery, which features a dynamic sculpture garden with various pieces by sculptor Dana Gingras. Gingras has a spacious studio in the basement of the gallery, so you can catch him in action from time to time. The gallery’s exhibitions are constantly changing, so you’re certain to find something you like. Each fall, local artists open their studios to visitors for The Lakeside Artist Studio Tour. Inspired by the Artist Alley Studio Tour in Blowing Rock, this tour allows people to connect with artists and find out what their work is all about. The tour takes place along the Brawley School Road peninsula on the west side of town. The Lake Norman Big Band 2012-13

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frequently plays in the area. This all-volunteer group features approximately 18 talented musicians who play big band classics as well as contemporary pieces by

The Andre Christine Gallery features a dynamic sculpture garden with various pieces by sculptor Dana Gingras.

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Grab Your Calendar You’ll never be bored here by Lori K. Tate

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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.

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.

The Wiener Race Everyone knows that Mooresville is Race City USA, but in the fall, a different kind of racing takes place when approximately 180 dachshunds

2013 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 expo is for local businesses to have an opportunity to demonstrate their products and meet one on one with potential customers. www.mooresvillenc.org.

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You don’t want to miss The Fifth Annual Great Chili Cook-Off during the fall in Mooresville. Hosted by The Rotary Clubs of Mooresville, Mooresville Lake Norman, Top of the Lake and Troutman, this event is sure to spice up your September. In the past, 30 cookers presented their chili concoctions for more than 4,000 folks to try. Chili types such as Cajun, Kansas City and Texas are always in the mix with many more. Restaurants compete in a different competition, and there’s even a contest between the local fire departments for the Five Alarm Chili Award. www.thegreatchilicookoff.com.

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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 to witness a holiday tradition

The Fifth Annual Great Chili Cook-Off

hit the streets for the Wiener Race. Sponsored by the Mooresville Downtown Commission, the Wiener Race has four divisions — puppies, seniors, juniors and adults. The dogs race in heats of six until a winner is determined. Dogs can also compete for awards in the “cutest” and “best dressed” categories. www.mooresvi llewienerrace.com.

This annual festival is a celebration of Mooresville’s arts and culture scene, in 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 food options. There’s also a Miss Race City USA Scholarship Pageant. The festival takes place in Downtown Mooresville during May. www.mooresvillenc.org.

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holiday blues with the town’s Holiday Light Spectacular. Wagon rides are also offered downtown to complete the Norman Rockwell feeling. www.downtownmooresville.com.

lawn chairs out for a night of musical entertainment. Many of the concerts take place on the Mooresville Town Hall lawn, and they are always free. www. downtownmooresville.com.

Music on Main Concert Series There’s nothing better than live music outdoors on a warm summer evening, and that’s what the Music on Main Concert Series is all about. Produced by the Mooresville Recreation Department, this concert series brings acts like Da Throwback Band and The Fantastic Shakers to town. So bring your blankets and

A volunteer works on hanging approximately50,000 to 60,000 lights for The Holiday Light Spectacular in Downtown Mooresville.

Mooresville’s winter wonderland. With 50,000 to 60,000 lights set to holiday music, you can’t help but shake the

Movies on Main This film series brought to you by the Town of Mooresville features family friendly movies for free. Films shown in the past include The Lion King, Pirates of the Caribbean and Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Movies are shown at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, as well as the Mooresville Town Hall lawn. www.ci.mooresville. nc.us.

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Getting Started

Your Partner in Business

The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce is here to help by Mike Savicki

It all starts with a business plan in the beginning stages.” That’s how Kirk Ballard, president of the Mooresville – South Iredell Chamber of Commerce, likes to begin his conversations with individuals who express an interest in starting a small business in the area. “Especially in a tough economy,” he adds, “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 is there to give necessary guidance and counsel. “The success rate for businesses is so much higher if they have a plan to follow,” says Ballard. “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.” The Chamber’s staff offers several resources. First, through an exclusive partnership with Mitchell Community College, new business leaders learn business planning skills needed to hatch their new companies. The Chamber also links proven leaders with those who need

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guidance in new business structure planning. The Chamber’s Adult Leadership Program and Junior Leadership Program teach aspiring leaders what communities need to solve the issues that hinder growth.

We keep the best interest of the new businesses in mind as we help them learn how to operate in a vibrant business community like ours. The Chamber’s Small Business Center also provides information, training, counseling referrals, and other technical and managerial assistance to small businesses or individuals who are interested in starting a small business. Over 80 “nofee” seminars and workshops cover a range of topics pertinent to every component of managing a small business. From

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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. “There is no other entity like the Chamber to bring so many disparate resources together to work towards a common good. We keep the best interest of the new businesses in mind as we help them learn how to operate in a vibrant business community like ours. And because our community is growing so rapidly, we continually have to reeducate our members and new friends about how we are staying on the leading edge of the business curve. What worked in the past might not necessarily work today,” Ballard explains. As the Mooresville — South

The Chamber’s Small Business Center also provides information, training, counseling referrals, and other technical and managerial assistance to small businesses or individuals who are interested in starting a small business.

Iredell Chamber nears its 100-year anniversary, its commitment to business development is stronger than ever before. With a renewed 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 committed to providing education and support, with an influential voice, dedicated to economic success and quality of life, and it continues to serve as the 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 selfdetermination and business success.”

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Downtown Mooresville

Things are Happening Downtown

Downtown Mooresville is as exciting as ever by Lori K. Tate owntown Mooresville is the quintessential North Carolina small town. Peppered with mom and pop businesses, as well as a hardware store that dates back to 1899, Downtown Mooresville’s friendly appeal is intoxicating. However, like most downtowns across the state, Mooresville has had its share of ups and downs. Luckily for the Lake Norman area, Downtown Mooresville now flourishes while so many other downtowns have faded away. A major factor in Downtown Mooresville’s success is the Mooresville Downtown Commission. Formed in 1987, this non-profit organization is part of the N.C. Main Street Program. MDC facilitates downtown development, creates promotions, plans and implements events, supports preservation, and supplies downtown information. “Typically an organization like ours focuses on the economics of the downtown, how to improve the use of the downtown,” says Kim Atkins, executive director of the MDC. Atkins says decades worth of work has been done to make Downtown Mooresville what it is today. “There has been property sold and renovated. If you take one piece of that out of the equation, we wouldn’t be where we are today,” she explains. “There’s been a real focused energy over the past three to five years to get

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downtown going again.” Atkins further explains that all of the MDC’s board members are volunteers and that there are many more volunteers working behind the scenes to make Downtown Mooresville the best that it can be. “There’s just really that belief that we can make a difference,” says Atkins, who lives downtown with her family. “People who live downtown typically want to be able to walk and use the services or the coffee shops or the restaurants. So there’s some of that renewed sense of let’s really make our downtown work and be usable for our surrounding neighborhoods.” Atkins says in recent years there has been almost $4 million in private investment to up-fit buildings in the downtown area. That doesn’t include the purchase of buildings, and it also doesn’t include kitchen equipment, tables and chairs in case a restaurant

Currently there are approximately 100 businesses in the Downtown Mooresville district.

wants to set up shop. Currently there are approximately 100 businesses in the Downtown Mooresville district. Those businesses range from boutiques and art galleries to a furniture showroom and hardware store. Restaurants are also beginning to get in on the action in Downtown

Mooresville. “The restaurants certainly add a whole new dimension and having the choices that we have now really helps drive that traffic and activity,” says Atkins. “It’s very hard to get people out of their shopping patterns because they get in a routine, but most people will venture out to try a new restaurant.” Atkins says if you make one improvement downtown, it allows for the next improvement to be made. “Suddenly one of these days people are going to wake up, and say ‘Wow, downtown has really grown overnight,’ ” Atkins says. “We’re making this a reality.”

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Economic Development

An Economy Positioned For the Future Mooresville is open for business by Mike Savicki

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hen new things happen in Mooresville, they happen big. And we aren’t merely talking about NASCAR and motorsports here, Mooresville and South Iredell County, the once quiet bedroom community tucked away in the Southern Piedmont, is emerging as one of the state’s strongest and most vibrant economic regions.

Ground has been broken, and the highly anticipated Langtree at the Lake development is beginning to take shape. When it is completed, the lifelong dream of Richard and Brad Howard, the fatherand-son team behind Mooresville’s Langtree Development Company, LLC, will be a commercial and residential blend of shops, single and multi-unit

homes, hotels, and restaurants linked by a glorious waterfront promenade that will undoubtedly change the landscape of Iredell County’s southernmost tip. Langtree’s northern neighbor, the headquarters of Lowe’s Corporation, is welcoming its newest neighbor like it has so many others. Since the first building on the originally planned

Ground has been broken, and the highly anticipated Langtree at the Lake development is beginning to take shape.

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$320-million campus opened nearly one decade ago, an estimated 300 vendors have set down roots to be closer to the retailer. These companies, which sell items ranging from lumber to light bulbs, have swelled Iredell County’s employment numbers, making it now more of an employment center than a bedroom suburb for Charlotte’s business commuters. Global stalwart, Ingersoll Rand (IR), which provides products and services that enhance the quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings, transport and protect food and perishables, secure homes and commercial properties, and enhance industrial productivity and efficiency, also anchors the region’s bigger business economy. Located to the southeast of Langtree, the IR campus shares a common waterfront. With 39 locations and more than 90 physicians providing comprehensive health care to people in Iredell and surrounding counties, Piedmont Health Care is one of the largest physicianowned and directed multi-specialty 2012-13

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The crown jewel of Mooresville’s robust economy is Lowe’s Corporation. In the decade since the first building on the originally planned $320 million campus opened, an estimated 300 vendors have set down roots to be closer to the retailer.

groups in North Carolina and the Southeast. Its work is gaining attention and respectability as a national model for healthcare delivery. Founded in 1997, Carolina Beer & Beverage, LLC, has a capacity to bottle more than 35 million cases annually. It incorporates the latest in high-speed can filling, batching, tunnel pasteurization and laboratory technologies. And in just over a decade, the corporation has morphed into one of the largest bottlers in the region. The area is also home to a pair of quiet giants whose global services anchor the local economy. From its Mooresville plant, Custom Products has been supplying fabricated, fireblocked seat cushions to the airline industry for more than three decades. General Microcircuits (GMI) provides design and engineering services through prototype building, testing, and assembling circuit boards and

other electronic products. So the next time you are entering Iredell County via I-77, slow down for a moment and take a peek at how Langtree at the Lake is taking shape. The Howards believe it will tie together the region’s strong economic past with its bright future and many agree. If the rich red dirt, Carolina clay and motorsports industry serve as the foundation for the region’s strong economic past then the sky is the limit for the future. “The track record clearly shows that companies like Ingersoll Rand and Lowe’s, as well as the entire motorsports industry, have changed the business landscape here in Mooresville. We have become a business center that’s second to none,” says Richard Howard. “With Langtree joining everything else that’s happening here right now, I’m excited to see what the next few years will bring.” Making Waves - Mooresville

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Water

This is Living

The beauty of Lake Norman lures everyone

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ake Norman is often referred to as North Carolina’s inland sea. With its 520 miles of shoreline and a surface area of 32,475 acres, this moniker perfectly fits. Part of this inland sea can be accessed from the southern part of Iredell County. Whether you hike the trails at Lake Norman State Park in Troutman or set off on a cruise aboard the Lady of the Lake from Queen’s Landing in Mooresville, you can enjoy all the beauty the lake has to offer. Lake Norman was created when Duke Power dammed the Catawba River in 1963. It was named after Norman Atwater Cocke, a retired president of Duke Power, and was dedicated on September 29, 1964. Governor Terry Sanford called it, “a wellspring of power for the growing Piedmont Crescent.” A wellspring of power it has turned out to be, as Lake Norman’s banks reside in four counties, attracting residents and visitors from all over the world. What began as a weekend getaway has morphed into a resort lifestyle that can be enjoyed every single day no matter what happened at the office. Spend one evening watching the sun set over its silvery waters, and you’ll see why so many folks call Lake Norman home.

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Lake Norman’s banks reside in four counties, attracting residents and visitors from all over the world.

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espite an explosive population growth in recent years, Mooresville remains a town deeply rooted in history and tradition, a trait that attracts parents and children of all ages. Only in Downtown Mooresville can you window shop the Radio Flyer wagons and Red Ryder BB guns in a hardware store that first opened its doors in 1899 and browse through the bookshelves at Mooresville Public Library, an institution that’s been in town since 1939. Along with the history of downtown, the area also continues to expand recreational opportunities, whether the members of your family are interested in racing, outdoor adventure or hands-on educational experiences, there's something for everyone here.

Play at the Parks This past year, the town of Mooresville opened two new recreational facilities for members of the public to enjoy. Cornelius Road Park celebrated its first phase opening with six lighted tennis courts, a state-of-theart play structure and walking trails. The park spans 80 acres and is located on Cornelius Road. Talbert Recreation Center, located on Talbert Pointe Drive, features two regulation high school basketball courts. Each court is equipped with six basketball goals.

Explore with Exotic Animals For animal lovers, a trip to Lazy 5 Ranch is in order. Owner Henry Hampton opened the doors to Lazy 5 Ranch in Mooresville in 1993 and has been entertaining visitors with more than 750 animals from six continents ever since. Hampton and other members of his family operate the ranch in Mooresville without federal or state funding. Giraffes, rhinoceros, camels, zebras, ringtailed lemurs, water buffalo, ostrich and pot2012-13

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bellied pigs are just a few of the animals that can be found on the ranch. Visit an antique horse barn, blacksmith shop, gift store, several petting areas and a wooden playground set during a family visit, field trip or birthday party. Choose to go through the 3 1/2-mile safari ride on a horse-drawn wagon (buckets of feed are provided) or from your own vehicle. Lazy 5 Ranch does not accept credit or debit cards so plan accordingly before your visit. Located in nearby Troutman, Zootastic Park, the brainchild of North Carolina resident Scottie Brown, opened to the public in 2010 and is also privately funded. Visitors to the park will find everything from snakes and tortoises to the more exotic red kangaroos, camels, zebras, bison, tigers, as well as a barnyard petting zoo with cows, horses and chickens. Zootastic is open seven days a week and offers educational tours, birthday parties, summer camps, as well as the annual Christmas Wonderland of Lights event. There is also a playground and picnic areas for guests. The General Store is stocked with gifts and souvenirs from around the world, as well as T-shirts, hats and treats.

Visit a Farm Located just a few miles away from Lazy 5 Ranch, two different family-owned farms offer seasonal produce and fun for visitors. Carrigan Farms sells a variety of fruits

Owner Henry Hampton opened the doors to Lazy 5 Ranch in Mooresville in 1993 and has been entertaining visitors with more than 750 animals from six continents ever since.

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and vegetables, and offers visitors the chance to pick apples, strawberries and pumpkins on a seasonal basis. This working farm also hosts educational tours and field trips, hayrides, swim parties and a “Haunted Trail” during select dates in October for guests 12 years and older. Just down the road, Patterson Farm Market & Tours, Inc. welcomes groups for a variety of offerings, such as Pumpkin Patch Tours, Spring Pizza Tours and its everpopular Strawberry Tours. The farm also offers 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.

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Family Fun Destinations Carrigan Farms

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Indoor and Outdoor Fun

Climb the challenging rock-climbing wall at The Pit.

For adrenaline seekers, The Pit Indoor Kart Racing in Mooresville promises hours of fun with both adult and youth go karts and a 70,000-square-foot racing track. In addition to racing thrills, The Pit is also home to arcade games and billiards, a rock-climbing wall, a laser tag arena, and a baseball training room. If you’re looking for a place where the whole family can enjoy a number of healthy recreational opportunities, 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 with beach entry and waterslides, outdoor sports fields, racquetball courts, and drop-in childcare. If you want to get a glimpse of Mooresville from the water, visit Queen’s Landing and hop on The Catawba Queen riverboat for a lunch or sightseeing cruise seven days a week. You can even play a round of miniature golf on the shore before you leave.

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346 East Plaza Drive Mooresville 704.799.3470 www.meetatthepit.com

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EATS

Soup’s On

Your tastebuds will love Mooresville by Trevor Burton, photography by Glenn Roberson

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o me it seems that the fine dining opportunities around the lake just keep getting better and better. Not so long ago the only option if you wanted a quality food and wine experience was to head into Charlotte. No more. If anything, the flow of traffic has reversed. Imagine that, Mooresville acting as a dining magnet. Of course, that’s just my opinion, and we all know what personal opinions are worth. But how about this for a hard metric that can back up my opinion? The ancient and prestigious dining group, the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, normally hangs out in some of Charlotte’s best restaurants to wine and dine at their splendid tables. Now they include Mooresville in their repertoire. A few months back the Chaîne took over Mooresville's Caruso’s restaurant for an evening of some of the best Italian cuisine you can find anywhere. When you drop into Pasquale Caruso’s restaurant at Brawley Commons it’s like you’re transported to an upscale trattoria somewhere on a backstreet in Rome — with ambiance and aromas to match. Magnificent. If you’re in the mood for a more domestic experience, you’re in luck again. Mosey downtown to the Epic Chophouse on South Main Street. Once inside you’ll think you’re in one of the better spots in New York or Chicago. Great steaks, great seafood and a spectacular wine list with servers who know what wines to recommend with a meal. Try the crispy fried whole flounder. Scintillating. And, while we’re on the subject A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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Epic Chophouse is a favorite place to dine in Downtown Mooresville.

of seafood, you need to try Joe Fish located in the Food Lion shopping center on route 150. If the Epic Chophouse transports you to New York or Chicago, you’re in for a trip to New England at Joe Fish. Owner Ronald LeBreton brought his years of restaurant experience in New England to our town. More importantly, he kept his seafood distributor. The fish at this place is so fresh that it seems to swim around on your plate. Delicious. Ready for a Latin experience? There are numerous Mexican restaurants to choose from. And, if you really want a treat, dine at the Prickly Pear restaurant at its new location on Lake Norman overlooking the bridge on Williamson Road. This place is unique; it’s one of the most upscale Mexican restaurants you might ever set foot in. You get to select from authentic Mexican dishes that truly fit the description, “gourmet.” And there’s an ambiance you can’t find anywhere 2012-13

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Italian cuisine is not hard to come by in Mooresville.

else. First, you can get there by boat. Second, you get to sip on your predinner margarita while watching the sun set on the lake. All this before you sample a great meal. Outstanding. There's always the occasion where

it's just a simple hamburger (or bison burger) that you're hankering after. You're in luck. Drop into the Blu Star Grill on Marketplace Avenue near Mooresville's Harris Teeter shopping center. The quality and freshness of ingredients is what makes this place special. Add some fried green tomatoes as a side to your hamburger, and you're in foodie heaven. Blissful. All of this is just the tip of a tasty iceberg. There’s a vast choice of humbler but no less excellent fare. We have a huge selection of Asian eateries, pizza restaurants, meat and three vegetable dives, and lots of sandwich restaurants. Speaking of sandwiches, a place not to be missed is Duckworth’s Grill and Taphouse. This place is home to the best Philly Cheesesteak outside The City of Brotherly Love. In fact, it beats most of what you would find up North. Yummy. Mooresville, a culinary treasure. Who’d have thought? Bon Appétit. Making Waves - Mooresville

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Sports

Ready, Set, Go Local Kids Gear Up For Sports by Mike Savicki

oung athletes from across Mooresville and the southern part of Iredell County have more opportunities than ever to take the field and participate in their favorite sports. At Mooresville’s United Soccer Academy, the skills training and personalized instruction start early for boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 12. Whether it is in camps, small group skill development sessions or in a supervised after-school practice, the year-round focus on these fields is solely on player development instead of winning. “Our program is all about bringing out the best of each player in a small group environment,” says Bobby Gordon, sports director. “We felt like there was a need to give local parents a place where they could take their kids to develop the basics of the game without the pressure of competition. Our focus is on teaching necessary soccer skills and helping kids grow into great players. That’s what makes us proud.” If the turnout of nearly 200 players at a recent Carolina Comets fall tournament team tryout in Mooresville is any indication, the sport of fast pitch softball is enjoying a tremendous rise in popularity among girls and young ladies between the ages of 8 and 18. “If you turned the clock back even 10 years, you’d be hard pressed to find thriving fast pitch softball around Lake Norman,” begins Roger McGuffey, director of the Mooresville-based Carolina Comets, an organization founded to offer

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Lacrosse lovers can pick up a stick and ball and join Lake Norman United, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting lacrosse in the Lake Norman area.

girls an opportunity to play softball at the highest levels. “What we are now seeing with softball is once you walk out on the field with the other girls and get filthy dirty and sweat together, you say ‘this is me’ and start to form the unique bonds that only

softball players share.” Lacrosse lovers can pick up a stick and ball and join Lake Norman United, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting lacrosse in the Lake Norman area and throughout the Carolinas. A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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the sport at a young age and are now playing at the next level are proof of where we came from and the tremendous influx of new players, instructors and volunteers are great

signs of where we want to go in growing the sport.” By the time these young athletes reach high school, their casual sports participation sometimes morphs into athletic rivalry. Mooresville High School is home to the Blue Devils and nearby Lake Norman High School is home to the Wildcats. Talk about competition! Not a season passes where the local papers don’t recount the wins and losses of two of the area’s strongest athletic powerhouses. Speaking of lacrosse, just this past year the Lake Norman High School men’s lacrosse team won the state championship. So whether your sport is soccer, softball, lacrosse or football, baseball, basketball, swimming, tennis, or track, you’ll find a playing field ready to welcome your young athlete. Stars are born every season under the lights in Mooresville, and the area’s next great athletic standout might just be your son or daughter. Football gets top billing at Mooresville High School, with home games played on state-of-the-art artificial turf at Coach Joe Popp Stadium.

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“The popularity of the game has grown far beyond what we initially imagined,” says Dale Tweedy, director of marketing for Lake Norman United. “The kids who first started playing

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RACING

Welcome to Race City USA Mooresville gets the checkered flag when it comes to motorsports by Mike Savicki

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ooresville is known as auto racing’s home base for good reason. In the early 1990s, as NASCAR captured the national spotlight and became the American motorsport industry’s race series of choice, team owners looked for a location where they could set down their roots and get down to the business of speed. Bypassing race friendly cities like

Daytona, Atlanta, Talladega and Richmond, team owners chose the sleepy bedroom community once nicknamed Port City. Racing had a new home in Mooresville, and the green flag waved for growth. In about the time it takes a Sprint Cup car to motor through a 500-mile race on the nearby Charlotte Motor Speedway, Mooresville transformed itself into auto racing’s new home. Industry vendors, suppliers and small businesses followed suit and joined teams and drivers by migrating to the area. Race fans were quick to follow. With more than onemillion spectators packing motorsports events throughout North Carolina each year, a visit to Race City USA is a huge part of the checkered flag experience. Visitors can spend the day touring race shops, watching crew members build and tune cars, and

exploring the history of auto racing in one of Mooresville’s auto racing museums. And if water is your thing, taking a boat tour will let you get up close and personal with many of the lakefront homes that belong to the sport’s top owners, drivers and crew members. Penske Racing’s state-of-the-art facility houses the operations of their NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series teams as well as its IZOD Indy car headquarters. Fans can catch the shop action on a 330foot 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. JR Motorsports, the 66,000-square-foot facility owned by Dale Earnhardt, Jr., is the home of JR Nation, complete with a retail store and “Dale Jr. Fan Experience” room that chronicles the life and racing career of Earnhardt, Jr. 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. NASCAR Technical Institute, the advanced motorsports training component of Universal Technical Mooresville resident Sam Hornish Jr. switched from the IndyCar Series to NASCAR.

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the largest private collection of retired NASCAR and vintage racecars on display in addition to many one-of-a-kind race items, as well as the largest known collection of racing go-karts in the world. Main Street in Downtown Mooresville is the home of 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’s in front of the Charles Mack Citizen Center. “We’ve come a long way since moonshine running turned into a multibillion dollar industry more than 60 years ago,” said North Carolina Governor Bev Purdue as she signed Executive Order 49, establishing the Governor’s Motorsports Council. “I’m taking the time to rev up our commitment to the motorsports industry, which supports thousands of high-tech jobs in North Carolina.”

Institute, is the exclusive educational partner of NASCAR. After completing the general automotive syllabus at any of UTI's national campuses, students travel to Mooresville to learn the specifics of racing. There is no other program like it in the world, and graduates find jobs globally. Race City USA is also home to such industry leaders as Roush Yates Engines, Germain Racing, DEI, Martin Truex, Jr. Motorsports, Kasey Kahne Racing and the AeroDyn Wind Tunnel. History buffs will feel at home in Mooresville as well. The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame features more than 35 racecars 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 2012-13

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hen Karen Palacios-Jansen, a golf performance specialist, Nike Golf Advisory Staff member, David Leadbettertrained instructor and AFAA certified personal trainer, leads online classes from her home studio in Mooresville, she changes the way golfers around the country approach their game. When she tees it up and works with students on any one of the varied courses close to her back yard, she enjoys some of the most varied and challenging holes anywhere in the state. It’s a combination Jansen truly appreciates. “You get a mix of the old and new in terms of golf course design in the Mooresville area,” explains Jansen, who is also the wife of Olympic gold medal speed skater, Dan Jansen.“You'll find classically designed courses that reflect typical Carolina Donald Ross-type courses that have narrow, tree-lined fairways and well-placed bunkers that guard small greens. And you'll find more modern championship courses designed by well-known architects like Rees Jones and Greg Norman, who have been able to shape courses around the unique terrain of Lake Norman.” While Mallard Head, a semi-private par 72 course at 6904 yards, and Mooresville Golf Course, a municipal

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be able to enhance our area and elevate it to world-class status,” Jansen continues. “Not that it needed improvement, in my opinion, but I welcome any upgrades that enrich our playing experience.” Jansen’s words echo what golfers from across the Southern Piedmont have long believed. While traveling to enjoy the game is fantastic, coming home to golf is uniquely special, too. “Playing day to day on a course like Trump National Charlotte like I do spoils me when I travel to other golf courses,” Jansen says. “Almost every hole has a view of the lake or of an amazing home. Nothing is more calming than looking out into the lake and seeing sailboats or wildlife. We live in a vacation environment, so even if I play other amazing golf courses, the views and amenities usually can't compare to what I have to look forward to when I return home.” And how’s this for an approach shot? “There are not too many places in the world where you can drive your boat to the golf course,” she says.

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Putnam Mechanical LLC HVAC/Refrigeration P.O. Box 3606 Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Fortin (704) 799-3665

Action Specialties, LLC 178 Meadow Oaks Dr. Statesville, NC 28625 Scott Southard (704) 878-8928

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APPLIANCES - SALES & LEASE Sunrise Appliance Center 2315 Catawba Valley Blvd., S.E. Hickory, NC 28602 Charlynn Bowman (704) 799-1444

ARCHITECTS Adams & Associates Architecture 126 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ross Adams (704) 664-1311 Hennon Group Architects 425 E. Statesville Ave. Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28115 Scot Hennon, AIA (704) 662-9216 Roger Layman Architecture 455 S. Main Street Suite 220 Davidson, NC 28036 Roger Layman (704) 439-2931

ART GALLERIES/FRAME SHOPPES/ARTISTS Andre Christine Gallery & Sculpture Garden 148 Ervin Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Lynne Gingras (704) 664-1164 Cotton Ketchie’s Landmark Galleries 212 N. Main Street Historic Downtown Mooresville, NC 28115 Cotton Ketchie (704) 664-4122 Four Corners Framing and Gallery 112 S. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Allison Spencer (704) 662-7154 Lake Country Gallery & Frame 350 West Plaza Dr. Ste. L Mooresville, NC 28117 Brenda Vanhoy (704) 664-5022 Mooresville Artist Guild 103 W. Center Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ellen Patterson (704) 663-6661

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CommunityOne Bank 141 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Debbie Tillis (704) 658-9261

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Law Office of Natalie J. Miller 548 Williamson Road Suite 2 Mooresville, NC 28117 Natalie Miller 704-662-3557

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Lee Family Motors 188 E. Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 Brian Lee (704) 658-2000

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AUCTIONEER Asset Services Corporation Auctioneers & Brokers 128 Overhill Drive, Suite 101A Mooresville, NC 28117 Donald Horton (704) 663-1582

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BANQUET FACILITY Charles Mack Citizen Center 215 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Stephanie Crisco (704) 662-3334 Oak Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast 1108 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Harold Hansen (704) 663-7085

BED & BREAKFAST Oak Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast 1108 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Harold Hansen (704) 663-7085

BOWLING George Pappas Victory Lanes Bowling 125 Morlake Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Denise Stone (704) 664-BOWL (2695)

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

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CABINETS/KITCHEN & BATH Distinctive Cabinetry & Design 129 N. Tradd St. Statesville, NC 28677 Aaron Dumford (704) 872-1870 International Kitchen & Bath, Inc. 201 Griffith Street Sadler Square Shopping Center Davidson, NC 28036 Brian Tarle (704) 892-4001

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CAR WASH Autobell Car Wash, Inc. 1521 East Third Street Charlotte, NC 28204 Judith Pittelko 704-527-9274 Mrs. Bubbles Car Wash In Bay Express 113 Windy Knoll Ln. Mooresville, NC 28117 Megan Shalvoy (704) 682-1873 Pro Shine Car Wash PO Box 5602 Mooresville, NC 28117 Matt Coffey (704) 662-0986

CARPET/RUG CLEANING Estate Carpet Cleaning LLC 234 Fremont Loop Mooresville, NC 28115 David Bregoli (704) 254-9127 Heavens Best Carpet Cleaning 174 Gibbs Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Griffin (704) 756-0208 Like New Inc. 516 Barber Loop Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Olea (704) 660-5410

CATERING A Tasteful Solution Catering and Events 1827 Shearers Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Shane Smith (704) 239-7868 Bistro Catering and Events 48 Union Street South Concord, NC 28025 Alan Bishopp (980) 621-6333 Catered Occasions Catering & Event Planning 122 Forest Cove Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Nancy Brody (704) 660-6470 Corine’s Cafe & Catering 559 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Corine Croxell (704) 663-7177

Debbie’s Heavenly Touch Catering 201 Titleist Drive Statesville, NC 28677 Alan Harris (704) 871-8039 Julia’s Talley House Restaurant PO Box 711 Troutman, NC 28166 Joe & Kim Shumake (704) 528-6962 La-tea-da’s, Inc. PO Box 35163 Charlotte, NC 28202 Chrys Woodson (704) 338-6864 Lancaster’s Bar B Q And Wings Restaurant & Catering PO Box 1472 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff & Terry Lancaster (704) 663-5807 Plain Or Fancy Catering & Party Rental PO Box 1266 Kannapolis, NC 28082 Gary Sweatt (704) 938-2409 Pomodoro’s Italian American Cafe 168 Norman Station Blvd. Consumer Square Mooresville, NC 28117 Blake Dewey (704) 663-6686

CHURCHES & MINISTERS Broad Street United Methodist Church 355 South Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Amy Freeze (704) 663-2161 Central United Methodist Church 214 N. Academy Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Robert Wiseman (704) 664-5429 Fair View United Methodist Church P.O. Box 27 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 David Calhoun (704) 664-2880 First Presbyterian Church 249 W. Mclelland Ave Mooresville, NC 28115 Clay Brown 704-664-5275 New Hope Missions Church P.O. Box 4922 Mooresville, NC 28117 Pete Varvaris (704) 928-5390 The Bridge Church 2940 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Tom McCrea (704) 664-4216

Community Housing Development Corp. of Mooresville / South Iredell PO Box 827 Mooreville, NC 28115 Jim King (704) 799-7641

North Carolina Motorsports Association 5555 Concord Parkway Suite 332 Concord, NC 28027 Shawn Stewart (704) 455-5606

Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center PO Box 825 Statesville, NC 28687 Ken Wooten (704) 883-9814

Our Towns Habitat For Humanity PO Box 1088 Davidson, NC 28036 Terry Laney (704) 896-8957

Friends of the Animals P.O. Box 3937 Mooresville, NC 28115 Patrice Reynolds (704) 235-5300

The Salvation Army P.O. Box 91 Statesville, NC 28687 Chwight Olige (704) 872-5623

HealthReach Community Clinic P.O. Box 1265 Mooresville, NC 28115 Rory Crawford (704) 663-1992

United Family Services 9624 Bailey Road Suite 290 Cornelius, NC 28031 Kathryn Firmin-Sellers (704) 655-8745

Holy Smokes Mission & Ministry Mooresville, NC 28115 Aaron Dumford (704) 264-9552 Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County 150 Fairview Road Suite 325 Mooresville, NC 28117 Karen Lawler (704) 663-0051

Sagebrush Steakhouse 140 Regency Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Christine Wittman (704) 664-7557

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

Junior Achievement of Iredell County 201 S. Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202-3212 Michelle Belt (704) 563-4863

SUBWAY - Sandwich Artists, Inc. 5074 Independence Lane Denver, NC 28037 Tracy Morgan (704) 489-8721

Triplett United Methodist Church 838 Mazeppa Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Eleanor Johnston (704) 663-4619

Lake Norman Shrine Club PO Box 772 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ben Goins (704) 768-1704

Ted’s Famous Kickin’ Chicken Restaurant & Catering 215 S. Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Patti Dayton (704) 664-2555 World Artisan Foods PO Box 5626 Mooresville, NC 28117 Dan Diotte (704) 500-2547

CHIROPRACTORS Active Spine Chiropractic - Dr. Charlet & Dr. Rich 528 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Richard Bowes, DC (704) 663-7625 Body Balance / Uhrich Chiropractic 736 Brawley School Rd Ste E Mooresville, NC 28117 C & M Uhrich (704) 662-0200 Davis Spine Associates P.O. Box 3382 Mooresville, NC 28117 Paul Davis (704) 664-6932 Lake Norman Chiropractic Center 612 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Todd Abernathy (704) 664-3455

Williamson’s Chapel UMC, Inc. 575 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Ginger Lusty (704) 664-3680

CIVIC CLUBS/COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS American Red Cross-Greater Carolina’s 2425 Park Road Charlotte, NC 28203 Howard Hanlon (704) 376-1661 Barium Springs Home for Children PO Box 1 Barium Spings, NC 28010 Jill Gibson (704) 872-4157

Mooresville Artist Guild 103 W. Center Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ellen Patterson (704) 663-6661 Mooresville Christian Mission PO Box 62 Mooresville, NC 28115 Valerie Chamberlain (704) 664-2357 Mooresville Rotary Club 5540 E. Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Gander (704) 664-6464 Mooresville Soup Kitchen PO Box 5173 Mooresville, NC 28117 Debby Hoover (704) 660-9010

Carolina Comfort Coalition at Serenity House 107 Foxtail Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Cheryl Pletcher (704) 799-0392

Mooresville-South Iredell Crime Stoppers PO Box 1250 Mooresville, NC 28115 Todd Abernathy (704) 658-9056

Community Blood Center of the Carolinas 4447 South Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28209 Kim Jones (704) 972-4700

N.C. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 205 Guffy Street Salisbury, NC 28147 David Matheny (704) 878-4230

United Way of Central Carolinas 228 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Shelly Wright (704) 664-2284

CLEANING & JANITORIAL SERVICES Ace Cleaning Services Cornelius, NC 28031 Brian Peer (704) 622-1357

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CABLE TELEVISION COMPANIES

Carolina Cleaning Services 142 Nattcotta Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Patti Myatt (704) 677-2295 Carpet Rentals, Inc. PO Box 5386 Statesville, NC 28687 James Gardner 704-872-4461 Just Clean Cleaning Service 140 River Birch Circle Mooresville, NC 28115 Karen Lynaugh (704) 659-1154 McBride’s Cleaning Services P.O. Box 45 Barium Springs , NC 28010 Stephanie McBride (704) 380-2140 RPM Professional Cleaning Service, LLC PO Box 4582 Mooresville, NC 28117 Miriam Patterson (704) 799-7850 Sir Cleans-A-Lot PO Box 4434 Mooresville, NC 28117 Angelo Lorusso (704) 641-8359

COACHING - BUSINESS Dave Ferguson - The Accountability Coach 109 Professional Park Drive, Suite 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Dave Ferguson (704) 749-2451 Vibrant Coaching P.O. Box 455 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Nicole Greer (704) 502-4953 Corporate members in red

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COMM./IND. JANITORIAL SUPPLIES

CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL

4 Corners Janitorial Supplies 811 Heatherly Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Joey Cudmore (704) 975-2577

Barger Construction Co., Inc. PO Box 30 Mooresville, NC 28115 Gerald Brown 704-663-3611

COMPUTERS-SALES/ SERVICE/PROGRAMMING

Brawley Construction Company, Inc. PO Box 1067 Mooresville, NC 28115 Allen Brawley 704-663-5270

CET Computer Repair and Training PO Box 4022 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tim Grier (704) 677-3035 Creative Dezign Concepts, Inc. 116 Morlake Drive Suite 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lynn Watson (704) 660-5100 Fast-teks On-Site Computer Services Cornelius , NC 28031 Nader Mityas (704) 439-4411

IT Management for Small Business John McCann & Associates, Inc. Computer Services, Solutions & Support 515 Canvasback Road Mooresville, NC 28117 John McCann (704) 662-6845

CONSIGNMENT Going Twice Home Furniture Consignment Store 750 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Debra Pfeifer (704) 663-0668

CONSULTING Corbett Communications, Inc. PO Box 2 Statesville, NC 28687 Jeff Corbett (704) 880-8352 H. Stan Thompson Hydrogen Economy Advancement Team 518 Beaten Path Road Mooresville, NC 28117-8982 Stan Thompson 704-664-5486 LKN Business Administration Services LLC Shoreline Loop Mooresville, NC 28117 Catherine Williams (704) 425-5229 Public Policy Consulting, LLC 175 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mitch Abraham (704) 604-5057 Solutions Fys, Inc. PMB 306 - 631-407 Brawley Sch. Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Cathy Critz 704-663-7633 Vibrant Coaching P.O. Box 455 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Nicole Greer (704) 502-4953

Choate Construction 2907 Providence Road Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28211 Sara O’ Mara 704-556-0550 G.L. Wilson Building Company 190 Wilson Park Rd Statesville, NC 28625 Tom Wilson 704-872-2411 J. K. Hogan, Inc. PO Box 1235 Cornelius, NC 28031 J. Kevin Hogan (704) 892-7713 Kearey Builders, Inc. PO Box 5159 Statesville, NC 28677 John Kearey 704-883-9811 Lindsey & Willis Construction, Inc. PO Box 1796 Mooresville, NC 28115 James Lindsey (704) 664-7223 Myers & Chapman, Inc. 1101 Woodridge Center Dr. Ste. 160 Charlotte, NC 28217 Mike North (704) 529-6661 Southern Constructors, Inc. PO Box 3216 Mooresville, NC 28117 Richard Skaff 704-663-1563

CONTRACTORS - GRADING F.J. Ervin Construction Company 380 Mackwood Rd Mooresville, NC 28115 F.J. Ervin (704) 664-5418 M.R.B. Enterprises Inc. 5250 W. NC Hwy 152 China Grove, NC 28023 Misty Beaver (704) 202-0674

CONTRACTORS RESIDENTIAL Eastwood Homes 2857 Westport Road Charlotte, NC 28208 Brandi Curotz (704) 399-4663 Kearey Builders, Inc. PO Box 5159 Statesville, NC 28677 John Kearey 704-883-9811 Niblock Homes 109 Heron Gate Drive Mooresville , NC 28117 Annie Raborn (704) 664-9499

Princeton Builders LLC P.O. Box 3490 Mooresville, NC 28117 Deborah Bowen (704) 799-0205 Spivey Construction Co., Inc P.O. Box 4268 Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Spivey 704-663-4189 White House Builders, Inc. PO Box 4301 Mooresville, NC 28117 David White 704-799-9500

COPIER SERVICE PostNet - Davidson 610 Jetton Street Suite 120 Davidson, NC 28036 Ken Rodes (704) 892-5656

CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS Lowe’s Companies, Inc. 1000 Lowe’s Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Chris Ahearn 704-758-1000

COSMETICS/SKIN CARE Mary Kay - Susan Taylor P.O. Box 1644 Mooresville, NC 28115 Susan Taylor (704) 662-2056 Merle Norman Cosmetics & Petite Spa 169 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Monica Hicks (704) 664-2610

COUNSELING Christian Counselors of Mooresville 222 Southside Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Vincent Ketchie (704) 658-0238 Partners Behavioral Health Management 200 Elkin Business Park Drive Elkin, NC 28621 Catherine Arnold 877-864-1454 Playful Connections Therapy Center 169 Kings Cross Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Kellye Slaggert MA, LPC (704) 608-6812 RTC Psychological Associates, PLLC 125 E. Plaza Drive, Suite 114 Mooresville, NC 28115 Rebecca Church (704) 663-1330

CREDIT CARD PROCESSING

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

DANCE INSTRUCTION Arthur Murray Dance Studio 19930 West Catawba Ave. Suite 250 Cornelius, NC 28031 Mark DeSantis (704) 895-5575 The Academy of Dance and Fine Arts P.O. Box 4448 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sadie Roberts-Doughten (704) 663-3169

DAY SPA Ahlara International Day Spa, Wellness Center & Marketplace 155 Joe V. Knox Avenue Mooresville, NC 28117 Sandra Harris (704) 662-0946 Divinity Spa & Salon 364 Williamson Rd., Suite 304 Mooresville, NC 28117 Dora Lunsford (704) 662-3553 Stonehaven Massage and Spa 807 Williamson Rd., Suite 103 DiamondHead Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Nelson Berry (704) 662-3303

DENTIST\ORTHODONTIST\ ORAL SURGEON Anderson Dental Group 411 East Statesville Ave Mooresville, NC 28115 Donna Martin (704) 663-3300 Catherine W. Bickley , DDS 511 Carpenter Ave. Mooresville, NC 28115 Catherine Bickley (704) 664-5311 Dr. Matthew J. Johnson / Johnson Oral Surgery 229 Medical Park Road Suite 310 Mooresville, NC 28117 Matthew Johnson (704) 799-0771 Drs. Poore, Robinson & Associates, P.A. P.O. Box 669 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff Poore (704) 663-1354 Emergency Dental Clinic of Lake Norman 484 River Hwy - Suite D Mooresville, NC 28117 (704) 662-3399

CREMATORY

Fairview Family & Cosmetic Dentistry 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 135 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lane Putnam, DDS 704-799-FAIR

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

Fryar & Davidson Dentistry Partnership P.O. Box 688 Mooresville, NC 28115 James Fryar (704) 663-1800

Heartland Payment Systems Mooresville, NC 28117 Maria Thomas (704) 754.7804

Lembo Montgomery Cosmetic & Family Dentistry 438 Williamson Rd., Suite D Mooresville, NC 28117 Kara Lembo (704) 660-1120 Miller General Dentistry, Craig D. Miller, DDS, PA 229 Medical Park Rd. Ste. 220 Mooresville, NC 28117 Melissa Miller 704-663-3200 Mooresville Oral Surgery - Dr Tony Johnson 858 Brawley School Road Suite C Mooresville, NC 28117 J. Anthony Johnson (704) 799-3555 Olsen General Dentistry P.O. Box 5052 Mooresville, NC 28117 Richard Olsen (704) 662-9111 Palmieri Dentistry, The Center for Dental Excellence 206-A Joe Knox Ave Mooresville, NC 28117 Heather Osborne (704) 662-6020 Paul H. Williams Family & Cosmetic Dentistry 106-C Argus Lane Mooresville, NC 28115 Tammy Lowman (704) 696-2557 Plantation Dental 130 Plantation Ridge Drive, Suite #201 Morrison Plantation Mooresville, NC 28117 Steven Melonakos (704) 660-5800 R. Gary Hensley DMD, PA & Associates 19824 West Catawba Avenue Suite B Cornelius, NC 28031 Crystal Harris (704) 987-9087 Randall S. Perry, DDS, PA P.O. Box 4180 Mooresville, NC 28117 Randall Perry 704-660-5955 Rita Bhat, DMD, PA 134 Professional Park Drive Suite 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Rita Bhat (704) 799-0377 Roberts Pediatric Dentistry 142 Professional Park Drive Suite 200 Mooresville, NC 28117 Charles Roberts (704) 664-5437 Saks Orthodontics 130 Argus Lane Village at Byers Creek Mooresville, NC 28117 Stephen Saks (704) 799-0399 Schneider Family & Cosmetic Dentistry 213 S. Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ken Schneider, DDS (704) 663-3691

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DERMATOLOGY/LASER SKIN CARE Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 444 Williamson Road Suite B Mooresville, NC 28117 Naomi Simon (704) 235-1827 Piedmont HealthCare’s Wolfe Dermatology 114 Gateway Blvd. Unit D Mooresville, NC 28117 Steven F. Wolfe, MD (704) 663-2085

DEVELOPERS Centralina Development Corporation, Inc. PO Box 34218 Charlotte, NC 28234-4218 Richard Vitolo 704-373-1233 Langtree Real Estate Group 229 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brad Howard (704) 746-3252 Mock Properties 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Butch Mock 704-799-6596 Old Downtown, LLC 114 Ventana Court Mooresville, NC 28117 Howard Kosofsky (980) 722-4433 R L Smith Inc 150 Hermance Ln. Mooresville, NC 28117 Ron Smith 704-663-7223 Sharon-Randall Group, LLC 1073 Briarcliff Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve McGlothlin (704) 660-9637

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT Mooresville Downtown Commission 215 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Kim Atkins (704) 662-3336

Benchwarmers Sports Complex PO Box 3245 Mooresville, NC 28117 Rick Hutcherson (704) 664-1218

DRUG/ALCOHOL TESTING/ PROGRAMS

EMBROIDERY & SCREEN PRINTING

Mobile Drug Testing of the Carolinas P.O. Box 3871 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeff Goddard (704) 239-5553

1st Choice Activewear PO Box 1310 Troutman, NC 28166 Rick Johnson (704) 528-7814

Imagine Music Group 9611 Brookdale Drive Suite 100, PMB 115 Charlotte, NC 28215 Tina Gibson (704) 596-0342

Nationwide Testing Assoc. PO Box 508 Mooresville, NC 28115 Lori Cerullo (800) 452-0030

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Mooresville - South Iredell Economic Development Corporation 151 East Iredell Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Robert Carney (704) 664-6922

Your LOGO Wear 136 Stutts Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Kimberly Brock (704) 664-1290

EQUIPMENT - SALES & RENTALS

EDUCATION RESOURCES

Armada Staffing Associates, LLC 120 South Park Dr. Ste. 404 Mooresville, NC 28117 Curtis Wheat (704) 360-2800

Race City Cookers 157 Laurel Glen Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Paul Sharp (704) 658-7427

Life with Bills, LLC 177 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Sara Thompson (704) 990-5590

Debbie’s Staffing Services 125 E. Plaza Dr. Unit 118 Mooresville, NC 28117 Joanne Altieri 704-658-0888

Mathnasium 144 Foxfield Park Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 David Speer (704) 663-6284

Dzeel Clinical Healthcare Staffing 140 Commerce Parkway Ste. 101 Garner, NC 27529 Sherri Ross (704) 560-4077

DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION

EnergyUnited P.O. Box 1831 Statesville , NC 28687 Tim Holder 704-892-0278

DOORS-OVERHEAD

Team Logo USA 148 Hickory Hill Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Ron Berst (704) 661-4751

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Safety-Kleen System Inc. 154 Eastcliff Drive SE Concord, NC 28025 Buddy Judy (336) 451-4250

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Duke Energy Carolinas 182 Talbert Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Randy Welch (704) 638-4050

Window and Door Doctor 4042 Donahue Place Davidson, NC 28036 Kenna Primm (704) 488-3728

First Impressions Embroidery & Design 402 Shinnville Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Chuck Ehl (704) 663-4828

Mott Retirement Services Inc. PO Box 673 Jamestown, NC 27282 Casey Mott (336) 509-8331

Grand Rental Station 105 Wildcat Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Terry Freeze (704) 662-3331

South Iredell Community Development Corporation (SICDC) 151 E. Iredell Ave. Mooresville, NC 28115 Robby Carney (704) 664-6922

Aqua Docks 1219 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Harry Cotten (704) 664-5434

DOG TRAINING

ENTERTAINMENT

Ligon Electric Supply Co. 130 Houston Road Troutman, NC 28166 Kevin Spears (704) 528-8081

DOCKS

Dogs By Andy K-9 Services 1040 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Andy Hanellin (704) 746-6636

ELECTRICAL-WHOLESALE SUPPLIES

WSP SELLS 128 Overhill Drive, Ste 105 Talbert Pointe Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Dan Brewer (704) 662-0100

Side Mack & Sons PO Box 267 Mooresville, NC 28115 Mitchell Mack (704) 664-4711

ELECTRIC COMPANIES/ ELECTRIC SERVICE COMP

Shred-South On-Site Document Destruction PO Box 28 Statesville, NC 28677 Steven Bograd (704) 838-6148

Overcash Electric Inc. PO Box 539 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jack Overcash 704-664-3113

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS E.F. Belk & Son, Inc. 933 Oakridge Farm Hwy Mooresville, NC 28115 Don Belk (704) 664-5959 Jessie Ross Electrical Service 127 Fern Haven Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessie Ross (704) 750-9473

Manpower Employment Services 1807 Safriet Loop Statesville, NC 28625 Amy Powell (704) 873-8183 Staffmark Employment Agency 107 Commons Dr. Ste. F Mooresville, NC 28117 Angie Rastetter 704-799-3636

ENGINEERS Metallurgical Tech., Inc. 160 Bevan Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Samuel Pendergrass, P.E. (704) 663-5108 Piedmont Design Associates, P.A. 125 E Plaza Dr. Ste 101 Mooresville, NC 28115 Donald Munday (704) 664-7888

EVENT PLANNING & DESIGN x9 Real Time Events 119 N. Main St. Ste. 204 Mooresville, NC 28115 Amy Stein (704) 910-7453

EXECUTIVE SEARCH/ RECRUITING Debbie’s Staffing Services 125 E. Plaza Dr. Unit 118 Mooresville, NC 28117 Joanne Altieri 704-658-0888 Manpower Employment Services 1807 Safriet Loop Statesville, NC 28625 Amy Powell (704) 873-8183

EXTERMINATORS Acme Pest Control / Acme Turf PO Box 5038 Mooresville, NC 28117 John Horton (704) 660-7001 Arrow Exterminators, Inc. P.O.Box 485 Mooresville , NC 28115 Jennie Wyrick (704) 664-2832 Innovative Pest Management PO Box 627 Denver, NC 28037 Ronnie Caldwell 704-489-BUGS

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

FARMS Johnson Carriage House and Meadows 116 Poplar Grove Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Lillian Johnson (704) 360-2962

FINANCIAL ADVISORS / STOCKBROKERS Edward Jones Investments Adam Bloom P.O. Box 3366 Mooresville, NC 28117 Adam Bloom (704) 662-9454 Edward Jones Investments Janice D. Lowrance 109 Professional Park Drive Suite 100, Mills Levine Bldg. Mooresville, NC 28117 Janice Lowrance 704-663-5382 Edward Jones Investments - Tim Portelance 125 E. Plaza Dr. Ste 106 Westfield Center Mooresville, NC 28115 Tim Portelance (704) 664-1918

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Sholar, Thomas DDS PO Box 1416 Mooresville, NC 28115 Thomas Sholar 704-663-7035

Financial Strategies Of Lake Norman, Inc PO Box 1352 Mooresville, NC 28115 Bryan Stanfill 704-664-7995 First Command Financial Planning - David Alley 179 Gasoline Alley Suite 206 Mooresville, NC 28117 David Alley (704) 799-2661 LPL Financial - Scott Andrew, CFP (r) 191 Broadbill Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Scott Andrew (704) 663-9041 Preferred Financial Strategies, Inc. PO Box 5366 Mooresville, NC 28117 Joyce Whitworth 704-658-1040 Whitney-Rene Wealth Management 118 Morlake Dr. Suite 201H Mooresville, NC 28117 Kris Rene (631) 336-9026

FINANCIAL ADVISORS/ SERVICES ACN Terry Hartnett 6112 Dunmoor Valley Ct. Charlotte, NC 28226 Terry Hartnett (704) 995-1598 Ameriprise Financial / Becky Johnson & Associates 17810 Statesville Rd. #322 Cornelius, NC 28031 Becky Johnson (704) 892-7575

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Ameriprise Financial / Sheri Bistreich and Associates 642 Signal Hill Drive Ext Statesville, NC 28625-4353 Sheri Bistreich (704) 872-8181 Aquesta Bank 837 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Susan Miller 704-439-1440 Brawley School Road Branch Pat Squires 704-439-1450 Bauerle Financial Inc. Mooresville, NC 28115 Todd Bauerle (704) 230-0226 CF Parks & Company, Inc. 1932 South Main Street Salisbury, NC 28144 Jennings Nelson (704) 637-6011

Succeed Where It Counts PO Box 348 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 George Gately (704) 819-6267 Thompson Financial Group 6302 Fairview Road, Suite 500 Charlotte, NC 28210 Blair Minton (704) 367-5129

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

FIRE/WATER DAMAGE

Creative Business Resources PO Box 4591 Mooresville, NC 28117 Doug Sutherland (704) 614-2341

AdvantaClean of Iredell County 119 Worley Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Doug Bassinger (704) 929-6715

Cunningham & Co. Mortgage Bankers 104 Welton Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Lisa Qualls 704-230-0691

SERVPRO of Iredell County PO Box 1650 Mooresville, NC 28115 Bob Greer (704) 872-7466

First Command Financial Planning - David Alley 179 Gasoline Alley Suite 206 Mooresville, NC 28117 David Alley (704) 799-2661

FIRST AID & SAFETY J. Cohen & Associates Inc. P.O. Box 1427 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff Cohen (704) 662-3043

FLORIST

GLASS & MIRROR

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

Maund Mirror and Glass 215 Pleasant Grove Lane Mooresville, NC 28115 Dan Maund (704) 230-7118

Willow Branch Flowers & Design 618 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Stacey Abernathy (704) 663-1467

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

FUNDRAISING Holy Smokes Mission & Ministry Mooresville, NC 28115 Aaron Dumford (704) 264-9552

FUNERAL HOMES/ CEMETERIES Cavin-Cook Funeral Home & Crematory PO Box 977 Mooresville, NC 28115 H. Mike Cook (704) 664-3363

FISHING GUIDE

Going Twice Home Furniture Consignment Store 750 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Debra Pfeifer (704) 663-0668

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

FITNESS

Merinos Home Furnishings and Rugs Warehouse 500 S. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Michal Bay (704) 660-0445

Moretz Wealth Management, LLC 181 N. Main St. Ste. 208 Mooresville, NC 28115 Garrett Moretz (704) 799-8011 National Financial Services Group 19810W. Catawba Ave. Suite A Cornelius, NC 28031 Tony Compagna 704-892-8986 Patterson Financial Associates PO Box 829 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ellen Patterson CFP 704-664-1849 Richard Oliphant 802 Linwood Rd Mooresville, NC 28115 Ritchie Oliphant (704) 663-3022 Corporate members in red Making Waves - Mooresville

Estate Carpet Cleaning LLC 234 Fremont Loop Mooresville, NC 28115 David Bregoli (704) 254-9127 Like New Inc. 516 Barber Loop Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Olea (704) 660-5410

FLOORING/CARPET/ CERAMIC TILE Above Board Flooring 836 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Andrew Linford (704) 746-1311 Carefree Floors 584 Brawley School Road Suite 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 George Garrison (704) 660-1434

GOLF/COUNTRY CLUBS GOLF SALES Mooresville Golf Course PO Box 878 Mooresville, NC 28115 Charlie Roberts (704) 663-2539 Rock Barn Golf & Spa, LLC 3791 Clubhouse Drive Conover, NC 28613 Bria James 828-459-3600 Warrior Golf Club, LLC 890 Lake Wright Road China Grove, NC 28023 Rick Houston (704) 856-0871

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Fishing With Gus / Lake Norman Ventures 7815 Lucy Lane Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Captain Gus Gustafson (704) 617-6812

FLOOR CLEANING RESIDENTIAL/BUSINESS

Sun Glass & Door 115-A North Commercial Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 David Gardner (704) 664-1177

Centralina Council of Governments / Workforce Development 525 N. Tryon St. 12th Floor Charlotte, NC 28202 David Hollars 704-372-2416

GCG Wealth Management Kevin Nervegna 104 Duval Court Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin Nervegna (704) 309-8189

Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping 155 Scanlon Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Amber Pedersen (704) 658-5553

Mooresville Glass & Mirror Co., Inc. 837 Plaza Lane Mooresville, NC 28115 Richard King (704) 664-7977

FURNITURE STORES Boyles Distinctive Furniture P.O. Box 3812 Hickory, NC 28603 Chad Hendricks (704) 662-0825

MassMutual Financial Group 6000 Fairview Rd., Ste. 400 Charlotte, NC 28210 Matt Gwilt (704) 651-7094

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Springleaf Financial Services 350 W. Plaza Dr., Suite N Mooresville, NC 28117 Elisha Holt (704) 664-9360

Sweet Dreams Mattress Inc. 638 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Greg & Katy Law 704-799-0048

GARDEN & FARM Brawley Company Garden Center 982 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Bob Brawley (704) 663-5553 Josh’s Farmers Market Mt. Ulla, NC 28125 Josh Graham (980) 721-6316

Iredell County Government P.O. Box 788 Statesville, NC 28687-0788 Ron Smith (704) 878-3000 Town Of Mooresville P.O. Box 878 Mooresville, NC 28115 N. Erskine Smith (704) 663-3800

GRAPHICS The Daniels Group Mooresville , NC 28117 Peter Geraffo (704) 658-5662

GRAPHICS PROMOTIONAL Wasabi Design Group Mooresville, NC 28117 Gina Mann (704) 728-9450

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GAS COMPANIES / GAS SERVICE COMPANIES

Barbara Pfeffer Hair Stylist/ Colorist 220 Golden Valley Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 Barbara Pfeffer (704) 929-1774

PSNC Energy 15 Overland Industrial Blvd. Asheville, NC 28806 Don Hallingse 800-222-1034

Salon Envy Inc 129-C Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Diane Burke 704-662-ENVY(3689)

Studio 126 Family Hair Salon 126 Mooresville Commons Way Ste. D Mooresville, NC 28117 Randy Wales (704) 660-1223 The Salon 403 E. Center Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Cyndi Richardson (704) 658-9992

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

HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER Acrofitness 179 Overhill Drive Talbert Pointe Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Marie Severance (704) 664-2348 CrossFit 77 17839 Caldwell Track Drive Cornelius, NC 28031 Ken Crowder (704) 918-5438 Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping 155 Scanlon Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Amber Pedersen (704) 658-5553 Fit Avenue, LLC 1201 Pine Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Molly Deaton (704) 664-5678 Fitness On Demand 24x7 2785 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Dale Smith (704) 663-8823 In-Motion Fitness & Physical Therapy Assoc. Inc. 736 Brawley School Rd., Ste. G Mooresville, NC 28117 Paul Underwood (704) 660-0096 Lowe’s YMCA 170 Joe V. Knox Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Ron Johnston (704) 716-4000 Primal Force Fitness, LLC 190 Turbyfield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne Coolidge M.Ed.,CHES, CPFT (704) 657-9520

HEALTH & NUTRITION Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping 155 Scanlon Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Amber Pedersen (704) 658-5553

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

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

Isagenix International 7565 Woods Cove Court Denver, NC 28037-8431 Susan Dykes (704) 483-4868

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

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

Primal Force Fitness, LLC 190 Turbyfield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne Coolidge M.Ed.,CHES, CPFT (704) 657-9520

Piedmont Healthcare's Lake Norman Urgent Care 125 Days Inn Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, M.D. 704-664-9111

Piedmont Healthcare Administrative offices 650 Signal Hill Drive Extension Statesville, NC 28625 Mae Jackson 704-873-4277 Piedmont Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 191-A West Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Montgomery, MD (704) 664-4000 Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville, NC 28115 James W. McNabb, MD (704) 663-5056 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Medical Associates 157-A Medical Park Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Manish G. Patel, MD (704) 658-1001 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Ears Nose & Throat 140 Gateway Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Herb Wettreich, MD (704) 664-9638 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Family Medicine 357 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Timothy B. Barker, MD (704) 664-7328 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Internal Medicine 548 Williamson Rd. Ste. 6 Mooresville, NC 28117 John C. Gatlin, MD (704) 660-5520 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Urgent Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD (704) 660-9111 Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 444 Williamson Road Suite B Mooresville, NC 28117 Naomi Simon (704) 235-1827 Piedmont HealthCare’s Nance Family Medicine 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 210 Mooresville, NC 28117 Alisa C. Nance, MD (704) 235-0300 Piedmont HealthCare’s Sailview Family Medicine 146 Medical Park Rd. Ste. 106 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tiana N. Losinski, MD (704) 360-4801

Simply Nutritious Mooresville, NC 28115 Corrine Lewis (704) 746-6242 Vidacup Nutritional Products 142 South Cardigan Way Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Donna Valdes (704) 660-VIDA Wholesome Living 128 Water Oak Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Donna Bishop (704) 880-8599

HEALTHCARE SERVICES Carolinas Healthcare System 1408 E. Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28203 Sharon Washam (704) 446-1646 Davis Spine Associates P.O. Box 3382 Mooresville, NC 28117 Paul Davis (704) 664-6932 Inpatient Care, PLLC P.O. Box 250 Mount Mourne, NC 28123 Jonathan Cowen (704) 660-4166 Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville, NC 28625 Mae Jackson (704) 873-4277 Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 191-A West Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Montgomery, MD (704) 664-4000 Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville, NC 28115 James W. McNabb, MD (704) 663-5056 Piedmont Healthcare's Lake Medical Associates 157-A Medical Park Dr Mooresville, NC 28117 Manish G. Patel, M.D. 704-658-1001 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Ears Nose & Throat 140 Gateway Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Herb Wettreich, MD (704) 664-9638

Piedmont HealthCare’s Nance Family Medicine 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 210 Mooresville, NC 28117 Alisa C. Nance, MD (704) 235-0300 Piedmont Healthcare's Mooresville Dermatology Center 444 Williamson Rd. Suite B Mooresville, NC 28117 Naomi Simon 704-235-6027 Piedmont HealthCare’s Sailview Family Medicine 146 Medical Park Rd. Ste. 106 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tiana N. Losinski, MD (704) 360-4801 Piedmont HealthCare’s Specialty Center 359 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Gary K. DeWeese, MD (704) 235-1829

HEARING AIDS/SALES & SERVICE Hearing Aids for You, Inc. 107 Kilson Drive Suite 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Martha Gates (704) 663-0223 Hearing Services & Hearing Aid Center 114 Morlake Dr. Ste. 101A Mooresville, NC 28117 Jill Howard (704) 664-7277 Lake Breeze ENT & Allergy PC 149 Plantation Ridge Dr. #190 Mooresville, NC 28117 Roy Lewis (704) 658-0595

HIGHWAY & HEAVY CIVIL ENGINEERING Dane Construction PO Box 800 Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Dane (704) 664-5042

HOME HEALTH SERVICES BAYADA Home Health Care 1321 Dixie Drive Suite D Statesville, NC 28677 Mary Leslie Yount (704) 873-7722

BrightStar of Iredell/Rowan 181 N. Main St., Ste. 124 Mooresville, NC 28115 Danielle Rose (704) 230-2273

Thomas Home Improvements 108 Chinook Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Bill and Stephanie Thomas (704) 663-3451

Catawba Regional Hospice 3975 Robinson Road Newton, NC 28658 R.M. ‘’Mac’’ Herring, RN, CHPN (828) 466-0466

Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422

Comfort Keepers - In Home Care 156 A North Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Lori Eberly (704) 663-3989 Dudley’s Home Health, Inc. 136 Corporate Park Dr. Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28117 Londa Dudley 704-799-3363 Gentiva Home Health 136 Fairview Rd. Ste. 110 Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Mackavage (704) 799-4611 Home Helpers of Lake Norman 19905 W. Catawba Ave. Suite 201 Cornelius, NC 28031 Kathleen Holden (704) 909-7958 Home Instead Senior Care PO Box 7138 Statesville, NC 28687 Tracey Gibson (704) 799-0655 Hospice & Palliative Care Lake Norman 705 Griffith Street Suite 203 Davidson, NC 28036 Nicole Wolfe 704-375-0100 Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County 150 Fairview Road Suite 325 Mooresville, NC 28117 Karen Lawler (704) 663-0051

Whole Nine Yards Corp PO Box 4735 Mooresville, NC 28117 Thomas Kurtz (704) 797-6175 World of Windows Mooresville 109 Williamson Road Suite E Mooresville, NC 28117 Pam Hartsell (704) 883-8282

HOSPITALS & CLINICS FastMed Urgent Care, Clinic, Medical Center 935 Shotwell Rd., Ste. 108 Clayton, NC 27520 Reuel Heyden (704) 235-0686 Iredell Health System / Iredell Memorial Hospital PO Box 1828 Statesville, NC 28687-1828 Kelley Daspit (704) 873-5661 Lake Norman Pain and Weight Management, LLC 444 Williamson Rd., Ste. D Mooresville, NC 28117 Chrissy Fohr (704) 662-0009 Lake Norman Regional Medical Center PO Box 3250 Mooresville, NC 28117 Leigh Whitfield (704) 660-4000

Inspiration for Aspirations, LLC 470 N. Broad St., Suite D Mooresville, NC 28115 Lynn Martin (704) 664-5363

Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Urgent Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD (704) 660-9111

Interim Health Care of the Carolinas 235 Medical Park Rd., Ste. 203 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jill Bogage (704) 658-0555

Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville 10030 Gilead Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Tanya Blackmon 704-316-4007

HOME IMPROVEMENT/ REMODELING Above Board Flooring 836 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Andrew Linford (704) 746-1311 G & S Contracting, Inc. P.O. Box 1202 Mooresville, NC 28115 George Sumrow 704-663-7132 NHance Mooresville, NC 28117 Tim Wendt (704) 807-1271

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Healing Technology 427 E. Statesville Ave. Suite #201 Mooresville, NC 28115 Taffy Kilroe (704) 576-7996

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

HUMAN RESOURCE OUTSOURCING Vibrant Coaching P.O. Box 455 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Nicole Greer (704) 502-4953 Wise HR Partnerships LLC P.O. Box 1243 Davidson, NC 28036 Cristy Carroll (704) 650-8684 Corporate members in red

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ICE CREAM/YOGURT/ CUSTARD/ITALIAN ICE Bruster’s Ice Cream 252 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Denise Underwood (704) 799-9898 Cold Stone Creamery 688-E Bluefield Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Rick Garcia (704) 799-6022 Mooresville Ice Cream Company, LLC PO Box 118 Mooresville, NC 28115 Brett French (704) 664-5456 Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt 864 Brookdale Way Stanley, NC 28164 Joe Greene (704) 664-2226 Rita’s Italian Ice 591-R River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Steven & Alessandra McKenzie (704) 664-7482

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIPS Christie Decker-Frazier Denver, NC 28037 Christie Decker-Frazier (704) 609-6664 William Brater Stateville, NC 28677 William Brater (704) 873-7223

Custom Products, Inc. PO Box 1141 Mooresville, NC 28115 David McKnight 704-663-4159

Toyo Seal America Corporation 225 Mooresville Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Peterson 704-660-9062

Lake Norman Benefits, Inc. 106 Colborne Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 David Contorno (704) 663-4236

The Lake Benefits Agency PO Box 3421 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lou Mintzer (704) 663-5814

deBotech Inc. 160 Overhill Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Hans deBot (704) 664-1361

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

Liberty Mutual Group 149 Plantation Ridge Drive Suite 170 Mooresville, NC 28117 Matt Morrison (704) 360-1840

Voelker Underwriting Services Inc. P.O. Box 562 Mooresville, NC 28115 John Voelker (704) 663-0797

INSPECTION SERVICES HOME/COMMERCIAL

Liberty National Insurance Charlotte, NC 28269 Mike Silvers (704) 839-9230

Western & Southern Life Sabrina Blue 1732 Wilkesboro Hwy. Statesville, NC 28625 Sabrina Blue (615) 474-8808

General Microcircuits, Inc. PO Box 748 Mooresville, NC 28115 Dave Dalton 704-663-5975 Goodridge USA 174 Gasoline Alley Mooresville, NC 28117 John Crnich (704) 662-9095 Greenpack, LLC 110 N Commercial Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael McGuire (704) 895-4347 Ingersoll Rand - GEO PO Box 1840 Davidson, NC 28036 Kristina Bryan 704-896-4264 Kemmler Products, Inc. 250 Canvasback Road Mooresville, NC 28117 W. Bruce Kemmler (704) 663-5678

INDUSTRIAL CLEANING

L.B. Plastics, Inc. PO Box 907 Mooresville, NC 28115 Harry Davis 704-663-1543

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

Michael Weinig, Inc. PO Box 3158 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jason Howell 704-799-0100

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY Amerifast Supply Inc. 235-3 Rolling Hill Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Lisa Ellis (704) 660-9790

INDUSTRIES/ MANUFACTURERS Ameritech-Die-Mold, Inc. 107 Knob Hill Rd Mooresville, NC 28117 Steve Rotman (704) 664-0801 Bay State Milling Company PO Box 358 Mooresville, NC 28115 Mike Dooley 704-664-4873 BestSweet Inc. PO Box 329 Mooresville, NC 28115 Richard Zulman (704) 664-4300 Cardinal FG 342 Mooresville Blvd Mooresville, NC 28115 Tina Robertson (704) 660-0900 Carolina Beverage Group, LLC PO Box 1183 Mooresville, NC 28117 Julie Wheeler 704-799-2337

NGK Ceramics USA, Inc. 119 Mazeppa Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Todd Alexander (704) 664-7000 Pep Filters 120 J Talbert Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Bill MacMinn 704-662-3133 PGI Non-Woven, Inc. 111 Excellence Way Mooresville, NC 28115 Chris Scuron (704) 664-3733 Polytec, Inc. PO Box 659 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jack Harmon 704-660-5195 Prosoft Technology, Inc C/O General Microcircuits 1133 North Main St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Lindsay Maxwell 704-663-5975 Textile Designed Machine Company 1320 Shearers Rd Mooresville, NC 28115 Richard Newton (704) 664-1374

A-Pro Advantage Inspection Services 516 D River Hwy. # 295 Mooresville, NC 28117 Joseph Forsha (704) 426-1099

INSURANCE Allstate Insurance - The Efland Group, Inc. 136 Corporate Park Dr. Ste. J Mooresville, NC 28117 Jason Efland 704-658-9900 American General Life & Accident 10601-B Huntesville Commons Dr. Huntersville, NC 28078 Michelle Boller (704) 883-6959 Aquesta Insurance Services, Inc P.O. Box 189 Cornelius, NC 28031 Denis Bilodeau CPCU, CIC (704) 892-6411 Central Carolina Insurance 283 N. Church Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Rock Pickard (704) 664-3973 Cigna/ USHealth Group 105 Fitchburg Court Mooresville, NC 28117 Julie Flasar (704) 799-8577 Griffin Insurance & Financial Nationwide PO Box 1357 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ashton Loyd 704-664-9111 Humana MarketPoint Insurance 739 Fieldstone Road Mooresville, NC 28115 David Riggsbee (704) 614-2100 Insurance Solutions 103 N. Church St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Gary Hancock (704) 664-9495 Iredell County Farm Bureau 768 North Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Scott Atwell (704) 664-1927 Jemco Insurance Services PO Box 769 Mooresville, NC 28115 John Melius (704) 663-6444 Jim C. Jarrett Agency Nationwide 584 Brawley School Road Suite 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Jarrett 704-799-1571

Long Insurance and Associates, LLC 111 Kilson Dr Ste 206 Mooresville, NC 28117 Derwin Long (704) 799-1828 Morrow Insurance & Associates 155A S. Eastway Drive Troutman, NC 28166 Craig Morrow (704) 528-6595

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER MI - Connection Cable P.O. Box 90 Mooresville, NC 28115 Alan Hall (704) 662-3255

JEWELERS/JEWELRY

NavStar Financial Services 268 Queens Cove Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Larry Jones, CLTC (704) 799-3118

Alexander Zachary Jewelers 175 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Brandon Ladd (704) 663-3430

Patterson Financial Associates PO Box 829 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ellen Patterson CFP 704-664-1849

Cookie Lee - Independent Jewelry Consultant Mooresville, NC 28117 Joanne Erbe (704) 312-0534

Pless-Haire Insurance Agency PO Box 1045 Mooresville, NC 28115 Chuck Pless 704-663-1777

Premier Designs Jewelry 515 Canvasback Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Mary Ann McCann (704) 224-6485

Sawyer Insurance 417 E. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 T. Brett Sawyer 704-664-4838

Signature Jewelers Inc. 130 Marketplace Ave., Morrison Pla. Mooresville, NC 28117 Chris Haigler (704) 664-3350

Security Plus Insurance - Blue Cross Blue Shield PO Box 2697 Cornelius, NC 28031 Richard Wilson (704) 892-7210 State Farm Insurance - Jeff Campbell 13860 Ballantyne Corp Place Suite 500 Charlotte, NC 28277 Dana Berry (704) 759-2382 State Farm Insurance - Stan Granger P.O. Box 5566 Mooresville, NC 28117 Stan Granger (704) 799-2480 State Farm Insurance and Financial Services - Sally Brooks 491 Williamson Road Suite 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sally Brooks 704-799-6400 The Insurance Center PO Box 979 Mooresville, NC 28115 Bob J. Amon (704) 663-5557

Silpada Designs - Independent Representative Taylorsville, NC 28681 Luz Crespo (828) 228-4801 Traci Lynn Jewelry Mooresville, NC 28115 Stacey Dukes (704) 345-3764

LANDSCAPING Bio Green All Natural Lawn Fertilization Service 260 Blueberry Hill Drive Statesville, NC 28625 Scott Trevisan (704) 500-6788 Go Green Carolina LLC 251 Royalton Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Brian Horan (704) 608-1578 Landscape Concepts Inc. 4215 Cauble Road Salisbury, NC 28144 Victor Smith (704) 630-6675 McLaurin’s Landscaping & Services Mooresville, NC 28115 Emory McLaurin (704) 363-2408

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Hilton Garden Inn - Mooresville 159 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Hall (704) 663-6468

Old Hickory Landscaping P.O. Box 1627 Mooresville, NC 28115 Russell Reagan (704) 657-7151

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mooresville Lake Norman 130 Norman Station Blvd Mooresville, NC 28117 Chuck Burtonshaw (704) 662-6900

Ramsay Brothers Construction & Landscaping, Inc. Mt. Ulla, NC 28125 Rob Ramsay (704) 696-0297

LANGUAGE EDUCATION Learn Spanish NC PO Box 5248 Mooresville, NC 28117 Angela Sendler (704) 902-5156

LIGHTING SHOWROOM Ligon Electric Supply Co. 130 Houston Road Troutman, NC 28166 Kevin Spears (704) 528-8081

LIMOUSINE SERVICE Christian Tours / Burke International PO Box 890 Newton, NC 28658 Mellonee Owenby (828) 465-3900

LIQUOR STORE Mooresville A B C PO Box 1065 Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Deaton (704) 663-6152

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

LOCKSMITHS Anchor Security & Locksmith P.O. Box 3444 Mooresville , NC 28117 Dave Phillips (704) 902-8136 Kwik Keys Lock & Safe, Inc. PO Box 5388 Mooresville, NC 28117 Dave Drescher 704-664-KEYS (5397)

LODGING Candlewood Suites 3247 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Ami Stenhouse (704) 360-4899 Fairfield Inn by Marriott 120 Consumer Square Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Tonya Thompson (704) 663-6100 Hampton Inn & Suites Mooresville 119 Gallery Center Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Vicky Gunther (704) 660-7700

Quality Inn & Suites 138 Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Dipen Patel (704) 664-6556 Sleep Inn & Suites PO Box 4053 Mooresville, NC 28117 Nitesh Lala (704) 799-7070 Springhill Suites by Marriott Lake Norman 121 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville, NC 28117 Drew Caudle (704) 658-0053 Super 8 Motel/H&A Corp. 124 Regency Center Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Champak Patel (704) 662-6188 TownePlace Suites by Marriott Charlotte/Mooresville 139 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville, NC 28117 Christine Patterson (704) 659-8600

MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS Business Today PO Box 2062 Cornelius, NC 28031 Dave Yochum (704) 895-1335 Coffee News 317 Lantz Ave. Salisbury, NC 28144 Alicia Post (704) 232-0923 Iredell Living Magazine 1670 E. Broad St., Ste. 195 Statesville, NC 28625 Myron Gough (704) 873-7307 Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine PO Box 1676 Cornelius, NC 28031 Sharon Simpson (704) 749-8788 Mooresville Tribune PO Box 300 Mooresville, NC 28115 Dale Gowing (704) 664-5554 Mooresville Weekly Newspaper 501-B S. Old Statesville Rd. Huntersville, NC 28078 Justin Vick (704) 766-2100 Sophie Woman’s Magazine 21 East A Street Newton, NC 28658 Judy Smith (828) 466-0122

The Charlotte Observer and Lake Norman Magazine 20916 Torrence Chapel Rd. Ste. C-1 Cornelius, NC 28031 Sara Sellers (704) 987-3660 The Mecklenburg Times 1611 E. 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28204 Maggy Jones (704) 377-6221

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

MARINAS & BOAT SALES All Seasons Marina All Seasons Marina ATTN: Joanne Moser 827 Langtree Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Joanne Moser (704) 892-3478 MorningStar Marinas @ Skipper’s Landing 1152 Perth Rd Troutman, NC 28166 Ashley Johnson 704-528-3328 North Point Watersports P.O Box 3818 Mooressville, NC 28117 Dave Natkin 704-799-1994

MARTIAL ARTS

MEETING VENUE

Primal Force Fitness, LLC 190 Turbyfield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne Coolidge M.Ed.,CHES, CPFT (704) 657-9520

Charles Mack Citizen Center 215 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Stephanie Crisco (704) 662-3334

MASONRY-CONTRACTOR

Christian Tours / Burke International PO Box 890 Newton, NC 28658 Mellonee Owenby (828) 465-3900

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

MASSAGE Ahlara International Day Spa, Wellness Center & Marketplace 155 Joe V. Knox Avenue Mooresville, NC 28117 Sandra Harris (704) 662-0946 Massage Envy SPA 591-J River Hwy. Mooresville Crossing Mooresville, NC 28117 Christian Roedlich (704) 664-3090 Stonehaven Massage and Spa 807 Williamson Rd., Suite 103 DiamondHead Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Nelson Berry (704) 662-3303

MASSAGE - THERAPEUTIC

MARKETING

Massage Envy SPA 591-J River Hwy. Mooresville Crossing Mooresville, NC 28117 Christian Roedlich (704) 664-3090

CGI Communications 130 East Main St., 8th Floor Rochester, NY 14604 Frank Bruno (800) 398-3029

Stonehaven Massage and Spa 807 Williamson Rd., Suite 103 DiamondHead Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Nelson Berry (704) 662-3303

Lake Norman Woman Magazine P.O. Box 1000 Cornelius, NC 28031 Dana Jordan (704) 516-9363 OLA Design Works 844 B W. 4th St. Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Geni O’Toole 336-722-0794 Refresh Designed Communication Mooresville, NC 28115 Michelle Kahne (704) 299-5389

MEAT MARKET Shop N Save Market, Inc. 1105 Mecklenburg Hwy Mooresville, NC 28115 Eddie Dingler (704) 664-2155 The Meat Center (TMC) / On the Block Catering 491 Wiliamson Rd. Ste. 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Michael Parrish (704) 799-1081

MEDICAL SALES AND SUPPLIES

Send Out Cards - Debbie Jackson P.O. Box 1135 Cornelius, NC 28031 Debbie Jackson (704) 360-0822

Gateway Medical, Inc. 224 Rolling Hill Road Suite 12A Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin O’Neill (704) 655-9040

Valpak of Charlotte 1310 South Tryon St. Ste. 111 Charlotte, NC 28203 Dave Ireland (704) 970-4300

Total Home Care, Inc. 144 Marketplace Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Michael Bailey (704) 660-0766

Vibrant Coaching P.O. Box 455 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Nicole Greer (704) 502-4953

Wellness Source Inc. 125 Commerce Park Suite 105 Mooresville, NC 28117 Heather Little (704) 799-2873

Johnson Carriage House and Meadows 116 Poplar Grove Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Lillian Johnson (704) 360-2962 Oak Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast 1108 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Harold Hansen (704) 663-7085

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

MORTGAGE COMPANIES

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Mooresville Lawnscaping 117 Swift Creek Ln. Mooresville, NC 28115 Tim Valentine (704) 663-9532

Aquesta Bank Brawley School Rd. Branch 837 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Pat Squires 704-439-1450 Atlantic Financial Services 181 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Linda DiTrolio (704) 230-0050 Cunningham & Co. Mortgage Bankers 104 Welton Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Lisa Qualls 704-230-0691 Northside Mortgage Group LLC 248 East Broad Street Statesville, NC 28677 Sandra Bortree (704) 657-4214 Superior Home Mortgage 20460 Chartwell Ctr. Dr. Ste. 4 Cornelius, NC 28031 Jan Davidson (704) 895-8221

MOTORCYCLES Extreme Offroad Parts & Apparel 394 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Greg Lyden (800) 420-0227 Tilley Harley-Davidson/Buell 1226 Morland Drive Statesville, NC 28677 Don and Robinette Tilley 704-872-3883

MOVIE THEATRE Amstar Cinema 14 / Grand Theatre 206 Norman Station Blvd. Consumer Square Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessica Adams (704) 799-9699 Corporate members in red

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MOVING & STORAGE Morlake Self Storage 568 Bluefield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Harry Tsumas (704) 664-6683 Two Men and a Truck - Movers Who Care 3653 Trailer Drive Charlotte, NC 28269 Elizabeth Hannaman (704) 664-2645

MUSEUM The Mooresville Museum, Inc. PO Box 186 Mooresville, NC 28115 John Streb (704) 663-1873

MUSEUM-ANTIQUE & RACE CARS/TRACTORS/TOYS Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Museum 769 River Hwy. (Hwy 150) Mooresville, NC 28117 Alex Beam (704) 660-6936

MUSIC SALES Big Hat Larrys Guitars, Music & More 126 S. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Chris Montgomery (704) 660-0150 Music ‘N More 168 Norman Station Blvd Mooresville, NC 28117 Michael Masciarelli (704) 664-2263

NURSING/REST HOMES Brian Center Health & Retirement 969 Cox Road Gastonia , NC 28052 Carolyn Gavin (704) 663-3448 Genesis HealthCare Mooresville Center 550 Glenwood Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Rebecca Flowe (704) 664-7494

OFFICE FURNITURE/ EQUIP/SUPPLY Document Imaging Solutions / DISC 2454 Davie Ave. Statesville, NC 28625 Mark Hawks 704-873-5419 OM Workspace Office Furniture 12140 Vance Davis Drive Charlotte, NC 28269 Mary Beth Huskey (980) 333-2371

LKN Office Suites 132 Joe Knox Ave. Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Steve Van Lear (704) 230-1763 Old Downtown Business Center 181 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Howard Kosofsky (704) 230-2300 The U Center 119 A Magnolia Park Dr. River Park Industrial Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Nicole Filion-Ashline (704) 660-5510

OIL COMPANIES Mooresville Oil & Propane Company, Inc PO Box 28 Mooresville, NC 28115 Charles Graham 704-664-4926 Raymer Automated Fuel Systems PO Box 271 Statesville, NC 28687 Dan Mitchell 704-873-7285

OPTOMETRIST Lake Norman Eye Care 548 Williamson Road Suite 1 Mooresville, NC 28117 Angela Harris (704) 799-2233 Mooresville Eye Care / Roach, Gary OD 404 E. Center Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Gary Roach 704-663-3924

PAINTING CONTRACTOR Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422

PARTY RENTAL Lake Norman Party Rentals 136 Stutts Road, Suite 4 Mooresville, NC 28117 Morris ‘’Mo’’ Wilson (704) 664-5969

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

PAYROLL SERVICES Express Payroll Service Inc. 125 E. Plaza Dr. Ste. 116 Mooresville, NC 28115 David Alford 704-660-1999 Heartland Payment Systems Mooresville, NC 28117 Maria Thomas (704) 754.7804 Payroll Plus, Inc. 19300 Statesville Road Suite 302 Cornelius, NC 28031 John Hettwer 704-895-0777

PERSONAL SERVICES Timefinders PO Box 36 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 Jan Hansen (704) 658-0091

ORAL - FACIAL SURGERY

PERSONAL TRAINER

Dr. Matthew J. Johnson / Johnson Oral Surgery 229 Medical Park Road Suite 310 Mooresville, NC 28117 Matthew Johnson (704) 799-0771

Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping 155 Scanlon Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Amber Pedersen (704) 658-5553

PAIN MANAGEMENT Lake Norman Pain and Weight Management, LLC 444 Williamson Rd., Ste. D Mooresville, NC 28117 Chrissy Fohr (704) 662-0009

PAINT/WALLPAPER Savage Painting & Drywall 114 Old Squaw Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Deb Savage (704) 562-2127

Staples Copy Center 615 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Melissa Long (704) 660-3400

Sherwin Williams Co. 166 Talbert Pointe Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Stuart Hofman (704) 660-1938

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Sherwin-Williams Paint & Wallpaper 201 Knob Hill Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Courtney Flynn (704) 799-7790

Wike, Peggy Optometrist PO Box 359 Mooresville, NC 28115 Peggy Wike 704-664-5406

Quality Quickly, Inc. 910 Tate Blvd. SE Ste. 105 Hickory, NC 28602 David T. Wagner (828) 323-8339

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Personally Trained By Sophie, LLC 17433 Harbor Way Dr. Cornelius, NC 28031 Sophie Pratola, BS (704) 604-1518

PET CREMATORY Pet Pilgrimage PO Box 977 Mooresville, NC 28115 H. Mike Cook (704) 664-5484

PET SHOPS & GROOMING Pampered Pets Inn 2993 Charlotte Hwy. Hwy. 21 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tony DaDante (704) 663-3733 Pretty Pups 358-C N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Cathy Mayfield 704-663-3647

PETS Friends of the Animals P.O. Box 3937 Mooresville, NC 28115 Patrice Reynolds (704) 235-5300 The Hotel 4 Cats The Hotel 4 Cats 502 East Center Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Marge Colas (704) 664-6369

PHARMACIES Cannon Pharmacy - Mooresville 521 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Matt Miller (704) 658-9870 HealthSmart Pharmacy 108 Leaning Oak Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Doug Balog (704) 658-1184 Medicap Pharmacy 439 E. Statesville Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Gavin Houchins (704) 799-6870

PHOTOGRAPHY Crider’s Fine Art Portraiture PO Box 3760 Mooresville, NC 28117 Leigh Anne Crider (704) 664-1485

PHYSICAL THERAPY K2 Sports Therapy & Performance 514 Williamson Road Suite 431 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin Kucko, MAPT, ATC (704) 360-2595 Saylor Physical Therapy 136 Corporate Park Drive Suite A Mooresville, NC 28117 Risa Saylor (704) 360-2796 Taylor Rehab Physical Therapy 114 Welton Way Suite B Mooresville, NC 28117 Shawn Taylor (704) 658-1095

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

Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Medical Associates 157-A Medical Park Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Manish G. Patel, MD (704) 658-1001 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Ears Nose & Throat 140 Gateway Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Herb Wettreich, MD (704) 664-9638 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Family Medicine 357 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Timothy B. Barker, MD (704) 664-7328 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Internal Medicine 548 Williamson Rd. Ste. 6 Mooresville, NC 28117 John C. Gatlin, MD (704) 660-5520 Piedmont HealthCare’s Lake Norman Urgent Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD (704) 660-9111 Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 444 Williamson Road Suite B Mooresville, NC 28117 Naomi Simon (704) 235-1827 Piedmont HealthCare’s Nance Family Medicine 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 210 Mooresville, NC 28117 Alisa C. Nance, MD (704) 235-0300 Piedmont HealthCare’s Sailview Family Medicine 146 Medical Park Rd. Ste. 106 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tiana N. Losinski, MD (704) 360-4801 Piedmont HealthCare’s Specialty Center 359 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Gary K. DeWeese, MD (704) 235-1829 Piedmont HealthCare’s Wolfe Dermatology 114 Gateway Blvd. Unit D Mooresville, NC 28117 Steven F. Wolfe, MD (704) 663-2085

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS

Allergy & Asthma Center of Lake Norman 15815 Brookway Drive Huntersville, NC 28078 Karen Donahue (704) 746-9889

Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 191-A West Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Montgomery, MD (704) 664-4000

FastMed Urgent Care, Clinic, Medical Center 935 Shotwell Rd., Ste. 108 Clayton, NC 27520 Reuel Heyden (704) 235-0686

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

Hardee Family Medicine 444 Williamson Rd., Ste. E Mooresville, NC 28117 Lorraine Ervin (704) 658-9779

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Lake Norman Integrative Psychiatry PO Box 1247 Mooresville, NC 28115 Tracy Latz (704) 662-3200 Lake Norman NeuroFeedBack & Peak Performance Center P.O. Box 632 311 Williamson Rd, Suite 104 Mooresville, NC 28115 Walter Kasmir, PhD (704) 230-0991 Lake Norman Oncology 170 Medical Park Rd., Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Peg Brantley 704-799-3946 Lake Norman Pediatrics 656 Carpenter Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Amy Ferguson 704-664-5133 Lake Norman Pulmonary & Critical Care Specialists, PA 131 Medical Park Rd. Ste. 308 Mooresville, NC 28117 Bonnie Moore 704-660-4094 Lakeside Family Physicians 130 Plantation Ridge Drive Suite 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Bruce Mather (704) 316-1635 Northshore Orthopedic & Sports Medicine 124 Welton Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Robert Steele 704-658-1050 Primary Care Associates - Byers Creek 128 Argus Lane, Ste. G Mooresville, NC 28117 Donna McDaniel (704) 663-1440 Primary Care Associates - Dr. Rajal Patel 396 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Rajel Patel (704) 664-2216 Primary Care Associates of Lake Norman 202 Williamson Road Suite 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Schronce (704) 799-7811 Trinity Health Care 930 West Wilson Avenue Mooresville, NC 28117 Brad MacKeith (704) 663-7500

PLUMBERS Mooresville Plumbing Repair, LLC PO Box 299 Mooresville, NC 28115 Joe Battista (704) 662-0778

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Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service P.O. Box 5716 Concord, NC 28027 Michele Maxfield (704) 932-8365 Thompson Plumbing & Pump Service 121 Thomas Farm Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Linda Thompson 704-664-2498 Ultimate Plumbing, LLC 190 English Hills Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Joe D. Hughes (704) 892-5843

PODIATRY Carolina Foot & Ankle of Mooresville 206 Joe Knox Avenue Suite D Mooresville, NC 28117 Derek Slovak (704) 235-0474

POSTAL SERVICES The UPS Store 516-D River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Craig Burk (704) 663-8833 United States Postal Service 123 Institute Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Doris Reed (800) 275-8777

Bec-Car Printing 128 West Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Michelle Baggarley (704) 664-1911

Kasey Kahne Racing 265 Cayuga Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Shannon Adams (704) 662-8549

DEE-BEE Printing 148 River Park Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Donna McBryde 704-663-6036

MTJ Motorsports / Martin Truex Jr LLC 156 Cayuga Drive Talbert Pointe Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Todd Moore (704) 664-1113

LogoNation PO Box 3847 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jennifer Watson (704) 799-0612 PostNet - Mooresville 125 Trade Court, Suite F Mooresville, NC 28117 John Wiles (704) 660-1511 Sir Speedy Printing 313 B South Center Statesville, NC 28677 John Martin 704-872-1020 Spectrum Graphics, Inc. P. O. Box 560307 Charlotte, NC 28256 Paul Summerville (704) 533-0225

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PRE-SCHOOL/CHILD CARE

BOBCATS - Sports & Entertainment 333 East Trade St. Charlotte, NC 28202 Josh Pfeiffer (704) 688-9029

Primrose School of Lake Norman 173 Raceway Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeremy and Stacey Hinman (704) 658-0460

Charlotte Checkers 210 E. Trade St. #E-480 Charlotte, NC 28202 Alice Garmon (704) 342-4423

Stepping Stones Academy 203 Singleton Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Spivey (704) 799-1500

Kannapolis Intimidators Baseball P.O. Box 64 Kannapolis, NC 28082 Randy Long (704) 932-3267

The Goddard School 179 Town Square Circle Mooresville, NC 28117 Barbra & Gordon Bryan (704) 663-5006 The Learning Experience Legacy Village 123 Legacy Village Blvd Legacy Village Mooresville , NC 28117 Michelle Davenport-Montgomery (704) 660-3380

PRESSURE WASHING Araya Clean Property Services PO Box 1125 Huntersville, NC 28078 Kristina Gonzalez (704) 900-0799 Dirty Boy’s Pressure Washing / Auto Detailing 276 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Bob Tracey (704) 696-0063

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

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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT/ RENTALS Dazcon Properties P.O. Box 3151 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jack Thesier (704) 799-7510 Wayne Ervin Properties 149 Oak Meadow Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Wayne Ervin (704) 663-9234

RACING INDUSTRY Carolina Racing Supply PO Box 4444 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tom Sandal (704) 662-8299 Garage Pass Shop Tours, Inc. 810 Treva Anne Drive Concord, NC 28027 Stan Rabineau (704) 455-2819 JR Motorsports, LLC PO Box 330 Mooresville, NC 28115 Kerry Garmon (704) 799-4800

Nemco Motorsports, Inc. PO Box 177 Mooresville, NC 28115 Joe Nemechek (704) 664-4287 North Carolina Motorsports Association 5555 Concord Parkway Suite 332 Concord, NC 28027 Shawn Stewart (704) 455-5606 Penske Racing Inc. P.O Box 500 Mooresville, NC 28115 Tim Cindrie (704) 664-2300 Performance Instruction & Training (PIT) 156 Byers Creek Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Bob Plott (704) 799-3869 Riley Technologies LLC 170 Overhill Drive, Talbert Pt. Bus. Pk Mooresville, NC 28117 Ron McMahon (704) 663-6319 Roush Yates Performance Products 122 Knob Hill Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Don Moore (704) 662-6982 Stock Car Steel & Aluminum Inc., SRI 801-A Performance Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Greg Fornelli (704) 664-3044

Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Kate Gaither (704) 663-7779 Southern Charm Realty, Inc. 965- B North Main St Mooresville, NC 28115 Lisa Revis (704) 746-6411 Teeter Realty 207 S. Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Lavette Teeter 704-663-2821 The Knox Group, Inc 16740 Birkdale Commons Pkwy., Ste.202 Huntersville, NC 28078 Steve Knox 704-896-1911

REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL/ RESIDENTIAL Keller Williams Realty - Pam Temple 118 Morlake Dr. Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Pam Temple 704-799-3700 Lake Norman Realty, Inc. 20117 West Catawba Avenue Cornelius, NC 28031 Abigail Jennings (704) 663-3655 Langtree Real Estate Group 229 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brad Howard (704) 746-3252 Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Kate Gaither (704) 663-7779 Southern Charm Realty, Inc. 965- B North Main St Mooresville, NC 28115 Lisa Revis (704) 746-6411

RADIO STATION

REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Country Legends 550 & 92.9 212 Signal Hill Drive Statesville, NC 28625 Walter Sterling (704) 872-0550

#1 Properties of Lake Norman 268 Farmstead Ln. Mooresville, NC 28117 Cathy Lynch (704) 400-0521

WSIC RADIO 1400 AM 1117 Radio Road Statesville, NC 28677 Brian Weiss (704) 872-6345

Allen Tate - Mooresville 634 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Hillary Broadway 704-664-9333 Kirk Ballard 704-953-5620 Jillian Hulse 704-500-6372 Stephanie Richart 704-560-6836

REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL Beacon Partners PO Box 681208 Charlotte, NC 28216 Mike Harrell 704-597-7757 Langtree Real Estate Group 229 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brad Howard (704) 746-3252

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Lake Breeze ENT & Allergy PC 149 Plantation Ridge Dr. #190 Mooresville, NC 28117 Roy Lewis (704) 658-0595

Keller Williams - Jimmy E. Dagenhart, Broker 1559 Mt. Ulla Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Jimmy Dagenhart (704) 574-0880 Langtree Real Estate Group 229 Medical Park Road Suite 201 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brad Howard (704) 746-3252 Corporate members in red Making Waves - Mooresville

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Mattamy Homes 2401 Whithall Park Dr. Ste. 700 Charlotte, NC 28273 Phil Tirabassi (704) 799-6776 McAlpine Properties - Sandy Aichner McAlpine P.O. Box 2609 Cornelius, NC 28031 Sandy McAlpine 704-746-7513 Mooresville Realty PO Box 4583 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lisa Cernuto (704) 663-0990 Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Kate Gaither (704) 663-7779 RE/MAX at the Lake Edmundson & Tomczak Team 121 Rolling Hill Rd., Ste.110 Mooresville, NC 28117 Terry Edmundson 704-662-0095 Ryland Homes 319 Montibello Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Donice Blanton (704) 400-1018 Southern Charm Realty, Inc. 965- B North Main St Mooresville, NC 28115 Lisa Revis (704) 746-6411 Southern Homes of the Carolinas/Elite 111-B Raceway Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Christy Allen (704) 677-5888 Vintage Development Co. 5100 Sharon Rd. Unit 111D Charlotte, NC 28210-0082 Rufus Dalton 704-663-4417

RECYCLING L. Gordon Iron & Metal Company PO Box 1192 Statesville, NC 28687 Kalman Gordon 704-873-9004

REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422

RESERVATION CENTER The Natuliz Executive Transportation Reservation Center 218 West Gray Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Natalie Millet (704) 201-9576

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

RESTAURANTS Big Daddy’s Of Lake Norman, Inc. 1162 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Freddy Lancaster (704) 663-4242 Blu *Star Grill 120-A Market Place Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Nelson Bass (704) 660-5577 Chick-Fil-A Restaurant 457 River Hwy I-77, Exit 36 Mooresville, NC 28117 Darin Wiggins (704) 799-0401 Chopstix Thai Restaurant 106 Argus Lane, Suite A Mooresville, NC 28117 Lisa Phomxayavong (704) 799-1044 Corine’s Cafe & Catering 559 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Corine Croxell (704) 663-7177 Dairy Queen 223 Medical Park Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Allison Hager (704) 799-0270 East Coast Wings of Mooresville 120-D Marketplace Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Jason Cole (704) 658-9610 Epic Chophouse Restaurant 104 South Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Larry Sponaugle (704) 230-1720 FIVE GUYS Burgers & Fries Restaurant 654 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Chris Stein (704) 799-7500 Giovanni’s Pizza & Pasta Restaurant 1230 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Leo and Phyllis Lomangino (704) 660-0021 Hickory Tavern & Catering 115 Morrison Plantation Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Steve Masten (704) 660-9793 Hooters of Lake Norman 132 Gallery Center Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Bebe Lowery (704) 663-5398 J.J. Wasabi’s Grill & Bar 183 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Paolo Jose (704) 799-0068 Jeffrey’s Restaurant P.O. Box 1472 Mooresville, NC 28115 Kerri Williams (704) 799-1110

Lancaster’s Bar B Q And Wings Restaurant & Catering PO Box 1472 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff & Terry Lancaster (704) 663-5807

SUBWAY - Sandwich Artists, Inc. 5074 Independence Lane Denver, NC 28037 Tracy Morgan (704) 489-8721

Foot Solutions of Lake Norman 20545-A Torrence Chapel Rd. Cornelius, NC 28031 Frank Katz 704-894-0632

Lone Star Steakhouse 668 River Highway Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Ploughe (704) 799-3262

Ted’s Famous Kickin’ Chicken Restaurant & Catering 215 S. Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Patti Dayton (704) 664-2555

Goodwill Industries of Northwest NC, Inc 2701 University Pkwy. Winston-Salem, NC 27105 Juanita Norman (704) 873-5005

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

Ten O’Clock Charlie’s 455 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Ray Ryoti (704) 799-9771

McDonald’s/M. Neader Managment 536 N. Greenbriar Rd. Statesville, NC 28625 Shirley Mathews (704) 873-2896

The Black-Eyed Pea Restaurant 427 E. Statesville Ave., Suite 100 Mooresville, NC 28115 Carleen Savvides (704) 663-0906

Hobby Lobby Store Mooresville 485 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Kari Andrews (704) 663-1323

O’Charley’s 604 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Kelley (704) 799-8571 Panera Bread Bakery Cafe 109 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Scott Mann (704) 662-6433 Pie In The Sky Pizza & Subs 125-2 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Tim and Tammy Whitener (704) 663-7189 Pomodoro’s Italian American Cafe 168 Norman Station Blvd. Consumer Square Mooresville, NC 28117 Blake Dewey (704) 663-6686 Queens Landing/Lake Cruises Inc. 1459 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Grady Jackson (704) 663-2628 Queens Pizza 119 Cedar Brooke Dr. Kannapolis, NC 28081 Steve Tonaus (704) 799-1493 Red Robin Family Restaurant 613 River Hwy. Mooresville Crossing Mooresville, NC 28117 Pete Lynch (704) 799-4462 Sagebrush Steakhouse 140 Regency Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Christine Wittman (704) 664-7557 Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina 688 A Bluefield Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Dennis Patterson (704) 799-7403 Showmar’s - Mooresville 138 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 John Vastis (704) 662-3383 Sports Page Restaurant & Catering 128D Argus Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Chris Yelton (704) 662-8851

Tony’s Pizza Restaurant 688 F Bluefield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Heather Hughes (704) 658-1926 Village Inn Pizza Parlor 539-M East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Rob Anderson (704) 799-3330

RESTORATION Action Cleanup and Restoration 11235 Sam Furr Road Suite 101 Huntersville, NC 28078 Leigh McBeth (704) 948-1933 Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422

RETAIL Adam & Eve Store 480-B River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Eileen Dixon (704) 664-1800 Ain’t Miss Bead Haven 152 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Laura Brosseau (704) 746-9278 Belk Department Store 350 West Plaza Dr. Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28117 Tracie Borawski (704) 664-2593 Best Buy Stores 633 River Hwy Hwy 150 Mooresville, NC 28117 Walt Goney (704) 799-3255 BJ’s Membership Club 141 Gallery Center Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Janelle Martin (704) 799-6532 Blessings Unlimited - Crystal Merritt Mooresville, NC 28115 Crystal Merritt (704) 309-1214

Isabella’s Fine Olive Oils & Vinegars 2697 Birdie Lane Conover, NC 28613 Cynthia Tupman (704) 230-0115 John Franklin, Ltd. 222 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Johnny Smith (704) 664-1424 Maurices Women’s Clothing 350 W. Plaza Dr. #C Mooresville, NC 28117 Randa Morrison (704) 799-7033 One Dollar Store 835 Williamson Rd. Ste. E Mooresville, NC 28117 Eddie Jones (704) 696-2006 Secure The Perimeter 798 Oakridge Farm Hwy Mooresville, NC 28115 Beverly Aymar (704) 660-0662 SugarPop’s Candy Shop 428 N. Main St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Sean Colas (704) 799-0959 The Enchanted Olive P.O. Box 1824 Mooresville, NC 28115 Shannon Barker (704) 230-4704 Thirtyone Gifts - Independant Consultant 21005 Sterling Bay Lane E. Apt. L Cornelius, NC 28031 Glenda Moore (609) 636-2364 Wal-Mart # 01-1156 169 Norman Station Blvd. Consumer Square Mooresville, NC 28117 Lorresa LaFrancis (704) 664-5238

RETIREMENT Brookdale Senior Living Statesville Manor 2806 Peachtree Road Statesville, NC 28625 Amanda Rumple (704) 872-1946

ROOFING CONTRACTORS Eastern Roof Technologies PO Box 3006 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brian Newman (704) 663-7521

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CPI Security-Mooresville 4200 Sandy Porter Road Charlotte, NC 28273 Peter James (704) 945-6000

Race City Roofing 303 Cornelius Road Mooresville, NC 28117 David Clubb (704) 663-1550

ISI Alarms NC Inc. 919 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Shannon Jordan (704) 455-8831

Tidds Roofing LLC 144 Malibu Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeremy Tidd (704) 668-1287

RSH Protection, Inc. 118 Overhill Dr. Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Roger Parks 704-663-1175

SCHOOLS-PUBLIC & PRIVATE Career Academy & Technical School 350 Old Murdock Rd. Troutman, NC 28166 Larry Rogers (704) 978-2791 Gardner-Webb University at Statesville PO Box 908 Statesville, NC 28687 John Karriker (704) 761-5009 Iredell County Partnership For Young Children 433 S. Meeting Street Statesville , NC 28677 Marta Koesling (704) 878-9980 Iredell-Statesville School System P.O. Box 911 Statesville, NC 28677 Susie Wiberg (704) 872-8931 Mitchell Community College Mooresville Campus 219 N. Academy Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Brett Fansler (704) 663-1923 Mitchell Community College Statesville 500 West Broad Street Statesville, NC 28677 Douglas Eason 704-878-3200 Mooresville Graded School District 305 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mark Edwards (704) 658-2530 Mountain State University North Carolina 517 Alcove Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Dallas Bragg (704) 664-3343 NASCAR Technical Institute UTI 220 Byers Creek Rd Mooresville, NC 28117 John Dodson (704) 658-1950 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 9201 University City Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28223 Philip Dubois (704) 687-2000

SECURITY SYSTEMS

SENIOR SERVICES/CARE & PLACEMENT Always Best Care 6701 Fairview Road Charlotte, NC 28210 Anne Marie Sibthorp (704) 552-8581

SENIOR SERVICES/MOVING & ESTATE SALES Caring Transitions 2229 Chesterfield Ave. Charlotte, NC 28205 Scott White (704) 248-8768

SHOOTING CLUB Point Blank Range 743 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Dave Driscoll (704) 230-0262

SIGHTSEEING TOURS Christian Tours / Burke International PO Box 890 Newton, NC 28658 Mellonee Owenby (828) 465-3900

SIGNS/SALES & SERVICE Lake Norman Sign Company 1273 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Shawn Eller (704) 651-3806 Sign-A-Rama 480-D River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeffrey Sarment (704) 799-7446 The Sign Post, Inc. Signs & Graphics 118 Overhill Drive Suite 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Andrew Juhasz (704) 799-1818

SPEECH THERAPY SpeakAbility, Inc. 510 Carpenter Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Brenda Hawkins 704-663-2115

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

Alarm South PO Box 5393 Statesville, NC 28677 Lane Hooks 704-872-9857

Mooresville Indoor Soccer Complex 128 Speedway Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Marie Quinn (704) 799-0188 Mooresville Midget Football League Mooresville, NC 28115 Cliff Graves (704) 622-6171 North Meck Soccer Club 11138 Trey North Drive Suite B Cornelius, NC 28031 Thomas Finlay (704) 894-9995 United Soccer Academy, LLC 159 Raceway Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 David Denham (704) 660-1100

STORAGE Exit 42 Self Storage 139 Houston Rd. Troutman, NC 28166 Susan Sherrill 704-528-0300

STREET SWEEPER Johnston North America PO Box 388 Mooresville, NC 28115 Marlene Anderson (704) 658-1333

SWIMMING POOLS/SPAS Allure Pools and Spas P.O. Box 7064 Statesville, NC 28687 Jeff Young (704) 661-9976

TAX RETURNS H&R Block 482 A-1 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Diane Neese 704-664-2920

TELEPHONE COMPANIES Verizon Wireless 467 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Greg Archetti (704) 799-7539 Windstream 688-B Bluefield Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Rhonda Beardsley (704) 696-1100 Store

TELEPHONE SALES/SERVICE/ ADVERTISING AT&T Advertising Solutions 9144 Arrow Point Blvd. Rm. 400 Charlotte, NC 28273 Greg Harrison (704) 522-5741 CPR - Cell Phone Repair 109-D Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Joe Forth (704) 360-2835

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

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TRUCK ACCESSORIES

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

Carolina Hitch & Truck Accessories 2270 Statesville Hwy Mooresville, NC 28115 Jonathan Fouche (704) 660-5949

TIRES Griffin Brothers Tires, Auto Repair 278 West Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin Sciranko (704) 662-0049 Mooresville Tire & Automotive Repair 1037 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 John Harris (704) 799-3020 RimzOne Wheels, Tires & Accessories 557 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mike Mashburn (704) 663-0198 Tire Masters 190 W. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Chris Medford (704) 662-3123

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

RimzOne Wheels, Tires & Accessories 557 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mike Mashburn (704) 663-0198

VACUUM SALES Oreck Clean Home Center 154 Talbert Pointe Drive Suite 103 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brian Teague (704) 660-0556

VETERINARIANS Brawley Animal Hospital 694 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Angie Finkes 704-663-5122 Lakewood Veterinary Hospital 813 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 David Dequick (704) 662-6077 Village Animal Hospital 628 Carpenter Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Warren Moretz (704) 660-9663

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Vibrant Coaching P.O. Box 455 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Nicole Greer (704) 502-4953

Brad Harvey Creative 111 Elba Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Brad Harvey (419) 202-9920

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Equine Marketing Group/ Kencom Inc. 119-C Magnolia Park Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Kenney 704-660-6727

Around The World Travel 111 Kilson Drive Suite 206 Mooresville, NC 28117 Julie Dunning (704) 664-1008 Christian Tours / Burke International PO Box 890 Newton, NC 28658 Mellonee Owenby (828) 465-3900 Travel Plus of NC, Inc. 148 East Moore Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Jackie Rummage (704) 664-5888 x9 Real Time Events 119 N. Main St. Ste. 204 Mooresville, NC 28115 Amy Stein (704) 910-7453

TROPHIES & AWARDS Lake Norman Awards, Engraving & Glass 2785 Charlotte Hwy Suite 24 Mooresville, NC 28115 Dan Splawn (704) 664-4662

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LKN Roofing Inc. 212 Parkertown Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Chad Schneider (704) 556-7663

Lancer Entertainment Group, LLC Video Production 163 Valleyview Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Tim Vogel (704) 500-1834

VINYL DISTRIBUTOR World of Windows Mooresville 109 Williamson Road Suite E Mooresville, NC 28117 Pam Hartsell (704) 883-8282

VISITORS & CONVENTION BUREAU Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau 265 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Leah Mitcham (704) 799-2400

WASTE DISPOSAL Allied Waste/Republic Waste Services 2875 Lowery Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Brooke Crichton (704) 278-4985 Corporate members in red

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

Bedford Falls Graphics Website Design and Hosting P.O. Box 1855 Mooresville, NC 28115 Matt Myers (704) 759-6294

Think Green Recycling PO Box 305 Cleveland, NC 27013 Camelia Morrison (704) 799-1520

Digital Precision, Inc 9820 Northcross Center Court Huntersville, NC 28078 Stuart Manny (704) 896-0073

Waste Management, Inc. 204 Balfour Quary Rd. Salisbury, NC 28146 Amy Warren 704-279-4890

WATER - BOTTLED/COOLER RENTALS Diamond Springs Carolinas P.O. Box 667887 Charlotte, NC 28266-7887 Jim Quinn (704) 393-3900

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

McBryde Website Design 148 River Park Rd. Hwy 150 West (across from Peoples Bank) Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne McBryde (704) 660-7052

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

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Denver Restaurant Equipment 6778 E. NC 150 Hwy Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Don King (704) 483-3213

Diode Technologies 219 Williamson Rd. Ste. 1104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Shannon Nestroy (704) 360-1081 Dunroven House Inc. P.O. Box 3070 Mooresville, NC 28117 Joe DeMarco (704) 896-8904 Industrial Motion, Inc. 111 Bevan Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 Brian Pfeifer (704) 664-2200

World of Windows Mooresville 109 Williamson Road Suite E Mooresville, NC 28117 Pam Hartsell (704) 883-8282

WINE SHOP Thistle Meadow Wine Shop 240 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Hugh Sykes (704) 660-9803

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Service Partners, LLC PO Box 149 Mooresville, NC 28115 Chuck Chrimes 704-663-1261

Daveste’ Vineyards 155 Lytton Farm Road Troutman, NC 28166 Stevie Frye (704) 528-3882

United Beverages of NC, LLC P.O. Box 727 Salisbury, NC 28145 Dean Proctor (704) 633-9361

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WINDOWS Window and Door Doctor Davidson, NC 28036 Kenna Primm (704) 488-3728

Empire Towing Corp. PO Box 3938 Mooresville, NC 28117 Barry Udowitz (704) 663-5000

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