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CONTENTS

What's Inside 6 The Best Place to Live 37 Veterans 8 Map of the Mooresville area

10 What You Need to Know

Live like a native

40 Senior Fun

The best it yet to come

42 Kid Time

Family time is easy to come by

12 History

44 Eats

16 Don’t Miss

46 Arts & Culture

Celebrating a century of the Chamber

Race City USA will show you a good time

18 Education

Making the grade and more

20 Education

Committed to learning

22 Higher Education Reach for the sky

24 Real Estate Work, play, live

26 Getting Started Partners for success

28 Economic

Development Business takes flight

30 Non-Profits

Building community

34 Healthcare

Caring for the community

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A culinary scene for all

A growing cultural scene satisfies

48 Shopping

Retail therapy at its finest

50 Event Spaces

A note from the publisher

Welcome to the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce’s official quality of life magazine, Making Waves. The CURRENTS magazine staff is proud to have been chosen by the Chamber to produce its fifth annual edition of this beautifully designed, comprehensive look at all that the Mooresville-South Iredell area has to offer newcomers, as well as long-time residents. If you’re looking for a new place to call home Sharon Simpson or to start a business, I encourage you to visit the desirable Mooresville-South Iredell area and see for yourself the advantages this beautifully diverse area holds for you and your family. If you’re new to the area, please feel free to contact me so I can send you a six-month complimentary subscription to Lake Norman CURRENTS magazine, the area’s number one source for lifestyle news and events happening in and around Mooresville and the entire Lake Norman area. Every member of our staff from our writers and photographers to our designers and sales executives lives and works right here in the Lake Norman/Mooresville area and is committed to bringing you the best of the area each and every month through our magazine, our Web site, our Facebook and Twitter updates, and even through our CURRENTS Channel on YouTube! We’re proud to be a vital part of this progressively strong community and encourage you to become actively involved in its growth and success as well. To the many local businesses who supported this publication, and to the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce whose tireless efforts continue to encourage and support our local businesses, a heartfelt “thank you” for putting your trust in us. This year the Chamber celebrates its 100th year of serving the small businesses of the Mooresville-South Iredell area. We hope you enjoy our look back at those years and our interviews with some of the small business owners who remember the early years of the Chamber and how it continues to support small business through education, networking and promotional opportunities. Welcome to the Mooresville-South Iredell area. We’re so glad you’re here!

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Athletics are a priority in Mooresville

Lori K. Tate, Editor Lori@LNCurrents.com

Sharon Simpson, Publisher Sharon@LNCurrents.com

54 Golf

Greener greens and beautiful birdies

56 Racing

Mooresville and motorsports go hand in hand

58 Accolades

Mooresville by the numbers (and awards)

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Welcome TO Mooresville

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

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

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Keen Creative Group 119 North Main Street Ste. 205 Mooresville, NC 28117 Julia Elliott (704) 360-4404

AALP, LLC 130 Bellelaine Drive Mooresville, NC 28115-7907 Patricia Lisun (704) 677-5108

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 GreerWalker LLP 227 West Trade St., Ste 1100 Charlotte, NC 28202 Beth Allen (704) 377-0239 Gregory G. Holsinger, CPA PA 17105 Kenton Drive Ste. 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 Larry Powers CPA PO Box 4662 Mooresville, NC 28117 Gwen Moore (704) 799-3058 MGM Accounting Services Mooresville, NC 28117 Marc Weiss (800) 690-0729 Potter & Company, CPAs 106 Welton Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Bob Taylor (704) 662-3146 Wheeler & Company CPA’s PC 124 E. Plaza Drive Ste. E Mooresville, NC 28115 John Wheeler (704) 664-6464 Yevs Tax & Accounting Solutions, LLC P.O. Box 4041 Mooresville, NC 28117 Enyonam Mortoo (704) 360-0620

ADVERTISING AGENCY Dex Media 111 Plantation Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jerry Counts (704) 651-8940

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ADVERTISING/ PROMOTIONAL Coffee News 317 Lantz Ave. Salisbury, NC 28144 Sam Post (704) 232-0923 Iredell Living Magazine 1670 E. Broad St., Ste. 195 Statesville, NC 28625 Myron Gough (704) 873-7307 MI - Connection Cable P.O. Box 90 Mooresville, NC 28115 Alan Hall (704) 662-3255 Viamedia 116 Gasoline Alley Ste. 105 Mooresville, NC 28117 Gayle McConnell (704) 664-2006 WSIC RADIO 1400 AM 1117 Radio Road Statesville, NC 28677 Brian Weiss (704) 872-6345 Your New Town’s Best PO Box 272 Terrell, NC 28682 Jerry Counts (704) 651-8940

AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CONTRACTORS Accu-Rite Services P.O. Box 105 Terrell, NC 28682 Paula Lane (828) 478-1299 Air Dynamics MS LLC PO Box 242 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 Donna Eagle (704) 664-2665 HVAC Technologies, Inc./ HTI 142 S. Iredell Industrial Park Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Bruce Lawther (704) 878-9801 Island Point HVAC Services Inc. P.O. Box 456 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Vinny Marchello (704) 881-2584 LKN Mechanical, Inc. P.O. Box 3096 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lucresha Hauck (704) 896-0035 Putnam Mechanical LLC HVAC/Refrigeration P.O. Box 3606 Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Fortin (704) 799-3665

Race City Heating & Air LLC P.O. Box 1344 Mooresville, NC 28115 Justin Zocchi (704) 799-2555 Specialty Refrigeration Services, Inc. 852 W. Memorial Hwy. Harmony, NC 28634 Ronnie Taylor (704) 876-1877 Temperature Design, LLC PO Box 1163 Mooresville, NC 28115 Travis Donaldson (704) 360-2990

ANIMAL WELFARE Rescue Ranch 1424 Turnersburg Hwy Statesville, NC 28625 EJ Lewick (704) 768-0909

APARTMENTS/ CONDOS/RENTALS Abberly Green Apartment Homes 117 Abberly Green Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Danielle West (704) 502-5507 Carriage Club Apartment Homes 175 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Teresa Lightbody (704) 799-1950 Fountains Apartment Homes at Mooresville Town Square 170 Mooresville Commons Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Lindsay Stanley (704) 664-1945 Hawthorne at Lake Norman Apartments 118 Plantation Creek Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessica Wilson (704) 658-0400 Langtree Apartments 150 Landings Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Falcon Parker (704) 997-2590 Mooresville Housing Authority PO Box 1087 Mooresville, NC 28115 Debbie Brawley (704) 664-1659 Piedmont Pointe Apartments 195 Piedmont Pointe Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Denise Lockhart (704) 662-9292 Plantation Pointe Apartments 106 Plantation Pointe Loop Mooresville, NC 28117 Sandra Fick (704) 360-9553 Talbert Woods Apartments 123 Talbert Woods Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Julie Miller (704) 799-0456

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The Clusters Premier Rental Community/Bonanza Development 816-G Brawley School Rd Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Needham (704) 662-6644 The Grove at Morrison Plantation 156 Capital Avenue Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessica Haile (704) 664-1015 Waterlynn Ridge Apartment Homes 123 Waterlynn Ridge Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Amy Chick (704) 896-5551

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

ART GALLERIES/FRAME SHOPPES/ARTISTS Copper Sky Studio 162 B North Broad St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Phil Garaas (704) 437-5992 Cotton Ketchie’s Landmark Galleries 212 N. Main Street Historic Downtown Mooresville, NC 28115 Cotton Ketchie (704) 664-4122 Fired on Broad Pottery P.O. Box 4712 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brette Webb (704) 980-7544 Haute Dauge Portraits 16930 West Catawba Ave. Ste. 102 Cornelius, NC 28031 Karen Dortschy (980) 253-2853 Lake Country Gallery & Frame 350 West Plaza Dr. Ste. L Mooresville Festival Shopping Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Brenda Vanhoy (704) 664-5022 Mooresville Arts Depot 103 W. Center Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ellen Patterson (704) 663-6661

ASPHALT PAVING & GRADING Seal Tech Asphalt Sealing 165 Live Oak Lane Mooresville, NC 28115 Blake Lawing (704) 892-1892

ASSISTED LIVING Brookdale Churchill 140 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Mitchell (704) 658-1200 Carillon Assisted Living of Mooresville 198 E. Waterlynn Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Linden Scotland (704) 660-8000 Summit Place of Mooresville 128 Brawley School Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Susan Vittori (704) 799-2712 The Gardens of Statesville Retirement & Assisted Living 2147 Davie Avenue Statesville, NC 28625 Linda Russell (704) 878-0123

ATTORNEYS Bentz & Associates, PA Lakeside Professional Building 19453-E West Catawba Ave. Cornelius, NC 28031 Catherine Bentz (704) 892-4098 Blanco Tackabery & Matamoros, PA Attorneys and Counselors at Law 150 Fairview Road Ste. 320 Mooresville , NC 28117-9505 Lauren Millovitsch (704) 696-2160 Brian R. Harwell, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 27 Mooresville, NC 28115 Brian Harwell (704) 664-1818 Collum & Perry, PLLC Attorneys At Law PO Box 1739 Mooresville, NC 28115 Travis Collum (704) 663-4187 Davis & Kiblen PLLC 181 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mark Davis (704) 230-2299 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 Randall Faircloth (704) 664-2162 Clark Tew (704) 664-2162 Andrew Wingo (704) 664-2162 Homesley, Gaines, Dudley & Clodfelter LLP 116 Morlake Dr. Ste. 103 A Mooresville, NC 28117 L. Ragan Dudley (704) 662-6072 Sharon Crawford (704) 662-6072

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Lake Norman, North Carolina and Vicinity

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What you need to know

Live Like a Native So what if you’re not from here, our guide will help you seem like you are What’s in a name? • Mooresville is named after John Franklin Moore. • Mooresville was once referred to as The Port City. It’s now Racing City USA. • Lake Norman is known as North Carolina’s Inland Sea.

We are family Mooresville’s sister city is Hockenheim, Germany, a town famous for being the home of the Hockenheimring, a wellknown racetrack.

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Life can turn on a dime

The Lake Norman area is all about interstate exits, so you need to know which ones are which. Exit 23 — Huntersville (Discovery Place KIDS) Exit 25 — Huntersville (Birkdale Village) Exit 28 — Cornelius Exit 30 — Davidson (Davidson College) Exit 31 — Mooresville (LangTree Lake Norman and Lowe’s Home Improvement Corporate Office) Exit 33 — Mooresville (Lake Norman Regional Medical Center) Exit 35 — Mooresville (Brawley School Road and Trump National Golf Club, Charlotte) Exit 36 — N.C. 150 and Downtown Mooresville Exit 42 — Troutman Exit 45 — T  routman (Barium Springs)

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

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

One, Two, Three — Action! Cinemax’s Banshee shot its first three seasons in and around the Charlotte area, with much of the show being filmed in Mooresville. HBO’s Homeland has filmed some scenes around Lake Norman; Careful What You Wish For, a film starring Nick Jonas, was filmed in the area; country music singer Colt Ford’s video for his song titled Drivin’ Around Song was filmed in Mooresville in 2013; and several scenes from the 2015 movie Paper Towns were filmed here.

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Country music singer Colt Ford’s video for his song titled Drivin’ Around Song was filmed in Mooresville in 2013. NASCAR driver Danica Patrick, a resident of the Lake Norman area, starred in it.

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Cultural & Recreation Services

REGISTRATION CALENDAR

ANNUAL & ON GOING SPECIAL EVENTS

Registration month of February

6:30PM – 9:30PM at the Charles Mack Citizen Center • Saturday, January 2, 2016; Majesty Rose, American Idol • Friday, February 5, 2016; Stephen Freeman, Elvis Love Songs • Friday, March 11, 2016; Poor Boy Revival, CCR Tribute Band

Spring Youth Baseball, Softball & T-ball Spring Adult Softball

Adult Women’s Church, Men’s Competitive, Semi-Competitive & Recreational leagues register in February

Summer Camp

Registration starts in April and continues throughout the summer

Fall Youth Baseball, Softball & T-ball Registration month of July

Fall Adult Softball

Adult Co-ed, Men’s Competitive, Semi-Competitive and Recreational leagues register in July

Afterschool

Registration begins in August and continues through the school year

Youth Wrestling

Registration month of October

Youth Basketball

Registration month of November

Kids Night Out

1st Friday of each month, excluding January

PRIMARY PARKS & AMENITIES

Bellingham Park – Carolina Thread Trailhead, Tennis Courts, Multi-purpose Fields, Rentable Shelter, Baseball Fields, Playgrounds and Bocce ball Court Cornelius Road Park – Tennis Courts, Baseball Fields, Soccer Fields, Playground, Rentable Shelter, Walking Trails, Multi-Purpose Fields Hope Park – Playground open year-round & FREE Splash Park operational Memorial Day – Labor Day Mazeppa Park – Turf Soccer Fields (2), Soccer Fields, Baseball Fields, Playground, Walking Trail, Multi-Purpose Fields, Rentable Shelter North Main Park – Baseball Fields, Rentable Shelter, Walking Trail, Playground

Music on Main Indoor Concert Series

Easter Eggstravaganza

March 19, 2016 at Cornelius Road Park

Music on Main Outdoor FREE Concert Series

6:30PM – 9:30PM at the Town Hall Lawn • Friday, May 6, 2016 • Friday, June 3, 2016 • Friday, July 1, 2016 • Friday, August 5, 2016 • Friday, September 2, 2016 • Friday, October 7, 2016

The Pumpkin Run

October 29, 2016 at the Mooresville Golf Course at 9AM

Working Fingers Craft Show

November 5, 2016 at the Charles Mack Citizen Center 10AM – 4PM

Music on Main Indoor Concert Series

Monthly Concerts November & December from 6:30PM – 9:30PM

RECREATION CENTERS

Selma Burke Community Center – Room Rentals, Free & Paid Programs, Gymnasium, Afterschool, Summer Camp Talbert Recreation Center – Room Rentals, Free & Paid Programs, Gymnasium, Learning Garden, Agility Training Area War Memorial Recreation Center – Room Rentals, Free & Paid Programs, Gymnasium, Afterschool, Summer Camp & Outdoor Pool operational June - August

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history

Celebrating a Century Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce turns 100 by Lori K. Tate photography courtesy of Photograph Collection of the Special Collections — Mooresville Public Library

connected Mooresville to the rest of the world.” Mooresville’s first Chamber of Commerce formed in 1916 with J.L. Donald serving as president. The business community led the charge to start a group effort to boost local business and the economy. “They realized they could do more if they bonded together, and it gave them a voice and focus that was business related,” says Poore Since its inception, the Chamber has grown from approximately 12 members to more than 900 members today.

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t’s a milestone year for the MooresvilleSouth Iredell Chamber of Commerce, as the Chamber marks 100 years of promoting business in the area. The organization has played an integral role in the town’s success and transformation. What was once a small farming community has grown into a bustling business center attracting companies worldwide.

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The Chamber played an active role in revitalizing Mooresville in the 1990s.

Mooresville began as a lucrative cotton production area where farmers grew cotton to transport to the Charlotte textile industry. The advent of the railroad through Mooresville spurred local farmers and landowners to open their own textile mills. “When the railroad came, Mooresville already had a Main Street and businesses. The railroad brought more people from the outside in, and the town started booming,” explains Andy Poore, curator of Special Collections at the Mooresville Public Library. “Farmers could bring in cotton and ship it to Danville and Richmond, Virginia, and elsewhere. The railroad A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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After Belk department store moved out of downtown, many longtime businesses and mills closed. In addition, Burlington Industries, located in the Mooresville Cotton Mills, closed in 1999. The jeans manufacturer was one of the largest employers at the time. “Mooresville changed its identity out of necessity. It took business and

community leaders coming together saying, ‘This is a business friendly community. What can we do to get businesses to come back?’ ” recalls Chamber President Kirk Ballard. Working with other entities, the Chamber created a fertile environment for business. Incentives brought Merinos Home Furnishings to Mooresville, adding new life to the longvacated Mooresville Cotton Mill on Main Street. Innovation put Mooresville Graded School District in the national spotlight. Ballard says access to an educated workforce and strong schools is vital to attracting new businesses. A vibrant downtown and quality of life with close proximity to Lake Norman, I-77 and Charlotte also

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Mooresville,” says Ballard. “People come here because they know they can make their dreams come true in Mooresville.”

What long-time residents like about Mooresville “I think it’s the people and the attitude that we can get things done together. It’s a collaborative effort.” Erskine Smith, Town Manager of Mooresville

made Mooresville an appealing town for businesses, including many NASCAR teams and Lowe’s Home Improvement’s corporate headquarters. Both were big wins for the local economy.

Now dubbed “Race City USA,” Mooresville is home to numerous NASCAR race teams. Lowe’s Corporation is currently the town’s largest employer. “The American dream is alive in

“I love living in Mooresville because of the love and closeness of the people. Mooresville is much larger now but still has that small town, close-knit family feel. Even at 90, I still feel safe in the town.” Ellis Kelly, owner/founder of Merle Norman in Downtown Mooresville — her family still runs it “What I like is that the town is on-thego and has developed good leadership through the Chamber and town.” J.D. Chamberlain, founder of The Mooresville Tribune

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Race City USA Will Show You a Good Time Get ready to have a lot of fun 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.

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

Live in the 115 This free outdoor concert series takes place every third Friday of the month from April through October at John Franklin Moore Park in Downtown Mooresville. Organized by Big Hat Larry’s Guitars, Music & More, this family friendly concert series features a variety of local bands. The concerts begin at 5:30 p.m. and conclude by 9:30 p.m. Bring chairs and blankets. www.downtownmooresville.com

The Annual Mooresville Christmas Parade Grab a cup of cocoa and prepare to bring in the holiday season with this traditional holiday parade. Thousands gather in Downtown Mooresville to witness a holiday tradition that’s been going on since 1944. Filled with marching bands, colorful floats, beauty queens, and of course, old St. Nick himself, the Annual Mooresville Christmas Parade features 3,500 to 4,000 participants. www.downtownmooresville.com

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Race City Festival 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 Light Spectacular

Every October The MooresvilleSouth Iredell Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Business Expo. With close to 100 booths filled with area businesses and organizations, this expo is a networker’s dream. The purpose of the show is for local businesses to have an opportunity to demonstrate their products and services and meet one on one with potential customers. www.mooresvillenc.org 2015-16

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From late November through December you can walk in Downtown Mooresville’s winter wonderland. With more than 75,000 colored lights set to holiday music on the Town Hall lawn, you can’t help but shake the holiday blues with the town’s Holiday Light Spectacular. www.downtownmooresville.com

Mooresville Cruise-In Classic Car Show Enjoy a variety of classic cars in Downtown Mooresville every first Saturday of the month from April through October. The show features cars from 1972 or older and is held on Broad Street from 4-8 p.m. Get ready to cruise down memory lane. www.downtownmooresville.com Making Waves - Mooresville

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Education

Making the Grade and More Mooresville-area schools offer A+ opportunities by Lynn Roberson

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ne of the many reasons people choose to make the Mooresville area their home is because of its stellar education system. The Mooresville-South Iredell area boasts some of the highest ranked public schools in North Carolina, counting among them Lake Norman High School and its feeder schools, as well as Pine Lake Preparatory, a North Carolina Charter School in Mooresville. Mooresville is also home to the Mooresville Graded School District, which is known nationally for its digital conversion. “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 and the 2013 AASA National Superintendent of the Year. Edwards cites MGSD’s schools’ high graduation rates and student accomplishments on end-of-course and end-of-grade tests as key indicators of quality. Fellow administrators agree that the success of schools in the Mooresville area can be attributed to outstanding teachers and staff, as well as students who are passionate about pursuing a college education. This combination results in outstanding academic performance time and time again. Of Lake Norman High School 2011 graduates, 430 out of 513 went on

Mooresville Graded School District provides laptops for students and teachers in second through 12th grades.

to attend four-year colleges and universities. Along with its Advanced Placement, Career Technical Education 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. Lake Norman High School was awarded the National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence Lighthouse award in May 2012. The school offers advisory

homeroom time, character education and adviser-advisee 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 participated in a panel discussion regarding how to support teachers to deliver better instruction at the NY Times Education for Tomorrow A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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Mooresville Graded School District offers ROTC opportunities to its students.

conference. And in spring 2013 President Barack Obama visited the school district to learn more about what’s working so well here. Through its digital conversion, the district provides individual laptops to

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students and teachers from second through 12th grades and iPads for all students in kindergarten and first grade. All grades use the SMART suite of technologies, including SMART boards. The system notes it pays

for its technology and training by efficiently reallocating funds. Edwards makes it clear that the technology is not the most critical element. “The key to success is our 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.” More than 6,000 students attend MGSD schools, with 1,800 at Mooresville High School. Almost 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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Education

Committed to Learning

As Iredell-Statesville Schools Superintendent, Brady Johnson believes in the power of the public school system by Renee Roberson photography by Candy Howard

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native of Statesville, Brady Johnson is a man who is truly passionate about education. He has been involved in the Iredell-Statesville Schools (I-SS) his entire life both as a student and as an educator. He believes in the power of what a public school system can offer, and with the help of innovative programs and federal grant money, has worked hard to give the students in his home county every possible advantage — to great results.

The i3 grant — a $45 million federal grant — has allowed I-SS to customize and individualize instruction at the classroom level. “It removes the barriers,” explains Johnson. “We focus heavily on assessing students and being very prescriptive with instruction.” The $20 million Race to the Top grant was awarded to only 17 school systems in the nation. Johnson says this grant focuses on the middle and high schools in the district and allows teachers to implement the “blended learning” concept along with a one-to-one technology incentive. I-SS is the only district in the country to be awarded both an i3 and Race to the Top grant.

Coming home Growing up, Johnson lived with his mother, a single parent who did not have a high school diploma. Realizing how that limited her job prospects, she encouraged her son early on to study hard and do well in school so he wouldn’t face the same obstacles. Johnson says he always enjoyed school, but it was a ninth grade English teacher at South Iredell High School who really influenced him, in addition to his principal, who insisted he go to college after graduating in 1972. Two years later he earned an AA degree from Mitchell Community College. He went on to graduate from Appalachian State University in 1976 with a BS in social studies with teacher certification — grades 6-12. After graduating from Appalachian, Johnson began his career at North Iredell High School as a social studies teacher. Eventually he landed back at his alma

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Johnson, a native of Statesville, believes in giving students and parents a variety of educational choices.

Preparing kids for the future

mater, South Iredell High, and spent the next 21 years teaching there. “I loved my job and looked forward to Monday mornings,” he recalls. “The kids have a funny way of keeping you young. I had a lot of great students. After two decades of teaching, Johnson entered the next phase of his career with roles in administration as assistant principal, principal and deputy superintendent. In 2009, he assumed the role of superintendent of IredellStatesville Schools. Under his leadership, I-SS has received two grants that have significantly impacted the learning potential of the county’s students.

Johnson feels one of the keys to educational success is to give parents and students a variety of educational choices as early as possible, such as the two IB middle schools in the system, Mt. Mourne School and Northview School in Statesville. He also sees the importance of preparing students — particularly those in high school — with the opportunity for success after high school. The I-SS school system offers two early college programs with the Collaborative College for Technology in Leadership and Visual Performing Arts Early College, where students graduate with an associate arts A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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Brady Johnson, superintendent of Iredell-Statesville Schools, received the 2014 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year award.

degree from Mitchell Community College along with their high school diplomas. Students also have the choice to attend Career Academy Technical School in Troutman. “We feel like we’re doing a good job of preparing kids for the workplace in the 21st century,” says Johnson. “They leave with credentials that make them more marketable.” In 2014, Johnson received the A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year award. But he still refuses to take all the credit for the success of I-SS Schools. “I have had a very supportive Board of Education,” he says. “The part I am most thankful for is our staff. We have a remarkable group of teachers and principals. They are totally dedicated to the concept of education — even in the years since the recession. They are in this business for the right reason.”

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Higher Education

Reach for the Sky Higher education opportunities can help you attain your goals by Renee Roberson f you’re seeking higher educational options, you’re in luck at Lake Norman, as higher education choices include an established private liberal arts college, schools with classes tailored to the needs of non-traditional and working students, community colleges with specialized degree and training programs, and a unique technical school designed specifically to help jumpstart a career in the automotive industry.

Central Piedmont Community College — Merancas Campus www.cpcc.edu/campuses/north With six campuses in the area, Central Piedmont Community College, established in 1963, offers a broad range of disciplines from which students can choose to study. The Merancas (formerly North) Campus, located in Huntersville, focuses on the college’s Public Safety and Transportation Technologies System programs. Examples of curriculum programs include: criminal justice, fire technology and more. For those interested in pursuing careers in the automotive industry, CPCC — Merancas has courses and degree programs in collision repair technology, diesel and heavy equipment technology, and transportation system technologies. The college also offers Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) for individuals wishing to enter law enforcement in North Carolina. In addition, the full-service campus provides associate of arts degree classes, college

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preparatory, GED/ESL and college transfer classes. Students can also take part in a diverse variety of continuing education classes, such as Forklift Certification, NC Vehicle Inspection and NC Vehicle Emissions Inspection (OBD II).

Davidson College www.davidson.edu Davidson College, established in 1837, is consistently ranked as one of the top 10 liberal arts colleges in the country, as it offers 26 majors, 17 minors as well as interdisplinary studies. Located on a 665acre main campus, with a 110-acre lake campus, the college has 1,950 students and is the alma mater to more than 23 Rhodes Scholars. Students attending Davidson College benefit from a low student to professor

ratio (10:1), with classes limited to 20 students to allow for a more collaborative, unique academic experience. In 2007 Davidson College developed the Davidson Trust, becoming the first liberal arts college in the country to replace loans with grants in all of its financial aid packages. Moreover, the campus is an integral part of the cozy and picturesque college town of Davidson, and more than 90 percent of the students live on campus. Athletes at the school compete in 21 sports at NCAA Division I.

Mitchell Community College — Mooresville Campus www.mitchellcc.edu/mooresville/ Founded in 1852, Mitchell Community College, located in Statesville, is an open-admissions

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Mitchell Community College is dedicated to meeting the post-secondary education and training needs of nearby residents.

community college dedicated to meeting the post-secondary education and training needs of nearby residents. In 1983, the college opened the Mooresville Campus, located in Downtown Mooresville. Mitchell offers college transfer courses, accounting, business administration, early childhood, information systems, medical assisting, phlebotomy and high school programs. Its GED program has experienced explosive growth over the years. English as a second

language classes are taught at three levels and are also quite popular. In addition, the school offers basic skills in the workplace classes, which cover reading, computation, problem solving, communication skills, team-working skills and more. In recent years, the Mooresville Campus expanded with 30,000 square feet of office and classroom space, including 12 classrooms, two science classroom/ laboratories, one multipurpose room, a student lounge and 12 faculty offices.

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

Universal Technical Institute www.uti.edu/ One of 12 campuses across the United States, the Universal Technical Institute — Mooresville Campus located conveniently off I-77, offers a wide range of automotive technology courses tailored for the NASCAR industry, in addition to various manufacturer training programs, such as Nissan and Ford. The rigorous curriculum covers an extensive list of fundamentals including, basic engine systems, electronics, power trains, brakes, climate control, transmissions and passenger restraint systems. In the Automotive Technology Training Program, students spend 48 weeks learning to troubleshoot, service and repair both domestic and foreign cars.

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Mitchell Community College offers a varied curriculum.

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Strayer University opened its doors in Huntersville in 2008 and is an educational resource in the area that caters to working adults looking to further their education. The campus, located at Exit 23, offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting, business, criminal justice, economics, health services administration, information systems and public administration. The school, which started in 1892, has more than 80 campuses nationwide and is accredited by the Middle States

More Local Higher Learning Opportunities For more information about higher learning opportunities in Mecklenburg County, visit the following Web sites: The Art Institute of Charlotte — www.artinstitutes.edu Charlotte School of Law — www.charlottelaw.org Johnson & Wales University — www.jwu.edu Johnson C. Smith University — www.jcsu.edu King’s College — www.kingscollegecharlotte.edu Queens University of Charlotte — www.queens.edu UNC Charlotte — www.uncc.edu

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real estate

Work, Play, Live

Mooresville Remains a Popular Place to Buy a Home

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by Renee Roberson

Lakeside living in Mooresville.

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aving grown up in the Lake Norman region, Abigail Jennings remembers when Exit 36 in Mooresville consisted of “one gas station and Hardee’s, and everything around it was either open fields, woods and homes.” The landscape has definitely changed since then. “Now pretty much anything you are looking for can be found in Mooresville,” says Jennings, president of Lake Norman Realty and longtime Lake Norman resident. “The diversity in offerings for shopping, dining, housing and business opportunities have created a wonderful synergy that allows residents to both work and play here.”

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Mooresville has always offered unique real estate opportunities, but like many communities, it suffered during the region’s economic downturn. New construction came to a halt, and home sales were on the decline. The good news is that as of 2013, the landscape of real estate is looking significantly brighter, with both the median sales prices and number of units sold on the upswing.

a historic home. There’s interest in all of it. The highest sector is resale homes.” Sales numbers for the past year include 1,342 sales for resale homes and 317 for new construction. The majority of homes sold during this time period fell within the $210,000-$243,000 price range, and sales of higher priced homes ($430,000+) saw a 17.6 percent increase.

A Strong Market

Mooresville in the Scope of the Lake Norman Area

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to both work and live in the Mooresville area instead of commuting to Charlotte. Others find the low Iredell County taxes attractive, along with the top-notch schools. There’s also more of the lake in Mooresville as compared to some of the other towns in the area. If you compare the different town populations with the number of real estate transactions over the past year, Mooresville comes out ahead. For example, the population of Huntersville is 50,000, with 1,500 units sold last year; Denver has 13,000 residents with 580 units sold; Cornelius has 26,898 residents with 814 units sold and Mooresville has 35,000 residents with 1,796 homes sold. One of the benefits to living in Mooresville is access to lakefront properties and lake-access communities. While Jennings says increased sales in this sector are improving alongside

Abigail Jennings is president of Lake Norman Realty. She grew up at Lake Norman.

the economy, it’s not what the primary buyers are seeking.

A Solid Legacy Crucial to its success is the fact that the leadership in Mooresville has always been proactive in its growth and development.

“Mooresville has a legacy of strong leadership,” says Jennings, who currently serves as vice president of the non-profit development group South-Iredell Community Development Corporation. “As Mooresville was originally a mill town, our town’s leaders recognized very early on that Mooresville’s future could not depend on textiles. Mooresville has continued to reinvent itself over the years from Port City to Race City. Today, Mooresville continues to look forward for opportunities and recognizes the important role of economic development and recently established a new business park to provide additional sites to attract new industries. I have been very fortunate to work alongside many of these leaders through my former involvement in Mooresville's Chamber and Economic Development Council.” 

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getting started

Partners for Success The Mooresville – South Iredell Chamber of Commerce can get you on the road to business by Mike Savicki photography by Ben Sherrill

Melissa Stahlman and her husband, David, started Black Powder Roasting Company in Mooresville.

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f you’re looking to start a business in the Mooresville area, your first stop should be the Mooresville — South Iredell Chamber of Commerce. There, you will find Kirk Ballard. As president of the Mooresville — South Iredell Chamber of

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Commerce, Ballard is ready and willing to help budding entrepreneurs take their ideas to the next level. And he likes to begin his conversations with individuals who express an interest in starting a small business in the area with a simple statement.

“It all starts with a business plan in the beginning stages,” Ballard says before reminding the entrepreneur, “The success rate for businesses is so much higher if they have a plan to follow.” And once you have a plan in place, that’s where Ballard believes the Chamber can help transform the dream into reality. “Especially in a tough economy, people feel the pull of going out on their own, but if they don’t do it correctly from the beginning and just assume people are going to run to their door and buy their product or service, my experience says even the best ideas can turn into recipes for disaster.” Ballard says the Chamber has the skill, experience and expertise to give necessary guidance and counsel. “What we do through the Chamber of Commerce is link entrepreneurs with the resources they need to help them get their company plan started the way our experience tells us it should,” Ballard explains. The Chamber’s staff offers several resources. First, through an exclusive partnership with Mitchell Community College, new business leaders learn the business-planning skills needed to hatch their new companies. The Chamber also links proven leaders with those who need guidance in new business structure planning. Both the Chamber’s Adult Leadership Program and Junior A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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Leadership Program teach aspiring leaders what communities need to solve the issues that hinder growth. 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 “no fee” seminars and workshops cover a range of topics pertinent to every component of managing a small business. From financing, grant writing, bookkeeping and money management to motivating and training employees to marketing and selling goods and services, the sessions offered prove beneficial to companies across a wide variety of industries. “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 Iredell Chamber celebrates 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, 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 self-determination and business success.”

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For more information about the Mooresville — South Iredell Chamber, visit www.mooresvillenc.org.

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Business Takes Flight Mooresville’s Economic Development attracts new aerospace interests by Mike Savicki

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DeBotech, the industry-leading carbon fiber and advanced composites company, makes its home in Mooresville.

sees it as just the beginning for both Windecker and Mooresville. From an activity standpoint, the region is truly taking flight. Mooresville

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n the surface, it might not seem like Mooresville and southern Iredell County has much in common with the People’s Republic of China. They are separated governance and ideology, not to mention geography, and their economies operate on different plateaus, too. But when China made the decision to open their airspace and allow private individuals to own and operate private aircraft, effectively creating a new industry, Mooresville saw an opportunity. “As a center that focuses on aerospace, defense and advanced manufacturing, we saw the Chinese decision as an opportunity to attract business,” says Robert Carney, executive director of the Mooresville South Iredell Economic Development Corporation. “Mooresville, being centrally located and primed with a wide variety of business amenities, including project-ready sites and a highly skilled and educated workforce, realized the potential for a large amount of demand to happen very quickly and jumped at the chance to offer support.” Windecker Industries was the first manufacturer of an FAA-certified, allcomposite airplane, the Windecker Eagle I. The aircraft can trace its origins to 1962 when it was originally designed by Leo Windecker in Lake Jackson, Texas. Windecker Aircraft, Inc., is carrying on the tradition. The company occupies 50,000 square feet of research and development space in the established and attractive Lakeside Business Park, positioned close to the I-77 corridor. Carney

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DeBotech manufactures everything from America's Cup sailing spars to chassis and bodywork for various racing syndicates.

Business Park East, a 476-acre, siteready campus, and the third of three such developments, is welcoming its first projects. With 400 acres of developable property, support and development along the LangTree corridor will soon follow suit. The existing array of businesses continues to grow and thrive thanks to the amenities of one of the state’s largest and most diverse micropolitans. DeBotech, the industry-leading carbon fiber and advanced composites company founded in 1998 by Hans deBot, a Mechanical and Aerospace Hall of Fame Inductee from North Carolina State University makes its home in Mooresville. With more than 20 years of experience designing, engineering and manufacturing everything from A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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with state-of-the-art manufacturing, warehouse and distribution. LangTree’s northern neighbor, the headquarters of Lowe’s Corporation, continues to be an industry leader and Fortune 100 magnate. Since the first building on the originally planned $320 million campus opened 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. “It’s hard to quantify the value of having major corporations like Lowe's and Ingersoll Rand in our community,” Carney says. “Not only do they add to the bottom line by drawing ancillary, supporting businesses like vendors and suppliers to the area, they also attract a workforce demographic — young educated professionals — they have only recently moved up to Lake Norman from Charlotte.” Economic development continues to find new homes on both existing roadways and in new and expanding

TODAY, AT 48, GREG FORNELLI OWNS TWO COMPANIES — STOCK CAR STEEL & ALUMINUM, INC. AND SUPPLIES FOR RACING & INDUSTRY, INC. — THAT HAVE A COMBINED REVENUE OF ABOUT $14 MILLION.

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America’s Cup sailing spars, and chassis and bodywork for various racing syndicates, as well as production parts for Automotive OEMs, the company strives to be the number one carbon fiber and advanced composite parts manufacturer in the world. If you don’t think technology plays a role in winning then think again as the USA two-man sled finished ahead of fourth by a mere 0.03 seconds at the Sochi Games in 2014. 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, maintains a waterfront campus nearby. Bestco, formerly Beacon Sweets, has expanded and is now the largest manufacturer of chewable pharmaceuticals in the country. Founded in 1976 as Beacon Sweets, a candy manufacturer in Newark, New Jersey, Bestco now develops innovative, highly palatable dosage forms for OTC drug products and dietary supplements from its expansive 40acre Mooresville campus, complete

Today, Stock Car Steel & Aluminum, Inc. and Supplies for Racing & Industry, Inc. operate out of a 26,000-square-foot space in Mooresville.

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business parks across the region. Development along Mooresville Road and off Mazeppa Road is booming with both available existing state-ofthe-art facilities as well as new land spaces in Mooresville Business Park, South Fork Business Park and South Iredell Business Park. Mooresville’s economic development is also winning awards locally, too. The first phase of LangTree Lake Norman is now open and changing the way business happens across the region. Apartments opened in October 2013 with restaurants, shops, condominiums and other assorted retail amenities taking residence. Economic opportunities still exist and, when completed, LangTree Lake Norman will be the premiere destination for living, working and playing around Lake Norman. With Windecker now joining the region’s growing array of global corporate stalwarts, Miles Atkins, Mayor of the Town of Mooresville, believes more will follow. “The community is truly excited to make Windecker Aircraft a part of the Mooresville community,” he says. “There is an abundance of advanced manufacturing companies here ready to support and ensure their success.” Making Waves - Mooresville

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non-profits

Building Community Local non-profits help neighbors during tough times by Lori K. Tate photography by Ken Noblezada

For 76 years, The Mooresville Lake Norman Christian Mission has been focused on helping people emerge from poverty.

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f you want to help your neighbors in need, area non-profits make it easy. All you need to do is select a focus and roll up your sleeves. For 76 years, The Mooresville Lake Norman Christian Mission has been focused on helping people emerge from poverty. Each year, the mission serves an average of 4,000 families, including more than 4,000 children and 10,000 individuals. These are people with an average monthly income of several hundred dollars or less. Currently the organization has approximately 1,800 volunteers running its program and services, and it is always looking for more help. Volunteer opportunities include mentoring, manning the front desk,

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hosting fundraising events and activities, organizing toy drives during the holidays, working in the food pantry, and more. The Mooresville Soup Kitchen’s mission is “to provide nourishing meals, encouragement and fellowship to those in need.� Located in Downtown Mooresville, The Mooresville Soup Kitchen is a non-denominational, faith-based organization that serves more than 4,000 meals monthly. Emergency Food Boxes are also provided as needed. There are plenty of ways to volunteer at the soup kitchen. You can join one of the more than 20 cook teams, drive to an assigned grocery store to pick up donations, or

volunteer to help sort and distribute food or clean up. Students over the age of 14 are welcome to volunteer in the dining area, and students 16 and over can volunteer in the kitchen. Barium Springs Home for Children was founded in 1891 and now provides services to almost 3,000 children, families and individuals. The non-profit provides "A Safe Home" through group homes, therapeutic foster care and adoption programs, as well as "Heal the Hurt" for individuals who are troubled, abused or neglected. Barium Springs also encourages "A Healthy Start" through educational, prevention and developmental programs. Group volunteer opportunities include A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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time to various non-profits across the community, as part of the Chamber’s purpose is to act as a catalyst in the area’s civic activities. In Mooresville, there are plenty of opportunities for you to make a positive difference, so don’t hesitate, get involved.

Non-Profit Organizations

Sorting donated clothing is a wonderful way to help those less fortunate.

hosting a dinner for one of Barium Springs programs, general cleaning and groundskeeping, and organizing supply drives and fundraisers. Iredell Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) is part of The Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse of Iredell County, Inc. For the past 27 years the Exchange SCAN Center in Iredell County has been committed to preventing child abuse and making families stronger. There are a variety of ways to volunteer

for SCAN, whether through helping with fundraisers or donating babysitting hours. In nearby Statesville, you’ll find Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center, which serves child victims of sexual abuse and their nonoffending family members in Iredell and Alexander counties. Volunteers are always needed to assist with fundraisers and other events. Members of The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber constantly volunteer

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HEALTHCARE

Caring for the Community

Medical care options offer residents peace of mind by Renee Roberson The physicians are board-certified in emergency medicine and on-call medical specialists are available for consultation. In addition, an array of advanced diagnostic imaging services are offered, including a CT scanner.

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I redell Health System 557 Brookdale Drive, Statesville www.iredellhealth.org

Lake Norman Regional Medical Center has served as an important part of the community since 1926, when it was first established as Lowrance Hospital.

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aving access to medical care has never been an issue for those living in Mooresville — in fact, there are now more options than ever. Depending on their needs, residents can choose from hospitals with history firmly rooted in the community, non-profit medical centers and a variety of health systems providing state-of-the-art (and awardwinning) technology and services for their care.

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 arolinas Medical Center — C Huntersville 16455 Statesville Road, Huntersville www.carolinashealthcare.org This healthcare pavilion offers a 24-hour emergency department with bedside registration for convenience, as well as treatment rooms (including one designated as a trauma/resuscitation room).

In 2014, Iredell Health System (IHS) celebrated 60 years of caring for the community of Statesville and its surrounding areas. Formerly known as Iredell Memorial Hospital, the facility began as a 100-bed, not-forprofit hospital and has grown into a 247-bed, non-profit, locally managed regional health system. IHS offers patients high nurse-topatient 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. 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 1,500 people, including 260 physicians specializing in a variety of disciplines. IHS also has six centers of excellence — Advanced Imaging, Surgical Services, Prevention and Wellness, Cancer Services, A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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 ake Norman Regional L Medical Center 171 Fairview Road, Mooresville www.lnrmc.com Lake Norman Regional Medical Center has served as an important part of the community since 1926, when it was first established as Lowrance Hospital. In the 1980s, the hospital changed its name to better reflect its place and commitment to the Lake Norman community. It 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. The medical center, conveniently located just off I-77, is also

partially owned by local physicians. Spread across 30 acres, the 123-bed facility provides patients with a surgical center, The Stork’s Landing Maternity Center, an orthopedic specialty center, a weight-loss surgical center and much more. LNRMC supports the surrounding community by hosting a number of monthly support groups and free informative seminars and by regularly participating in regular health fairs. In addition, LNRMC has received designation as an American Institute of Minimally Invasive Surgery (AIMIS) Center of Excellence.

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Cardiovascular, and Women’s and Children’s Services, to better serve the community.

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In 2014, Iredell Health System celebrated 60 years of caring for the community of Statesville and its surrounding areas.

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Lakeside Family Physicians Urgent Care in Mooresville as well as other local physician practices. Patients who need more comprehensive treatment have access to the nearby Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center. The facility offers 91 beds and a wide range of services, including maternity, surgery, cardiovascular and cardiac care. Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center remains involved in the local community through the following organizations: Huntersville Family Fitness Aquatic Center, Catawba River District, Carolina Rapids Soccer Club and The Solomon House Iredell Health System currently houses 247 beds and employs 1,500 people.

 iedmont Healthcare P www.piedmonthealthcare.com One of the largest physician-owned and -directed multi-specialty groups in

North Carolina, Piedmont Healthcare offers more than 160 providers in 32 specialties treating patients at 50

locations in Troutman, Mooresville, Statesville and Mocksville. The physicians at 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 recently earned the 2014 UnitedHealthcare PATH Excellence in Patient Service Award, which is based on clinical results that measure how successfully practices have closed gaps in patient care.

Get back to more important things. Minimally Invasive Surgery We’re here to help you get back to your active lifestyle. Minimally invasive surgery techniques allow surgeons to perform delicate and complex gynecological, urological, orthopedic, weight loss and general surgery procedures. And many patients experience a shorter hospital stay and quicker recovery. Enjoy life the way you used to. To learn more about our surgical services, visit us online at LNRMC.com. AIMIS CENTER OF EXCELLENCE ACCREDITATION Patient results may vary. Before you decide on surgery, discuss treatment options with your doctor. Understanding the risks and benefits of each treatment can help you make the best decision for your individual situation. Lake Norman Regional Medical Center is directly or indirectly owned by a partnership that proudly includes physician owners, including certain members of the hospital’s medical staff.

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A Home for Mooresville’s Band of Military Brothers

Veterans Receive Hard-Earned Recognition in Mooresville by Mike Savicki

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Today, on this Thursday morning, as happens every week, I see Purple Heart recipients, Silver Star heroes, as well as soldiers either just got back on U.S. soil or are about to deploy. Richard’s Coffee Shop has become home for Mooresville’s military band of brothers. It is our special place. “I have traveled all over the United States and have never seen anything like it. On any given day, at any given time, when you walk into Richard’s, you often find yourself shoulder to shoulder with many of our country’s greatest living heroes,” says Jim Kiger, an Air Force veteran who serves as the military liaison for

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he veterans begin arriving early on this Thursday morning as we do every week. We grab a cup of coffee, sit, mingle, reconnect and reminisce. Representing every branch of service, having served in wars, conflicts and peacetime, we have traveled from all across the region. None will say we come for the free coffee. All will tell you we come together weekly for the brotherhood. For me, it’s about doing for a veteran what he (or she) wants and needs. It’s about knowing we are among brothers. You see, I’m a Navy veteran who served as the Persian Gulf War was beginning. My service ended when I became disabled in the line of duty.

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both the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce and the Mooresville Mayor’s office. “If it’s not one-of-a-kind, it’s darn near, and if what we do to support and honor our veterans isn’t extraordinary then I don’t know what is.” Twenty-one years ago, the dream of one soldier gave birth to our home. In early 1995, an Army veteran named Richard Warren signed a lease for a storefront in Downtown Mooresville and took a chance by starting a small business. The former gunship pilot who had previously served in the Vietnam War, call sign “Maverick 53,” opened a small coffee shop named after his wife, Pat. With the simple promise of a good cup of coffee served with small town warmth, his dream became a reality. What Richard did for the veterans who began patronizing his shop was something ahead of its time. Knowing that America had still not warmed to appreciating the soldiers, seamen, airmen and marines who returned from service, Richard began greeting veterans and active duty service members with a simple, “Welcome home, brother [or sister]” as they entered. If they were willing to share a story of two, he asked them to sign his “Book of Honor.” Making Waves - Mooresville

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through Welcome Home Veterans Living Military Museum at Richard's Coffee Shop." “Richard’s was and will always be a place where all the veterans can congregate and continue to share the same levels of support and camaraderie they received in the service,” explains David Parkins, media/public relations coordinator of Welcome Home Veterans. “And

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Soon Pat’s Gourmet Coffee Shop became known as a place where veterans were welcomed and appreciated. The reputation spread across the Lake Norman area, throughout the region and eventually across the nation. The walls of the shop soon became saturated with photos, memorabilia, mementos, ribbons, awards, flags and almost everything military related that a patron could carry and donate. More than a coffee shop, Pat’s became a living military museum. Sadly, in May of 2009, Richard died of complications from exposure to Agent Orange. His patrons vowed to keep the shop open in his honor. After a two-year relocation to a storefront further down Main Street, locally owned Aquesta Bank came aboard and worked to set up the lease-to-purchase agreement that ultimately helped Welcome Home Veterans settle in its third and permanent location as both a coffee shop and living military museum. An overflow crowd of supporters packed Downtown Mooresville when the new shop opened on July 4, 2009. The mission statement simply reads, “To ensure the memory of, and support to, those who serve

we have grown to become a very strong support center that not only coordinates volunteer work but takes an active role in helping veterans in every way imaginable.” Two hours pass and as the morning wanes, I make my way to the door to depart. I’m thanked for my service by a group of schoolchildren who have just arrived on a field trip to meet veterans and learn about military history. I tell them about my service in Naval aviation then direct them past a Revolutionary War display to a book over in a corner — it’s the same Book of Honor Richard first opened more than two decades ago, asking each and every veteran who entered his storefront to sign it. I tell them it is perhaps America’s most unique collection of signatures this side of Washington, D.C. I tell them I signed it in 1994 long before they were born. Now, I add, it has well over 10,000 signatures, and all of us are united by our service. And as I leave, I complete one more task. I greet a young veteran with “Welcome Home, Brother.”

Richard's serves free coffee to veterans every Thursday morning.

Long regarded as “The Most Patriotic Coffee Shop in America,” Welcome Home Veterans Living Military Museum at Richard’s Coffee Shop is centrally located on Main Street in Downtown Mooresville. Veterans receive free coffee on Thursday mornings, all patrons enjoy live music performances every Saturday morning, and permanent military displays and memorabilia dating to the Revolutionary War are free for viewing to all visitors including school-aged children. Special veteran and service member events are planned and coordinated throughout the year. For more information, or to take a Google virtual tour, visit www.welcomehomeveterans.org.

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SENIOR FUN

The Best is Yet to Come

Enjoy retirement at the South Iredell Senior Center

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etirement is a time for senior citizens to live life to the fullest and try things they’ve always wanted to try. They don’t call them the golden years for nothing. Senior citizens in the Mooresville area have a distinct advantage because of the South Iredell Senior Center. Twenty-five years ago the Iredell Council on Aging passed a resolution and voted to work toward securing a building to house a multi-purpose senior center in Mooresville. Today the South Iredell Senior Center is housed on the lower level of the Charles Mack Citizen Center in Downtown Mooresville. The purpose of the senior center is based on the following three premises: Aging is a normal developmental process; human beings need peers with whom they can interact and who are available as a source of encouragement and support; and older adults have the right to a voice in determining

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matters in which they have a valid interest. The mission of the senior center is “to help seniors to continue to grow, promoting physical, emotional and economical wellbeing for successful aging.” All that said, there’s a lot of fun and fellowship to be had at the South Iredell Senior Center. Tina Czarnecki, senior center manager, says that the center currently serves more than 1,000 seniors and that exercise classes are one of its most popular offerings. “Seniors today want to invest in their good health and fitness. Other popular classes include a variety of card games, arts and crafts, various sewing/knitting groups, Reader’s Theatre, yoga, tai chi, line dancing, water exercises, etc.,” she explains. “The senior center has regular educational workshops where community businesses or organizations present on topics of interest and other workshops that are just for fun, like candy making, cooking for one, or decorating for autumn.” During the fall there’s a Halloween dance, and during the holidays the center opens Santa’s Gift Shop to the community. There’s even a Christmas Social with door prizes, entertainment, food and fellowship. “It’s a one-stop for all seniors. If seniors need a service or help of any kind, the senior center can assist. Most of the time the center actually provides the needed service, but if we don’t, we will get them connected with who does,” explains Czarnecki.

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Workshops are a popular activity.

“We offer everything from support groups, legal services, tax filing, health screenings, outreach and volunteer opportunities. The Senior Center even offers counseling and enrollment assistance for things like Medicare/senior insurance, nursing home/assisted living, Social Security online enrollment and more.” The South Iredell Senior Center is a place where individuals can continue to grow emotionally, maintain their health and fitness, learn new things, make friends, find purpose, and basically help seniors age successfully. “There is something for everyone,” says Czarnecki. “It’s always fun, and there are always exciting things going on.”

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Kid Time

Have a Good Time Family time is easy to come by in Mooresville by Renee Roberson

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ooreville is a wonderful place to raise children because there are so many opportunities for them here. No matter what your kids are interested in, there are a variety of ways to educate and entertain them here — often at the same time. Downtown Mooresville provides a charming small-town feel with its unique storefronts, and readers have been browsing the shelves at the Mooresville Public Library since 1939. Take in the fresh air by venturing out to a local farm, playing minature golf or going on a boat ride. Exploring the fun recreational and educational opportunities around every corner will surely bring a smile to the faces of every member of your family.

Waves of Fun You’ll find all levels of fun in Mooresville, on land or in the water. 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. 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 laser tag arena, climbing wall and 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

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If your children are 16 and older and have a valid driver’s license, GoPro Motorplex is for you.

group exercise studios, an indoor lap pool, an indoor family pool with beach entry and waterslides, outdoor sports fields, racquetball courts, and dropin childcare. Each year, it also hosts one of the most popular 4th of July celebrations in the area.

Farm Fun Carrigan Farms is a fifth-generation family farm specializing in growing fruits and vegetables, providing educational school tours and field trips, swim parties and other special events. It also offers visitors the chance to pick apples, strawberries and pumpkins on a seasonal basis. For those who enjoy the spooky side of Halloween, visitors 12 and older can brave a “Haunted Trail” at

Scarrigan Farms during select dates in October at the farm. 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 the ever-popular 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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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 are also picnic areas and a playground. The General Store is stocked with gifts and souvenirs from around the world, as well as T-shirts, hats and treats.

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Start Your Engines

DOUG CARRIGAN OWNS CARRIGAN FARMS IN MOORESVILLE, A FIFTH GENERATION FARM.

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, ring-tailed lemurs, water buffalo, ostrich and pot-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 ride through the 3 1/2-mile safari 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, zebra, bison, tigers, as well as a barnyard petting zoo with 2015-16

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If your children are 16 and older and have a valid driver’s license, GoPro Motorplex is for you. Located on a 30-acre campus adjacent to the athletic fields at Mazeppa Road Park, GoPro Motorplex is the only outdoor karting venue in North Carolina and is centered around a 0.7-mile, 11-turn world-class race track built by industry professionals with a meticulous emphasis on safety and usability. GoPro Motorplex’s fleet of 25 rental karts provides an adrenaline rush like no other, reaching speeds up to

55 mph. The karts feature cuttingedge technology to offer both a fast and safe racing experience. Each kart is accommodating with adjustable seating for driver comfort.

Play at the Parks Want to get outside and play? Mooresville is home to 15 parks and four recreation centers. Here are just a few of the local facilities and their most attractive features. Adjacent to Liberty Park, the War Memorial Building has three lighted tennis courts, a gymnasium and also provides residents the opportunity to splash and cool off during the summer months in its community pool. Visitors to Cornelius Road Park will find six lighted tennis courts, a state-of-the-art play structure, walking trails, picnic shelters and a disc golf course. The Town of Mooresville Skate Park on West Iredell Avenue offers thrills with ramps and a street course for skateboard enthusiasts for free daily.

Getting Out Carrigan Farms

1261 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy. Mooresville 704.664.1450 www.carriganfarms.com

The Pit Indoor Kart Racing

GoPro Motorplex

346 East Plaza Drive Mooresville 704.799.3470 www.meetatthepit.com

Lazy 5 Ranch

http://www.ci.mooresville.nc.us/ portal/recreationparks

Lowe’s YMCA

1459 River Hwy. Mooresville 704.663.2628 www.queenslanding.com

Patterson Farm Market & Tours, Inc.

448 Pilch Road Troutman 888.966.0069 www.zootasticpark.com

130 Motorplex Drive Mooresville 704.696.2926

15100 Mooresville Road Mooresville 704.663.5100 www.lazy5ranch.com 170 Joe V. Knox Avenue Mooresville 704.716.4001 www.ymcacharlotte.org/lowes

10390 Caldwell Road Mount Ulla 704.797.0013 www.pattersonfarminc.com

Town of Mooresville Parks Queen's Landing

Zootastic Park of Lake Norman

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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eats

Dig In

A culinary scene for all by Trevor Burton photography by Glenn Roberson

Alino Pizzeria is a favorite Mooresville pizza restaurant.

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y wife and I love entertaining outof-towners when they come to visit us in Mooresville. There’s the majesty of Lake Norman, of course, but what really astonishes our guests is the variety and quality of dining we have here. We play host to people from all over the United States, as well as some of Europe’s finest cities. Inevitably, whenever we take them out to get a bite and a sip, jaws tend to drop.

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We recently took some friends to dinner at Epic Chophouse in Downtown Mooresville on Main Street. Before moving to southern sensibility, one of our friends lived and dined in New York City. As we waited for our table he looked around at the architecture and the food on the tables and commented that he felt like he was at the best steakhouse in Manhattan.

Combine this historic building and the culinary talents of Chef Jon Spencer, and you’re onto something — a visual feast for the eyes and a savory feast for your palate. Great steaks, great seafood and a spectacular wine list with servers who know what wines to recommend with a meal. Try their crispy fried whole flounder. Scintillating. Up for something more European? Treat yourself at Pasquale Caruso’s eponymous restaurant on Brawley School Road. Once again you’re transported — this time to an upscale trattoria somewhere on a backstreet in Rome — with ambiance and aromas to match. Some time ago the ancient and prestigious dining group, the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, took over Caruso’s restaurant for an evening of some of the best Italian cuisine you can find anywhere. Normally this gourmet gang hangs out at the crème de la crème of that large banking city to our south, so you can see the league that Caruso’s plays in. Magnifico. When we really want to show off we like to take guests out on a leisurely boat ride to the Prickly Pear, overlooking the bridge on Williamson Road. This place is unique; it’s one of the most upscale Mexican restaurants you’ll ever set foot in. First, you get to sip on a pre-dinner margarita on the terrace while watching the sun set on the lake. Then, you get to select from authentic Mexican dishes that truly fit the description, “gourmet.” And there’s a wine list that’s heavy A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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with wines from Spain and South America. ¡Espectacular! While on the subject of wine, what could possibly be better than going into a wine store and finding there’s a party about to break out? Drop in at Jamie Venable’s Wine Maestro at Mooresville Town Square. On a Thursday or Friday you might run into a crowd tasting wine and noshing on in-house Chef Graddie Lane’s creations — yes, this is a wine store that has an in-house chef. And it’s not the only game in town. Venture downtown to 202 North Main Wine Shop and Music Room on a Thursday evening. It’s the same thing — wine tasting, music and food — this time in a beautifully restored historic building. Pretty nifty. Then again, there are some times when all you hanker for is a perfect hamburger or maybe a bison burger. One more time you’re in luck. Stop by Blu Star Grill on Market Place Avenue

Homemade cannolis at Alino Pizzeria.

in Morrison Plantation Shops. The quality and freshness of ingredients is what sets this place apart. Add some fried green tomatoes as a side dish to your burger, and you’re in foodie heaven. Blissful.

One stop that’s a weekly must for us is Josh’s Market on Williamson Road. We load up on fresh, local produce of all kinds. It really does taste better. Over the years we’ve become friends with Landon Wilder. Landon and his Shrimp Connection are a weekend fixture at Josh’s. Each week Landon journeys down to the Carolina shore and brings back a truckload of fish, shrimp and other goodies. As far away from the ocean as we are, we still get access to all kinds of seafood that was swimming in the briny only a day or so before. Unbeatable. All of this is just the delicious tip of a very tasty iceberg. We lucky Mooresvilleans have a vast choice of other restaurants. We have a huge collection of ethnic food and pizza restaurants, meat and three veggie joints, and lots of sandwich places. Mooresville, a culinary treasure. Who’d have thought? Bon Appétit.

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Arts & Culture

It’s Showtime

Photography courtesy of Performing Arts Live of Iredell

A growing cultural scene entertains throughout the year

Presido Brass is one of the many nationally acclaimed groups that performs through Performing Arts Live of Iredell.

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ooresville has a bustling cultural scene that grows more and more each year. Whether you’re interested in live performances or visual art, you’ll be able to find something that more than satisfies your cultural appetite. One of the best ways to tap into the area’s arts and culture scene is it is to go downtown. The Charles Mack Citizen Center in Downtown Mooresville is a state-of-the art facility that offers a variety of programming (think concerts, festivals and plays) year round. Masterworks School of the Arts, a local performing arts school, frequently performs productions here, as well as The Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre. National acts have even been known to take the stage.

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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 Mooresville Arts makes its home. Six local artists who originally met in the basement of the War Memorial building to exchange ideas and simply paint founded the organization (initially called Mooresville Artist Guild) in 1955. Today Mooresville Arts offers classes, workshops, exhibitions and its annual Fall Artoberfest. In the fall of 2015, the organization

hosted the North Carolina Watercolor Society’s Annual Juried Exhibit and Convention. 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 from across the state of North Carolina, as well as the rocky coast of Maine and the West. The Lake Norman Big Band 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 artists such as Norah Jones. If the venue allows it, dancing is always encouraged. A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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Get Cultured The following sites will help you enjoy Mooresville’s cultural side. Photography courtesy of the Charles Mack Citizen Center.

Charles Mack Citizen Center

Masterworks School of the Arts performs frequently at the Charles Mack Citizen Center.

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Lake Norman Big Band

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Mooresville Arts www.magart.org

Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre

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Performing Arts Live of Iredell www.palofiredell.com

Music fans will also enjoy Live at the 115 during the warmer months. This celebration of local music takes place at John Franklin Moore Park and is always free. Concerts begin at 5:30 p.m. Music on Main is another

summer concert series that offers free outdoor concerts. Many times the concerts are held on the lawn of Mooresville Town Hall. Movies on Main offers family movies (mainly outdoors) during the warmer months.

In addition, Performing Arts Live of Iredell offers a concert series throughout the year featuring nationally acclaimed artists. Performances take place at Mac Gray Auditorium in nearby Statesville.

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SHOPPING

Retail Therapy at its Finest

Grab your wallet and check out the scene by Lori K. Tate orget about driving into Charlotte to peruse cute boutiques or grab deals at big boxes. Everything you need is right here in Mooresville. So grab your wallet, and let’s go shopping. The latest news on Mooresville’s shopping front is LangTree Lake Norman. Located on the shores of Lake Norman at Exit 31, this mixeduse development offers high-end boutiques such as Fab’rik and Swell Board Shop, as well as jewelers such as R. Gregory Jewelers. Top off your shopping experience with a cocktail at Bacchus Wine and Tapas. Downtown Mooresville, like so many other small towns across the country, has reinvented itself by going back to its roots. A quintessential North Carolina town, Downtown Mooresville is peppered with mom and pop businesses, as well as a hardware store that dates back to 1899. (The architecture alone is worth a stroll.) Nowhere else is Downtown Mooresville’s friendliness more apparent than at Landmark Galleries, Inc., where artist, photographer and writer, “Cotton” Ketchie sells and displays his work. Ketchie is a native of Mooresville and will happily share stories of the town’s past. Fashionistas will love AnnaCraig Boutique and L2, both quaint boutiques with one-of-a kind designs, while jewelry lovers are sure to find treasures either at Alexander Zachary Jewelers or Jewelers on Main. If you want to flex your creative muscle,

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Lake Norman Antique Mall features 27,000 square feet of fun finds.

there are plenty of opportunities to do so at Ain’t Miss Bead Haven, a full-service bead shop that offers jewelry-making classes. If you need a sugar fix, be sure to stop in

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husband-and-wife team Lee and Ale Warden. Be sure to pet their dog, Aspen, when you stop in for a visit. Located nearby on Williamson Road is Lavendar Boutique, stocked with designs by Dolce Vita, Ella Moss, Hudson and more. In the same shopping center, Sweet Grass entices with a variety of gifts for the home (think frames, jewelry and serving pieces). Sweet Grass also offers fun craft classes occasionally in the evenings. Throughout the Lake Norman area there are plenty of locally owned shops and franchises eager to please with personalized customer service and an inventory of specialized items. During recent years various campaigns have encouraged residents to shop local whenever possible. So the next time you find yourself looking for that perfect gift or pick-me-up, remember to shop local in Mooresville.

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multi-dealer antique mall specializes in primitive to high-end furniture and is located on East Plaza Drive. In the western part of Mooresville, you’ll find any big box store you need, including Bed Bath & Beyond, Belk, Best Buy, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Michael’s, Old Navy, Super Target, T.J. Maxx, Staples, Walmart and more. Keep your eyes peeled for boutiques in this area as well. Nestled among big box retailers such as Staples and Old Navy on River Highway, you’ll discover Molly Malone’s Boutique, which carries everything from Jack Rogers sandals to jewelry to Vera Bradley. In Morrison Plantation, there’s Nellie Jane, a home boutique filled with antique, new and vintage furniture, plus special touches. Steps away from Nellie Jane is Brushy Mountain Outdoors, an outdoor and lifestyle clothing store owned by

Lake Norman Antique Marketplace specializes in primitive to high-end furniture. It is located on East Plaza Drive.

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Event Spaces

Let’s Party

Mooresville can accommodate any type of event by Lori K. Tate

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constructed the property’s farmhouse. The tree-covered grounds of the plantation also feature the Carolina Boulder Meeting Center, which was built from large Carolina boulders, as well as the Plantation Barn, which is 8,250 square feet. Both facilities perfectly capture the rustic elegance of the property. The Plantation Pavilion can accommodate up to 600 guests indoors and outdoors. The welcoming community of Mooresville is happy to help you create an event that’s perfect for your family, company and occasion. Let the planning begin!

The Scoop

For more information on the Charles Mack Citizen Center, visit www.cmccmooresville.com. For more information regarding The Historic Langtree Plantation, visit www.langtreeplantation.com.

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re you a bride-to-be planning a wedding? Are you the responsible granddaughter planning the family reunion? Perhaps your nonprofit needs to hold a fundraiser or your company wants to celebrate the holidays with a sit-down dinner. Whatever the occasion, Mooresville has you covered. Located in Downtown Mooresville, the 62,000-square foot Charles Mack Citizen Center is capable of hosting a variety of events. There are six banquet rooms in the facility that can accommodate anywhere from 30 to 450 people. In addition to indoor banquet space, there are two outdoor gardens, complete with water features that are perfect for cocktail hour or

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weddings. If you choose to have your event catered, you must choose from the center’s approved caterer list. If your event involves a formal presentation, the auditorium at the Charles Mack Center holds more than 230 people. The space is often used for concerts and theatrical productions. One of the newest event locations in the Mooresville area is The Historic Langtree Plantation. Perfect for weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, showers, as well as private dinners and banquets, The Historic Langtree Plantation is located on a farm that was established in 1850 just 18 miles north of Uptown Charlotte. Dr. Henry Yeoman Mott originally

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The Charles Mack Citizen Center in Downtown Mooresville is capable of hosting a variety of events.

The auditorium at the Charles Mack Citizen Center holds more than 230 people.

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Sports

Living the Active Lifestyle Athletics are a priority in Mooresville by Mike Savicki hen it comes to making sports a part of an active family lifestyle, Mooresville’s Dale Tweedy is a great example of blending the benefits. By day, Tweedy serves as partner at Stonegate Developers, LLC, a commercial real estate development firm, and founder of crankshooter.com, an online supplier of lacrosse equipment. Outside the office, the Ironman triathlete, mountain biker and adventure racer plays an active role in area youth sports. He says area opportunities begin with the kids. 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. “The popularity of the game has grown far beyond what we initially imagined,” says Tweedy, director of marketing for Lake Norman United. “The kids who first started playing 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.” Add to that, that in 2012, Lake Norman High School’s men’s lacrosse team won the state championship, and you can see just how hot this sport is here. Whether your sport is soccer, softball or swimming, not to mention football, baseball, basketball, tennis or track,

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Mooresville High School is home to the Blue Devils.

you can find a program, playing fields and fantastic competition aplenty in the Mooresville area. Home to nearly 600 boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 18, the Lake Norman Soccer Club provides skills training, personalized instruction, and recreational and competitive soccer opportunities in year-round programs, camps and leagues. LNSC is committed to providing families, coaches and officials a soccer experience that

emphasizes enjoyment and encourages the development of a player’s skills, self-confidence and character within a competitive environment to be leaders on and off the field. The sport of fast pitch softball is also enjoying a tremendous rise in popularity among girls and young ladies between the ages of 8 and 18. The Carolina Comets, one of the five oldest and continuously operating girls’ softball organizations in North A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine

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Carolina, offers girls the opportunity to play at the highest levels and improve their chances of playing in college. “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. “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.” By the time young athletes reach high school, their casual sports participation often 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. And what about those who long to compete in college and beyond?

THE MOORESVILLE SPINNERS ARE ONE OF 10 TEAMS COMPRISING THE RAPIDLY EXPANDING CAROLINA VIRGINIA COLLEGIATE LEAGUE (CVCL).

The Mooresville Spinners are one of 10 teams comprising the rapidly expanding Carolina Virginia Collegiate League (CVCL). Bringing together baseball players from schools across the Southeast for summer competition, the Spinners defeated the Catawba Valley Stars to capture the 2014 CVCL Championship. Area swimmers, including a certain Olympian named Ryan Lochte, who train with the nationally respected and locally based SwimMAC program, are fixtures in the pools arround the area, too. It’s not uncommon for Lochte, along

with his other Team Elite teaammates, to join a high school team for an afternoon practice or community service presentation or event. Drive by any area playing field on a busy weekend and you’ll see families like the Tweedys living the active lifestyle around the lake. With athletic opportunities abounding for athletes of all ages and abilities in Mooresville, and with so many different sports available at all levels, it’s clear that athletics are a top priority.

Pooling Energies

SwimMAC Carolina, a United States Olympic Committee Center for Excellence and USA Swimming’s top swim club in the country, has unveiled plans for a world class facility to be constructed during LangTree’s next phase of construction. The massive, 51,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art swim facility, features two competitionsized pools, medical and training facilities, and a grandstand that will hold more than 2,000 spectators for swimmers who take the sport seriously. The center will provide youth programs as well as competitive training for Olympic athletes. At the helm of the project is SwimMAC CEO and USA Swimming’s 2016 Women’s Olympic Head Coach, David Marsh, who believes the facility will brand the region as one of the

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country’s top swimming locales. “One of the reasons I came to Charlotte [from Auburn University where he led the men’s and women’s teams to a combined 12 national championships] was because I believed this city had the energy, the resources and the passion to embrace a sport like swimming and do whatever would be needed to help it thrive,” Marsh explains. “And now, if you look at how so many different groups and clubs are struggling to find pool space all over the city, including us, you’ll see that the energy has multiplied. What our new pool will be is a center not just for Olympic athletes and our club but also a resource for the entire community to get behind, use and enjoy. Building it will take the community getting behind the effort, and I’m excited to see it happen.” — Mike Savicki

Photography by Glenn Roberson

SwimMAC Carolina builds a home at LangTree Lake Norman

David Marsh is the SwimMAC CEO and USA Swimming's 2016 Women's Olympic Head Coach.

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Golf

Greener Greens and Beautiful Birdies Mooresville is where public golf and Trump National Charlotte play well together by Mike Savicki

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Was this the work of Donald and Eric Trump, whose nearby Trump National Charlotte might have been trying to lure more golfers to their recently upgraded exquisite lakefront facility? To the contrary, the demolition had been approved in an August 2014 meeting of the Moorsville Board of Commissioners who knew an upfit of the course was needed to keep pace with the area’s growing love of the sport. The work was part of the course’s first major renovation in years. Karen Palacios-Jansen, a golf performance specialist, Nike Golf

Advisory Staff member, David Leadbetter-trained instructor and AFAA certified personal trainer, watched from the sidelines. She was excited that public golfers would soon be enjoying the same improved amenities that she now enjoys since the Trumps purchased her home course in 2012, renamed it Trump National Charlotte, and made a host of upgrades, as well. The longtime pro, who leads online classes from her home studio, was now seeing higher-end improvements on municipal courses, too. Golf is booming in Mooresville like never

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s the 2014 golf season came to a close, a gathering of disbelieving and disheartened public golfers watched in wonder as an army of bulldozers, dump trucks, front loaders and other heavy machinery made their way up the entryway of Mooresville Golf Course, fanned out in different directions and began demolishing seemingly each and every fairway, green, trap and tee box. Lush fairways and brilliant greens soon transformed into piles of red Carolina clay, dust and debris. Gone, too, were the cart paths, the driving range, and the warm and cozy clubhouse which had been incinerated as part of the demolition.

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before she thought to herself. One private and two public courses satisfy Mooresville golfers. Tennis, fitness, aquatics, family activities, dining and even a bakery all in a Cape Cod style village to go with golf? Yes, that’s what you’ll get when you make plans to visit Mooresville’s most upscale and charming private country club. With improvements from tee to green and an added touch of class everywhere you look, this newly renamed and upgraded club is the latest in a certain businessman’s array. Yes, every amenity proudly bears his name (including the bakery), and, right down to the smallest detail, the club is every bit deserving of its reputation. Members simply call it Trump, but nationally, it’s better known as Trump National Charlotte. And for the public crowd, Mallard Head, a semi-private par 72 course at 6,904 yards, and Mooresville Golf Course, a municipal par 72 layout at 6,528 yards, are just minutes from Trump. Palacios-Jansen believes golfers of all skill levels can enjoy the area’s already varied offerings. “You get a mix of the old and new in terms of golf course design in the Mooresville area,” explains Palacios-Jansen, who is also the wife of Olympic gold medal speed skater, Dan Jansen (also an avid golfer). “You'll find classically designed courses that reflect typical Carolina

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improvement, in my opinion, but I welcome any upgrades that enrich our playing experience.” Palacios-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

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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.” When she tees it up and works with students on any one of the varied courses close to her back yard, she

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enjoys some of the most varied and challenging holes anywhere in the state. It’s a combination Jansen truly appreciates. “The state of the game is in good shape in this area. The Lake Norman area has always been a golfer's paradise,” Palacios-Jansen says. “Donald Trump has [now] discovered what all of us living at The Point Lake and Golf Course [now Trump National Charlotte] have known for years, that we live and play on one of the most amazing and beautiful golf courses in the world.” And it is getting better. “Donald Trump, with his resources, will be able to enhance our area and elevate it to world-class status,” PalaciosJansen continues. “Not that it needed

courses,” Palacios-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.” So as 2015 turns to 2016, and the renovations at Mooresville are completed, golf carts will again replace the heavy equipment. Area golfers are already saying the improvements will have been worth the wait. And at Trump, Mooresville and Mallard Head, the greens will be greener and the birdies more beautiful. Making Waves - Mooresville

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Racing

Off to the Races in Race City USA Mooresville and motorsports go hand in hand

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n June 2015, after months of engineering, planning and contracting that included carting in truckloads of the red Carolina clay that transformed into double and triple jumps, tabletops, drops and dips, Global RallyCross driver and Mooresville resident, Scott Speed, along with his lifelong friend and business partner, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver, T.J. Bell, opened Speed RC in Mooresville’s Talbert Business Park.

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Their goal in making the shared dream a reality was to bring RC (radio control) racing to Race City USA and open not only the best indoor dirt racing facility in the country but also operate the largest hobby shop with the biggest in-person and online sales departments on the web. Speed RC is the latest addition to Mooresville’s high speed auto racing home base. Penske Racing’s state-ofthe-art facility houses the operations of its NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide

Series teams, as well as its 2014 IZOD IndyCar Championship headquarters. Fans can oversee the shop action on a 330-foot fan walk that allows viewers to get up close and personal with the crews as they prepare cars for upcoming races almost every week of the year. JR Motorsports, the 66,000-squarefoot facility owned by Dale Earnhardt, Jr., is the home of JR Nation, complete with a retail store and a “Dale Jr. Fan Experience” room that chronicles the life and racing career of the driver. NASCAR’s perennial fan favorite local resident is never far away either. The Dale Jr. Foundation, run by sister, Kelley Earnhardt Miller, centers its support in the local community. Kyle Busch Motorsports serves as the 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

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version of Hollywood’s famous Walk of Fame. It is located in front of the Charles Mack Citizen Center. Geography and lifestyle were two of the main drivers that helped build the foundation for motorsportss in the area. 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

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. On certain “Sunday Fun Days” when the sport has a rare “day off,” you might catch Aric Almirola on a paddleboard, Jimmie Johnson in an open-water swim or any one of a dozen up-and-coming drivers on a WaveRunner or wake board. Meanwhile, back at Speed RC, on an elevated wooden bridge

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technology initiatives to put it on the road to LEED certification. NASCAR Technical Institute, the advanced motorsports training component of Universal Technical Institute, is the exclusive educational partner of NASCAR. After completing the general automotive syllabus at any of UTI's national campuses, qualified 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. There’s also GoPro Motorplex, where racing enthusiasts can enjoy a turn-key karting experience centered around an advanced, 7/10-mile world-class racetrack packed with 11 turns based on the famous and historic Kartdromo Parma circuit in Italy. In addition, Race City USA is 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 race cars dedicated to all types of auto racing as well as the Goodyear Mini-Theater, plus numerous showcases and displays. Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Automotive Museum features the largest private collection of retired NASCAR and vintage race cars on display, in addition to many one-ofa-kind race items, as well as the largest known collection of racing go-karts in the world. And if you are lucky enough to get an invitation to visit his shop, Ray Evernham’s private collection of personal and race-proven automobiles is second to none. Main Street in Downtown Mooresville is home to the North Carolina Auto Racing Walk of Fame. With a growing number of sidewalk markers honoring legends including Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, Cale Yarborough, Bobby Allison, Darrell Waltrip, Junior Johnson and more, visitors can experience the motorsports

Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski racing at Bristol Motor Speedway.

focus on building speed. Bypassing race friendly cities like Daytona, Atlanta, Talladega and Richmond, team owners chose the sleepy bedroom community once nicknamed Port City for factors including its proximity to major interstates as well as its desirable cost of living and pace of life. Race fans were quick to follow. With more than one million 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 race-focused Lake Norman boat tour

overlooking the twisting and turning indoor dirt track, the drivers have taken their positions. Interspersed with novice kids, moms, dads and even grandparents waiting for their qualifying runs to begin are The Beard of Speed, Racin’ Ray, Nooners, Road Boy, Mail Man, Big Tuna, Rocket Rick, Buggs, Yankee Jay and Rickwiz. Away from the track, these hobbyists double as motorsports engineers, custom homebuilders, race team engineers, retirees and even mild-mannered business professionals but put a radio control in their hands and place their cars on the track and this group transforms into a pack of intense racers. “What T.J. and I wanted to do was bring RC racing back to the center of where motorsports is the biggest,” says Speed, “and that’s Mooresville.” Making Waves - Mooresville

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Accolades

Mooresville by the Numbers (and Awards) Here’s the lowdown about Race City USA

Year Incorporated:

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• CreditDonkey ranked Mooresville #1

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in its list of the Best Cities to Live in North Carolina. • Brady Johnson, superintendent of Iredell-Statesville Schools, received the 2014 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year award. • The “Downtownie Passport Project” was recognized in the 2012 NC Main Street Awards competition and received an Award of Merit for Best Innovation • Mooresville was named the #1 Micropolitan in the Nation for 2012 by Site Selection magazine. •M  ooresville-South Iredell Economic Development Corporation was named a Top Ten Economic Development Organization by Site Selection magazine. • Dr. Mark Edwards, superintendent of Mooresville Graded School District,

35,300

Median household income: $61,003

Median value of owner-occupied housing units: $186,500

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was named AASA (The School Superintendents Association) 2013 National Superintendent of the Year. • Mooresville was named one of the Best Places in North Carolina for Job Seekers by NerdWallet. • Mooresville was named one of the Best North Carolina Towns for Young Families by NerdWallet. • President Barack Obama visited Mooresville Middle School on June 6, 2013 to learn more about the Mooresville Graded School District’s teaching method. • Mooresville Graded School District won the ISTE’s (International Society for Technology in Education) Ninth Annual Sylvia Charp District Award for District Innovation in Technology in 2012.

President Barack Obama addresses the Mooresville Graded School District in spring 2013.

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AALP, LLC 130 Bellelaine Drive Mooresville, NC 28115-7907 Patricia Lisun (704) 677-5108

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 GreerWalker LLP 227 West Trade St., Ste 1100 Charlotte, NC 28202 Beth Allen (704) 377-0239 Gregory G. Holsinger, CPA PA 17105 Kenton Drive Ste. 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 Larry Powers CPA PO Box 4662 Mooresville, NC 28117 Gwen Moore (704) 799-3058 MGM Accounting Services Mooresville, NC 28117 Marc Weiss (800) 690-0729 Potter & Company, CPAs 106 Welton Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Bob Taylor (704) 662-3146 Wheeler & Company CPA’s PC 124 E. Plaza Drive Ste. E Mooresville, NC 28115 John Wheeler (704) 664-6464 Yevs Tax & Accounting Solutions, LLC P.O. Box 4041 Mooresville, NC 28117 Enyonam Mortoo (704) 360-0620

ADVERTISING AGENCY Dex Media 111 Plantation Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jerry Counts (704) 651-8940

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Keen Creative Group 119 North Main Street Ste. 205 Mooresville, NC 28117 Julia Elliott (704) 360-4404

ADVERTISING/ PROMOTIONAL Coffee News 317 Lantz Ave. Salisbury, NC 28144 Sam Post (704) 232-0923 Iredell Living Magazine 1670 E. Broad St., Ste. 195 Statesville, NC 28625 Myron Gough (704) 873-7307 MI - Connection Cable P.O. Box 90 Mooresville, NC 28115 Alan Hall (704) 662-3255 Viamedia 116 Gasoline Alley Ste. 105 Mooresville, NC 28117 Gayle McConnell (704) 664-2006 WSIC RADIO 1400 AM 1117 Radio Road Statesville, NC 28677 Brian Weiss (704) 872-6345 Your New Town’s Best PO Box 272 Terrell, NC 28682 Jerry Counts (704) 651-8940

AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CONTRACTORS Accu-Rite Services P.O. Box 105 Terrell, NC 28682 Paula Lane (828) 478-1299 Air Dynamics MS LLC PO Box 242 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 Donna Eagle (704) 664-2665 HVAC Technologies, Inc./ HTI 142 S. Iredell Industrial Park Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Bruce Lawther (704) 878-9801 Island Point HVAC Services Inc. P.O. Box 456 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Vinny Marchello (704) 881-2584 LKN Mechanical, Inc. P.O. Box 3096 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lucresha Hauck (704) 896-0035 Putnam Mechanical LLC HVAC/Refrigeration P.O. Box 3606 Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Fortin (704) 799-3665

Race City Heating & Air LLC P.O. Box 1344 Mooresville, NC 28115 Justin Zocchi (704) 799-2555 Specialty Refrigeration Services, Inc. 852 W. Memorial Hwy. Harmony, NC 28634 Ronnie Taylor (704) 876-1877 Temperature Design, LLC PO Box 1163 Mooresville, NC 28115 Travis Donaldson (704) 360-2990

ANIMAL WELFARE Rescue Ranch 1424 Turnersburg Hwy Statesville, NC 28625 EJ Lewick (704) 768-0909

APARTMENTS/ CONDOS/RENTALS Abberly Green Apartment Homes 117 Abberly Green Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Danielle West (704) 502-5507 Carriage Club Apartment Homes 175 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Teresa Lightbody (704) 799-1950 Fountains Apartment Homes at Mooresville Town Square 170 Mooresville Commons Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Lindsay Stanley (704) 664-1945 Hawthorne at Lake Norman Apartments 118 Plantation Creek Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessica Wilson (704) 658-0400 Langtree Apartments 150 Landings Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Falcon Parker (704) 997-2590 Mooresville Housing Authority PO Box 1087 Mooresville, NC 28115 Debbie Brawley (704) 664-1659 Piedmont Pointe Apartments 195 Piedmont Pointe Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Denise Lockhart (704) 662-9292 Plantation Pointe Apartments 106 Plantation Pointe Loop Mooresville, NC 28117 Sandra Fick (704) 360-9553 Talbert Woods Apartments 123 Talbert Woods Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Julie Miller (704) 799-0456

The Clusters Premier Rental Community/Bonanza Development 816-G Brawley School Rd Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Needham (704) 662-6644 The Grove at Morrison Plantation 156 Capital Avenue Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessica Haile (704) 664-1015 Waterlynn Ridge Apartment Homes 123 Waterlynn Ridge Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Amy Chick (704) 896-5551

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

ART GALLERIES/FRAME SHOPPES/ARTISTS Copper Sky Studio 162 B North Broad St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Phil Garaas (704) 437-5992 Cotton Ketchie’s Landmark Galleries 212 N. Main Street Historic Downtown Mooresville, NC 28115 Cotton Ketchie (704) 664-4122 Fired on Broad Pottery P.O. Box 4712 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brette Webb (704) 980-7544 Haute Dauge Portraits 16930 West Catawba Ave. Ste. 102 Cornelius, NC 28031 Karen Dortschy (980) 253-2853 Lake Country Gallery & Frame 350 West Plaza Dr. Ste. L Mooresville Festival Shopping Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Brenda Vanhoy (704) 664-5022 Mooresville Arts Depot 103 W. Center Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ellen Patterson (704) 663-6661

ASPHALT PAVING & GRADING Seal Tech Asphalt Sealing 165 Live Oak Lane Mooresville, NC 28115 Blake Lawing (704) 892-1892

ASSISTED LIVING Brookdale Churchill 140 Carriage Club Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Mitchell (704) 658-1200 Carillon Assisted Living of Mooresville 198 E. Waterlynn Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Linden Scotland (704) 660-8000 Summit Place of Mooresville 128 Brawley School Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Susan Vittori (704) 799-2712 The Gardens of Statesville Retirement & Assisted Living 2147 Davie Avenue Statesville, NC 28625 Linda Russell (704) 878-0123

ATTORNEYS Bentz & Associates, PA Lakeside Professional Building 19453-E West Catawba Ave. Cornelius, NC 28031 Catherine Bentz (704) 892-4098 Blanco Tackabery & Matamoros, PA Attorneys and Counselors at Law 150 Fairview Road Ste. 320 Mooresville , NC 28117-9505 Lauren Millovitsch (704) 696-2160 Brian R. Harwell, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 27 Mooresville, NC 28115 Brian Harwell (704) 664-1818 Collum & Perry, PLLC Attorneys At Law PO Box 1739 Mooresville, NC 28115 Travis Collum (704) 663-4187 Davis & Kiblen PLLC 181 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mark Davis (704) 230-2299 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 Randall Faircloth (704) 664-2162 Clark Tew (704) 664-2162 Andrew Wingo (704) 664-2162 Homesley, Gaines, Dudley & Clodfelter LLP 116 Morlake Dr. Ste. 103 A Mooresville, NC 28117 L. Ragan Dudley (704) 662-6072 Sharon Crawford (704) 662-6072

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ATTRACTIONS/ RECREATION Iredell County Parks and Recreation PO Box 788 Statesville, NC 28687 Mike Hotze (704) 832-2326 Lazy 5 Ranch 15100 Hwy 150 East Mooresville, NC 28115 Henry Hampton 704-663-5100

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

AUTO DETAILING/ OTHER SERVICES Diamond Detailing, Inc. 124 Timberland Loop Mooresville, NC 28115 Adam Miancs (704) 995-0673 Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ben Goins (704) 664-3303 Shyne Bright Lyke-A-Diamond Detailing Mooresville, NC 28115 Shirley Curry (704) 746-2350

AUTOMOTIVE - BODYSHOP Outcast Kustoms 208 Rolling Hill Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 April Locklear (704) 237-3915

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

AUTOMOTIVE - SERVICE Automotive Collision Experts, LLC Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve McGlothlin (704) 660-9637 Automotive Development Group 147 Cedar Point Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Peggy Dimpeiro (704) 663-4911 Carolina Auto Direct LLC 293 W. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Gause (704) 660-1340 Christian Brothers Automotive 688 Brawley School Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Carl Garrett (704) 816-7777 Express Oil Change & Service Center 119 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Lance Perkins (704) 662-0744 Firehouse Auto Care & Tire 1522 Mecklenburg Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Dave Kindle (704) 892-2755 Firestone Complete Auto Care 301 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Brittany Marsh (704) 662-0286 Gerber Collision & Glass 111 Commons Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Sabas Orellana (704) 662-6110 Griffin Brothers Tires, Wheels and Auto Repair 278 West Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Spencer Schaible (704) 662-0049 Hotchkis Performance East 9075 Hwy 152 West Mooresville, NC 28115 Kevin Bryde (704) 660-3060 J.T. Alexander & Son PO Box 88 Mooresville, NC 28115 David Alexander (704) 664-1566 Just Batteries 2270 Statesville Hwy. (Hwy. 115) Mooresville, NC 28115 Dan Cagle (704) 662-6262 Mooresville Tire & Automotive Repair 1037 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Terry Causey (704) 799-3020 Our Dream Auto Museum & Restorations, LLC 117 Loma Hill Court Mooresville, NC 28117 Daniel Arnold (704) 664-9743 Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ben Goins (704) 664-3303 RAU Automotive, Inc. 179 Gasoline Alley Mooresville, NC 28117 David Rau 704-663-3432

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Taylor’s Sport-N-Import Service Co. 724 Oakridge Farm Hwy Mooresville, NC 28115 Keith Taylor (704) 664-4099 Tuffy Auto Service Center of Mooresville 113 Falmouth Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Noah Appleton (704) 663-6755

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS Auto House of Mooresville PO Box 3262 Mooresville, NC 28117 Samuel Ketner (704) 360-8866 Carolina Auto Direct LLC 293 W. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Gause (704) 660-1340 DC Classic Cars Consignment & Sales 158 Rolling Hill Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Dave Knierim 704-663-04DC Keffer Kia 271 West Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Leigh Ann Pernotto (888) 721-6395 Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram P.O. Box 457 Corenlius, NC 28031 Jack Salzman (704) 896-3800 Mooresville Ford PO Box 509 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff Shoe (704) 664-1300 Parks Chevrolet at the Lake, LLC 15235 Statesville Rd. Huntersville, NC 28078 Danielle James (704) 875-6558 Randy Marion Chevrolet Buick Cadillac Subaru Ford PO Box 1559 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ben Goins (704) 664-3303

BAKERY/SPECIALTY CAKE/CHOCOLATES/ COFFEE SHOP Carolina Pie Company 136 Stutts Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Stephen Lindberg (704) 662-0154 CynTucci’s New York Style Bakery 242 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Joseph Torcasso (704) 360-8504 Gourmet Plantation 125 North Audubon Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Emily Noland (704) 756-0357 HEbrews Coffee House, LLC 177 N. Main St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Nikki & Jason Tate (704) 658-1178 La Patisserie Bakery-CafeCatering 627 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Paola Mendoza (704) 799-3355 Richard’s Coffee Shop/Welcome Home Veteran Inc 165 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 David Parkins (704) 663-0488

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

BANKS & SAVINGS & LOANS Aquesta Bank 837 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Susan Miller (704) 439-1440 Brawley School Rd. Branch Pat Squires (704) 439-1450 Bank of North Carolina 108 Gateway Blvd. Ste. 101 Mooresville Gateway Mooresville, NC 28117 Tamara Brewer (704) 662-9004 BB&T (Lake Norman - Mooresville) 255 N. Main Street Mail Code 501-03-01-00 Mooresville, NC 28115 Dennis Cowardin (704) 664-3434 Morrison Plantation Branch Lisa Qualls, Home Mortgage (704) 663-6763 blueharbor bank PO Box 3546 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Marshall (704) 662-7700 Carolina Trust Bank 125-R Trade Court Mooresville, NC 28117 Woody Washam (704) 662-2122 CommunityOne Bank 141 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Anna Coates (704) 658-9261 Fidelity Bank PO Box 5563 Mooresville, NC 28117 April Patterson (704) 799-3302 Fifth Third Bank 329 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Alan Sulek 704-664-4488 First Bank 553 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Gander (704) 663-0465 First Citizens Bank PO Box 5538 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ryan Montambo (704) 799-6233 First Community Bank 347 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Teresa Speagle (704) 664-4888 New Dominion Bank PO Box 4355 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ashley Peterson (704) 943-5700 Park Sterling Bank PO Box 4208 Mooresville, NC 28117 Matthew Anderson (704) 799-2800 Peoples Bank 1074 River Hwy. #150 Mooresville, NC 28117 Scott Harris (704) 658-3600

Piedmont Advantage Credit Union 139 S. Cardigan Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Steve Laprade (704) 660-7200 PNC Bank 298 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Eric Walker, AVP (704) 658-2280 State Employees Credit Union PO Box 1495 Mooresville, NC 28115 Cliff Milholland 704-663-0305 SunTrust Bank 232 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Melissa King (704) 664-2067 Wells Fargo Bank 16810 Kenton Dr. Ste. 130 Huntersville, NC 28078 Kevin Pote (704) 655-2327 Mooresville Main Branch Gwen Overbay (704) 663-5554 Mooresville Plaza Branch Isolde Kellogg (704) 663-1130 Brawley Commons Branch Kevin French (704) 662-8888 Lake Norman Branch Deanna Belk (704) 663-5344 Woodforest National Bank 169 Norman Station Blvd. inside Walmart Mooresville, NC 28117 Matthew Lockhart (704) 658-9363 Yadkin Bank PO Box 3098 Mooresville, NC 28117 Diana Young (704) 660-0111

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Hubbard Kuhn Law, PLLC PO Box 55 Mooresville, NC 28115 April Kuhn (704) 682-5222 Jones, Childers, McLurkin & Donaldson, PLLC PO Box 3010 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin Donaldson (704) 664-1127 Dennis Dorsey (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 Katten, Muchin, Rosenman LLP 550 South Tryon St. Ste.2900 Charlotte, NC 28202 Russ Black (704) 444-2051 Regina M. Mahoney, PLLC PO Box 3622 Mooresville, NC 28117 Regina Mahoney (704) 437-7058 The McIntosh Law Firm PO Box 2270 Davidson, NC 28036 Angela Swett (704) 892-1699 Thomas & Godley, PA 514 Willimason Rd. Ste. 421 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ben Thomas 704-663-1600 Whitfield & Mock, P.A. P.O. Box 1616 Mooresville, NC 28115 M. Gregory Whitfield (704) 663-5350

BANQUET FACILITY/ EVENTS Charles Mack Citizen Center 215 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Stephanie Crisco (704) 662-3334 Dale Earnhardt Inc. - Special Events Department 1675 Dale Earnhardt Hwy. #3 Mooresville, NC 28115 Rhonda Phipps (704) 662-8000

BAR Mona’s Lounge 138 Village View Dr. #103 Mooresville, NC 28117 Mona (704) 765-5199

BARBER SHOP The Kilted Buffalo 119 Landings Dr. Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Shawn Shrader (704) 237-3592

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

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

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BREWERY Lake Norman Brewing Company 159 Barley Park Ln. Unit B Mooresville, NC 28115 Mike Prascak (704) 660-1182

BUILDING SUPPLIES Stock Building Supply 398 Flower House Loop Troutman, NC 28166 Brian Poovey (704) 528-5627

BUSINESS NETWORKING BNI - Mooresville Winners Circle Mooresville, NC 28115 Ed Tarantino (704) 902-6947

CABINETS/KITCHEN & BATH Custom Crafted Kitchens & Baths 115-A Commons Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Andrew Fretz (704) 799-1013 Distinctive Cabinetry & Design 133 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Aaron Dumford (704) 660-5616 International Kitchen & Bath, Inc. 201 Griffith Street Sadler Square Shopping Center Davidson, NC 28036 Brian Tarle (704) 892-4001 StorageMotion, Inc. 216 Overhill Dr. Ste. 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tina Krohn (704) 746-3700

CABLE TELEVISION COMPANIES MI - Connection Cable P.O. Box 90 Mooresville, NC 28115 Alan Hall (704) 662-3255 Time Warner Cable 14219 Reese Blvd. Huntersville, NC 28078 John Artz (704) 378-3024

CAR WASH Mrs. Bubbles Car Wash In Bay Express 872 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Megan Shalvoy (704) 682-1873

CATERING Bistro Catering and Events 48 Union Street South Concord, NC 28025 Alan Bishopp (980) 621-6333 Corine’s Cafe & Catering 559 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Corine Croxell (704) 663-7177 Creative Catering & Events 225 East Waterlynn Rd Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28117 Shane Smith (704) 438-9777 Julia’s Talley House Restaurant PO Box 711 Troutman, NC 28166 Joe & Kim Shumake (704) 528-6962 Lancaster’s Bar B Q And Wings Restaurant & Catering PO Box 1472 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff & Terry Lancaster (704) 663-5807

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Mellorinas Catering P.O. Box 43866 Charlotte, NC 28215 Melody Adams (704) 264-6115 Pomodoro’s Italian American Cafe 168 Norman Station Blvd. Consumer Square Mooresville, NC 28117 Blake Dewey (704) 663-6686 Sagebrush Steakhouse 140 Regency Center Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Christine Wittman (704) 664-7557 SUBWAY - Sandwich Artists, Inc. 5074 Independence Lane Denver, NC 28037 Penny Hoover (704) 489-8721

CHIROPRACTORS Active Spine Chiropractic Dr. Charlet & Dr. Rich 570 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Spencer Charlet (704) 663-7625 Alternative ChiropracticA Creating Wellness Center 484 Williamson Rd. Ste. D Mooresville, NC 28117 Jonathan Bell (704) 799-0939 Davis Spine Associates P.O. Box 3382 Mooresville, NC 28117 Paul Davis (704) 664-6932 Exodus Chiropractic 15940 Northcross Dr. Ste. B Huntersville, NC 28078 Natalie Mahaffy (704) 892-4545 Lake Norman Chiropractic Center 612 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Todd Abernathy (704) 664-3455 Leslie Chiropractic 128 E. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Bob Leslie (704) 663-3777 Race City Chiropractic 131 Crosslake Park Dr. #101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Shay Jones (704) 360-9795

CHURCHES & MINISTERS Central United Methodist Church 214 N. Academy Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Randy Sherrill (704) 664-5429 Fair View United Methodist Church P.O. Box 27 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 David Calhoun (704) 664-2880 New Hope Lutheran Church P.O. Box 4922 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kim Purcell (704) 880-4102 The Bridge Church 2940 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Tom McCrea (704) 664-4216 The Cove Church 197 Langtree Road Mooresville, NC 28117 George Franco (704) 655-3000 West United Methodist Church 115 Commons Drive, Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Sharar (704) 609-0959

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

CIVIC CLUBS/COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS Ada Jenkins Center PO Box 1842 Davidson, NC 28036 Jane Cacchione (704) 896-0471 American Cancer Society 1901 Brunswick Ave. Ste. 100 Charlotte, NC 28207 Blair Lindley (704) 553-5364 American Heart Association 7029 Albert Pick Road Ste. 201 Greensboro, NC 27409 Christine Jolly (336) 542-4836 American Red Cross 200 Overhill Drive Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28117 Emily Davis (704) 347-8372 Children’s Hope Alliance PO Box 1 Barium Spings, NC 28010 Kristen Dopf (704) 872-4157 Carolina Comfort Coalition at Serenity House 107 Foxtail Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Cheryl Pletcher (704) 799-0392 Community Blood Center of the Carolinas 4447 South Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28209 Adam Eberhart (704) 972-4700 DHHS N.C. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 205 Guffy Street Salisbury, NC 28147 Donna Lovill (704) 878-4230 Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center PO Box 825 Statesville, NC 28687 Ken Wooten (704) 883-9814 Food for Days 224 Rolling Hill Rd. Ste. 1B Mooresville, NC 28117 John Saunders (855) 250-3501 Friends of the Animals P.O. Box 3937 Mooresville, NC 28117 Patrice Reynolds (704) 235-5300 Guardians of the Children 1044 S. Magnolia Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Chip Capp (704) 663-5070 Iredell County Crosby Scholars Community Partnership 124 Fourth Crescent Place Statesville, NC 28625 Suzanne Wegmiller (704) 873-5005 Lake Norman Shrine Club 1779 Dogwood Hill Dr. Denver, NC 28037 Jerry Ennis (704) 768-1704 March of Dimes - Foothills Division 1220 Commerce St Ste. G Conover, NC 28613 Jennifer Knox (828) 464-8905

Mooresville Arts Depot 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 P.O. Box 654 Mooresville, NC 28115 Rich Hawkins (704) 664-6464 Mooresville Soup Kitchen PO Box 5173 Mooresville, NC 28117 Vickie Traynum (704) 660-9010 Mooresville-South Iredell Crime Stoppers PO Box 1250 Mooresville, NC 28115 Todd Abernathy (704) 658-9056 Most Valuable Kids Charlotte Metro 516-D River Highway Ste. 148 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ann Lademann (704) 658-5048 North Carolina Motorsports Association 5555 Concord Parkway Ste. 332 Concord, NC 28027 Shawn Stewart (704) 455-5606 Our Towns Habitat For Humanity PO Box 1088 Davidson, NC 28036 Lynne Priestley (704) 896-8957 Put on the B.R.A.K.E.S. 7140 Weddington Rd. NW Concord, NC 28025 Mimi Sabates (704) 720-3806 Race City Civitan Club PO Box 1224 Mooresville, NC 28115 Rick Huffstetler (704) 622-3812 Rescue Ranch 1424 Turnersburg Hwy Statesville, NC 28625 EJ Lewick (704) 768-0909 Save A Life Group PO Box 1033 Mooresville, NC 28115 Gary Simmons (704) 699-3046 The Exchange/SCAN Child & Parenting Center of Iredell County P.O. Box 167 Statesville, NC 28687 Amy Eisele (704) 878-2227 The Salvation Army P.O. Box 91 Statesville, NC 28687 Ann Hawk (704) 660-3066 Safe Alliance 9606 Bailey Road Ste. 240 Cornelius, NC 28031 Kathryn Firmin-Sellers (704) 655-8745 United Way of Central Carolinas 228 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Shelly Wright (704) 664-2284

CLEANERS Rogers Dry Cleaners 439 E. Statesville Ave. Mooresville, NC 28115 Mike Rogers (704) 799-6687

CLEANING & JANITORIAL SERVICES Sir Cleans-A-Lot Davidson, NC 28036 Angelo Lorusso (704) 641-1856 Carpet Rentals, Inc. PO Box 5386 Statesville, NC 28687 James Gardner 704-872-4461 Just Clean Cleaning Service Mooresville, NC 28115 Colin Kernes (704) 659-1154

COACHING BUSINESS/LIFE ActionCOACH - David Dowdy Mooresville, NC 28117 David Dowdy (704) 400-4358 Dave Ferguson - The Accountability Coach P.O. Box 1762 Davidson , NC 28036 Dave Ferguson (704) 230-2380 Lake Norman Hypnotherapy and Coaching Center Terrell, NC 28682 Edie Raether (704) 658-8997 Road to Health Coaching, LLC 517 Alcove Rd. Ste. 202 The U Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Nancy Embry (704) 664-0384 Vibrant Coaching, Inc. P.O. Box 455 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Nicole Greer (704) 502-4953

COFFEE SERVICE Black Powder Roasting Company 256 Raceway Dr. Ste. 10 Mooresville, NC 28117 Melissa Stahlman (704) 614-0824

COMPUTERS/SALES/ SERVICE/PROG CET Computer Repair and Training 110 Town Center Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Tim Grier (704) 663-1238 Integrity Computer Service 2117 Simonton Rd. Ste. 103 Statesville, NC 28325 Luke Popejoy 704-881-1553 x 20 John McCann & Associates, Inc. IT Management for Small Business 516 River Highway, MB #288 Mooresville, NC 28117 John McCann (704) 662-6845

CONSULTING Corbett Communications, Inc. 521 E. Broad Street Statesville, NC 28687 Jeff Corbett (704) 880-8352 H. Stan Thompson Mooresville Hydrail Initiative Mooresville, NC 28117-8982 704-664-5486 Media Matters Mooresville, NC 28117 Yvonne Goldbaugh (704) 663-1506 Public Policy Consulting, LLC 175 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mitch Abraham (704) 604-5057

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CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL Barger Construction Co., Inc. PO Box 30 Mooresville, NC 28115 Gerald Brown 704-663-3611 Brawley Construction Company, Inc. PO Box 1067 Mooresville, NC 28115 Allen Brawley 704-663-5270 Choate Construction 2907 Providence Road Ste. 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 Kearey Builders, Inc. PO Box 5159 Statesville, NC 28687 John Kearey (704) 883-9811 RSM Contracting Corp. 144 Ideal Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve Moreland (704) 699-3353 Southern Constructors, Inc. PO Box 3216 Mooresville, NC 28117 Richard Skaff 704-663-1563 Spivey Construction Co., Inc P.O. Box 4268 Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Spivey (704) 663-4189

CONTRACTORS - GRADING F.J. Ervin Construction Company 1141 Mecklenburg Hwy Mooresville, NC 28115 F.J. Ervin (704) 664-5418

CONTRACTORS RESIDENTIAL H & H Homes 9200-C Harris Corners Parkway Charlotte, NC 28269 Dan Vigilis (980) 267-3423 Kearey Builders, Inc. PO Box 5159 Statesville, NC 28687 John Kearey (704) 883-9811 Kemp Roofing and Construction 631-200B Brawley School Rd., PMB # 211 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tawney Kemp (704) 660-1022 Niblock Homes 300 McGill Ave. NW Concord, NC 28027 Chad Little (704) 664-4002 Princeton Builders LLC P.O. Box 3490 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jamie Sherrill (704) 799-0205 RSM Contracting Corp. 144 Ideal Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve Moreland (704) 699-3353

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Schumacher Homes of NC, Inc. 341 Alcove Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Tim Reese (704) 662-3228 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

CONVENIENCE STORE Langtree Market 115-B Mecklynn Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Josh Dailey (704) 765-9766

COPIER SERVICE PostNet - Davidson 610 Jetton Street Ste. 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 Ava Anderson Non Toxic Mooresville, NC 28117 Mona Sitler (704) 657-3191 BeautiControl - Elizabeth Hennett Mooresville, NC 28117 Elizabeth Hennett (704) 201-9482 Lemongrass Spa Products Mooresville, NC 28117 Patricia Furino (704) 201-2403 Mary Kay - Debra Crenshaw Davidson, NC 28036 Debra Crenshaw (704) 574-2593 Mary Kay - Susan Taylor P.O. Box 1644 Mooresville, NC 28115 Susan Taylor (704) 662-2056 Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio & Spa 169 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Monica Hicks (704) 664-2610

COUNSELING Achieving Balance at The Farm 125 Hunter Green Lane Mooresville, NC 28115 Stephanie Pennell (704) 763-3796 CareNet Counseling of Lake Norman PO Box 184 Statesville, NC 28687 Wayne Wilson (704) 871-1712 Christian Counselors of Mooresville 222 Southside Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Vincent Ketchie (704) 658-0238 eCare Counseling, PLLC 517 Alcove Rd., Ste 202E Mooresville, NC 28117 Rawson Carlin (704) 883-6599

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CREDIT CARD PROCESSING TransFirst - Independent Agent Mooresville, NC 28117 Maria Thomas (704) 528-9458

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

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

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

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

DANCE INSTRUCTION Acrofitness 179 Overhill Drive Talbert Pointe Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Marie Severance (704) 664-2348 Arthur Murray Dance Studio 19930 West Catawba Ave. Ste. 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 Lynne Wiggins (704) 662-0946 Salon KRAZZ 491 Williamson Rd. Ste. 107 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly McCumber (704) 696-8795 Stonehaven Massage and Spa 807 Williamson Rd., Ste. 103 Mooresville, NC 28117 James Jester (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 Davidson & Burr/Total Dental Care of Lake Norman 134 N. Magnolia Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Ronnie Davidson (704) 663-1800

Drs. Poore, Robinson & Associates, P.A. P.O. Box 669 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff Poore (704) 663-1354 Fairview Family & Cosmetic Dentistry 150 Fairview Rd. Ste. 135 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lane Putnam, DDS (704) 799-3247 Lakeshore Dentistry 106 Argus Lane - Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Jake Skowronski (704) 696-2557 Mooresville Pediatric Dentistry 202 Williamson Rd. Ste. 200 Mooresville, NC 28117 David Thome (704) 360-8670 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 28117 Tammy Lowman (704) 696-2557 Plantation Dental 130 Plantation Ridge Drive, Ste. #201 Morrison Plantation Mooresville, NC 28117 Steven Melonakos (704) 660-5800 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 Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Rita Bhat (704) 799-0377 Roberts Pediatric Dentistry 142 Professional Park Drive Ste. 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 528 Williamson Rd #201 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ken Schneider (704) 660-1802 Sholar, Thomas DDS PO Box 1416 Mooresville, NC 28115 Thomas Sholar 704-663-7035

DERMATOLOGY/ LASER SKIN CARE Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Ste. 201 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 R L Smith Inc Troutman, NC 28166 Tonya Boerschinger 704-663-7223 R.L. West 401 Langtree Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Steve Welly (704) 997-2624 Sharon-Randall Group, LLC Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve McGlothlin (704) 660-9637 Langtree Real Estate Group P.O. Box 355 Mt Mourne , NC 28123 Brad Howard (704) 746-3258

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

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

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

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

DRUG/ALCOHOL TESTING/PROGRAMS Nationwide Testing Association, Inc. PO Box 508 Mooresville, NC 28115 Antonia Reisinger (704) 660-8600 Toxicology Partners Drug & Alcohol Testing P.O. Box 3871 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeff Goddard (704) 239-5553

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

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

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

EMBROIDERY & SCREEN PRINTING 1st Choice Activewear 118 Overhill Dr. Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Rick Johnson (704) 528-7814 nufced Custom T-Shirts & More 2785 Charlotte Hwy. Ste. 3 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ernest Marino (704) 660-8337 Team Logo USA Mooresville, NC 28117 Ron Berst (704) 661-4751 The Ohanakey Company 9216-C Westrmoreland Rd. Cornelius, NC 28031 Shelia Brumlow (704) 997-0919

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Armada Staffing Associates, LLC 120 South Park Dr. Ste. 404 Mooresville, NC 28117 Curtis Wheat (704) 360-2800 Debbie’s Staffing Services 735 S. Broad Street, Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28115 Rolando Valle (704) 658-0888 Express Employment Professionals 105 Singleton Road Unit 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jamie Ottinger (704) 662-6685 Manpower Employment Services 1807 Safriet Loop Statesville, NC 28625 Amy Powell (704) 873-8183 NC Works Career Center Mooresville 532 Patterson Ave Ste 170 Mooresville, NC 28115 Amie Coffey (704) 360-8067 Staffmark Employment Agency 107 Commons Dr. Ste. F Mooresville, NC 28117 Angie Rastetter 704-799-3636 StaffMasters 1853 East Broad Street Statesville, NC 28625 Paula Kendrach (704) 873-1774 Zoom Sourcing Inc. 18151 W. Catawba Ave. Cornelius, NC 28031 Lisa McCurdy (704) 897-2490

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ENGINEERS Bloc Design, PLLC 1310 South Tryon St. Ste. 111 Charlotte, NC 28203 W. Larry Lockhart, Jr., PE (704) 458-1646 Darden Engineering Services 862 Brawley School Rd. Ste. 202 Mooresville, NC 28117 John Darden (704) 663-7738 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 WSP 128 Talbert Road Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28117 Gerald Burke (704) 662-0100

ENTERTAINMENT GoPro Motorplex 130 Motorplex Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Katelin Longbrake (704) 696-2926 Imagine Music Group 9611 Brookdale Drive Ste. 100, PMB 115 Charlotte, NC 28215 Tina Gibson (704) 596-0342 The PIT Entertainment Center PO Box 4840 Mooresville, NC 28117 Don Towne (704) 799-3470

EQUIPMENT - SALES & RENTALS Grand Rental Station 105 Wildcat Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Buddy Heilig (704) 662-3331 Race City Cookers 157 Laurel Glen Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Paul Sharp (704) 658-7427

ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS & CONSIGNMENTS Bellingers Relocation Liquidations & Cosignments 624 Matthews Minthill Road Matthews, NC 28105 Penny Jeffers (704) 545-0400

EVENT PLANNING & DESIGN Annie Lewis Event Planning P.O. Box 428 Davidson, NC 28036 Annie Lewis (704) 608-9470

EXECUTIVE SEARCH/ RECRUITING Debbie’s Staffing Services 735 S. Broad Street, Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28115 Rolando Valle (704) 658-0888 Manpower Employment Services 1807 Safriet Loop Statesville, NC 28625 Amy Powell (704) 873-8183

EXTERMINATORS A+ Termite & Pest Control Mooresville, NC 28115 Jason Tate (704) 252-1024

Arrow Exterminators, Inc. P.O.Box 485 Mooresville , NC 28115 Drew Shetter (704) 664-2832 Innovative Pest Management PO Box 627 Denver, NC 28037 Ronnie Caldwell 704-489-BUGS (2847) Orkin 10430 Harris Oaks Blvd. Ste. B Charlotte, NC 28269 Amy Robinson (704) 599-0032 Peeler Environmental 2905 Old Concord Road. Salisbury, NC 28146 Kip Peeler (704) 663-2159 Rid-A-Bug Exterminating Co. PO Box 83 Mooresville, NC 28115 Marty Roberts 704-664-9112 Terminix Service PO Box 6629 Statesville, NC 28687 Steve Dowdle (704) 872-1919

FASHION & SEWING SCHOOL Future Fashion Designers 123 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Shawnelle Cherry (704) 799-3553

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

FINANCIAL ADVISORS / STOCKBROKERS Edward Jones - Adam Bloom, CFP, Financial Advisor P.O. Box 3366 Mooresville, NC 28117 Adam Bloom (704) 662-9454 Edward Jones - Janice D. Lowrance, Financial Advisor 109 Professional Park Drive Ste. 100 Mooresville Gateway Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Janice Lowrance (704) 663-5382 Edward Jones - Thomas Venzen 975 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Thomas Venzen (704) 662-3818 Edward Jones - Tim Portelance 125 E. Plaza Dr. Ste 106 Westfield Center Mooresville, NC 28115 Tim Portelance (704) 664-1918 Financial Strategies Of Lake Norman, Inc 181 North Main Street, Ste. 217 Mooresville, NC 28115 Bryan Stanfill 704-664-7995 First Command Financial Planning - David Alley 179 Gasoline Alley Ste. 102-B Mooresville, NC 28117 David Alley (704) 799-2661 Preferred Financial Strategies, Inc. PO Box 5366 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sara Seasholtz, CFP (704) 658-1040

Sovereign Investment Group 630 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Penny Paugh (704) 508-4949 Whitney-Rene Wealth Management 118 Morlake Dr. Ste. 201H Mooresville, NC 28117 Kris Rene (631) 336-9026

FINANCIAL ADVISORS/ SERVICES Ameriprise Financial / Sheri Bistreich and Associates 642 Signal Hill Drive Ext. Statesville, NC 28625 Sheri Bistreich (704) 872-8181 Aquesta Bank 837 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Susan Miller (704) 439-1440 Brawley School Rd. Branch Pat Squires (704) 439-1450 CF Parks & Company, Inc. 1932 South Main Street Salisbury, NC 28144 Stephanie Parks (704) 637-6011 Consolidated Planning, Inc. 1564 Cleary Ct. N W Concord, NC 28027 Sylvie Brockman (704) 240-7806 First Command Financial Planning - David Alley 179 Gasoline Alley Ste. 102-B Mooresville, NC 28117 David Alley (704) 799-2661 JDS Wealth Management Corp. 119 Poplar Pointe Drive Ste. F Mooresville, NC 28117 James Stillman (704) 660-0214 Merrill Lynch - Kyle Thomas 8015 W. Kenton Circle Ste. 200 Huntersville, NC 28078 Kyle Thomas (704) 987-4140 National Financial Services Group 19810 W. Catawba Ave. Ste. A Cornelius, NC 28031 Tony Compagna (704) 892-8986 NavStar Financial Services 219 Williamson Road Ste. 2202 Mooresville, NC 28117 Larry Jones, CLTC (704) 663-7482 Robert W. Baird 130 Harbour Place, Ste. 350 Davidson, NC 28036 Trasha Schwendener (877) 792-3670 Springleaf Financial Services 350 W. Plaza Dr., Ste. N Mooresville, NC 28117 Elisha Holt (704) 664-9360 Succeed Where It Counts, LLC PO Box 348 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 George Gately (704) 819-6267 Thompson Financial Group 6302 Fairview Road, Ste. 500 Charlotte, NC 28210 Blair Minton (704) 367-5129 Traverse Partners formerly Hutchby & Yates 150 Fairview Rd., Ste. 105 Mooresville, NC 28117 Eric Hutchby (704) 663-2030

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

FIRE/WATER DAMAGE AdvantaClean of Iredell County 119 Worley Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Doug Bassinger (704) 929-6715 RTO Restoration P.O. Box 2603 Davidson, NC 28036 Kellee Crofutt (704) 323-6026 SERVPRO of Iredell County P.O. Box 1650 Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Stock (704) 872-7466

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

FITNESS Champions Sports Performance Center 18831 Statesville Road Cornelius, NC 28031 Greg O’Connor (704) 439-1111 Curves of Mooresville 965-A N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Marie Higgins (704) 658-1037

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

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

FULL SERVICE BUSINESS CONSULTING The Balance Group, LLC PO Box 482 Mount Pleasant, NC 28124 Stacy Case (704) 619-1543

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

FURNITURE STORES Badcock Home Furnishings / WS Badcock Corporation 219-B E. Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 Savannah Odom (704) 696-8585

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GARAGE DOORS Byers Garage Door LLC Statesville, NC 28677 Darius Byers (704) 223-5960

GARDEN & FARM Brawley Company Garden Center 982 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Bob Brawley (704) 663-5553 Brown Farm Mt. Ulla, NC 28125 Jamey Brown (704) 746-4919 Coddle Creek Honey Farm & Bakery 114 Ledgewood Ln. Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve Young (704) 402-8885 Josh’s Farmers Market 189 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Josh Graham (980) 721-6316

GAS COMPANIES / GAS SERVICE COMPANIES PSNC Energy 121 Houston Road Troutman , NC 28166 Don Hallingse (800) 222-1034

GIFTS, HOME ACCESSORIES & GIFT BASKETS Fired on Broad Pottery P.O. Box 4712 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brette Webb (704) 980-7544

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

GOLF - DRIVING RANGE/MINIATURE Mooresville Golf Range & Swingcrafters Golf Academy P.O. Box 1264 Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Russing (704) 230-4242

GOLF CARTS/ ACCESSORIES My Buggy Makeover 517 Alcove Road, Ste. 202 Q The U Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessica Keyes (704) 746-7248

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GOLF INSTRUCTION Mooresville Golf Range & Swingcrafters Golf Academy P.O. Box 1264 Mooresville, NC 28115 Michael Russing (704) 230-4242

GOLF/COUNTRY CLUBS - GOLF SALES Larkin Golf Club 175 Club House Drive Statesville, NC 28677 Kamie Lynch (704) 872-9990 Mooresville Golf Course PO Box 878 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeremy Elliott (704) 663-2539 Warrior Golf Club, LLC 890 Lake Wright Road China Grove, NC 28023 Rick Houston (704) 856-0871

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES Centralina Workforce Development Board 525 N. Tryon St. 12th Floor Charlotte, NC 28202 David Hollars (704) 372-2416 Congressman Robert Pittenger 116 Morlake Dr. Ste. 101-A Mooresville, NC 28117 Preston Curtis (704) 696-8188 Iredell County Government P.O. Box 788 Statesville, NC 28687-0788 Ron Smith - Iredell County Manager (704) 878-3000 NC Works Career Center Mooresville 532 Patterson Ave Ste 170 Mooresville, NC 28115 Amie Coffey (704) 360-8067 Town Of Mooresville P.O. Box 878 Mooresville, NC 28115 N. Erskine Smith (704) 663-3800

GRAPHICS EPIC Creative Studio 631 Brawley School Rd. Ste. 200b-161 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sean Mathis (888) 830-3011 Outcast Kustoms 208 Rolling Hill Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 April Locklear (704) 237-3915 RW Graphic Design Huntersville, NC 28078 Renata Wesner (704) 402-2445

GROUP MARKETING Legal Shield - Veronica Walker Blanch, NC 27212 Veronica Walker (336) 549-0531

GYMNASTICS Acrofitness 179 Overhill Drive Talbert Pointe Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Marie Severance (704) 664-2348 Flying High Academy of Mooresville 245 Rolling Hill Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Cory Wooten (704) 235-0539

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What Up Gymnastics and Cheer 176 Edgington Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Amy Matchen (980) 444-2216

HAIR SALON & DAY SPA Barbara Pfeffer Hair Stylist/Colorist Mooresville, NC 28115 Barbara Pfeffer (704) 929-1774 EcLairer Salon & Spa LLC 516-A River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Notoril McCleave (704) 696-0266 Graffiti Hair Salon & Day Spa 21310 Catawba Avenue Cornelius, NC 28031 Shelley Lindsay (704) 663-0066 Jen’s Styling Booth Hair Salon 841 Oakridge Farm Mooresville, NC 28115 Jen Booth (704) 663-0692 Shear Performance Family Salon 1355 Shearers Rd. Ste. B Mooresville, NC 28115 Joshua Intuppa (704) 664-4526 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 Eric Chisom (704) 660-7177

HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER 15 to Fit Pilates, Barre & Fitness 478 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Troy Aeschliman (704) 880-8870 Acrofitness 179 Overhill Drive Talbert Pointe Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Marie Severance (704) 664-2348 Bikram Yoga Lake Norman 236 Raceway Dr. Ste. 1 Mooresville, NC 28117 Amy Clement (704) 618-7993 Champions Sports Performance Center 18831 Statesville Road Cornelius, NC 28031 Greg O’Connor (704) 439-1111 Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping 122 Trade Court Ste. E Mooresville, NC 28117 Kristie Uphoff (704) 658-5553 gFlex Live 158 N. Main Street Ste. B Mooresville, NC 28115 Regina Machado (561) 290-9090 Lake Norman Yoga Center 236 Raceway Dr. Ste. 3 Mooresville, NC 28117 Amy Clement (704) 619-9552

Lowe’s YMCA 170 Joe V. Knox Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Johnson (704) 716-4000 Primal Force Fitness, LLC 190 Turbyfield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne Coolidge M.Ed.,CHES, CPFT (704) 657-9520 Snap Fitness PO Box 5186 Mooresville, NC 28117 Danielle Cusick (704) 696-8195

HEALTH & NUTRITION Ava Anderson Non Toxic Mooresville, NC 28117 Mona Sitler (704) 657-3191 gFlex Live 158 N. Main Street Ste. B Mooresville, NC 28115 Regina Machado (561) 290-9090 Nutrition Healthworks, LLC 130 N. Tradd Street Statesville , NC 28677 Travis Chilcot (704) 380-4655

HEALTH & WELLNESS Ahlara International Day Spa, Wellness Center & Marketplace 155 Joe V. Knox Avenue Mooresville, NC 28117 Lynne Wiggins (704) 662-0946 Ariix Mooresville, NC 28117 Kathy Kurkowski (704) 682-9687 Ava Anderson Non Toxic Mooresville, NC 28117 Mona Sitler (704) 657-3191 Carolina Vein Associates PO Box 3593 Mooresville, NC 28117 Heather Barnette (704) 684-4511 Get Focused Get Fit 146 Autry Ave Mooresville, NC 28117 Deidre Chopoorian (704) 307-7240 Health by Design, PLLC 558 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Hall (888) 970-1470 HealthReach Community Clinic P.O. Box 1265 Mooresville, NC 28115 Rory Crawford (704) 663-1992 Kangen Water - Wholesome Living Mooresville, NC 28117 Donna Bishop (704) 880-8599 Nutrition Healthworks, LLC 130 N. Tradd Street Statesville , NC 28677 Travis Chilcot (704) 380-4655 Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville, NC 28625 Kelly Knudson (704) 873-4277 Piedmont HealthCare Internal Medicine/Weight Management 128 Medical Park Road, Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Knudson (704) 658-1001

Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Foot & Ankle Center 137 Professional Park Drive Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Kurt Massey, MD (704) 662-8336 Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 191-A West Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Montgomery, MD (704) 664-4000 Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD (704) 660-9111 Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville, NC 28115 Kelly Knudson (704) 663-5056 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 OB/GYN 131 Medical Park Rd Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Knudson (704) 663-1282 Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Ste. 201 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 206 Joe V. Knox Ave. Ste. J 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 Primal Force Fitness, LLC 190 Turbyfield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne Coolidge M.Ed.,CHES, CPFT (704) 657-9520 Real Time Pain Relief Charlotte, NC 28213 Bobbie Taylor (704) 777-7086 Road to Health Coaching, LLC 517 Alcove Rd. Ste. 202 The U Center Mooresville, NC 28117 Nancy Embry (704) 664-0384 Making Waves - Mooresville

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Merinos Home Furnishings and Rugs Warehouse 500 S. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Michal Bay (704) 660-0445 Sweet Dreams Mattress Inc. 638 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Greg & Katy Law (704) 799-0048

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Shaklee / Health-Ward Group LLC Statesville, NC 28677 Aurelie Ward (704) 871-1954 Your Karma Center for Yoga & Wellness 195 W. Statesville Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Shelly Johns (704) 663-7188

HEALTH INSURANCE Lake Norman Benefits, Inc. 109 Professional Park Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 David Contorno (704) 663-4236 Piedmont Benefits Group, Inc. 610 Signal Hill Drive Ext., Ste. 300 Statesville, NC 28625 Geoff Ricks (704) 873-8206 Wellnecity, Inc. Mooresville, NC 28115 John Quinn (704) 817-4800

HEALTHCARE SERVICES Carolina Vein Associates PO Box 3593 Mooresville, NC 28117 Heather Barnette (704) 684-4511 Carolinas Healthcare System PO Box 32861 Charlotte, NC 28232 Emily Wilson (704) 863-9355 Davis Spine Associates P.O. Box 3382 Mooresville, NC 28117 Paul Davis (704) 664-6932 Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville, NC 28625 Kelly Knudson (704) 873-4277 Piedmont HealthCare Internal Medicine/Weight Management 128 Medical Park Road, Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Mae Jackson (704) 658-1001 Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Foot & Ankle Center 137 Professional Park Drive Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Kurt Massey, MD (704) 662-8336 Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 191-A West Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Montgomery, MD (704) 664-4000 Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD (704) 660-9111 Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville, NC 28115 Kelly Knudson (704) 663-5056 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

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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 OB/GYN 131 Medical Park Rd Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Knudson (704) 663-1282 Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Ste. 201 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 206 Joe V. Knox Ave. Ste. J 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

HEARING AIDS/ SALES & SERVICE Lake Breeze ENT & Allergy PC 149 Plantation Ridge Dr. Ste. 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 484 Williamson Road Ste. B Mooresville , NC 28117 Ryan Michael (704) 696-9000 Catawba Regional Hospice 3975 Robinson Road Newton, NC 28658 Caron Tucker, RN, CHPN (828) 466-0466 Comfort Keepers - In Home Care 512 Klumac Rd. Salisbury, NC 28144 Lori Eberly (704) 630-0370 Dudley’s Home Health, Inc. 223 Williamson Road, Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Londa Dudley 704-799-3363 Freedom Mobility Center, Inc. 110 Talbert Pointe Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Tina Robertson (704) 658-0817 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. Ste. 201 Cornelius, NC 28031 Kathleen Holden (704) 909-7958 Home Instead Senior Care PO Box 7138 Statesville, NC 28687 Tracey Gibson (704) 924-9909 Hospice & Palliative Care Lake Norman 705 Griffith Street Ste. 203 Davidson, NC 28036 Nicole Wolfe (704) 375-0100 Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County 202 Williamson Rd. Ste. 201 Mooresville, NC 28117 Karen Lawler (704) 663-0051 Inspiration for Aspirations, LLC 322 E. Statesville Ave. Mooresville, NC 28115 Lynn Martin (704) 664-5363 Interim Health Care of the Carolinas 235 Medical Park Rd., Ste. 203 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jill Bogage (704) 658-0555 Pruitt Health Hospice 902 West D Street N Wilkesboro, NC 28659 Mark Childers (866) 450-7239 Rowan Hospice & Palliative Care 720 Grove Street Salisbury, NC 28144 Sherry Olson (704) 637-7645 Visiting Angels 19900 S. Main St. Cornelius, NC 28031 Tina Goins (704) 892-8886

HOME IMPROVEMENT/ REMODELING Castle Renovations, LLC P.O. Box 52 Terrell, NC 28682 Keith Scott (704) 929-1756 Keith G & S Contracting, Inc. P.O. Box 1202 Mooresville, NC 28115 George Sumrow (704) 663-7132 Maund Mirror and Glass 215 Pleasant Grove Lane Mooresville, NC 28115 Dan Maund (704) 230-7118 Savage Painting & Drywall Troutman, NC 28166 Deb Savage (704) 562-2127 Thomas Home Improvements 108 Chinook Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Bill and Stephanie Thomas (704) 663-3451 Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422 Whole Nine Yards Corp PO Box 4735 Mooresville, NC 28117 Thomas Kurtz (704) 797-6176 World of Windows Mooresville World of Windows of the Carolinas, Inc. 9100-A Perimeter Woods Drive Charlotte, NC 28216 Susan Waddell (704) 921-9898

HOME INSPECTION SERVICES All About Homes Inspections Mooresville, NC 28115 Gary Gorman (704) 660-0906 Ferguson Home Inspections PO Box 575 Mt. Mourne, NC 28123 Carl Ferguson (704) 929-9987

HOSPITALS & CLINICS FastMed Urgent Care, Clinic, Medical Center 935 Shotwell Rd., Ste. 108 Clayton, NC 27520 Shanaye Barber (704) 235-0686 Iredell Health System/Iredell Memorial Hospital PO Box 1828 Statesville, NC 28687-1828 Kelley Daspit (704) 873-5661 Lake Norman Regional Medical Center PO Box 3250 Mooresville, NC 28117 Leigh Whitfield (704) 660-4000 Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center 10030 Gilead Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Terri Bennett (704) 316-4058 Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD (704) 660-9111

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

HUMAN RESOURCE OUTSOURCING Carolina HR Consulting LLC 111 Barnette Point Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Tina Towers (704) 661-5229 Vibrant Coaching, Inc. P.O. Box 455 Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 Nicole Greer (704) 502-4953

ICE CREAM/YOGURT/ CUSTARD/ITALIAN ICE Bruster’s Ice Cream 252 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Denise Underwood (704) 799-9898 Mooresville Ice Cream Company, LLC PO Box 118 Mooresville, NC 28115 Brett French (704) 664-5456

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIPS Chris Carney Mooresville, NC 28117 Chris Carney (704) 608-6885 Christie Decker-Frazier Statesvile, NC 28677 Christie Decker-Frazier (704) 609-6664 John E. Epperson PO Box 667 Statesville, NC 28687 John Epperson (704) 775-3188

NC Representative John A. Fraley 1311 Fern Hill Road Mooresville, NC 28117 John A. Fraley (917) 854-9793 Robert Brawley PO Box 1322 Mooresville, NC 28115 C. Robert Brawley (704) 658-8511

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

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL SERVICES & EQUIPMENT REPAIR A & W Electric 127 W. 28th Street Charlotte, NC 28206 Ben Hebert (704) 333-4986

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY Amerifast Supply Inc. 217 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 Amiad Water Systems 120 J Talbert Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Matthew Miles 704-662-3133 Bay State Milling Company PO Box 358 Mooresville, NC 28115 Mike Dooley 704-664-4873 bestco, inc PO Box 329 Mooresville, NC 28115 Richard Zulman (704) 664-4300 Cardinal FG 342 Mooresville Blvd Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff Stutts (704) 660-0900 Carolina Beverage Group, LLC PO Box 1183 Mooresville, NC 28115 Julie Wheeler (704) 799-2337 Cavotec USA Inc. 333 Oates Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Majewski (704) 873-3009 Custom Products, Inc. PO Box 1141 Mooresville, NC 28115 David McKnight 704-663-4159 deBotech Inc. 160 Overhill Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Hans deBot (704) 664-1361 earth-kind 346-D East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Kari Warberg Block (800) 583-2921 General Microcircuits, Inc. PO Box 748 Mooresville, NC 28115 Dave Dalton 704-663-5975

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INSURANCE AFLAC - Nancy Huff 413 N. Center Street Statesville, NC 28677 Nancy Huff (704) 467-6907 Allstate Insurance - The Efland Group, Inc. 136 Corporate Park Dr. Ste. J Mooresville, NC 28117 Jason Efland 704-658-9900 Allstate Insurance Co.Kristin Vidd 1316 Sandy Bottom Drive NW Concord, NC 28027 Kristin Vidd (330) 524-2259 CEI Insurance, Inc. 153 N. Main Street Ste. 206, Box #7 Mooresville, NC 28115 Patrice Tillison (704) 662-1199 Central Carolina Insurance 283 N. Church Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Rock Pickard (704) 664-3973

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Cigna/US Health Group Mooresville, NC 28117 Julie Flasar (704) 799-8577 Enders Insurance 517 Alcove Road Ste. 202 Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Bagwell (704) 489-3650 Iredell County Farm Bureau 768 North Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Scott Atwell (704) 664-1927 Griffin Insurance Agency Nationwide PO Box 1357 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ashton Loyd (704) 664-9111 Health Markets Insurance Agency - Greg Atkinson 780 Corinth Church Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Greg Atkinson (704) 799-0500 Jemco Insurance Services PO Box 769 Mooresville, NC 28115 John Melius (704) 663-6444 Lake Norman Benefits, Inc. 109 Professional Park Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 David Contorno (704) 663-4236 Long Insurance and Associates, LLC 111 Kilson Dr Ste 206 Mooresville, NC 28117 Derwin Long (704) 799-1828 NavStar Financial Services 219 Williamson Road Ste. 2202 Mooresville, NC 28117 Larry Jones, CLTC (704) 663-7482 Pless-Haire Insurance Agency PO Box 1045 Mooresville, NC 28115 Chuck Pless (704) 663-1777 Sawyer Insurance & Financial Services 417 E. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 T. Brett Sawyer (704) 664-4838 Sheryl Hill Insurance Agency State Farm 110 Charleston Dr., Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Thomas Plott (704) 799-1350 Traugott Isurance and Financial Services 108 Gateway Blvd. Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Traugott (704) 696-8355 State Farm Insurance and Financial Services - Sally Brooks 491 Williamson Road Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sally Brooks 704-799-6400 The Insurance Center PO Box 979 Mooresville, NC 28115 Bob J. Amon (704) 663-5557 The Lake Benefits Agency PO Box 3421 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lou Mintzer (704) 663-5814 The Osborn Group/Allstate Insurance 107 Kilson Dr. #101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Justin Osborn (704) 662-7141

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Western & Southern Life 1732 Wilkesboro Hwy. Statesville, NC 28625 Lori Cashion (704) 252-5160

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

JEWELERS/JEWELRY Alexander Zachary Jewelers 175 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Brandon Ladd (704) 663-3430 Origami Owl Custom Jewelry Huntersville, NC 28078 Glenda Moore (609) 636-2364 Premier Designs Jewelry Statesville, NC 28677 Mary Ann McCann (704) 224-6485 R. Gregory Jewelers of Langtree 122 W. Broad Street Staesville, NC 28677 Kim Gregory (704) 997-2881

LABELING/EQUIPMENT/ IDENTIFICATION SOLUTIONS Woelco Labeling Solutions P.O. Box 3305 Mooresville, NC 28117 Patrick Noone (704) 664-1027

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 Grounds Guys of Mooresville / KASH Industries, Inc 141 Postell Drive Statesville, NC 28625 Karen Hall (704) 578-4868 Landscape Concepts Inc. PO Box 1005 Salisbury, NC 28145 Victor Smith (704) 630-6675 Ramsay Brothers Construction & Landscaping, Inc. Mt. Ulla, NC 28125 Rob Ramsay (704) 696-0297

LIGHT TRAPS Dandy Light Traps PO Box 5099 Statesville, NC 28687 Kenneth Teeters (828) 320-3154

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

LIQUOR STORE Mooresville A B C PO Box 1065 Mooresville, NC 28115 Ervin Walls (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 Jason Cornell (704) 902-8136 Kwik Keys Lock & Safe, Inc. PO Box 5388 Mooresville, NC 28117 Dave Drescher 704-664-KEYS (5397)

LODGING Candlewood Suites Mooresville/ Lake Norman 3247 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Melissa Cruz (704) 360-4899 Carolina Inn & Suites of Lake Norman 124 Regency Center Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Amit Govindji (704) 662-6188 Fairfield Inn by Marriott 120 Consumer Square Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Tonya Thompson (704) 663-6100 Hampton Inn & Suites Mooresville-Lake Norman 119 Gallery Center Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Marylee Magee (704) 660-7700 Hilton Garden Inn - Mooresville 159 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville Gateway Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Hall (704) 663-6468 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mooresville Lake Norman 130 Norman Station Blvd Mooresville, NC 28117 (704) 662-6900 Lake Norman Vacation Rental Statesville, NC 28677 Jack Greene (704) 450-5937 SpringHill Suites by Marriott Lake Norman 121 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville, NC 28117 Christine Patterson (704) 658-0053 TownePlace Suites by Marriott Charlotte/Mooresville 139 Gateway Boulevard Mooresville, NC 28117 Christine Patterson (704) 659-8600 Wingate Inn by Wyndham 122 Regency Center Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Kim Pecora (704) 664-4900

MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS Business Today PO Box 2062 Cornelius, NC 28031 Dave Yochum (704) 895-1335 Citizen Media Inc. PO Box 3534 Huntersville, NC 28070 Kathy Bauer (704) 948-3348 Iredell Living Magazine 1670 E. Broad St., Ste. 195 Statesville, NC 28625 Myron Gough (704) 873-7307

Kid Scoop News PO Box 279 Taylorsville, NC 28681 Steve Garland (828) 234-2750 Lake Norman Citizen Newspaper P.O. Box 3534 Huntersville , NC 28070 Steve Podielsky (704) 948-3348 Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine PO Box 1676 Cornelius, NC 28031 Sharon Simpson (704) 749-8788 Mooresville Tribune 147 East Center Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Dale Gowing (704) 664-5554 Mooresville Weekly Newspaper 209 Delburg St. Ste. 209 Davidson, NC 28036 Justin Vick (704) 766-2100 Natural Awakenings Lake Norman PO Box 1745 Mooresville, NC 28115 Megan Langley (704) 662-8678 The Charlotte Observer and Lake Norman Magazine 20916 Torrence Chapel Rd. Ste. C-1 Cornelius, NC 28031 Sheree Gibson (704) 987-3660 The Mecklenburg Times 1611 E. 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28204 Maggy Jones (704) 377-6221

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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 Ilmor Marine LLC 186 Penske Way Mooresville, NC 28115 Kimberly Crane (704) 360-1900 Ingersoll Rand - GEO PO Box 1840 Davidson, NC 28036 Kristina Bryan (704) 655-4000 L.B. Plastics, Inc. PO Box 907 Mooresville, NC 28115 Harry Davis 704-663-1543 Michael Weinig, Inc. PO Box 3158 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jason Howell (704) 799-0100 NGK Ceramics USA, Inc. 119 Mazeppa Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Todd Alexander (704) 664-7000 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 PROCOR Industrial 119 Eastbend Ct. Ste. 16 Mooresville, NC 28117 Eric Kozlowski (704) 360-2910 Prosoft Technology, Inc C/O General Microcircuits 1133 N. Main St. Mooesville, NC 28115 Lindsay Maxwell (661) 716-5100 Waggoner Manufacturing Co., Inc. 1065 Hall Road Mt. Ulla, NC 28125 Brian Elkin (704) 278-2000

MANUFACTURING AGENTS/SALES REP ATag USA, Inc 644 Isles of Pines Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Hind (704) 500-1020

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

MARINAS & BOAT SALES All Seasons Marina 827 Langtree Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Joanne Moser (704) 892-3478 Charlotte Ski Boats 211 Foster Ave. Charlotte, NC 28203 Ed Brailsford (704) 525-6006 MorningStar Marinas @ Skipper’s Landing 1152 Perth Road Troutman, NC 28166 Jamie Seaman (704) 528-3328

MARKETING Blarney Stone Marketing & Design 8706 Lake Pines Dr. Cornelius, NC 28031 Tammi Murphy (704) 584-9505 Brain Stream Multi Media Group Mooresville, NC 28115 Colin Kernes (704) 252-4491 Dena Alleman Consulting Mooresville, NC 28117 Dena Alleman (704) 230-9914

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Lake Norman Woman Magazine P.O. Box 1000 Cornelius, NC 28031 Dana Nieters (704) 516-9363 LKN Media, Inc. 131 Overhill Drive, Ste. 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ken Bonham (704) 662-9991 Local Sharing Tree 215 W. Broad St. Ste. C Statesville, NC 28677 Meredith Fleig (704) 380-3250 Natural Awakenings Lake Norman PO Box 1745 Mooresville, NC 28115 Megan Langley (704) 662-8678 NVISIONATIVE, INC 265 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Kim Austin (704) 248-7968 OLA Design Works 844 B W. 4th St. Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Geni O’Toole 336-722-0794 Refresh Designed Communication Catawba, NC 28609 Michelle Kahne (704) 299-5389 Sokal Media Group 165 Cedar Pointe Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Sokal (888) 997-6225

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

MASONRY-CONTRACTOR 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 Lynne Wiggins (704) 662-0946 Alight Wholistic Skin & Body Therapies 642 Highland Ridge Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Lydia Ritenour (704) 245-3820 Stonehaven Massage and Spa 807 Williamson Rd., Ste. 103 Mooresville, NC 28117 James Jester (704) 662-3303

MEAT MARKET Mills Family Farm 284 Barfield Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Nicole Mills (704) 960-2994 Shop N Save Market, Inc. 1105 Mecklenburg Hwy Mooresville, NC 28115 Eddie Dingler (704) 664-2155

MEDICAL SALES AND SUPPLIES de Soutter Medical USA 224 Rolling Hill Road Ste. 12A Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin O’Neill (704) 655-9040

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MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICE American Specialty Transportation Service, LLC PO Box 1341 Mooresville, NC 28115 Bill Lackey (704) 662-6494

MEETING VENUE Charles Mack Citizen Center 215 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Stephanie Crisco (704) 662-3334 Christian Tours / Burke International 4643 South NC 16 Highway Maiden, NC 28650 Mellonee Owenby (828) 465-3900

MENTAL HEALTH LKN Psychiatric Services 110 Charleston Drive Unit 109 Mooresville, NC 28117 Patricia Littwin (704) 696-8182

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

MOBILE BUS REFURBISHMENT/REPAIR SVSR, Inc. 852 West Memorial Hwy. Harmony, NC 28634 Ronnie Taylor (704) 539-4309

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

MORTGAGE COMPANIES Aquesta Bank 837 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Susan Miller (704) 439-1440 Brawley School Rd. Branch Pat Squires (704) 439-1450 Atlantic Financial Services 181 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Linda DiTrolio (704) 230-0050 BB&T (Lake Norman - Mooresville) 255 N. Main Street Mail Code 501-03-01-00 Mooresville, NC 28115 Dennis Cowardin (704) 664-3434 Morrison Plantation Branch Lisa Qualls, Home Mortgage (704) 663-6763 Monarch Mortgage 131 Crosslake Park Dr. Unit 103 Mooresville, NC 28117 Tamela Stowe (704) 360-2496 Northside Mortgage Group LLC 248 East Broad Street Statesville, NC 28677 Sandra Bortree (704) 657-4214

MOTORCYCLES Interstate Cycle, Inc. 3265 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Matt Mechling (704) 987-9800

Tilley Harley-Davidson/Buell 1226 Morland Drive Statesville, NC 28677 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

MOVING & STORAGE Morlake Self Storage 568 Bluefield Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Harry Tsumas (704) 664-6683 Two Men And A Truck 904 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Joe Windemuller (704) 360-9679

MUSEUM North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame 119 Knob Hill Road Lakeside Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Tiffany Rhine (704) 663-5331 Richard’s Coffee Shop/Welcome Home Veteran Inc 165 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 David Parkins (704) 663-0488 The Mooresville Museum, Inc. PO Box 186 Mooresville, NC 28115 David Whitler (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 128 S. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Chris Montgomery (704) 660-0150

NIGHT CLUB/ BAR Luster Nightlife 181 N. Main St. Ste. 204 Mooresville, NC 28115 Frank Ervin (704) 663-2582

NURSING/REST HOMES Autumn Care of Cornelius 19530 Mt. Zion Parkway Cornelius , NC 28031 Joshua Wood (704) 997-2970 Brian Center Health & Retirement 752 East Center Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Martha Fitzgerald (704) 663-3448 Genesis HealthCare Mooresville Center 550 Glenwood Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Rebecca Flowe (704) 664-7494

OFFICE FURNITURE/ EQUIP/SUPPLY Dave’s Warehouse 134 Corporate Drive Troutman, NC 28166 David Ritchie (704) 528-0351 Document Imaging Solutions / DISC 2454 Davie Ave. Statesville, NC 28625 Mark Hawks 704-873-5419 Office Cubicle Concepts Mount Ulla, NC 28125 Rob Price (704) 995-5469 Quality Quickly, Inc. 945 Third Ave. SE, Ste. 103 Hickory, NC 28602 David T. Wagner (828) 323-8339 Staples Copy Center 615 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Deborah Chipman (704) 660-3400 tnc Business Technologies 3131 Westinghouse Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28273 Todd Dipple (704) 409-2281

OFFICE SUITES/ CONFERENCE ROOMS Old Downtown Business Center 114 Ventana Court Mooresville, NC 28117 Howard Kosofsky (704) 230-2300 The U Center 517 Alcove Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Nicole Filion-Ashline (704) 660-5510

OFFICE SUPPORT SERVICE Virtual Assistant Extraordinaire 343 Blume Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Jessica Keyes (704) 746-7248 Yevs Tax & Accounting Solutions, LLC P.O. Box 4041 Mooresville, NC 28117 Enyonam Mortoo (704) 360-0620

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 Grace Vision Care O.D., PLLC 403 E. Statesville Ave. Mooresville, NC 28115 Jessica Grace (704) 799-0420 Lake Norman Eye Care 548 Williamson Road Ste. 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

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

PAINT PPG Porter Paints 379 E. Plaza Drive Hwy 150 East Mooresville, NC 28115 Andy Jordan (704) 799-6414

PAINT/WALLPAPER Savage Painting & Drywall Troutman, NC 28166 Deb Savage (704) 562-2127 Sherwin Williams Co. 166 Talbert Pointe Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Todd Beavers (704) 660-1938

PAINTING CONTRACTOR Castle Renovations, LLC P.O. Box 52 Terrell, NC 28682 Keith Scott (704) 929-1756 Savage Painting & Drywall Troutman, NC 28166 Deb Savage (704) 562-2127 Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422

PACKAGING PostNet Printing & Graphics Mooresville 125 F Trade Court Mooresville Gateway Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Ferretti (704) 660-1511

PARTY RENTAL Lake Norman Party Rentals 136 Lugnut Ln. Ste. A 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 ADP, LLC 205 Regency Executive Park Dr. Charlotte, NC 28217 Katie DeJohn (440) 487-5349 Express Payroll Service Inc. 125 E. Plaza Dr. Ste. 116 Mooresville, NC 28115 David Alford 704-660-1999 My Payroll HR Statesville, NC 28625 Robert Foxx (704) 878-2255 Payroll Plus, Inc. 19300 Statesville Road Ste. 302 Cornelius, NC 28031 John Hettwer 704-895-0777

PERSONAL SAFETY Carolina Self Protection Mooresville, NC 28115 Karen Fisher (704) 237-4487

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PET SHOPS & GROOMING Pampered Pets Inn 2993 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Tony DaDante (704) 663-3733 Pretty Pups 358-C N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Cathy Mayfield 704-663-3647 The Dog House Pet Grooming Spa 115 Plantation Ridge Dr. #102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Amber Coe (704) 664-7698

PET SITTING/ CARE IN-HOME Dog Walkers & More at Coddle Creek, LLC 1365 Coddle Creek Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Billy Harwell (704) 662-0973

PETS Friends of the Animals P.O. Box 3937 Mooresville, NC 28117 Patrice Reynolds (704) 235-5300

PHARMACIES Cannon Pharmacy - Mooresville 521 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Matt Miller (704) 658-9870 HealthSmart East Pharmacy 594 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Gavin Houchins (704) 799-6870 HealthSmart Pharmacy 108 Leaning Oak Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Doug Balog (704) 658-1184

PHOTOGRAPHY Crider’s Fine Art Portraiture PO Box 4537 Mooresville, NC 28117 Leigh Anne Crider (704) 664-1485 David Edward Photography and Videography 127 North Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 David Edward (704) 230-2333 m-a studio three60View Mooresville, NC 28117 Maxim Sivyi (302) 743-4878

PHYSICAL THERAPY K2 Sports Therapy PO Box 3534 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kevin Kucko (704) 360-2595 Saylor Physical Therapy 136 Corporate Park Drive Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28117 Colleen Lederer (704) 360-2796 Taylor Rehab Physical Therapy 114 Welton Way Ste. B Mooresville, NC 28117 Shawn Taylor (704) 658-1095

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

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Allergy & Asthma Center of Lake Norman 15940 Northcross Drive Ste. C Huntersville, NC 28078 Christina Collura (704) 746-9889 Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates 8510 McAlpine Park Dr. #101 Charlotte, NC 28211 Michelle Davidson (704) 295-3000 FastMed Urgent Care, Clinic, Medical Center 935 Shotwell Rd., Ste. 108 Clayton, NC 27520 Shanaye Barber (704) 235-0686 Lake Breeze ENT & Allergy PC 149 Plantation Ridge Dr. Ste. 190 Mooresville, NC 28117 Roy Lewis (704) 658-0595 Lake Norman Integrative Psychiatry 116 S. Main Street Ste. 301 Mooresville, NC 28115 Tracy Latz (704) 662-3200 Lake Norman Oncology 170 Medical Park Rd., Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Peg Brantley 704-799-3946 Lake Norman Pulmonary & Critical Care Specialists, PA 170 Medical Park Road, Ste. 103 Mooresville, NC 28117 Bonnie Moore 704-660-4094 Lakeside Family Physicians 130 Plantation Ridge Drive Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Bruce Mather (704) 316-1635 Piedmont HealthCare Administrative Offices 650 Signal Hill Dr. Extention Statesville, NC 28625 Kelly Knudson (704) 873-4277 Piedmont HealthCare Internal Medicine/Weight Management 128 Medical Park Road, Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Knudson (704) 658-1001 Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Foot & Ankle Center 137 Professional Park Drive Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Kurt Massey, MD (704) 662-8336 Piedmont HealthCare’s Advanced Healthcare 191-A West Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rebecca Montgomery, MD (704) 664-4000 Piedmont HealthCare’s Express Care 125 Days Inn Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Frederick U. Vorwald, MD (704) 660-9111 Piedmont HealthCare’s Full Circle Family Medicine 435 East Statesville Mooresville, NC 28115 Kelly Knudson (704) 663-5056

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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 OB/GYN 131 Medical Park Rd Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Kelly Knudson (704) 663-1282 Piedmont HealthCare’s Mooresville Dermatology Center 128 Medical Park Road Ste. 201 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 206 Joe V. Knox Ave. Ste. J 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 Primary Care Associates of Lake Norman 202 Williamson Road Ste. 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 CAC Plumbing, LLC P.O. Box 1015 Granite Quarry, NC 28072 Cedric Cuthbertson (704) 278-3719 Mooresville Plumbing Repair, LLC PO Box 299 Mooresville, NC 28115 Joe Battista (704) 662-0778 Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service PO Box 3611 Mooresville, NC 28117 Dan Pinkerton (704) 664-6949 Thompson Plumbing & Pump Service 121 Thompson Farm Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Linda Thompson (704) 664-2498

Ultimate Plumbing, LLC P.O. Box 986 Mooresville, NC 28115 Joe D. Hughes (704) 892-5843

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

POSTAL SERVICES Postal Annex + 112-A Argus Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Sandra Downey (704) 663-1047 PostNet Printing & Graphics Mooresville 125 F Trade Court Mooresville Gateway Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Ferretti (704) 660-1511 The UPS Store 516-D River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Craig Burk (704) 663-8833

PRE-SCHOOL/CHILD CARE Primrose School of Lake Norman 173 Raceway Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeremy and Stacey Hinman (704) 658-0460 Stepping Stones Academy 203 Singleton Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Renee Spivey (704) 799-1500 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

PRINTING COMPANIES Alphagraphics - Lake Norman 17111 Kenton Drive Ste. 103 Cornelius, NC 28031 Mike Marlow (704) 896-9622 Bec-Car Printing 128 West Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Michelle Baggarley (704) 664-1911 DEE-BEE Printing 148 River Park Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne McBryde (704) 663-6036 EPIC Creative Studio 631 Brawley School Rd. Ste. 200b-161 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sean Mathis (888) 830-3011 LKN Media, Inc. 131 Overhill Drive, Ste. 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ken Bonham (704) 662-9991 PostNet Printing & Graphics Mooresville 125 F Trade Court Mooresville Gateway Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Ferretti (704) 660-1511

Sir Speedy Printing 313 B South Center Statesville, NC 28677 CJ Sudman (704) 872-1020 Victory Press Mooresville, NC 28117 Paul Summerville (704) 677-6900

PROFESSIONAL & MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Express Employment Professionals 105 Singleton Road Unit 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jamie Ottinger (704) 662-6685 Strategic Development Wordwide LLC Mooresville, NC 28117 Robert Zillioux (919) 508-7223

PROFESSIONAL/ COLLEGE SPORTS TEAM Kannapolis Intimidators Baseball P.O. Box 64 Kannapolis, NC 28082 Randy Long (704) 932-3267

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT/RENTALS AHSE Holdings, Inc. Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeremy Katz (704) 237-0472 Dazcon Properties P.O. Box 3151 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jack Thesier (704) 799-7510 Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Kate Gaither (704) 663-7779 The Design Center at Lake Norman 199 Prestwood Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Paul Streeter (704) 664-0632

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

PUBLISHING Natural Awakenings Lake Norman PO Box 1745 Mooresville, NC 28115 Megan Langley (704) 662-8678

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 GoPro Motorplex 130 Motorplex Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Katelin Longbrake (704) 696-2926 Hotchkis Performance East 9075 Hwy 152 West Mooresville, NC 28115 Kevin Bryde (704) 660-3060 JR Motorsports, LLC PO Box 330 Mooresville, NC 28115 Kerry Garmon (704) 799-4800

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Kasey Kahne Racing 265 Cayuga Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Shannon Adams (704) 662-8549 Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Museum 769 River Hwy. (Hwy 150) Mooresville, NC 28117 Alex Beam (704) 660-6936 MTJ Motorsports/Martin Truex Jr LLC 156 Cayuga Drive Talbert Pointe Business Park Mooresville, NC 28117 Todd Moore (704) 664-1113 Musi Enterprises 378 B Timber Road Mooresville, NC 28115 Lizzy Musi (704) 664-7051 Nemco Motorsports, Inc. PO Box 177 Mooresville, NC 28115 Joe Nemechek (704) 664-4287 North Carolina Motorsports Association 5555 Concord Parkway Ste. 332 Concord, NC 28027 Shawn Stewart (704) 455-5606 Penske Racing Inc. P.O Box 500 Mooresville, NC 28115 Tim Cindric (704) 664-2300 Performance Instruction & Training (PIT) 156 Byers Creek Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Toni Thomas (704) 799-3869 RaceDay Motorsports 9716-B Rea Road #199 Charlotte, NC 28277 Brad Cummings (980) 215-2395 Riley Technologies LLC 170 Overhill Drive Talbert Pointe Business Park 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

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

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL AHSE Holdings, Inc. Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeremy Katz (704) 237-0472 Beacon Partners PO Box 681208 Charlotte, NC 28216 Mike Harrell 704-597-7757 Equity Commercial Properties 114 Morlake Dr. Ste. 201 Mooresville, NC 28117 John Kindley 704-799-9202

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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 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 Langtree Real Estate Group P.O. Box 355 Mt Mourne , NC 28123 Brad Howard (704) 746-3258

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL/ RESIDENTIAL Lake Norman Realty, Inc. 20117 West Catawba Avenue Cornelius, NC 28031 Jennifer Dwiggins (704) 663-3655 Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Kate Gaither (704) 663-7779 Race City Brokers - Bill Schohr 118 Morlake Dr., Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Bill Schohr (704) 869-2115 Langtree Real Estate Group P.O. Box 355 Mt Mourne , NC 28123 Brad Howard (704) 746-3258

REAL ESTATE RESIDENTIAL #1 Properties of Lake Norman 268 Farmstead Lane Mooresville, NC 28117 Cathy Lynch (704) 400-0521 Alford Realty Group - Southern Homes of the Carolinas PO Box 452 Mooresville, NC 28115 Lisa Alford (704) 408-2834 Allen Tate - Mooresville 634 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Hillary Broadway (704) 664-9333 Kirk Ballard (704) 953-5620 Stephanie Richart (704) 560-6836 Berkshire Hathaway Carolinas Realty - Sheryl Ross Bare 7930 West Kenton Circle, Ste. 300 Huntersville, NC 28078 Sheryl Ross Bare (704) 892-1424 Bershire Hathaway Home Services - Laura Bowman-Messick 7930 W. Kenton Circle Ste. 300 Huntersville, NC 28078 Laura Bowman-Messick (704) 892-1424 Besecker Homes Team 118 Morlake Drive Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Monica Besecker (704) 724-6726

Beth Preston/Lawrie Lawrence Real Estate Mooresville, NC 28117 Beth Preston (704) 662-2027 Compass Real Estate Group 517 Alcove Rd. Ste. 202 Mooresville, NC 28117 Josh Tucker (705) 625-0708 Greenfield Realty, LLC P.O. Box 475 Cleveland, NC 27013 A. W. Myers (704) 929-0704 Keller Williams Realty 118 Morlake Dr. Ste. 100 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ellen Boyle 704-799-3700 Lawrie Lawrence Real Estate 702-A Brawley School Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 G. I. ‘’Lawrie’’ Lawrence (704) 230-3082 M/I Homes ~ Heritage at Neel Ranch 107 E. Neel Ranch Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Susan Smith (980) 444-2088 Mooresville Realty PO Box 4583 Mooresville, NC 28117 Lisa Cernuto (704) 663-0990 N2it Realty 618 N. Main St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Lisa Newell (704) 230-8082 Newport Properties TeamNewport Realtors 542 -2 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Kate Gaither (704) 663-7779 RE/MAX Executive 121 Rolling Hill Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Sandy McAlpine (704) 662-0095 RE/MAX Properties Plus - Fawn Combs 303 N. Center St. Statesville, NC 28677 Fawn Combs (704) 880-2555 Roost Real Estate 130 Landings Dr. Ste. 106 Mooresville, NC 28117 John Mikesh (704) 966-2117 Rose Realty Group 195 W. Plaza Drive, Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Rosina Ciccone (704) 360-8192 Ryan Homes 9920 Kincey Ave. Ste. 200 Huntersville, NC 28078 Tara Cornett (704) 230-1906 Ryland Homes - Avalon 3600 Arco Corporate Dr. #200 Charlotte, NC 28273 Julie Smith (704) 663-0535 Sellstate Select Real Estate 528 Williamson Rd. Ste. 101 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sanford Brown (704) 799-0900 Southern Homes of the Carolinas PO Box 1581 Cornelius, NC 28031 Gina Davis (704) 896-2000

Taffy Kilroe Real Estate 427 E. Statesville Ave. #201 Mooresville, NC 28115 Taffy Kilroe (704) 576-7996 Ted Synder - Realtor Remax Crossroads 8407 Slate Street Terrell, NC 28682 Ted Snyder (704) 740-8915 The Allen Team Realty 131 Crosslake Park Drive Ste. 102 Mooresville, NC 28117 Christy Allen (704) 677-5888 Langtree Real Estate Group P.O. Box 355 Mt Mourne , NC 28123 Brad Howard (704) 746-3258 Wilson Watts and Associates Real Estate 862 Brawley School Rd. Ste. 201 Mooresville, NC 28117 Marlo Mikeal (704) 200-5523

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

REFRIGERATION/ COMMERCIAL SALES & SERVICE Specialty Refrigeration Services, Inc. 852 W. Memorial Hwy. Harmony, NC 28634 Ronnie Taylor (704) 876-1877

RELOCATION SERVICES Bellingers Relocation Liquidations & Cosignments 624 Matthews Minthill Road Matthews, NC 28105 Penny Jeffers (704) 545-0400

RENTALS - WATERSPORTS Moose Paddleboard Company, Inc. Mooresville, NC 28117 Michael Beroth (980) 200-0186

REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE Castle Renovations, LLC P.O. Box 52 Terrell, NC 28682 Keith Scott (704) 929-1756 Keith RSM Contracting Corp. 144 Ideal Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve Moreland (704) 699-3353 Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422

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

RESTAURANTS Al Gusto Italian Restaurant 761 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Patricio Campoverde (704) 660-1066

Arby’s 136 B Ostwalt-Amity Rd. Troutman, NC 28166 Lisa Mounts (704) 528-1477 Bacchus Wine & Tapas, LLC 18051 Northport Dr. Cornelius, NC 28031 Michael Amodio (704) 997-2851 Big Daddy’s Of Lake Norman, Inc. 1162 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Freddy Lancaster (704) 663-4242 Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant 479 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Mark Harris (704) 799-1458 Chick-Fil-A Restaurant 457 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Darin Wiggins (704) 799-0401 Corine’s Cafe & Catering 559 East Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Corine Croxell (704) 663-7177 Eddie’s Seafood & Raw Bar 643 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 David Logue (704) 799-2090 Epic Chophouse Restaurant 104 South Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Larry Sponaugle (704) 230-1720 Famous Toastery of Mooresville 134 Mooresville Common Way Ste. H Mooresville, NC 28117 Chuck White (704) 696-8436 Firehouse Subs 137 Cross Center Road #234 Denver , NC 28037 Justin Scotto (704) 360-2323 Giovanni’s Pizza & Pasta Restaurant 1230 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Leo and Phyllis Lomangino (704) 660-0021 Groucho’s Deli of Mooresville 215 S. Broad St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Cindy Sutton (704) 663-4500 Hickory Tavern & Catering 115 Morrison Plantation Way Mooresville, NC 28117 Charles Oliver (704) 660-9793 Hooters of Lake Norman 132 Gallery Center Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Sethra Easter (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 Johnny Brusco’s NY Style Pizza at the Lake 129 Gateway Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Jacob Hoffman (704) 799-9261 Julia’s Talley House Restaurant PO Box 711 Troutman, NC 28166 Joe & Kim Shumake (704) 528-6962

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SUBWAY - Sandwich Artists, Inc. 5074 Independence Lane Denver, NC 28037 Penny Hoover (704) 489-8721 Tequilas Mexican Grill 241 S. Broad Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Francisco Montes (704) 660-0802 The Black-Eyed Pea Restaurant 862 Brawley School Rd. Ste. 107 Mooresville, NC 28117 Carleen Savvides (704) 663-0906 TK Sushi Restaurant 694 Brawley School Rd. #B Mooresville, NC 28117 Manh Tang (704) 658-0505

RESTORATION Castle Renovations, LLC P.O. Box 52 Terrell, NC 28682 Keith Scott (704) 929-1756 Keith Universal Remodeling & Handyman Services, LLC 1670 East Broad Street, #292 Statesville , NC 28625 Scott Sharpe (704) 682-4422

RETAIL Ahlara International Day Spa, Wellness Center & Marketplace 155 Joe V. Knox Avenue Mooresville, NC 28117 Lynne Wiggins (704) 662-0946 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 Ben Newkirk (704) 799-6532 Fired on Broad Pottery P.O. Box 4712 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brette Webb (704) 980-7544 Goodwill Industries of Northwest NC, Inc. 124 Fourth Crescent Place Statesville, NC 28625 Juanita Norman (704) 873-5005 JR Cigar Mooresville 130 Consumer Square Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Beth Stecyna (704) 872-5300 Made in Mooresville 404 N. Main St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Charlene Richard (704) 402-5804 Mainstream Boutique 126 Mooresville Commons Way, Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28117 Brad Mitchell (704) 662-9306 Maurices Women’s Clothing 350 W. Plaza Dr. #C Mooresville, NC 28117 Randa Morrison (704) 799-7033

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Memory Lane Motorsports & Historical Museum 769 River Hwy. (Hwy 150) Mooresville, NC 28117 Alex Beam (704) 660-6936 Our Towns Habitat ReStore 121 Norman Station Blvd Mooresville, NC 28117 Jill Laney 704-896-8957 ext. 206 Platos Closet Mooresville 335 West Plaza Drive Ste. X Mooresville, NC 28117 Jennifer Noonan (704) 230-0715 Sam’s Club 646 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Patrick Walker (704) 360-1010 Secure The Perimeter 247 Plaza Drive Unit F Mooresville, NC 28115 Beverly Aymar (704) 660-0662 Southern States 539 E. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Jessica Wenderoth (704) 360-3938 Sterling Vapes 2785 Charlotte Hwy. #10 Mooresville, NC 28117 William Wright (704) 660-8273 Style Encore Mooresville 168 Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 David Noonan (704) 662-3322 Swell Board Shop 119 Landings Dr. Ste. 106 Mooresville, NC 28117 Jason Bowles (704) 997-2866 Tastebuds Popcorn at the Lake 115 Plantation Ridge Dr. Ste. 103 Mooresville, NC 28117 David Sayre (704) 663-4636 The Enchanted Olive 119 N. Main Street Downtown Mooresville, NC 28115 Shannon Barker (704) 230-4704 Wal-Mart # 01-1156 169 Norman Station Blvd. Consumer Square Mooresville, NC 28117 Lorresa LaFrancis (704) 664-5238

RISK MANAGEMENT SightSpan Inc. P.O. Box 4023 Mooresville, NC 28117 John Walsh (704) 663-0074

ROOFING - SOLAR Power Home Solar 919 N. Main St. Mooresville, NC 28115 David Maynard (704) 775-2422

ROOFING CONTRACTORS Copper Innovations, Inc. 122 Summerville Dr. Unit 103 Mooresville, NC 28115 James Frary (704) 663-3497 Eastern Roof Technologies PO Box 3006 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brian Newman (704) 663-7521 LKN Roofing Inc. P.O. Box 132 Mount Mourne, NC 28123 Chad Schneider (704) 556-7663

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

SATELLITE SERVICE Directv Authorized Dealer 915 River Hwy Ste. A Mooresville, NC 28117 Natalie Nicholas 704-360-7111

SCHOOLS-PUBLIC & PRIVATE Career Academy & Technical School 350 Old Murdock Rd. Troutman, NC 28166 Larry Rogers (704) 978-2791 Davidson Day School 750 Jetton Street Davidson, NC 28036 Cynthia Walsh (704) 237-5200 Denver Christian Academy PO Box 529 Denver, NC 28037 Dana Gorman (704) 483-2207 Drive! Driving School PO Box 1744 Mooresville, NC 28115 Johanna Newman (704) 928-7457 Gardner-Webb University at Statesville 1714 Wilkesboro Highway Statesville, NC 28625 John Karriker (704) 761-5007 Hope Christian Academy 872 Fern Hill Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Paige Glascock (704) 528-5555 Iredell County Partnership For Young Children 734 Salisbury Rd. Statesville , NC 28677 Marta Koesling (704) 878-9980 Iredell-Statesville School System P.O. Box 911 Statesville, NC 28677 Susie Wiberg (704) 872-8931 Langtree Charter Academy 154 Foundation Court Mooresville, NC 28117 Joan Roman (704) 705-1698 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 Tim Brewer (704) 878-3200 Mooresville Graded School District 305 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mark Edwards (704) 658-2530 NASCAR Technical Institute UTI 220 Byers Creek Rd Mooresville, NC 28117 John Dodson (704) 658-1950 Performance Instruction & Training (PIT) 156 Byers Creek Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Toni Thomas (704) 799-3869

Reel Academy of LKN 153 Marketplace Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Tanya Topazio (704) 659-6597 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 9201 University City Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28223 Philip Dubois (704) 687-2000

SECURITY SYSTEMS Advanced Detection Technology 215-1 Overhill Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Dale Hiatt (704) 663-1949 Alarm South PO Box 5393 Statesville, NC 28677 Lane Hooks 704-872-9857 CPI Security 4200 Sandy Porter Rd. Charlotte, NC 28273 (704) 941-7511 Insight Security 18805 w. Catawba Ave., Ste. 207 Cornelius, NC 28031 Esbith Andaya (704) 778-8626 ASG Security/RSH 3420 Vardell Ln. Charlotte, NC 28217 Roger Parks (704) 902-6938 Video Security Pros 1785 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Victoria Gulickson (704) 660-9500

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Lancaster’s Bar B Q And Wings Restaurant & Catering PO Box 1472 Mooresville, NC 28115 Jeff & Terry Lancaster (704) 663-5807 Lotus Chinese Restaurant 163 E. Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28115 Steve Tong (704) 663-0613 McDonald’s/M. Neader Managment 536 N. Greenbriar Rd. Statesville, NC 28625 Dana Brown (704) 873-2896 Moe’s Southwest Grill 137 Market Place Ave. Mooresville, NC 28117 Jeffrey Steiner (704) 360-2956 Noodles & Company Restaurant 489 River Hwy. Ste. B Mooresville, NC 28117 Samantha Perry (704) 658-0640 Orient Express 138 Village View Dr. #102 Mooresville, NC 28117 John Hui (704) 765-5201 Panera Bread Bakery Cafe 109 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Jonathon Baker (704) 662-6433 Papa Murphy’s Take-N-Bake Pizza 654-C River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Mitch Brink (704) 664-7272 Philly Pretzel Factory 591 River Highway, Ste. S Mooresville Crossing Mooresville, NC 28117 Valerie & Larry Brang (704) 660-5606 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 Dinner & Sightseeing Cruises on Lake Norman 1459 River Hwy Mooresville, NC 28117 Deborah Harwell (704) 663-2628 Sagebrush Steakhouse 140 Regency Center 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 Shiki Japanese Restaurant 335 W. Plaza Dr. Ste. BB Mooresville, NC 28117 Minh Khoi Tran (704) 799-2122 Showmar’s - Mooresville 138 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 John Vastis (704) 662-3383 Sonny’s BBQ - Tricor, Inc. 328 W. Plaza Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Steve Tubel (704) 662-0761

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

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

SIGNS/SALES & SERVICE LKN Media, Inc. 131 Overhill Drive, Ste. 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ken Bonham (704) 662-9991 The Sign Post, Inc. Signs & Graphics 118 Overhill Drive Ste. 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Andrew Juhasz (704) 799-1818 Tier 1 Graphics LLC 2386 Statesville Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28115 Matt Dinkel (704) 662-6062

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

SPORTING GOODS Charlotte Running Co. 124 Trade Court Ste. B Mooresville, NC 28117 Todd Joefreda (704) 799-1400

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SPORTS ASSOCIATION Carolina Rapids Soccer Club 11138 Treynorth Dr. Cornelius, NC 28031 Thomas Finlay (704) 894-9995 Lake Norman Soccer Club P.O. Box 3813 Mooresville, NC 28117 Leslie Gerwitz (704) 662-3330 Lake Norman Tennis Center 205 Overhill Dr. Mooresville, NC 28117 Angela Heider (704) 402-2505 Mooresville Midget Football League Mooresville, NC 28115 Cliff Graves (704) 622-6171 Mooresville Spinners Baseball LLC 651 South Broad St. Mooresville, NC 28115 Phillip Loftin (704) 491-4112

SPORTS/RECREATION FACILITIES Cliff Hangers Rock Climbing & Fitness Gym 326 Oates Rd. Cornelius, NC 28031 Kris Johnson (386) 679-4686 Lake Norman Wellness and Athletic Complex 128 Speedway Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Marie Quinn (704) 799-0188

STORAGE Exit 42 Self Storage 139 Houston Rd. Troutman, NC 28166 Susan Sherrill 704-528-0300 Mooresville Self Storage 1220 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Michelle Carter (704) 662-6902

SUPERIOR BAGS Superior Bag PO Box 1578 Mooresville, NC 28115 Denise Evans (704) 662-1700

SWIM INSTRUCTION/ TRAINING SwimMac Carolina 9850 Providence Rd. Charlotte, NC 28277 Amy Kosofsky (704) 995-4103

TAX RETURNS H&R Block 168-F Norman Station Blvd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Diane Neese (704) 799-1966 Liberty Tax Service 247 E. Plaza Dr. Ste. C Mooresville, NC 28115 Kay Weldon (704) 799-8700

TELEPHONE COMPANIES Verizon Wireless 467 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Brian Adams (704) 799-7539 Windstream 68 Cabarrus Ave E Concord, NC 28025 Debbie Gallagher (704) 780-0300

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TELEPHONE SALES/ SERVICE/ADVERTISING 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

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

TIRES Griffin Brothers Tires, Wheels and Auto Repair 278 West Plaza Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Spencer Schaible (704) 662-0049 Mooresville Tire & Automotive Repair 1037 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Terry Causey (704) 799-3020 RimzOne Wheels, Tires & Accessories 2550 Charlotte Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Mashburn (704) 663-0198 The Tire Depot 983 River Hwy. Mooresville, NC 28117 Mike Melton (704) 360-9922 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 Beth White (704) 664-5622

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

TRAVEL AGENCIES Christian Tours/Burke International 4643 South NC 16 Highway Maiden, NC 28650 Mellonee Owenby (828) 465-3900 DTS Travel 232 Digh Circle Mooresville, NC 28117 Debra Smith (704) 664-6643 Travel Plus of NC, Inc. 148 East Moore Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Jackie Rummage (704) 664-5888

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

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

TRUCKING Gray Rock LLC 822 Mocksville Hwy. Statesville, NC 28625 Allison Pickett (704) 596-6323

UPHOLSTERS R & R Creative Upholstery and Canvas 1113 Brawley School Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Rhonda Hubbard (704) 799-8728

VACUUM SALES Oreck Vacuums 154 Talbert Pointe Dr. Ste. 103 Mooresville, NC 28117 Brian Teague (704) 660-0556

VETERINARIANS Brawley Animal Hospital 111 Raceway Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Angie Finkes (704) 663-5122 Lakewood Veterinary Hospital 813 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Dana Falzone (704) 662-6077 Village Animal Hospital 628 Carpenter Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 Warren Moretz (704) 660-9663

VIDEO PRODUCTION/ SERVICES Brad Harvey Creative Mooresville, NC 28115 Brad Harvey (419) 202-9920 Brenton Productions 179 Gasoline Alley Ste. 102 A Mooresville, NC 28117 Ron Winter (704) 660-0205 Equine Marketing Group/ Kencom Inc. 119-C Magnolia Park Drive Mooresville, NC 28117 Jim Kenney (704) 660-6727 Keen Creative Group 119 North Main Street Ste. 205 Mooresville, NC 28117 Julia Elliott (704) 360-4404 Marcus O’Brian Productions Mooresville, NC 28117 Marcus O’Brian (702) 542-5742

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

VISITORS & CONVENTION BUREAU Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau 130 Landings Dr. Ste. 102 Langtree at the Lake Mooresville, NC 28117 Leah Mitcham, TMP, CSEE (704) 799-2400

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

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

WATER CONDITIONING/ FILTRATION Kangen Water - Wholesome Living Mooresville, NC 28117 Donna Bishop (704) 880-8599

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

WEB SITE BUS/DESIGN/ HOSTING/VIRTUAL TOUR EPIC Creative Studio 631 Brawley School Rd. Ste. 200b-161 Mooresville, NC 28117 Sean Mathis (888) 830-3011 LKN Media, Inc. 131 Overhill Drive, Ste. 104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Ken Bonham (704) 662-9991 McBryde Website Design 148 River Park Road Hwy 150 West (across from Peoples Bank) Mooresville, NC 28117 Wayne McBryde (704) 660-7052

Industrial Motion, Inc. 111 Bevan Dr. Mooresville, NC 28115 Brian Pfeifer (704) 664-2200 R.H. Barringer Distributing Co. 125 Seven Oaks Rd. Linwood, NC 27299 Shawn Brinkle (800) 273-0555 Service Partners, LLC PO Box 149 Mooresville, NC 28115 Chuck Chrimes 704-663-1261 United Beverages of NC, LLC P.O. Box 727 Salisbury, NC 28145 Dean Proctor (704) 633-9361

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

WINDOWS World of Windows of the Carolinas, Inc. 9100-A Perimeter Woods Dr. Charlotte, NC 28216 Susan Waddell (704) 921-9898 202 North Main Ltd. Wine Boutique 202 N. Main Street Mooresville, NC 28115 Mike Parker (704) 663-5445

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

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

WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAMS Plexus Slim - Sandra McLeod 119 Pandora Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 Sandra McLeod (704) 562-1439

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 Todd Brown (704) 483-3213 Diode Technologies 219 Williamson Rd. Ste. 1104 Mooresville, NC 28117 Narish Rajana (704) 360-1081 Dunroven House Inc. P.O. Box 3070 Mooresville, NC 28117 Joe DeMarco (704) 896-8904

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