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Culver’s Hope Mills location hosts groundbreaking ceremony

By Faith Hatton, posted 4 weeks ago
Front row: The Madsen Family includes Culver's Franchisee Adrian Madsen, his wife Rachel and kids Will and Caroline, joined with in-laws Bill and Joyce Maxley. Back row: Members of the RAYWEST DESIGNBUILD team that will be over the project include Construction Manager Lawson Ray, CO-Founder Greg West and Construction Superintendent Jeff Hart. 

The newest restaurant to Hope Mills has officially broken ground on its future location at 3320 South Peak Drive. On Friday, March 15, representatives from the Town of Hope Mills, the Hope Mills Area Chamber of Commerce, contractors RAYWEST DESIGNBUILD and owner of the future Hope Mills Culver’s, Adrian Madsen and his family and friends all came together to kickstart construction. 

RAYWEST DESIGNBUILD Co-Owner Greg West shared a few opening statements, introducing the building team over the project and offering the Culver’s franchisee their first welcome into the area. West shared that construction will begin next week and is expected to take six months. 

Following a moment of prayer to bless the future location, Town of Hope Mills Mayor Jessie Bellflowers also offered a welcome and shared the excitement of the new addition on behalf of the community. 

“You guys are part of the Hope Mills family and we're excited to have you here. I can tell you that the first time that it was known that you guys were going to build here, the community was so receptive, so many military people have heard about Culver’s,” shared Bellflowers. “And we are very excited that not only are you coming to the Fayetteville area, you chose Hope Mills to put your restaurant and especially the location.”

Following, Madsen stepped up to thank the community and his family and friends for their continued support as they move further along with this new business opportunity. 

He then reflected on the history of Culver's and its origins and how he plans to bring that same hospitable culture to Hope Mills. 

“Today is a special and long sought day. It’s not at all the beginning of the journey for myself and my family, but our groundbreaking today marks the very next step to bringing this dream to reality. I am so proud of the growing team that will bring Culver’s and all the passion and good of Culver’s to Hope Mills, Fayetteville and Fort Liberty,” shared Madsen.

 

On Friday, March 15, representatives from the Town of Hope Mills, the Hope Mills Area Chamber of Commerce, contractors RAYWEST DESIGNBUILD and owner of the future Hope Mills Culver’s, Adrian Madsen and his family and friends all came together to kickstart construction. 
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