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Twila Matthews

Community Manager, The Hub
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Twila Matthews serves as the Community Manager for The Hub and handles new member inquiries and bookings. Contact Twila at (910) 321-8001 or by email at hello@hubfaye.com to inquire about available co-working or private office spa

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Oct 28, 2021

Small Businesses and Start-Ups Have New Professional Home in Fayetteville with Full Amenities

Small businesses and start-ups in need of professional office space now have an affordable and convenient solution in Fayetteville. The Hub, located at 109 Hay Street, Suite 202, is Fayetteville’s newest co-working solution that offers professionals

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