Volume 1 Issue 7: Aug 27, 2021

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Rick Jones
Highland Roofing Company

10 Steps to Prepare Your Facility for Heavy Storms

Posted Aug 9, 2021
It’s never too early to think about preparing your facility for heavy storms – especially now that our region is in the heart of hurricane season.  Following is a 10-step action plan to ensure that your facility is ready for heavy storms.1.
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The Latest in Security Solutions for SMBs

Luke Wheeler - Vice President, Holmes Security Systems
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Top 10 Places to Visit and Do Business in the Town of Hope Mills

Casey Ferris - Board President, The Hope Mills Chamber of Commerce
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Why a Career in Paralegal Technology Can Be Rewarding

M. Mark Grobosky, J.D. - Department Chair & Instructor, Fayetteville Technical Community College

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