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Learn about what local businesses are making and doing and some of the people behind the scenes. Find updates on new businesses coming and other local business news.

Klaussner adds two new executives

Klaussner Home Furnishings has hired Joseph Rosenberg as executive vice president of sales & marketing and Amy Archer as vice president of merchandising, domestic upholstery. 

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Carolina Tap House holds ribbon cutting

The Carolina Tap House recently celebrated the opening of its location at 141 Sunset Avenue.

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Four Saints announces expansion plans

Four Saints Brewing Co. in Asheboro is expanding into the building next door, with an eye on making moonshine.

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Toyota already expanding its plans

Toyota says it will invest an additional $2.5 billion in the Randolph Megasite, and an additional 350 jobs.

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North State expanding service in Randolph County

North State, an area Internet provider, has announced an investment of $51 million to bring ultra-high-speed internet service to parts of Randolph County, specifically Asheboro, Ramseur and Franklinville.

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Ribbon-cutting at Robbie's Touch Boat Restoration

A ribbon-cutting was held recently for Robbie's Touch Boat Restoration new location on Highway 220 Business South in Asheboro.

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Graham Personnel Services open for business

A ribbon cutting was held for Graham Personnel Services on Aug. 18 in Asheboro

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Industry partners needed for new adult workforce program 

RCC is seeking local industry partners for a new workforce initiative.

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Klaussner bumps Cybulski from CFO to President, CEO

Klaussner Home Furnishings has announced that current Chief Financial Officer David Cybulski has been named President and Chief Executive Officer. 

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After a very good year — what now for EDC?

After a year of unprecedented industrial development in Randolph County, what will be the next act for the county's Economic Development Commission?

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Downtown business gets a mink over

Shop at 150 Sunset Avenue is now open as Minkology. It was formerly the site of Vintage Cottage. It's owned by Wendi Mink, who recently moved back to North Carolina with her husband.

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The She Shack Boutique is Asheboro's Next Great Pop-Up Shop winner

The She Shack Boutique is the winner of the first-ever search for Asheboro's Next Great Pop-Up Shop at the Mall.

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Southern Sage open for business

Ribbon-cutting opens new business, Southern Sage, a venue for weddings, classes and other special events.

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Movement Bank opens in Randleman

Randleman gets a new brick-and-mortar bank that plans to cater to digital and traditional alike

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Tears and cheers at Chamber annual awards night

Emotions ran high Friday night during the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony at Pinewood Country Club.

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Crystals, meditation offered at new cultural gift shop

The River Willow is described as a “cultural gift shop” with plans in the summer to offer meditation classes and workshops for crystals.

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Leather shop in Ramseur has customers around the world

Ramseur is home to one of six leather companies in America. Here's how that happened.

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Cross Road Retirement Center’s administrator gives overview of history, future

Cross Road is a retirement community, complete with porches on each home, a lake, raised bed gardens, a greenhouse, two activity centers, a clubhouse and a long-term care facility for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients.

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Faith Book Nook closes doors after 67 years

COVID, internet cut into business, forcing the closure of a business begun by a woman in 1954, Ethel Burrows. Here's that tale, and more.

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Can local Mini-Golf be saved?

Losing wife, hurt by COVID, rough medical year has owner seeking community aid to keep 63-year-old business open

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Monroe’s Music & Jewelry closing this month

Retiring owner Tony Hoover hoped to have a buyer for the business, but that hasn't happened

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Caregiver receives some loving care

An ugly year for a local caregiver ends on a warm, positive note with a free heating system.

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Multi-purpose playground multi-educational, too

UCA middle school students work with local makerspace leader 
to discover what they can do with their minds and their hands

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Sterilelink carves out a niche

Unique local business has roots in Randolph County, 
and now a large building for current and future expansion

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Katherine Stroud wants new Nannie Mae’s cafe and bakery to serve joy ... and some of Grandma’s sweets

Downtown Asheboro welcomes a new cafe and bakery

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Hello? Anybody want a job?

Some call today's hiring woes ‘the new pandemic’

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Have you picked your insurance yet for 2022?

All Insurance For You sponsored the Oct. 20 edition of the Randolph Hub to get this message out. Read on.

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High Point Furniture Market: 'It's our Super Bowl'

Here's a peek in a day in the life of Klaussner Furniture Industries at the High Point Furniture Market.

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Bossong rolls on with the times

After boosting mask production in 2020, Bossong helps Conover company become one of the fastest-growing companies in the nation

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Growing demand means Klaussner needs more workers

With business roaring back, Klaussner Furnishings, Inc. needs to hire 200 new workers. 

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Move to new site paying off for Hamilton's

Here's the story behind Hamilton's: How it came to be, its move, its mission

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