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– FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- After two months in Fayetteville, Cellular Phone Repair Center joined the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce on August 7.   "We're proud to be part of an organization like the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce," said Alex Iser, CEO and founder of the Cellular Phone Repair Center. "Fayetteville is a wonderful city and we love being here. We've spent a long time helping people in the tri-state area, and we want to reinforce our commitment to the community."   With around 1,500 members, the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce works to enhance the quality of life in the ...
As of 2008, the city of Fayetteville has a population of approximately 174,091 including annexation since the 2000 census. It currently ranks as the sixth-largest municipality in North Carolina. Fayetteville is located near the Sandhills in the western part of the Coastal Plain region, on the Cape Fear River . With a population of 341,363, the Fayetteville metropolitan area is the largest in southeastern North Carolina, and the fifth-largest in the state. Suburban areas of metro Fayetteville include Hope Mills , Spring Lake , Raeford , Stedman , and Eastover .
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Inn-Side News: July Edition | Fayetteville Clarion
Welcome back for the July edition of the Inn-Side News! Summer is here, and we are so excited about our upcoming events! If you know anyone who would want to receive this newsletter, they can request to be added by emailing Lee McAhren at Don’t forget to bring in your coupon located at the bottom of the newsletter offered as a “thank you” for being a valued Clarion Inn customer! Please feel free to submit your ideas, pictures or suggestions for the newsletter to Lee McAhren at We’re GreeNWAy Certified! We are now a GREEN business! The Fayetteville Clarion Inn has ... market research, surveys and trends


Arkansas Business 20th Anniversary
A half-century ago, the economic landscape of northwest Arkansas was bleak. It lacked the Delta�s rich soil and the industrial base of the state�s centrally located capital. If the L�il Abner stereotype of Ozark life wasn�t exactly true, it wasn�t exactly false, either. �Fifty years ago we were the poorest area of state,� said Bill Ramsey, CEO of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce and a former state representative. The Ozarks did have cheap land, picturesque vistas and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. But graduates looked beyond the ridges of the ancient Ozark Mountains for a �good job.� Native daughters and sons ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Lioneld Jordan, new mayor of Fayetteville, Ark
MAYBE, this plan would help protect the property of the landowner downstream to the north toward Hamestring Creek. But it will totally miss the point of trying to protect the existing mature trees and will allow an incredible increase in erosion during construction and have only a minimal chance of improving the park in any credible way. The only worthwhile and effective use of the money set aside for this plan would be KEEPING the water WATER WHERE IT FALLS: On the lots in the subdivisions to the south, east and west in raingardens created in the yards and in the treeless portion of the park at the southeast corner. Helping ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Power Plant Marks 25th Year
LITTLE ROCK - Two words like no other still evoke in regulators, ratepayers, politicians and business leaders memories of an unprecedented era in which one of the most high-profile energy rate cases in Arkansas history dominated headlines, political agendas, corporate board rooms and court dockets: Grand Gulf. So dominant was the case that for three straight years in the early 1980s it was voted the top Arkansas news story by The Associated Press. Editorial writers lampooned the controversy as "Grand Goof" or "Grand Gulp." Grand Gulf is the nuclear power plant built on a 2,100-acre site near Port Gibson, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Hispanic-owned Businesses on the Rise, Census Bureau Finds
A new Census Bureau report finds the number of Hispanic-owned businesses is rising faster then the number of businesses overall. Washington, D.C. - infoZine - Scripps Howard Foundation Wire - Hispanic-owned businesses are booming across the United States, specifically in the South. Arkansas had a 160 percent increase in Hispanic-owned business, growing from 2,094 businesses in 2002 to 5,457 in 2007, according to a study released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau. "Our Hispanic community has grown significantly," said Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce President Steve Clark. "That diversity is very good for us. We ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center network is assisted annually by about 200 sponsors and partners. The statewide training program has grown through the support of these individuals, and we would like to express our sincere thanks to them for volunteering their time and expertise. The ASBTDC relies on these individuals to provide high quality training in areas in which these professionals have expertise. The value of the services provided by our partners and sponsors contributed to more than $141,000 of inkind contributions to the ASBTDC. We greatly appreciate their willingness to ...
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As a native to the "natural state" I can help you extract the sweetness from the hidden pleasures of this sometimes misunderstood area.From canoeing what may be the last free flowing river in America to taking in symphony, theatre, or art exhibits, I have a well rounded knowledge base to share with you. A relic of the restaurant business, I will steer you away from the chains and show you where it`s at from five star dining to hip coffee houses to sharing pond raised trout and catfish with the good country folk.Looking for a magical getaway amoung breathtaking mountains in an authentic Victorian village sometimes ...
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