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inthisissue March 2008
More Than Good Faith
Hiring quality people and helping them grow professionally and spiritually is at the core of the phenomenal success of Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, according to J. Frank Harrison III, fourth generation family leader of what has become the nation’s second-largest Coca-Cola bottler.
[Stanford Financial Group]
A Better Way
David Morgan, Audrey Truman and Hunter Widener opened the Charlotte office, Stanford Group Company, in July 2006. Since then, they’ve lived their dream of providing high-net-worth individuals as well as businesses with financial advice and services.
[BAE Systems Tenslyon High Performance Materials Inc.]
Game Changing Technology
This textile manufacturing company in Union County produces a high performance tape called Tensylon, strong enough to protect soldiers and gentle enough to be used for dental floss. Now, they are receiving international attention for the versatile product.
[Decision Support LLC]
New Face of Technology
Data exchange is a constant conversation—and data packets are the words in that conversation. So it’s a good thing that there are folks like Bruce Wilkinson who understand this language and can provide the support to translate it in a meaningful way for businesses.
[RedSky Gallery]
A Different Palette
When Kellie Scott found herself at a professional crossroads, she made the singularly dramatic decision to leave her banking career and open an art gallery. Five years later the gallery is nationally recognized and one of the largest fine craft galleries in the Southeast.
[publisher's Post]
Three Critical Factors in Duke/Lacrosse Player Defense
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