Asheboro/Randolph Chamber

Chamber honors locals, installs new leaders

Chamber honors locals, installs new leaders

New chamber chair Nicki Hill presents 2020-2021 Chair Kelly Heath with a plaque to recognize her service to the Chamber. (North State Journal) ASHEBORO — After a pandemic delay and during a trying time for many local businesses, there was still much to celebrate for the Randolph County business community. The Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards dinner Friday night at Pinewood Country Club. The celebration marked the business group's 96th annual meeting and included awards for citizen of the year, emerging leader, volunteer of the year, woman business leader, and business, industry, and organization of the year.…
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NEW BUSINESS: Crush Nutrition and Energy

NEW BUSINESS: Crush Nutrition and Energy

ASHEBORO — Crush Nutrition and Energy celebrated the opening of their new business at 1438 East Dixie Dr. in Asheboro on July 1. The store offers healthy shakes, energy teas, and health and wellness coaching. Attending the event were (left to right) Asheboro Mayor Pro Tem Walker Moffitt, Jacob Koontz, Aiden Koontz, Easton Johnson, owners Amy and Jamie Johnson, Logan Jones, Jillian Stern, Grace Runyon and Asheboro/Randolph Chamber Chair Kelly Heath. (PHOTO: Asheboro/Randolph Chamber)    
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