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Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Invitations for the 2019 GRCVB Annual Meeting are in the mail queue (both snail mail and email). The theme of this year's event is "Why Tourism Matters." "...tourism is integral to the economic health and vitality of our area and contributes significantly to Wake County's quality of place and its stellar reputation." You will hear more about this thesis from the keynote speaker at the luncheon, more
Categories: Chamber, Community, General News Article
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
The following review was made by Malcom MacMillan with TheBallparkGuide:     "Five County Stadium opened in 1991 as the home of the Carolina Mudcats of the Southern League. The first thing that I noticed as I approached Five County Stadium was the Mudcats water tower, which jutted well above the treeline. What an impressive sight, right? This begs a question — do you know of any other MiLB more
Categories: Chamber, Education, General News Article, Around Town, Community, Fun Facts
Friday, July 05, 2019
The Town of Zebulon is taking a look at how we can improve the Farm Fresh Market. Your feedback on our current market is important as we plan for our future. We welcome your ideas on how we can make the market a better place for our community to support our local farmers, producers and artisans. Here are the different ways that you can participate: 1. Complete a survey Take the online more
Categories: Chamber, Community, Papers/Research, Around Town, Chamber News, Human Interest
Wednesday, July 03, 2019
  Fall Soccer Fall Soccer is available for all children ages 4-11 years old. This basic form of soccer is designed to encourage soccer players of all skill sets to join in on the fun.  The age groups are U6 (4-5-year-old) coed, U8 (6-7-year-old) coed, U10 (8-9-year-old) coed, and U12 (10-11-year-old) coed. All games are played at Wakelon Elementary School Fields. All age groups are more
Categories: Chamber News, Human Interest, Around Town, Community, Member News
Tuesday, July 02, 2019
The town of Zebulon was awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting this month by the Government Finance Officers Associate of the United States and Canada. Zebulon Finance Director Bobby Fitts said this is the 25th consecutive year the town has won this certificate. ...the Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in the are of governmental more
Categories: Community, Around Town
Tuesday, July 02, 2019
Labor market still improving, total employment rising. ?The recent decline in long-term interest relates relative to short-term interest rates has often been associated with a slowing, and maybe even contracting, economy. Looking at the reasons supporting continued economic growth, that is, backing the idea of no imminent recession. First and foremost is the observation that both households and more
Categories: Economic, General News Article
Monday, July 01, 2019
Article by Shawn Taylor "I have for many years referred to eastern Wake County as the final frontier of Wake County," said Bob Matheny. Transportation projects like the Knightdale Bypass and the future Interstate 87 make living in Knightdale or Zebulon and working in Raleigh more feasible, according to Roberson. Zebulon 6.7 percent, outpacing the county-wide 1.9 percent growth rate."...and more
Categories: Community, Around Town, General News Article
Friday, June 28, 2019
Chamber President Denise Nowell and Town Planning Director Michael Clark attended the inaugural Wake County Hotel Development Summit on Thursday, June 13. Throughout the report out of the Destination Strategic Plan by the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau and JLL in the fall of 2018, Zebulon and other Wake County municipalities talked about the need for strategic hotel more
Categories: Chamber News, Economic, Around Town, Community
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
In 2015, the Board of Directors for the Zebulon Chamber of Commerce hired Denise Nowell to lead the organization. Her first day on the job, the Board presented her with the gift of a Philodendron plant to welcome her to the position, and to the town of Zebulon. At the first Ribbon Cutting ceremony after starting in her role, Denise took a clipping of that plant and gave it to the business to more
Categories: Around Town, Community
Monday, June 24, 2019