December 2014 Newsletter - Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce

On November 20, Kathy Pope, Vice President of
Community Development and Edith Elmore,
Chair of the Beautification & Image Committee
presented a Beautification Award to Tractor
Supply Company. The award recognized them
for the improvements to the existing building and
Tractor Supply Company is located in the Harnett
Crossings Shopping Center.
Pictured from left to right: Rashard McNeil; Kimbere Fannin; Phillip Simpson; Ella Busch, Manager; Richard Dean;
Edith Elmore; Donita Allison; and Kathy Pope.
2014 Officers
Brad Heath – President; Hope Gower Tyndall – President Elect; Myra Parker – Vice President Finance; Terry Whittenton –
Vice President Membership and Organizational Development; Kathy Pope – Vice President Community Development;
Steven Neuschafer – Vice President Economic Development; Meredith Bradham – Vice President Education; Russell Galvan
– Vice President Public & Governmental Affairs; Trent Carpenter – Immediate Past President; Tammy Williams – Executive
Vice President
2014 Board of Directors
Term Ending 2016 – Rodney Johnson, Buddy Miller, Melissa Scott, Clint Stanley, Graham White
Term Ending 2015 – Bart Adams, Sondra Davis, Dustin Hinson, John Riley, Kim Schmidlin
Term Ending 2014 – Annette Barfield, Shannon Johnson, Bill Lasater, Matthew Smith, Clay Stanley
Directors-at-Large – Jeremy Bass, Lauren Ashley Stephens and Seth Thompson
Ex-officio – Mayor Oscar Harris—City of Dunn and General Lee Commission; Commissioner Gary House; Billy Tart—
Tourism Authority; Vivian Bennett and William H Morris—Board of Education; Jerry Wood—Campbell University
December 2014
An evening full of fun and fellowship, sprinkled with laughter and cheer was had by all at the Christmas Gala and Auction
presented by Jernigan’s Nursery & Trading Post on November 14 at the
Regency Banquet & Conference Center. With generous donations made by
many local businesses, the Chamber was able to raise funds needed through
some friendly bidding on more then 70 items, including diamond earrings, a
linen armoire, sunglass package and lots more. A special thanks to our
Auctioneer Terry Whittenton, and to all of the evenings contributors, committee
members, and especially our guests, for your help in making our big event such
a successful night!
Congratulations to Becky Walls! She won the “Taste of Dunn” raffle – winning
more than $850.00 in gift certificates and items from Dunn Area restaurants and
Gala photography courtesy of our Ambassador of the Year, Billy Barfield.
“Eating takes on a whole new meaning at Steak Escape Sandwich Grill. This is an elevated sandwich
experience – where sight, sound, smell, taste, creation and belonging are all part of eating out. With an urban
industrial feel and activity that lifts the soul. Front-line grilling fills the air with a sound-scape of cooks in motion. It's
hand-sliced ingredients, it’s healthy eating, and best of all, it’s choice – to be able to create a meal just the way you
like it with notable distinctive flavors and endless combinations of ingredients, it’s a new experience each time you
The Dunn franchise owner, Alex Abdallat, seconds all that the
above quote embodies. He became enamored with the Steak Escape
mantra as an owner of another ‘fresh sandwich’ franchise shop in
Raleigh. He then partnered with Ken Jarvis, a land broker from FuquayVarina, who convinced Alex to take a look at Dunn. Alex then began his
new journey, along with two long time employees Mike Abazid and Josh Lowrance,
who have worked with Alex for 15 years. He and Ken found the perfect location in the
East Pointe Village Shopping Center. And, in November 2013 the doors opened at the
Steak Escape Dunn.
Steak Escape is the alternative quick serve/casual restaurant that provides
a wide variety of fresh, hot, made-to-order food at a reasonable price in a friendly
environment. A great alternative to ordinary fast food. With a menu that offers
Grilled Sandwiches, Veggie Bowls, Potato Bowls, Garden Salads and the famous
Hand cut French Fries, and so much more. If you are in need of lunch for a
meeting, or just because, think of the Steak Escape, delivery is included with every
catering order.
Regular hours of operation are Monday through Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00
p.m. Stop by 1165 E. Cumberland St., #124, East Pointe Village. Or call them at
(910) 891-2526 to arrange your catering delivery. For more information and to view
the menu, visit
The Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE) recognized the 2014
North Carolina Chamber Executive of the Year at their Annual Management Conference in Greenville,
SC on October 30, 2014. And our very own, Tammy Williams, Executive Vice President of the Dunn
Chamber, was honored as the recipient of this prestigious award.
The CACCE Chamber Executive of the Year Award recognizes long-term executives who have
excelled over a period of years in leading and innovatively building their chamber. The award is based
on the demonstration of excellence in areas of chamber leadership, organizational management,
service to the profession, community reputation/involvement, and personal attributes.
CACCE is the professional development organization dedicated to improving the educational
opportunities for chamber of commerce executives and staff members in North and South Carolina.
CACCE equips chamber of commerce professionals with leadership skills and tools to build innovative
chambers. The organization was formed in 1994 when the North and South Carolina state chamber
associations merged.
Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce Inc.
Calendar of Events
December 2014
Business of the Week— Harnett Area Shag Association-HASA
Ribbon Cutting for Park Lane Jewelry,
At the Chamber Office, 209 W. Divine St, 11:00 a.m.
Annual Banquet Planning Meeting, Yamato Steak , 12:00 noon
Christmas Tree Lighting, Downtown Dunn, 6:00 p.m.
Dunn Christmas Parade, Downtown Dunn, 2:00 p.m.
Business of the Week— Clarion Choice
Ambassador’s Club Meeting, Broad Street Deli & Market, 8:30 a.m.
Ribbon Cutting @ Memories in stitches,
126 W. Broad Street, 11:00 a.m.
Business of the Week— Absolute Contracting Service, Inc.
Board of Directors Meeting, DeBorah’s Restaurant, 12:00 noon
Business of the Week— Don G. Wellons Properties, Inc.
Merry Christmas!!!
[Chamber Office will be closed Wednesday-Friday]
Business of the Week— Jeffrey's Florist Ltd.
Happy New Year - 2015!!!
Harnett County Board of Commissioners, Lillington
Christmas at Campbell
Harnett County Board of Education, Lillington
Raleigh Ringer, Community Concert
Freshman Academy Report Card Conferences
Entrepreneurs Meet-Up
Dunn City Council meeting, City Hall, 7:00 p.m.
HASA Party with The Magnificents Band
Harnett County Board of Commissioners, Lillington
Third Thursday Dinner at the Deli
Dunn School of Music Fall Recital #1
Dunn School of Music Fall Recital #2
“Kids’ Night Out” - “The Polar Express”, HRT
Harnett County Schools Vacation—Through Jan. 2
Merry Christmas!
Happy New Year—2015!!
For more details and other community events,
visit our Events Calendar at
Coming in January
2015 Annual Banquet
Presented by Select Bank & Trust
Thursday, January 29, 2015
6:00 p.m.
Dunn Shrine Center
The Dunn Area Chamber of
Commerce thanks you for
your support in 2014!
We look forward to your
continued involvement.
If you would like to promote
your business to prospective
employees of a new business
locating to Dunn, please bring
50 items to the Chamber office
by Tuesday, December 23rd.
Presented by Jernigan’s Nursery & Trading Post
Platinum Star
Buddy’s Jewelry
Carolina Therapy Services, Inc.
Dunn Area Tourism Authority
First Citizens Bank
Gray Metal South
Select Bank & Trust
Rainbow Pediatrics of Dunn
Golden Angel
Bleecker Chevrolet
Lee Furniture Outlet
Silver Bells
South River Electric Membership Corporation
DTH Management Group, Ltd.
Southeastern Transformer Company
First Federal Bank
Thomas Drug Store
Godwin Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Jeffrey’s Florist Ltd.
Twyford Printing Company, Inc.
LBM Inc.
Machine & Welding Supply Company
Warren Eye Care
Oasis Eye Care
Danny B. West PLLC CPA
Sherry’s Bakery
White Christmas
Archie’s Appliance, Parts & Service
Brent Adams & Associates
Carolina Fire Protection Inc.
Curves of Dunn
The Daily Record
Dorman Cadillac-GMC Truck Inc.
Dunn-Benson Ford
The Hair Republic
Hampton Inn
Keepsake Video Productions by Jessica Jackson
Kelly’s Antiques & Refinishing
Lauren Ashley Salon & Day Spa
Lee Pest Solutions LLC
Lillington Furniture & Mattress
Park Lane Jewelry
PJ’s Truck Bodies & Equipment, Inc.
RET House Interiors
Sonage Salon & Day Spa
Kathryn Johnston Tart PLLC
Tactical & Outdoor Wear
Gina Warren Photography
Wellons Realty, Inc.
Other Contributors
Buffaloe Lanes Erwin
Campbell University
Carlie C’s IGA
Carolina Backyard Living Center
Carolina Skate Land
Carr Hardware
Carolina Sounds Entertainment
Carolina Therapy Services, Inc.
Chicora Golf Club
Dunn Equipment and Party Rental
Duplin Winery
Durham Bulls
Elite Gym
Fit 4 Life Health Club
Pat Fitzgerald
frox on broad
Alton R. Gower, Jr. CPA, P.A.
H2A CrossFit
Happy Heart Productions
Harnett Regional Theatre
Kim Hinson
Holiday Inn Asheville—Biltmore West
Jordan’s Jewelry Store Inc.
Keith Hills Golf Course
Lanky’s Outdoor Power Equipment & Bicycle Shop
Memories in Stitches
My Best Friends Closet
Nationwide Insurance—Rob Jones Agency
Perry Brothers Tire Service, Inc.
Quality Equipment LLC
Sage and Twine
Sunrise Antiques & Imports
Tammy’s Boutique
Tractor Supply Company
Two Broke Mamas
Arlene Strickland
University of North Carolina
Warren Industrial & Agricultural Supply
Terry Whittenton & Kathy Gower
A.C. and Cathy Williams
Taste of Dunn Contributors
Arthur’s Pizzeria
The Barrington House Bed & Breakfast
Bojangles Chicken N’ Biscuits
Brass Lantern Steak House
Broad Street Deli & Market
Buffaloe Lanes
Carlie C’s IGA
Domino’s Pizza
Fred Chason’s Grandsons Buffet
Fuzzy Peach
Guacamole Latin Grill
Heath’s Steak House
Hot Dog & Hamburger Haven
Jim’s Seafood
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Little Caesar’s Pizza
McDonald’s - W. Cumberland
MiCasita Mexican Restaurants
Pizza Inn
Sagebrush Steakhouse
Sherry’s Bakery
Steak Escape Sandwich Grill
Sweet Frog Premium Frozen Yogurt
Tart’s Strawberry & Produce Farm
Western Sizzlin’ Steak & More
White Swan Chicken and BBQ
Yamato Japanese House of Steak & Seafood
And more!
That’s what the Chamber Champions Program is all about!
Your Business Reaping Additional Rewards beyond Sponsorships is as easy as
making your commitment now!
$3,500 in Sponsorships—Gets You $5,500+ Value in Sponsorships and Advertising
$3,000 in Sponsorships—Gets $4,700+ Value in Sponsorships and Advertising
$2,500 in Sponsorships—Gets $3,850+ Value in Sponsorships and Advertising
$2,000 in Sponsorships—Gets $3,000+ Value in Sponsorships and Advertising
$1,500 in Sponsorships—Gets $2,100 Value in Sponsorships and Advertising
$1000 equals $1,300 in Value and $750 equals $900 in value
Who says it doesn’t pay to support the Dunn Chamber and its Programs?
Call Tammy Williams at (910) 892-4113 to get the details and work out the
Sponsorships and Rewards to Reap the Best Benefit for your Business!
Make your 2015 Sponsorship Commitments by December 31, 2014
and Reap the Advertising Rewards!
2015 Committee Involvement Information
The Chamber needs volunteers to achieve our many accomplishments. Last year, we had more
than 200 volunteers help us reach our goals. As we begin planning for the upcoming year, we
invite you to consider active involvement in one or more of the many committees it takes to make
the year a success. Please consider signing up for an area that interests you.
Help us make a difference in our city, community, and county. By your involvement, you are not
only helping the Chamber and our Community, you will benefit your business through the
valuable contacts you make.
Please review the descriptions and time commitments of each committee on the other side. We
have tried to estimate the time and commitment needed for each committee.
Name _______________________________________________________________________
Business _____________________________________________________________________
Email Address _______________________________________________________________
Telephone ________________________________ Cell ______________________________
I commit my time and energy to help the Chamber on the following committee(s):
Signed: _________________________________________________________
Mail or Fax to:
Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 548, Dunn NC 28335
Fax – (910) 892-4071 Telephone: (910) 892-4113
Email: [email protected]
Christmas Gala and Auction – Terry Whittenton, 2015 President Elect
Coordinate and Plan annual November event. Need Lots of Christmas Lovers! Approximately
5 – one hour meetings plus Promotion, Set Up and Attendance.
Membership & Organizational Development – Gina Warren, 2015 Vice President
2016 Annual Banquet – Secures Sponsorships, Plans and Coordinates the annual meeting of
the Dunn Chamber membership. 1 to 3 one-hour meetings and Set up and Hosting night of
Ambassadors Club - Visits members, attends Ribbon Cuttings and other chamber functions
throughout the year. Act as the Goodwill arm of the Chamber. 8 to 10 Monthly fun meetings–
10 to 20 Ribbon Cuttings – 2 to 10 hours total for other special activities and events
Business Fest 2015 Committee - coordinates Plans and Promotes the annual business expo. 2
to 4 one-hour meetings and Set Up the day before and assistance the day of event
Community Development – Kathy Pope, 2015 Vice President
Beautification and Image – Work to enhance image and appearance of Dunn – Present
Beautification Awards throughout the year. Approximately 8 to 10 one-hour meetings and 2
to 4 hours annually on special projects
Boogie on Broad – Secure Sponsorships, Plan and Coordinate two events for 2015. 3 to 5
one-hour meetings and 2-4 hours to assist with special assignments
Business Promotions Advisory – Review Chamber promotions available for Membership,
recommend needed changes. 1 to 2-1.5 hour meetings annually
Spring Golf Tournament – Plan, coordinate, and secure sponsorships for event – 2 to 4
one-hour meetings and 1 to 6 hours to assist on the day of the tournament
Education Development – Meredith Bradham – 2015 Vice President
Education Committee – Partner with Dunn Schools and Harnett County School System to
address testing and other issues associated with the Dunn area schools. Monitor Tutor and
Workforce activities of the Chamber’s Education Division. 4 to 6 one-hour meetings and 2 to 4
hours special projects
Public and Governmental Affairs – Russell Galvan, 2015 Vice President
Governmental Affairs – Monitor issues relevant to the membership of the Chamber; develop
chamber policy on issues when needed, coordinate and host transportation and other needed
receptions and/or luncheons for needed partnerships, coordinate and host Candidates Forum,
Plan information meetings throughout the year to keep the membership informed on issues of
importance. 4 to 6 one-hour monthly meetings and 2-10 hours annually for special activities,
meetings and projects
Young Professionals Network –Coordinate and Promote successful Business Leaders Forum,
Speaker/Social and other events. 2 to 4 one-hour meetings and 2-6 hours for special events
2015 Annual Banquet Sponsorship
Sponsors are needed for the Annual Membership Meeting set for Thursday, January 29, 2015.
Please consider your support at one of the following levels:
Official Sponsor or Platinum Level Sponsor (limited to one) - $1500
VIP Seating, 10 complimentary tickets to the banquet, Recognition “using logo” as Official Sponsor
in the program, invitation and during the banquet, and in the January and February newsletters.
Gold - $450
Special Reserved Seating, 6 complimentary tickets to the banquet, Recognition in the program and
during the banquet, and in the January and February newsletters.
Silver - $300
Special Reserved Seating, 4 complimentary tickets to the banquet, Recognition in the program and
during the banquet, and in the January and February newsletters.
Bronze - $150
Special Reserved Seating, 2 complimentary tickets to the banquet, Recognition in the program and
during the banquet, and in the January and February newsletters.
Your sponsorship level will determine the size and placement of your business name in the program
and newsletters. Special Note: Tickets are $25 per person.
Awards Sponsors are limited to one each and good for one complimentary ticket.
Man of the Year - $150
Woman of the Year - $150
Small Business of the Year - $200
Ambassador of the Year - $100
Past President’s Award - $200
Presidents Club Awards - $200
Business of the Year (Mid to Large) - $200
Beautification of the Year - $100
Name of Business: __________________________________________________________________
(Print Business Name exactly as you want it to appear on the program and in the Newsletter)
Contact Person: ____________________________________________________________________
Telephone: ___________________________________________
Sponsorship Level: ____________________________
Total # of Tickets Needed:__________
Award Sponsorship: ________________________________________________________________
Total Sponsorship: $_______________________
Please mail check with form to:
DACC, PO Box 548, Dunn NC 28335
If you need an invoice, Fax form to 910-892-4071
Let us know if you need to be invoiced in 2014
Promote Your Business
in the 2015 Chamber
Call Tammy or Heather at the Chamber
today for more information and to
reserve your space - (910) 892-4113
Caring, Treating, Strengthening...The Ones You Love
111 S. Railroad Avenue, Dunn, North Carolina
Phone: (910)892-0027
Fax: (910) 892-0029
1120 W Broad Street
Dunn NC
590 E Jackson Blvd
Erwin, NC 28339
(910) 892-0445
local first
Congratulations to our Ambassador of
the Month—Katie Neal
Katie has served as the
Administrative Assistant for Carolina
Therapy Services Corporate Office in
Occupational, Speech, and Physical
Therapy in rehab and skilled nursing
facilities all over North Carolina. She assisted with the 6th
Annual Kellie’s Krew 5k Run in 2014.
Katie is also a member of the Wayne Avenue
Elementary PTO, and is a very active member at Glad
Tidings Church. She was a part of the All America City
Delegation in 2013. In her free time, Katie enjoys spending
time with her husband Anthony Neal, manager of Erwin
Tire and Auto, and her 2 girls, Alex and Emma.
Gene Tart Jernigan, of Bemco Sleep Products, past
Masonic Grand Master, was awarded the Montfort Award
at the 227th annual Communication. This award is the
highest honor given from the Grand Lodge of North
Carolina to recognize distinguished service or
The Carolina Beach Music Awards recognized Keith
Houston of the Band of Oz and Oz Music, for his
contributions to the music industry. He was selected as
Engineer of the Year for his work on the CD “ Beach Music
Treasures” and Producer of the Year for his work on the
CD “Second Time Around”. Mr. Houston was also
awarded the Michael Branch Award at the Industry
Awards. Which is given to a person or company who has
made a significant contribution to promote and preserve
the Carolina Beach Music industry.
If you have Member News – Email to
[email protected] or fax to 910-892-4071.
The Dunn Christmas Tree Lighting will be held on
Thursday, December 4 at 6 p.m. at the intersection of
Broad and Wilson. This event will feature performances by
the Harnett Primary School Chorus directed by Susan
Busch, the Wayne Avenue School
Chorus directed by Christy Wilson
and the Dunn Middle School Chorus
directed by Kristen Anderson. Dal
Snipes, President of the Dunn
Downtown Development Corporation
will serve as the Master of
Ceremonies with special remarks and
lighting of the tree by Mayor Oscar
Harris. Don’t miss Santa Claus who
will arrive at the end of the program!
The Dunn Christmas Parade is set for Saturday,
December 6 at 2:00 p.m. This year’s Grand Marshall will
be “Dunn Salutes our WWII Veterans” in honor of the
men and women who served. This year’s Honorary
Marshall is Former Dunn Police Chief, B. P. Jones. The
Triton JROTC Color Guard and Battalion will lead the
parade. Four High School Bands, the Animated Animals,
Dunn Clowns and other Sudan units make up this year’s
lineup as well as dance groups, beauty queens, floats,
show cars and much more. Of course, Santa Claus will
be here to finish the parade!
Volunteers Needed for
Freshmen Academy
Report Card Conferences
December 9 - March 19 - May 12
Blocks of time from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
To volunteer, contact Catherine C. Jones
at [email protected]
12:00 – 6:00
10:00 – 5:00
10:00 – 6:00
10:00 – 1:00
11:00 – 6:00
11:00 – 6:00
10:00 – 7:00
10:00 – 8:00
10:00 – 8:00
10:00 – 8:00
10:00 – 8:00
10:00 – 8:00
10:00 – 8:00
9:00 – 2:00
All times are subject to change due to Santa checking
on the Elves and feeding his Reindeer! For more
information, call Elmore Furniture at 910-892-6011.
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We know you’re busy, but…
Wouldn’t you like to see that well deserving friend receive a
very special honor at the 2015 Annual Banquet? Of course
you would! Nominations are now being accepted for Man
and Woman of the Year, Small Business of the Year and
Business of the Year. Applications are available online at under About Us on the Forms &
Registration page. All nominations must be received by
Jan. 4, 2014
Fit 4 Life Health Club welcomed a great crowd into their
facility for a Ribbon Cutting on November 18. VP of
Public/Governmental Affairs Russell Galvan welcomed
everyone, followed by remarks from Councilman Billy
Barfield on behalf of the City of Dunn. Andric Corbett,
General Manager for Dunn, invited everyone to try out Fit
4 Life, noting that they offer something for everyone from
yoga, to Zumba, to Boot Camp to the Silver Sneakers
program for folks over 65 years of age. The health club is
located at 101 Regency Rd, Dunn, just behind Zaxby’s.
Pictured: Councilman Billy Barfield; Rebecca Gipson;
Andric Corbett; Margaret McNeil, Zumba Instructor; Sheri
Borg, Manager at Fit 4 Life Coats; Susan Allen, Assistant
Manager Dunn; Toni Callahan, Boot Camp Instructor;
Steven Neuschafer, Assistant City Manager; and Russell
Applications for the 2015 Leadership Harnett class will be
available soon. If you are interested in applying for the
program, please e-mail your information to Matthew Willis
at [email protected] The application process will run
through Jan. 31, 2015. For more information visit
Carolina Home Care, LLC—offers in home personal
medical care for adults, children, and seniors. Located
at 102B West Broad Street. Or by phone at (910) 9809812.
The cold didn’t keep many from attending the November
21 Ribbon Cutting at Goodfellas Sight and Sound LLC.
Immediate Past President Trent Carpenter presided over
the event, welcoming the businesses new owners to the
Chamber. Assistant City Manager, Steven Neuschafer,
reiterated the welcome to them, as well as to Dunn, and
for already being a great asset to the City. Cameron
Brinkman, owner, thanked the attendees for stopping in
and asked that everyone tell someone they know about
Goodfellas and the services they offer. Manager Ryan
Scally noted they offer window tinting, audio and visual
equipment installs, as well as auto start and remote start
repairs and installations.
Pictured: Goodfellas staff and owner Cameron Brinkman,
Councilman Billy Barfield, Steven Neuschafer, and Trent
Sagebrush Steakhouse—casual style restaurant
offering steak, chicken, seafood, ribs and BBQ
Two private party rooms with seating for 40 to 45
people. Located at 1006 E Cumberland St. Or call
them at (910) 892-7744.
HRT will host their annual "Kids'
Night Out" showing of "THE
19th at 6:30pm! Pajamas are
suggested! Don't miss the train!
There will be hot chocolate and
cookies waiting for you!
Snipes Insurance Service, Inc.
105 North Wilson Avenue
P.O. Box 1165, Dunn, NC 28335
910 / 892-2121 Fax: 910 / 892-5228
Nothing But Insurance
Since 1952
Property & Casualty • Life & Health
1801 W. Cumberland St.
Dunn, NC, 2833
(910) 892-4929
103 E Cumberland St
PO Box 310
Dunn, NC 28335
Phone 910-892-3282
Fax 910-892-5735
121 N Wilson Ave.
Dunn, NC 28334
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[email protected]
On the Sweetest Smelling Corner in Dunn NC
122 North Wilson Avenue
Jordan Office Building
102 S. Wilson Ave.
Dunn, NC 28334
(910) 892-0900
Dr. David L. Bradham
Phone: 910-892-1119
407-K E Jackson Blvd, Erwin, NC
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