NAACP questions Brunswick County's la...

NAACP questions Brunswick County's lack of use of minority businesses

There are 1 comment on the story from Mar 15, 2011, titled NAACP questions Brunswick County's lack of use of minority businesses. In it, reports that:

Lyndon Frink of Synthetic Masters Co. specailizes in stucco, plaster and stonework like that seen on his residence in the Ash area.

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#1 Mar 15, 2011
Nothing wrong with using a minority business unless it's black.

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