Fayetteville Local Business
Local business in Fayetteville, NC
Thursday Aug 27 | via Plastics News
Shaw Industries Group Inc. sources its recycled plastic from Clear Path Recycling, a joint venture between Shaw and DAK Americas LLC. Shaw Industries Group Inc. plans to spend tens of millions of dollars at a South Carolina carpet fiber plant to increase the use of fiber from recycled plastics. The world's largest carpet maker, based in Dalton, Ga., is planning new polyester extrusion operations that will include the use of recycled PET beverage containers. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 26 | via PRWeb
Shaw Industries Group, Inc. has announced it is investing at least $45 million in its Lexington County, S.C. carpet fiber plant for additional capacity for both nylon and polyester production. The investment will create more than 50 new jobs. Comment?
Monday Aug 24 | via Market Wire
The Fayetteville, North Carolina community knows Blanton's Heating & Air as the area's go-to for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning installation and repair since 1951, but their commitment to service often goes above and beyond; they Answer the Call. In the month of July 2015, Blanton's honored Unchain Cumberland County. Comment?
Saturday Aug 22 | via The Inter-Mountain
As a young girl growing up in Oak Hill, Alison Ibarra spent a great deal of time at White Oak Lanes, the popular bowling alley just three blocks from her home. Comment?
Saturday Aug 22 | via Townhall
USA Today 's Freedom of Information Act request to determine just how poorly staffed our country's Veterans Affairs centers are, was answered in June. Their findings turned up more " no vacancy " signs than expected. Comment?
Saturday Aug 22 | via Washington Times
As a young girl growing up in Oak Hill, Alison Ibarra spent a great deal of time at White Oak Lanes, the popular bowling alley just three blocks from her home. When she got to high school, Ibarra, an avid golfer, split her time working at the bowling alley and the nearby country club. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via The Austin Chronicle
J Cole remains an unlikely superstar given his low-key origins and "gee, gosh" demeanor - the antithesis of an MC destined for acclaim. Comment?
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