Holly Springs Local Business
Local business in Holly Springs, NC
17 hrs ago | via PR.com
Royal Oaks Homes, LLC, an award-winning residential new homebuilder, has been ranked 10th among the Triangle region's 50 fastest-growing companies on Triangle Business Journal's 2014 Fast 50 Awards list. Each year, Triangle Business Journal recognizes local companies that have exhibited outstanding entrepreneurial excellence and sustained growth, based on a survey evaluated by PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP. Comment?
Thursday Nov 20 | via Market Wire
A new exploratory study by the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science at the University of North Carolina commissioned on behalf of Ancestry.com, the world's largest online family history resource, has found correlation between engagement in family history research and participation and interest in various service, civic and public activities. Commissioned to determine if participating in family history research is related to one being more active in their local community, the study found respondents who were active in family history research were more likely to be engaged in their communities. Comment?
Friday Nov 14 | via PR Log
PRLog - Nov. 14, 2014 - HOLLY SPRINGS, N.C. -- - - Christy Beck, Senior VP/ Director of New Homes for Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services ) has announced Lynn Matheron has been named as the Builder Representative for John Wieland Homes at WoodCreek in Holly Springs. Matheron lives in Apex and received her MBA from Durham University in England. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 12 | via Optometric Management
UV and blue light-protecting lenses have been positioned as a boutique item; the numbers suggest we change this approach ALLAN BARKER, O.D., ROCKY MOUNT, N.C., AND GREG STOCKBRIDGE O.D., M.B.A., HOLLY SPRINGS, N.C. n terms of marketing, blue light-filtering lenses are often positioned as a boutique item for the doctor to recommend to only selected patients, for example, those at a high risk for AMD. However, now that research has demonstrated the harmful effects of blue-violet light between the wavelengths of 415nm and 455nm and ultra violet radiation, we take the position that all patients should be given the opportunity to benefit from these lenses. Comment?
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