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The UPS Store at 401 Hawthorne Lane in Charlotte is the franchise's first store in North Carolina to offer 3-D printing to customers.
The more-than-100-year-old Sylvia Theater in downtown York reached out for community support as it returns to its movie theater roots with 21st-century technology.
TCBY franchise owner Sam Batt, who owns 16 locations in the Charlotte market, says his 17th spot is underway. Construction begins this month on a new store at the Shops at RiverGate in Steele Creek.
Cash Mob Charlotte and Rely On Local Business to hit local merchants at First Friday Waxhaw.
We catch up with some Charlotte-area small-business owners making news recently:
Charlotte native Whitney Caudle had quite the debut last week at the AmericasMart home furnishings and gifts showcase in Atlanta.
Jamie Lawrence recently earned the use of a new BMW320i as a result of her achievements in her Mary Kay business.
David Campbell, CEO of Charlotte-based Boxman Studios, has been named to the 2014 list of the most innovative people and brands in events by BizBash, the leading trade media for event professionals.
Jessica Anderson Cook of Cake Couture invested nearly 40 hours of mixing, making and baking to create the 300-serving cake celebrating the announcement that tire-maker Giti is building a manufacturing plant in Chester County.
SouthPark Eats Alternative – billed as the largest gathering of food trucks in the area – continues Wednesday at 11 a.m. with an eight-truck lineup in the Fairview Plaza parking lot.