Military veterans and their spouses can look for jobs from Thursday at the RecruitMilitary career fair.
The free event is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Speedway Club at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord. More than 300 job-seekers with military backgrounds are expected to attend.
Attendees will be able to interview with national, regional and local employers, including Bank of America, Wachovia Corp., CPI Security Systems, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office and the S.C. Department of Corrections.
RecruitMilitary, based in Cincinnati, connects employers with job-seekers with military backgrounds. It is holding the career fair in cooperation with the American Legion, HireVetsFirst, a unit of the U.S. Labor Department, and the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network. Kirsten Valle
Rosedale at Lake Norman Village, an 11,649-square-foot medical and office building on Hickorywood Hill Avenue near Interstate 77 in Huntersville, has changed hands for just over $2.27 million.
A Cornelius-based private investor bought it from a Denver, N.C., investor, according to Robert Podewils of Sperry Van Ness Lighthouse Commercial Realty.
He represented the seller, and his colleagues at the firm, Jeff Mullis and Eddie Blanton, represented the buyer.
The building, constructed in 2004, is fully occupied. Doug Smith