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ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Cultivating sanctuary in downtown Asheville

Susan Newton, the Director of Sales at Hotel Indigo, answers a few questions about what it’s like to work at Hotel Indigo and the sense of sanctuary her team strives to provide for its guests.

ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: The Omni Grove Park Inn tackles food insecurity in WNC

The Omni Grove Park Inn is hard at work tackling the challenges of food insecurity in our region.

ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Before Hours Networking Breakfast to be held April 16

Green Opportunities will co-host a Before Hours Networking Breakfast (8am-9am at GO) for area business owners to come network and learn about GO's mission.

ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Third-generation business Carolina CAT shares its legacy

Caroline Marston shares the legacy of Carolina CAT, a construction equipment, power generation, and on-highway trucks company that was founded in 1926 and is a third-generation family owned business.

ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WomanUP presents Conquerors: Stories of Reaching for Success to be held March 28

What better way to be inspired than to hear personal stories of other women in business who've "been there" or dug deep inside themselves to find the strength, courage and perseverance needed to keep climbing, keep reaching, keep moving forward?

As Smithfield looks to settle lawsuits with North Carolina farm neighbors, China ties complicate the issue

Smithfield Foods continues to settle the many ongoing lawsuits between citizens of rural communities in North Carolina and its Murphy-Brown hog farm subsidiary, as more than $550 million in damages have been awarded across five federal nuisance cases, but its ties to China make the issues more complex.

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