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Change is the name of the game for Mooresville

Change is good. Spring is a time for change. With spring comes a change in the weather, a change for the good — usually. Our downtown landscape has changed with the addition of a new park. This will be the first spring and summer with our new park downtown, and there...

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‘People of Mooresville’ represent community

Many of you have heard of the People of Walmart website. Filled with people wearing Halloween costumes in the middle of July, or the farmer who happens to also be wearing stilettos at three o’clock in the morning, the website has it all. These quick captures display...

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Investing in our chamber members

Several Mooresville Chamber of Commerce members took advantage of a new training opportunity to strengthen their own skills and their business plans. Dr. Al Long presented Strategic Planning 101 last week as part of a leadership workshop series co-sponsored by the...

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Chamber to host leadership series

There has never been a better time to be a member of the Mooresville Chamber of Commerce. Our January monthly luncheon at the Eagles on Samuel Moore Parkway was nearly standing room only. Thank you to the membership and staff at the Eagles for having such a great...

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Mooresville chamber welcomes news members in new year

The Mooresville Chamber of Commerce is off to a fast start in 2018. In our last article, Susan Haynes, our president, introduced herself while laying out the rich body of tradition and experience, we as a leadership team — and the chamber as a whole — have at our...

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Looking forward to 2018

A new year has begun for the Mooresville Chamber of Commerce — its 67th, but my first sitting in the president’s chair. As a student of history, I believe in looking at the past to prepare for the future. I’ve been talking with current and past board members as well...

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Chamber adds 26 members in 2017

The Mooresville Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce we welcomed 26 new members in 2017. New members, listed from January to December: Morgan County Commissioner Ryan Goodwin, Madison Township Trustee, attorney Beth Sullivan-Summers, Morgan County Coalition for...

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New Website Features

The look and feel of our website has been updated to improve mobile friendliness and overall ease of use. We’ve added a Members Only section, improved the information we provide to local residents and added other new features.

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