Charlotte Relocation Guide

VOL2 ISS2 2018

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — CHARLOTTE | VOLUME 2 — ISSUE 2 6 PUBLISHERS NOTE If you are thinking of moving to the Charlotte area, you would be moving to one of the most dynamic cities in the nation and the largest metro in North Carolina. If you already live in Charlotte, you know it to be a thriving city with many equally quality suburbs nearby. The great schools, strong values, and friendly environment here make for the perfect place for families, retirees, and those who are simply looking for a fresh start. It is exciting to see the ongoing growth in the Charlotte/Mecklenburg area with accompanying restaurants, nightlife, and thriving retail and corporate businesses. There are many entertainment venues for sports and the performing arts to enrich life in the area. Located in the southern part of the state and with easy access to I-85 and I-77, Charlotte is also within easy driving distance of Asheville, Atlanta, and the NC Coast for weekend get-aways to the ocean, mountains, and other city life. This commerce-rich area is one of the fastest growing regions in the state and nationally ranked as a great place to live. Large international corporations have established regional and national headquarters here bringing a strong economy, growth, and future development. This has also helped to foster cultural diversity and understanding in our communities, further enhancing our lives. The team at The Original Relocation Guide/Charlotte edition knows how important pertinent information on an area can be to relocating families. This magazine's detailed map and informative articles are sure to enhance your moving experience. The Relocation Guide Blue Pages, on pages 90-91, provides important phone numbers and contact information that you will need to get settled into your new home, whether you are new to the area, visiting or just making a cross-town move. We know you will find our magazine to be a helpful guide whether you are a visitor or if you are relocating here. Be sure to tell our advertisers where you found them and thank them for making it possible to bring you this publication. You can also follow us on Facebook where you can keep up with news and events in the Charlotte area or sign up on our website to receive free digital issues of the magazine. Wishing you all the best, Mark Boyd & Don Holland Executive Publishers EXECUTIVE PUBLISHERS Mark Boyd, Don Holland ASSOCIATE PUBLISHERS Chris Blanton, Dawn Field, Karen McDaniel, Steve Molnar ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATOR Kathy Odrezin CREATIVE DIRECTOR & MANAGING EDITOR Marty Tatum SALES MANAGER Katrina Fraley CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Drew Becker, Lynne Brandon, Brett Cornwright, Lindsey Grey, Laurel Hyatt, Stuart James, Alyssa Lafaro, Laura Redd, Shirley Starnes, Serena Stevens, Mellissa Treadaway, Vera Wilson CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Chad Austin, Cabarrus County CVB, Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority, Charrlottesgotalot.com, City of Davidson, City of Gastonia, GOGaston.org, Kyo H Nam, VisitCabarrus.com, VisitLakeNorman.org MARKETING REPRESENTATIVES Michael Cilfone, Leigh Davis, Jo Jenkins, Angela Mathis, Judy Rochman, Vikki Tabor, Kimberly Vaughan, VISIT OUR ADVERTISERS Link to our advertisers' websites by visiting www.RelocationGuide.biz For Advertising and Distribution Information Call 1-877-RELOMAG (735-6624) or 919-518-0755 Copyright 2018-2019 by DonMark Custom Publishing Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this magazine may be reproduced or transmitted in any from without written permission from DonMark Custom Publishing Inc. Every effort has been made to verify contents and information contained herein, however, DonMark Custom Publishing Inc. assumes no liability for accuracy or omissions. All real estate advertising in this publication is subject to the Fair Housing Act of 1968. 2435 Lynn Road Suite 106 Raleigh NC, 27612 Phone 919-518-0755, Fax 919-518-0766 www.relocationguide.biz. . Welcome to Charlotte

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