November 3, 2019
A Moment with Mike
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Welcome New Member
23 Cedar Drive
Smithfield, NC

(984) 235-8874
Have YOU Posted Your Picture For A Chance to Win?
Don't forget to read your Flourish This Fall packet that you received in the mail! You'll find your brand new Triangle East Chamber Member plaque decal and door sticker inside! Once you apply your new member decal, the fun really begins. Take a selfie with the plaque...just like Oak City Collective, Cindy Brookshire, and Handy Andy Carpets! Post your picture on facebook or instagram (tag us!) or email it over for your chance to win a prize! The MOST creative selfie will win a highlight at our 2020 annual meeting.  🤳  For instructions on how to apply your new decal, watch our video...and just call us if you have any questions. A special thanks to the  Ava Gardner Museum  for being the stars of this special edition of A Moment with Mike!
Celebrating the ATHENA Leadership Award
On October 29th, 2019, the Triangle East Chamber of Commerce held the 2019 ATHENA International Leadership Award banquet. The ATHENA Award honors women who exemplify excellence in their profession, give back to their communities, and encourage others in leadership. Fifteen dynamic women from all over the Triangle East region were nominated for this prestigious award. Kay Johnson, Executive Director of Harbor Shelter in Smithfield, NC, was named as this year's winner. Please visit our  Facebook page  to learn more about how each of our nominees have impacted their communities. Watch the video below to see the presentation of this year's ATHENA award to Kay Johnson.
Get to Know Christa Phillips
We are so pleased to share that the Chamber's staff is growing! We would like to introduce Christa Phillips, our new Administrative Assistant. Born and raised in Johnston County, Christa comes to the Chamber from a background in paralegal work. Christa enjoys greeting and meeting new faces each day. She loves the feeling of unity among the towns’ businesses that the Chamber inspire. Outside of work, her time is spent with her husband and son. We are so thrilled to have her on our team!
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Hosted By The Town of Selma

Thurs., Nov. 7th at 8:00 AM
Selma Historic Union Depot 
500 East Railroad Street
Selma, NC 27576
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Member Benefit
Showcase Your Company This Christmas!
We are opening up our Chamber offices in the Yelvington-Lee House as an opportunity for you to showcase your company and your seasonal decor! Choose a room to decorate and we will highlight your finished product through social media, this newsletter, and to all those who visit or utilize the Yelvington-Lee House for meetings and gatherings this holiday season. Contact us at 919-934-9166 for more details!
Workforce Readiness
Rudy Theatre Seeks Seasonal Employees
The Rudy Theatre is seeking employees for the November and December season. Applicants will need to be able to work weekdays, weekends, and some nights. Qualifications include customer service skills, including the ability to be polite and courteous.
Duties will include h elping in concessions (serving drinks, popcorn), handing out tickets, helping people to their seats, and a variety of jobs as needed.
Contact Nancy Whitfield @919-202-3410 for more details or to apply.

Find out more about the Rudy Theatre HERE.
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