News & Updates
137 South Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, NC 27203
336-626-2626 | chamber@asheboro.com
See urgent action request in ADVOCACY below!
April 19, 2021
Join us in thanking the following Members
for their recent renewal. By supporting the Chamber of Commerce, you are helping
make Asheboro and Randolph County a
great place to live, work, and do business!
10 Federal Storage
1st Carolina Construction Services
ABWA-Mid Day Professionals Chapter
AEC Narrow Fabrics
AIM Integrated Solutions
Ainsworth Systems
Amick's Superstore
Arlington Apartments
Asheboro Alarm & Electric Company
Asheboro Key & Lock
Asheboro Oral Surgery
Bell & Browne, P.A.
Benjamin James Properties, LLC
Bethesda Family Ministries
Brady, Phillip H. - CPA
Brown Insurance Group
Burroughs Plumbing, Inc.
Carter's Family Pharmacy
Cliff Maness Construction Company, Inc.
Complete Cleaning Co.
Crystal King Pottery
Dal K. Rich & Son, Inc.
DHHS-Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
DS Smith Packaging Asheboro
Dunlap Construction & Utilities LLC
East Coast Lumber
FirstHealth of the Carolinas
Gallimore, Brian - RE/MAX Central Realty
Gallimore, SarahBeth - RE/MAX Central Realty
Holly Bluff Family Campground
Hull Property Group
Industrial Wood Products
J and B Accounting Services Inc.
Jimmy John's
Just-Kris Distributing Inc. / Kristin Transport Inc.
Kenny Seabolt Home Improvements
Landmark Properties / Asheboro Mill Lofts
Linbrook Heritage Estate
Manor House Graphics, Inc.
Markham Properties
McLeod Insurance Agency
MERCE Family Healthcare
Meredith, Jim
Metals USA-Flat Rolled-Randleman
Mike Cox Insurance Service
Mount Shepherd Retreat Center
North Carolina Pottery Center
Pemmco Manufacturing
Petty Museum/Petty Enterprises Historical Site
Petty's Garage
Piedmont Staffing Solutions
ProNet Information Systems, Inc.
Randolph Building Supply
Randolph County Democratic Party
Randolph County Emergency Services
Randolph County Farm Bureau
Randolph Packing Company
Randolph Senior Adults Association Inc.
Randolph Youth Theater Company
Raymond James Financial Services
Ridge Funeral Home & Cremation Service
Roberts & Sons, Appraisers
Rocca's Bakery & Confections, LLC
Sapona Plastics, LLC
Schwarz Properties, LLC
Seagrove Stoneware Pottery
Smith, David
Staples #0631
State Employees' Credit Union
State Employees' Credit Union
Stonetree Signs
Timken Company, The
Units Moving & Portable Storage
Village Printing
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Waste Industries
William R. Huneycutt, CPA, PLLC
Help Us Build A Member Photo Gallery &
Podcast Roster
We are building a photo gallery of our Members to use on our website, in social media, and other publications. We are also collecting a roster of Members that host Podcasts or produce VLOGS in support of their business. In order to help further promote our Members, we ask you to:

  • Send us a picture from your business - it can include people, and ideally, your business name or logo. It can be a staged photo, or a candid one - what ever you like!
  • Send us the link to your Podcast or VLOG.
Those of you that attended our Annual Retreat in 2019 will remember Keynote Speaker, Natalie English (President & CEO of the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce). Natalie is leading a coalition of Chambers across the state (of which the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber is part) that are joined together advocating for the deductibility of Payroll Protection Plan paid expenses on North Carolina's tax returns. If you are not aware of this issue, the federal government is utilizing the tax code to provide additional stimulus to employers by making forgiven PPP loan proceeds tax deductible AND allowing businesses to deduct the expenses paid for by the loans as regular business expenses.

However, North Carolina has "decoupled" from this policy and will not be allowing these deductions. We are the only southeastern state to decouple and tax small businesses in this way.

HB334 will bring North Carolina in line with the federal government and our southeastern neighbors. It passed the House on it's second reading.

If this bill is not supported, North Carolina's small businesses will be penalized disproportionately to our neighboring states (South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi). We encourage you to communicate your support of HB334 to our Senator Dave Craven (see contact info below).
Interested in contacting our North Carolina elected representatives?
You can reach them here: