LELAND, N.C. — The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce recently conducted an online citizen survey to obtain citizens’ input and feedback on issues that impact northern Brunswick County, including the state of the economy, the proposed port in Southport, residents’ shopping habits and the greatest challenges facing northern Brunswick County. A total of 237 people completed the survey.
LELAND, NC – The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce is conducting an online survey to obtain citizens’ input and feedback on the economy and a variety of other issues that impact northern Brunswick County. All responses will be kept anonymous. Anyone who lives, works or does business in northern Brunswick County is invited to take the survey, which can be accessed via the Chamber’s website at http://www.nbchamberofcommerce.com or by clicking here. The survey will be accessible through April 15.
LELAND, NC – The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual Business Showcase (formerly the Business Expo) from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010 at North Brunswick High School in Leland. The event is free to the public, and attendees may make a $2 donation to enter a cash drawing.