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Tidings January.indd - Swansboro Area Chamber of Commerce
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The Monthly
Monthly Newsletter of
of the Swansboro
Swansboro Area Chamber
Chamber of Commerce
Commerce – Volume 16,
14, Number 35
The
The Monthly Newsletter
Newsletter of the
the Swansboro Area
Area Chamber of
of Commerce –– Volume
Volume 14, Number
Number 5
SACC President Ginger Robles, left, is
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Dave Fowler and Swansboro Mayor
Dave
Fowler and
Swansboro
Mayor
Scott Chadwick
during
at the chamberʼs
Scott
Chadwick
during
at the chamberʼs
general
membership
meeting.
general membership meeting.
year’s Business Expo. Now is the time to
sign up for the 2016 expo.
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2C–Tideland News, January 6, 2016, Swansboro, N.C.
Advertising Index
January 6 – The Executive
Board and Board of Directors
of the Swansboro Area Chamber of Commerce will meet at
8 a.m. at the Swansboro Plaza
Conference Center.
January 6 – The SACC
Military Affairs Committee
will meet at 5:30 p.m. at the
Swansboro Plaza Conference
Center.
January 13 – The SACC
general membership meeting at
the Icehouse Waterfront Restaurant begins at 8 a.m. Our guest
speaker will be will be Craig
Wagner, director for United
Way of Onslow County. The
cost is $10 per person and includes breakfast, tax and tip.
January 19 – Ribbon cuttings are planned with the busi-
nesses TBA
January 27 – Lunch and
Learn will be presented by
Marine Federal Credit Union,
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
February 4 – The Executive
Board and Board of Directors
of the Swansboro Area Chamber of Commerce will meet at
8 a.m. at the Swansboro Plaza
Conference Center.
February 4 – A new member reception will take place at
the Hampton Inn & Suites, 11
a.m.-noon.
February 4 – The SACC
Military Affairs Committee
will meet at 5:30 p.m. at the
Swansboro Plaza Conference
Center.
Expo on tap ...
(Continued from page 1C)
• One 8x8-foot booth.
• One 6-foot covered table
and two chairs.
• Two tickets to the VIP/Exhibitor Preview Party on Feb.
26..
• The business name listed in
official Expo program.
• The business name listed
in the Tideland News-produced
advertising insert promoting
Expo.
• Fifty business expo admission tickets.
A number of unique and benefit-rich sponsorships are available and are designed to give
participants even more exposure
and visibility before, during and
after the expo.
The chamber is once again
conducting the Expo Raffle.
Raffle tickets will be sold for
$10 with a limit of 400 tickets.
Total raffle proceeds will be
split 50-50 between the winner and the Swansboro Area
Chamber of Commerce to help
the chamber with its programs
of community enhancement and
business development.
For more information on
the exposition and how your
business can participate in this
excellent marketing opportunity, call the Swansboro Area
Chamber of Commerce at (910)
326-1174.
You can also visit our website at www.swansborochamber.
org to download an application
to participate.
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Getting you there
Itʼs a new year. What adventures will it bring? Where
will you travel throughout the
world? Will it be for business
… or pleasure … or both?
Wherever you plan to go in
2016, plan on the newly remodeled Albert J. Ellis Airport to
help get you there.
“Little details make a big
difference,” Albert J. Ellis Airport General Manager Chris
White is quick to point out.
“Our airport is close by. Our
airfares are competitive. And,
our smaller-sized airport is easy
to navigate.”
According to White, the
Albert J. Ellis Airport opened
on Valentinesʼ Day 1971. Since
then, the airport has expanded
six times (most recently in the
late-1980s) before the current
expansion, which began in
2013.
This $48 million Terminal
Area Redevelopment Program
has expanded passenger areas,
added space for additional
airlines and
concession areas ––––––––
and replaced the Spotlight
passenger termi- ––––––––
nal building with
a two-story, 67,000-square-foot
terminal, complete with passenger loading bridges. (No more
battling the elements on your
way to your plane!)
“The Albert J. Ellis Airport
is the ʻfront doorʼ to Onslow
County and our North Carolina
beaches,” White noted. “Actually, weʼre not just a county
airport, weʼre a regional airport.
Obviously, we have a large
number of military flying out of
our airport, but we also have a
high percentage of tourist travel, sometimes up to 50 percent.”
And Albert J. Ellis Airport
is self-sufficient, White emphasized. In other words, taxpayers are not left with the bills.
Most of the cost of this recent
expansion has been covered by
grants.
“This has been a huge infrastructure (improvement) with
very low costs, and we didnʼt
receive any local tax dollars,”
White explained. “That includes
the debt service. The airport
paid that back. We borrow the
money … we pay it back.”
So, as of 2012, the airport
supports 340 jobs. And the annual local impact of the airport
is $192 million per year. It also
generates $3.5 million in local
taxes per year.
“In other words, we put back
a lot more than we take,” White
summarized.
White encourages all air
travelers to remember Albert J.
Ellis as their first option when
planning a trip.
“Flying with us helps the
airport sustain itself and keeps
those 340 jobs for the locals,”
White said. “Itʼs important to
spend our dollars locally, and
that includes our airport. Buy
local, fly local. And itʼs more
convenient for the flyer. We
have lots of parking and 10-15
flights daily to Charlotte and At-
lanta.” Through these two airports, travelers are connected to
almost anywhere in the world.
Using another airport, such
as Raleigh, to save money often
doesnʼt add up to the savings a
traveler thinks he/she is getting,
according to White.
“You have to factor in the
travel time on the road to and
from the airport,” he said.
“Thatʼs 10 hours total of travel
time, plus the gas for your vehicle. Plus, depending on when
your flight leaves, you may
have to pay for a hotel room the
night before.”
And, by educating the public
to use the local airport, Albert J.
Ellis Airport will be more likely
to get direct flights as flight
travel increases.
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Christian Bookstore
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planning
325 White St.
Jacksonville
(910) 455-9077 • (800) 406-6776
Computer Repairs
and Services
Tuesday Prayer
Meetings
8-9 a.m.
Full line of Bibles, Christian Living
Books, Christian Fiction Books,
Music & Gifts
544 Cedar Point Blvd., Swansboro, NC
(252) 393-1139
Monday-Friday 9-6 • Saturday 9-5
The renovation also included
a new hangar building and an
executive terminal, which can
be used for corporate meetings,
flight schools and events. Facilities are also available for pilots
to rest between flights.
“This gives all the folks flying into our area a good first impression of our area,” he added.
Concessions are currently
available in the main terminal,
but White is looking for possible franchises to increase the
choices for travelers waiting for
flights.
Albert J. Ellis Airport is at
264 Albert J. Ellis Airport Road
in Richlands.
For more information, call
(910) 324-1100 or visit on
www.flyoaj.com.
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Jacksonville
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(800) 682-1515
Next to Taco Bell
910-325-7462
Hwy. 24
across from Mills & Thomas
(910) 326-6600
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m-6 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
4C–Tideland News, January 6, 2016, Swansboro, N.C.
Swansboro Area Chamber Members
24/7 Electric, Inc.
Linwood Hood
(252) 393-3600
Advanced Office Solutions, Inc.
Joe Bradshaw Jr.
(252) 393-1112
Aflac
Diane Holland
(910) 478-8319
Al Barnes Carpet
Jamie Wallace
(252) 393-3165
Albert J. Ellis Airport
Chris White
(910) 324-1100
All Pro Tire and Auto Service
Steve Huffman
(252) 764-2008
Allstate Roger Brown Agency
Tammy Fry
(910) 326-5383
American Dream Cakes
Gunilla Kroshus
(910) 346-2347 or (910) 526-6585
American Legion Post #78
Commander
(910) 340-7055
American Red Cross
Vicki LaBelle
(910) 347-3581
Anderson and Slack, P.A.
Wayne Anderson
(910) 326-3611
Atlantic Chiropractic and Rehab
Dr. Christina Saracina
(252) 764-9182
B&B Office Products
Aaron Beasley
(252) 393-6282
BB&T-Cedar Point
Nyra Hogeland
(252) 393-6789
BB&T-Emerald Isle
Nyra Hogeland
(252) 764-4010
Bake, Bottle & Brew
Jack and Debra Harnatkiewicz
(910) 325-7550
Bank of America
Gina Murphy
(910) 326-5138
Battlefield Tire Service
Tony Battle
(910) 326-4178
Ben & Jerryʼs Ice Cream of Emerald Isle
Eddie Barber
(252) 354-8448
Best Western Plus Silver Creek
Inn
Ella Ensign
(252) 393-9015
BlueTeamAssess, LLC
Mike Parsons
(336)403-9710
Bluewater Real Estate
Jordan Daniels
(877) 371-0803
Bobʼs Auto Center
Bob Mills/Bobby Mills
(910) 346-3776
Bogue House
Alex Gardner
(252) 393-3030
Joanie Bold
Individual
(910) 326-7708
BORO Café and Bakery
Randy and Nancy Swanson
(910) 325-0511
Jack Bright
Individual
(910) 330-0123
Paul Buchanan
Individual
(910) 238-4499
Buglisi Eye Care
Dr. Joe Buglisi
(910) 378-8131
Bullseye Advertising
Eddie Holland
(910) 389-3781
By The Sea – A Consignment
Boutique
Nancy D. Morton
(910) 326-4191
Carolinas Center for Surgery
Angela Clark
(910) 325-0211
Carolina East Internal Medicine
Debbie Zang
(252) 393-9007
Carolina Party, Inc.
Diane Delorier
(910) 326-6250
Carobell, Inc.
Vanessa Ervin
(910) 326-7600
Carolina Home & Garden
Brian Watson
(252) 393-9004
Carrols Corporation dba
Burger King Store #184
(910) 326-1615
Carteret Chiropractic and Family Wellness
Dr. Anthony R. Montero
(252) 764-0574
Carteret County Chamber of
Commerce
Mike Wagoner
(252) 726-6350
Carteret Health Care
Michelle Lee
(252) 808-6336
Carteret OB-GYN Associates, PA
Cindy Knox
(252) 247-1600
Carteret County Speedway
Bobby Watson
(252) 436-7223
Cedro De Azmar
Georges El-Asmar
(910) 326-7494
CenturyLink
Dacia LaBounty
(252) 378-8022
Century 21 Waterway Realty
Barry Matthews and Lana Carpenter
(910) 326-4152
Chalk & Gibbs Insurance
Bonney Boyette
(252) 393-1284
Chocklett Press
Tubby Kubik
(800) 533-4146
Church Street Inn, Deli and Pub
Marty Proctor
(910) 326-7572
Cirila Cothran Real Estate
Cirila Cothran
(910) 378-0659
Class Act Catering
Phyllis Manning
(910) 389-7498
Rep. George G. Cleveland
Individual
[email protected]
Coastal Bank & Trust
Keith Betts
(910) 577-3200
Coastal Carolina Community
College
Krystal Phillips
(910) 938-6234
Coastal Carolina Orthodontics
– Willis, Vanek, Ball, Fisher &
Richards, PA
Pam Smith
(910) 353-5234
Coastal Carolina Regional Airport
Tom Braaton
(252) 638-8591
Coastal Imaging & Vascular Associates, a division of Coastal
Radiology Associates, LLC
Cindy Comer
(910) 353-3759
Coastal Petals
Chris Kollar
(252) 764-2761
Commercial Roofing Systems
Rufus Murray and Sharon Jacobs
Murray
(910) 326-7800
Community Lumber and Supply
Diane Rush
(910) 326-5051
Copy Pro
Tracey Mitchem
(252) 414-0395
Country Aire Rental of
Swansboro
Criss Goodwin
(910) 326-8588
Crystal Coast Electrolysis
Natasha Robinson
(910) 545-3338
Crystal Coast Graphics, LLC
Chris Ulmer
(910) 219-7720
Crystal Coast Habitat for Humanity
Kris Durham
(252) 223-2111
Crystal Coast Hospice
Charlie Miller
(252) 808-2244
Crystal Coast Tent & Event
Rentals, LLC
Chris Kollar
(252) 764-2761
Culligan of Cape Carteret
Eric Leiblein
(252) 393-6907
Darden Insurance Agency
Beth Velthoven and Barbara
Darden
(910) 326-3041
Daveʼs Marine Services
David Freidrichs
(910) 325-1374
Dayngr Zone Media
Trish Forant
(252) 226-0885
Dream Makers Wedding Estates
RuthAnne Gosnell/Stephanie Watson
(252) 422-1481
Dudleyʼs Marina, Inc.
Sammi Hammonds
(252) 393-2204
Duke Energy Progress
Millie Chalk
(800) 452-2777
Dunkinʼ Donuts
Rick Holloway
(252) 764-0323
Edward Jones Investments/Cedar Point
Clayton Cottle
(252) 393-8028
Edward Jones Investments/
Swansboro
Alice Cundiff
(910) 326-8468
Emerald Coast Inc.
Junior Freeman
(910) 330-1650
Emerald Isle Business Association
Morgan Shipp Sanderson
(252) 646-8283
Emerald Isle Realty
Jason Voelpel
(252) 354-3315
Emerald Plantation Cinema
Susan Allen-Harker
(252) 354-7263
Emerald Isle Wine Market
Nancee Allen
(252) 354-Vino (8466)
Emerald Owl Productions Inc.
Michael and Rheta Meyer
(252) 764-7628
Escrow Consulting & Accounting
LLC
Dawn Cash-Salau
(252) 531-4241
Excel Learning Center
Pete Stokes
(910) 325-0124
Eye Care Center
Dr. Tina Siegel
(910) 326-3050
Fairway Outdoor Advertising
Angie Cooper
(910) 389-4008
Family Care Pharmacy of
Swansboro
Robert E. Fuller
(910) 326-6600
First Citizens Bank
Jo Barrow
(910) 326-2281
Food Lion
Jeff Williams
(910) 326-3534
Fox 8/14 Eastern NC
Dick Reingold
(252) 638-1212
Friends of the Hammocks and
Bear Island
Pam Pearson
(910) 326-4881
Frosted Cakery, LLC
Kimberely Turner
(910) 326- CAKE (2253)
Glory Bee
Kathy Zuccarelli
(910) 325-9099
Golfinʼ Dolphin
Connie Nolter
(252) 393-8131
Goose Creek RV Park Resort
Angela Burns
(252) 393-2628
Gray Dolphin Gifts, LLC
Janet Bennett
(910) 326-4444
Greater Topsail Area Chamber of
Commerce
Chuck Strickland
(910) 329-4446
Greenwater, Inc.-Managing Water Profitably
Joe Nance
(910) 326-1070
Col. Peter and Peg Grimes
(USMC Ret.)
Individual
(910) 326-6607
H&H Landscaping
Kasey Kellum
(910) 326-3977
H&R Block
Joanne Kopanski
(910) 326-1555
Hammocks Beach State Park
Sarah Kendrick
(910) 326-4881
Hampton Inn & Suites
Dixon Putnam and Linda Thornley
(910) 325-9000
Cecil and Annette Hargett
Individual
(910) 326-3627
Roy and Ann Herrick
Individual
(252) 903-1364
Terry Hogeland
Individual
(910) 330-7907
Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort
Tammy Collins
(252) 354-2250
Hurst Realty Company
Chuck Douglas
(910) 326-5784
Icehouse Waterfront Restaurant
Randy and Nancy Swanson
(910) 325-0501
In Touch Home Care
Wanda Temple
(252) 726-6780
Island Essentials
Gwen Hanford
(252) 354-8887
JS Enterprises of Swansboro,
LLC
Jim Stallings
(910) 326-6637
Jacksonville Dental Care
Emmett Jones
(910) 455-6977
Jacksonville/Onslow Chamber of
Commerce
Laurette Leagon
(910) 347-3141
Jacksonville-Onslow Economic
Development
Sheila Pierce Knight
(910) 347-3141
James W. Bean Jr. CPA
James Bean Jr.
(910) 326-3499
Jerri Builders, Inc.
Jerri Jo Miller
(252) 393-5217
David and Celia Jolly
Individual
(757) 509-1888
Jones Funeral Home
Bert Jones and Bart Jones
(910) 455-1281
Jones Onslow EMC
Steve Goodson
(910) 577-6348
Justice Realty
Vanessa Justice
(910) 325-7888
Karoline On The Spot
Karoline Keenan
(910) 325-7778
Kenneth N. Glover, Attorney and
Counselor at Law
Kenneth N. Glover
(910) 326-5557
David Knappenberger Counseling
David Knappenberger
(910) 382-1300
La Parrilla Taqueria
Alex Gorostieta
(910) 325-1131
Lady Swan/Swansboro Boat
Tours
Timothy M. Simpson
(910) 325-1200 and (910) 3890746
Las Fincas Mexican Restaurant
Ricardo Padilla
(910) 325-7861
Liberty Tax
Cindy Serbus
(910) 353-3880
Light House Boutique
Betty Murray
(910) 326-6482
Liz Honeycutt Advertising and
Marketing
Liz Honeycutt
(252) 393-7411
Longley Supply Company
Rhonda Hooks
(910) 455-3311
Lovelyʼs Boutique
Charlene Nichols
(910) 859-6949
Lowes Foods
John Golden
(252) 393-1602
Mac Daddyʼs
Connie Nolter
(252) 393-6565
Main St. Studios
Luis Robles
(910) 382-6411
Marine Chevrolet Cadillac
Michael Alford and Tommy Snowdon
(910) 455-2121
Marine Corps League –
Swansboro Detachment
Tim Manchester
(910) 546-3714
Marine Federal Credit Union
Sandy Drew
(910) 355-5645
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Swansboro Area Chamber Members
Rod and Patti Martin
Individual
(910) 326-2300
Mary Kay Independent Beauty
Consultant
Sherri Hitchock-Hutson
(910) 358-7782
Mary Kay Independent Beauty
Consultant
Celeste Hobgood-Prusaitis
(910) 381-3131
Mary Rawls Realty
Mary Rawls
(910) 326-5980
MCCS Camp Lejeune
Kim Oliver
(910) 451-5173
Mikeʼs Farm
Mike and Theresa Lowe
(910) 324-3422
Mills and Thomas Furniture
Pete Timmins
(910) 326-4694
Mirror Magazines
Joanne Hanley
(252) 717-3648
Molly Maid of the Crystal Coast
Beryl Packer
(252) 393-1058
Money Mailer of Coastal NC
Addie Humphrey
(252) 354-6717
Moore Orthopedics and Sports
Medicine
Megan Johnson
(252) 808-4440
Mrs. Vingerberʼs Sweets
Ed and Maria Harris
(910) 330-0167
Museum of the Marine
G.W. Ayers, PhD
(910) 326-5796
Nancy Lee Fishing Center
Lee Manning
(910) 326-4304
National Dodge VW Subaru
Robbie Yates
(910) 347-3777
National Marble Products
Tracy Mann
(910) 326-3005
NC Coastal Federation
Kathleen Callahan
(252) 393-8185
NC Farm Bureau Insurance
John Stanley and Eddie Holland
(910) 326-8701
NC State Employees Credit
Union
Amanda Beck
(910) 326-0120
News Channel 12 WCTI
Dick Reingold
(252) 638-1212
Omega World Travel
Jill Christie
(910) 455-9077
OneClick Cleaners #117
Larry and Karen Jenkins
855-98CLICK
Onslow County Partnership for
Children
Anna Hurst
(910) 938-0336
Onslow Memorial Hospital
Amy Sousa
(910) 577-4736
Onslow County Travel and Tourism
Director
(910) 347-3141
ONWASA
Teresa Zavala
(910) 937-7518
Papa Johnʼs Pizza
Bradley and Jessica Buckley
(910) 325-1775
Pass It On Consignment
Dana Hagenson and Rosemary
Minton
(910) 581-2312
Peak Performance Sports and
Physical Therapy
George Eggers
(252) 636-9800
Pinnacle Tax & Accounting Services, Inc.
Mandi Russell
(910) 326-4033
Platinum Corral/Golden Corral
Billy Sewell
(910) 347-3971, ext. 222
PNC Bank
Danae Wilson
(252) 393-3500
Port OʼSwannsborough
Hal Silver and Dave Pinsky
(910) 326-3128
Pure Indulgence Organic Day
Spa
Roxane Dunlap
(252) 622-9897
Quilt Cottage
Sandra Schulz
(910) 325-1125
Racing Realty
Roger Burns
(910) 389-7117
Realty World Swansboro Properties
David Pearson
(910) 326-2400
Ribeyeʼs Steakhouse
Henry Gurganus
(252) 393-2509
Riggs Pork Market
Tony Riggs
(910) 743-4526
Rotary Civic Center
David Nance
(910) 326-6175
RuckerJohns
Chris Johns
(252) 354-5700
Russellʼs Olde Tyme Shoppe
Maxine and Greg Russell
(910) 326-3790
S&H Feed and Garden Supply
Inc.
Michael Stanley
(910) 326-5690
S.C.O.R.E.
John Smith
(252) 222-6126
Salt Marsh Cottage
Leah Evans
(910) 708-1166
Saltwater Grill
Kim Pierce and Mike Egan
(910) 326-7300
Salty Air Open Market at Cedar
Point
Jeff Miller
(910) 545-0643
Samʼs Club
Renee Ulloa and Kenya Peoples
(910) 346-3267
Sanders Ford, Inc.
Frank Tusing
(910) 326-1801
Santoriniʼs Mediterranean Grille
Georgio Harvalias
(910) 708-1213/(910) 708-1422
Scentsy
RoseMarie “Roe” Fantini
(910) 915-3547
Fred and Cyndi Schachter
Individual
(910) 330-9570
Art and Diane Schools
Individual
(252) 354-2916
Seashore Lighting (Gallant Bennett, Inc.)
Crystal Gallant
(252) 393-7722
Seaside Arts Council
Angie Cooper and Debbie Peel
(910) 389-4008
Seaside Dentistry
Lisa Sparks
(252) 764-2784
Second Wind Kayaks
April Clark
(910) 325-3600
Secure Background Screeners,
LLC
Brian Poore
(910) 459-3013
SecurCare Self Storage
Betty Hopkins
(910) 326-3375
Sewell Insurance Agency, Inc.
Brandon Sewell
(910) 326-5754
SFI Group, Inc.
Scott Wheeler
(910) 327-3388
Mary Anne Sharpe
Individual
(910) 353-6697
Silver Line Jewelry, Art &
Unique Finds
Tom & Melissa Flynn
(910) 325-7229
Shorewood Real Estate
Shelly Daffron
(252) 354-7873
Robert and Anne Shuller
Individual
[email protected]
Sight Sound Media
Darryl Marsh
(910) 326-5430
Smith Custom Homes, Inc.
Todd Smith
(252) 723-3351
Sound Bank
Terri Ashby
(252) 393-8460
Sound Medical
John Rickabaugh, MD and Karen
Skarda, MD
(252) 354-1970
Southern Coast Realty Group
LLC
Ginger Robles
(910) 382-3141
Special Events Catering
Linda Hatcher
(910) 346-9249
St. Peterʼs by-the-Sea Episcopal
Church
Rev. Bert Eaton
(910) 326-4757
Star Hill Golf Club
Mick Brown
(252) 393-8111
Stevenson Chevrolet
Paul Pittman
(910) 326-1804
Sun-Surf Realty
Warren Chesnutt
(252) 354-2958
Swannsborough Yacht Club
Drew Lutheran and Laura Bertino
(910) 326-6054
Swansboro Area Events Organization
Darryl Marsh
(910) 330-8750
Swansboro Baseball and Softball
Association
(910) 340-1713
Swansboro Dance Studio
Christy Williams
(910) 326-1152
Swansboro Festival Committee
Judy Hailey
(910) 326-7370
Swansboro Food & Beverage Co.
Lori Sakiewicz
(910) 708-1305
Swansboro High School
Christine André
(910) 326-4300
Swansboro Historical Association
Inc.
Joan Gerdsen and Cyndi Schachter
(910) 326-6771
Swansboro Paddle Boarding
Brent Lanier
(910) 389-1471
Swansboro Port Realty
Jeff and Beth Price
(910) 326-8855
Swansboro Recycling Center
Patrick Chen
(919) 273-0080
Swansboro Soccer Association
John Davis
910) 376-0883
Swansboro United Methodist
Church
Rev. Scott Dodson
(910) 326-4822
Sweet Dreams
Adrienne Jolly
(252) 393-8100
John E. Tantum, PA, Attorney
and Counselor at Law
John and Pat Tantum
(252) 393-2235
Teresa G. Conley, DDS
Teresa Conley
(910) 326-2030
The Country Club of the Crystal
Coast
Chip Chamberlin
(252) 726-1034
The Daily News
Mike McHugh
(910) 353-1171
The Geek and the Grammar
Queen
Tiffany Mitchell
(910) 325-7462
The Holler Group
Sharon Holler
(252) 222-0500
The Islander Suites
Walter Hancock
(252) 354-3464
The Little Bank
Chris Moncourtois
(910) 353-8600
The Mercantile
Billy Hiott and Bonnie Hemmerlein
(910) 325-7004
The Mosquito Authority
Joseph Riggs/Daniel Lewis
(910) 650-4000
The Poor Manʼs Hole
Joseph and Diane Rhue
(910) 326-1953
The Salty Sheep Yarn Shop
Peggy Baddour
(910) 325-0018
The UPS Store
Geraldine Tyndall
(252) 393-8209
Through The Looking Glass
Hal Silver and David Pinsky
(910) 326-3128
Thunder Country 96.3 (Inner
Banks Media)
Mona Poole
(252) 422-4422
Tideland News
Jimmy Williams
(910) 326-5067
Tidewater Gallery
Ray Voelpel
(910) 325-0660
Time Warner Cable
Summer Hamdan
(877) 340-3466
Total Package Events
Judy Hailey
(252) 354-9500
Town of Cape Carteret
Ashleigh Huffman and Dave
Fowler
(252) 393-8483
Town of Cedar Point
Chris Seaberg and Jayne Beyer
(252) 393-7898
Town of Emerald Isle
Eddie Barber and Frank Rush
(252) 354-3424
Town of Swansboro
Paula Webb and Scott Chase
(910) 326-4428
Transportation Impact
Travis Burt and Sharon Johnson
(252) 764-2885
Union Home Mortgage Corp.
Stephanie Benedict
(910) 672-6743
UNC General Administration
Ashley Adamovage
(910) 451-9077
UNCW/Onslow County
Dr. Lisa Keenan
(910) 455-2310
United Country-Coastal Homes
Realty, Inc.
Pam Marriott
(252) 773-2111
United Way of Onslow County
Craig Wagner
(910) 347-2646
University of Mount Olive at
Jacksonville
Carly Matthiesen
(910) 455-1677
U.S. Cellular/Cellular Express
Stephanie Bise
(910) 326-2355
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary,
Swansboro Flotilla
Tommy Lee
(919) 300-7969
VFW Post No. 9960
Victor Letourneaut
(252) 393-8053
Walgreens
(910) 325-0038
Michael Douglas
Waters Ace Hardware
Carl Waters
(910) 326-5372
Waterway RV Park
Angela Burns
(252) 393-8715
Wayneʼs Service Center, Inc.
Wayne and Kim Wood
(910) 326-5195
Richard & Kristi Welton
Individual
(910) 548-8985
White Oak Mirror
Joanne Hanley
(252) 717-3648
White Oak River Bistro
Gene Heath and Denise McNamara
(910) 326-1696
White Oak Shores, LLC
Robin Comer
(252) 393-3244
Williams Scarborough Smith
Gray, LLP
Steven N. Scarborough
(910) 455-2196
Woodmen Life
Bob Kenward
(252) 342-6002
Yana Mamaʼs Memorabilia
Shoppe
Evelynn Moore
(910) 326-9052
Yanaʼs Ye Olde Drugstore Restaurant
Evelynn Moore
(910) 326-5501
Yardworks Landscaping, Inc.
Jimmy Farrington and Barbara
Owens
(252) 393-9005
Steven and Traci Yoho
Individual
(910) 650-7209
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Moore Orthopedics offers full spectrum of service
The coastal way of life is an
active way of life. There are so
many great things to do … and
so many beautiful days all yearround to do them! Who has time
to deal with pain?
We all know that pain is the
human bodyʼs way of telling
you that something is wrong.
But that doesnʼt mean that pain
has to be a part of your daily
routine. If itʼs time for you to
be more proactive with your
health, then itʼs time for you to
visit Moore Orthopedics and
Sports Medicine. Whether you
are suffering from a recent accident or fighting a fulltime daily
war with arthritis, the professional and well-trained staff of
Moore Orthopedics and Sports
Medicine, one of the new and
very convenient medical offices
in East Coast Square-West, Cedar Point, will strive to improve
your quality of life.
“We were familiar with this
area because I did my undergraduate at Duke and we really
liked the climate here,” Dr. Jeffrey Moore noted. “This seemed
to be an ideal place to live and
raise a family.” So, in 1988, Dr.
Moore moved to Morehead City
and opened his first practice. In
2014, he expanded his practice
by opening an office in Cedar
Pointʼs newest medical building, teaming up with Dr. John
Spellman, also an orthopedic
surgeon.
Similar to Dr. Moore, Dr.
Spellman and his wife fell in
love with the Swansboro areaʼs
mild weather and coastal charm.
(No more freezing cold Wisconsin winters for them, thank you
very much!)
“We have the same spectrum
of services as we do in our main
office in Morehead, just on a
smaller scale,” Dr. Moore ex-
plained. “And we have treated
a wide range of patients, from
newborns to the elderly. People
of all ages can suffer from orthopedic prob––––––––
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pains?
“There are many people
who donʼt understand exactly
what is involved with orthopedics and sports medicine,” Dr.
Moore noted. By definition,
orthopedics deals with muscular
and skeletal problems, whether
they are short- or long-term
problems. But these days, the
field of orthopedics has broadened to include sports medicine
(Dr. Spellmanʼs specialty) and a
wide variety of minimally invasive surgical technologies, such
as arthroscopy and robotics.
“For example, here we can
focus on non-operative care of
the shoulder, knee, hip, hand,
spine, etc.,” Dr. Moore clarified.
“There are lots of things we
can do short of surgery that are
very helpful. In fact, about 80
percent of what we offer is nonoperative solutions.
“When I trained, basically
everyone was a general orthopedist,” he continued. “These
days, everyone has a sub-specialty, like sports medicine or
adult reconstruction.”
Most problems can be
treated without surgery, using
such tools as physical and occupational therapy. Moore Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
of Cedar Point has an extensive
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therapists on staff.
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New Members!
BlueTeamAssess LLC
Contact: Mike Parsons, owner
162 Thomas Holland Road
Stella, NC 28582
Phone: (336) 403-9710
Email: [email protected]
Carolina Home & Garden
Contact: Brian Watson, owner
4778 Highway 24
Newport, NC 28570
Phone: (252) 393-9004
Website: carolinahomegarden.com
Dream Makers Wedding Estates
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Renewals
Thank you to the following businesses for renewing their SACC
membership during December …
Culligan of Cape Carteret
Gray Dolphin Gifts LLC
Santoriniʼs Mediterranean Grille
UNC General Administration
Chamber Mission
To unite area businesses for the
purpose of establishing a strong and
healthy business climate that will enhance the quality of life for the people who live and work in our communities.
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Supporting small business
Owning a business is the
goal of many would-be entrepreneurs.
Being your own boss has
certain perks, including making
your own hours and not having
to report to anyone but yourself.
But owning a business is a
lot of work, especially for new
business owners trying to get
their businesses off the ground.
According to Bloomberg,
8 out of 10 entrepreneurs who
start businesses fail within 18
months of opening their doors.
The Small Business Association
indicates the numbers are not so
dire, saying 30 percent of new
businesses fail in the first two
years of operation; 50 percent
during the first five years; and
66 percent during the first 10.
Either way, local businesses
face an uphill battle to survive.
But there are many things residents can do to support these
valuable additions to their communities. Consider …
Shop locally
Shopping locally not only
supports local businesses, but
it also contributes to the local
economy. Shopping locally
keeps money in the community,
which can benefit everyone.
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Message
By Darryl Marsh
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Shopping locally produces
a trickle-down
effect, as local
businesses that
are thriving
may patronize other local
businesses, and so on. This, in
turn, helps grow other businesses in the community, making it
a nicer place to live and work.
Spread the word
Word-of-mouth advertising is effective. A respected
member of the community who
shares a good experience with
a local business may encourage
others to patronize the business. Speak up when you feel
a business owner has provided
an exceptional level of service.
Recommend a company to
friends and neighbors. You also
may want to review a business
via online rating websites.
Attend grand openings
Each community is unique,
and often the vibe of a community is defined by the businesses
that call that community home.
Attend grand openings to show
you are invested in the quality
and vitality of your community.
When others see a business
doing well, they may be more
inclined to shop there as well.
Apply for work
Another way to support a
local business is to work for
one. Small local businesses employ millions of people across
the country, and many foster
great working environments.
In addition, small businesses
are known for their customer
service, and employees often
become experts in their products and services because of the
hands-on experience they gain
while working for small businesses.
Supporting and celebrating
local businesses can instill a
sense of community pride and
benefit the local economy in a
myriad of ways.
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I would like to wish everyone a safe and happy new year.
8C–Tideland News, January 6, 2016, Swansboro, N.C.
SACC celebrates
at Mac Daddy’s
SACC President Darryl Marsh, left, is pictured with,
from left, Leah Evans, Randy and Nancy Swanson and
Mac Holz.
Caroline, left, and Annette Hargett enjoy a visit with
Santa Claus.
The Swansboro Area Chamber of Commerceʼs annual Christmas gathering, which
took place on Dec. 3 at Mac Daddyʼs in
Cape Carteret, had it all.
The party kicked off in the boutique
bowling area, decorated in ho-ho-holiday
style, complete with a very merry Santa
(popular with kids of all ages)! Members
along with their family and staff enjoyed a
great evening of bowling, delicious food and
fellowship.
Many thanks to all who attended, and to
the Mac Daddyʼs staff for such a fun and
festive way to welcome the holiday season!
From left, Sammi Hammonds, Jake
Brown and Ryan Swanson enjoy the
Pam Marriott, left, and Linda Freeman
chamber’s annual Christmas Party at
Mac Daddy’s.
Hampton Inn and Suites hosts veterans dinner
Holiday cheer was in full
force for the Swansboro-area
veterans who attended a holiday dinner sponsored by the
Swansboro Area Chamber of
Commerceʼs Military Affairs
Committee Dec. 10.
Dinner was served at the
Hampton Inn and Suites.
More than 90 guests were
treated to a delicious holiday
meal served by members of
the MAC, which included Sgt.
Maj. Paul Berry, sergeant major
of Marine Corps Base Camp
Lejeune, Dr. Beth Barton, Dr.
Tina Siegel, Clayton Cottle,
Paula Webb, Tim Webb, Ashley
Adamovage, Fred Schachter
and Kelley Brown.
Many past attendees joined
us, along with quite a few new
faces. It was nice seeing everyone so involved in conversation
and enjoying one anotherʼs
company.
The Swansboro MAC and
the Hampton Inn and Suites
look forward to seeing our area
veterans again next year.
And, thank you for your
service!