Ivey & Eggleston – Attorneys at Law

Ivey :& Eggleston

Scott Eggleston grew up in Virginia Beach. He attended Old Dominion University and rowed for them on their crew team. After graduating from ODU, Scott went to work for GEICO insurance. There Scott spent his time handling bodily injury claims, working with in-house counsel and plaintiff’s attorneys representing injured parties. With a constant emotionally charged atmosphere, Scott began to sort through the problems as well as the people in each case, looking past the common road blocks of anger, distrust, and frustration – to try and find the clearest route…

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Keye to Healthy

Sherry Keye worked in Thomasville for six years, where she met Carrie Hicks, the co-founder of The Next 56 Days. They have known each other for over 10 years, and when Carrie started The Next 56 Days, Sherry kept seeing posts on Facebook and as she watched the results, she called her, to find out what was going on. At that time, the program was only about six months old. Carrie explained the program, and at the time, there was no class available in Asheboro, so Carrie offered to teach…

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Make It Beautiful – The Team that Keeps Randolph County Beautiful

Make is Beautiful has recently undergone a renovation from top to bottom. The Salon has the feel of an upscale Paris boutique, with a sprinkling of iconic fashion and style brands like CoCo Chanel and Louis Vuitton. The pink and black design has a great energy and provides a unique setting for the stylists to create new looks and unique styles for their clients. A pergola was added to the front of the building with a variety of plants and flowers. It’s the kind of place people want to stop,…

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Help Send a Kid to Camp … Majestic Floor Covering Golf Tournament

If you talk to any expecting parent and ask them if they are hoping for a boy or girl, most will tell you that the gender of their child doesn’t matter as much as the child being born healthy with “ten fingers and ten toes”.  Fortunately, most children are born exactly this way.  But, as we know, for some life begins with the challenge of having a chronic illness.  And, even though most children are born healthy, they might develop a chronic illness, like cancer, later on down the road. …

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North Meadows Mobile Home Community

North Meadows Mobile Home Park Asheboro

North Meadows Mobile Home Community Offering Affordable Home Ownership In 2003 Cory (North Meadows owner) bought his first 5 lot mobile home park. Throughout the years since, he has focused on buying distressed parks, fixing them up, filling them with good tenants and then selling them to buy larger parks.   North Meadows Mobile Home Community is a thriving, well-maintained mobile home community that’s locally owned and operated in Randolph County where families and retirees alike are afforded a comfortable and safe environment to call home. Sprawling an impressive 50 acres,…

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Warren Coble & Associates – To Warren…Everyone is Family

I met Warren Coble at a committee meeting for the local Alzheimer’s Walk many years ago.  He was passionate about the cause, having learned firsthand how devastating the disease can be, not only on the person with dementia or Alzheimer’s but on the family members providing care for them.  At the time, he struck me as a remarkably caring individual, to whom family means everything. Warren was born and raised in Randolph County.  He has been happily married to Robbie Kinney Coble for 44 years, has three children, four grandchildren,…

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R & D Automotive – Serving Asheboro and the Piedmont for over 35 years

In his bay at R & D Automotive, Rudy Jenkins, complete with headlamp and socket wrench, tightens the bolts on a new set of tires he’s just installed on a long-time customer’s car. The sight of Jenkins is not unfamiliar – he has now been serving Asheboro and the Piedmont for over 35 years with the same friendly smile and hearty laugh that has charmed and comforted his customers since day one. Jenkins worked for Klopman Mills until the late 1960s. In 1969, Ernest Singleton hired him to work in…

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