BOLIVIA, N.C. – The recently-formed Brunswick County Small Business Advisory Commission held a public forum on Tuesday, June 4 for members of the business community to offer insight into ways the county can become a better place to do business. Approximately 50 people attended the forum, which was held at 101 Stone Chimney Place in Supply. County Commissioner Frank Williams, who spearheaded formation of the Small Business Advisory Commission, served as moderator.
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“The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners created the Small Business Advisory Commission because they want to hear from our small business community,” said Shannon Viera, Chair of the Small Business Advisory Commission. “This forum was a pro-active first step toward ensuring that our small business community has a voice. If you were unable to attend the forum, we still want to hear from you. We invite businesspeople who deal with the county to come share with us via email at email@example.com.”
Businesspeople who were unable to attend the forum but would like to share their specific concerns or ideas on ways Brunswick County can become more business-friendly are invited to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please submit your comments prior to June 14, 2013.