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North Carolina

Pat McCrory
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2013 State of the State Address

Pat McCrory
Office of the Governor
20301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-0301
Phone: (919)733-4240
Fax: (919)733-2120

Southern Governors' Representative
Thomas Stith, Chief of Staff

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North Carolina News Digest

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10/21/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: Seafood Processor to Create 120 Jobs in Pender CountyCompany plans to invest more than $25 million by the end of 2017. [Read More]
10/17/2013 Gov. McCrory Announces Aid for NC Food BanksEarly allocation of funds will help food banks stock up in the coming weeks. [Read More]
10/16/2013 TN, NC Governors Work to Reopen Great Smoky Mountains National ParkArea will reopen for five days during busy fall tourism season with help of money from states. [Read More]
10/14/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Leads Roundtable at Winston-Salem State UniversityDiscusses job creation, education reform with educators and local business leaders. [Read More]
10/11/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Opens the Innovation CenteriCenter will help state modernize broken information technology systems. [Read More]
10/10/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: GE Opens New Product Development FacilityCary office co-locates GE’s engineering and product management with other critical functions under one roof. [Read More]
10/9/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: Gildan Activewear to Create More Than 500 New JobsCanadian apparel manufacturer to expand in multiple N.C. locations. [Read More]
10/7/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Makes Five Economic Development AnnouncementsProclaims October 4 “Manufacturing Day” in NC in demonstration of support of manufacturing. [Read More]
9/26/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: Pharmaceutical Manufacturer to Create 100 Jobs in Durham CountyState recognized around the world for bioscience and cutting-edge pharmaceutical companies. [Read More]
9/25/2013 Gov. McCrory Announces Five North Carolinians Receive Prestigious Heritage AwardWinners are helping to preserve state's cultural heritage. [Read More]

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