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Pat McCrory

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
Virginia Johnson, Director, Washington Office






North Carolina News Digest

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12/10/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: Walmart Distribution Facility to Create 450 JobsCompany will invest more than $100 million over the next three years in Alamance County. [Read More]
12/5/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Named Vice Chairman of Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) CoalitionCoalition supports responsible energy development; promotes federal-state policy dialogue on offshore energy matters. [Read More]
12/4/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Works to Build Additional Support for Military InstallationsTrip to Washington, DC, will focus on military's impact on state. [Read More]
12/2/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: Biofuels Manufacturer to Create 65 Jobs in Sampson CountyCompany and its partners will invest approximately $200 million over the next three years. [Read More]
11/25/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Will Push a Comprehensive Energy PackageOffshore drilling might get renewed push. [Read More]
11/20/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: Lifesavers, Educators Presented with Governor’s Award for ExcellenceTen recipients credited with helping save lives of others or preventing serious injuries. [Read More]
11/18/2013 NC Gov. McCrory to Visit Facebook HQ in CaliforniaWill host a Q&A on his Facebook page today at 5:30pm. [Read More]
11/15/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Participates in Groundbreaking of New GE Aviation FacilityNew Asheville plant expects to employ 340 people at full capacity at 2014 opening. [Read More]
11/14/2013 NC Gov. McCrory Proclaims November as American Indian Heritage MonthMonth dedicated to celebrating the unique history and rich traditions of American Indians. [Read More]
11/13/2013 NC Gov. McCrory: Engineering Support Company to Expand in Cumberland CountyCompany plans to create 32 new jobs, invest more than $400,000 over next three years. [Read More]

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