Shop local NC, save jobs, feel good. The NCBizList.com mission is to help support locally run companies throughout North Carolina. They recognize that small businesses are the lifeblood of the NC economy. Keeping money in nearby neighborhoods by shopping locally will help ensure a thriving community. The site is now accepting requests for free listings as well as featured listings. All companies must be verifiably located in North Carolina. NCBizList was built using Google's updated WYSIWYG website design tool "new Google Sites". The directory features a security certificate, fully responsive design, and an internal site search. Patrick LaJuett is a digital media architect in Charlotte, North Carolina. Patrick has more than two decades of experience in visual communications, information technology and brand marketing.
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