Business Notes: Oct. 2

September 30, 2013 

Business doings

Whisk, a kitchen supply store, opened Sept. 19 in suite 214 of Waverly Place Shopping Center, 316 Colonades Way, Cary.

D’Andrea’s Deli, Grill & Bakery opened in September at 114 Grand Hill Place, Holly Springs.

Supercuts opened a new location in September at 612 Holly Springs Road, Holly Springs.

Carolina Family Estate Planning has moved to larger offices in suite 203 at 51 Kilmayne Drive, Cary.

Terramor Homes, a home-building company, will host a Family Fun Day during the annual Wake County Parade of Homes from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Duke Children’s Hospital Miracle Home, 744 Magalloway Drive, Cary.

Republic of Yoga is opening a new studio at 202 Ledgestone Way, Cary. A grand opening celebration will be Saturday, Oct. 19.

Dave & Buster’s will open in Cary Towne Center on Wednesday, Nov. 6. The location is hiring for 200 positions.

M/I Homes will open a new townhome community, Greystone Mews, at the intersection of Green Level Church Road and Morrisville Parkway in Cary.


The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce will host the Jani-King Fall Golf Classic at 8 a.m. Monday, Oct. 7, at Governors Club Golf Course, 11000 Club Drive, Chapel Hill.


Craig Conley and Andy Mills became sales agents at MetLife Auto & Home in Cary in August.

Mark Poole joined SearStone, a retirement community being developed in Cary, as the director of security and transportation. Jeff Wardnefelt was hired as the environmental services director.


Chem-Dry of Cary, a carpet-cleaning franchise, earned the “Circle of Excellence” status of the Chem-Dry system.


Sensus, a technology solutions company in Raleigh, raised $34,000 in September for Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina, based in Morrisville, at a Charity Golf Classic at N.C. State University.

Employees of Tipper Tie in Apex will help build homes with Habitat for Humanity in the White Oak neighborhood of Apex on Oct. 18, 19, and 26.

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