Business Notes: Nov. 20

November 18, 2013 

Business doings

Chatham Hill Winery of Cary will host classes, wine tastings and tours this fall. For details, go to

Whisk, a new kitchen store in Cary, is offering cooking classes in November. For details, go to

CarMark Certified, a Certified Pre-Owned warranty program based in Cary, will be used nationally by National Auto Care starting in 2014.

Glenaire, a retirement community in Cary, will be renovated. Presbyterian Homes chose the Frank L. Blum Construction Company of Winston-Salem for the project.

Orangetheory Fitness plans to open an exercise studio in Morrisville in January. Enter a sweepstakes to win a month of unlimited classes through the Orangetheory Fitness Facebook page. For details, go to or


The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce Coffee and Connections networking meeting will be 7:30-8:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, in the White Ventures Chamber Building, 260 Town Hall Drive, Suite A. To register, go to

The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce Holiday Reception will be 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, at the The Chef’s Academy, 2001 Carrington Mill Blvd. For details and registration, call 919-463-7150 or go to

The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce annual Holiday Potluck will start at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 6, at 260 Town Hall Drive, Suite A. Bring a covered dish and a wrapped gift with a value of about $20. For details, call 919-463-7150 or go to


Chip Labonte of Fuquay-Varina earned a promotion to project executive of the Water Treatment group at PC Construction.

Brent Simpson joined Financial Directions Group in Cary as a benefits consultant.


Lowes Foods’ annual food drive, Friends Feeding Friends, will run until Tuesday, Dec. 31.

The Toy Shoppe will donate 15 percent of sales to the Meg’s Smile Foundation 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24, at 404 Village Walk Drive, Holly Springs. Mention “Meg” to donate.

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