Business Notes: Nov. 27

November 25, 2013 

Business doings

At Ease, a clothing outlet, is closing its Cary store at 3659 SW Cary Parkway. Through the end of the year, items will be 50 percent to 80 percent off. The store plans to expand online and is looking for another Triangle location.

Village Cleaners, a dry-cleaning company in Cary, now offers free pickup and delivery service in the area. For details, call 919-567-8333 or go to villagecleanersdelivery.com.

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

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 www.facebook.com/OrangeTheoryMorrisville or www.orangetheoryfitness.com/studio-locations/morrisville-north-carolina.

Calendar

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 www.morrisvillechamber.org.

Careers

Nathalie Doobin, Elizabeth Okelo and Sheron Lechter joined the advisory board of Enterprising Women magazine, which is based in Cary.

Kudos

Ockham, an oncology company in Cary, ranked 34th in the Triangle Business Journal’s list of 50 fastest-growing companies in the region.

LORD Corporation, a technology company in Cary, ranked 21st in the Triangle Business Journal’s list of 50 fastest-growing companies in the region.

SciQuest, a cloud-based business automation software company in Cary, earned a 2013 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Green Award.

Philanthropy

Eight Brookdale Senior Living communities in the Triangle, including Cary, are providing Thanksgiving meals to seniors in need.

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

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