North Carolina Daybook


Associated Press North Carolina Daybook for Tuesday, Aug. 23.

The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover.

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 8:00 AM SBA and AARP host Encore Entrepreneur Fair – U.S. Small Business Administration and AARP host Encore Entrepreneur Fair. Event features panels with small business experts and speed mentoring sessions for those interested in entrepreneurship

Location: NC Rural and Economic Development Center, 4021 Carya Drive, Raleigh, NC Raleigh http://www.sba.gov/ https://twitter.com/SBAgov

Contacts: Patrick Gonzalez SBA North Carolina 1 919 532 5525 Suzanne Black AARP 1 877 926 8300

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 10:00 AM Richmond Fed Business Activity Survey

Location: TBD http://www.richmondfed.org https://twitter.com/RichmondFed

Contacts: FRB Richmond Research Department Regional Economics Division 1 804 697 4490

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 11:30 AM North Carolina Lt. Governor Dan Forest attends NFIB Small Business Roundtable Luncheon

Location: Mitchell Community College, 701 W. Front St., Statesville, NC Statesville www.ncgov.com https://twitter.com/NCdotGov

Contacts: Jamey Falkenbury North Carolina Office of the Lt. Governor jamey.falkenbury@nc.gov 1 919 814 3680 LtGovDanForest

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 1:00 PM Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC receives grant from UnitedHealthcare – Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina receives $25,000 grants from UnitedHealthcare to implement a program to provide customized, healthy meal boxes and nutrition education/budgeting classes to patients identified by Wake Forest Baptist Health-Downtown Health Plaza in Winston-Salem and Ashe Memorial Hospital in Jefferson as food insecure. Speakers include North Carolina state Rep. Edward Hanes, Jr., Second Harvest of Northwest NC , Executive Director Clyde Fitzgerald, UnitedHealthcare Vice President Anita Bachmann, Wake Forest Baptist Health-Downtown Health Plaza Director Robert Jones, and Ashe Memorial Hospital CEO Laura Lambeth

Location: 3655 Reed Street, Winston-Salem, NC Winston-Salem http://www.hungernwnc.org/ https://twitter.com/nwncfoodbank

Contacts: Jenny Moore Second Harvest 1 336 784 5770

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 1:30 PM GOP Rep. Richard Hudson discusses Darlington throwback scheme with NASCAR driver Greg Biffle – Two-time NASCAR champion Greg Biffle unveils his 2016 Darlington throwback scheme with Republican Rep. Richard Hudson, who discusses the ‘national initiative that is the driving force behind the paint scheme’

Location: Concord, NC http://www.roushfenway.com/ https://twitter.com/roushfenway

Contacts: Nancy Padula Roush Fenway Racing npadula@roushfenway.com 1 704 743 3940

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 2:00 PM Lara Trump campaigns in North Carolina for father-in-law Donald – Lara Trump, daughter-in-law of 2016 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, visits a woman-owned hardware store to ‘discuss the struggles of running a small business in today’s economy’

Location: Briggs Hardware, 111 E Hargett St, Raleigh, NC Raleigh www.donaldjtrump.com https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump

Contacts: Kirk Bell Trump for President kbell@donaldtrump.com

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 2:00 PM Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross holds policy discussion on Medicare and Social Security

Location: Southside Library, 3185 Buchanan St, Winston-Salem, NC Winston-Salem http://www.deborahross.com/ https://twitter.com/DeborahRossNC

Contacts: Deborah Ross for Senate press@deborahross.com 1 919 436 2503

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 2:30 PM North Carolina state and business leaders discuss Hillary Clinton’s ‘plans to help small businesses in North Carolina’ – Former North Carolina State Treasurer Richard Moore, Trophy Brewing & Pizza Co-Founder Chris Powers, Barn and Ivy Owner Cat Woyee-Jones, and Reify Media, LLC Owner and President Sarah Glova participate in press conference to discuss ‘Hillary Clinton’s new plan to support small businesses, including 833,000 small businesses in North Carolina and the 1.5 million people these small businesses employ’

Location: Trophy Brewing & Pizza, 827 West Morgan Street, Raleigh, NC Raleigh www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Andy Estrada Hillary for America aestrada@hillaryclinton.com

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 3:30 PM Walmart hosts media open house – Walmart hosts media open house to preview changes to grocery shopping with expanded pickup service in Durham and Chapel Hill

Location: Walmart Supercenter, 12500 US Hwy 15 501 N, Chapel Hill, NC Chapel Hill www.wal-mart.com https://twitter.com/Walmart

Contacts: Ashley Helms Messier Walmart 1 804 771 5303

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 4:15 PM Dem Rep. Keith Ellison campaigns for Hillary Clinton in North Carolina – Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison campaigns for Hillary Clinton in Charlotte, NC, meeting volunteers to ‘highlight her plan for building an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top’ and discuss ‘what’s at stake for winning North Carolina this November’

Location: Campaign Field Office, 5304 Sunset Rd, Charlotte, NC Charlotte www.hillaryclinton.com https://twitter.com/hillaryclinton

Contacts: Michael Gwin Hillary for America mgwin@hillaryclinton.com

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Tuesday, Aug. 23 7:00 PM Fayetteville Mayor Robertson participates in Real Talk Community Meeting – Fayetteville Mayor Nat Robertson, Mayor Pro Tem Colvin, City Council Members Kirk deViere and Chalmers McDougald participate in Real Talk Community Meeting, the first in a series of community meetings focused on ‘issues directly affecting Fayetteville and how they can properly be addressed with solutions’

Location: Kingdom Impact Global Ministries, 2503 Murchison Road, Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville http://fayettevillenc.gov/ https://twitter.com/CityOfFayNC

Contacts: Nathan Walls City of Fayetteville 1 910 433 1578

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