“1st Annual Davidson County Industry Tours and Career Day, kicking off U.S. Manufacturing Week, A Huge Success”
375 students, representing every high school across our three Systems, participated in the first event of its kind in Davidson County.
Whether it is a European company bringing in hundreds of jobs or a married couple operating a small bakery, the business climate in Davidson County is red hot these days. According to local officials, the difference between the economic climate in the county today and 10 years ago like night and day.
Kickstart your Career! Come join DDAC (Davidson and Davie Apprenticeship Consortium) for an information night on January 31, 2019 from 3-7pm at DCCC. Program Presentations will be held at 3pm, 4:30pm and 6pm. For more information go to www.ddac.tech
The Lexington City Council named Terra Greene as the next city manager during its regular meeting on Monday. Greene, who is currently the assistant city manager for Lexington, will replace Alan Carson who will be retiring from his position on Dec. 31 and taking the job of city manager of Thomasville, Georgia. Greene will sworn in at the next city council meeting on Nov. 26 and will begin her role on Jan. 1.
EGGER, one of the world’s leading wood-based materials suppliers for the furniture, wood construction and flooring industries, has started construction on its first U.S. manufacturing plant at the I-85 Corporate Center in Linwood, according to a press release. Construction on the production facility began after the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality issued an air quality permit.