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Asheboro

(ăsh`bərə), town (1990 pop. 16,362), seat of Randolph co., central N.C., in the Piedmont; inc. 1796. Manufactures include transportation equipment, furniture, small appliances, apparel, shoes, and lumber. A prehistoric Keyauwee burial ground is nearby.
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PCC President Joe Byrne is pleased to announce the appointment of Chan Howell as corporate customer service manager, Ryan McCracken as operations manager, Camille Dozier as an inside sales representative, Brandon Brown as color formulations specialist and Tracie Luck as human resources manager for the Asheboro, North Carolina facility.
Under the agreement, Bank of North Carolina, a subsidiary of BNCN, will purchase three branches in Asheboro, North Carolina and one each in Burlington, Mebane and Randleman, North Carolina, as well as USD168m in loans and USD270m in deposits.
Harrison held the role of Executive Vice President of commercial banking at CommunityOne Bank based in Asheboro, North Carolina.
Robert Wagner has joined the company as plant manager for PCC's plant in Asheboro, North Carolina.
In Asheboro, North Carolina, the history is a little closer to home.
Ginkgo Residential has been awarded the management of West Pointe Apartments in Asheboro, North Carolina.
Bank of North Carolina, a subsidiary of BNCN, will be taking over three branches in Asheboro, North Carolina and one each in Burlington, Mebane and Randleman, in addition to USD168 in loans and USD270m in deposits.
As a result of the transaction, BNC will acquire three branches in Asheboro, North Carolina and one each in Burlington, Mebane and Randleman, North Carolina, as well as $168 million in loans and $270 million in deposits.
PCC's Asheboro, North Carolina Lab Manager Jennifer Presnell, says “earning NSF certification for these materials, will make our colorants more appealing in the marketplace.
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Modeled after PCC's successful "Plant-Within-a-Plant" concept operating at PCC's Asheboro, North Carolina campus since 2009, the California operation was designed to address risk mitigation.