Business Notes for July 20
by Staff Writer
HUNTERSVILLE – Bell & Bell Law Firm has hired Maria Esther Inglesias as a new paralegal for attorney Hannah Bell. Inglesias has 10 years of personal injury and family law experience. Originally from Uruguay, Inglesias came to the United States in 2000 with her two sons. Bell & Bell Law Firm is located at 200 S. Old Statesville Road. For more information, call 704-992-1590.
Allen Tate Company launches new video series
CHARLOTTE – The latest in real estate market news and trends is now available in a new video series from Allen Tate Company.
Carolinas Market Update features a bi-monthly update from Allen Tate President and COO Pat Riley, including information and statistics about home sales, prices, interest rates and other factors that affect home buyers and sellers in North and South Carolina. Presented in a consumer-friendly video format, each segment offers information on real estate trends and market predictions for the coming months.
The video update, which targets consumers in the Charlotte, Triad, Research Triangle and upstate South Carolina regions, will be produced every other month.
To access the latest Carolinas Market Update, go to the Allen Tate YouTube channel www.youtube.com/theallentatecompany or contact any Allen Tate Realtor. The Huntersville Allen Tate office is located at 14225 Market Square Drive, Huntersville. For more information call 704-940-1300.
Food Lion touts lower prices, more jobs
SALISBURY – Food Lion is launching a new strategy at 269 stores, touting lower prices on 6,000 items throughout its stores, as well as enhanced produce and faster checkout.
The changes will create approximately 800 new jobs, the company said.
“During the past year, we have continued to refine our strategies based on additional customer feedback and have made new enhancements for our customers,” President Cathy Green Burns said. “We look forward to winning new customers and continuing to serve our existing customers with enhanced Food Lion stores in our home markets.”
Food Lion has at least 14 stores around Lake Norman, including three in Huntersville and one in Cornelius.
For more information about Food Lion, visit www.foodlion.com.
Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville opens phase one of expansion
HUNTERSVILLE – The first phase of Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville’s expansion project opened for patients Tuesday, July 17.
This phase of the project features the hospital’s new Intensive Care Unit (ICU), which has been remodeled and expanded, increasing the ICU bed count from four to six beds.
All expansion efforts are slated to be completed before the end of the year. Following completion of the entire project, Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville will have added extra room for women’s support services and 15 new beds, bringing the total hospital bed count to 75.
To learn more about Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville or its expansion plans, call 704-316-4000 or visit www.presbyterian.org/huntersville.
Chamber hosts marketing seminar next week
CORNELIUS – Kevin Smith and Dusten Harward present a social media and Internet marketing seminar ‘Blogging for Buck$’ July 23 from 3-4 p.m. at the Randy Marion Conference Room, 19900 W. Catawba Ave. The seminar will instruct participants on how to grow business with a blog and enhanced web presence. The seminar is hosted by McBryde Website Design. For more information, visit www.lakenormanchamber.org/events.