Business Notes for July 6
by Staff Writer
Duke Energy is alerting customers to be aware of a new identity theft scam claiming President Barack Obama will pay utility bills through a federal program.
Consumers are being asked for personal information, including birth date and social security number, and are provided instructions on how to make a utility payment.
Duke Energy wants residents to not accept unsolicited offers from anyone.
To learn more about the scam, visit www.bbb.org.
Maddy’s Fatty’s hosts Chamber networking event
CORNELIUS – Maddy’s Fatty’s Bakery will host the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce’s Business Before Hours event 8-9:30 a.m. July 11, The bakery touts cupcakes and coffees that are not only tasty but also healthy. Maddy’s is located at 19901 W. Catawba Ave., Suite 105.
Summer mixer at Window Nation July 12
HUNTERSVILLE — Rodney Page of Window Nation will show off the company’s new showroom with a summer mixer complete with hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks. Chamber members are welcome to the event, which is 5:30-7 p.m. at 15905 Brookway Drive, Suite 4106.
Wells Fargo supports Ada Jenkins Center
DAVIDSON – The Lake Norman office of Wells Fargo Advisors presented $5,000 to the Ada Jenkins Center on June 28.
The Ada Jenkins Center in Davidson supports “people of Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson and south Iredell County toward becoming better educated, healthier and/or economically self-sufficient, empowering them for a better tomorrow.”
“Wells Fargo Advisors is committed to making a positive difference in the areas where we live and work,” Tod Wells, first vice president and branch manager of the Wells Fargo Advisors Lake Norman office, said.
Meet the new CMS superintendent
HUNTERSVILLE – The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce invites the public to meet new Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Heath Morrison on July 19 from 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. at NorthStone Country Club, 15801 NorthStone Drive, Huntersville. The lunch costs $25.