Business briefs — Aug. 5
Greystone Chiropractic opens third practice in Lexington
Dr. McCall Sink announced the opening of her practice located in her hometown of Lexington. The Greystone Chiropractic team promotes health, alleviates pain and strives to improve patients’ quality of life.
“We are excited about this new venture and the opportunity to provide Greystone Chiropractic services to the Lexington community,” Sink said. “Since I grew up in this community, I feel especially humbled that I’m able to return to the area and offer services that provide a positive, healthy impact to peoples’ lives. We pride our business on research-based care provided by friendly, knowledgeable professionals.”
Sink, the lead chiropractor of Greystone Chiropractic, owns and operates Blase Chiropractic in Asheboro and Greystone Chiropractic in Raleigh. She received her doctor of chiropractic degree from the Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, Missouri. She became an independent chiropractor at Blase Chiropractic in 2011 and purchased the business in 2014.
“At Greystone Chiropractic, we utilize a combination of hands-on spinal manipulation and alternative treatments to properly align the body’s musculoskeletal structure,” Sink said. “This allows the body to heal itself, while reducing the need for invasive surgeries and costly medications. Our procedures help restore joint mobility, reduce debilitating pain and improve patient overall quality of life.”
The ribbon cutting grand opening of the Lexington office is Aug. 30 at 5:30 p.m. The practice will be partnering with the Lexington Chamber of Commerce. Attendees can get free spine screenings, door prizes and discounts.
For more information, contact Brianne Freeman at 336-243-5433.
New chairman of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission elected
Anna Gregory Wagoner, of Winston-Salem, was elected to serve as the Chairman of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission starting Aug. 1. Miriam J. Baer, the executive director announced Wagoner.
Wagoner practices commercial real estate and renewable energy and is a shareholder with Blanco Tackabery & Matamoros, P.A. law firm in Winston-Salem. Wagoner has practiced real estate law for 18 years, starting in Greensboro. She was also an attorney with Investors Title Insurance Company in Chapel Hill.
Wagoner is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, Forsyth County Bar Association, Piedmont Triad Commercial Real Estate Women, the North Carolina Land Title Association and NAIOP. She holds a juris doctor degree from Wake Forest School of Law, where she also graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission is responsible for the licensing and regulation of approximately 100,000 real estate agents and firms in the state.
N.C. Transportation Museum to host first Brew and Choo Festival
The North Carolina Transportation Museum is kicking off its first beer festival on Aug. 11 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Brew and Choo Festival attendees will ride the train and sample exclusively crafted event brews.
The Brew and Choo Festival will feature beers from Morgan Ridge Railwalk, New Sarum Brewing, Commoners Brewing, Seaboard Brewing and Red Hill Brewing.
New Sarum Brewery announced its specially brewed Rail Yard Berliner Weisse, which is made with raspberries.
The family-friendly festival will also offer outdoor games, music and food trucks.
Adult tickets are $12, which includes a train ride, two 4 oz. samples of craft beer, a souvenir tasting glass and a salty snack. The under 21 ticket will include a train ride, Cheerwine, a souvenir cup and a salty snack at $10. The public can purchase beer from the attending breweries in the Back Shop of the museum and play games and listen to music for no admission charge.
The train rides will be at 5, 6, 7 and 8 p.m.
To purchase a ticket, visit nctrans.org.
Tractor Supply shows animal appreciation with month-long event
Salisbury’s Tractor Supply Company is dedicating the month of August for its Out Here With Animals event to show its appreciation of animals.
Out Here with Animals began Aug. 1 with a monthlong pet supplies drive. Customers can drop off new sealed food, toys, cleaning supplies and other pet accessories, including beds, scratching posts, leashes and bowls, to be donated to local rescues and shelters.
Tractor Supply will also host a pet adoption on Aug. 25. Local animal organizations can register at tractorsupply.com/eventpartners by Aug. 22 to participate.
“Out Here With Animals allows the Salisbury community to come together to celebrate their pets while supporting the great work of their local animal organizations,” said Mary Lawley, vice president of store administration at Tractor Supply Company. “Whether you have a dog, cat, horse, pig or goat, we hope families will bring their leashed, friendly pets to the store to show how special their animals are and help us find homes for the local adoptable animals that deserve a family too.”
Tractor Supply will donate $25,000 in grants to 10 animal nonprofits, bringing back the Rescue Your Rescue contest. Customers can nominate their favorite shelters until Aug. 8 at tractorsupply.com/photocontest.
Out Here With Animals will also offer a sale on pet and animal products and brands on Aug. 22 to Aug. 26.
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