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Business Briefs — Aug. 12

IKEA to celebrate 75th anniversary with in-store event

On Aug. 18-19, IKEA U.S. will invite IKEA Family members and friends to celebrate 75 years and look toward the future.

During the weekend-long celebration, IKEA Family members and customers can participate in activities and giveaways while they shop.

“We’re so excited to celebrate this major milestone with our IKEA Family members,” said Wanda Fisher, regional marketing manager of IKEA U.S. “During this event, we celebrate 75 years of affordability and quality with special activities and giveaways for all members.”

The anniversary event for IKEA Family members will include:

  • Sampling of free food and drinks and customers can enjoy buy one, get one free desserts from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday
  • In-store crafts and activities
  • Special IKEA prizes by spinning a wheel or rolling the dice
  • IKEA Family “Scan to Win” sweepstakes.

IKEA has a location in Charlotte at 8300 Ikea Boulevard. Its hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

For more information about the event, visit ikea.com/us/en/store/charlotte.

Trinity Medical Care recognized as quality practice by Blue Cross

The Blue Cross of North Carolina recognized and awarded Trinity Medical Care P.C. as a Blue Quality Physician Program quality practice.

To receive the recognition, a practice must have demonstrated a strong commitment to patient-centered medical care, leadership committed to quality, improving health outcomes and reducing costs. During a two-year evaluation, the evaluates patient care and management.

Trinity Medical Care is owned and operated by Jeff Taylor P.A.-C who has been practicing in Salisbury for more than 26 years and focuses on family medicine.

Trinity Medical Care is at 1509 E. Innes St.

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