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Public records: Corporations

These incorporations were filed in Rowan County:

China Grove

City Block Holdings LLC, Jason M. Epley, 503 Frontier Circle, China Grove

J&P Automotives Inc., Pamela Hines, 4325 Old Beatty Ford Road, China Grove

Buckeye & Longleaf Capital LLC, Chandler Martinez, 5480 Enochville School Road, China Grove

South Rowan Community Church Inc., Ronnie James, 1705-A S. Main St., China Grove

Red Dirt Properties of NC LLC, Kandie Lambert, 1190 Millbridge Road, China Grove


Unique Home Care Services Inc., Shirley C. Hampton, 190 Mount Hall Road, Cleveland

Crim Della Creme LLC, Christopher Martin, 13050 Statesville Blvd., Cleveland

Drive 2020 NC LLC, Troy Fink, 1380 Third Creek Church Road, Cleveland

Gold Hill

Gold Hill Flower Co. LLC, Melissa Hammill, 870 St. Stephens Church Road, Gold Hill

Granite Quarry

Natural Organics LLC, James Sustain Holdren, 130 S, Salisbury Ave, Granite Quarry


Lake Kannapolis Wildlife Preservation Association, Jim Atkinson, 124 Dexter Ave., Kannapolis


Senmiao Trade LLC, Shuqin Yin, 106 N. Meriah St., Landis

Home and Commercial Cleaning LLC, Joseph Hunter Morrison, 204 S. Meriah St., Landis


Performance Land Sales of the Carolinas LLC, Richard Roberts, 10160 Unity Church Road, Mooresville

Mount Ulla

ArboVe LLC, Datatech Information Services Inc., 3555 Bear Poplar Road, Mount Ulla


All Sports Sponsor Corp., Horatio Everhart, 6235 Lynn Road, Salisbury

National Association of Future Esports Athletes LLC, Alexander Filutze, 4215 Woodleaf Road, Salisbury

4Track Systems LLC, Brad Beachy, 500-A N. Long Street, Salisbury

Abundant Living Real Estate Investments LLC, Dawud Ziyad, 1162 Landsdown Drive, Salisbury

Mickelson Motorsports LLC, Rodney Mickelson, 1525 Deer Creek Drive, Salisbury

Complete Well-Care Source LLC, Myra Wilson, 1320 Landsdown Drive, Salisbury

West Park Baptist Church Inc., Donna M. Swinson, 720 King Road, Salisbury

Simply Ginger Inc., Ginger B. Hill, 4480 Mount Hope Church Road, Salisbury

B’s Effort Changing Counseling PLLC, Lanesha Price, 507 W. Innes St., Suite 230, Salisbury

Perfect Timing Auto Group LLC, Preston Morgan, 3005 S. Main St., Suite A, Salisbury

Aunt Lynn’s Catering LLC, Rosalyn Burris, 515 Geroid St., Salisbury




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