Hoke County in southeastern North Carolina is best known for its turkey industry, though other agricultural commodities such as cotton and hogs as well as manufactured goods like wool and polyester fabrics and concrete blocks are produced here as well.
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A chamber acts as an advocate for local business interests while also promoting the area and its attractions. One chamber professional explained that one local organization hosts quarterly Meet and Greets with elected officials that allow members to influence legislative agendas within their community. Furthermore, members enjoy many benefits from joining such as accessing a database of prospective customers.
As part of its membership benefits, the Raeford Hoke Chamber of Commerce also hosts events to showcase and promote their area. For example, their Hoke Heritage Hobnob draws more than 60,000 visitors every year with activities designed for all members of the family and proceeds going towards supporting local community organizations, including an Open Door Soup Kitchen serving meals to those in need as well as food pantries providing meals to families in need.
People interested in joining can reach out to the chamber for more information and benefits of membership. They can also visit their website to view a directory of members along with thumbnail and full-sized images; plus upcoming county and department events as well as guides for newcomers to the area and useful resources. Furthermore, this site also provides sponsorship opportunities with Primetime, Encore and Headline sponsorship tiers available.
Raeford-Hoke Chamber of Commerce will host its Job Expo this Saturday from 10 am-2 pm at the county parking lot near the courthouse, providing free booths to its members while non-members will need to pay $25.
At this event, attendees can expect food vendors, an area for applying for jobs and a presentation from Hoke County Department of Economic Development. Attendees will also receive information regarding new residents as well as county parks. Moreover, attendees will learn more about Hoke County Longleaf Pine Restoration Project as well as civic stewardship efforts within Hoke County.
The chamber is also selling bulk chicken in order to raise funds for the Open Door Soup Kitchen of Raeford, an organization providing hot meals and a food pantry that offers boxes of food for two days to families in need. Orders must be received by noon Wednesday; pick-up can occur Saturday from Rockfish Uhaul; this money will help feed 100 to 150 people daily through their food bank.
The Hoke County Business Directory is an invaluable local resource, offering Chamber members and their customers a comprehensive listing of businesses and organizations located throughout Hoke County. The online version offers easy-to-use search capabilities that let users locate businesses by category, name or location. Non-Chamber member businesses may pay an annual listing fee to include in this directory; users can access it online and print editions are distributed throughout businesses and schools throughout the county. Job seekers and employers alike can meet at the Chamber’s Employment Expo which has been put on pause due to pandemic concerns; it will return Saturday May 14. Read Reviews Now
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Businesses looking to promote their goods and services have various sponsorship options available to them, from event sponsorships to advertising space in our newsletter and website – such as real estate, automotive or banking ads.
Raeford-Hoke Economic Development Department will host its annual Expo next month, providing business owners and job seekers the chance to connect. Business members may set up booths with information or distribute freebies while discussing employment opportunities with local residents. Nonmembers may pay $25 in order to attend.
On Friday, December 2, downtown shops and restaurants will join together to present The Chamber’s Hometown Christmas. Visitors will enjoy hay rides, Santa visits and movies at the theater; additionally food trucks will make an appearance this year! Ruben Castellon, Hal Nunn and Chris Holland from Hoke County News/Daily Dispatch staff writers will also attend as staff writers for these publications.