Welcome back to our small business series with Carolina Blogging. This is the place where we share information with you about small businesses in and around the Carolina’s. Today we are highlighting Tomahawk Design Co., a graphic design business out of Baltimore, Maryland.
We’ve made a few changes to the blog that I am over the moon thrilled to be able to share with you!
Show some love to your local business owners this Saturday for Small Business Saturday. Here is a list of small businesses in the Carolina’s that we have interviewed in the past and a few of our blog members favorites.
Join us as we take a look at the unique small businesses of the Carolinas. These are Carolina businesses that you need to know about! As part of our Carolina Travels small business series, we are chatting with the owner of GiRL (Gifted in Rhythm & Life).
To kick off 2017 with the first Carolina Blogging Meet & Greet, we are proud to introduce John Choquette, a North Carolina author of Burlwood Forest, Through the Woods and Many Fields. John will be speaking to members of Carolina Blogging in an upcoming blogger meet & greet about his business, trials as a new author and business owner in North Carolina and his inspiration for writing.
Beginning in 1939 by Mr. and Mrs. Charlie and Anne Grainger, “Peacock Alley” located off Queen Street in Wilmington, NC became the first drive-in in town. After 40 years of business, the Graingers retired leaving a long legacy of good food, great memories, and lifelong friendships. Purchased in 2012 by Louis North, he revived the hot dog tradition but added his own staples to the menu introducing his famous brisket, bbq, and chicken salad to accompany the homemade soups and sides. Charlie Graingers is now expanding, bringing the values of a classic Southern restaurant to the rest of the Country.