10/1/14

Spotlight On Business - RSVP Cape Fear


Terry Hall, superior shopper, owner and publisher, brought RSVP Cape Fear to Wilmington residents over eight years ago. Since then RSVP Cape Fear has grown to become a trusted resource for local homeowners to shop among top Dining & Entertainment businesses, Home Improvement providers, Professional Services, Luxury Retailers and Health & Beauty businesses in Wilmington.

RSVP Cape Fear postcards provide an elegant and portable, money saving resource for consumers and businesses that seek value and real results. Our goal as a local business is to provide our community with a publication full of exciting offers and promotions to help enhance their homes and lifestyles. With this as our vision we invite you to preview our online publication at www.RSVPcapefear.com.

If your favorite business is not in the RSVP Cape Fear postcard pack we invite you to complete the survey on our home page and tell us who you'd like to receive specials from. We also welcome you to share your favorite RSVP Cape Fear offers with your community and via social media.



Visit Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce for additional member information.

9/30/14

American Legion Fish Fry


1st Friday of the month (Friday, October 3) from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, the American Legion Post 129 will hold a tasty Fish Fry at 1500 Bridge Barrier Road in Carolina Beach (910.458.4253).
For $8 a plate, you will receive Large Whiting fillet or NC Farm raised catfish nuggets, hush puppies, cole slaw, potato salad, iced tea or coffee. Beer and Wine available for purchase. Captain Ray’s Award Winning Seafood Chowder or Conch Chowder is also available for purchase. October through March. Eat In or Take Out.




For an additional fee, the Ladies Auxiliary will give you choices of dessert.

Find more eats and sweets at the many amazing Carolina Beach and Kure Beach restaurants online at pleasureislandnc.org.

9/29/14

Welcome New Chamber Members


These businesses realized the importance of economic growth for Pleasure Island, and have pledged their support by investing in your Chamber of Commerce. Please support your community by calling on these businesses when you are in need of products and services

Nicole Becken
Orthopaedic Specialists
1300 Bridge Barrier Road, Building 3
Carolina Beach, NC 28428
910.458.8884
Nicole.Becken@irg.net
www.OrthopaedicSpecialists.com
Orthopaedic care and Physical Therapy

Carlton A. Brown
EntreServe Corporation
Carolina Beach, NC 28428
800.655.5698
Carlton@EntreServ.com
www.EntreServe.com
Digital Services, Financial Services, Print & Copy

Robert Lewis
The Island Men
Carolina Beach, NC 28428
910.599.2879
TheIslandMen@gmail.com
www.IslandMen.org

Non-Profit Organization

Todd Barber
The Last Resort (New Owners)
600 N. Lake Park Blvd..
Carolina Beach, NC 28428
910.228.1300
T.Barber@icloud.com
Barbary.Coast@hotmail.com
North Carolina’s smallest Bar

Jenni Pietsch
SeaWitch (New Owner)
227 Carolina Beach Ave. North
Carolina Beach, NC 28428
910.707.0533
SeaWitchEntertainment@yahoo.com
www.SeaWitchTikiBar.com
Bar and Restaurant, Outdoor seating, Pet Friendly, Entertainment

Want to learn about how a Chamber membership could benefit your business? Call 910-458-8434 or learn more here: http://pleasureislandnc.org/become-a-member.php

9/26/14

Pancake Breakfast at The Katie B. Hines Senior Center

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

1st Saturday of the month (October 4, 2014) from 7:30 am –11:00 am
Pancake Breakfast—Just $6.00 includes pancakes, sausage, eggs, juice & coffee

where:
Katie B. Hines Senior Center
308 Cape Fear Blvd.

more info:
(910) 458-6609

The Katie B. Hines Senior Center is a New Hanover County facility.
See you there!

9/24/14

Spotlight on Business - EntreServ


I started EntreServ in 2011. Luke Whitley and myself funded the startup. Both of us are venture capital-ists, but we both grew up on adjoining farms in Halifax County (Enfield, NC).
The company is family run and operates a 3 divisions under one umbrella. We will be a Pleasure Island company. My family was originally from Carolina Beach, before my great grandmother (Ila Jane Brigman) married and moved in the 1950’s. She along with Great Aunt’s Laura and Florence owned the arcade here and rented out rooms above it. My Aunt’s cont’d to live here so my mother spent a lot of time here as a child, and it was always our vacation spot to come even long after their passing’s .

Carlton A. Brown
President | CEO



Company Overview
EntreServ Digital designs, builds, and maintains high-performance websites, mobile apps, blogs, social media, e-mail marketing & online reputation management! We are Google Partners, and app developers for Apple & Android.

EntreServ Capital connects small business owners with short-term cash needs to investors willing to lend it to them. When banks say no, we say yes. Bad Credit isn't a problem, we require no tax returns, collateral or personal guarantees for loans between $1000-$250,000. 

EntreServ Print & Copy offers the very best quality, high-volume print and copy services available, and we match that quality with the very best prices - bar none! Let us quote your next print job, we'll save you 30%-50% and we'll deliver a better product.

About Carlton
A North Carolina Entrepreneur, Carlton has invested in numerous companies since the late 1980's. Originally from Roanoke Rapids NC, he currently calls Carolina Beach home.

All projects and investments in which he holds a majority interest are managed by Carlton Brown Companies and include: Digital Media, Small Business Lending, Outdoor Advertising, Print & Copy Services, as well as Commercial, Residential & Farm Property Rentals.

Quick to help out a good cause, Carlton has committed his time, energy and money to many charities and non-profits including The Chil-dren's Miracle Network, Duke University's Iron Dukes, The Miracle League of the Triangle and served 4-years on the Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau (Eastern NC) as an Officer, Director and the Company's Vice-Chairman.

9/22/14

WILMINGTON ARTIST HARRIET M. FORBIS SELECTED 2014 SEAFOOD BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL POSTER CONTEST WINNER



“Jazz: The Soul of New Orleans” by Wilmington Artist Harriett M. Forbes, 2014 Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival Poster Winner

This year’s Artist for the 21st Annual Pleasure Island Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival is Wilmington artist Harriet M. Forbis with her New Orleans Jazz-inspired tuba performer with a glow in his rainbow-cloaked eyes.  Harriett states that on a 2010 venture to the Delta City of New Orleans, she came across a unique and sizable performer at CafĂ© Du Monde that inspired this wonderfully kaleidescoped rainbow piece entitled “Jazz: The Soul of New Orleans”.  Harriet is a former resident of Winston-Salem, NC and relocated to southeast North Carolina three years ago.

Harriet worked for the State of North Carolina as a teacher of children with disabilities and as a consultant with the North Carolina Assistive Technology Program.  With retirement, Harriet picked up her passion for photography and took additional classes in drawing and painting, specializing in flowers and nature scenes.  This led to more classes and workshops (including lessons from famed artist Carol Ann Herring in her Statesville Studio).  Harriett has moved up into teaching her own classes, recently at the Florence Art School in the North Carolina Mouintains. 

Harriet M. Forbes, 2014 Poster Winner
with Chamber President Gail McCloskey 
with the winning entry and the Festival Poster.
Harriett is a member of the Wilmington Art Association and has been part of their juried Spring Art Show the past three years.  In 2013, her painting “Pink Organdy” was selected as the winner of their poster contest  In addition, her painting “el turista” won Best of Show at the 2014 Southport Summer Regional Art Show which was juried by nationally recognized water colorist Judy Betts.

This year we had a total of nineteen entries which made for a difficult decision for the judges.  All of the entries were very colorful, fanciful and energetic.  The kinetic brightness and colorful presentation of Harriet’s piece set this year’s selection apart from the others.


We are proud to have Harriet Forbis represent the 21st year of this great Festival.  Harriet will be attending the Festival where she will be signing posters, discussing her inspiration for this piece and offering additional selections of her musically-inspired, colorful and unique artwork in the Arts and Wine Garden.  Posters and T-shirts will be on sale soon at the Chamber offices and will be available at the Festival as long as supplies last. Again, Congratulations Harriett!!

For more information please call the Chamber at 910-458-8434 or email at greg@pleasureislandnc.org.

9/17/14

SAVE THE DATE: 2014 Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival


21st Annual Pleasure Island Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival

October 11th & 12th



For additional information, please visit Pleasure Island Event Calendar.

If you're traveling to Pleasure Island for this festival, we invite you to search our site on Where to Stay, Where to Play, Where to Eat and explore Local Businesses to get the most out of your trip.

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