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Announcing Choose Cape Fear

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce “Choose Cape Fear.” The marketing campaign was officially unveiled at last night’s 150th Annual Meeting, along with its related assets, which include a website and logo.

The Wilmington Chamber and regional partners established “Choose Cape Fear” as an integrated marketing campaign aimed at generating long-term business interest, investment and impact in the Cape Fear Region. The campaign’s mission is to raise awareness of the region’s expansive business infrastructure, and to attract and spur economic development for the future.

North Carolina’s four-county Cape Fear Region – including Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover and Pender counties –  is the ideal intersection of infrastructure, resources and lifestyle crucial to a successful business start-up, expansion or relocation.

One of the fastest-growing areas in the southeastern United States, the Cape Fear Region is home to a skilled and educated workforce; offers a well-connected transportation infrastructure; and is committed to smart, sustained business growth. Already home to Fortune 500 companies and first-time entrepreneurs, precision manufacturers and high-tech masterminds, the Cape Fear Region continues to invest in the growth and success of businesses from a wide range of industries.

Please visit our new website, www.choosecapefear.com, for more information about this exciting initiative.

We would also like to thank our partners in the Choose Cape Fear initiative:

  • North Carolina’s Southeast
  • Wilmington Business Development
  • North Carolina State Ports Authority
  • North Carolina Biotechnology Center
  • Cape Fear Council of Governments
  • Brunswick County Economic Development
  • Marine Biotechnology Center of Innovation
  • Wilmington International Airport
  • Columbus Jobs Foundation
  • Wilmington Downtown Inc.
  • Columbus County Economic Development Commission
  • Town of Leland