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2023 has been designated the North Carolina "Year of the Trail," which is a year-long celebration and series of events and messaging that encourage people to get outdoors and enjoy the expansive trail systems that NC has to offer!

This initiative boosts tourism and shows off every beautiful corner of our great state. Join Downtown Morehead City, Inc., and the Great Trails State Coalition as we explore our unique network of "trails," both near and far.

For more information, please visit https://greattrailsnc.com/

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DUKE ENERGY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES DOWNTOWN MOREHEAD CITY, INC. IS $25,000 HOMETOWN REVITALAZATION GRANT RECIPIENT

We are pleased to announce the 2022 Small Business Support Grant Recipients, courtesy of the Duke Energy Foundation's Hometown Revitalization Grant. DMC, Inc. was able to award $25,000 to 16 downtown businesses, including:

 

Arendell Room Bar

Big Rock Blue Marlin Store

BluSail Golitz Studios

Bodhi Yoga & Massage

Downtown Barre

Eye to Eye Optical

Genesis Custom Construction

Gigi & Co.

Ginny Gordon's

Hope Mission Thrift Store

Knit Knook

New Wave Barber Shop

Parsons General Store

Tranquility Day Spa

The View at Sugarloaf

Wine & Design

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DOWNTOWN DOLLARS

Give the gift of making memories at a downtown Morehead City restaurant, bar, or shop. Downtown Morehead City, Inc. is introducing Downtown Dollars, certificates used in lieu of cash at all participating downtown Morehead City businesses. Downtown Dollars can be purchased in increments of $10. Please note that no change is given and dollars cannot be used to substitute for tips. Click here to purchase or contact Downtown Morehead City, Inc. at 252-808-0440 or at info@downtownmoreheadcity.com

CONGRATS

to our 2021 Main Street Champion

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INVESTMENTS IN MAIN STREET COMMUNITIES GROW TO $4.5 BILLION

Designated North Carolina Main Street and Small Town Main Street communities received more than $439.9 million in local private and public investment, welcomed more than 300 new businesses and 1,900 new jobs to its downtown districts during Fiscal Year 2021-2022, the N.C. Main Street and Rural Planning Center announced.

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