New Investors Support Partnership's Regional Vision

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Regional business leaders continue to show support for The Southeastern Partnership and its efforts to bring new jobs and economic investment to North Carolina’s Southeast Region. In recent months, six companies and organizations have stepped forward to support the organization as investors:

Cape Fear Farm Credit – Part of the nation’s Farm Credit System, the lending cooperative for agribusinesses and rural residents has 11 branches across a 12-county service area.

WK Dickson – The leading engineering firm provides community infrastructure expertise that includes aviation facilities, water and sewer systems, stormwater management solutions, urban development, parks and more.

Wilmington International Airport – ILM supports corporate, commercial and general aviation through extensive fixed-base operations and non-stop passenger service to four eastern U.S.cities.

McGladrey – With corporate roots extending to the 1920s, the firm supports clients with a full array of accounting, risk advisory, tax planning, wealth management and other services.

Southern Industrial Constructors – Part of EMCOR Group, the firm is a leading provider of turnkey industrial construction, plant installation, relocation and maintenance services in the Carolinas.

Tri City, Inc. – Founded in 1964 by North Carolina business legend Claude Smith, the firm develops and owns a national portfolio of retail, residential, office and resort properties.