Lenoir Committee of 100 kicks off 2019 membership drive

Lenoir Committee of 100 kicks off 2019 membership drive

Keely Koonce, with the Lenoir Committee of 100/Lenoir County Economic Development, is presented a membership drive check from Tony Renfroe of Kinston Fibers. Submitted photo


The Lenoir Committee of 100 started its 2019 membership drive by receiving a generous contribution from Lewis Barnhardt with Barnhardt Manufacturing Company, owners of Kinston Fibers, in the amount of $12,500. This gift secures them a Platinum membership status with the Committee of 100 and a seat on the Board.

Barnhardt Manufacturing Company has been in Lenoir County since 2010, and is a leading manufacturer in the cotton industry. Barnhardt has been extremely supportive of Lenoir County and Lenoir Committee of 100's mission since becoming a member of our manufacturing community.

If you have an interest in joining this organization or participating in the membership drive by supporting economic development in Lenoir County, please contact Keely Koonce at lenoircountyc100@gmail.com

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