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Feb. 12 New corporations


Monday, February 12, 2018

The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed Feb. 5-7 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:

■ Compassionate Advocacy Services LLC, agent Toni Roberson, 937 Ellery Drive, Greenville.

■ The CraftSmith LLC, agent Glenda Margie Smith, 5011 Grifton Hugo Road, Grifton.

■ Ctc2 LLC, agent Henry Chambless III, 1625 E. Firetower Road, Greenville.

■ Dickens Funeral Service Inc., agent Olga T. Dickens, 3690 Highway 111 North, Tarboro.

■ Edmundson LLC, agent Tanya Edmundson, 102 Galahad Drive, Greenville.

■ Gold Point Farms LLC, agent John Daniel Roberson III, 21822 N.C. 903, Robersonville.

■ Greater Vision Christian Church Inc., non-profit, agent Jessie Bowen, 2140 Coleman Drive, Winterville.

■ Jay and Tee Transport Corp., agent Juan Dechabert, 322 Cedar Landing Road, Windsor.

■ MONIQUE'S Salon and Spa LLC, agent Monique L. Gaddy, 203 W. Simmons Ave., Williamston.

■ NC East Restoration LLC, agent Logan Evans, 280 Cherry Hill Church Road, Tarboro.

■ Quality Framing Service LLC, agent Jose David Perez Gomez, 1122 Evans St., Ste. 103, Greenville.

■ Rommel Construction LLC, agent Andrew Lalor Rommel, 1501 Beal St., Rocky Mount.

■ Sartin Solutions Inc., agent T.R. Thompson Jr., 9170 N.C. Highway 306 South, Aurora.

■ S & M Enterprises of Washington LLC, agent Marita Leong, 102 Simmons St., Washington.

■ Steeplegate Village LLC, agent Amanda P. Hodierne, 804 Green Valley Road, Ste. 200, Greenville.

■ Take 2 Development Center Inc., agent Regina Pugh, 306 B Kristin Drive, Greenville.

■ The Tax Office of Greenville LLC, agent Christian Blount, 5215 Stantonsburg Road, Greenville.

■ WAD Fitness Services LLC, agent Lisa P. Douglas, 1003 Red Banks Road, Greenville.

■ Wells Family Business Investments LLC, agent Danielle Wells, 130 Bowspirit Place, Bath.

■ Tom Thumb Hold­ings LLC, agent Suzanne S. Holmes, 3604 Hunt­ing­ton Road, Greenville.

■ Triple 3 En­ter­prises LLC, agent Late­sha Bose­man, 218 Stan­cil Drive, Apt. A5, Greenville.

■ Whit­ford In­vest­ment Hold­ings LLC, agent Daniel Christo­pher Whit­ford, 748 Down Shore Road, Blounts Creek.

■ ZION Pro­mo­tions LLC, agent Lester Howard, 740 S.E. Greenville Blvd., Ste. 400-271, Greenville.


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