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May 21 New corporations

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Monday, May 21, 2018

The following new corporations in Pitt and neighboring counties filed May 14-16 with the N.C. Secretary of State’s office:

■ Agro Automated LLC, agent Jonathan E. Sherrill III, 700 Cedarhurst Road, Greenville.

■ Aubrey's Foundation Inc., nonprofit, agent Shenikqua Morgan, 108 S. Haines St., Williamston.

■ Bridle LLC, agent Gregory James, 315 Evans St., Greenville.

■ Chocowinity 17 LLC, agent Gregory James, 315 Evans St., Greenville.

■ Clean Consistency LLC, agent Sheikka Outlaw, 408 Hoggard Mill Road, Windsor.

■ Craft Autonomy LLC, agent Helen L. Wooten, 4195 Anderson Chapel Road, Macclesfield.

■ Dominion Kids Inc., nonprofit, agent Latisha Coward, 1012 Dickinson Ave., Greenville.

■ Goin Green Inc., agent Jeffrey Blount, 625 Goldrock Road, Rocky Mount.

■ Greenville Evans PS LLC, agent Gregory James, 315 Evans St., Greenville.

■ Greenville West Star LLC, agent Gregory James, 315 Evans St., Greenville.

■ The Imperial Building LLC, agent Stephen Horne, 300 Cotanche St., Greenville.

■ Infinity ENC LLC, agent Edwin L. Clark Jr., 426 Longmeadow Road, Greenville.

■ Innovative Home Improvements LLC, agent Miguel Zavala, 59 Kerr Lake Lane, Tarboro.

■ Interstate 440 Auto Detail Shop Inc., agent Ivan Brown, 3301 Greenfield Drive, Rocky Mount.

■ KeyBlade Publishings LLC, agent Brittany Joyner, 309 Conley St., Greenville.

■ Lives of Purpose Inc., nonprofit, agent Jennifer Dyson, 1458 Kelly Circle, Grimesland.

■ Moving In Faith Apostolic Ministry Inc., nonprofit, agent Lindsey E. Harris, 2994 Penny Hill Road, Greenville.

■ Odds-N-Ends Variety Inc., agent Lelia A. Whitney, 4325 Pilley Ave., Pantego.

■ Opal International LLC, agent Angela Opal Fenner, 101 E. Church St., Apt. 305, Tarboro.

■ Poplar Chapel Church of Christ, nonprofit, agent William G. Hardison, 1111 Dogwood Lanes, Jamesville.

■ Porter Building Co. LLC, agent Matthew H. Porter, 227 Windsor Road, Greenville.

■ Price Realty Group NC LLC, agent Brandon Price, 1224 Teakwood Drive, Greenville.

■ Sparks Technology Consulting LLC, agent William J. Sparks, 3849 Bailey Road, Williamston.

■ Spring Garden Missionary Baptist Church, nonprofit, agent Aaron Lewis, 205 Mansfield Road, Washington.

■ Toni's Creations LLC, agent Toni B. Ledford, 327 Hoggard Mill Road, Windsor.

■ Triple J Enterprise Inc., agent John Moore, 5197 N.C. Highway 222, Fountain.

■ Willis Landing Farm LLC, agent Miriam Willis Hughes, 107 First St., Merry Hill.

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