January 5, 2017

47th Annual Chamber Awards Gala Event at WinMock at Kinderton ~ Tickets Still Available!

A Gala Event ~ The Tradition Continues The Davie County Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Gala has been a signature Davie County event since 1970.  This tradition continues on Thursday, January 19th, and tickets are still available! Schedule Highlights The 47th Annual Chamber Awards Gala will be held at the WinMock at Kinderton in Bermuda Run. The evening will begin at 6:00 PM with a welcome reception featuring light hors d’oeuvres, delicious Davie County wines, and mingling.  At 7:00 PM, the event will move to the upstairs loft for a buffet dinner as well as the awards presentation and a […]
December 27, 2016

Delighting the Crowds at the Mocksville Bed Races!

“Twas the Night Before Bed Race” and all through the town, were a series of teams wishing the flag would go down; More rapid than eagles the race beds they came, And the crowds whistled, and shouted, and called them by name: Now Manna Movers! Now Minions! Now WXII! On Crazy Legs! On Skills USA! On Bandits!  On Express Delivery! The town of Mocksville raced into the Christmas season on November 18th with the 5th Annual “Twas the Night Before” Bed Race as 20 race teams made the mad dash down Main Street. $500 in Cash Prizes at Stake! At […]
December 12, 2016

“Up on the Rooftop” Davie County Christmas Ornament Still Available

Christmas is quickly approaching, but it’s not too late to pick up your “Up on the Rooftop” 2016 Davie County commemorative Christmas ornament.  This beautiful hand-crafted pewter ornament will not only add some sparkle to your tree, but would make the perfect gift for your Davie County friends and family. “Up on the Rooftop” This year’s fire truck-shaped ornament salutes the services and sacrifices of our fire departments and emergency personnel. Ornaments may be purchased for $8.00 at Bank of the Ozarks, BB&T, Town Hall and the Davie County Chamber of Commerce. “Up on the Rooftops” is the 26th is […]
December 7, 2016

Advance Christmas Parade, Carriage Rides, Christmas Concert – This Weekend!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and Davie County has holiday activities to delight both young and old this weekend. Advance Christmas Parade at 10 am Grab a cup of hot chocolate and a chair and head to the Advance Christmas parade. Parade participants meet by 9 am in the parking lot of Shady Grove Elementary School on Cornatzer Road. The parade begins at 10 am at the school and follows Cornatzer Road, turning right onto Highway 801 and left on Peeples Creek Road. Carriage Rides Through Downtown Mocksville What better way to enjoy the Christmas lights than […]
December 5, 2016

Opening Doors in Davie County — Reeb Millwork Expanding, Adding Jobs

The North Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority has awarded the Town of Mocksville a $100,000 building reuse grant that will facilitate a 10-job expansion as well as renovations at REEB Millwork. The grant is part of a total capital investment of $320,451. The company custom-manufactures and distributes millwork products such as entry doors,interior doors, columns and accessories stairs across the eastern United States. “Opening doors in Davie County is what we continue to do as Reeb brings new jobs and opportunities to our community,” said Davie County Economic Development President Terry Bralley. “With Reeb, Davie County now hosts one of the […]
November 30, 2016

Winterfest is FREE! —Huge inflatable slide, bounce house, hay rides, and balloon crafts!

There will be chills and thrills for the whole family at Winterfest on Saturday, December 3rd, from noon to 5 pm at Junker’s Mill Outdoor Stage at 107 South Salisbury Street, Mocksville. You will “frolic and play the eskimo way” as you fly down SnowZilla, the inflatable tubing slide. At 31’ Tall and 90’ Long, and with two sliding lanes, it’s a WOW ride for kids and adults of all ages! The perfect simulation of a slide down a snow covered hill! You won’t want to miss the bounce house available for smaller children, hay rides, and balloon art and […]
November 28, 2016

4th Annual Best of Davie Awards – Vote Online today!

Everyone has their favorites –the restaurant that serves that special dish, the stylist who always gets your haircut just right, or the boutique that always has the perfect gift. Well it’s time again to give those businesses the recognition they deserve by voting online today for “THE BEST” in 16 categories in the 4th Annual Best of Davie Awards! We all know just how special our community is—and judging from all the new businesses and enterprises choosing to locate here, it seems the word is starting to spread. The Davie County Chamber of Commerce is giving you a chance to […]
November 15, 2016

Bed Races & Christmas Parade Kick-off Hometown Holidays 2016!

Races Friday night , Parade Saturday – Historic Downtown Mocksville will race into the Christmas season this Friday night, November 18th as 20 intrepid teams from local businesses, non-profits and WXII-12 News take part in the 5th annual “Twas the Night Before” Bed Races. The festivities will begin with the lighting of the Oaks and downtown businesses at dusk followed by the bed races at 6 pm. New this Year – Short Course for Teams Aged 60+ Participants for the short course race for teams aged 60+ are still needed! The winning team will receive a $100 prize! Contact Tami […]
November 14, 2016

Sabeti Wain Aerospace – Another Manufacturer Expanding in Davie County

The next time you buckle up on an airplane, you may be sitting on a little piece of home. Sabeti Wain Aerospace (SWA) makes seat covers right here in Davie County for Southwest Airlines and many other international airlines as well as numerous airline seat vendors. The company is recognized as an innovator in seat cover design and manufacturing, and pioneered the development of lamination technology. The lamination process enhances styling options, improves overall appearance, and increases durability and comfort. “The interior design of the aircraft is one of the only opportunities an airline has to distinguish itself,” said Ian […]