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Cumberland County
NOVEMBER
Apartment Association
2014
CommuniquГ©
In This Issue:
Page #
Monthly Letter from CCAA President
3
CCAA Events and Educational Opportunities
4-7
Political News and Views
8-9
NAA News
10
Community Outreach
11-14
CCAA Member Roster/New Members
17
Silver, Platinum Sponsors
16, 18-21
Of the Year Awards– 2014 Nominations Forms
22-34
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CCAA 2014 EXECUTIVE
DIRECTORS AND COMMITTEES
COMMUNIQUÉ
Name/Title/Company
Email Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
Angela Raupp
President
Caviness and Cates
[email protected]
910-481-0501
910-481-0587
Catina Rhinehart
Vice President
Outdoor Environments
[email protected]
910-670-0214
910-483-4167
Karen Rea Perkins
Treasurer
Reserve at Carrington Place
[email protected]
910-864-6886
910-864-6887
Mary Beth MacKenzie
Secretary
Disaster One
[email protected]
910-223-2611
910-348-3048
Kris Kenney
Vendor Associate Council
Sherwin Williams
[email protected]
910-867-6152
910-487-0679
Jonathan Elliot
Legislative
Arran Realty
[email protected]
910-864-1082
910-864-9529
April Scripture
The Regency Apartments
Education
[email protected]
910-867-5400
910-867-1471
Shannon Lane
Budget/Bylaws
Addison Ridge
[email protected]
910-867-9094
Kevin Paul
Membership
Highland Construction
[email protected]
910-485-6738
Heather Gonzalez
Membership
Addison Ridge
[email protected]
910-867-9094
Melissa Reid
Community Outreach
Apartment Finder Magazine
[email protected]
910-822-6448
Carey Petricka
Association Executive
[email protected]
919-368-5748
Donnie Cabral
Military Liasion
Fort Bragg Housing
[email protected]
910-396-9526
Jennifer Scott
Newsletter/Publicity
Westlake at Morganton
[email protected]
910-826-3750
910-826-3749
Kym Shoults
Immediate Past President
Independence Place
[email protected]
910-223-7132
910-223-7134
910-485-2469
910-868-7819
A LETTER FROM THE
CCAA PRESIDENT…..
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COMMUNIQUÉ
Dear CCAA Members,
Thank you to everyone who attended the CCAA October luncheon and annual Officers
election for 2014! I would like to thank each one of you for allowing me to serve as your
president for the past year and for helping this association grow. I have thoroughly
enjoyed serving as your CCAA president and will continue to serve in a very active role
as the CCAA president for 2015. I look forward to working with each one of you as we
continue to grow this amazing association!
You will not want to miss our upcoming Education Classes that are scheduled over the
next few months. The Education Committee continues to work hard to add even more
great classes to the schedule for next year. Please take a moment to review and make
plans to attend our upcoming events. Our calendar of events is on page 4 of this
newsletter.
Make sure you are also paying close attention to the Legislative Issues that are affecting
the Multi-Family Housing Industry. The NC General Assembly moved very fast this
year. We will need your help in 2015 writing letters, making phone calls and sending
emails from time to time. There is power in numbers!
This is your CCAA so let us hear from you about how we can make our association
work better for you and your business. Do not be afraid to present new ideas or give us
feedback. We are here for you and to help you grow your businesses!
See you all on Thursday November 20, 2014 at the AIT Building for the Luncheon and
the Legal Seminar with Will Brownlee.
Sincerely,
Angela Raupp
President
Cumberland County Apartment Association
CCAA EDUCATION/
AANC PAC
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COMMUNIQUÉ
CCAA Proudly Presents: 2014 Events/Education Calendar
November 20, 2014
Luncheon Legal Seminar-Will Brownlee
November 20, 2014
Regional Roundtable-(after luncheon)
December 2014
CAPS– class dates: 3, 10, 11, 15, + 17
January 29, 2015
“Of the Year” Awards Ceremony
January /February 2015
CAMT– class dates: Jan 12 + Feb 9
*Classes and dates are subject to change.
Contact: [email protected] for more information.
Don’t forget to make your AANC PAC donation!
http://www.aanconline.org/membership/contribute/
In 2010, AANC Apartment Association of North Carolina leaders identified the need for more focused, statelevel lobbying efforts on behalf of the Multifamily industry. As a result, the AANC PAC Political Action
Committee was formed. We are enthused about the AANC PAC, its goal of educating candidates for public
office, and the potential benefits to the North Carolina apartment industry.
The AANC PAC needs you to help shape government in North Carolina!
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Landlord/Tenant Law
Building Codes
Forced Section 8
Maintenance Licensing
Impact Fees/Tax Policy
Utility Regulations
Inspections
Swimming Pool Rules
If the issues above are important to you and your business, please consider contributing to the AANC PAC
today. By taking a proactive role in North Carolina government, we can help shape the legislature and protect
our interests as multifamily professionals Become part of the solution by donating to the AANC PAC!
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CCAA EDUCATION:
LEGAL SEMINAR
COMMUNIQUÉ
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CCAA EDUCATION:
CAMT
COMMUNIQUÉ
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CCAA EDUCATION:
CAPS
COMMUNIQUÉ
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NEWS AND VIEWS:
REPUBLICAN PARTY
COMMUNIQUÉ
CDL Program for Veterans Extended into 2015
Gov. Pat McCrory announced last week that North Carolina will be extending a truck
driving program that helps military members find jobs. Paul Woolverton of the
Fayetteville Observer wrote an article on this program with some additional information.
This program, and others like it, are effective in helping our military more effectively
find jobs as civilians. The extension of this CDL program is another mark towards North
Carolina’s commitment to our military.
During the 2013 session I sponsored and worked to help pass a similarly-styled bill, HB
322/SB 280. This bill, which was passed into law, allowed veterans to use their military experience to obtain a commercial driver’s
license (CDL). More information on this program can be found here.
This is what I wrote about it in my newsletter for June of 2013:
“Recently retired and discharged military members may soon be able to use their military experience to obtain a commercial driver’s
license.
I recently presented House Bill 322, CDL Requirements/Military Experience, and it was subsequently passed by the Senate into the
house for concurrence. I was the primary sponsor on the companion version of this bill, Senate Bill 280. The bill, if it becomes law,
would waive the skills test requirement for individuals with experience driving commercial vehicles in the military.
The bill also helps correct a problem faced by many veterans upon leaving the military: difficulty finding employment in the civilian
world. Employers often have little understanding of their military experience or how it relates to their business goals. Obtaining a
CDL by using skills gained in the military is a great way to give veterans the opportunity to easily move into a new career and adjust
to civilian life. Members of the military worked very hard to obtain the knowledge and skills they have. It’s important that we
utilize these assets wisely, rather than requiring unnecessary training and testing.
North Carolina, as America’s most military-friendly state, needs to lead on these issues. Personally, I am proud to represent
Cumberland County on this issue. Anything we can do to ease the transition for these brave men and women is a good thing for
Cumberland County, North Carolina, and beyond.”
To Contact Senator Meredith:
Email him at [email protected]
Call the office at: (919) 733-5776
Fax: (919) 715-7586
Address all Postal Mail to:
Senator Wesley Meredith
Room 314 Legislative Office Building
300 N. Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27603-5925
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NEWS AND VIEWS:
DEMOCRATIC PARTY
COMMUNIQUÉ
Hagan Statement on National Minimum Wage Day
Washington, DC - U.S. Senator Kay Hagan released the following statement in recognition of National Minimum Wage Day and renewed her call
for Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour.
"Every North Carolinian who works full time, or works multiple jobs just to get by, should earn a wage they can live on and a wage that allows
them to support their families. But that's not the reality for minimum wage earners in North Carolina, the majority of whom are women, who struggle each day to pay the bills and put food on the table and gas in the car.
"Today, National Minimum Wage Day, is a gut check for our country. The federal minimum wage has remained unchanged for more than five
years, losing its value as it fails to keep up with rising prices and inflation. Gradually increasing the wage to $10.10 an hour would benefit more
than one million North Carolinians who would then put that money right back into our local economies - at the grocery store, the hardware store
and the auto repair shop. Raising the minimum wage is more than just commonsense, it's part of our commitment to ensure everyone in North Carolina has the opportunity to grow both strong and great, and I won't stop fighting until hardworking North Carolinians are earning the wage they
deserve.
In North Carolina, raising the minimum wage would:
В· Increase wages for 1.1 million workers by an average of nearly $1600 per year - money that would go right back into our state's economy.
В· Lift nearly 220,000 North Carolinians out of poverty.
В· Help boost incomes for over 30,000 veterans living in North Carolina and 582,000 nationwide.
В· Provide a raise for 600,000 women in North Carolina. Women account for 2 out of every 3 workers earning the minimum wage, and raising it
would help to close the gender wage gap.
Contact Senator Kay Hagan
Mailing Address:
310 New Bern Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone 919-856-4630
Fax 919-856-4053
https://www.facebook.com/SenatorHagan
http://www.twitter.com/SenatorHagan
http://www.hagan.senate.gov/contact/
Hagan Statement on Response to the Ebola Crisis
Greensboro, NC - U.S. Senator Kay Hagan issued the following statement about the ongoing Ebola crisis:
"I have said for weeks that travel restrictions should be one part of a broad strategy to prevent Ebola from spreading in the U.S. and fighting it in
Africa. I am calling on the Administration to temporarily ban the travel of non-U.S. citizens from the affected countries in West Africa. Although
stopping the spread of this virus overseas will require a large, coordinated effort with the international community, a temporary travel ban is a prudent step the President can take to protect the American people, and I believe he should do so immediately."
NAA NEWS
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http://www.naahq.org/read/industry-insider
COMMUNIQUÉ
Where and Why Are Apartment Rents Rising Steadily?
Digested From "Apartment Rents Are Rising Steadily and Quickly" Wall Street Journal (10/02/14) Whelan, Robbie
Reis Inc. reports that the pace of rent growth for U.S. apartments is accelerating despite an uptick in construction of new rental units.
This comes as the economy steadily improves and vacancies remain stubbornly low. Rental rates rose 1 percent from July through
September to an average of $1,111 a month nationwide -- a 3.3 percent increase from the third quarter of 2013. Apartment rents,
which have now risen nationally for 23 quarters in a row, are 15.2 percent higher than they were at the official end of the recession in
2009. The figures suggest the five-year squeeze on renters shows little sign of easing, states Reis economist Ryan Severino. He
forecasts that the pace of rent growth will continue to quicken for at least the next year to 18 months before moderating during the
next few years, with a stubbornly low level of apartment vacancies being the biggest driver. In total, developers added 46,055 new
rental units to the nation's apartment supply in the three-month period ended Sept. 30 -- a 23.1 percent increase over the rate of
construction a year earlier. Only 4.2 percent of apartments were vacant in the third quarter, down from 4.3 percent year over year.
Reis research further shows that apartment costs are growing fastest on the West Coast, where rapid growth in the technology
industry is fueling an uptick in demand throughout such markets as the Bay Area, Silicon Valley, and the Pacific Northwest. Going city
by city, monthly rents in San Francisco grew fastest at a rate of 6.4 percent over the past year followed by San Jose (up 5.9 percent)
and Seattle (up 5.7 percent). Annual rents also climbed in a number of cities in the South and Great Plains, most notably Nashville
(4.9 percent), Charleston (4.7 percent), and Denver (also 4.7 percent). "We're not seeing people move out of our apartments to buy
single-family homes at the rate they have in the past," concludes Equity Residential CEO David Neithercut. "We're seeing a very, very
strong demographic picture of the Millennial generation and lots of demand for rentals in center cities."
See more at: http://www.naahq.org/read/industry-insider/10-07-2014#750321
More Households Doubling Up as Rents Rise
Digested From "More American Households Doubling Up as Rents Rise" RISMedia (10/13/14) Salama, Camille
A new report from Zillow shows that rents continue to outpace incomes, forcing more Americans to live together to share expenses.
The analysis shows a jump in the percentage of adults living in doubled-up households without being married or partners to 32
percent as of 2012 from 25.4 percent in 2000 and 30.8 percent in 2010. The metro areas with the highest percentages of adults with
roommates are Los Angeles (47.9 percent), Miami (44.5 percent), New York (42.5 percent), and San Diego (39.7 percent). The rise
in doubled-up households can be attributed to the fact that Americans earning the national median income of $53,216 expect rent to
account for an all-time high of nearly 30 percent of their monthly incomes. Many would rather live with roommates than downsize or
move to a cheaper area.
See more at: http://www.naahq.org/read/industry-insider/10-21-2014#sthash.IU6ocAWr.dpuf
Hoping the Bedbugs Don't Bite in Apartments
Digested From "Bedbug Problems Stable, but the Tiny Bloodsuckers Are Still Pests..."
Omaha World-Herald (10/04/14) Gaarder, Nancy
Apartment communities have emerged as the new trouble spot for bedbugs because the pests are harder to control in such settings
as compared to hotels and individual homes. Multifamily housing generally has a good deal of clutter, which means more places for
bugs to hide. Furthermore, individual residents do not have full control over their building. Another factor is apartment owners who
may not be willing to treat buildings multiple times to effectively eradicate the bedbug menace. Still, bedbugs have been known to
worm their way into all sorts of commercial settings, even offices. Ron Harrison, director of technical services for Orkin, notes that the
pest has become established enough in the United States that it has made the move from hotels into homes, taking it a step closer to
the places where people work. Alan Schrier, owner of ARS Pest Management of Omaha, assures that the occasional calls that he
gets from corporate offices typically concern one or two bedbugs that have ridden into the office in a purse, briefcase, or clothing.
Harrison said bedbugs have a harder time establishing a population in a corporate setting than in a residential one, because bedbugs
thrive in cool, quiet, dark environments and prefer to feed at night. Cubicles and office schedules do not provide such an environment.
See more at: http://www.naahq.org/read/industry-insider/10-07-2014#sthash.r6ARppSh.dpuf
COMMUNITY OUTREACH
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Community Outreach
Last year, we went out and fed the homeless at Operation Inasmuch. Everyone enjoyed it and asked if they could do it again this
year, so we are. We will be serving breakfast on Monday December 29th. The details are still being worked out right now about the
time but we will let you know by email and in the newsletter next month. They also said that they are in desperate need of hand
warmers and first aid blankets if anyone would like to donate any of those. We are still taking nominations for the charity of the year
and have had a few nominated. So if you would like to nominate an organization, please let Melissa Reid
[email protected] know by November 12th.
Learn to Skate with the FireAntz
Children can learn to ice skate, build self-esteem and make new friends by participating in the
Learn to Skate with the Fayetteville FireAntz program. Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks &
Recreation, the Fayetteville FireAntz, Old Wilmington Improvement Group and the Crown
Complex are partnering to present the program at the Crown Coliseum. On Tuesday nights,
from Nov. 4 to Dec. 9 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., kids ages 5 to 17 years old will be taught the
basics of ice skating and receive motivation from members of the FireAntz hockey team. The
sessions cost $70 total and all equipment is provided. Any participant that signs up for the
Learn to Skate program will receive four free tickets to a hockey game in December, which
is a great benefit. “This is a new program that is geared towards acclimating youth to ice
hockey and skating,” said J.S. Spivey Recreation Center Supervisor Tommy Stewart. “Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation
is excited about this program and we are looking forward to getting the youth involved.”
To register for the program, participants may go to any recreation center or call the J.S. Spivey Recreation Center at (910) 433-1572.
Stewart said the program is already half-full, so anyone who is interested needs to sign up fast. For more information about
Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation, log onto www.fcpr.us. To learn more about the Fayetteville FireAntz and to view their
upcoming season’s schedule, visit www.fireantzhockey.com.
Do not forget to vote on Election Day, Nov. 4.
Citizens may call the Board of Elections at 910-678-7733 for more information or go to
co.cumberland.nc.us/elections for links to voter information, a polling place finder and the N.C. Board
of Elections.
Volunteer for the Holidays
As we head into the holiday season, remember there are lots of places that could use your help.
Lots of organizations need things that your company could help out with such as collecting can
goods, toys for children, items for the homeless or just even volunteering your time. If anyone
needs some suggestions, please contact Melissa Reid at [email protected]
~Remember, one person doing one act of kindness, can make a difference!~
COMMUNITY OUTREACH
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15th Anniversary of A Dickens Holiday
Presented by the Arts Council and the Downtown Alliance
On Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, Historic Downtown Fayetteville will again be
transformed into a unique and wonderful experience. So roll back the clock with
us -for A Dickens Holiday from 1 to 9 p.m. Horse-drawn carriages roll down Hay
Street carrying shoppers the old-fashioned way, past merchants’ windows adorned
with beautiful Victorian holiday decorations, past artisans and vendors of all sorts
of delightful treats. Joyful children pose with Father Christmas for memory-laden
pictures.
The smells of cider and gingerbread permeate the chilly air. And there is Ebenezer
Scrooge himself, pursued by the ghost of Jacob Marley. As darkness approaches
and the clock reaches 5 p.m., townspeople gather in front of the Arts Council for the candlelight procession to
the Market House, followed by fireworks.
Want to get involved? You can sign up to volunteer by e-mailing [email protected] For more
information, go to http://www.theartscouncil.com/dickensmain.php.
~Remember, one person doing one act of kindness, can make a difference!~
COMMUNITY OUTREACH
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Welcome to the Holly Day Fair!
November 6 – 9, 2014 at the Charlie Rose Agri-Expo Center located at
The Crown Expo Center 131 E. Mountain Drive Fayetteville, NC 28306
Super Shopper: $14 General Admission: $9 Children under 5 enter for
free
The Holly Day Fair is the largest holiday gift and craft show in Eastern
North Carolina. The Holly Day Fair is a one-stop holiday shopping event that draws an average
of 21,000 attendees and 200 vendors. Show-goers have an extensive selection of unique
handcrafted and manufactured products to select from. The unique and exclusive gifts include
Christmas decorations, crafts, jewelry, clothes, toys, food specialties, household accents, and
much more.
We are proud to report that the 2013 Holly Day Fair was a successful show, raising over
$300,000.00. All of these proceeds are given back to the local community through the Junior
League of Fayetteville’s various grants, partnerships, and our current Child Mental Health
Initiative. For more information, go to www.hollydayfair.com.
SISTER ACT is Broadway’s feel-amazing musical
comedy smash! The New York Post calls it
“RIDICULOUSLY FUN,” and audiences are jumping to
their feet in total agreement! Featuring original music
by 8-time Oscar winner ALAN MENKEN (Beauty and
the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Little Shop of Horrors),
SISTER ACT tells the story of Deloris Van Cartier, a
wannabe diva whose life takes a surprising turn when she witnesses a crime and the cops hide her
in the last place anyone would think to look-a convent! Under the suspicious watch of Mother
Superior, Deloris helps her fellow sisters find their voices as she unexpectedly rediscovers her own.
A sparkling tribute to the universal power of friendship, SISTER ACT is reason to REJOICE!
November 14 , 2014. For more information, visit online at www.community-concerts.com.
~Remember, one person doing one act of kindness, can make a difference!~
COMMUNITY OUTREACH
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About The Food Bank
The Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeast North Carolina works to eliminate the cycle of hunger through a wide
range of programs and services. They are achieved through our member agencies and local, state, and national partners.
A) The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP): A program designed for the distribution of surplus food from
the North Carolina Department of Agriculture to low-income families and individuals. The program is administered to
Cumberland, Hoke, Robeson, and Sampson counties through over 50 member agencies monthly.
B) State Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP): The North Carolina General Assembly provides funding for the North
Carolina State Nutritional Assistance Program otherwise known as SNAP. The program allows the food bank to
purchase products such as canned vegetables, fruits, soups, and other nutritional items which normally don’t come
through donations regularly.
C) Junior League Backpack Program: The program provides wholesome and nutritious food to elementary school
students. With the help of volunteers, the food bank provides food for backpacks each Thursday for distribution at
schools on Friday. Each student receives enough food for the weekend to supplement meals otherwise not available.
D) Senior Hunger Program
E) Nonfood Program: The food bank receives donations such as bikes, furniture, clothing, and other non-food items
from Target/Wal-Mart Distribution Center. Identified member agencies providing unique services to families and
children have access to the program.
F) Volunteer Program: Partnerships with local and state agencies provide volunteer and community service
opportunities to individuals and families. Youth have the opportunity to help the community and get training for future
careers. Families are afforded the opportunity to work hours towards new home attainment.
G) Grocery Retail Program: The grocery retail program rescues edible foods such as meat, deli, and other perishable
products from Food Lion and SAM’s Club. The food bank currently directly picks up from 14 local stores through the
program.
H) Salvage Program: The Food Bank receives and distributes donations from retail stores and reclamation centers
having incorrect labels, dented cans, or did not meet company product guidelines. These products are inspected to
ensure they are edible and safe products for consumption. In 2008, Wal-Mart Distribution Center in Hope Mills named
the food bank its charity of choice.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeast NC
406 Deep Creek Road Fayetteville, NC 28312
T: 1-800-758-6923
Executive Director: David Griffin
~Remember, one person doing one act of kindness, can make a difference!~
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Associate Members:
A+ Moving and Storage
Ai Insurance
Allegra Printing
All Signs and Graphics
All State Bullard Maynor Egan Agency
American Flooring & Wallpaper
American Furniture Rental
Amerijet Cleaning Services
Apartment Finder
Apartment Guide
Apartments.com
Appliance Warehouse of America, Inc.
ASG Security/Investigations
Ashley Investment Group
Biz Cards Express
Boles Supply
Brickman Group, The
Brownlee Law Firm
CAP Contract Services
Cape Fear Lawn Services
Cardinal Landscaping
Carolina Commercial Mortgage
Carolina Play Structures
Carolina Roofing Consultants
Carpet Dry Clean, Inc.
CRC Cary Reconstruction
Cashwell Appliance Parts
Central Warehouses
Century Link
ChoiceDATA, Inc.
Clegg’s Termite and Pest Control
CORT Furniture Rentals
Cumberland Carpets, Inc.
D and L Appliance Parts Company, Inc.
Diamond Constructors, Inc.
Disaster One
Express Floors
Fayetteville Human Relations Commission
Five Star Entertainment
Forrent.com
Fort Bragg Housing
Full House Marketing
Green Biz Landscaping
Greenview Partners
Guardian Water and Power
Gym Source
Highland Construction
James Hardie Building Products
J & J Pest Solutions
JMS Builders, LLC
Long Brothers Landscaping, Inc
Lowe’s Commercial Services
Master Exterminators
Miracle Method
Murray Supply Company
NC Employment Security Commission
Orkin Pest Control
Outdoor Environments
Pro Chem
Prosource Fitness Equipment
Redi-Carpet
Residence Inn by Marriott
Re-Store Warehouse
SealMaster
Sherwin Williams
Showcase Restorations
Signal 88 Security
Southern Carpets & Interiors, Inc
Spa & Pool World
Terminix
The Cart Doctor
The Eviction Team
Total Clean
Two Men and a Truck
USA Flooring
UPS Store Fort Bragg
UPS Store Westwood
US Lawns
Valet Waste
Waste Industries
Water Systems, Inc
Williams Carpet Care
Industry Members:
Aaims Property Management, Inc.
Abbotts Park Apartments
Abbotts Landing Apartments
Addison’s Ridge
Allstar Properties
Ansley at Patriot Park
Applewood Apartments
Arran Realty
Austin Creek Apartments
Autumn View Apartments
Barrington Place
Birchfield at Millstone Apartments
Briarwood Apartments
Bristol Park
Brittany Place Apartments
Britt Lake
Buckhead
Cedar Trace Landing
Chason Ridge Apartments
Church Street Apartments
Cleveland Crossing Apartments
Cliff Creek
Cobblestone Apartments
Commons at Pembroke, The
Cottages at Crystal Lake
Cottages on Elm
Crescent Commons
Cross Creek Cove
Cumberland Towers
Cumberland Trace Apartments
Family Lodge
Firetower Crossing
Glendale Townhomes
Heather Ridge
Heritage at Fort Bragg
Hidden Lake Apartments
Hubb Properties
Independence Place Apartments
Jamestown Commons
Kings Cross Apartments
Kingsley Towns
Kings Pointe Apartments
Lake Clair Apartments
Lakehurst Apartments
Lake in the Pines
Lakeshore Grande
Landmark Apartments
Legacy at Cross Creek
Liberty Square
Longhill Pointe
M&E Properties of NC, LLC
McArthur Landing
Meadowbrook at Kings Grant
Morganton Arms
Morganton Place
North Crossings Apartments
Parc Stone
Park at Clearwater
Pembroke Place Apartments
Pine Acres Park
Plaza Terrace Apartments
Raeford Crossing
Raeford Fields
Regency Apartments, LLC
Reserve at Carrington Place
Rim Creek Apartments
Sampson Square
Sandhill Manor
Stone Gables
Stone Ridge Apartments
South Main
Southwinds Apartments
Summerlyn Cottages
Tartan Place
Tamarack on the Lake
Tanglewood Apartments
The Astoria
The Cliffs at Waterford
The Crown at Steeplechase
The Enclave at Pamalee Square
The Grove at Park Place
The Heights at McArthur Park
The King’s Quarters at Jack Britt
The Plantation
The Preserve at Grand Oaks
The Stone Gate Apartments
The Villagio
Townes at Northridge Park
Treetop Apartments
Tyler’s Ridge at Sandhills Apartments
Village at Carver Falls
Village at Cliffdale
Village Gate Apartments
Village on the Lake
Villas of Summerfield
Waterford
Wayside
Westlake at Morganton
West Park Apartments
Windtree Apartments
Woodland Village Apartments, LLC
Woodstream Apartments
W.S. Wellons Realty
Please extend a warm welcome to the newest member(s) of the Cumberland County Apartment Association:
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PLATINUM SPONSOR
HIGHLAND CONSTRUCTION
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Highland Construction
Fire, Water and Storm Damage Repair
Why Choose Highland Construction
Highland Construction has been providing quality restoration and construction services in southeastern North Carolina since 1981.
Highland Construction is locally owned and family operated and can take care of all of your restoration and renovation needs, from
start to finish, top to bottom.
Services Offered
Our staff has many years of working with apartment communities, large and small, on all types of projects from large fires, water
and storm damage to small repairs. We are there with you through the insurance claim and construction process until your project is
complete. We offer:
Fire, Water and Storm Damage Repair
24 Hour Emergency Service
Certified Content Specialists
Mold Testing and Repair
Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning
General Construction & Renovation
Cabinet and Flooring Showroom
NC Licensed General Contractor
Certifications and Memberships
Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration (IICRC)
Certified Roof Inspectors – Commercial & Residential
Member of the Restoration Industry Association
EPA Lead Safe Certified Renovator
Accredited by the Better Business Bureau
Homebuilders Association of Fayetteville
Contact Kevin Paul at (910) 635-6738 or [email protected]
1409 Clinton Road, Fayetteville, NC 28312 В· (910) 485-6738 В· www.highland-inc.com
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PLATINUM SPONSOR
CARY RECONSTRUCTION
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The first step in getting your property back on the market:
hiring the people who’ve made crisis recovery their business for 15 years.
At a time when every hour is critical to preventing further
damage to the property you are managing, selling, or
renting, our large in-house team of
specialists is uniquely equipped to minimize your losses
CRC understands that it is our people
from damage- and lost time on the market–
by getting on the job with the right equipment, right
who are the core strength that unifies away.
At CRC, our first priority is to get your damaged property
our tools, information and resources secured from weather, vandals, or thieves, so one of our
first steps after any fire is to get carpenters on site to
board up damaged doors and windows, or even the roof.
and enable quick response, quick
From there, we’ll bring in moving crews to inventory and
pack any salvageable items from inside off to our climateevaluation and quick remedy.
controlled warehouses for expert cleaning, deodorizing,
restoring, and storage. We’ll also send in our cleaning and
demolition teams to remove any structural materials that
can’t be saved, and dry, clean, and deodorize what we
can.
Whether it’s a small fire that leaves a few darkened walls
behind, or a major one that causes structural damage, our
fast response is essential to saving additional costs
stemming from mold or corrosion damage, and income
loss while the property is off the market.
Our Certifications
NADCA - National Air Duct Cleaners Association
IAQA - Indoor Air Quality Association
For an immediate emergency,
AmIAQ Council - American Indoor Air Quality
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Please call 919-467-5517 or
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Contact Us:
CRC-Corporate
2410 Reliance Ave
Apex, NC 27539
919-467-5517
Toll Free: 888-501-7824
CRC-Contents Facility
2475 Reliance Ave
Apex, NC 27539
919-467-5517
CRC-Charlotte
920 Blairhill Rd, Ste. 116
Charlotte, NC 28217
704-817-5929
CRC-Fayetteville
3756 Sycamore Dairy Rd
Fayetteville, NC 28303
910-487-5517
CRC-Greensboro
2900 Manufacturers Rd
Greensboro, NC 27406
336-369-9150
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1200 Woodruff Rd, A-3
Greenville, SC 29607
864-546-3459
Email:[email protected]
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PLATINUM SPONSOR
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Do you have an emergency right now?
Call us at 800-277-4787
Disaster One Fayetteville NC
427-A Chicago Drive
Fayetteville, NC 28306
910-223-2611
Whether damage to your Fayetteville home or
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bonded general contractor that you can rely on, capable of handling any type of disaster restoration project.
Response time for Fayetteville residents and businesses is quick because Disaster One stands behind its
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Disaster One’s Fayetteville office serves central North Carolina including Ft. Bragg, Lumberton,
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Our 24/7 Fayetteville disaster restoration services include:
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Storm damage restoration and repair
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Contents cleanup and restoration
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Nominations Form
December 28th, 2014.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Associate of the Year
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Executive of the Year
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Leasing Professional of the Year
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Property Manager of the Year
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Property Manager, continued
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Service Technician of the Year
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Service Technician, continued
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Service Supervisor of the Year
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Service Supervisor, continued
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Community 0 to 10 years old
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Community 11-20 years old
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2014 OF THE YEAR AWARDS
Community 21 + years old
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