Enka-Candler Business Association Growing Momentum September 9th

Enka-Candler Business Association hosting business community gathering September 9th, from 5:30-7pm, in the Haynes Conference Center on the A-B Tech Enka Campus. Open to area business owners. Speakers update economic development progress and attendees will submit ideas for future association projects.

Candler, NC, August 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Less than a year after installing a new welcome sign from Asheville into the Enka-Candler community, the Enka-Candler Business Association (ECBA) is eyeing their next big project. The group is hosting a Business Community Gathering, Tuesday, September 9, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m., in the Haynes Conference Center on the A-B Tech, Enka Campus.

“The ECBA members have worked hard to keep local businesses informed, promote community pride and brings a unified voice to policy makers regarding infrastructure, development, and growth in Enka-Candler,” said Association president Michael Sanders of Edward Jones. “Our goal with this meeting is to ask the community what projects our group should focus on in the future.”

The Business Community Gathering is a free event, open to any business operating in the Enka-Candler community. The gathering will be an opportunity to network, give input on future projects and learn more about the economic climate in western part of Buncombe County. “We’ve had a tremendous response so far,” said Sanders. Guest speakers will be Jill Sparks, Executive Director of The A-B Tech Business Acceleration Site in Enka and David King, Buncombe County Commissioner.

The Enka-Candler Business Association is a 50 year old organization aimed at improving and sustaining the growing business environment in our area. For more information on the group, contact Michael Sanders at (828) 665-2320 or visit https://www.facebook.com/EnkaCandlerBusinessAssoc.
Enka-Candler Business Association
Michael Sanders