The Storehouse is a treasure and a blessing for the good folks of Hendersonville and Henderson County. A Christian Food and Hygeine Pantry that served those in need. Through a partnership with Manna Food Bank and other Local Stores, they recieve very generous donations of food to feed the elderly and families of Henderson County. Food Distribution at The Storehouse is Wednesday through Friday every week and Senior Deliveries are made the 1st Friday of every month as well. Twice monthly, 40 people are served at the Sammy Williams Center in partnership with the Council on Aging. All tolled, over 400+ Families are helped by Lynn Staggs, Executive DIrector, and the Staff and Volunteers at this amazing organization. The Storehouse also teams up with Fletcher Area Business Association to assist their Snack Pack Program which supplies snacks to kids in need at several local area elementary schools, and also supplements several area Backpack Programs as well. 


 How can you help the Storehouse and their mission? Donate and Volunteer! You can send donations to: The Storehouse, PO Box 6146, Hendersonville, NC 28793, or donate on the Storehouse website. Volunteers are also needed to help with packing boxes, fundraisers, driving, grant writing, customer service, newsletter writing and more. Please contact them at 828-692-8300 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 Of special importance this time of the year, Blessings in Boxes 2017 will provide over 2000 local children with gifts for Christmas. In conjunction with Henderson County Public Schools, clothes, coats, toys, and books will be distributed at Upward Christian Fellowship Church on December 15th and 16th, 2017. How can you help the children? Sponsor a local child, assist with organization of the distribution site, pray with families, and help distribute gifts to families. If you are moved to help, please contact the Storehouse at 828-692-8300 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Self-Propelled Marketing: Media Exposure On a Modest Budget

 

Tired of wasting money on ads and strategies that show little or no return? Self-Propelled Marketing may be the perfect solution to get media exposure on a small budget.

 

An online course targeted for small businesses looking to increase their exposure without spending big bucks, Self-Propelled Marketing teaches “grassroots” strategies you can use to get the word out about your business or upcoming events, including:

 

  • Using newspaper calendars for free publicity:  Tips and tricks for boosting attendance at your upcoming events.
  • Press releases: Learn what the pros know for writing press releases that will get you and your events noticed. This six-lesson section takes you through the steps of press release writing and distribution.
  • Using flyers and brochures: Flyers and brochures can be a cost-effective way to get your events out and clarify your “brand.”
  • Media contacts: Getting to know the faces and names of the folks who make the news is essential. Learn the art of developing media contacts.
  • Your website: You need a business website. This section shows you how to secure a domain name, choose a webhost to house your site, and more. Compare popular web-building platforms, and gain some insights about Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
  • Paid advertising: Are paid ads helpful? The course looks at local special print advertising sections and gives great tips about online advertising, Facebook, and Instagram ads.

 

Some things are best left to the pros, but you’ll be amazed at what you can do yourself. If you are a small business “solopreneur,” a photographer, musician, accountant, realtor (to name just a few), this course is for you. Learn to create media exposure without spending big bucks.

 

Don’t delay. Get Self-Propelled Marketing today. Grab it for 50% OFF during their limited time Launch Special Discount.

 

Click here to find out more about Self-Propelled Marketing.

 

BLESSING IN BOXES 2017

Sponsor a child and make your Christmas MERRY!

 

THE STOREHOUSE - Hendersonville's food and hygiene pantry once again partners with the Hendersonville County Public Schools to distribute Christmas gifts to more than 2,000 needy children in our Hendersonville community.

THEY NEED YOUR HELP!

Contact them before December 5th to "adopt" and buy gifts for a specific child.

(828)692-8300 or lynn@storehouseonline.org

We promise you will be blessed!

 

Tuesday, 24 October 2017 06:35

Locked out in Asheville, Now What?

Admit it, there was that one time you left your keys in the car or house and locked the door. The gut feeling of knowing what you just did doesn't get you back in, but a 24 Hour Emergency Lockout Locksmith can. Whether you walked out of the house in your pajamas to get the mail, or you are 10 miles from home in a retail parking lot, the professional locksmiths at American Eagle Locksmith are just a phone call away. With 5 Mobile Locksmith Vans available, American Eagle is the largest locksmith service in the Asheville Metro Area, also serving Hendersonville, Fletcher, Arden, Mills River, Candler, Woodfin, Weaverville, Swannanoa, Black Mountain, Fairview, Biltmore Forest and other communities. 

Locked Out? Call (828) 651-8400 anytime 24/7/365. The professionals at American Eagle Locksmith are ready to roll your way and save the day! 

Need Keys, Access Control Systems, or a Safe or Vault? The showroom at 3484 Hendersonville Rd in Fletcher is open Mon-Fri 9a-6p, and Saturday 9a-4p. Or, learn more about American Eagle Locksmith here.

Please join us to celebrate the one year anniversary of Prime Mortgage Lending of West Asheville: "Make new friends, but keep the old."

Prime Mortgage Lending of West Asheville

862 Haywood Road

Asheville, North Carolina 28806

Wednesday, October 11 at 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Thank you to everyone that has RSVP'ed. Keep them coming. We are going to have a great night! Enjoy the sweet sounds of The Vince Junior Band. Get into fall with the amazing taste of Urban Orchard on tap and comfort food ~ pasta and more.

 

We'd like to personally invite you to an upcoming event called Meet Montreat College Adult and Graduate Studies in Asheville.

Meet Montreat AGS Asheville will take place on Tuesday night, October 10 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton (115 Hendersonville Road) in Asheville.

There is no cost to attend, and there will be food and drinks. Please see the attached image. This is an event for business professionals, community influencers, prospective students, and alumni. The first 30 minutes is a chance to network with around 100 people from western North Carolina.

Dr. Paul Maurer, president of Montreat College, will share his vision for Montreat College during the program. There will also be a panel discussion featuring a Montreat AGS student, alumni, and faculty member. You'll have the chance to meet our president, Montreat faculty and staff, and learn more about our adult undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered throughout western North Carolina and online.

Please RSVP online at www.montreat.edu/agsmeetmontreatrsvp. Share this invitation with friends, family, business influencers, coworkers, and whoever you think might benefit from attending this event.

 

Friday, 15 September 2017 18:23

Asheville Landscaping and Design Services

You are busy, you work hard all week, and when the weekend rolls around you want to do all the hard work in your yard to turn it into your perfect retreat, eventually... wait! How does relaxing on your porch, cooking out on the patio, or playing with the kids in your beautifully landscaped yard sound? We thought so! You deserve to have more time to unwind and spend time with your family and friends, and the professional landscaping and design services of a reputable, locally owned and operated business with decades of experience is the way to go.

Father and Son Team, Tommy and Thomas Klein are the driving force behind Natural Scapes Landscaping and Design in Asheville, NC. This family owned business has been serving our community since 1997 along with their Staff. Just what all do they do? Natural Scapes does stonework, retaining walls, outdoor living spaces, trail construction, patios and decks, rain collection systems, planting and pruning, hardscapes, water features, drainage solutions and any and all other landscaping needs.

Want to learn more? Visit Natural Scapes Landscaping and Design to watch videos and view a photo gallery of their work.

There are business networking events, and there is that "one" that you can't miss. This is it! We are excited to co-host the Fletcher Area Business Association "Focus Ater Five" event with (and at) Big Frog Custom T-Shirts of Asheville. We are already expecting over a hundred people and have room for more, so mark your calendar for Thursday September 14th, 2017 from 5:30p-7p at Big Frog (336 Rockwood Rd #105, Arden, NC 28704). Everyone is welcome whether you are a FABA Member or not, and all are encouraged to "Be Our Guest!". Dinner will be provided, and it's going to be good! Surf N Brew of Fletcher will be serving up delicious food and The Italian Cookie Lady is bringing dessert too. 

 

 

More Info (please RSVP on one of these platforms):

Facebook / Meetup

 

 

FABA FA5 Incredible Towns and Big Frog Custom TShirts of Asheville

 

Most of us have been there, paid the rent and bills and have scarce little money left to buy food. What does one do to keep their belly full and not go broke living in Asheville with it's high cost of living? Cutting out $4 Lattes, $7 Avocado Toast and Eating Out are typically good ideas to make you dollars stretch farther, but many still shake their head at the prices in the regular grocery stores for everyday food items. A solution to higher priced food is to shop at Discount Grocery Stores to save 50% and more, effectively doubling your food purchasing power! One of the many fine stores in town fulfilling this need in our Community is The Price Is Right Discount Warehouse, located in North Asheville at 198 Weaverville Road. Bargain hunters will appreciate the selection and prices as they fill up their buggy with food without taking a big hit in the wallet. However, they don't just carry food, and discount shoppers can also save on Health & Beauty, Home Goods, and Furniture while they are there. 

What kind of deals can you expect? A recent visit saw Bread for $1.49, K-Cup Tea priced at 3 Boxes for $6, 98¢ Organic Mac & Cheese Boxes, $1.50 Boxes of Cereal, 98¢ Bags of Chips, and too many other deals to list here. Of course, their selection changes and deals change, but they are always a huge savings off of what you pay at a regular grocery store. You may not find everything you need here, but you will save a lot of cash on what you do, so shop here first before you go anywhere else!

Keeping Seniors at Home, Not the Nursing Home. Living with Dignity and Comfort in the comfort of your or a loved one's home, this is the goal of a locally owned Home Health Care service in the Asheville area. Caring individuals helping with the day to day chores and necessities of life, cooking, dressing, companionship, transportation, Plant and Pet Sitting, Salon Services, Cleaning and Organization, and anything else that needs to be done. Under the supervision of an RN, the caregivers of Caring Hearts and Hands Agency provide these services to Asheville Seniors to give them the very dignity and comfort they deserve. 

Are you caring for a elderly family member and could use some help? It's hard and can be overwhelming, and the professionals at Caring Hearts & Hands understand. To learn more, call and speak with them at (828) 333-5051 or visit them on the web at Caring Hearts & Hands Agency.

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