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September 27, 2021


RadixBay Selected as Finalist for 2021 NC Tech Awards


Charlotte, N.C. (September 27, 2021) – RadixBay has been selected as a finalist for the NC Tech Awards Best Tech Company to Work For award. The NC Tech Awards is North Carolina’s only statewide technology awards program that recognizes innovation, growth and leadership in the tech sector and is presented by the NC TECH (North Carolina Technology Association).


RadixBay, based in Charlotte and Tabor City, North Carolina, is a leading provider of rural shore IT services. From application development and Salesforce support to cloud and on-premise data infrastructure administration, RadixBay delivers a wide range of enterprise-grade IT solutions.


“For over 20 years, NC TECH has celebrated companies, organizations and individuals for outstanding achievement at the NC TECH Awards. As a finalist this year, RadixBay has distinguished itself as one of the state’s innovative and emergent leaders,” stated Brooks Raiford, NC TECH’s President and CEO.


“Our goal at RadixBay is to give people in rural communities an opportunity to build successful careers in the IT industry. Being nominated for this award provides a level of credibility to our success as a rural area employer,” stated RadixBay CEO, Greg Lovette. “We have built our entire business model on the rural shore IT service delivery concept. I’m proud that we are a finalist and look forward to continuing our success as a North Carolina based, rural shore IT services provider.”


NC TECH is a not-for-profit, membership-driven trade association and the primary voice of the technology industry in North Carolina. NC TECH’s mission is to foster growth and champion innovation in North Carolina’s tech sector, while providing a voice for the tech community. NC TECH’s membership includes 600 member companies, organizations and institutions employing more than 200,000 workers in North Carolina. For more information, visit


About RadixBay
RadixBay delivers enterprise-grade IT consulting, development, and 24×7 support solutions using a new approach that breaks the outdated IT service delivery model. RadixBay’s rural service delivery centers combine the cost benefits of offshore services with the quality, security, and simplicity of onshore support. The rural shore approach delivers high-touch, high-speed results and is aligned with RadixBay’s goal of creating jobs in rural North Carolina. For more information about RadixBay, please visit


NC TECH Media Contact:

Rachel Kennedy



RadixBay Media Contact:          

Hal Hawisher, RadixBay COO



March 1, 2019

U.S. Department of Commerce Invests $800,000 to Establish a Business Incubator in the Town of Tabor City, North Carolina 

WASHINGTON -Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding an $800,000 grant to the town of Tabor City, North Carolina, to renovate a historic building for use as a business incubator that will support business growth in the region. 

"We commend Tabor City on their strategy to help support local entrepreneurs," said Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regional Affairs Dennis Alvord. "This project will strengthen the local economy by providing new and existing businesses with the tools they need to grow and thrive." 

The project will help the region recover from damage caused by Hurricanes Matthew and Florence, which caused significant business disruption and loss in 2016 and 2018 respectively. The new incubator will support local disaster resiliency efforts by helping new businesses grow and established businesses start over or expand. This project was made possible by the regional planning efforts led by the Southeastern Economic Development Commission. EDA funds the Southeastern Economic Development Commission to bring together the public and private sectors to create an economic development roadmap to strengthen the regional economy, support private capital investment and create jobs. 

About the U.S. Economic Development Administration (
The mission of the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) is to lead the federal economic development agenda by promoting competitiveness and preparing the nation's regions for growth and success in the worldwide economy. An agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce, EDA makes investments in economically distressed communities in order to create jobs for U.S. workers, promote American innovation, and accelerate long-term sustainable economic growth. 







June 10, 2018

Jimmy Woodard Garrell, age 82, of Britt St., Tabor City, NC, passed away Sunday, June 10, 2018, in the Grand Strand Regional Medical Center, Myrtle Beach, SC. Jimmy was the Chairman of TCC100 for more than three decades. Read More >

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February 5, 2021

Robert Charles (“RC”) Soles, Jr. was born in Tabor City, North Carolina on December 17, 1934 to Robert C. and Myrtle Norris Soles and passed away Friday, February 5, 2021 in the McLeod Loris Hospital.  He served as a Member of the Board of the Tabor City Committee of 100 over two decades.  He was very dedicated.

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Apr 24, 2021 

James Kevin Norris, age 51, of River Rd. Tabor City, NC died Saturday, April 24, 2021 in his home.  Kevin served as a Member of the Board of the Tabor City Committee of 100 for several years.  He also served on the Nominating Committee and was instrumental in recruiting new members.

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September 10, 2023


Walter Rogers Williamson, age 77, of Cerro Gordo, formerly of Tabor City, passed away Sunday, September 10, 2023, at the Angel House Hospice Care Center in Whiteville, surrounded by his family.  In addition to many other civic endeavors, Walter had previously served as a member of the Tabor City Committee of 100, Inc. for 25 years.  He also served on the Nominating Committee.  Walter was very dedicated to his community.

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January 3, 2024

 Charles Burnett Coleman, age 82, of Tabor City, died Tuesday, January 2, at McLeod Loris Hospital.   He was a retired banker who was very involved in his community.   In addition to serving as a member of several civic clubs, Burnett served as a member of the Tabor City Committee of 100 well over 20 years.  He was very passionate about his service to his community.

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February 2, 2024

William Bernice Gerald, age 93, of Tabor City, NC, died Friday, February 2, 2024 in Brightwater Skilled Nursing Center, Myrtle Beach, SC.  Bernice loved his community and served it well. He volunteered his time in Economic Development.  He was a founding member of the Tabor City Committee of 100.   He gave years of service to the Tabor City Public Library and in many other areas. He enjoyed helping neighbors become homeowners and business owners through his position at Cooperative Savings & Loan where he worked for over thirty years.  He attended Tabor City Baptist Church and served in rebuilding the sanctuary after it burned and many other roles.  He was a Lifetime Deacon there.  Bernice was a veteran of the United States Army.

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