All Things Moore County is a weekly radio show on 990 WEEB that highlights a number of facets of Moore County, including Real Estate, Lifestyles, Community and Neighborhood. The radio show, which started in 2009, is hosted by Bill Sahadi of Fore Properties Realty Inc. of Southern Pines.

"One of the basic premises of this show has always been that Moore County is a great place to live," Bill said on his October 5th show. "We get a lot of passionate people on the show to talk about Moore County."

Since All Things Moore County focuses on promoting the wonderful life here in Moore County (just like Moore Alive!) we were thrilled that Bill had Kay Beran, broker/owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices in Pinehurst Realty Group and Melissa Hall of Hallway Marketing on his show on October 5th to talk about the rebranding of Moore County and the Moore Alive campaign.  

Melissa and Kay discussed the background and history of the Moore Alive campaign and the progress being made to brand Moore County, as well how Moore County businesses can use the website as a free resource 

"(The website) is for all of Moore County and supported by all of Moore County," Melissa explained.

Download the full audio from the show here!

If you're a Moore County business owner, read more about how to partner with the Moore Alive.  


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