As you may have noticed already, we're pretty passionate about promoting the local assets, amenities and quality of life here in Moore County, NC. Telling the story about why so many people have chosen this area to settle down, raise a family, start a business or achieve a better work-life balance is the what the Moore Alive campaign is all about! Since the website launched in April, we've had an outpouring of support from local organizations, businesses and the media to help spread the word about our community. 

In light of this, we've created a comprehensive Moore Alive media kit as a resource for journalists, bloggers and anyone else interested in what we're all about to better understand this initiative, our background, where we hope to go in the future, and how to best get in touch with us!

You can click here to download the Moore Alive media kit, and be sure to go check out the Media Kit page on the website. 


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