MooreAlive.com was recently recognized by Graphic Design USA as one of this year's best designed websites. The American Graphic Design Awards is the publication's flagship competition and receives tens of thousands of entries each year in categories including website, logo, brochure, direct mail, ad design and more.

"We're very pleased to be recognized by such a prestigious organization" said Pat Corso, Executive Director of Moore County Partners in Progress. "Our talent attraction efforts are all geared toward driving traffic to this site, so it's nice to know that others beleive it to be of such high quality."

About Moore Alive:
Moore Alive is a marketing and talent recruitment initiative created to promote the local assets, amenities and exceptional lifestyle in Moore County and its collective communities. Moore County Partners in Progress (PIP), a 501(c)(3) economic development organization serving all of Moore County, North Carolina, spearheaded the initiative, which then expanded to include additional partners, the Pinehurst—Southern Pines—Aberdeen Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB), the Pinehurst—Southern Pines Area Association of Realtors, and the Moore County Home Builders Association.


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