Are you curious about what it's like to live, work, raise a family or start a business in Moore County, NC? Take a look at our new video (which includes aerial shots filmed by a drone) and learn more about the outstanding quality of life we have to offer. 

The Moore Alive video includes interviews with Marybeth Sandell, executive director of Moore Forward; Mike Ratkowski, co-owner of Railhouse Brewery in Aberdeen; and Cameron Cruse, co-owner of R. Riveter in Southern Pines. 

Video Production by David Hambridge Filmmaking.


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