Elite Magazine ArticleA recent article in the well-regarded Elite Magazine, published by the Fayetteville Observer, highlights Moore County's intention to recruit military families to the area. In addition to listing the reasons people are making the decision to move to Moore County, a secondary article talks about the business side of things. Not only are military families moving to Moore, they're starting and growing businesses here too. Please read both articles, using the links below:

Moore County Recruits Military Families (Link to Elite Magazine article)

Moore County Recruits Military Families, and Moving to Moore—and Staying.  (3mb PDF with both articles)


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