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Carlie C's Weekly Circular

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The staff needs to be well informed of activities inside the business. We offer unique signature items that are not available at other retailers. Everyone was devastated by the fire, but Carlie C immediately drew up plans and arrangements to build the store back up again. After two years of getting to know and serving the community, the business was doing quite well. Carlie C had acquired the store from Otis McLamb. Carlie C focused on the overall operations while becoming familiar with the meat department.

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Carlie C's Weekly Circular

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. Here's the latest updates in pictures. The second most valuable asset of a business is the staff of employees. Carlie C said that when he moved, he never even took the money out of the cash drawer. They had been running the store for a little over a year when the landlord would not renew their lease. The produce aisle now contains new coolers and also dairy.

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Carlie C's Weekly Circular

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The new store opened in 1965 and operated there until 1971 when they doubled the size of the store. We aspire to have items available for sale throughout the entire promotional time frame. Right from the start, they understood the challenges that lay ahead of them. Many of the employees, friends, and neighbors would come on their days off from other jobs to help with the construction of the new store. Customers lent their trucks to Carlie C and Joyce to move all of the inventory and equipment from the old store to the new store.

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By 1978, the meat portion of the business had grown so much that the meat facilities were enlarged substantially to keep up with the demand for country ham and dry sausage. We strive to accommodate our customers with the products and services they ask for. He just unplugged it, put it in his truck, carried it over to the new store and plugged it back in with the money and change still in it. For six months, he ran the existing store while managing the construction of a new store, and within those six months, they had the store finished. It is extremely important to make customers feel welcomed and at home in your business.

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Carlie C's IGA of Smithfield, 721 N Brightleaf Blvd Ste 1, Smithfield, NC (2020)

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They started operating the new store in March of 1962. As most of you know, we are having a ton of work done at the Smithfield store! In fact, all of the employees returned to work at the replacement store when it reopened, though many of them had taken jobs elsewhere while the store had been closed. In February of 1961, Carlie C and Joyce McLamb opened a small country store in Johnston County on Highway 242. Altman had a change of heart and decided not to renew the lease for Carlie C and Joyce after two years. In 1984, the home store on Highway 301 was destroyed by a fire. The business was uninsured, but Carlie and Joyce would not be deterred. During the last six months of the lease, Carlie C went to the bank and borrowed money to build a new store across the street.

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Carlie C and Joyce believe that customers are the most valuable asset of a business, that it does not cost anything to be friendly, and that the reward for being friendly is great. The cost of not being friendly, on the other hand, is very high. Much more to come so thanks in advance for your patience during this period! Carlie C and Joyce were friendly and cared about their customers and their lives. Joyce operated the front end and the stocking, and together they served the community well. Customers even helped them pack up the inventory into banana boxes. If you find an error please let us know and we will correct the information in a timely manner since we are not affiliated with the stores you find here.

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Carlie C's IGA of Smithfield, 721 N Brightleaf Blvd Ste 1, Smithfield, NC (2020)

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As an independent operator, we can be flexible to accommodate the needs of our staff. They knew that it would be hard work, but neither one of them had ever been afraid of working hard for what they wanted. Carlie C and Joyce were incredibly grateful to the community for supporting them and helping them during this difficult time. Altman was ready to retire and felt that the store needed a younger couple to come and operate it. The first and last contact should be friendly and courteous. Our staff must have faith in the products that we offer.

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Carlie C's IGA of Smithfield, 721 N Brightleaf Blvd Ste 1, Smithfield, NC (2020)

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Floyd Altman, who owned a grocery store on Highway 301 between Dunn and Benson, approached Carlie C and Joyce about operating the store he was running. They must be well trained and motivated. Hope you're having an awesome weekend. . . .

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