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Holly Springs Home Owners Have Something to Cheer About


More and more the town of Holly Springs is changing from a small town with not much to offer to a town full of growth and energy, yet with still holding the small town feel.  Here is a recent article that has been posted that shares the exciting things happening for Holly Springs residents.

HOLLY SPRINGS — With a cheer and a surge, the crowd of eager shoppers pushed out of the dreary evening and into the white light of Holly Springs’ newest suburban-chic status symbol: a Target store, open for business as of Tuesday.

“It’s really kind of the fruition of everything we’ve worked for,” said Holly Springs Councilman Chet VanFossen, the first cabana hats and patio grills rolling across the checkouts behind him.

He has reason to crow: The 134,000-square-foot anchor is one of just 19 Target stores that will open in the United States this year. And the store’s home, the new Holly Springs Towne Center, is one of the first major retail projects to open in the Triangle since the recession decimated consumers’ budgets and slowed the region’s rapid growth.

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Frank Alexander is an experienced engineering professional who holds a Master of Engineering degree from North Carolina State University and an MBA from the University of South Carolina. Frank holds licenses in both residential and commercial HVAC, and holds a limited electrical license. Frank is also NATE certified.

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