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  • Oliver & Cheek collecting food & essentials for flood victims

    Oliver & Cheek is collecting food and essentials for flood victims.  We are heartbroken by the devastating loss of our friends in neighboring communities and want to help them get back on their feet. Our office is collecting everyday essentials to distribute to those in need. Please help by bringing the following items to our New Bern location at 405 Middle Street:
    – Canned meat and vegetables
    – Non-perishable food items
    – Toilet paper
    – Baby wipes
    – Diapers
    – Feminine products
    – Individually wrapped snacks
    – Gallon ziplock bags
    – Hand sanitizer
    – Shampoo and conditioner
    – Clorox wipes
    – Toothpaste and toothbrushes
    – Deodorant
    – Large heavy duty trash bags

    Thank you — please share with all friends and family so we can give as much as we can!

  • Oliver & Cheek Supports Community

    Proud Sponsor of Two New Bern Events

    It is not uncommon for there to be lots going on in the New Bern area and Oliver & Cheek is a proud sponsor of two exciting events coming to town in the coming weeks. The first event, Rockin’ on the Rivers, takes place on July 15 at 5:00pm and is part of the 2016 Summer Concert Series brought to you by the New Bern Chamber of Commerce. Featured music includes The Marshall Tucker Band, Bryan Mayer and 3 Day Weekend. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and can be purchased at the New Bern Chamber of Commerce, Mitchell’s Hardware or online at www.newbernchamber.com. This is an outdoor event on the WATERFRONT at 403 East Front Street, so bring lawn chairs and blankets. It’s going to be a hot evening, so cold beverages will be available — look to keep them cool in one of our colorful Oliver & Cheek coozies!

    The second event, sponsored by Oliver & Cheek, is brought to you by New Bern Civic Theatre’s youth production group Saax Bradbury Players who will present the musical comedy “Bye Bye Birdie” for six shows in July.

    The show will open July 8 with a 7:30 p.m. performance at New Bern Civic Theatre, 414 Pollock St. Other evening shows will be July 9, 15 and 16, along with 2 p.m. matinees on July 10 and 17.

    The show is directed by Caleb Puchalski and produced by Kelly Rogers, with musical direction by Shawntez D’Nadre Bell. >>READ MORE

    The Saax Bradbury Players is a teen group operating within the New Bern Civic Theatre whose purpose is to engage young minds in problem solving skills, to enrich their lives through the literature and history of theatre, to educate them in the arts of theatre, and to enlighten them about the opportunities and people skills that theatre training provides, while entertaining our community by providing a superior theatre experience. We provide an outlet for creative community involvement. Our goal is to reach teens in the New Bern-Craven County area and to create a sense of family in our performing arts community. >>READ MORE

  • Oliver & Cheek, PLLC opens Raleigh location

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oliver & Cheek, PLLC opens Raleigh location

    RALEIGH, NC: Oliver & Cheek, PLLC is pleased to announce the opening of their Raleigh location to service the legal needs of the Triangle area. The office is located at 421 Fayetteville Street, Suite 1100, Raleigh, NC 27601. This is the fourth location for Oliver & Cheek, PLLC who also have offices in New Bern, Greenville and Wilmington, NC.

    Bio-CiaraRogers

    Ciara Rogers to lead Oliver & Cheek, PLLC Raleigh location

    The Raleigh office will be led by Attorney Ciara Rogers, who has been with the firm for over five years. “Our office has seen incredible growth over the last several years and many of our clients are in the Raleigh area. The move to Raleigh will not only better serve our existing clients, but provide new opportunities for the Triangle business community,” said Rogers.

    “We are proud of Ciara, and greatly appreciate her taking the initiative to expand our services in the Triangle area. She is an excellent attorney,” said George Oliver, founding partner of the firm.

    Oliver & Cheek, PLLC is a full service business firm providing a wide range of legal services to clients in North Carolina. Major practice areas include bankruptcy; employment law; alternatives to bankruptcy; business law; estate planning and administration; receiverships; commercial real estate; tax planning and controversies; and state and federal civil litigation.

    To schedule a consultation with Attorney Ciara Rogers, please contact (919) 987-2024 or visit our website at www.olivercheek.com.

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  • Oliver & Cheek Sponsors Entrepreneur Center’s Sweat Equity Day

    We had such a great time at the Sweat Equity day on Saturday. There was LOTS of standing water from recent rains and the humidity was pretty brutal, but we know how important this Entrepreneur Center of Craven County will be to the small businesses and entrepreneurs in our community. Oliver & Cheek was a proud sponsor of the Sweat Equity Day providing not only volunteer hours, but food and beverages for all volunteers. Ciara Rogers and George Oliver spent several hours ripping out carpet and cabinets, cleaning floors, and making small repairs. “This is just the beginning of something really great,” said George Oliver. “We are looking forward to this new addition to our downtown community and want to show our support and provide assistance to the business community of Craven County.” “We enjoyed working with Timothy Downs and Cindy Blot of Craven County Economic Development and know they have many more activities planned as the September 2016 opening date approaches,” said Ciara Rogers.

    Ciara Rogers at Sweat Equity Day for The Craven County Entrepreneur Center George Oliver at the Sweat Equity Day for the Craven County Entrepreneur Center

    More information about the Entrepreneur Center of Craven County can be found below:

    Craven County opens entrepreneur center in New Bern

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  • Oliver & Cheek sponsors Small Business Center

    Oliver & Cheek proud sponsor of Small Business Center’s “The Cube”

    There are lots of good things happening in downtown New Bern to promote economic growth and Oliver & Cheek is proud to be part of the latest project at the Small Business Center at Craven Community College. The new Entrepreneur Center will be relocating to 509 Broad Street to become an incubator and resource center for aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners in Craven County. The building needs quite a bit of work to be move-in ready, so on June 4th, the “sweat equity” project is taking place to help get things ready. Oliver & Cheek will be providing food and beverages for all volunteers participating on this day. George Oliver has already cleared his calendar to help in the cleanup process. “This is an exciting opportunity for not only our downtown, but for the college as they provide the necessary resources for these new businesses,” said Oliver. “We firmly believe in the success of the Small Business Center and want to do what we can to help.”

    Oliver & Cheek sponsor "The Cube"

    More information about the project can be found below from an excerpt in the Sun Journal:

    Work is underway to transform the county-owned building at 509 Broad St. in downtown New Bern into the Entrepreneur Center of Craven County (TEC3), which also will be known as “The Cube.”

    When it’s renovated, the two-story brick building will become an incubator and resource center for aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners in Craven County.

    Plans also call for the center to house Craven Community College’s Small Business Center, which will offer trainings, programs and other services to help residents turn their ideas into thriving, start-up businesses.

    To help start the renovation process, a “sweat equity” event for prospective tenants and others has been scheduled for from 7 a.m. to noon on June 4. Downs said about 30 volunteers will be tearing out walls, removing old carpet and doing other small projects to prepare the facility for a thorough renovation. >>READ MORE

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