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The MeMa’s Growth Story Continues With Major Supermarket Chain Distribution

MeMa’s Chicken ’n’ Ribs is announcing a distribution agreement with major supermarket chain Lowes Foods.

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MeMa’s Chick’n & Ribs celebrates five years of business touting its growth

Mema’s Chick’n & Ribs is celebrating 5 years of business, announcing new business ventures as the business continues to grow.

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Where to Eat in Pender County

MeMa’s is a destination restaurant in Burgaw (602 US-117). Serving incredible smoked barbecue, chicken, and ribs, every single thing on the menu is prepared with love.

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MeMa's Seeks Investors For Proposed Burgaw Shopping Center

James and Myra McDuffie have mastered the art of Southern cooking, including a barbecue sauce and meat rub that’s landing on the shelves of 20 Lowes Food stores. Now the Burgaw couple hopes to master the secret sauce of commercial development. 

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Thank you for nominating and voting for your favorite businesses in the Cape Fear in the 2022 WWAY This Is The Place Viewers' Choice Awards! 

We’re excited that we’ve been nominated for the category Best BBQ restaurant AGAIN for the WWAY TV, THIS IS THE PLACE! VOTING ENDED ON MAY 15TH!

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Carolina’s Finest

Carolina Country is proud to offer up our annual Carolina’s Finest Awards, showcasing the finest North Carolina has to offer. We’re leaving it up to you, our readers, to pick the best of the best. Winners will be published in our November 2022 issue. Vote for your top picks until June 30, 2022.

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CRUISIN FOR KIDS

With a purchase of a $10 raffle ticket, the annual charity event not only gave individuals a chance to win a brand new 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage, but also created a funding stream for nonprofits that participated by becoming a raffle ticket distributor,” said executive director of Wilmington’s Residential Adolescent Achievement Place Daryl Dockery. “The goal is simply to help people, give back to the community, and make a difference — especially with youth.”

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