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Economic Development is a hot topic. Bladenboro is another town in Bladen County wanting to grow and prosper according to many town officials.

General Manager, Tony Blackmon, at  BPC (Back Porch Crafters) Floral Wholesaler announced Tuesday, February 28, there is an opportunity for everyone to save money on discounted floral products and even a chance to buy a nice industrial building in Bladenboro.

According to Blackmon the company started liquidating in May of 2016. Now the wholesaler has opened its doors to one and all. The public is invited to take advantage of their closing sale.

“Everything’s is close to original cost,” said Blackmon.

Ms. Kay Callahan is the owner of the business and building according to Blackmon. She is wanting to sell all the products and the building hopefully within the next 31 days, Blackmon said. At least by the end of April.

There is a very interested prospect to purchase the building, but Callahan is still taking offers, Blackmon continued.

You may stop by 161 Industrial Drive Bladenboro during normal business hours. You may call them at 910-648-5057, or find them on Facebook at Back Porch Crafts.

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