Southern Pines town council members Fred Walden & Mike Fields, join former Southern Pines mayor Mike Haney to discuss the Nov. 13th street naming dedication for Felton Capel and the inspiration behind the naming of a street in Southern Pines after Mr. Capel because of all he means to the Southern Pines Community.
Mary Ann Manning, the President of BNI, introduces a panel fof 4 guests: Wayne Haddock of Pinehurst Homes Inc., Brad Hainley of Sandhills Heating and Refrigeration, Inc., Rodney Swarms of the Plumbing Knight and Debbie Putz, Property Manager for Village of Pinehurst Rentals & Golf Inc. to discuss the benefits of Business Networking International and how their organization fosters trust, referral business and a reliable line of services to the Moore County consumer and homeowner.

BNI is the most successful networking organization in the world. Members pass millions of referrals to one another which results in billions of dollars in business each year. The Moore Business Chapter of BNI meets each week at the Pinecrest Inn in Pinehurst. Representatives and owners from a wide variety of local businesses gather each Thursday with the sole purpose of networking and referring business to one another. This year alone, members have passed over $2 million in referrals through this organization.


Outgoing Southern Pines Mayor, Mike Haney, and outgoing Town Council member, and former So. Pines Mayor Mike Fields are Bill Sahadi’s guests on this week’s edition of All Things Moore County. A Southern Pines Perspective is offered up by two men who have a unique vantage point from which to talk about the special things that make Southern Pines such a great community to live, work and raise a family in. Haney & Fields handle a variety of subjects of interest for all Southern Pines residents at the kickoff of our Holiday season.