Lifestyle

 

 

Moore County’s greatest asset is our unsurpassed quality of life.

 

 

 

 

Quite a few residents share the same story about how they chose to live in Moore County:  They came here on vacation or to visit family and liked it so much that they decided to move here, some even bringing their businesses with them or starting a new business.  Moore County’s quality of life speaks for itself.

Many know Moore County as “The Home of American Golf”® thanks to Pinehurst’s world-renowned No. 2 course and the 39 other premier golf courses throughout the county.  Moore County is also nationally recognized as a major hub of equestrian activity thanks to our “Horse Country”, a large cluster of expansive, picturesque horse farms around Southern Pines.  Golf and horses are ways of life for some of the people here, but Moore County boasts a broad spectrum of recreational and cultural opportunities to enjoy.  Opportunities for new and expanding businesses are plentiful here as well.

 
 

 

 

CENTRAL LOCATION

North Carolina is halfway between New York and Florida and affords easy access to Eastern Seaboard markets.  Moore County’s central location in North Carolina puts us halfway between the mountains and the coast, and we are just a one-hour’s drive from Research Triangle Park and Raleigh-Durham International Airport.  We can conveniently access resources in the Research Triangle Park, Raleigh-Durham area and the Piedmont-Triad region, but still enjoy a more rural and less hectic way of life.  Residents appreciate Moore County’s mix of small town living and big city amenities — the best of both worlds.

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Moore County in central North Carolina is convenient to the mountains, the coast and just about everywhere! 

 

THE RIGHT MIX FOR BUSINESS

This desirable location combined with many other advantages, such as impressive schools, a “job-ready” workforce and one of the lowest property tax rates in the state, creates the right mix for corporate success.

 

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Moore County’s appeal is evident.  There are so many recreational activities to enjoy in Moore County, including (from left to right) horseback riding at McClendon Hills, strolling through the numerous natural parks, and attending premier sporting events such as the U.S. Men’s Open Championship.  (courtesy of CVB).

 

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> Enjoy Moore County’s lifestyle firsthand.  Partners in Progress welcomes the opportunity to show you all that Moore County has to offer.  Contact us.

Moore County Partners in Progress | PO Box 5885 | Pinehurst, NC 28374-5885 Toll Free: 800-461-3755 | Phone: 910-246-0311 | Fax: 910-246-0312 | Email: econdev@moorebusiness.org Research Triangle Partner | Website Services by ConnectNC