Small Business Feature

Features about the small businesses in Caswell County that make this such a great place to live. We encourage you to explore these businesses and what they bring to our county. Shop local, eat local and support local.

  • Growing up here in Caswell County, Irvin went to Bartlett Yancey and then went on to graduate from NC State.  His father was already in the insurance business and upon graduation form college, he encouraged Irvin to come and work a bit until he figured out what he was ‘really’ going to do with his career.


  • When you buy local, you are making a decision that will have far-reaching advantages in your community. Supporting local businesses, helps to support your local economy. Significantly more money stays in a community when purchases are made at locally owned – rather than nationally owned – businesses.


  • Over the past year our community like all others, has been through some challenging times with the initial pandemic and now a second wave that has almost surprised us all and forced itself once again into our daily lives.  Perseverance is one of the words that comes to mind when I think of our community and many of the situations, we find ourselves in these days.


  • Occasionally people say, ‘What about having competing businesses in the Chamber? Why should I join if my competitor is a member?' As in sports and nature, competition helps to make businesses stronger and better than they would be without it. For consumers, competition provides pricing, quality, and service options. For businesses it offers the opportunity to be better and continuously improve


Features about the small businesses in Caswell County that make this such a great place to live. We encourage you to explore these businesses and what they bring to our county. Shop local, eat local and support local.