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.

  • There were offerings like plants and terrariums, hand-made crocheted items, nail painting services, art items and baked goods. And to top the actual youth market, each young person was asked to go up on stage and provide a quickone-to-two-minute commercial about their offerings so the audience would know that they had to sell.The adults at the event were very impressed at the courage these young people had getting up on the stage and speaking so well to the crowd.


  • Nothing is more exciting to a chamber director than learning of local talent that has been out of the area for a while and has chosen to return back to Caswell in order to better the community, be closer to family, and experience the quieter rural lifestyle we who live here all enjoy.


  • Despite last week being one of storms and rain, the annual Caswell County Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament made it off without out a hitch. Late in the afternoon, the sun peaked out and beautiful blue skies ended the day. The Caswell Pines Golf Club hosted the event last Thursday, May 26. With the venue under new management, the golfers enjoyed being able to use brand new golf carts and take a peak at the newly refurbished grill room.


  • 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.


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.