CityView Magazine

August 2020

CityView Magazine - Fayetteville, NC

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36 | August 2020 F A M I L Y O W N E D B U S I N E S S E S Rhudy's, Inc. For 60 years, Rhudy's, Inc. has been a major part of the Fayetteville and Fort Bragg communities. From humble beginnings as a pawn shop, founder Rhudy Phillips built his business on integrity and exceptional customer ser- vice – practices that are upheld company-wide to this day. Now run by his children, the family business has grown beyond the "Gem of Fayetteville" into a household name for fine jewelry, car audio, firearms, and most re- cently, smart home solutions. Moving forward in these uncertain times, Rhudy's, Inc. re- lies on a combination of bold ingenuity and small-town values to continue to provide the highest quality prod- ucts and services to the public. Using the latest tech- nological advances, they remain a leader across each department's industry. Whether you want diamonds for your loved ones, guns to protect them, a car audio sys- tem to impress with, or the convenience of an automated home, Rhudy's, Inc. has everything you need. Rooted in a legacy of excellence, they strive to honor Rhudy Phillips' memory by always putting people and family first – because at Rhudy's, they are more than a family business. Family is their business. 910-488-7571 | 2410 Murchison Road, Fayetteville, NC 28301 910-423-6500 | 2919 Breezewood Ave. Ste 300, Fayetteville, NC 28303 | CityView Media As our community faces the many challenges ahead, we at CityView are committed more than ever to our mission of "Inform. Involve. Inspire." Here are just a few of the exciting events and editions we are planning to help us continue to bring you good stories that matter. In our September Arts & Culture issue, we bring you news and feature stories that will highlight our vibrant music, theater and art scene. The month will culminate with CityView Presents ARTfully Fayetteville, a can't-miss event Sept. 25 at the Cape Fear Botanical Garden. Our October issue will feature Faces of Fayetteville, presenting people you know well and others you may be meeting for the first time, all in new and innovative ways. November's focus is on giving. Not only will we bring you stories of people and organizations that are the unspoken heart of our community, but we also will host the inaugural CityView Impact Awards. Do you know someone who goes above and beyond to help others? Keep them in mind because nominations will open in September. Finally, CityView has a long tradition of introducing residents to local businesses, while helping these business grow. In the 2020 BusinessView special edition, we spotlight those local businesses who stand above the rest. Photographer Matthew Wonderly, Writer Bill Kirby Jr., Account Executive Marshall Waren, Distribution Team Member John Jones, Publisher Tony Chavonne, Editor Kim Hasty, Account Executive Robin Wiggs, Social Media & Design Coordinator Melissa Nelson, Operations Manager Ashlee Cleveland and Account Executive Jessica Lallier

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