Up & Coming Weekly

September 19, 2017

Up and Coming Weekly is a weekly publication in Fayetteville, NC and Fort Bragg, NC area offering local news, views, arts, entertainment and community event and business information.

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SEPTEMBER 20 - 26, 2017 UCW 39 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM GOODS & SERVICES GOODS & SERVICES Best Veteran-Owned Business Chop Shop Tattoo 2945 Hope Mills Rd. (910) 426-4657 or www.facebook.com/chopshoptattoos Getting a tattoo is a lifelong commit- ment, so taking the time to pick the right shop is an important investment. Chop Shop Tattoo is a proudly veteran-owned tattoo shop, aptly named after 82nd Air- borne Division soldier and shop owner Robert "Chop" Francis. The specialty here is street-style tattoos. Chop Shop has been operating in the area for 15 years, and the resident artists are experienced at creating custom works of art. The weekly schedule accommo- dates both simple and complex projects. Tuesday through Thursday, the shop is primarily focused on appointments. This is ideal for larger and more complicated works. These appointments can be scheduled by email or by phone. Friday and Saturday are specifically dedicated to walk-ins, which is usually better for simple and small pieces. For anyone interested in obtaining a unique piece from Chop Shop Tattoo, there is an incredible gallery of past works online. For specific questions, the friendly and knowledgeable staff is available by phone or email. Best Shopping Complex (Not the Mall) Westwood Shopping Center 400 Westwood Shopping Center (910) 868-2121 or www.westwoodsc.com A day full of crisscrossing town to accom- plish errands quickly becomes exhausting and frustrating. Westwood Shopping Center makes it easier by bringing together a large variety of businesses. The locally-owned and operated shopping center was built in 1974 by the Player family and is an integral part of the 600-acre regional trade center in Fayetteville, which includes several other shopping centers and brings in over $200 million to the local economy a year. The Player family cares about the Fayetteville community, and it gives them great pride to know that the shopping center they built has become a place where small-business owners turn their dreams into reality. "It's a place where families can go to spend time together having fun, shopping or dining," the Player family said. Westwood Shopping Center is in the heart of Fayetteville's bustling restaurant and shopping district at the intersection of Morganton and McPherson Church Roads, near the All-American Freeway. Although the area has grown, Westwood Shopping Center still gives its visitors a personal, hometown feel. Thank You for Voting Us Best Place for a Kid's Party 217 Skyland Plaza| Spring Lake • 910-339-9119 | www.megaplayusa.com Vitamins & Herbs • Immune Support Gluten/Allergen Free Foods • Essential Oils Thank You Fayetteville! www.applecratenc.com Hope Mills 5430 Camden Rd. #103 Fayetteville 2711 Raeford Rd. #110 423-8800 426-7777

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