The usual small town fare...
We've got groceries, hardware and parts stores, feed stores (farming community), and dollar stores. If you're out to buy clothes there's Cato's and Moore's, otherwise you have to hit the dollar store or one of the second hand/thrift stores.
What to buy: If you love plants, we have plenty of nurseries ranging from backyard mom and pop sales to commercial operations with greenhouses. If you want to shop where others may never have been, call and arrange to visit the greenhouses out at McCain Prison. Then when folks ask where'd you find that rabbit-foot fern, you'll have a good story to tell.
What to pay: Think more Elmore's Five and Dime than Macy's :-)
Unilever: Insider Trading from a middle school student?
Unilever has a store on the factory premises for employees only, but those lucky enough to get a pass from one of our fund raising middle school students can get in there to shop too!
What to buy: If you get the chance to shop there, buy plenty of everything! Suave products are not expensive at retail, so imagine how far your dollar goes here!
What to pay: Buying for yourself or for everyone's Christmas?
House of Raeford Outlet: Only In Raeford...
Our Turkey Plant has an outlet right next door that's a tiny little building where you go in one door and out the other.
What to buy: Don't let size fool you though, because you can get turkey and other poultry products at a good price along with souvineers of past and present Turkey Festivals. They used to carry "Ugly Eggs" that were misshaped but usually double yolked that we would get for the kids to color at Easter.
What to pay: The prices are reasonable, so I guess you'd base what you expect to spend on how well you like turkey and how much you'd buy all at once!
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