FOUR OAKS – The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce welcomed Mama Nem’s, Mad Duck Transport, and Drop’ Em Fisheries during ribbon cutting celebrations held in July.
Drop’em Fisheries, owned by Tracy Adams, is located at 111 W. South Railroad Street. Drop’ Em Fisheries is a fish market offering fresh fish from the North Carolina coast. The market is opened Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00am-6:00pm.
Mad Duck Transport is located at 103 W. South Railroad. Mad Duck Transport, LLC is an over-the-road freight carrier. They also mobilize and demobilize heavy equipment for construction companies and haul aggregate/sand. In addition, they offer other services such as notary, copy and faxes. They can assist with quarterly fuel reports for trucking owner and operators, IFTA, and big truck tag renewals. Mad Duck offers account payable (billing) for small business including payroll and payroll taxes. Owner Kristie Massengill can be reached at 919-963-3420 or email at email@example.com.
Mama Nem’s Creole Food Truck is owned by Samad Bilal. Samad knew that he wanted to be a chef at the early age of six. He has been cooking, training, and creating ever since then. “Food is an essential and vital element to our everyday existence…it’s comfort, love and if done right…delicious. “To see their event schedule, menu or to contact please visit their website, http://www.mamanems.com/.
Joan Pritchett, Executive Director with the Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce said, “We are excited and pleased to see the continued growth in Four Oaks with new small business owners. We wish Drop’em Fisheries, Mad Duck Transport and Mama Nem’s great success. Be sure to shop and eat local every chance you get!”