Three businesses join chamber
According to an announcement, Duke Tower Hotel and Condominiums, Diamond Touch Construction and North Carolina Wesleyan College have joined the Greater Durham Chamber.
Duke Tower Hotel and Condominiums, located at 807 W. Trinity Ave., is a hotel and condominium complex in which all condos are individually owned by investors and some are rented out as hotel rooms.
Raleigh-based Diamond Touch Construction specializes in paint, flooring, acoustical, non-structural framing and drywall. And North Carolina Wesleyan College provides adult student programs designed for working adults to earn bachelor’s degrees.
Ag-biotech firm hires marketing VP
Morrisville-based Advanced Animal Diagnostics has hired Allen Moczygemba, former manager of Farm Journal Media’s livestock publications and marketing director for Zoetis’ beef segments, as vice president of marketing.
Moczygemba will guide AAD’s growth in the dairy segment and oversee the introduction of the QScout BLD test for beef cattle, which provides a diagnosis of calf health.
Moczygemba has served on industry boards including the National Agri-Marketing Association, Dallas Agri-Food Council, U.S. Canola Board of Directors and Livestock Publications Council and the World Dairy Expo.
Employment group to host town hall
On Aug. 9, The Center for Employment Training, a career and technical education institution at 807 E. Main St., will be holding a community town hall meeting at Walltown Park Recreation Center.
The meeting is scheduled to discuss the purchase of 1305 W. Club Blvd. by CET as a new location.
According to a release, the location is close to public transportation, potentially increasing access for potential enrollees.