Nov. 18, 2007

Atriax, PLLC awarded the 2007 Hickory Landmarks Society Restoration Award – Small Business Category

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Congratulations to Atriax for being awarded the Hickory Landmarks Society Restoration Award in the Small Business Category.

In 1991, the Hickory Landmarks Society began recognizing individuals and groups in Hickory who have helped save or maintain their landmark properties and as a result, helped preserve the cultural heritage and character of our community. 

The purpose of these awards is “to educate, reward, and inspire” citizens to save and preserve the built environment of Hickory’s past. 

Atriax believes it's imperative to preserve local history and make a positive impact on the community. Restoration projects are crucial in maintaining the character and charm of historical landmarks for future generations to appreciate and enjoy.

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