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Index of Selected Contents
of the May 2003 Issue of
The North Carolina Magazine

Cover Story

Sand + Dollars
North Carolina's scenic mountains, heartland and coast, plus many top attractions, 
help pull in $12.6 billion for the tourism industry, and most of it arrives in the family station wagon.

Today in North Carolina
Burlington's Reorganization Gets Complicated
Warren Buffett's withdrawal of a $579 million buy to buy Burlington Industries casts another cloud on the bankrupt Greensboro-based textile company.

Executive Profile

Family Man
Jerry Cook, who has never missed a day of work, loves his job 
as vice president for international trade at Sara Lee -- almost as much as he loves his family.

Community Profile

Right Medicine, Strong Growth
Greenville and Pitt County parlay a growing state university and local smarts 
to create dynamic growth in Eastern North Carolina.

Small Business: Exporting

Success Overseas
The domestic market continues to be weak, which means now
is the perfect time to take your small business into foreign markets.

Tar Heel Travels

Best Tropical Vacations
Living is easy at one of the world's newest hot vacation spots,
the Turks and Caicos islands in the sunny Caribbean.

Editor's Desk
State Government
Executive Voices
Publisher's Letter

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