The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Stanfield’s General Store as August Business of the Month. Stanfield’s General Store was nominated for Business of the Month in recognition of recent business growth. Stanfield’s General Store has recently opened an adjoining addition which features antiques and collectables. They have also begun opening up the store the Third Thursday of each month for an evening of live music, wine tastings, and food sampling. Stanfield’s General Store will feature its next Third Thursday event on August 16th from 6-8pm featuring The Classics, playing classic country and popular hits. This event will also offer food sampling from many of the store’s local favorites.
Ole Time Grill, at 101 W Wellons St. in Four Oaks, is a popular spot for old fashioned hamburgers and hot dogs. You can also find delicious sandwiches, soups, and more. Most of all, they are known for their friendly service. The business is run by Robert and his wife, GiGi. Their daughter Angelin is also often near by helping with customers.
Welcome to the Chamber of Commerce! We look forward to working together to support the Four Oaks community and our local businesses and organizations!
The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the Johnston County Visitors Bureau as a 2018 Silver Sponsor! Sponsorships allow us to provide quality programming to our members and to coordinate opportunities that promote our local businesses. Thank you for your investment in the Four Oaks business community!
The Johnston County Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization representing all visitor attractions, hotels, camping, dining, shopping, meetings, festivals and events in JoCo….all these make up the components of the tourism industry that bring visitors to our county. Our funding is primarily provided by the 3% room tax paid by visitors while staying overnight in accommodations, some grants, and the JoCo Hospitality Association which is membership based. We invite you to engage with the JCVB staff and call upon the Tourism Authority to build our communities through tourism – visitors bring dollars, support jobs, and drive demand for commercial development. Tourism is economic development! #VisitJoCo