Both of CBC’s Durham entities are making headlines this summer. The American Tobacco recently began talking expansion, Burt’s Bees will be giving tours of Burt’s Cabin – on the ATC campus – for two days in June, and WUNC conducted an interview with an author who’s written about the history of the Bulls. Here’s the scoop:
Expansion in Store for American Tobacco?
American Tobacco held its first public meetings about the potential expansion of the campus into the adjacent University Ford property last week. ATC Development Director Mark Stanford told the Triangle Business Journal that CBC “wanted to hold public forums because of “the city and county’s investments in the original American Tobacco project” and emphasized that the options for the site are still wide-open. Planning is in the early stages.
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If you’d like to submit your opinions on the expansion, the American Tobacco team would love to have your input. A form for feedback is now live and can be accessed here:
Burt’s Cabin Open for Tours…Briefly
On June 22-23, 2017, Burt’s Bees will be offering free public tours of Burt’s Cabin, which is located on the American Tobacco campus in front of the Burt’s Bees headquarters. The Cabin will be open in honor of National Pollinator Week. The 300-square-foot cabin belonged to Burt’s Bees founder Burt Shavitz. The company restored the cabin and moved it to its ATC location earlier this year.
Find out more:
- Triangle Business Journal: Cabin of late Burt’s Bees founder at Durham HQ to open (temporarily) for tours
The History Behind the Bulls
On June 13, WUNC’s Frank Stasio interviewed writer Ron Morris about his new book “No Bull: The Real Story of the Rebirth of a Team and a City” on The State of Things. Read about the highlights from their chat and listen to the entire interview: