A woman’s place is at the top, says Terri King

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Cover Design Credit:

Scott Southwick

Cover Photography Credit:

Mark Barrett
This week, we highlight the enterprising women of WNC who took the plunge into a variety of business endeavors — from real estate to equity consulting and selling everything from groceries to cars, sweet treats and more. Look for the Women in Business banners on articles through- out this issue. On the cover: Terri King, president and owner at Coldwell Banker King



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