Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Representing ROAR are, from the left, Rick and Gerda Arcia and their daughters Olivia Talley (cutting the ribbon), Anne Arcia and Julia Arcia. Also enjoying the celebration are grandchildren Saskia, Wolfgang (the bearded one) and Konrad. Holding the ribbon are, at left, Chamber board member Robert Aldrich of Aldrich CFO Services and Board Chair-Elect Gordon Quarles of Blue Harbor Bank. In the photos below, the grandchildren having fun at the celebration with Oliva Talley modeling the Batman costume. (Photos by Chase Photography)
ROAR's business partners show support at ribbon cutting
At the grand opening of his offices in the TechWorks of Gaston County innovation center in Belmont on Feb. 5, 2020, ROAR Business Services powered by Proforma owner Rick Arcia organized a trade show exhibition featuring several of his business partner companies and involved the entire Arcia family. Rick's wife Gerda and their three daughters and four grandchildren participated in the celebration.
ROAR Business Services is a full-service marketing solutions provider for printing, promotional products, ecommerce and packaging solutions.
Chamber members and other guests qualified for prizes by visiting all of the trade show exhibits and learning about their products and services ranging from promotional apparel and printing to 3-D printing of promotional items from small custom nightlights to life-size action figure costumes.
For more on ROAR Business Services, call 980.550.3016, or visit www.roarbebold.com.
Rick Arcia speaking at grand opening, supported by his wife Gerda and daughters, Olivia Talley and Anne and Julia Arcia.