Concord, NC, April 4, 2017 (Newswire.com) - North Carolina’s controversial House Bill 2 has been a source of political and financial backlash across the state, making national headlines, with parties on both sides of the political fence weighing in on the heated debate. However, with news of a repeal of HB2 by NC Governor Roy Cooper, it seems the dark cloud over NC has at least been partially lifted.
Many NC-based business owners believe this latest move helps cast an optimistic shadow for the future of business and entertainment in the state, including Chairman and Co-Founder of Concord, NC, based ACN, Inc., Robert Stevanovski. ACN has called North Carolina home for a number of years, bringing jobs and a commitment to the community in the local area.
“We are pleased North Carolina’s leaders came together to make this compromise and repeal HB2,” Stevanovski said. “This measure makes North Carolina more welcoming and hopefully allows the state to move forward and continue hosting great events.”
About ACN, Inc
Founded in 1993, ACN is the world’s largest direct seller of telecommunications, energy and other essential services for residential and business customers. ACN provides the services people need and use every day including Digital Phone Service, Local & Long Distance, Wireless, Energy, Television, Home Security& Automation, High-Speed Internet and Technical Support. ACN operates in 25 countries with offices located throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. For more information on ACN’s home-based business opportunity, visit acninc.com