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-Press Release, Granville County Chamber of Commerce
The Granville County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to recognize the 2019 Small Business of the Year, Owl House Café.
The coffee, deli and dessert shop, located at 209 North Main Street in Creedmoor, is owned by Hamza Tebib and Betty Tebib. The business opened in 2017 with three employees and has grown to include five full-time employees.
At a Tri-County recognition luncheon, sponsored by Duke Energy, Owl House Café/the Tebibs, were presented with a plaque by Toni Anne Wheeler, Chamber Membership Coordinator, and recognized by the Granville, Franklin and Vance County Chambers of Commerce, as well as Duke Energy and Vance-Granville Community College’s Small Business Center.
Creedmoor Mayor Bobby Wheeler’s nomination included Owl House Café’s participation in “Coffee with a Cop” each month; being an excellent community partner; making bread donations; participating in the Creedmoor Music Festival and Shop with a Cop; as well as providing jobs for the community, supporting the Police Department and the community as a whole.
According to Mayor Wheeler, “This is a small, family-owned business that has survived the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The Granville Chamber is appreciative of Owl House Café’s membership, participation and support and is proud to recognize them as the 2019 Small Business of the Year.