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Bible Outlet is a North Carolina-based store that offers discounted Christian books and Bibles.
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Asheville Outlets grand opening weekend kicks off the event of April 30th with Open Doors. Those who want to be a part of this special night of shopping and giving back to 20 area non-profits are encouraged to go to soon as possible to purchase tickets. Located at the intersection of I-40 & I-26 at Brevard Road, this open-air lifestyle destination will include close to 75 outlets, featuring some of the most popular brand names. Follow us on Facebook @ashevilleoutlets, Twitter @shopasheville and Instagram @ashevilleoutlets. New England Development For more than thirty-five years, New England Development has taken a creative, entrepreneurial approach to real estate development and management––delivering and sustaining successful projects across a wide range of property types––and across the country.Once completed, Asheville Outlets will feature over 75 name brand outlets and local retailers.Based in Brooklyn, NY, West Elm offers a unique selection of home décor and furnishings, and has a commitment to supporting and sustaining handcraft, as well as emerging designers and manufacturers.The Carolina Special was a passenger train operated by the Southern Railway between Cincinnati, Ohio and the Carolinas. It was the last passenger train to use the route of the Charleston and Hamburg Railroad, which, as the South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company, began operation in December 1830, as one of the oldest railroads in the United States, and, by 1833, operated a 136-mile (219 km) line to Hamburg, South Carolina, on the Savannah River, the country's longest at that time.All Southern Railway Pullman service to Charleston rode over that historic, if bucolic, route from Branchville to the port city.