Martin, Stephen. “Making their mark: new store part of plan to increase awareness on local business scene.” Greensboro News & Record Sunday, May 25, 2003: E1-E2.
This article profiles Pocosin, a shop selling Native American art that opened in December 2002 at 230 South Elm Street in Greensboro, NC. The store is operated by the Guilford Native American Association, which was established in 1975 and also operates an art gallery and a day care center. The nonprofit association currently has a $500,000 budget and recently hired Sandra LeCrone as its economic development director. The Pocosin gift shop and the art gallery will help the incomes of Native American artists in the area and will supplement the funding available for he youth and senior citizens’ services administered by the association. For additional information about Pocosin, see its online store.