Gov. McCrory to host Q&A on Facebook page - WJBF-TV ABC 6 Augusta-Aiken News, Weather, Sports

Gov. McCrory to host Q&A on Facebook page

Posted: Updated:
Gov. Pat McCrory, for the first time, will host a question and answer session on his Facebook fan page. Gov. Pat McCrory, for the first time, will host a question and answer session on his Facebook fan page.
RALEIGH, N.C. -

Gov. Pat McCrory, for the first time, will host a question and answer session on his Facebook fan page Monday.

McCrory will visit Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., Monday afternoon to tour the campus, and meet with executives and employees from North Carolina.

At 5:30 p.m. (EST), he plans to host a live Q&A session from the headquarters on his Facebook page.

The event will be the first time that the governor has hosted a Q&A on Facebook.

McCrory also plans to visit Google in Mountain View, Calif., Monday morning.

Google has a data center in Lenoir, N.C., which employees 110 people on site. The company also recently selected the American Underground in Durham as one of seven Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hubs around the United States and Canada.

Earlier this year, the company announced it would invest $600 million in its North Carolina data center, bringing its total investment to more than $1.2 billion at its Caldwell County campus.

Facebook also has a data center in North Carolina. About 40 full-time employees work at the Forest City campus, which is comprised of two 370,000-square-foot buildings.

RELATED STORIES

  • PoliticsMore>>

  • Hagan contrasts persona, GOP in NC Senate campaign

    Hagan contrasts persona, GOP in NC Senate campaign

    Saturday, April 19 2014 11:51 AM EDT2014-04-19 15:51:50 GMT
    Kay Hagan's self-identification as a middle-of-the-road U.S. senator who fights for the middle class, among other groups, and responds effectively to constituent requests may sound trite coming from any politician's mouth seeking re-election.
    Kay Hagan's self-identification as a middle-of-the-road U.S. senator who fights for the middle class, among other groups, and responds effectively to constituent requests may sound trite coming from any politician's mouth seeking re-election.
  • Cooper asks NC court to intervene in rate increase

    Cooper asks NC court to intervene in rate increase

    Saturday, April 19 2014 11:46 AM EDT2014-04-19 15:46:50 GMT
    Attorney General Roy Cooper is asking the N.C. Supreme Court to intervene once again on behalf of consumers in light of a decision to restore a rate increase sought by Duke Energy.
    Attorney General Roy Cooper is asking the N.C. Supreme Court to intervene once again on behalf of consumers in light of a decision to restore a rate increase sought by Duke Energy.
  • NC clergy write to Republican government leaders

    NC clergy write to Republican government leaders

    Friday, April 18 2014 7:37 PM EDT2014-04-18 23:37:10 GMT
    Several clergy members opposed to Republican policies approved in North Carolina are asking to meet with GOP state government leaders before the legislative session begin next month.
    Several clergy members opposed to Republican policies approved in North Carolina are asking to meet with GOP state government leaders before the legislative session begin next month.
Powered by WorldNow

1336 Augusta West Parkway
Augusta, GA 30909

Telephone: 706.722.6664
Email: talkback6@wjbf.com

Can't find something?
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. A Media General Company.