Gov. Pat McCrory meets with officials at the 2012 groundbreaking for MetLife, which received state incentives.
Gov. Pat McCrory meets with officials at the 2012 groundbreaking for MetLife, which received state incentives. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Gov. Pat McCrory meets with officials at the 2012 groundbreaking for MetLife, which received state incentives. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
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