TyMel Contractors supports the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of North Carolina

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Jacksonville, NC Â? TyMel Contractors continues to support the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of North Carolina (AICCNC). This relationship brings an increased presence of American Indian owned businesses to eastern North Carolina.

Rock Wittman started TyMel Contractors in 1993. They specialize in commercial building renovation and new home construction. TyMel Contractors provides its services throughout the southeastern United States.

TyMel Contractors has over 20 years of experience working on government contracts. They recently finished a large project at Shaw Air Force Base.

Large project or small project, the TyMel Contractors team works hard to deliver a quality product.

To learn more about TyMel Contractors, call Rock Wittman at (910) 455-1851.

Scott Roberts of the AICCNC states, “TyMel Contractors was one of the first founding members of the AICCNC. We are proud to have Rock Wittman’s continuing support. There are not many American Indian-owned businesses in eastern North Carolina. We hope to change this by helping new and existing companies like TyMel Contractors become more successful.”

The AICCNC promotes the growth and success of existing and new American Indian-owned businesses in North Carolina to improve the economic well being of all American Indians employed by them.


Scott Roberts, Executive Director


American Indian Chamber of Commerce of North Carolina (AICCNC)

9201 Leesville Road, Suite 220, Raleigh, NC 27613-7540

Phone: 919-510-9696        Fax: 919-510-9668

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