Table Linens Charlotte NC
Choose from 100's of colors and sizes, our sizes are designed to work with almost all event or banquet table and chair sizes.
LOCAL DELIVERY TO THESE AREAS IN CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA:
Neighbourhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina:
Ashley Park, Ayrsley, Ballantyne, Barclay Downs, Berry Hill, Beverly Woods, Biddleville, Blakeney, Carmel Village, Chantilly, Clanton Park, Cotswold, Coulwood, Croft, Derita, Dilworth, Eastfield/Prosperity, Eastland, Elizabeth, Enderly Park, Grier Heights, Hickory Grove, Hidden Valley, Highland Creek, Historic South End, Idlewild, Landsdowne, Lincoln Heights, Madison Park, Mountain Island Village, Myers Park, Nations Ford, Newell, NoDa, Northlake, Oakdale, Oakhurst, Oakview Terrace, Parkdale, Paw Creek, Piper Glen, Plaza-Midwood, Pleasant Grove, Quail Hollow, Raeburn, Reedy Creek, Revolution Park, Sardis Woods, Sedgefield, Shamrock, Sherwood Forest, Shopton, Shuffletown, SouthPark, Starmount, Steele Creek, Sunset Hills, The Arboretum, Thomasboro/Hoskins, Todd Park, Tryon Hills, University City, Uptown/Downtown, Washington Heights, Wesley Heights, Westerly Hills, Wilson Heights, Yorkmount Park, Yorkshire and surrounding areas.
Table linens for Charlotte wedding planners, events catering, and hospitality businesses are available at wholesale account prices, click the link at the bottom of the page to request your wholesale account.
100% one piece design, no panels, one piece of cloth.
Quarter inch hem edges that are folded and stiched.
Stain resistant & wrinkle free.
100% quality polyester or satin fabric.
Durable heavy fabric. Theirs is 160-180g/m2, Ours is 200-220g/m2.
Home dryer safe and home machine washable.
The City with Many Faces
The Queen City of North Carolina has many faces, a long historical heritage and a great future. It started out as an excellent place to pan out gold and the first development boom began right after the civil war. The unique those years are now illustrated in the Mint Museum of Art, which portrays the first signs of future advancement. Indeed, Charlotte was a railroad hub and the center for cotton processing, and today is the second largest banking center in the country. It's also home to major motorsport industries and it is the new energy capital.
Although, hurricane Hugo that struck the city in 1989 resulted to great damages and a great ice storm, which was righteously called Hugo on ice, left 1.3 million people without power for weeks during the coldest December in the city's history, Charlotte has been reborn.
Charlotte is home to the Charlotte Bobcats of the National Basketball Association, the Caroline Panthers of the National Football League, plenty of museums, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, many theaters and cultural centers. Its International Airport is the sixth busiest one in the country and it boasts for the diversity on ethnicities and cultures.
Although, various ethnic groups are mostly gathered in the Plaza Midwood area, their influence on art, cuisines and culture is pretty obvious all over the city. Yet, the largest area is the Southeast part of the city, where most cultural events and festivals take place. This is the place you are looking for, if you are searching for golf courses, shopping opportunities and great restaurants, where you can taste different cuisines. In fact, the development of the area still continues and the various activities started spreading to neighborhood areas.
The sketch show: The Robot Johnson Show is based in Charlotte and the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center includes six different theaters, where you can enjoy a plethora of different national or local performances and cabaret.
As an overall the city, especially the downtown area, has been transformed enormously during the last decade with the building of superstructures and the presence of numerous stores, cafes, restaurants and bars. The mild weather will allow you to walk the beautiful streets or even enjoy the greatest man-made lakes, the Lake Norman, the Lake Wylie and the Mountain Island Lake.
Charlotte is an interesting city with exquisite samples of modern architectural structures that point to the future underlining the city's potential. At the same time, the residents never forget, but on the contrary, honor their past. Hence, if you are passing by Charlotte in the spring, make sure you attend the "MecDec" festivities in memory of the one of the first declarations of Independence, which was known as the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence that led to the American Revolution, signed by the local leaders in 1775. Mark the date on your calendar: it's May 20th. This date is also marked on the flag and the seal of the state.