It all started with a back patio get together, a 1966 lemon MG sedan and a repossessed trailer. Then on September 26, 1967, the North Carolina Consumers Council (NCCC) was born. Later on March 7, 1968, a group of twenty-five consumers disappointed by the lack of consumer representation in North Carolina officially incorporated the North Carolina Consumers Council, a group dedicated to helping consumers everywhere.
That patio is gone, the car was recycled several times over, and the trailer disappeared on the back of a truck. But we’re still here more than forty-five years later. Formed during a tumultuous time in United States history, NCCC was the 28th consumer group in the nation and the first consumer group in North Carolina. It began as a grassroots group with a loyal following that still endures to this day.
Though technologies have changed throughout the years, our drive and passion have not faltered. If anything, we are even more passionate today than ever before. We continue to be your consumer voice in North Carolina and will continue to do so for decades to come.