An Adventure Four Decades in the Making

Carolina Protocol was founded in 1981 by Ann Cherry, who continues to lead the organization today. Remaining firmly rooted in our eastern North Carolina heritage, we’ve taught generations the finer points of dining skills and social intelligence. Over the years, we’ve expanded our reach and  service portfolio to include some of the following locations.

A’Tavola Restaurant – Greenville Arendell Parrott Academy – Kinston Barton College – Wilson
Bethel Christian Academy – Kinston Boys and Girls Club of Lenoir County – Kinston Chef and The Farmer Restaurant – Kinston
Christ Covenant – Greenville Coral Bay Club – Atlantic Beach DECA at Lenoir Community College – Kinston
ECU Graduate School of Business – Greenville Figure Eight Island Yacht Club – Figure Eight Island Goldsboro Chamber of Commerce – Goldsboro
LEARN-Learn Education Acad. & Resource Network – Kinston The Country Club of North Carolina – Pinehurst North Carolina Pork Council-Wild Boar Restaurant, Wallace
Walnut Creek Country Club – Goldsboro Woodington Middle School – Kinston UNC Kenan-Flagler School of Business Alumni – Chapel Hill

We think today’s society is craving well-mannered people — in schools, in social settings, in the workplace. So we set about equipping each new group of  learners with the kind of social skills and courtesies needed to succeed, not so much in our classes, but in life. As long as the world needs civil, well-mannered and respectful men and women, we’ll be here to teach them.