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The Beach Company supports scholarship fund

The Beach Company recently donated scholarships to eight students at the Greenville Technical College through the college’s Quick Jobs with a Future program.

CPA firm manager praises IGNITE program

In an open letter to the Greenville Chamber, Cindy Dorn, a Community Relationship Manager at Elliott Davis Decosimo CPA firm, wrote about how special the chamber's IGNITE program is to her company.

Columbia eatery raises funds for firefighter's family

Sure Fire Tacos & Tortilla Grill has raised funds to support the family of firefighter Durham DeLaura, who passed away recently in a boating mishap.

Aiken leaders hope to attract more young professionals to city

University of South Carolina-Aiken Chancellor Sandra Jordan was the keynote speaker at the recent Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce's State of Our Community Luncheon, where she explained the importance of attracting more young professionals to the area.

Developer remembers Hugo: 'You have no choice but to get through it'

John Darby remembers well a previous hurricane called Hugo. It totaled his childhood home.

West receives Little River Community Leadership Award

The communications and marketing coordinator of the Little River Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center recently received the Little River Community Leadership award.

Saltwater Highland Games moving to Sports Complex

The third annual Saltwater Highland Games will take place from March 23-25, 2018, at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex.

Greenville Chamber CEO releases statement regarding DACA decision

Greenville Chamber President and CEO Carlos Phillips recently released a statement regarding President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Helicopter rescue team returns home from Texas to assist in Irma recovery

The South Carolina Helicopter Aquatics Rescue Team (SC HART) returned home after assisting with Hurricane Harvey to face assisting its own citizens in light of Hurricane Irma.

Business Boot Camp takes place Thursday

Lisa Montanaro's Kick-Butt Business Boot Camp takes place Thursday at the Family Circle Tennis Center on Daniel Island from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Heiss to facilitate Greenville Chamber's diversity summit

Rebecca Heiss will facilitate this year's diversity summit, LEVERAGING HUMAN DIFFERENCE: A Strategic Priority for Business Success & Community Prosperity, sponsored by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.

Aiken Chamber recognizes Malone for ambassadorship

The Aiken Chamber of Commerce has named Woody Malone its Ambassador of the Quarter.

15 schools receive grants from Cooper River Bridge Run Fund

Fifteen Charleston County School District schools have been awarded grants from the Cooper River Bridge Run Fund.

Spartanburg City Council OKs new parking, discusses sign ordinance

The Spartanburg City Council OK'd the demolition of two obsolete structures to add more parking.

Cooper confirms state's opposition to coastal drilling

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and the Department of Environmental Quality recently sent a letter to the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management detailing the state's opposition to the oil and gas leasing for offshore drilling on its coast.

Greenville Chamber welcomes Heltsey as advocacy intern

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has welcomed new advocacy intern Zachary Heltsley to its team.

North Charleston discusses historic vision behind Park Circle

The City of North Charleston recently featured a writeup on Park Circle's inspiration.

Columbia Chamber to honor Staley at awards gala

The Columbia Chamber of Commerce will honor five people at its 115th annual gala Sept. 28 at 6 p.m. at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.

Employers can save on workers' compensation through Greenville Chamber

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce discusses workers' compensation on a recent post on its website.

Greenville Chamber conducts diaper drive in September this month

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is collecting diapers for Operation Dry Baby Bottoms, with a goal of collecting 1 million diapers this month.

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