The Aiken Chamber of Commerce recently acknowledged two of their own at its Aiken Young Professionals (AYP) dinner gala for their contributions to the community and the group itself by presenting a pair of awards.
To boost booming business, the Greenville Chamber recently released its public policy agenda for 2018 in conjunction with the Upstate Chamber Coalition, striving for widespread access to participation in the local economy.
Featuring fresh seafood, live entertainment and gifts galore, Little River’s annual World Famous Blue Crab Festival is now accepting applications from potential vendors and sponsors for its two-day 2018 fair slated May 19-20.
Gathering underserved students just once weekly for one-on-one time can go a long way, so Horry County School District is partnering with United Way to give kids an academic boost via “United to Learn.”
For safeguarding Little River ‘round the clock every day of the year, Horry County police officers recently merited a round of gratitude from the Little River Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center via a donation.
Thoroughly pinpointing specifications for message duration and timing, location, and other physical requirements, the Spartanburg City Council recently approved limited outdoor LED digital lighting solutions for local companies and organizations.
Interior design product vendor ProSource Wholesale of Greenville recently celebrated a ribbon-cutting at its new showroom at 2 Distribution Court in Greer, opening the doors to regional remodelers, Realtors and more.
Clemson Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks fans have much to cheer about this bowl season, so South Carolina Federal Credit Union will give away 40 pairs of tickets to two New Year’s Day football games.
More than 1,000 Aiken Chamber of Commerce stakeholders can now effortlessly connect with customers and clients thanks to www.aikenhasit.com, a breakthrough digital resource launched to bring products and services together with regional end users.
Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce members recently have taken on a new responsibility: helping to shape a career future for regional young residents, thanks to a new engineering youth apprenticeship program for area high schoolers.
Paper and packaging provider WestRock, which maintains manufacturing facilities in Florence, recently revealed plans for outlaying resources destined to augment its South Carolina mill’s output, quality and service for its kraft linerboard products.
Whether creating a website, improving searchability, pinpointing clients or crafting business identity, a free 1 p.m. (EST) Nov. 21 online seminar can make a difference for business owners, the Little River Chamber of Commerce announced recently.
The City of Palmetto is wrapping up the 2017 budget and the events of the past year, and looking forward to the plans of 2018. In preparation for the new year, the city is putting together the 2018 Legislative Survey and agenda.