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IPSUM Technologies, LLC launching new Pickens County production operations

 

Manufacturing Company Creating Approximately 55 New Jobs IPSUM Technologies, a high-tech, advanced manufacturing company serving a variety of industries, today announced plans to launch new production operations in Pickens County. The company’s $19.2 million investment is projected to create approximately 55 new jobs. IPSUM Technologies is an advanced manufacturing company focused on high-technology sectors, including…

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Beaufort area SBDC is named State and Southeast Regional SBDC of the Year

 

The Small Business Administration (SBA) has named the Beaufort Area Small Business Development Center the 2019 State and Southeast Regional SBDC Center of Excellence and Innovation as announced by SBA South Carolina District Director Gregg White. The award will be presented during ceremonies honoring National Small Business Week to be held May 1 at the…

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Nonprofit Cola Town Bike Collective to launch ‘Sprocket” cycling app for Columbia, S.C., at May 1 event

 

To kick off national Bike Month, the Cola Town Bike Collective (CTBC) is launching Sprocket, its new web-based app for cycling routes across the Columbia, S.C., region, with a celebration on May 1 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be held at CTBC’s new headquarters at 711 Elmwood Ave. in historic Elmwood Park, one block…

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Furman Dean of Faculty Ken Peterson named VP for academic affairs and provost

 

Ken Peterson, who has served as Dean of the Faculty at Furman University since February 2017, has been named Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, Furman President Elizabeth Davis announced today. As the university’s chief academic officer, Peterson will be responsible for the faculty and related administrative departments that support all undergraduate, graduate and…

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Mark your calendars BBB® & AARP® secure your ID “Shred Day”

 

Better Business Bureau of the Upstate & AARP® South Carolina are partnering together to host Shred Day, a national event created to promote identity theft and fraud awareness. On Friday, April 26, the Simpsonville shred event will be held from 9-12 at Heritage Park., 861 SE Main Street, Simpsonville, SC 29680. On Saturday, April 27,…

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Za’s on Devine launches new party packages for private dining space

 

Za’s on Devine — a locally owned, neighborhood restaurant and bar in Columbia’s Devine Street district — has released new private dining party packages. With graduation around the corner, these bundled menus make it easy for busy high school and college graduates and their families to please their graduation party guests without breaking the bank.…

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Cohn Construction Services Completes Self-Storage Facility

 

COLUMBIA, SC, April 15, 2019– Cohn Construction Services has completed the construction of CubeSmart Self-Storage on Old Cherokee Road in Lexington, SC. The four-story 75,500 square foot self-storage facility located at 1120 Old Cherokee Road in Lexington, SC. The building contains 409 climate-controlled storage rooms, two large elevators, two multipurpose bathrooms, and a business lobby.…

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Author Jerred Metz to discuss new novel about 30th Division in World War I

 

Local author Jerred Metz has just released a novel based on the experience of the 30th Infantry Division in France in the First World War. On Sunday, May 5, he will talk about it and sign copies at the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum at 2 p.m. Metz spoke on the experience…

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Theodore & Associates Insurance choose United Way of the Midlands as its “Commit to Cola” charity of the quarter

 

Theodore & Associates announced donations from its quarterly referral program “Commit to Cola” will support United Way of the Midlands. “We are thrilled to be supporting United Way’s incredible mission with our Commit to Cola Referral Program,” said Drew Theodore, President of Theodore & Associates Insurance. “United Way impacts the Midlands in countless ways and…

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Dominion Energy announces Wayne Vermullen as General Manager for Dominion Energy Carolina Gas Transmission

 

Dominion Energy (NYSE: D) has announced that Tommy “Wayne” Vermullen has been named General Manager of the company’s South Carolina subsidiary Dominion Energy Carolina Gas Transmission (DECGT). As General Manager, Vermullen will be responsible for managing the operations of the natural gas transmission system across DECGT’s service territory. His responsibilities will include a continued focus on…

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