Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Mount Pleasant Business Association, a leader in the promotion and enhancement of the Mount Pleasant business community, announced that it has chosen its board of directors for 2013. The new board members are: Jonathan J. Chalfie of Lee & Associates, president; Jason Biggs of Regions Bank, vice president; Joseph Hinske, CPA, MS, with Legare, Bailey and Hinske, treasurer; and Jennifer Passmore of Spot on Graphix, secretary. Shawna Garris serves as immediate past president.
The board was elected at the December planning meeting which took place on Dec. 13, 2012. Membership in the association is a mix of professions from various industries, including advertising and publishing, financial services, health care, retail, insurance, legal and service businesses of every description.
Established in 1992, Mount Pleasant Business Association is a non-profit organization that celebrates success in bringing together businesses in our locale for mutually valuable purposes The association’s mission is as a leader in the promotion and enhancement of the Mount Pleasant business community, they provide members with information, advocacy, education and networking based on a foundation of
integrity, social responsibility and excellence. Since its inception, the Mount Pleasant Business Association has partnered with various local charities, providing financial assistance as well as bringing attention to their individual missions. Some of the charities include East Cooper Meals on Wheels, East Cooper Community Outreach, Dee Norton Children’s Center, the American Red Cross and Windwood Farm Home for Children.
For more information about Mount Pleasant Business Association, visit its website at
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