Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Fleet Feet Sports, the nationally recognized specialty retailer of running and walking shoes, apparel, and accessories, opened a store in Mount Pleasant on Thursday, March 14, marking the 100th store for the company. Family - owned and operated by Mount Pleasant residents Chris and Amy Minkel, the new store will be the third Fleet Feet Sports store in South Carolina.
It is located near Whole Foods Market in the Patriots Plaza Shopping Center.
Fleet Feet Sports Fleet Feet Sports is the nation’s leading franchisor of running specialty stores.
The Glasspro Pit Stop has announced that construction of a new state-of-the-art Cactus Car Wash next to the existing Pit Stop automotive service facility began on March 1.
The new car wash will replace the existing Pit Stop car wash and is scheduled to open this June.
During the Cactus construction phase, the Glasspro Pit Stop automotive service center will remain open.
The Glasspo Pit Stop Car Care Center will continue to offer a complete range of
automotive services, from major repairs to routine vehicle maintenance, tires, brakes, quick lube service, tire rotation, wheel alignment and much more.
Cactus operates several car wash facilities in the Southeast, including three others in the greater Charleston area, as well as several in Florida and Georgia. Cactus
Car Wash offers customers traditional, full-service car washing, exterior-only express car washing and a variety of special detailing and restoration options.
Charleston Ear, Nose & Throat Associates are pleased to announce the addition of Thomas Oma Hester, MD, FACS to their medical staff.
Dr. Hester, a board-certified and fellowship-trained ear specialist, will be a key participant in directing patient care and services for The Hearing and Balance Institute at Charleston ENT, a newly launched center with satellite offices, where physicians collaborate with audiologists to solve the most challenging hearing and balance problems.
Before receiving his doctorate from East Carolina University School of Medicine, Dr. Hester earned a BS in Biology from St. Andrews Presbyterian College. He performed surgical internships at Bowman Gray and the University of Kentucky, followed by an ENT residency at the University of Kentucky.
He then completed his sub-specialty fellowship in Otology/Neurotology at the Ear Research Foundation, Sarasota, FL.
Dr. Hester is actively involved in hearing research initiatives and a frequent presenter at national and regional conferences on ear, nose and throat topics.
He has authored a score of medical journal articles and a textbook chapter in the field of otolaryngology.
Board-Certified in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the American Neurotology Society, Dr. Hester is seeing patients at Charleston ENT’s West Ashley, Mount Pleasant and Summerville locations as well as The Surgery Center of Charleston.
East West Partners and Cooper River Realty welcome Patty Scott with Carolina One New Homes as sales executive for the Tides Condominiums.
Scott joins the team in sales for the Tides Condominiums with more than 20 years of experience in luxury real estate sales and development. Working in sales and marketing for Ginn Real Estate, DR Horton and most recently, The Ponds of Summerville, Scott has extensive knowledge of the regional real estate marketplace.
East West Partners is managing the sales and marketing of the remaining residences at the Tides, backed by a sales team including Mac Triplett, Patty Scott and Carolina One New Homes. East West Partners has started reintroducing these residences back to the real estate market, with the first residences listed as of March 1.
For more information about the Tides, visit www.TidesCharleston.com. For more information on East West Partners, visit www.ewpartners.com. For inquiries on available residences, contact Mac Triplett at firstname.lastname@example.org or Patty Scott at email@example.com.
Miami-based Houck Anderson, a renowned maritime and admiralty law firm, announced that it merged with The Chartwell Law Offices, one of the fastest growing law firms on the East Coast. The merger became effective March 1.
The merged firm will operate under the Chartwell name. Chartwell’s practice areas have also expanded to handle toxic tort, creditor’s rights and construction defect litigation.Carolina One
Carolina One Real Estate Services has recently named 75 of its realtor associates as Lifetime Achievement Award recipients. To qualify for this prestigious and exceptional accomplishment, an associate must have closed 500 homes or generated $100 million in closed volume within the Greater Charleston MLS area.
Lifetime Achievement Award recipients includethe following Mount Pleasant agents:
Coleman Boulevard: Susan Altman, Timm Gipe, Nancy Hoy, Ed Hunnicutt, Dede Warren
Isle of Palms: Charlie Aikman, Mac Jenkinson, Everett Presson, Bill Smith, Darlene Smith, Win Walker
Longpoint Road: Chuck Aydlette, Pam Bishop, Lynn Carmody, Kathy Carrier, Ursula Erichsen, Lolly Fabian, Gregg Fesler, Terry Horres, Katrina Johnson, Tommy Lovett, Mary Molony, Cary Walker
Mount Pleasant North: Don Dawson
New Homes: Sunday Lempesis
For the first time in the Charleston area, Keller Williams has named a commercial director, Joshua Schaap, to head up the commercial division.
Marking the rise in commercial real estate sales, Keller Williams, the largest residential real estate company in the country, has named a commercial director to the Charleston area.
This means the commercial market in the tri-county area will have proper representation.
Schaap, a multi-million dollar real estate broker, has successfully sold commercial real estate in the Charleston area for more than a decade with his business, Charleston Connection Real Estate Services.
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