Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Style boutique Saint Sampson recently relocated from Live Oak Drive to 1340C Ben Sawyer Blvd. Owners Maria Schendzelos and Janice Mullin have expanded their offerings of affordable estate jewelry and sterling silver, art by local artists and gifts for the bride, graduate, and hostess.
Saint Sampson is open Thursdays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., some Sundays and by appointment. For more information, visit www.saintsampson.com or their Facebook page.
The Lowcountry Manufacturers Council (LMC) has elected Tommy Pruitt as chairman of the 2013-2014 board of directors. The LMC represents Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties and is the regional council for the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance.
Pruitt heads communications and marketing for General Dynamics Land Systems – Force Protection, located in Ladson. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Limestone College and has more than 20 years of management experience in human resources and communications. He is also the current chairman of the Trident Workforce Investment Board.
In addition to the election of Pruitt as chairman, the LMC elected the following board members:
Term Expiring 2014: Chuck Tuskan, Solvay; Rick Vance, JW Aluminum.
Term Expiring 2015: Diane Bagwell, Briteline Extrusions;; Ben Cheatham, Penford Carolina – 1st Vice Chairman; Gil Leatherwood, Leatherwood Manufacturing.
Term Expiring 2016: Todd Hastings, Robert Bosch – 2nd Vice Chairman; Doug Kelly, Boeing South Carolina; Joe Schady, Alpha Sheet Metal Works; Nikki Truman, Environmental Express.
Board Member Emeritus: Mike Leatherwood, Leatherwood Manufacturing.
Seppy’s Hotdogs is located just before the causeway to Sullivan’s Island at 1537D Ben Sawyer Boulevard.
Seppy’s Hotdogs is owned by Vaughn Daniel, who lives in Mount Pleasant, but is originally from eastern North Carolina.
Vaughn was a land developer and broker for 20 years and was previously in retail and restaurant management. She is excited about sharing Seppy’s with the community and providing a quick-service concept with exceptional service and value.
Vaughn is a firm believer in supporting local vendors and has partnered with several in the greater Charleston area. Also, two Wando students, Morgan McAllister and Anna Watts, designed the children’s coloring book that will accompany the kid’s meals.
Seppy’s Hotdogs offers 16 signature hotdogs of different varieties.
Connect with the shop on Facebook: facebook.com/seppyshotdogs; Twitter: @seppyshotdogs; and Instagram: @seppyhotdogs. Check out their website at www.seppyshotdogs.com.
Jan-Pro, an internationally ranked leader in the commercial cleaning industry, is pleased to announce that Robert Woods, owner of Jan-Pro of the South Carolina Coast, has been awarded the company’s 2013 “Franny” Award.
This award is given annually to Jan-Pro’s top office and is based on leadership and commitment to excellence in all aspects of the business, including net gain growth, sales performance and dedication to the company’s highest standards.
Since 2006, Woods has made an impact on the commercial cleaning industry throughout Charleston and the coast. Woods has led local operations to steady growth along with mentoring franchisees in his regional office and within the organization as a whole. His involvement and commitment to Jan-Pro’s ideals is far-reaching.
After the announcement of the award, Rich Kissane, president and CEO of Jan-Pro International, congratulated Woods.
After a 19-year absence, Janet Newham has decided to rekindle her real estate career with Carolina One Real Estate in the Isle of Palms office.
Newham moved to Charleston in 1994 and spent the last 15 years on the staff of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce. She was Senior VP of Resource Development at the Chamber, focusing on membership and resource development as well as fundraising.
Visit the Carolina One website at www.carolinaone.com.
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