Business Pulse for the Myrtle Beach area: Nov. 3

November 3, 2012 


•  Tiffany Platt Suggs of South Atlantic Bank has been promoted to senior vice president.


• Fuel Interactive won a Gold Award in the “Best Marketing Initiative” category from the Destination Marketing Association of North Carolina’s annual Destination Marketing Achievement Awards for its work for the Wilmington and Beaches Convention & Visitors Bureau.

• Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services Myrtle Beach office has been recognized among the “HomeCare Elite” in a national survey that determines the best providers among the more than 33,000 home care providers in the nation.

•  Wayne Byrd of Turner Padget Graham & Laney has been named a “Local Litigation Star” by Benchmark Litigation. The firm was named one of five “highly recommended” local litigation firms in South Carolina.


• The Brandon Agency, a full-service marketing firm headquartered in Myrtle Beach, has been named the agency of record for the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce.

•  Kathleen Crum “Kathy” McKinney, a Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd shareholder, was elected to the American College of Bond Counsel.

•  Anne Oehler, who has provided adoption services to parents in the Carolinas and Georgia since 1986, attended the Finding Families Adoption and Foster Care Conference in Columbia.

•  Svetlana Lipsey of Myrtle Beach has earned the use of the Mary Kay pink Cadillac, the eighth of her career, for demonstrating outstanding business and leadership skills.

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