Business Pulse for the Myrtle Beach area: June 21

June 18, 2014 

ARRIVALS

•  Alex L. Wetherell has joined South Atlantic Bank as an assistant vice president and credit analyst.

•  Sue Bradley has been named property manager of The Jackson Companies in Myrtle Beach.

•  Rachel McMillan has joined CresCom Bank as a part-time teller at the 38th Avenue North branch in Myrtle Beach; David Blayton has joined as a summer teller at the 38th Avenue North branch in Myrtle Beach.

•  Taylor Griggs has joined The David Law Firm as a full-time manager of social security disability claims; Jennifer Koss has joined as a legal assistant intern.

PROMOTIONS

•  Teri Rea Holland of Hampton Inn Georgetown Marina has been promoted to general manager.

•  Aaron F. Leach of Conway has been named an associate at ROWE Professional Services Co.

AWARDS

• A&I Fire and Water Restoration was awarded the 2014 Chrysalis Awards for Remodeling Excellence for “Commercial Insurance Restoration” for the rebuilding of Windsor Green after the 2013 fire.

•  Kathy B. Flowe, national sales manager for The Alabama Theatre, received the Hall of Fame Award at the Meeting Professional International Carolinas Chapter’s Annual Meeting in Concord, N.C.

NEW BUSINESS

• The Grounds Guys are now serving the Greater Myrtle Beach area, providing landscape management services to parts of Horry and Brunswick, N.C., counties. For information, call 399-3670.

• Aquatic Analytics has been certified by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and is now open. For information call 471-1933 or visit aquaticanalytics.com.

MISCELLANEOUS

•  Kent Larsen, a compliance specialist at CresCom Bank, has earned the Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager certification from the American Bankers Association Institute of Certified Bankers.

•  Patrice Sebastian of WebsterRogers has earned the Certificate Exit Planning Advisor designation through the Exit Planning Institute.

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