'); } -->
Clover chamber selling anniversary bracelet
CLOVER The Greater Clover Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the sale of a charm bracelet to mark the 125th annivesary of Clover.
The bracelet is $25, available from the Clover chamber and at Good Things Consignment & More and Siopa on Main, both in downtown Clover. The packaging for the bracelet has a card attached that tells when each of the 10 charms represens.
The bracelets are silver-plated and each charm has a special meaning for the town. The charms represent Clover’s name, an eagle for the home of the Blue Eagles, a Celtic braid for its Scotch-Irish heritage, a key to represent the key to Clover’s heart, a train to make its railroad history, a Palmetto for the state of South Carolina, a ball of yarn for the town’s textile heritage, the clover that grew under the town’s water tank, love to represent “the town with love in the middle” and a 2012 charm to mark the 125th year.
Reunion Tradeshow vendor space available
ROCK HILL Plans are under way for the second annual Reunion Tradeshow to be held 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Baxter Hood Center.
The event will feature area attractions, hotels, caterers and other local vendors with products and services that support reunions, club parties and social gatherings. Some vendors will offer food samples, special offers and information that will help coordinators plan. There also will be information presentations by local travel and tourism professionals.
Businesses and organizations interested in reserving booth space can download the application at http://visityorkcounty.com/reunion/, or pick up an application at the York County Visitor Center at the Baxter Hood Center. The deadline to submit an application is Dec. 28.
For more information, call 803-329-5200.
Business growth workshop scheduled
RICHBURG The Chester County Economic Development and South Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership are hosting a Business Innovation Masterclass Workshop to help companies implement a sustainable business growth system. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 16 at Gateway Commons Business Park, 3200 Commerce Drive, suite B, Richburg.
South Carolina’s leading economic development engines along with statewide private consulting groups are facilitating the event. This half-day workshop will teach companies how to implement a sustainable system to introduce new products or services, expand into to new markets, and launch new messaging campaigns. The workshop covers business innovation strategy, marketing, and modeling and simulation for growth. Executives and upper level managers from manufacturing and distribution companies are encouraged to attend.
The workshop facilitators are representatives from the SCMEP, which will help participants with developing better business innovation strategies to benefit companies. Participants will learn how Nike, Hewlett Packard, Walt Disney, Procter & Gamble, Slumberger and Ford Motor Co. have applied this system to generate sustainable business growth.
The cost is $25 per person and includes lunch. To register, call 803-252-6976 or visit scmep.org/business-innovation-workshop/.
Free financial workshops offered
ROCK HILL The York County Library and Family Trust Federal Credit Union are offering free finances and money management workshops “Know Your Dough: Inspiring Financial Freedom,” from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month at the library on Black Street in Rock Hill.
Up next will be Understanding Home and Auto Insurance, Jan. 8; Investing with Confidence, Feb. 12; Identity Theft: Who’s got Your Number?, March 12; Legal Planning for Seniors, April 9.
Participants are asked to register at familytrust.org/knowyourdough or call 803-326-2187.
Send us business news
Send business news and JPEG photographs for publication to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submissions become the property of the Enquirer-Herald and may be published in any format.