Ribbon Cutting: Digital Janus

The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Digital Janus with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, January 25th. Digital Janus provides Web Design, Digital Solutions and Internet (Online) Marketing. In today’s electronic  and social media age it is important to get the right message out to your clients. For further details please contact Kim Fogle at Digital Janus at (843) 337-3838  or email kim.fogle@digitaljanus.com.

Ribbon Cutting: D&L Inc.

D&L Inc. a Heating and Air-conditioning company, recently had their Ribbon Cutting ceremony as they became a member of the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce. D&L Inc. handles industrial, commercial and consumer needs when it comes to HVAC. Pictured cutting the ribbon are Steven Hayes and Larry Schnieders along with the employees of D&L Inc. and our Chamber ambassadors.

Ribbon Cutting: First Presbyterian Church & Child Development Center

First Presbyterian Church and the Child Development Center located at 700 Park Avenue recently joined the Florence Chamber of Commerce. The Child Development Center recently opened its doors in the fall of 2016. It provides a safe Christian environment for young children to grow and develop. Parents can leave their children knowing that they will be well taken care of in their absence utilizing hands-on activities and experiences. Children from 6 weeks to 4 years old are welcome. To contact First Presbyterian call (843) 662-2583.

Mi Tierra San Jose opens in new location on Celebration Boulevard

“FLORENCE, S.C. – Mi Tierra San Jose Mexican restaurant has a new home in the new year.

Tuesday was the first “official” day open in a new Celebration Boulevard building, said general manager Jose Perez Jr., just after the restaurant staff cut a ceremonial ribbon with the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce.

“We needed to change a little,” he said. It was October 2005 when Jose Perez Sr. opened a 5,000-square-foot location on the corner of Celebration Boulevard and West Palmetto Street, and 11 years later, the new 6,400-square-foot building boasts a private room for parties and ample outside seating on a covered patio.

“Time flies,” Jose Perez Jr. said.

“It feels good,” said his sister, Brenda Perez, the restaurant’s assistant manager. “It’s amazing.”

Patrons can expect the same popular Happy Hour specials and the same speedy and attentive service, she said.

“We’re fast,” Perez Jr said. They pride themselves on getting the professional lunch crowd fed efficiently. “We get ‘em in and get ‘em out quick.”

 His sister said their success can be attributed to good food, good service and the fact they want to treat customers like family.

“It’s basically the same menu – we’ve added a few new items and look forward to seeing everyone at our new location,” Perez said.

Mi Tierra San Jose is at 1280 Celebration Boulevard and is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, call 843-629-9903.”

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Locked Inn hosts ribbon cutting after joining Florence Chamber

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“FLORENCE, S.C. – Locked Inn hosted a ribbon cutting Thursday after recently joining the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce.

A live adventure escape room experience like nothing else in the Pee Dee, Locked Inn is inside the Gould Business Incubator on the campus of Florence-Darlington Technical College and opened its doors in July. Lakewood Lodge was the first room and participants had to figure out how to escape from a cabin occupied by a serial killer set to return in one hour.

Players sift through clues and solve puzzles to get out, and the same format is in place for Submerged. The second room at Locked Inn puts you inside a submarine that has sunk to the sea floor and holds an hour’s worth of air.

Owned by Maureen Allen and her brother Gavin Smith, Locked Inn has proven popular with couples, groups of friends, and quite a few corporate entities.

“It’s amazing, how well it’s going,” Smith said. “And now that corporate has found out about us, they’re using this for team-building exercises.”

Allen said running Locked Inn has been “a roller coaster” that’s “really fun but really challenging.”

Submerged opened a few weeks ago, and Smith joked that he found it “way more daunting” to get it ready than he’d originally envisioned, but now that that task has been completed, he and his sister look forward to getting the word out. Lakewood Lodge will see a change in its format in a few months.

“But we want to get all we can out of it before we change it up,” he said.

Locked Inn is inside the Gould Business Incubator on the campus of Florence-Darlington Technical College, 1951 Pisgah Road, next to the Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing and Technology. For more information, check out lockedinnsc.com or call 843-413-3216.

Ribbon Cutting: Transworld Business Advisors

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On Tuesday, November 15th the Florence Chamber welcomed new business owner, Michael Ulmer, with a ribbon cutting ceremony for Transworld Business Advisors in the James Allen Plaza. The franchise brokerage business is located at 1001 W Evans St in Florence.

You may contact them at (843) 799-2948 or visit them online at tworld.com/florence/.

 

Ribbon Cutting: Fit, Fun, Flavors

 

The Florence Chamber welcomed our newest member, Fit Fun Flavors, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, November 8th. Fit, Fun, Flavors is a local business owned by Chef Sherry Dailey.  Sherry is a passionate and experienced personal chef excited to introduce healthy, great food to those with busy lifestyles or those seeking to make lifestyle changes.

For more information, contact Sherry Dailey at chefsherryf3@gmail.com or by calling her at 803.609.3969. Visit her on the web at cheff3.com.

B. Nance holds ribbon cutting in Florence

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“FLORENCE, S.C. – B. Nance Fine Gifts hosted a Thursday morning ribbon cutting after recently joining the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce.

Since opening the doors in mid-July, proprietors Jill Blaker and her daughter Danielle Blaker Nance have watched their clientele grow along with their offerings.

“We’ve added a lot of lines and a picked up a ton of new merchandise for Christmas,” Nance said. “We have a line of loungewear, some luxury pajamas that are doing really well.”

 Lounge cardigans have also been popular, though the focus remains on gifts and not clothing. The baby gifts are perfect for showers and first birthdays, Blaker said, and they’re both excited to move next year into a location almost next door with a footprint expanded by 1,000 square feet.

Before the new location opens its doors in 2017 , a visit to the market in Atlanta will provide a whole new selection of gifts and home accessories.

“We’ll have almost a brand-new store,” Nance said.”

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