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Chamber approves competitiveness agenda

Posted: March 16, 2012 2:12 p.m.
Updated: March 19, 2012 5:00 a.m.

The Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce unanimously approved the S.C. Chamber of Commerce’s 2012 Competitiveness Agenda. The competitiveness agenda is a grassroots effort crafted to reflect the concerns of local chambers’ legislative priorities. 

Executive Director Liz Horton said during a previous meeting that Kershaw County’s endorsement will make the state chamber more powerful with support from local chambers.

The agenda covers issues from infrastructure to tax reform in an effort to create a better business climate.

In other news:

• The Chamber is gearing up to post four new videos to their website. There will be a “Welcome” video, as well as tourism, relocation and member benefits videos. Links to the videos can be sent via email to people interested in relocating to the area and will be sent in addition to relocation packets the Chamber already sends out, Horton said. 

• The board estimated that a crappie tournament, held this past weekend, will bring in approximately $50,000 dollars.

Upcoming Events:

Thursday, March 22 --Business After Hours, Kershaw County Board of Disabilities

Tuesday, April 17 -- Business After Hours, April 17, Heritage Community Bank

Thursday, April 26 -- TruVista Chamber Golf Challenge, Camden County Club


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