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City, county employees complete economic development program
Economic Institute
Caitlin Corbett (left) and Lauren Branham-Reeder (right) pose with David Cuda, board secretary for the S.C. Economic Developers Association following their completion of the 2013 S.C. Economic Development Institute.
Caitlin Corbett, assistant to the city manager of Camden, and Lauren Branham-Reeder, marketing and administrative assistant for Kershaw County’s economic development office, were among more than 50 local leaders and development professionals from across South Carolina who recently completed the 2013 S.C. Economic Development Institute. Institute graduates received certificates of completion during the final day of the institute’s program held at Rock Hill City Hall. During the program’s two-day sessions, Corbett and Branham-Reeder traveled to various locations throughout the state gaining insight into economic development issues impacting South Carolina, including water and wastewater infrastructure, available industrial or business buildings and the community development components necessary to attract investment.