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Mauldin Chamber announces awards, development updates

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Mauldin business leaders gathered in the Georgian halls of the Grand Holland Estate Wednesday night to celebrate the year’s accomplishments and those who helped the community accomplish them.

Tina Alexander of Palmetto Infusion Services was presented with the President’s Award by chamber CEO Pat Pomeroy. (Photo/Provided)“When I’m asked, how would you describe the city of Mauldin, I’d say two words, or actually three: fast and furious,” David Hammond, marketing specialist for Laurens Electric Cooperative, said at the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce annual meeting. “We have a lot going on: if you haven’t been down (Interstate) 385 and look to your right, Bridgeway Station, Phil Hughes’s development up there.”

With walls now up for the development’s Building F, Bridgeway Station is set to be a $500 million investment in the city, according to Hammond. He also touted Mauldin’s ongoing walkable village city center project, developed by the Parker Group, with incoming food concepts Bohemian Bull out of James Island and Sully’s Steamers.

Over the past year, the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce has heralded 45 to 50 businesses to 25,409-resident city with ribbon-cuttings under the leadership of CEO Pat Pomeroy, he said.

Accountants 4 U LLC was awarded an Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award by Laurens Electric Cooperative's David Hammond. (Photo/Provided)Award winners included:

 

Reach Molly Hulsey at 864-720-1223.

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