The Buy-Local campaign of the York County Regional Chamber of Commerce is holding its first “Holiday Hunt”, a community scavenger hunt to raise awareness during the 2012 holiday season.
The hunt will be from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
The hunt begins with registration at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s in Baxter Village. The two hour “Holiday Hunt” will send residents to businesses in Fort Mill, Tega Cay and Rock Hill and require each team to complete an array of tasks. Following the hunt there will be an awards ceremony where the grand prize team and individual winners will be announced,
The goal of the event is to increase the awareness through social media and help increase the knowledge of local residents. In turn, they will have the tools to educate others regarding spending money within the county and in effect, keep our tax dollars local, which through the multiplier effect will improve the quality of life where we live.
For information contact Esther Bickell, communications manager, at esther.bickell@yorkcountychamber or go to blholidayhunt.eventbrite.com
Business News• The Allen Tate Real Estate “Leave an Impression” Campaign for the Arts made a gift of $2,660 to the Arts Council of York County recently The checks and pledges from individual Realtors were presented by Sandy Johnson, whose team is located on Ebenezer Avenue in Rock Hill.
The “Leave an Impression” campaign spans both North and South Carolina. Team members have the option to donate to the cultural institution of their choice in the areas where they work. Twenty-seven realtors from Lake Wylie, Rock Hill, York, Tega Cay, Fort Mill, Lancaster and Ballantyne participated.
Diversified Signs and Graphics has been acquired by Marcus Higgins and John Elvington.
Diversified Signs is a full service wholesale architectural sign company offering consultation, design, fabrication and installation throughout the southeast.
Michael and Debbie Wilson, owners of Diversified Sign and Graphics, said Higgins and Elvington's relationships with sign resellers will help Diversified Signs grow. Wilson will remain with Diversified and oversee the company’s fabrication and installation departments.• In accordance with the requirements of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Britax Child Safety, Inc. has issued a voluntary safety recall on the Britax Boulevard 70-G3, Pavilion 70-G3, and Advocate 70-G3 Convertible Car Seats. The recall includes Britax Boulevard 70-G3, Pavilion 70-G3, and Advocate 70-G3 Convertible Car Seats manufactured between June 1, 2012 and August 31, 2012 for Model Numbers: E9LJ91A, E9LJ91M, E9LJ91S, E9LJ92E, E9LJ93P, E9LJ93S, E9LK91A, E9LK31A, E9LK31Q, E9LK32D, E9LK32Z, E9LK33Q, E9LL11A, E9LL11Q, E9LL12D, E9LL12Z, E9LG81A, E9LG83N, E9LG83P, E9LG83X, E9LG83Y, E9LL21A, E9LL23P, E9LL23Y.
To check if a car seat is affected consumer can visit www.BritaxConvertibleRecall.com or call 888-427-4829.
TUESDAY – Rock Hill's Krispy Kreme restaurant on Celanese Road officially opens a 6 p.m. when the “hot” sign lights up. The first 100 guests receive free commemorative t-shirts and tasty prizes.There will be a camp-out event Monday from 6 p.m to 9 p.m. for those wanting to be first in line.
THURSDAY– CovRing Day Spa will host the York County Regional Chamber’s Business After Hours from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, at 471 E. White St. in Rock Hill.