Business In Brief - June 19, 2007

Miss Libby's Tea Parties joins Ida Roselle's

FORT MILL -- Ida Roselle's, a family-owned restaurant at 235 Main St., Fort Mill, has added Miss Libby's Tea Parties to its services.

Miss Libby's Tea Parties of Rock Hill will host tea parties, princess parties and spa parties for young ladies at the restaurant on Friday evenings and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Ida Roselle's is open for lunch Tuesdays through Fridays and offers specialty soups, salads and sandwiches, with special "family meals" daily. Catering for groups is available.

Contact Nancy Jordan, owner of Ida Roselle's, at 802-5360. To contact Libby Miller of Miss Libby's Tea Parties, call 327-5767 or visit www.misslibbysteaparties. com.

Real estate agent gets national recognition

Pam Morrell, a broker at Keller Williams Realty of York County, has been recognized as No. 9 out of 75,000 Keller Williams agents nationwide in Closed Units for the month of April.

Bridal consultant upgrades membership

CHARLOTTE -- Simone D. Farrar, operator of Serenity Affairs in Charlotte, has upgraded her membership in the Association of Bridal Consultants.

Serenity Affairs is a full-service event planning and management company that serves brides in Mecklenburg, Cabarrus and Union counties in North Carolina and in Fort Mill and Rock Hill.

As an association member, Farrar works with other professionals to improve their business.

Luau-themed chamber event to be Thursday

FORT MILL -- Allstate Insurance-Corey Hinson & Associates, American Home Mortgage-The Eric Storm Mortgage Team, Robert Palmer & Associates and Wil Plyler Financial Group will host the York County Regional Chamber of Commerce's monthly business after hours from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday at 1171 Market St. The event will be in the outside rotunda area.

Chamber members are invited for live music and a Hawaiian luau-themed evening of networking. RSVPs are not required. Bring business cards to share.

For more information, contact Sonja Burris at the chamber office at 324-7500 or e-mail

Data center backed by Comporium to open

GREENVILLE -- Immedion, a new data center headquartered in Greenville, announced plans to open the Upstate's first dedicated technology hosting and co-location facility in Greenville. The building, targeted to open in August, will include a 5,000-square-foot data center, office space and room for expansion.

Immedion is backed in large part by Comporium Communications.

Jack Holladay, senior vice president of Comporium, stated in a press release, "We're excited about our partnership with Immedion. We are familiar with Immedion's product set and have a long-standing relationship with Immedion's leadership. Comporium's management has a tremendous amount of confidence in the valuable and needed services Immedion will bring to Upstate South Carolina."