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Business In Brief - July 6, 2007

Wing King to reopen after lightning strike

The Wing King at 1415 E. Main St. will reopen today after being closed for several weeks because of a lightning strike.

The hood system on the roof of the restaurant, which opened in 2002, was hit by lightning during the afternoon of June 11, owner Judy Rough said.

Repairing the hood system and air conditioning cost $19,000, Rough said, adding she lost about $6,000 in food. Employees used the time while the restaurant was closed to do some renovations inside.

"Every day seems to be a challenge," Rough said. "Every day has been an adventure."

Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. The phone number is 327-0234.

Dinks Produce adds products, changes hours

Dink and Edward Duncan, owners of Dink's Produce Market, have added meat, cheese, steak, seafood, ham and eggs to products sold at their store.

The store, at 217 Albright Road, continues to sell fresh South Carolina produce.

Hours are 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays through Saturdays and 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays. The business is closed Sundays.

The phone number is 328-8688.

York County Chamber networking Tuesday

TEGA CAY -- The York County Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold a Networking in Tega Cay from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Fishbone Grille, 501 Crossroads Plaza, at the corner of S.C. 160 West and Gold Hill Road.

The event also is sponsored by Tega Cay Family Pharmacy and Fort Mill Pharmacy. Refreshments will be served.

Members may bring business cards for networking, which does not require a reservation or admission.

For more information about chamber programs in Tega Cay, call Becky Adams, 324-7500.

Rinehart Realty to host career night Tuesday

Rinehart Realty will have a career night drop-in from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at both the Rock Hill location, 1339 Ebenezer Road, and the Fort Mill location, 2879 S.C. 160 West.

The event is open to people who are interested in a career in real estate.

For more information, call 329-3333.

New chiropractic center in Rock Hill

Dr. Steven and Pamela Kamego of Rock Hill have opened Kamego Chiropractic Wellness Center at 1735 Heckle Blvd., Suite 103, at the corner of Heckle and Herlong in Wedgewood Square behind Quiznos.

The business offers chiropractic and wellness services, including massage therapy, rehabilitation, scoliosis reduction and treatment for auto injuries and sports injuries.

Steven graduated from Sherman College in Spartanburg with a doctor of chiropractic. He is licensed in Michigan, Georgia and South Carolina. His post-graduate training includes sports chiropractic, peak performance and postural correction/rehabilitation. He is a member of the International Chiropractors Association and the S.C. Chiropractic Association.

Pamela is a 2002 graduate of Rising Spirit Institute of Neuromuscular Therapy in Atlanta. She is a licensed and certified neuromuscular therapist who specializes in myo-fascial release, relaxation, deep tissue, pregnancy and sports massages. She is in the process of obtaining her South Carolina license.

The Kamegos plan to hire two massage therapists, a receptionist and a medical biller. The 1,400-square-foot office has on-site diagnostics, two treatment/adjusting rooms, two therapy and rehab rooms, a massage therapy suite and a children's play room.The phone number is 328-2440, and the e-mail address is Kamegochiro@comporium.com.

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