The Rock Hill/York County Convention & Visitors Bureau has launched its first mobile app “Visit York County, SC.” It is available in the Apple Store for iPhone users and on Google Play for Android users.
Visit York County, SC is an “eat, stay, and play” app that was created to help visitors and residents find local restaurants, places to stay and things to see and do.
“York County, SC is an accessible, affordable and authentic destination, so we created the app with those things in mind,” said Sonja Burris, communications manager for the Rock Hill/York County CVB.
To promote the new app, the Rock Hill/York County CVB has a a month-long Facebook photo contest for users that download the app.
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Until Aug. 22, those who download the Visit York County, SC app can enter to win a Samsung tablet. The contest will include a photo scavenger hunt, in which participants must find the selected image within the app to be eligible to win. Once the image is found, participants have the chance to win one of two Samsung tablets.
Users may enter the contest via the Visit York County, SC Facebook page or the CVB website, www.visityorkcounty.com.
For more information about the app or contest, call the Rock Hill/York County CVB at 803-329-5200.
, executive director of theYork County Habitat for Humanity
affiliate has been named to the South Carolina Association of Habitat Affiliates board of directors. Veeck has served as the York County affiliate’s executive director since 2010 and previously worked for the Habitat affiliate in San Francisco as the interfaith coordinator.
• Lori Nielsen of Rock Hill has become an independent consultant with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company. For more information about Tastefully Simple products, taste-testing parties or starting your own Tastefully Simple business, contact Nielsen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
•Heath C. Dickson
of Cherokee, Chester, Fairfield and Union counties recently attended the company’s 45th annual convention in Nashville.
Convention delegates attended programs on a variety of topics with two goals in mind: updating franchisees on the most advanced disaster mitigation solutions available and helping franchisees build and maintain successful businesses.
• • TheTega Cay
andFort Mill State-of-the-Community
breakfast will be 8 a.m. July 31 at the Glennon Center in Tega Cay.
Keynote speakers for the event include Fort Mill Schools Superintendent Chuck Epps, Fort Mill Mayor Danny Funderburk, and Tega Cay Mayor George Sheppard.
The annual “Bruce & Kitty Updike Volunteer of the Year” Award will be presented during the program.
Tickets are $18 for chamber members and $23 for nonmembers. To register, visit the Chamber’s website at www.yorkcountychamber.com, or contact Kim Kerr in the Chamber’s Fort Mill office at 803 547-5900 or Kim.Kerr@yorkcountychamber.com. The deadline for registration is July 30.