Columbia Real Estate Update 5-19-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / MAY 19, 2011
The nursing program at Newberry College, approved by the Board of Nursing for South Carolina in 2009, has received national accreditation through the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
SCANA Corp. will webcast a meeting with financial analysts to be held at 8 a.m. on June 16. At that meeting, SCANA’s management team will give an update on their nuclear plans and discuss the company’s business strategy and financial performance.
Treasurer Curtis Loftis said credit rating agencies are concerned about the state’s obligations to the state retirement system and that the state might not make an $89 million payment to keep the system in line with current guidelines.
With more than a decade in global brand and product innovation management at Procter & Gamble, Kerry Cavanaugh will lead Edens & Avant in a new strategic marketing direction focused on brand building and consumer innovation in retail, the company said.
Clifton Parker’s appointment by Gov. Nikki R. Haley to the South Carolina Department of Transportation Commission was confirmed by the state Senate on May 4. Parker will attend his first commission meeting today in Charleston.
Will Schafer, the president of Master Automotive in Augusta, Ga., and Aiken was elected to the Columbia International University board of trustees at its May 6 meeting in Columbia.
NAI Avant brokered the sale of a newly developed Dollar General Store located at 1927 Bluff Road with a transaction valued at $1.09 million.
Liberty Mutual is looking to hire a sales representative in Columbia. The full-time position entails selling auto, home and life insurance on a base salary, plus commission. As a direct employee, licensing and training will be paid by Liberty Mutual. Benefits include a 401(k) and a company-paid pension plan. Learn more or apply here.