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Name: Ashley Avery & Arlene Williams Business Name: Palmetto Cabinet Studio Area of Expertise: Fine Cabinetry The women of Palmetto Cabinet Studio share a passion for design and work together to bring fresh ideas and fine designs to Lowcountry homeowners. Arlene Williams is the senior designer and has worked in the construction and design field on Hilton Head Island for nearly 20 years. Williams has won numerous awards as an associate member of the Homebuilder’s
Association for “Best Kitchen” and “Best Bath.” Her work has been featured in regional publications as well as cabinet manufacturer brochures. Williams believes your home should be a reflection of your personal style and the way you live; she creates designs that perfectly balance form and function. She also enjoys looking toward and contributing to future design trends. Ashley Avery was born and raised in Chicago and has worked in high-end residential design since 2010. She received her degree in interior design, specializing in kitchen and bath, from William Riley Harper
College. Avery was honored as one of 30 up and coming young designers to watch in 2013 as the recipient of the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s “30 Under 30” award. Avery was raised on her grandparents’ farmland, which explains why her favorite style of design has a modern edge with vintage charm. She enjoys blending the classic Lowcountry style with a contemporary twist. 29 Plantation Park Drive, Suite 802 Bluffton, SC 843-815-5505 www.plamettocabinetstudio.com
Name: Christina Dzendzel & Blake Schmid Business Name: Coastal Bliss Area of Expertise: Women’s Fashion Who says friends and business don’t mix? Blake Schmid and Christina Dzendzel, who grew up as neighbors on Hilton Head Island, are defying the odds. After graduating from Hilton Head Island High School, Blake attended Clemson University, where she studied communications. Christina studied interior design at Savannah College of Art and Design. Back on the island, degrees in hand, they went to work in separate industries. When they combined their talents and interests with a mutual love of fashion and shopping their dream was launched. Joining forces to open Coastal Bliss, a women’s clothing boutique, Blake and Christina hand pick each item for the store and pride themselves on finding unique clothes for the everyday fashionable woman. Growing rapidly in their first two years, they have recently expanded and moved to the new Shelter Cove Towne Centre. Coastal Bliss offers an eclectic mix of fashionable clothing, bright colors, bold accessories, and playful gifts. Blake and Christina believe that stylish women’s fashion should be available to all, and they are committed to keeping the prices affordable. Coastal Bliss reveals an array of new arrivals almost daily, so you’ll discover something special on every visit. 38 Shelter Cove Ln #126, Hilton Head (843) 802-4050 www.coastalblisshiltonhead.com
Name: MJHennesy Business Name: Discount Furniture & Mattress Outlet Area of Expertise: Helping people find exactly the right thing What inspired you to start your own business? It was 1988 and I was working in Boston in a very wonderful corporate job, but I was traveling way too much with three teenagers at home. Plus, I wanted my children to have their grandparents back in their lives, so my husband and I quit our jobs and moved to Hilton Head. He went to work for the airlines, and I bought a tiny startup furniture company, and the rest is history. How many hours a week do you work, as a successful business owner? You don’t really want to know… I don’t really want to know! Every business owner knows that you take your work home every night and weekends! It is what it is—part of business ownership. Were there any books or educational resources that helped you along your path? I read books, attend seminars, and take courses whenever I can. I’ve been in sales my whole life and enjoy helping people. After starting your company, was there ever a time when you thought you wouldn’t make it? If so, what did you do to make it work? The first time was after 9-11 and the most recent was when the economy tanked in ’07. I prayed a lot! We also reinvented ourselves and did whatever it took. We started doing free in-home decorator service, ramped up our customer care and lowered our margins. I’m grateful for our wonderful customers and my fabulous staff. In your opinion, what separates your business from others that are similar? We give exceptional service in all situations, especially when problems pop up. That’s really the area that separates a good business from a great business! EVERYONE has occasional problems. We make sure we solve the problem to the customer’s satisfaction 100 percent when the dust settles. What would you say is the secret to success? People don’t generally go browsing in furniture or mattress stores for no reason, so we do everything we can to help them find exactly what they’re looking for at a great price. You only accomplish this efficiently by listening carefully to your customer and asking the right questions. Then, their search is over and everyone is happy. Hilton Head Island 118 Mathews Drive 843-681-4620 www.hiltonheadfurniture.com
Bluffton 1504 B Fording Island Rd. 843-837-4620
Names: (Back to Front Row) Andrea Smith (Creative Associate) Erin McDaniel (Communications Director) Kore Wilbur (Business Manager), Tiffany Coker (Events Director) Tabitha Turner (Elementary School Coordinator) Benedette McGuire ( Director of Missions and Outreach) Jessie Shrieve (Youth Assistant) *Not pictured Kim Marshall (Preschool Coordinator) Business Name: LowCountry Community Church Area of Expertise: Ministry Two years ago, listed as one of the 100 fastest growing churches in the United States, LowCountry Community Church is now in its twenty-first year, bringing fresh perspectives into the community and just doing church differently. Much has been said on
the importance of work/life and ministry balance, and the ladies of LowCountry Community Church (LCC) are pros at making work fun and having a life outside of the office. In her role as director of missions and outreach, Benedette McGuire, weaves her passion of reaching the community and making a difference into every conversation. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling with her family to Walt Disney World, spending time at the beach and/or wrapped up in good book. Where there is chaos, peace will be restored. Kore Wilbur, business manager extraordinaire has been with LCC for that last five years. With a keen eye for systems, she excels at data management and keeps everyone in “check.” If you catch Kore out of the office, she will most likely be whizzing by on a bike, swimming or running. Tiffany Coker, events director, has been a Hilton Head Islander almost her entire life. She manages to juggle a career, being a wife and a mother of three, all under the age of three. During the fall, you can find her upstate at a Clemson football game, or like a true local, at the beach.
Kim Marshall, Tabitha (Tab) Turner, and Jessie Shrieve are the most efficient members of the team, running circles around the rest. Kim and Tab assist with children (up to fifth grade) and Jessie Shrieve wrangles in the high school students (grades 6-12). With custom stages, activities and a knack for putting together LCC staff gatherings, these three keep the 21-member staff laughing. No wonder they love coffee and chocolate. Rounding out the crew is Erin McDaniel, communications director. Known as Mickey D around the office, she focuses her energy on the creation of all the church’s promo material and website, and helps with stage design. This multitasking, creative mind is currently diving deep into the details of her upcoming nuptials to Dony Pickering. Jason Best, LCC executive pastor said, “We truly are a family, and we couldn’t make it without these ladies.” 801 Buckwalter Pkwy, Bluffton, SC 29910 (843) 836-1101 www.lowcountrycc.org
Names: Anne Middleton and Kim Busby Business Name: Southern Coastal Homes Area of Expertise: Custom Home Builder Southern Coastal Homes, an award-winning homebuilder, relies on the daily expertise of Anne Middleton and Kim Busby. Helping clients create the home of their dreams is the goal of everyone at Southern Coastal Homes, but for owner, Anne Middleton, home design and construction is a lifelong passion. Middleton has worked in the residential and commercial land planning, interior
design and real estate sales and marketing for her entire 20-year career. She was a vice president of sales & marketing at Del Webb Corporation before she and her husband Scott moved to the area a decade ago. After five corporate, crosscountry moves, they knew that this was where they wanted to settle down and raise their four children. “The architecture and the land is unlike anywhere in the country,” Middleton said, “and blending the two for my clients has been the most rewarding part of my job.” Kim Busby, a former trial attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, practiced law at a local real estate law firm prior to joining Southern Coastal Homes. Her understanding of business
as well as her communication skills developed in the legal profession have transferred to the homebuilding industry as she works with clients to turn their visions into reality. “The relationship between the client and a homebuilder is so important,” Busby said. “There is a great need for communication and trust during the building process. What I love about our company and our business is that our clients become our friends— and having a little fun while we work is always on the agenda.” 181 Bluffton Rd., Suite C103 Bluffton, SC 29910 843-815-0100 www.southerncoastalhomes.com
Name: Dr. Rochelle “Shelly” Ringer Business Name: Hilton Head Hospital Breast Health Center affiliated with Medical University of South Carolina Hollings Cancer Center Area of Expertise: Breast Surgeon and Medical Director Best advice I’ve ever received: To believe in myself Biggest accomplishment to date: Walking women through the difficult diagnosis of breast cancer and successfully seeing them to the other side. Favorite vacation spot: Anguilla in the Caribbean What inspired me to take this career path: As crazy as this may sound, I knew from high school that I wanted to be a doctor, and there is simply no other route that would have worked for me. Favorite guilty pleasure: A good slice of peanut butter pie When I’m NOT working, I love to: Play on the beach with my husband and two sons. Bluffton Medical Campus 75 Baylor Drive #100 Bluffton, SC 29910 843-836-1600 www.hiltonheadregional.com/BHC
Name: Sandra Benson Business Name: Custom Audio Video Area of Expertise: Home Theater, Audio, Video, Lighting and Shading solutions, Integration. Best advice I’ve ever received: To trust my employees. I do not have all the answers, but I have hired an amazing team of experts on whom I depend for their input, objections & smart solutions. Biggest accomplishment to date: Achieving 20 years in business right here in the Lowcountry. It is an honor to be a part of the community along with the success of being an established business for this amount of time. Favorite vacation spot: I love traveling, and I especially enjoy experiencing countries abroad. What inspired me to start my own business: The business began because my husband had a passion for audio video. Who would have thought after his untimely passing in 2001 that a pharmacist such as myself, would have taken the business to another level? But, by the grace of God, true determination, commitment from the team who worked alongside me and wonderful customer support, we have created a truly amazing success story. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been...I would have continued my pharmacy career as it was my degree and the field I had worked prior. Favorite guilty pleasure: Total relaxation. That is not as easy to come by when you own your own business! When I really find time for just me, a relaxing massage and facial and, of course, mani/pedis come to mind! When I’m NOT working, I love to: Travel, read, exercise, or just spend quality time with friends and a fine glass of cabernet. 48 Pennington Drive, Sheridan Park Bluffton, SC 29910, 843-815-5130 www.custom-audio-video.com
Name: Kathryn Drury Business Name: David Weekley Homes Area of Expertise: Sales and Construction Management As a sales and construction manager with over 17 years of experience in the construction and design industry, Kathryn Drury knows the importance of building not just a house, but a home. She works directly with the design team to create a home for her customers that is not only livable, but also meets their needs and style preferences. Drury joined David Weekley Homes nearly eight years ago, and helping customers turn their dreams into reality is still her top priority. She is involved in the Historical Preservation Committee for the Town of Bluffton and has developed a passion for the local arts and culture of the Lowcountry. 843-757-7030 www.davidweekleyhomes.com
Name: Linda Delcher Business Name: Delcher & Delcher of CharterOne Lowcountry Area of Expertise: Real Estate Sales Linda Delcher is a Realtor with Delcher & Delcher of CharterOne Lowcountry. She and her husband, Duke Delcher, specialize in the beautiful Bluffton & Hilton Head area — from Sea Pines to Palmetto Bluff and many of the fine communities in between. Linda is committed to providing knowledgeable, timely and responsible service. She prides herself on continually striving to meet the needs of today’s buyers and sellers. Linda sets herself apart from others by utilizing her skills as a certified interior decorator to help clients maximize the beauty of their homes for potential buyers. Real estate is one of life’s biggest decisions, and Linda loves being part of the process. 27 Towne Drive, Suite 102 Bluffton, SC 843-815-0007 www.delcheranddelcher.com
Name: Chris Spado, Diane Ursillo and Jessica Barberi Business Name: Shear Miracle Beauty Salon Area of Expertise: Women’s Hair Care In 1989, Chris Spado moved to Hilton Head Island from New York with her husband and two sons to pursue her hopes and dreams of being a salon owner. Her dream has come true today as owner of Shear Miracle salon. Her wonderful staff includes Diane Ursillo, and Jessica Barberi. Ursillo loves hair color, is always motivated towards the latest in coloring techniques and enjoys education. Barberi is a young energetic hair stylist who enjoys doing complete makeovers; the results are nothing short of amazing. Spado, stylist and owner, specializes in color correction and smoothing treatments. She can transform brittle dry hair to extraordinarily shiny and bouncy hair. Spado’s biggest challenge was to recreate the same extraordinary salon that she had in New York.. Hobbies include reading and gardening. Her loves are family, entertaining, her job, volunteering and, of course, the beach. Please call Chris and her staff for a free consultation. 6 Bow Circle Suite, A 4 Hilton Head Island, SC 843-785-4333
Name: Dawn N. Kiritsy AIFD, CFD Business Name: A Floral Affair, Inc. - Design Studio Area of Expertise: Floral Design and Event Creation Best advice I’ve ever received: Follow your gut instinct. (LOL. Which I do not always do.) Biggest accomplishment to date: Raising two very nice young men; my sons Zachary and Matthew. Favorite vacation spot: Ooooh that’s a tough one living on Hilton Head, but I would have to say, New England in the summer, visiting family. What inspired you to me to start my own business: My husband, and I had nothing to do with it. He suggested it when we moved here thinking I had talent, truly. If I had chosen another career path, it would probably would have been… Working with animals; I love animals! Favorite guilty pleasure: I truly do not have one. Everything I do is with pleasure with no guilt. When I’m not working, I love to: Cook really good food with awesome cocktails and great friends! 20A Cardinal Rd., Hilton Head Island 843-681-8700 www.afloralaffairweddings.com
Name: Stephanie Jamison-Void Business Name: Jamison Consultants Behavioral Health Center Area of Expertise: Mental Health and Human Resources Management Stephanie Jamison-Void is the CEO of Jamison Consultants Behavioral Health Center. With more than 17 years of experience in the area of mental health and human resources management, Stephanie has played an instrumental role in helping people receive the rehabilitative
behavioral health services that have helped them manage a wide array of mental health conditions. Stephanie oversees all programs and services at Jamison Consultants Behavioral Health Centerâ€™s locations throughout the Lowcountry. Jamison Consultants Behavioral Health Center provides a full range of rehabilitative behavioral health services for children, adolescents, teens and adults, including individual psychotherapy, family counseling, group therapy, couples counseling, day treatment and behavior modification. The Center specializes in many issues affecting families today, including ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, grief/loss and stress management. Prior to founding Jamison Consultants Behavioral Health Center, Stephanie was
human resources director at Evergreen Behavioral Health Management in North Carolina. Active in numerous professional and civic organizations, Stephanie attended Benedict College on a full athletic scholarship and completed her Bachelor of Science degree at Mount Olive College. She received her masterâ€™s in Human Resources Development from Webster University, and is currently a PhD candidate in Organizational Psychology at Walden University.
Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, Beaufort and Holly Hill 843-757-7500 www.jamisonconsultants.com
Name: Alli Meany Business Name: Sparks & Hearts Area of Expertise: Wedding and Event Planning Best advice I’ve ever received: “Don’t burn your bridges.” Everyone is connected somehow, and whether you are coming or going, it’s important to be kind and respectful of those connections. Biggest accomplishment to date: Starting Sparks & Hearts! Favorite vacation spot: Italy What inspired me to start my own business: The freedom of working for myself is so appealing— from making my own schedule to making my own rules. But the most appealing aspect is being able to do what I love doing and having the opportunity to go out there and just do it. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Detective. I love figuring things out! I majored in criminal justice, and everything about it intrigues me. Favorite guilty pleasure: Any show on Bravo! It’s just mindless entertainment. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Be in or near the water—beach, boat or pool! One day, I will attempt stand-up paddleboarding. Serving Hilton Head, Savannah, Beaufort and Charleston (803) 917-9879 www.sparksandhearts.com
Name: Franny Gerthoffer Business Name: Hilton Head Humane Association Area of Expertise: Saving animals Best advice I’ve ever received: Never, ever give up! Biggest accomplishment to date: Ten years ago, I landed by dream job! Twenty-five years ago, I landed my dreamy husband! Favorite vacation spot: Florida Keys What inspired me to start my own business: Passion for the cause If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been…. I have taught many people how to swim, from Pittsburgh to West Palm Beach. Water safety instructor would have been a cool career path. Favorite guilty pleasure: Junk TV When I’m NOT working, I love to: Take advantage of the many bike paths on Hilton Head. It’s a great way to see the island and visit our favorite spots! 10 Humane Way, HHI, SC 29926 843 681-8686 www.hhhumane.org
Name: Kate Knisely Business Name: Hilton Head Ice Cream Area of Expertise: Ice Cream Production, Retail and Wholesale Best advice I’ve ever gotten: My fiancé tells me “toughen up cupcake” business is business it’s not personal; I have to remind myself not to take business things personally. Biggest accomplishment to date: Being voted best ice cream shop in South Carolina for 2015 by Business Insider. Favorite vacation spot: Africa or Phuket What inspired me to start my own business: I bought an existing business. The shop came up for sale. I met the owner, and I loved the shop and the product. It was an easy decision to surround myself with ice cream, cookies and wonderful people every day! If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… Counseling. (I am a master’s level addictions counselor, specializing in adolescents.) Favorite guilty pleasure: Sushi or Thai food, followed by a waffle cone with mint chocolate chip ice cream. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Go deep-sea fishing or enjoy a beach/pool day with my family. 55 New Orleans Rd, Suite 114 Hilton Head Island, SC 843-842-6333 hiltonheadicecreamshop.com
Name: Michelle Myhre Business Name: Oak Advisors Area of Expertise: Investment management, Financial planning For Michelle A. Myhre, CFP® and managing partner of Oak Advisors, helping clients fulfill their financial and retirement goals is very rewarding. In 2005, she co-founded Oak Advisors, LLC with business partner John Chiacchiero; their firm provides financial planning and investment management services with a comprehensive approach to wealth management. They are prepared to offer solutions that consider all aspects of planning including cash flow, education, retirement, tax, estate, and charitable planning. With nearly 25 years of experience, Michelle holds the Certified Financial Planner™ designation (CFP®), is a licensed Investment Advisor Representative, and a member of the Financial Planning Association. P.O. Box 7318 Hilton Head Island, SC 29938 843-757-9339 www.oakadvisors.net
Name: Ginny Whitehead and Brittany Whitehead (Daughter, Manager and Studio Director of Silliness) Business Name: The Art Café Area of Expertise: Paint Your Own Pottery
Ginny Whitehead is the owner and creator of fun at the Art Café, a family fun pottery painting studio. After a 22 year career in elementary art and special education in Cincinnati, she along with her husband Rocky (a pharmacy entrepreneur), decided it was time for a change of scenery (and weather) and moved to sunny Hilton Head Island. Fast forward 12 years, with nine years of fun & silliness at the Art Café, where each of her children has worked alongside her. Ginny has four children,
if you count her husband. Each has played an integral role in all the family businesses, Art Café, Bomboras Grille and HHI JetPack. With paint flying, bubbles blowing and Disney music blaring, Ginny follows the old adage of Confucius: “Choose a job you love and you will never work a day in your life.” 14 Greenwood Dr Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 843-785-5525
Name: Stacey Whitehead-Romoser Business Name: Bomboras Grille Area of Expertise: Restaurant Manager/ Entrepreneur Best advice I’ve ever received: Walk before you run, then finish with a sprint. A goal without a plan is just a wish. Biggest accomplishment to date: My son Breckin. He is 2.5 years old, smart, charming and handsome! Favorite vacation spot: Durango, Colorado What inspired me to start my own business: I wanted to do something today that my future self would thank me for later. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… I don’t think this way. But if I did, I would be on to something else. Favorite guilty pleasure: Traveling…oh did I say traveling and eating! I’m a foodie. I prefer eating and drinking local. Wher-ever “local” may be, you don’t have to be “local” to eat like one. Eat local, drink local. It’s the right thing to do! Support your local businesses. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Spend time with my family and take day trips. Coligny Plaza 101 Pope Ave A/B 843-689-2662 www.bomborasgrille.com
Name: Signe Gardo Business Name: Signe’s Heaven Bound Bakery Café Area of Expertise: Baking and Creating Delicious Recipes Best advice I’ve ever received: “Always think it through.” Biggest accomplishment to date: Not ever being bored, ever! And having photos taken with the grandchildren of customers whom I first served when they were just children. Favorite vacation spot: Cabo San Lucas What inspired me to start my own business: In 1972, Hilton Head Island needed a place in Harbour Town where visitors and residents alike could get things that weren’t available. We created an establishment called “Signe’s World—a World of Good Things.” It included just about anything from Grande Cru collection of fine wines, to natural vitamins, to Pampers and jumbo freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. We were the ultimate eclectic convenience store, even growing our own alfalfa sprouts. It was a place you couldn’t resist. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... A fabric designer. Favorite guilty pleasure: Bingeing on Netflix TV series with my husband Tom When I am not working, I love to: Paint furniture. 93 Arrow Road, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 843-785-9118 SignesBakery.com
Name: Kristin Hayrinen Business Name: HUB International Southeast Area of Expertise: Personal P&C Insurance (Home, Auto, Umbrella, Flood, etc.) I have always been a risk taker, from paragliding to scuba divingâ€”you name it, I did it. Always traveling from one country to the next, I ended up settling in Sweden, the land of security from cradle to grave. Being in the secure Scandinavian environment, where everything is safe and virtually risk free, I understood the importance of transferring risk to security while working in the Financial Risk Management business within Europe for 15 years. Making the move to Hilton Head Island 20 years ago, I wanted to bring this sense of security back home. Ever since, I have been working in the insurance industry to help people manage their own risk. I find it gratifying to build relationships with clients, learning about their lifestyles and determining and transferring their risk. 50 Palmetto Bay Road, Hilton Head Island 843-686-0709 www.hubinternational.com
Name: Amanda Russ Business Name: Pomodori Italian Eatery Area of Expertise: Professional Ninja In my 34 years, I have worn many hats, put on many uniforms, and fit into many molds. From making sandwiches at Subway to puppeteering through the Midwest to producing racing academies for Mercedes AMG, I have tried my hand at many careers and enjoyed all that they have to offer. But it wasnâ€™t until I found my calling in the kitchen that I really began to flourish, to find my voice, to feel complete. I am grateful for every guest who comes into our little eatery and for every gift of time that is spent with us celebrating the many milestones of life. I could not feel more blessed to be a part of this beautiful island and its lovely community. My cup runneth over. 1 New Orleans Rd. 843-686-3100 www.gopomodori.com
Name: Geri Colucci Business Name: Equitable Property Management Area of Expertise: Property Management Why are you successful as a property manager? I am successful in property management primarily because of my commitment to excellence and equity in dealing with all of our clients. I am welleducated in business with a masterâ€™s in business administration and licensed as a property manager in charge. I always treat my clients the way I would want to be treated and respond to all of our clients expeditiously and with thorough follow up. I also have a wonderful staff.
What is the best part of your job? The best part of my job is successfully serving my clients and knowing at the end of the day that I have done my very best with kindness and honesty. What is your No. 1 tip for property managers who are just starting out? My number one tip for new property managers is to be well-versed in the laws that govern business actions and the rights of owners and residents. Property management is a serious business and the property manager is depended upon to protect the interests of all parties involved in leasing a rental property. What is the best compliment you nave ever received from a resident? The best compliments my business receives are referrals. Satisfied owners and residents refer to us because they know they can depend on us to treat their referrals with respect and fast service. What are three words residents use to describe you? The three words that our residents kindly use to
describe me and my services are dependable, kind, and fair. These words are essential to our success. How many years in property management? I have been in property management 14 years, and I started my business 11 years ago. I started with only seven rental properties, and we now manage approximately 200 properties How did you get started in property management? My family and I moved to Hilton Head Island in 1996 after vacationing here for many years. I had â€œretiredâ€? from my position in human resources in Connecticut, and hoped to eventually continue that career here. However, instead of establishing myself in a human resource position, I went to work for a marketing company that also provided property management services. After working with that company, I decided to start my own property management company, which I did in 2003. The rest is history! 22 Bow Circle, Suite B, Hilton Head Island 843-341-6008 www.equitablehhi.com
Names: Adrienne Warner, ASID Interior Designer Deborah Van Plew, IIDA Interior Design Director Business Name: Court Atkins Interiors Area of Expertise: Interior Design Court Atkins Interiors provides a unique, new combination of talent and resources for our local market. With 20+ years of experience, Deb is widely recognized in the industry for creating effortlessly livable residential environments and awe-inspiring commercial spaces. Her sharp eye for detail, scale and balance ensures that our interiors are a refined and tasteful reflection of our clients. Adrienne brings extensive experience interpreting European influences through her award-winning residential and hospitality projects in Tuscany, Italy. She has also developed an appreciation for artisanal products and locally sourced materials. We welcome custom consultations, which are available at the new Court Atkins Interiors Studio. 843-815-2557 courtatkins.com
Names: Lydia Witte, Project Designer; April Gray, Architect/Project Manager; Amanda Lamb, Architectural Design Director; Nickie Heffernan, Architect/ Project Leader; Jen Foster, Architect/ Project Manager Business Name: Court Atkins Architects Area of Expertise: Architecture
We are very much an open studio here. One single person does not ever design a project at Court Atkins. As design director, Amanda has a gift for solving design puzzles and focuses her time testing early design concepts and styles. April and Jen are two of the project managers and spearhead the entire design process, providing clients with real time information. As part of the project design team, Nickie and Lydia provide the detail needed to make each project successful. Together, we have more than 60 years of combined design experience. We love the work we do, and it shows. 843-815-2557 courtatkins.com
Name: Micah Peppers Business Name: Tutor Doctor Area of Expertise: One-on-one, in-home tutoring service Best advice I’ve ever received: You will fail sometimes. It’s how you handle that failure that will determine your success. Biggest accomplishment to date: Starting my own business at age 29. Favorite vacation spot: Anywhere tropical! What inspired me to start my own business: As a former teacher, I saw the educational needs of our local students. There were not many options in Beaufort County for parents to seek help for their children (regardless of age or subject), and it gave me the opportunity to help even more students outside of my own classroom. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Investigative reporter Favorite guilty pleasure: Dark chocolate & sweet tea When I’m NOT working, I love to: Travel, go boating with friends or family, and spend time with my loving husband Jesse and boxer Jett. P.O. Box 2362, Bluffton, SC 29910 843-592-7532 www.tutordoctorlowcountry.com
Name: Christy Phelps Business Name: Rainbow of Blessing Area of Expertise: Custom Handbags and Alterations My name is Christy Phelps, born in Alabama, mother of three sons, ages 27, 25 and 23, with no grandchildren. I spent most of my life as a full-time college student, wife, mother and entrepreneur from the age of 18. I’ve had my own business for over 25 years in Alabama and St. Louis and now on Hilton Head Island. We’re really looking forward to growing our business and making Hilton Head our final stop with the help of our fellow business owners and neighbors. I believe that everyone has a niche, and I found mine in crafts and sewing. I’m always trying to make something unique and original. My specialty has been designing wedding gowns, formal wear, and handbags along with custom tailoring. My husband Rickey and I relocated to Hilton Head in February 2015 and opened Rainbow of Blessings June 1. We offer a collection of handmade, one-of-a-kind handbags as well as discounted clothing alterations for residents of a few retirement homes in the Hilton Head Island and Bluffton area. We would love to get involved with some fundraising using a few of our items to help raise money for our local community schools, teams, etc. 6 Office Way Bldg 932, Hilton Head Island SC 29928 843-785-2999
Names: Mary Navis, Betsy Navis Miller, Kimberly Walls Business Name: Billy Wood Appliance Area of Expertise: Appliance sales and installation If you walk into Billy Wood Appliance expecting to find Billy, you will be pleasantly surprised. Although Cal and Mary Navis have retained the original store ownerâ€™s name, the sales consultants and president are women. Mary Navis had a successful career in banking
and insurance before retiring to Hilton Head Island. In 1998, when she found out she was going to be a grandmother, she and her husband started searching for a business to buy so they could be near family. With one daughter already living on the island and the other relocating here, Billy Wood Appliance was a perfect match. Mary is now grandmother to five. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Betsy Navis Miller worked at VanDerMeer Tennis Center. When her parents purchased the store, she began working in the family business, completing advanced training with all major manufacturers. Her product knowledge is unsurpassed in the industry, and she has won many national sales awards.
Although Kimberly Walls has only been a sales consultant for a year and a half, she has extensive experience working with builders and is a licensed Realtor. Her pleasant personality and product knowledge make her a delight. Although itâ€™s the women you see in the showroom, Cal, Mike and Kyle are trained to install all the appliances they sell. Stop by and see why Billy Wood Appliance has been on the island since 1972 and why it is the buildersâ€™ choice. 6 Marshland Rd. Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 843-681-8441 www.billywoodappliance.com
Name: Debbie Kelley Business Name: Kelley Designs Inc. Area of Expertise: Interior Design Best advice I’ve ever received: “Treat everyone the same.” I believe that everyone has a story and has something special to offer. Biggest accomplishment to date: I’m sure everyone says “my children,” but this is so true. I feel so fortunate to have three beautiful children. Professionally, I would have to say that being recognized and respected by my peers.
Favorite vacation spot: Spain, my husband, and I have a favorite little Island that we love in the Turks & Caicos Islands called Pine Cay. It is our “go to” spot to get away and unwind. What inspired me to start my own business: I started my own business 30 years ago at the encouragement of family and friends. I’ve enjoyed getting to know all aspects of the design business. Every client is different, so it makes what I do very exciting. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… Something in the fashion industry. I enjoy working with fabrics, patterns and colors.
Favorite guilty pleasure: Spending a lazy weekend reading and relaxing at the pool; there may also be a margarita involved! When I’m NOT working, I love to: Travel. My oldest daughter Lindsey lives in NYC. I enjoy visiting and taking in the theatre, dinners and of course, shopping. I also get to visit my son Brent in Charleston quite often. This city has such Southern charm and history…but, I always feel “there’s no place like home.” 841 William Hilton Parkway, Suite R 843-785-6911 www.kelleydesignsinc.com
Name: Jessica Shefsick Business Name: Bride’s Side Beauty Area of Expertise: Bridal Hair & Makeup Service Bride’s Side Beauty owner, Jessica Shefsick is a freshfaced natural beauty herself, whom people find easy to love; just ask the brides who entrust her with the most important day of their life. Shefsick reflects on her success and explains, “My business has matured into something I had never imagined five years ago.” What began in 2010 as a part-time solo pursuit now has Shefsick overseeing a large team of licensed professionals. With the addition of a hair team in 2013, Shefsick’s company became a one-stop shop for brides. “The staff is well-trained and exemplifies the company reputation,” Shefsick said. The on-location bridal hair and makeup business has evolved largely due to a growing demand by brides to have a team of beauty professionals “by their side” before and during their special day. “I knew instinctively, that the time had come to rename my business, formerly called Skinzin, with a fresh, new name that defined my brand in the marketplace,” Shefsick said. Renamed Bride’s Side Beauty, Shefsick offers packages for small or large bridal parties that cater to all budgets. Bride’s Side Beauty is the premier on-location bridal hair and makeup service serving Hilton Head, Bluffton, Beaufort and Savannah. The company specializes in catering to discerning brides, evident in the adopted motto, “Always look at the bride’s side!” 484 Browns Cove Rd. Ridgeland, SC 843-368-2660 www.bridessidebeauty.com
Name: Joni Rosser Business Name: The Back Door Area of Expertise: Women’s Fashion Best advice I’ve ever received: I’ve gotten tons but my two favorites are… If people don’t occasionally walk away from you shaking their head, you’re doing something wrong; and those who don’t believe in magic will never find it. Biggest accomplishment to date: I think that is a question best answered by a third party. Favorite vacation spot: Tower Beach Club in Sea Pines Resort. I can get there in two minutes. What inspired me to start my own business: I’m completely unemployable, and I needed a job, and a great opportunity came my way. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… Sportscaster, sideline or locker room reporter. Favorite guilty pleasure: A bottle of champagne and some raw oysters, sitting outside at The Old Oyster Factory while watching an amazing sunset. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Watch ACC basketball and walking on the beach. 71 Lighthouse Rd. The Shops at Sea Pines Center Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 843-671-3677
setting an example of hard work and stellar customer service. She reminds them that when it comes to creativity, “the only rule is there is no rule.” Although it’s not been proven scientifically, she attributes a lot Name: Catherine, Ashton, Bailey, Maggie, Lucy, Kim, of their success to singing aloud throughout the day to Hunter and Kandace Broadway musicals and songs from Disney movies. Business Name: CH2/CB2 Magazine Ashton Kelley has been with the magazine since Area of Expertise: Being Awesome early 2008 and has risen through the ranks to become a formidable director of sales. She loves working at the The faces of CH2 have changed over the years, but the mission remains the same: to put out a visually magazine, but does not let it interfere with her trips to Charleston for socializing or her shopping addiction. spicy, mentally stimulating monthly publication Creativity flows from Catherine Davies, the featuring Hilton Head Island, Bluffton and the surrounding Lowcountry. The mag is fashion-forward magazine’s art director, to the many pages of CH2 & with a focus on local businesses and the people behind CB2, occasionally spilling over onto her hair (currently purple) and her tattooed body (four to date). In them. Articles on current events, food, wine, the arts her spare time, she enjoys training for marathons and entertainment round out the monthly offerings. Beautiful photography and sassy sarcasm accentuate and chilling with Ziggy and Matti (a bird and cat, respectively). throughout. Kim Crouch has been with the magazine for over Maggie Washo has been at the helm since four years, and when she’s not helping our clients the magazine’s inception in 2006. Her day-to-day with their advertising needs, she’s teaching classes at activities include inspiring her team to greatness by
Breakthrough Fitness, spending time with her son Jackson and organizing the next social event with friends. Hunter Kostylo rounds out the creative team with her infectious energy and quirky sense of humor. In addition to handling reoccurring sections of the magazine, she is liaison to many clients, creating hundreds of ads per month—with efficiency and a smile! Kandace Wightman is decidedly the social butterfly of the sales team and can be found out and about networking most evenings and weekends. Originally from New York, she is a huge Bills fan and is already eagerly anticipating football Sundays spent with Bongo, her six-year-old Yorkie. The newest sales executive, Bailey Atkinson, came to the magazine from The Island Packet and is already kicking ass and taking names. Her significant other manages Cranford Hollow, so she keeps us in the know about island happenings and has her finger on the pulse of this crazy town.
Name: Jennifer Bell Business Name: Shop843 Area of Expertise: Online Marketplace Shop843.com is an online marketplace for buying and selling pre-loved, new and vintage fashion. Started by Jennifer Bell and two friends, their clients value the quality of high end clothing without the designer price tag. Started as a solution for closets full of clothes, Shop843 sources products from all over the country, putting to work a team of women to find the highest quality clothing, shoes and accessories and to bring them to the consumer at a fraction of the cost. These three women have 11 children among them, ranging in age from three to 10. As they spent much of the last 10 years pregnant, their closets range in size from 6-16. When Jennifer is not busy listing, sourcing, and inspecting clothes, she remains pretty busy chasing after her four kids. www.shop843.com
Name: Anne Hagerty Business name: Anne Hagerty Interiors Area of Expertise: Residential and commercial interior design Best advice Iâ€™ve ever received: To be successful, you need to work hard, be prepared and take a risk. Biggest accomplishment to date: My children, followed by my business. Favorite vacation spot: Pink Sands (Bahamas) and Playa Avellana (Costa Rica) What inspired me to start my own business: I have always had an entrepreneurial spirit, and I saw a demand for the type of interior design services and retail experience I could bring to the Lowcountry. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have beenâ€Ś Art history professor. Favorite guilty pleasure: A stack of design magazines and a glass of good wine. When Iâ€™m NOT working, I love to: Spend time with my family and friends at the beach or on a boat. 421 E. Broughton St. Savannah, GA 31401 912-349-5300 www.annehagertyinteriors.com
Name: Luciana Quiroga Business Name: Luciana Area of Expertise: Women’s clothing Best advice I’ve ever received: The path to success is not short or easy, but with hard work and dedication, everything is possible.
Biggest accomplishment to date: Finding time to take care of my family and growing my business feels like my greatest success. My two-year-old Emilyah and my husband have always been my priority, but I am also proud to have created a successful business along the way. Favorite vacation spot: Punta Cana. Dominican Republic What inspired me to start my own business: Growing up in a family of successful entrepreneurs inspired me to want to start my own business.
If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... I can’t really imagine myself doing anything else! Favorite guilty pleasure: Shopping, traveling and drinking great wine. When I am NOT working, I love to… Spend time with my family, whether it is doing the day-to-day things that all families do or traveling outside of the U.S. I always cherish family time. 843-686-5620 www.lucianafashion.com
Name: Rachael Olson Business Name: RG Realty Area of Expertise: New Home Construction/ Real Estate Best advice I’ve ever received: Figure out what you love to do and it won’t seem like work. Biggest accomplishment to date: It’s not a typical scalable accomplishment, but I would have to say jumping head first into the real estate/new home construction industry. I have a master’s in human resources and never envisioned this path, but boy am I grateful as I can honestly say I love what I do! Favorite vacation spot: Islamorada, Florida or a good mountain trip. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Interior design. Favorite guilty pleasure: I love the show Nashville, especially while eating unhealthy food such as pizza or ice cream (Heath Bar Blizzard from DQ or Birthday Cake shake from Zaxby’s). When I’m NOT working, I love to: Tinker in the creative world via home decorating, reinventing old furniture and pretending to know how to garden in our yard. I also love sitting on our community dock with my hunky husband and chubster of a four month-old baby boy. 281 May River Road 843-422-7753 mayriverpreserve.com
Name: Kara Raehn Business Name: Pure Barre Area of Expertise: Health and Fitness Best advice I’ve ever received: Pour everything you have into everything you do. Then, success or failure, you’ll have no regrets, because you did your very best. Biggest accomplishment to date: Snagging my husband. He’s completed life in ways I never knew were incomplete. Favorite vacation spot: Riviera Maya, Mexico What inspired me to start my own business: My love, passion, and belief in the amazing Pure Barre Technique! I have seen not only bodies, but lives, changed because of the technique. Something magical happens during those 55 minutes at the barre. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... A stylist! I love making women feel capable, strong, and beautiful. Favorite guilty pleasure: I am trying to find a balance between green smoothies and red wine. (Yes, the struggle is real!) I could literally waste the day away with my husband watching the DVR. And, my sweet tooth. Keep me away from skittles and sour patch (seriously, are there people who can resist this?). When I’m NOT working, I love to: Spend time with family, friends, and Finn (my forever soulmate Maltipoo); take Pure Barre classes; soak up the sun on the beach or sandbar; travel. 38 Shelter Cove Lane, Suite 129 843-785-7888 www.purebarre.com/SC-hiltonheadisland
Name: Meredith Bannon Business Name: The Bannon Law Group Area of Expertise: Real Estate Closings and Litigation Best advice I’ve ever received: If you can’t laugh at yourself at the end of the day, you are taking it too seriously. Biggest accomplishment to date: Sharing a successful business with my partner and husband, Jim. Favorite vacation spot: Ponte Vedra, Florida. What inspired me to start my own business: After being a prosecutor for eight years, I wanted to continue to help the community but in a way that allowed me more flexibility and time with my three-year-old. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Royal Food Taster—dangerous & delicious! Favorite guilty pleasure: Celebrity gossip magazines, glass of wine and bubble bath make for a wonderful night. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Spend time with my family and friends having Friday night pizza dance party. 10 Westbury Park Way, Suite C-1, Bluffton, SC 29910 843-815-4505 www.bannonlawgroup.com
Name: Amanda L. Parks, MD Business Name: Infectious Disease Associates of the Lowcountry Area of Expertise: Infectious diseases Best advice I’ve ever received: Always wear the gloves when examining a rash. It can be the only thing between you and scabies! Biggest accomplishment to date: Completing reading Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead. Favorite vacation spot: Italy. If I can’t go there, the May River is a close second. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... MSF (Doctors without Borders), research or Medical Journalist. Favorite guilty pleasure: Sleeping in and Alden’s Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Read, swim, bike, Tango and ride horses. 25 Hospital Center Blvd, Hilton Head Island 843-682-1063 idofthelowcountry.com
Missy Caulk Name: Missy Caulk Allied ASID Business Name: Furnitureland South Area of Expertise: Interior Design Missy Caulk is experienced in all phases of residential design. Whether it’s new construction, renovation, or simply existing living spaces, she guides her clients through all of the processes to achieve a finished look that shows attention to
detail. Missy works with her clients to match their lifestyle needs and personal taste with an overall design concept and palette of colors and textures to fit the decorating budget. Charting a cohesive path through the labyrinth of fabrics, furniture, floor, wall and window covering options available and at all price points, she integrates and oversees the installation of all of these elements to create beautiful and livable results, brought alive with fresh creativity and attention to detail. “I love the clean, crisp and casual aesthetic that is so much a part of Lowcountry design, and the colors of this area are my inspiration,” she said. “My main goal is to create living spaces
that are designed for comfort and fun, while orchestrated to be classically in balance and to reflect the owners’ real lives. I love natural materials that create relaxed and easy to live with environments.” Based in High Point, North Carolina and Bluffton, South Carolina, Missy’s relationship as a designer with Furnitureland South gives her endless resources. Bluffton, SC – High Point, NC 336-908-1328 www.highpointstyle.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Catherine Darling-Asbrey (aka Dr. Darling) Business Name: Darling Eye Center Area of Expertise: Optometry Best advice I’ve ever received: “You only have one life so live every day to the fullest.” (Kelly Cochran). After three nights of no sleep when my twin were infants, “Forget about the books; do what is right for you.” (my mom). Biggest accomplishment to date: My family. I have twin two-year-olds Ella and Anna and a beautiful nine-month old Abby. They are the sweetest! Oh yeah… I have a great husband too! Favorite vacation spot: Italy. I got married there! What inspired me to start my own business: The autonomy. I don’t want to be told I have to see a certain number of patients a day or compromise how I practice due to somebody else’s perception of how a practice should be run. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… A librarian. I love to read, and I would have a lot of those sexy librarian glasses. In that case, I guess it is good I do what I do. Favorite guilty pleasure: Wine and chick flick movies. Did I mention wine? When I’m NOT working, I love to: Run. I’m training for the Athens marathon (yes Greece, not Georgia) in November. 576 William Hilton Parkway (Hilton Head Island) 19 Promenade St. (Bluffton) 843-342-2020 or 843-815-4343 www.darlingeyecenter.com
Name: Monica Davis Business Name: Monica Davis Real Estate Area of Expertise: Residential Real Estate Best advice I’ve ever received: “To Thine Own Self Be True,” which to me means knowing who you are and choosing your own road in life. Biggest accomplishment to date: My marriage and my seven-year-old son. Favorite vacation spot: Belize What inspired me to start my own business: To better serve my clients’ needs and help them find their Hilton Head Address. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… Sports Agent Favorite guilty pleasure: Hilton Head Ice Cream When I’m NOT working, I love to: Spend time with my family, especially boating and enjoying the true beauty of the Lowcountry. Charter One Realty & Marketing 11 Park Lane Hilton Head, SC 29928 843-384-4473-mobile email@example.com www.HHIaddress.com
Name: Andrea Bragg Business Name: Forsythe Jewelers Area of Expertise: Owner Andrea Bragg is in the business of love. Forsythe Jewelers, located in The Shops at Sea Pines Center, has shared in anniversaries, engagements and those, “justbecause-moments,” of locals and visitors alike since 1981. As owner, Andrea is passionate about bringing “big city” style to the Lowcountry. “Having called Hilton Head home for over 20 years, I understand how special this place is. I also understand the strong desire to shop current fashion trends in a place that is uniquely “local.” Owning a business where that happens daily makes for a very rewarding career and one that I am thankful for each day.” The Shops at Sea Pines Center 71 Lighthouse Road Hilton Head, SC 29928 843-671-7070 ForsytheHHI.com
Name: Brooke Coyne Business Name: Coastal Carolina Medical Associates Area of Expertise: Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Best advice I’ve ever received: “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”—Jeremiah 29:11. My mom actually texted me this verse the other day. Remembering we are part of a bigger kingdom is imperative when we are attempting to manage worldly stressors that are in our lives. Biggest accomplishment to date: I was excited when I met my goals of graduating from Vanderbilt and passing my board examination. I also consider marrying my handsome and supportive husband a great accomplishment! Favorite vacation spot: Anywhere with sand and sun! What inspired me to start my own business: I became a nurse practitioner to expand quality health care to those who may otherwise have poor access to care. I have a passion for health promotion and disease prevention. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Education. I would eventually enjoy becoming a nursing professor. Favorite guilty pleasure: Double Stuf Oreos. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Spend time with my family and friends. 1010 Medical Center Drive, Suite 240, Hardeeville, SC 843-784-8293 www.coastalhospital.com
Name: Jackie Brino, Molly Kennedy and Tracey Mancini Business Name: Celebrations Catering & Events Area of Expertise: Event Planning Jackie started working with the Celebrations team in 2012 as a day-of event coordinator. Though she began as a favor to her friend, Molly, the team quickly noticed that she was a natural in the fastpaced, demanding events environment. Jackie is now a fulltime catering and events specialist. Her favorite part of planning is bringing the vision of her brides and grooms to life. Born and raised in North New Jersey, Jackie has been a Hilton Head resident for eight years.
When she’s not planning the perfect wedding or event, she is passionate about cooking and enjoys spending time with family and friends. Molly was born and raised in Orchard Park, New York and graduated from Paul Smith College with a degree is hospitality management. She started her career working for celebrity chef Jimmy Schmidt at the renowned Rattlesnake Club in Detroit, Michigan. In 1996, she moved to Hilton Head Island and started Catering Concepts in Palmetto Dunes as director of catering, with executive chef Andy Borgmeier. She joined the Lowrey Group as director of catering & events in 2002 and was reunited with Borgmeier and team when Celebrations merged with Catering Concepts in 2004. Molly’s life’s focus is her son Torin. He is a blessing that she holds close to her heart and thanks God for every day.
Tracey joined the Celebrations team in 2010, bringing over 20 years of extensive experience in coordinating weddings, corporate events and social functions—18 of those years spent at the awardwinning Bernard’s Inn in Bernardsville, New Jersey. Tracey strives to execute all aspects of her events impeccably so her clients can enjoy the moment. “Developing a personal relationship with each client is truly the key to making each event a unique and special affair to remember. I’m a very detail-oriented person, which helps me focus on even the smallest aspects (that sometimes turn out to be the most important) when I’m helping create the day of your dreams.” 12 Capital Drive, Hilton Head Island 843-689-7526 www.wecelebrateyou.com
Name: Alison Melton Business Name: Luxe Lowcountry/ Weichert RealtorsCoastal Properties Area of Expertise: Real Estate Best advice I’ve ever received: “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well.”—Jim Kulach (aka, Dad) Biggest accomplishment to date: Personally, my daughter Chloe who turns three this month! Professionally, launching the New York office of a Brazilian investment bank and grabbing significant market share in only a few years. Favorite vacation spot: The Hamptons in the summer; Bimini in the winter What inspired me to start my own business: My degree in Leadership Studies from the University of Richmond taught me to be an active, thoughtful, and effective participant in my world. When I relocated to the area from NYC, I wanted to use my academic and business development to join the “business” that drives Hilton Head Island and Bluffton: REAL ESTATE. Therefore, I launched my business to be part of this esteemed group and contribute to the fabric of the community, all while helping clients find that perfect investment in a vacation or retirement home. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Foreign Service. I would make a fantastic ambassador. Favorite guilty pleasure: Junk food from my beloved hometown of Buffalo, NY: pizza and wings, chicken finger subs and sponge candy. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Explore the hidden treasures of the Lowcountry with my family, ride horses with my friends at Rose Hill, and enjoy a May River Manhattan at The Bluffton Room. 2 Rose Hill Way, Bluffton, SC 29910 843-290-3640 www.luxelowcountry.com
Name: Stephanie Donio Cauller Business Name: LM Sales Solutions Area of Expertise: Product Development & Retail Sales Whether you’re an individual with a great new idea or an established company looking to further sales, Steph Cauller has the knowledge and expertise to help bring your product to new markets. For nearly a decade, Steph appeared on live television as a QVC guest, selling millions of units, from cards to Christmas bows. Her experience can guide you from conception, through manufacturing, with a goal of reaching mega retailers and countless customers. Aux Folies, a brand of decadent French treats, is one of Steph’s current projects. Through collaboration with local entrepreneurs, Steph has laid the groundwork for retail exposure and sales success. Keep an eye out for Aux Folies, late fall 2015. When Steph is not helping others further their retail success, this 2010 transplant from Malvern, Pennsylvania is a marketing consultant, wife, and mother of three. 215-806-6871 stephanie@LmSalesSolutions.com www.LmSalesSolutions.com
Names: Mary Aiana and Carri Fuge Business Name: Reed Real Estate Group Area of Expertise: Real Estate Sales Mary Aiana specializes in working as a “buyer’s agent.” Her passion is helping people find a new home or ideal investment property from Hilton Head to Bluffton and Sun City. Working on the Reed Real Estate Group has allowed her to put her many years in the real estate industry—from new home construction to general real estate—into practice to give her buyers the help they need. Working in a team environment adds to the benefit for her buyers with the combined experience of six
highly respected real estate professionals. “I get to live my personal dream vicariously through my buyers, as buying real estate has always been a passion of mine. I love my job, and I have been blessed to help many buyers reach their goals here in the beautiful Lowcountry! It is exciting to be a part of this dynamic community and see it grow as people discover the beauty we all love and enjoy.” Carri Fuge was born and raised in South Carolina and graduated from the College of Charleston. She enjoyed a career in politics and marketing, having worked independently, as well as a paid staffer. These experiences have afforded her much experience in sales & marketing and understanding her audience, previously in the political realm and now in real estate. Fuge’s previous political positions allowed her to spend
time in Washington, D.C. and St. Louis before coming back home to South Carolina. She joined Charter One Realty in fall of 2014, working with the Reed Real Estate Group. When not working for her clients, she enjoys spending as much time as possible with her daughter, Anna. Running and playing tennis are quite important to her, as well. The Reed Real Estate Group consists of Charlie Reed (founder of Charter One Realty), Andy Reed, Rich Reed, and Tom Reed (current Broker-inCharge). The four are among the most trusted real estate professionals in the Hilton Head - Bluffton market. As a result, they are perennially among the top producing agents. 11 Park Ln #1, Hilton Head Island 29928 843-686-9526 www.explorehhi.com
Name: Dr. Andrea Grant Guess Business Name: The New River Dental Center, PC Area of Expertise: Family and Cosmetic Dentistry Best advice I’ve ever received: Never underestimate the power of setting goals. It is important to recognize what you want and how you plan on achieving it. Biggest accomplishment to date: My family. I am married to my biggest cheerleader, Vincent, and so proud of our three beautiful children, Grant, Victoria, and Andrew. Favorite vacation spot: Anywhere I can meet new people, have new experiences and enjoy life. What inspired me to start my own business: I hail from a family of entrepreneurs. My father’s parents are native to Hilton Head Island. They instilled a strong work ethic in their children. As a matter of fact, they ran multiple businesses on Hilton Head Island, from a fruit and vegetable stand to a package shop, and other service oriented businesses. My parents, in turn, have established one of the longest running convenience stores on Hilton Head Island. So, I really could not see any other possibility for myself than to own my own dental office. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Biomedical engineering. I love research and genetics, so that was definitely a field that was my second choice. Favorite guilty pleasure: Chocolate. When I am NOT working, I love to: Spend time with my family at museums, zoos and amusement parks. I enjoy seeing the delight in their eyes when they see something for the very first time. 300 New River Parkway Suite 1 Hardeeville, SC 29927 843-208-2888 www.newriverdentist.com
Name: Kelli Corn Business Name: Kelli Corn Wedding and Events Area of Expertise: Wedding and Event planning, design and production Best advice I’ve ever received: “It is what it is.” I take this saying and apply it to multiple facets of my life. You cannot worry and overthink every decision, every answer, every detail; you have to believe in your gut and stand with conviction. If every possible step is taken proactively, there is a good probability your outcome will be what you hoped. Biggest accomplishment to date: I’m able to build relationships with families and even companies that are celebrating life moments, great successes and promising futures. It’s uplifting and very rewarding. I tend to be calm; I don’t frazzle too easily. I have learned service and standards from the best of the best and am proud that these practices have become a part of who I am. I also feel like my vision for design has grown tremendously over the past three years in being on my own and being free to create in new settings. Favorite vacation spot: Rocky Mountains, Colorado What inspired me to start my own business: I have a great passion for working and investing my whole heart into what I am doing. After devoting years at Dell, Hilton, Clubcorp and Auberge Resorts, I gained experiences and lessons that I am forever grateful for. However, I realized that if I built my own company, I would be able to fine-tune every detail of every event and create experiences that are truly magical. It has also given me more freedom and time to allow my passion to take over and be a part of each event. If I had to choose another career path, it probably would have been… Gospel singer. I love that big bold “hallelujah” voice in a church. Favorite guilty pleasure: Ice cream – I enjoy a scoop of vanilla with caramel sauce almost every night. When I am not working, I love to: Hang out with my beautiful children, cook dinner and enjoy a glass of California cabernet. Bluffton, South Carolina 843-368-2029 kellicorn.com
Name: Jenni Roberts Business Name: ARC Studios Area of Expertise: Graphic Design/Brand Development Best advice I’ve ever received: Never underestimate your capabilities or the value of them— which has inspired me to trust my instincts. Biggest accomplishment to date: Raising two kids that think I’m kinda cool (at least for the time being). Favorite vacation spot: The picturesque dunes of Ludington, Michigan. It’s an annual family trek. What inspired me to start my own business: A better worklife balance. My kids are 10 and 11, and I wanted to be present for as much of their childhood as possible. Having control over my schedule is key to that. Sometimes it means working at midnight, but I’ve always been a bit of a night owl. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... Interior design. My space has a huge impact on my mood and productivity. And, I love giving new life to my surroundings in unexpected ways. Who knows? Maybe someday I’ll shift my focus. Favorite guilty pleasure: Shopping, though not necessarily for the stereotypical things. I’m usually working on a project that fuels a mad hunt for a particular item: paint, fabric, a vintage lamp… I see it as stocking my designer’s toolbox. Thankfully, I know how to stretch a dollar. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Travel with my family and snuggle my dog Hattie (sometimes simultaneously). 843-802-4430 arcstudioscreative.com
Names: Tammy Novak & Cassie Carstens Business Name: Island Financial Area of Expertise: Accounting, Bookkeeping, Payroll, HR Best advice I’ve ever received (TN): If you can get up the courage to begin, you have the courage to succeed. This reminds me daily to stay the course, be consistent, and to try something new. Biggest accomplishment to date (CC and TN): We agree that starting and managing a successful company for the past 10 years is our biggest professional accomplishment, but being moms to our beautiful children is a personal accomplishment that we cherish daily. Favorite vacation spot (TN): Hawaii What inspired us to start our own business (CC and TN): We acknowledged a niche that businesses, both large and small, need: local bookkeeping, payroll and HR support. We administer these core financial and HR services so that owners can focus on their businesses. If I had to choose another career path, it probably would have been… (CC) An elementary school teacher. I think it would be motivating to work in an environment of lifelong learning, and to be surrounded by smiles and laughter. Favorite guilty pleasure (TN): Chocolate! When I am not working, I love to (TN): Spend time with my family, travel, and run on the beach. . 2 Corpus Christie Place Suite 104 Hilton Head, SC 29928 843-785-4018 www.islandfinancialhhi.com
Name: Dayle Thomas Business Name: Smarty Pants Photography Area of Expertise: Children’s Photography Best advice I’ve ever received: Don’t compare yourself to anyone else—just be the best YOU that you can be. Biggest accomplishment to date: Succeeding in balancing a 33-year marriage, raising wonderful kids and starting a new business. Favorite vacation spot: Cape Town What inspired me to start my own business: A very large push from friends to combine my love for children and photography, for which I am forever grateful. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been…. Medicine Favorite guilty pleasure: Candy Crush When I’m NOT working, I love to: Play tennis
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Name: Lisa J Bernstein Business Name: The Purple Cow Coffees Confections and Cocktails and Baby Cakes Homemade Individual Cheesecakes Area of Expertise: Desserts Please call me Bernie. I have lived on Hilton Head Island for 21 years and have worked in food and beverage most of that time. I love to bake, so I decided to turn what I know and what I love into a business. Baby Cakes Homemade Individual Cheesecakes was started six and a half years ago, and I was extremely fortunate to be able to open a dessert bar, The Purple Cow, just a few short weeks ago. We make all of our desserts in house. We are open every day from 7 a.m. ’til 11 p.m., closed Sundays and holidays. Hope to see you soon. 843-681-2253 (cake) www.babycakeshhi.com and www.purplecowhhi.com
Name: Sherryl Hennessey Business Name: Weichert Realtors- Coastal Properties Area of Expertise: Real Estate Sales Best advice I’ve ever received: If you love what you do, you never have to work a day in your life. I had to wait until I retired to find my life’s calling in real estate. And now that I have my own business as a Weichert Realtors CP sales associate, every day brings
me great joy. As I help my clients and friends find their dream homes in Sun City, I smile thinking about that great advice and how well it fits me these days. Biggest accomplishment to date: I believe wholeheartedly in the unique, personal nature of real estate. This reveals itself when I follow through on what I promise and carefully guide my clients through the many steps and decisions along the way. This has worked out very well for me as for the past two years I have earned recognition as Weichert’s No. 1 Producing Agent in the
local franchise office (Hilton Head, Bluffton and Sun City) and this year for the entire Southeastern region! When I’m NOT working, I love to: As busy as I am with Weichert, I still manage to make time for play. I am an avid tennis player and also have regular weekly and monthly table games playing Crazy Canasta, Mah Jong and my latest favorite: Bridge. Life is Good! 16 William Pope Ave, Suite 103, Bluffton 843-705-3351 or 843-298-5219 www.sherryl.weichertcp.com
Name: Tracey Leaver-Williams Business Name: Hilton Head Ob/Gyn Partners Area of Expertise: Ob/Gyn Best advice I’ve ever received: A mentor once said, “Never get so busy caring for others that you don’t care for yourself.” He then explained that this is how we lose focus and then can’t care for anyone properly. Biggest accomplishment to date: Aside from the obvious academics, finding my way to balance work and family and being able to actively enjoy both. Favorite vacation spot: Key West and all of the Keys If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… In all honesty, I could NEVER imagine doing anything else! Favorite guilty pleasure: Reading teen novels like Hunger Games, Divergent and The Twilight series. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Paint and do crafts, both with my children and alone. 100 Exchange St., Ste 200 843-681-4977 hiltonheadobgyn.com
Name: Margaret Pearman Business name: Charlie’s L’etoile Verte Area of expertise: Wine, certified sommelier Best advice I’ve ever received: You can always make room for a good buy. Biggest accomplishment to date: Now that I am a mother, I have to say that nothing tops the joy that brings me. Favorite vacation spot: Ischia off of Naples… but I haven’t been since college. What inspired me to own my own business: My father started the restaurant in 1982. I saw a lot of things that could be changed and improved. Ultimately I will have to wait for him to retire to do everything I would like! If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… I would have pursued the visual arts. One day I hope to be painting full time. Favorite guilty pleasure: Baby naps and foot massages. When I’m NOT working, I love to: Stay in and cook a good meal to have with my husband. 8 New Orleans Rd. 843-785-9277 www.charliesgreenstar.com
Name: Kelly Caron Business: Kelly Caron Designs, ASID Area of Expertise: Interior Design Best advice I’ve ever received: Always give 110 percent... Push beyond 100 percent. Blend heart, skill and passion, and do whatever it takes. Biggest accomplishment to date: My sweet, animated and joyful daughter Emma Rose. Favorite vacation spot: Sailing the British Virgin Islands What inspired me to start my own business: Being in the driver’s seat allows me to create my own destiny, find balance in life and challenge myself to continue to learn and thrive with my passion. I take pride in being a creative leader and doing the best design for every client. If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been… Architect. Even my eighth grade yearbook predicted I would be an architect. Favorite guilty pleasure: Dove dark chocolate When I’m NOT working, I love to: Cook/grill or do landscaping. 5 Promenade Street, Ste 1302, Bluffton 843-540-9759 www.kellycarondesigns.com
Name: Cindy Creamer Business: Lighthouse Realty Area of Expertise: Real Estate Sales Earning a place among the Lowcountry’s highly respected real estate professionals, Cindy Creamer offers extensive knowledge of the Hilton Head Island and Bluffton area communities. Cindy specializes in the purchase and sale of primary and second homes as well as vacation and investment property. She has a reputation for her professionalism, understanding her clients’ needs and providing outstanding service. Cindy coordinates and provides attention to detail in every step of the real estate transaction. She is a dedicated and market savvy professional who is committed to helping you buy or sell your home with the highest level of expertise and the latest market trends. Cindy is an active member of the Hilton Head Area Association of Realtors and is currently serving as president for 2015. She was elected in 2010 to serve on the board of directors. She was a recipient of the President’s Service Award for 2014 and has been a recipient of the Realtor Service Award since 2010. She has ranked within her company’s top agents each year since starting her real estate career . “I am happy to call Hilton Head home for more than 34 years. It is a great place to live, work and raise a family.” 71 Lighthouse Road, Suite 300 843-298-2356 www.cindycreamer.com
Name: Jimena C. Burnett, MD Business Name: Bluffton-Okatie Family Medicine Area of Expertise: Family Medicine Best advice Iâ€™ve ever received: Treat others the way you wish to be treated. In recent years, I have become even more tuned into the significance of this approach to relationships in trying to teach my daughters the importance of practicing the Golden Rule. Biggest accomplishment to date: While completing medical school and two residencies were big moments in becoming a doctor, without a doubt building a beautiful family with my husband is my greatest achievement so far. I hope my greatest legacy will be two successful daughters who become leaders in business and their home lives. Favorite vacation spot: Argentina (my native country). If I had chosen another career path, it probably would have been... It is hard to think of another career path, as I began medical school at age 18. However, I have always enjoyed great literature, and when I was very young thought about studying Spanish literature in college. To this day, sitting down with a great book is my favorite pastime. Favorite guilty pleasure: There is nothing like an authentic Argentinian barbeque of the various cuts of beef, slowly cooked over a wood grill. When Iâ€™m Not working, I love to: I love to read and certainly enjoy quiet moments to do so. However, much of my time is spent following my daughters around the golf course in competitions or playing at home; I love watching them play! (843)705-8888
Name: Barbara Zagorski Area of Expertise: Abstract Artist While giving her paintings the opportunity to create themselves, Barbara has opened a door to a new story of inspiration through her creations. She has successfully collaborated with developers in New York City, Long Island, NY and Atlanta, Georgia, emphasizing art and real estate. Zagorski is in the final stages of an exciting project entitled, The Gate of Central Park. This series illustrates her artistic perception of each of the original 18 gates. Two of her Gates of Central Park paintings, along with a few other pieces from her Chance series are now on display at Muse Gallery on Arrow Rd. 843-422-3120 www.barbarazagorski.com
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With the United States having one of the most limited maternity leave policies in the world, going back to work after having a baby is often the only option for some new mothers.
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YOU CANNOT MINIMIZE THE POWER OF CONFIDENCE. CONFIDENCE ABOUT BUSINESS AND WHO YOU ARE. YOU CAN SAY THE SAME THING, BUT IF YOU SAY IT WITH CONFIDENCE, IT SOUNDS DIFFERENT. YOU CAN’T FAKE IT.
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IT’S HARDER THAN IT LOOKS; YOU CAN’T DO IT ALONE; FINDING BALANCE IS DIFFICULT; AND STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS IS AMONG THE MOST REWARDING OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
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ONE AFTERNOON IN SEPTEMBER OF 2011, A FEW MONTHS AFTER RETURNING TO THE HILTON HEAD ISLAND FROM MY “VICTORY LAP” YEAR AT AUBURN, MY BUDDY JOHN CRANFORD CALLED ME UP AND ASKED IF I COULD COME JAM WITH HIM AT THE BIG BAMBOO.
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SCOTT’S FISH MARKET Located at Scott’s Fish Market under the stars waterfront, Hurricane Harry’s offers the finest frozen drinks, tropical libations, ice-cold beer and fantastic fun on the docks. The hottest entertainment lights up the night with a Caribbean feel. Harry’s offers delectable appetizers and shellfish in season, along with the friendly bartenders and servers. Happy Hour is daily from 4:30-6:30 p.m. (except Tuesdays!) with $1 off all drinks. Summer at Scott’s features a spectacular fireworks display overhead on Tuesday evenings. Hurricane Harry’s has become the outdoor spot not to miss when visiting Hilton Head Island. We recommend trying the Frozen Mango Margarita with the Fish Tacos. Live music is featured nightly with local musicians Reid Richmond, Jon Bruner, Gary Pratt, Jordan Sturm and Kevin Richmond rotating. www.scottsfishmarket.com 843.785.7575 BISTRO 17 For a more sophisticated Harbour experience, try Bistro 17 and be transported to a quaint French eatery. Al fresco dining is offered, along with an extensive wine list. The ambiance inside the restaurant is accentuated by music floating from the baby grand piano Monday-Saturday evenings. Try the escargot en croute or Mussels Mariniere with a chilled glass of Pinot Grigio to start your evening off right. An early dining special (15 percent off an entrée with a complimentary glass of house wine) is offered from 5-6:30 p.m. nightly. www.bistro17hhi.com 843.785.5517 LA FONTANA In the mood for some Prosciutto di Parma, Chicken Parm or just a delicious pizza? Then head over to the Harbour’s resident Italian restaurant, La Fontana, and feel like one of the family. There’s plenty of seating at the outdoor bar with a front seat to the fireworks and the Shannon Tanner show in season. Happy Hour is from 4-7 p.m. every night with $4 house wines, $5 well drinks and half off all appetizers and personal pizzas. Live music is offered every night (except 116
Tuesday) with musicians Jared Valenti, Rick Radcliffe or Charlie Denison. Try a glass of their house made limoncello for a refreshing treat. www.lafontanahhi.com 843.785.3300 MEDITERRANEAN HARBOUR BAR & GRILL The fresh flavors of the Mediterranean can be found in this newest addition to Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina. Try the sampler platter for a taste of hummus, fresh grape leaves, kibbeh, baba ghanouj and falafel. Happy Hour is from 4-7 p.m. with 50 percent off the bar food menu and $3 house wines and draft beer. Choose indoor or outdoor seating, and enjoy entertainment Friday-Sunday by Daryl Ingman. For a unique experience, starting August 15, the Mediterranean Harbour Bar and Grill will have a belly dancer entertaining the crowds on Friday nights! www.mediterraneanharbour.com 843.842.9991 SAN MIGUEL’S MEXICAN ON THE MARINA Every day is a fiesta at this longstanding staple of the Harbour. After a hard day at work, we recommend you wash down some chili con queso with a delicious top shelf caddy margarita on the rocks. Listen to Mike Korbar and Chris Jones at the outside bar while you watch the boats return from a day on the water. Happy Hour is from 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, with $2 off house, gold and caddy margaritas, $1 off all beers and $4 house wines. www.sanmiguels.com 843.842.4555 ELA’s BLU WATER GRILLE Voted the best location in South Carolina for water view dining, ELA’s casual yet refined atmosphere makes it a must stop for anyone on Hilton Head Island. Cozy lounge-type chairs on the second level porch make for the perfect spot to settle in with a cocktail and catch the sunset or the Tuesday night fireworks. Try the Lobster Nachos for a tasty appetizer, or the ever popular Prosciutto Shrimp and Cheddar Grits. Live entertainment is featured Wednesday-Sunday, with Bill Peterson playing jazz for Sunday brunch. www.elasgrille.com 843.785.3030 AUGUST 2015
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y only background with the military is based on my dad and three brothers, none of whom served in action. Dad said he wanted to be in the Navy, but when they asked him what branch he wanted to be in, they put him in the Army! My three brothers were all weekend warriors for the Army, Air Force and Marines. Brother Greg who was the Marine, told me he got caught eating a package of crackers, and his sergeant punished him by making him eat another package, cellophane and all! May River Theatre’s presentation of No Time for Sergeants won’t feature any cracker eating, but a warm and funny rendition of the story of country bumpkin William Stockdale who had an unlimited amount of common sense. No Time for Sergeants is a 1954 best-selling novel by Mac Hyman, which was later adapted into a teleplay on The United States Steel Hour, by Ira Levin, starring Andy Griffith. An expanded version of the play, written by Ira Levin, opened on Broadway at the Alvin Theatre in 1955. Griffith reprised his role, and Don Knotts made his Broadway debut as Corporal Manual Dexterity. Griffith was nominated for a Tony for Best Featured Actor, and it ran for 796 performances, closing in 1957. In 1958 Warmer Brothers released the movie version of the military play, and Griffith once again reprised his role along with Don Knotts and most of the original Broadway cast. In the fall of 1964, it debuted on television with Samuel Jackson in the leading role as Andy Griffith left to do his Andy Griffith Show. Not able to hold on to its own opposite the former No Time for Sergeants star, it was trounced in the ratings and only lasted one season. The play chronicles the misadventures of a country bumpkin named Will Stockdale who is drafted into the U.S. Army during World War II and assigned to the United States Army Air Forces. Hyman was in the Army Air Forces during World II when it was part of the U.S. Army. Mark Erickson, a newcomer to the May River Theatre stage, will play the lead role of Will Stockdale. Other lead actors include Matt Dennis playing Ben Whitledge; Ron Ruckle, Sergeant King; Rob Tillison, Irvin Blanchard; Gary Ventimiglia, Pa Stockdale; Bill Andrusic, General Pollard and Vince Scott, General Bush. The show is directed by Jim Kadra, who last directed Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Ron Ruckle is assistant director. The show is produced by the May River Theatre Company, Inc., written by Ira Levin and presented by special arrangement with of Dramatist Play Service, New York, NY. No Time for Sergeants opens August 14 and will play three weekends through August 30, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. All tickets are $25 and are available by calling the box office, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., (843) 815-5581.
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MARSHALL’S EXPERIENCE WITH SOULS HARBOR HAS HELPED STRENGTHEN EVERY ASPECT OF WHAT IT TAKES TO BUILD SOMETHING REALLY SPECIAL WITH AKILAVUE
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Enjoy a beautiful Salmon and Lobster dinner overlooking Savannah
Shrimp Cocktail with speciality martinis and cocktails!
Savory Bloody Mary with Olives, Fresh Steamed Shrimp and a spicy, salted rim.
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The bright exterior of the building looks like something you’d see on the white sandy beaches of the Carribbean.
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Simple elegant custom cabinetry and free standing tub defines this Lowcountry Master Bath. Stained Mahogany French doors lead to an outdoor grilling and entertaining retreat.
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With the 2015-2016 school year, the islandâ€™s oldest still-operating school, Hilton Head Preparatory School is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, honoring a history of hard work, unwavering dedication, and academic, arts, and athletic excellence.
HHP is understandably proud of its 100 percent senior acceptance rate to colleges and universities.
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EUROPEAN WAX CENTER
luffton, Prepare to strut, glow, and feel fabulous,” said Cheryl Twillmann, local resident and owner of the European Wax Center, now open in the Best Buy shopping center. Founded in 2004 by the Coba siblings, the European Wax Center has franchised over 683 locations all across the United States, with the newest one in Bluffton, South Carolina. This multi-generation family has spent countless years working to perfect a high quality, natural wax product, which minimizes discomfort and provides an optimum wax experience for their guests. “We believe luxurious waxing isn’t just for the privileged. It’s for everyone who wants gorgeous skin, whenever they desire.” Twillmann said. “Our patented ‘Comfort Wax’ is made exclusively for us in Paris. Made primarily from beeswax and botanicals, in conjunction with our three-step process to cleanse, protect and condition the skin, our comfort wax is gentle enough to use on the face and body, for even the most sensitive skin.” According to Twillmann, the response from the community has been amazing. “So many people have called to say, ‘finally, we have a salon that recognizes that waxing is an essential part of personal care and beauty—one that needs experts who understand how it relates to overall skincare, and not a service to be performed as a side service in a back room.’” “No one is as beautiful as one who is confident,” Twillmann added. “Whether it is an adolescent who is self-conscious about excess facial or body hair, a man who prefers a smooth back or well-groomed eyebrows, or a lady who loves the exfoliating properties and gorgeous skin that waxing reveals, we love when our guests walk in and strut out with confidence.” European Wax Center prides itself on hiring the best estheticians and cosmetologists in the field. Once hired, each associate must complete an extensive training program, designed to ensure that everyone becomes a wax specialist, in accordance to the standards of the European Wax Center experts. The consistency in the service provided from location to location has created guest loyalty throughout the country. “Before we opened in Bluffton, one of our guests was driving 90 minutes to Summerville for the European Wax Center experience. She had been a guest of one of our northeast locations before she moved to the area and made that trip every three weeks to keep up with her waxing regime,” Twillmann said. “Our guest loyalty speaks for itself; it makes me proud to represent such a reputable company.” European Wax Center in Bluffton is currently open MondayFriday, 9 a.m.-8p.m., and 9 a.m.-6 p.m. on weekends. Reservations are recommended but not required. They will be hosting their Grand Opening Event, “Bikinis and Martinis,” Thursday August 6 from 4-7 p.m. First-time local guests will receive their choice of a complimentary service: for the ladies, a choice of an eyebrow, underarm or bikini line service; for the gents a choice of an eyebrow, nose or ear service. To celebrate their opening in a fun way, they will be featuring local musician Whitley Deputy and offering complimentary “Wow Brow” demonstrations, snacks and martinis following guests’ wax services. For more information, and a list of services and products, visit waxcenter.com. For reservations, call 844-Wax-Center.
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Dr. George K. Camp III, DDS has opened a second dental practice at 32 Malphrus Road, suite 115, Bluffton (between Pier 1 Imports and World Market). For this new office, Camp joined forces with two of his long-time hygienists, Rita Davis and Erika Wynne, offering a wide-range of dental, spa and salon services. Jessica Chapman has been named the director of development for the Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA). As a former health and wellness coordinator for YMCA of Beaufort, outreach coordinator at CAPA, mother and parttime teacher, Chapman has a deep understanding of the ramifications of abuse and neglect and is dedicated to its prevention. Hilton Head Island Real Estate Brokers, Inc., a leader in Hilton Head Island, Bluffton and Sun City Hilton Head residential real estate, recently welcomed Ken Weisner as a buyer specialist. Weisner has lived on Hilton Head since 1983 and brings to Hilton Head Island Real Estate Brokers a passion for helping people discover all the area has to offer. Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) announced that Peggy Edwards, director of communications and editor of TennisPro magazine, was presented a 2015 APEX Award (Awards for Publishing Excellence).
Berry & Carr, PC is proud to announce its newest member, Luke Paulick, who will service their Beaufort office as an associate attorney. Paulick has been a solo practitioner in Beaufort for the past two years, running his own general practice, and has experience in immigration law, civil litigation and criminal defense. Southeast Entertainment & Restaurant Group (SERG) is ecstatic to announce the newest addition to their team, creative director Jason Burt. A Hilton Head Island resident for more than 12 years, Burt has assisted several local businesses in developing their brand identity with his innovative artistic direction and also bring six years of national advertising experience. As a community partner to the Lowcountry community, Matilda Jane Clothing recently donated $1,000 to the Pritchardville Elementary School PTO in Bluffton, which will help fund special programs that celebrate students’ successes. The large gift was the culmination of a two-week giving program known as “Janes Give Back.” Bill Middleton, Jr. has joined The Joan Kelly Group as its president. A Keller Williams team leader since 2011, he has been a top sales agent, a representative to the International ALC, the Regional Advisory Council, and a KWU certified instructor; he is currently working with the KW MAPS Coaching Division as a BOLD Coach.
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Don Ryan Center for Innovation has appointed three new board members. Michael P. Matthews has lived in Bluffton since 2006 and is a member of the Beaufort County Rural and Critical Land Preservation board and was recently the Savannah/Beaufort regional manager for the Blood Alliance after a 35-year career of executive leadership in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Larry Hughes has been a Bluffton resident for more than 16 years, serving as past president of the Bluffton Historical Preservation Society and as representative/board member for the former Lowcountry Economic Alliance. The New Jersey native spent his 40-year career in the fields of marketing, public relations and political consulting and was responsible for the presentation that led to Blufftonâ€™s partnership with Clemson University to form what is now known as the Don Ryan Center for Innovation. Carlton Dallas enjoyed a 34-year career in the petroleum industry where he held positions in marketing, management, sales, logistic and efficiency programs and managed assets in 71 countries. Retired since 2010, he is active with World Affairs Council (HHI), Hilton Head Island Economic Development Corporation and the Greater Island Council of Hilton Head Island. Amanda Ann Lenns and Christopher Joseph Lane were married on May 2 at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah, Georgia with a reception at the Westin Savannah Harbor. Amanda is the daughter of Thomas and Carol Lenns; Christopher is the son of Richard and Jean Lane.
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