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as well as literally up the interstate, we opened this Summerville favorite in 2007. Serving up great food and cold drinks with a side of personality. Enjoy the fun atmosphere, inside or out on the patio. Either way you choose, you’re guaranteed a damn good time! Trust us…it’s worth the drive to find out.
Monday Funday $5 Appetizers & $4 Craft Drafts. Dine In Only.
2 Entrees for $16. Dine In Only.
$5 10 Piece Nuggets & Fries. Dine In Only.
Loyalty members can enjoy our Jalapeno Dip for only $5.49 during the month of January.
Job fair Berkeley County will host an in-house job fair for open positions with the county government on Jan. 27. The job fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Assembly Room of the Berkeley County Administration Building at 1003 Hwy. 52 in Moncks Corner, according to a county press release announcing the event. Any members of the public searching for a new job or career change are invited to attend, the release says. Department heads will be present to review resumes and discuss available po...
Berkeley County will host an in-house job fair for open positions with the county government on Jan. 27.
The job fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Assembly Room of the Berkeley County Administration Building at 1003 Hwy. 52 in Moncks Corner, according to a county press release announcing the event.
Any members of the public searching for a new job or career change are invited to attend, the release says. Department heads will be present to review resumes and discuss available positions.
Berkeley County offers competitive pay, state retirement, paid holidays, education reimbursement and more, and the jobs open include areas from law enforcement to engineer and technical positions to administrative roles. For a full list of openings, visit the county’s website at berkeleycountysc.gov and click on Careers at the bottom of the webpage.
Knight’s Companies acquires local concrete, steel companies
Summerville-based Knight’s Companies has announced in a statement the acquisition of Charleston-based Tekna Corporation, a local prestressed and precast concrete manufacturer, and Sovereign Steel, a rebar and steel reinforcements fabricator.
Through this acquisition, Knight’s Companies can provide additional product lines to its customers and participate more in upcoming infrastructure projects, said a press release announcing the acquisition.
“It gives us diversification,” said Pete Knight, CEO of Knight’s Companies, in a press release. “While our book of business is currently focused on residential growth and commercial development, we can now offer prestressed foundation piling, bridge beams, bridge deck slabs, rebar packages and more to help our customers meet South Carolina’s immediate infrastructure needs.”
Knight’s was founded in 1969 and provides septic, ready-mix concrete, precast concrete, trucking and concrete pumping services to commercial and residential customers in South Carolina and Georgia.
Tekna Corporation and Sovereign Steel have worked on Lowcountry construction projects like Mount Pleasant’s Memorial Waterfront Park and foundation replacement at the Battery in downtown Charleston, said company founder Eric Deierlein in the release. It most recently has been building the main components for the Battery Park Pedestrian Bridge over Noisette Creek with Knight’s Redi-Mix as their concrete supplier.
“Being a former customer, I know Pete and others in the organization and felt I was leaving my team in good hands,” Deierlein said in the release. “I know my guys will have work in the future and be able to draw from a bigger bench to handle more projects.”
Knight’s looks forward to using its existing resources to support Tekna and Sovereign Steel and taking the customer relationships they’ve cultivated within South Carolina to “the next level,” the release says.
“We’re excited to see how this acquisition further aligns us with what our customers do and the opportunities it presents to strengthen our partnerships,” Knight said.
Visit Knight’s website at www.knightscompanies.com to learn more about the company.
Buddin stays on as Berkeley chamber president
The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce announced on Jan. 5 it has reappointed Todd Buddin as president of the chamber’s 2022 Board of Directors.
Buddin, who is president and CEO of First National Bank of South Carolina, was first chosen to serve as president of the chamber last summer.
“Serving as the President of the Berkeley Chamber’s Board of Directors is an honor,” said Buddin in the press release announcing the 2022 board. “In 2022, the Chamber will be focused on growing and strengthening our businesses and building synergy throughout the business community. Our Board of Directors’ focus will be on developing and expanding programs and opportunities for our businesses, along with addressing and advocating the key issues that affect our members: workforce, infrastructure, education, training, and planned growth of our region.”
In the release, chamber CEO Elaine Morgan said she looks forward to the work Buddin and the chamber will do in the coming year.
For a full list of new and sitting members, or to learn more about the chamber, visit berkeleysc.org.