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America’s Furniture Warehouse

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Peace, Love, and Little Donuts

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Santee Cooper Credit Union just so happens to be our neighbor here at the Insider at the Market Common.

Working for People, Not For Profits in the Market Common Santee Cooper Credit Union is a financial institution that is entirely owned and operated by its members. Credit unions are different from banks in that they are not-for-profits, meaning that they are not trying to make a profit, and if they do, it gets cycled …

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The Best Wig Shop in the Market Common area.

Karen Houghton Speaks About Owning The Wig Shop Karen Houghton has been in the beauty world since 2004, when she started her own business, “I loved making people feel more beautiful, but I was looking for something else to tie in with it,” she says. “I’ve always loved hair and doing hair. So I bought …

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The Best Home Restoration Company in the Market Common area.

This Family-Owned Business Champions Quality Over Quantity Michael Sokolik Jr., has been interested in building from an early age when he’d go off into the woods and try his hand at constructing tree houses. “I was never very good until I put my mind to it though,” he tells me. “My stepfather, Victor Conway, taught …

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Interior Design In the Market Common Laurie Dragunoff has wanted to be an interior designer since she was in high school. Originally from Connecticut, she enrolled in an accredited program for interior design at UMass Amherst, and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1990. She’s been in business as an interior designer …

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Market Common Diet Shop

In The Form Of A Shop By AC Bethea The woman behind the store is Emma Ware, owner and proprietor of Emma’s School of Healthy Eating and Specialty Store in Market Common. Her double degrees in Clinical Homeopathy and Holistic Nutrition, along with added studies in herbology, kinesiology and face reading, have led her to …

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Market Common Insider Online 9.17

Our Commitment to Building Community The Insider at the Market Common began 18 months ago, with a mission to connect and inform the greater Market Common community about who lives and works in our community and what’s available here that makes it so special. According to the Post and Courier, our publishers in Charleston, our …

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Market Common Insider Tidelands Health September 2017

Addressing Health Care in the Market Common A press release by Tidelands Health Tidelands Health, the region’s largest health care provider, is planning to build a new, $44 million medical park The Market Common as part of its efforts to provide access to high-quality medical care for the region’s growing population. In August, the health …

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Market Common WD 9.17

Community Art with a Convivial Setting Bailey Turner was first introduced to the Wine and Design franchise about four years ago when she was a sophomore at Coastal Carolina University. A graphic design major with a minor in studio art, she was looking for a job doing something she loved, and discovered a Wine and …

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Market Common Peace Love Little Donuts 9/17

They’re Open! And Bringing a Little Bit of Groovy With Them Clayton Matthews was born in Texas. He grew up in Athens, Georgia. The last 15 years of his life, he’s spent living in Harrisonburg, Virginia, in the Shenandoah Valley, two hours outside of D.C. Clayton attended James Madison University, where he played football and …

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BB Market Common Insider

A Myrtle Beach Staple Since 1994 by Wendy Zulanchc   Benjamin’s Bakery and Cafe, is located in Surfside Beach, and has been serving the Grand Strand community their delectable and extensive selection of baked goods since they first opened. For almost 25 years, the owner, Lee Zulanch, has worked long hours crafting breads and pastries, …

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