The Island News, Lowcountry Weekly seeking advertising salespeople

The Island News and Lowcountry Weekly, two locally owned and published publications, are in search of one or more part-time advertising salespeople.

Our publications reach more readers than any other company in the region by providing quality content for the hyper local market we have proudly served for more than 20 years.

The position involves a business-to-business advertising sales role with responsibilities that include prospecting, scheduling appointments and meeting with business owners one-on-one. No industry specific or sales experience is required. However, if a person does have a background in sales or previous business experience, that may prove helpful.

Pay is based on a full-commission revenue model, so there is unlimited income potential.

Please send resumes and inquiries to Jeff Evans at jeff.theislandnews@gmail.com.

Weichert adds Peeler to Beaufort team

Weichert, Realtors – Coastal Properties has announced the addition of Joy Peeler to their real estate firm as their new Beaufort Administrator & Recruiting/Marketing Coordinator. Peeler will be working out of the Beaufort office.

Peeler, a native Hilton Head Islander, has spent many years working in hospitality in Beaufort County. Her job roles have included owner services, sales customer service, property transfers, digital marketing, public relations and communications. She lives on Lady’s Island with her Beaufort High football coach/teacher husband and her 17-year-old son.

LowCountry Habitat for Humanity ReStore expands retail hours

The LowCountry Habitat for Humanity announced this week that in response to increased customer demand, the ReStore at 612 Parris Island Gateway has added Wednesday to its shopping days.

New hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday and Friday; and Sales from the LowCountry ReStore have directly helped to fund more than 50 affordable homes for families in Northern Beaufort County since 1990.

For information on how to donate to the ReStore, or on volunteer opportunities, call 843-525-0055 or visit lowcountryhabitatforhumanity.org.

PA Blau joins Beaufort Memorial Orthopaedic Specialists

Certified physician assistant Sarah Blau has joined Beaufort Memorial Orthopaedic Specialists, where she will work with board-certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. Leland Stoddard in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of and injuries to bones and joints.

Part of the Beaufort Memorial medical staff since November 2010, Blau was a physician assistant at the hospital’s Express Care & Occupational Health Care clinics prior to joining the orthopedic practice.

Blau, who holds a Master of Science in physician assistant studies and a Bachelor of Science in biology from Marietta College in Ohio, came to Beaufort Memorial after three years at IHA Urgent Care in Ann Arbor, Mich. There her PA role comprised clinical evaluation and treatment of patients both in person and virtually as well as administrative and leadership responsibilities.

Located at 300 Midtown Drive, Beaufort Memorial Orthopaedic Specialists provides a full range of care for bones and joints, specializing in minimally invasive hip and knee replacement. Along with Dr. Stoddard, the practice includes Dr. Edward Blocker and certified physician assistant Paul Schaefer.

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