Business briefs for December 7th-13th

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Photo above: American Legion Beaufort Post 9 is striving to promote both patriotism and businesses in the Beaufort area by calling attention to those that proudly display the U.S. flag at their location. Post 9 presents those enterprises with a framed certificate thanking them. Here, Hall Sumner and Charles Tumlin are presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for displaying the U.S. flag at their office, Tumlin Levin Sumner. Photo provided.

Built to Honor helps vets with owning home

Joel Rudicil, president of LED Lowcountry, stands in front of the 50th home provided by PulteGroup, Built to Honor program, which provides mortgage-free homes to deserving wounded veterans across the country. LED Lowcountry was one of several trade partners that helped make the home possible. Photo provided.
Joel Rudicil, president of LED Lowcountry, stands in front of the 50th home provided by PulteGroup, Built to Honor program, which provides mortgage-free homes to deserving wounded veterans across the country. LED Lowcountry was one of several trade partners that helped make the home possible. Photo provided.

LED Lowcountry was one of many trade partners and organizations that recently helped make Built to Honor’s 50th home possible for U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Clark “Jey” Johnson and his family at Sea Grass Station in Bluffton. 

Sponsored by PulteGroup, the Built to Honor program provides mortgage-free homes to deserving wounded veterans across the country. 

Launched in 2013, PulteGroup operations across the nation have banded together to support this effort, having built 30 new homes worth upwards of $9 million for deserving wounded veterans.

“It was an honor to be part of this project,” said Joel Rudicil, president of LED Lowcountry. “We appreciate, respect and thank all of our veterans for their service to our country.”

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