Business briefs for October 27th-November 2nd

Photo above: Camelot Farms Equestrian Center on St. Helena Island celebrated its grand opening Sept. 29.

Beaufort to help businesses with online transactions

Two additional training sessions have been scheduled for Beaufort’s new online payment system for business license renewals and hospitality/accommodations tax payments. The sessions replace two workshops that were cancelled recently due to Hurricane Matthew.

The goal of the online service is to improve customer service. The sessions will familiarize business owners with the process and help them create their log-in access as well as receive personalized attention in getting set up.

Participants should bring their own laptops or tablet computers. Although the sessions are scheduled for two hours, participants may leave once their online account is established and they are comfortable with the online system.

The workshops will be held in Beaufort City Hall’s first floor at 1911 Boundary St. They will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1; and from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2

The city is partnering with local chambers of commerce to promote the workshops.

Wellness Center helps employees stay healthy

Second Wind Therapy & Wellness Center, a specialty gym in Beaufort, recently launched a corporate fitness program that integrates workplace exercise, nutrition and education in order to improve productivity and cut health-related expenses.

“Without proper nutrition and regular, intensive exercise, people significantly increase the risk of developing chronic illness,” said owner Jamie Wolf.

Second Wind Therapy & Wellness Center’s Corporate Fitness program provides 30-minute, challenging, full-body workouts at the workplace. These 30-minute express workouts do not require any expensive equipment and can be easily modified for available space.

To book a professional fitness educator from Second Wind’s Corporate Fitness program for a complimentary lunch-n-learn nutrition/exercise talk or workplace assessment, call 834-379-3726.

For more information, visit www.secondwindwellness.com or email info@secondwindwellness.com.

New stylist joins Aqua Med Spa

Rachael Prichard has joined Aqua Med Spa and Salon’s as a stylist/esthetician. Aqua Med Spa is located at 2206 Mossy Oaks Road in Port Royal.

Aqua Med Spa and Salon is an all-inclusive medical spa and salon, that promises to provide convenient and luxurious accommodations while enhancing natural beauty.

Services are provided by highly trained staff and managed by Dr. Luis R. Vega, a board-certified physician. Aqua offers a comprehensive array of medical spa and salon services to its clientele.

To book at appointment, call 843-522-9179.

American Legion Post 9 Commander Chuck Lurey presents Everett Ballenger a certificate of appreciation to recognize local businesses that display the American flag.
American Legion Post 9 Commander Chuck Lurey presents Everett Ballenger a certificate of appreciation to recognize local businesses that display the American flag.
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