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Business

  • Animal hospital reopens in IL

    When Dr. Carol Dietz-Rimar

    was killed in a car accident in

    2007, her death rocked the

    Indian Land community. The

    1,200 clients of Indian Land

    Animal Hospital were left wondering

    about the future of the

    clinic.

    The staff kept it open with

    the assistance of part-time substitute

    vets until they sent out

    notices in December announcing

    the clinic’s closure.

    After the announcement of

    the closing, a new veterinarian

    stepped forward to buy the

    business.

  • Business networking group organizing

    BNI, a referral group that helps businesses grow, is forming in Indian Land. The membership is open to the public.

    Everyone is welcome to come and bring a friend who might be interested.

    The group is meeting from 7:45 to 8:45 a.m. on alternate Wednesdays at Carolina Lakes Golf Club at Sun City Carolina Lakes.

    Its next meeting will be today, March 26.

  • Power Team updates state marketing tool

    The S.C. Power Team

    recently produced the latest

    edition of “Why Companies

    Locate in South Carolina.” The

    10-page booklet communicates

    the business advantages a company

    will enjoy by locating in

    South Carolina.

    “An analysis of South Carolina’s

    business advantages indicated

    that they could be

    grouped under five broad attributes”,

    said Fred Gassaway,

    executive vice president of the

    S.C. Power Team. “Those attributes