Category: Business

Boeing Officials Visit Dillon County

Boeing officials were in Dillon County Friday, February 26, as part of their two-day visit to the Pee Dee region last week.

FLOCO Foods CEO Speaks About New KJ’s Market, Economic Progress

John Symons, the Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of FLOCO Foods, Inc., was the guest speaker at the Dillon County Chamber of Commerce banquet. Symons said customers can expect more variety, the same friendly service, and the best fried chicken in town at new KJ’s Market.

KJ’s Market Construction Progressing

0 The construction on the new KJ’s Market store that will replace Carl’s IGA is progressing. The nearly 32,000 sq.ft. store is being constructed behind the present Carl’s IGA store which will be torn down at the completion of KJ’s. The store will have the same owners and the same management team. The store will…

Company Investing $10 Million In Solar Energy Project In County

Cypress Creek Renewables, a company that specializes in the ownership and development of long-term solar energy projects, has taken first steps toward investing $10 million in a solar energy project in Dillon County.

Harbor Freight Celebrates Grand Opening Of Distribution Center, Family Day

Harbor Freight Tools celebrated the grand opening of their distribution center and family day Saturday, October 31st.

Corn Maze Recognizes 75 Years Of Marlboro Electric Service

It has been 75 years since Marlboro Electric Cooperative blew the candles out and brought electricity to Marlboro and Dillon County.

First Bank Names George Webster As Dillon Branch Manager

First Bank has named George Webster Branch Manager of the Dillon region.  

Dillon County Has Presence In Florence Regional Airport

Dillon County plays a role in the Florence Regional Airport, which is a key component to attracting economic development to the area.

First Citizens Makes Donation To Free Medical Clinic

The First Citizens Bank Foundation has donated $5,000 to the Dillon County Free Medical Clinic which will be used to help offset the cost of lab equipment for the clinic that currently serves about 350 patients.

KJ’s Store Replacing Carl’s Food Center

A nearly 32,000 sq.ft. KJ’s Market store will be replacing the current Carl’s IGA, according to John Symons, who is in charge of the company-owned stores in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.