On The Move: March 16, 2018


Tim Collins
Has been promoted to production manager of Infinity Marketing. Collins previously served as production supervisor. Collins is a graduate of Clemson University where he received a degree in graphic communications. Collins has over 10 years of experience in the commercial printing industry.

Thomas Chase
Has joined Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP as a member of the firm’s transportation and logistics team. Chase brings over 25 years of experience of front-line litigation experience in state and federal appellate courts. Chase is a graduate of Furman University and University of South Carolina School of Law. He previously worked as an assistant attorney general in the South Carolina Attorney General’s office.

Nick Littlefield
Has joined SVN BlackStream as an associate advisor. Littlefield was previously a parts department manager for Toyota, which gives him a strong background in both sales and the transportation industry.

Charlotte Osmer
Has been elected to the Board of Greenville Revitalization Corporation by South Carolina Legal Services. Osmer currently serves as vice chair of the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority. Osmer is also the staff attorney of South Carolina Legal Services.

Elizabeth Brown
Has begun as a graphic design intern at Jackson Marketing for the spring. Brown is currently a senior at Bob Jones University, pursuing a degree in graphic design.


Jay Blankenship has received the 2018 South Carolina AHEC Gateway Award from Upstate AHEC, the Health Careers Program Department.

Tindall Corporation’s President and CEO, Greg Force, was awarded the 2017 Mario J. Bertolini Leadership & Innovation Award at the 2018 PCI Convention. The award recognizes an individual who exhibits the personal and professional traits exemplified by Bertolini while serving in senior management roles of PCI Producer Member Firms.

UPS has announced 25 elite drivers from the state of South Carolina among 1,582 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, which is an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 years of accident-free driving. The elite drivers from the Upstate include: James Abercrombie Jr., Danny Branch, Allen Donnahoo, Thomas Haeg, Darren Hewitt, Milton Johnson, John Park III, Gregory Robinson, and Randall Turner.

Chris Manley, the founder and CEO of local nonprofit Rebuild Upstate, recently received the Fred Sheheen Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership from Together SC.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas has appointed four new board members: Sophie Clayton (CEO of Clayton Construction Company), Bill Guzick (Michelin North America), Daniel Lock (director of sales for Courtyard Greenville Downtown) , and Jimmy Swiger (general product manager for Baldor Electric Company/ABB).

New to the Street 

The Children’s Medical Center Verdae recently opened at 703 Verdae Blvd. on Monday, Feb. 26.

Marla Rogers State Farm recently opened at 1099 E. Bulter Blvd. in Greenville. Learn more at marlarogersneighborhood.com.

Jordan Construction Company recently opened a new headquarters at 24 Vardry St.  Learn more at jcccontractors.com.

Blackstream International recently opened a Greenville location at 7C Brendan Way. Learn more at blackstreaminternational.com.

Southern Girl Chic just opened 2815 Woodruff Road, Suite 106. Learn more at southerngirlchic.com/2017/08/12/Greenville/.

Club Pilates recently opened a Greenville location at  2107-A Augusta St.



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