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  • Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Boniker

Veterinary clinic announces new staff member

Coastal Animal Rescue Veterinary Clinic in Murrells Inlet would like to welcome, Dr. Rustin Boniker, to their staff, who in addition to small animals is experienced in exotic and wild life.

Garden City Realty recognizes its March agents of the month and the quarter

Lee Hewitt, broker-in-charge of Garden City Realty, Inc., is pleased to announce that Cal Harrelson is the top listing agent and Bobby Streett is the top selling agent for March.

Harrelson has been selling real estate in the coastal resort areas of the south strand for 22 years.

Streett has been a broker associate with Garden City Realty since 2004 and has been selling real estate for more than 40 years.

Hewitt also announced that Denise Coleman is the top listing and Streett is the top selling agent of the quarter.

Coleman has been a Broker Associate with Garden City Realty since 1999.

Century 21 Boling announces top producers

Penny Boling, president on Century 21 Boling, is proud to announce the top producers for March.

Traci Miles wins both Sales and Listing award for March. She has also been awarded Century 21 of the Carolinas Top Agent for 2013.

Glasspro announces new hire

Chey Spade has recently joined Glasspro as a senior auto glass technician and is primarily responsible for auto glass replacement and repairs. Prior to joining Glasspro, Spade spent over 19 years in the auto glass industry in various capacities including auto glass installation.

According to Paul Heinauer, president of Glasspro, “We’re very fortunate to have a highly skilled and experienced auto glass technician like Chey join our growing technician staff.”

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