June 2013

June 2013 Series of Fortunate Events

Author: Special To C2 Magazine


Congratulations!
Christopher Corkern, with The Prudential Insurance Co. and president of The Corkern Group of Bluffton, was recently named a member of the Prudential Agency Distribution President’s Council.


Welcome to the Team!
Coastal Properties Brokers-in-Charge/Owners, Joe and Karen Ryan, have announced the addition of Glenn Jacobsen to the agency’s sales team.


A Big Accomplishment
An annual ranking of the best tennis resorts in the world has once again named Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort to its Top 10 List.


A New Hire
Shear Miracle introduces Jessica Barberi, former manager of Regis Salon.


New Business!
DayBreak of the Lowcountry, providing in-home senior care, is now open. Using a holistic approach to encompass body, mind, and spirit, owner Lynda Lee creates a customized care plan for each of her clients in order to maximize quality of care. See www.daybreakcare.com for more info.


The Fountain of Youth
Dr. Jerry Renato, of Renato Health and Wellness, recently returned from a five day Anti-Aging and Longevity Seminar in Salt Lake City, Utah where he studied subjects such as “The Truth About Anti-Aging and Long life” taught by esteemed researchers and award-winning scientists.


The Academy Awards of Hair
Danielle Keasling, owner of Salon Karma was recently named a finalist for her work in hair extensions at the 2013 Stylist Choice Awards held in Chicago, Illinois. She was presented among hundreds of industry leaders and the most influential hair stylists in the business.


Go Speed Racer, Go!
Longtime Hilton Head Island resident Tad Segars, 55, placed first in the SPO Class racing his own V-8 stock car in the Jim Stark Memorial SARRC races April 27-28 at Roebling Road Raceway in Bloomingdale, GA.


The Junior Jazz Foundation
The Junior Jazz Foundation has an additional $6,200 for scholarships, music camps and instruments as a result of the outdoor evening concert at Palmetto Bluff, which drew an audience of more than 1,000 area residents and visitors earlier this month.

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