(CHARLESTON, S.C.) – December 21, 2011 – South Carolina Federal Credit Union will serve as the 2012 title sponsor for Charleston Coastal Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) for the third consecutive year.
As title sponsor, South Carolina Federal representatives have the opportunity to attend SCORE seminars, contribute speakers from its Business Services division as needed and lend support for SCORE’s media, advertising and collateral needs.
“SCORE serves our next generation of entrepreneurs and small business is key to the economic success of our region,” said South Carolina Federal Credit Union President & CEO Scott Woods.
SCORE’s mission is “to provide professional management assistance to small businesses through the voluntary service of its members, who freely give of their knowledge, expertise and experience, with the ultimate goal of improving the economy and community which we serve.” Since 1964, SCORE has been the premier small business mentoring service in the U.S.
Photo Caption: South Carolina Federal President & CEO Scott Woods presents SCORE representatives with a sponsorship check. Pictured from left to right: Allyn Graham, Ram Dachepalli, Joe Conti, Steve Majewski, Scott Woods and Trey Gantt.
About South Carolina Federal
South Carolina Federal Credit Union is headquartered in North Charleston. More than 138,000 members own and belong to the not-for-profit financial cooperative, which has over $1.3 billion in assets. South Carolina Federal is a community-chartered credit union. Anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester, Calhoun, Orangeburg or Georgetown counties, and most of Lexington and Richland counties, is eligible to join. South Carolina Federal has 17 branches, and more than 74 ATMs throughout Charleston, Columbia and Georgetown. In 2008, South Carolina Federal, for the second consecutive year, was voted one of the Best Places to Work in the state. More information about South Carolina Federal can be found at scfederal.org or on the SiMPLE CENTS blog at simplecentsblog.org.
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