The Local Newswire
(SAVANNAH, GA) Enmarket convenience stores are making an enhancement to their mobile app that will allow customers to buy items through their phones and save a trip to the register. Enmarket, one of the first convenience store chains in the U.S. to use the new mobile payment technology, has partnered with Skip, a mobile self-checkout service. The technology is designed to reduce the speed of checkout from an average of 60 seconds to an instant checkout action controlled by the customer. For more information on Skip Frictionless Checkout, please visit https://getskip.com/
DEWITT TILTON GROUP LAUNCHES REDESIGNED WEBSITE
BETHESDA TO HOST OPEN HOUSE NOV. 15
HUNT, FISH & SHOOT RAISES $22,000
(JASPER COUNTY, S.C.) The Boys & Girls Club of Jasper County raised $22,000 at its largest annual fundraising event, the Hunt, Fish & Shoot Party, which was held at Peacock Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Fiat at 265 Drivers Way in Hardeeville. Local businesses, corporations and individuals donated prizes, and all raffle ticket purchases supported the club’s programs and services. For more information about the Boys & Girls Club of Jasper County, please visit http://www.
HORIZONS SAVANNAH HOSTS GRAB A BAG FOR KIDS
LOW COUNTRY DERMATOLOGY HOSTS OPEN HOUSE TO BENEFIT CIS KIDS’ CLOSET
HOSPICE SAVANNAH HOSTS 27TH ANNUAL TREE OF LIGHT GATHERING
LDSS HOSTS POTLUCK TOMORROW
BETHESDA ACADEMY GETS NEW WEIGHT ROOM
JUNKLUGGERS SAVANNAH FOCUSES ON PHILANTHROPY
CHRIS SCHUELER PRESENTS DOCUMENTARY WRITING SEMINARS
ENMARKET HOCKEY CLASSIC SCHEDULED FOR JAN. 18-19
UNITED WAY RECEIVES $2 MILLION FROM GULFSTREAM
SAVANNAH SCORE PRESENTS “SHOULD I INVEST IN A FRANCHISE?”
BANDS IN THE BALLPARK RESCHEDULED FOR NOV. 29
RON STEPHENS VISITS MATTHEW REARDON CENTER FOR AUTISM
(SAVANNAH, GA) State Representative Ron Stephens was at the Matthew Reardon Center on last week for the announcement that he is the recipient of the prestigious Marie McGaughey Childhood Philanthropy Award due to his long history serving as a powerful champion for Georgia’s children, particularly those with developmental disabilities like Autism. To see photos from the Matthew Reardon Center’s open house and award announcement, please visit https://www.savannahnow.
(JASPER COUNTY, S.C.) Peacock Automotive is pleased to announce the addition of retail automotive executive Mark Ventrillo as its new fixed operations director. Ventrillo’s responsibilities include the development of all of Peacock Automotive’s parts and service departments along with increasing the company’s revenue and productivity. For more information, visit www.peacockautomotive.
CHATHAM COUNTY 4-H RECEIVES $1,000 GRANT
(SAVANNAH, GA) Enmarket and Healthy Savannah presented a $1,000 grant to the Chatham County 4-H Youth Development program as part of the 2018 Encourage Health Education series. To see photos from the event, visit https://www.savannahnow.
SPEROS PRESENTS MONTHLY TIPS
BUDDY CARTER VISITS PARK PLACE OUTREACH
SAVANNAH’S WILL GRUVER TO REPRESENT REGION IN NATIONAL FUNDRAISING COMPETITION
PEACOCK FIAT SPONSORS HILTON HEAD ISLAND ITALIAN FESTIVAL
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12TH ANNUAL CHAMBER CUP
ENMARKET RAISES ALMOST $130K FOR LLS
(SAVANNAH, GA) Due to the outpouring of community support, Enmarket is pleased to announce that the company has raised $128,240.88 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Light the Night Walk. Since the company started this annual fundraiser in 2013, Enmarket has raised a total of $481,744.75 for LLS. For more information, please visit www.lightthenight.org/ga
SUSAN SPEROS TALKS TECH TRENDS