Monday, September 30, 2013
Imaging Specialists has announced that Dr. Brian Burke and Dr. Matthew Dunn have joined the diagnostic imaging center.
Brian Burke, MD, specializes in cross-sectional imaging. Dr. Burke graduated from Duke University in 1991 and earned his MD from University of Kentucky’s College of Medicine in 1995. He completed his Internal Medicine internship at Kaiser Foundation in San Francisco and his residency at the University of California San Francisco in 2000, where he served as chief resident. Dr. Burke completed his fellowship in Cross Sectional Imaging in 2001 at San Francisco General Hospital.
Matthew Dunn, MD specializes in vascular and interventional radiology. Dr. Dunn graduated from James Madison University in 2003 and received his MD from Jefferson Medical College in 2007. He completed his residency at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Pennsylvania where he served as chief resident before completing his fellowship in 2013 in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Yale’s New Haven Hospital.
Imaging Specialists is the only full-service, freestanding medical imaging facility in greater Charleston area. They provide digital x-rays, digital mammography, 3T-MRIs, ultrasounds, x-rays and bone density screenings.
Call 843-881-4020 or go to www.imagingsc.com to schedule an online appointment.
Unique And Handmade in Mount Pleasant (www.uniqueandhandmade.com) offers handmade items created by Tina Arnoldi, a local artist, skilled in working with polymer clay. Polymer clay often resembles glass or marble when the product is finished and the items are unpainted, displaying the natural color of clay. At the online store, beautiful wine glasses creatively designed by the artist are available in addition to jewelry items.
Arnoldi not only sells online but also has pieces available for resale on consignment to stores in the Charleston area. She offers classes in local shops and as private parties in Mount Pleasant homes.
To make a purchase, inquire about reselling or register for a class, please visit www.uniqueandhandmade.com.
Jon Guerry Taylor and Assoc.
Jon Guerry Taylor and Associates (JGT) has been selected to update the Southern Forest Products Association’s (SFPA) marine design brochure “Aquatic and Wetland Structures.” Originally published as “Marine Structures, Recommendations for Design and Construction,” the brochure has become a valuable asset to engineers, designers, contractors and timber industry groups. It will incorporate updated information reflective of the timber industry as well as new approaches to marine and other aquatic structures.
JGT was involved in the development of the original brochure that has been republished on several occasions in the past 15 years. It has also been translated into Spanish and has been included in seminars across the USA and Mexico.
JGT is a civil engineering firm specializing in the planning, permitting and engineering design of waterfront and marine projects. The firm is locally owned and was founded in 1984.
Two real estate veterans and a rookie agent have come on board with Carolina One Real Estate, east of the Cooper. Eddie Pate and Cheryl Boyle have settled on the Mount Pleasant Highway 17 North office, while Tami Jean Zerbst will work from the recently relocated Isle of Palms office.
Since 1986, Pate has worked with four of the largest home builders in the industry; Ryland Homes, Centex Corporation, D.R. Horton and most recently Beazer Homes in both Charleston and Columbia. He has held a variety of top management positions from division president and operations manager to vice president of sales and marketing. Born in North Carolina, Pate graduated from East Carolina University and later received his MBA from The Citadel. Pate was named sales manager of the year by the Charleston Home Builders Association and received numerous Prism Awards from that organization for excellence in real estate sales and marketing. Pate is married with two children and spends his free time boating and jogging.
Cheryl Boyle is a recent cum laude graduate of the College of Charleston where she majored in Economics. Relocating to Charleston from Detroit, Mich., Boyle is the owner of an internet business enterprise and also managed an Estee Lauder cosmetic business. She is married with four children and enjoys dancing and reading.
Tami Jean Zerbst is a native of Fayetteville, N.C., and a graduate of Coastal Carolina University where she earned a BS degree in Early Childhood Education. A realtor since 2007, Zerbst is an Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR) and is certified as an REO foreclosure and short sales specialist. Married with two children, Zerbst is a certified personal trainer and spin instructor.
Visit the Carolina One website at www.carolinaone.com.
Scout Boats delivered four Scout 210 Dorado models to Palmetto Bluff, the award-winning 20,000 acre nature preserve and resort community in southeastern South Carolina.
Palmetto Bluff’s dry stack marina, Wilson Landing is located on the May River and provides quick access to the Lowcountry waterways. The dry storage facility has 80 racks accommodating boats up to 36-feet, a dock with six platform lifts over the water, an outfitters center and the Boat Club rental program of which Scout models are now a part.
For more information on Scout, visit www.scoutboats.com; or contact Mark Jerkins at Shane Harvey Brand Management, email: Mark@shaneharveybranding.com; phone: 407-377-4444. For more information on Palmetto Bluff, visit www.palmettobluff.com.
RE/MAX agents led the 2013 list of the top 1,000 real estate sales professionals in the U.S. as measured by the number of properties sold per agent.
Published by The Wall Street Journal and REAL Trends, “The Thousand” ranked the top 250 agents and top 250 teams for transaction sides and sales volume. When the 500 transaction standings are combined, RE/MAX agents hold 98 places. That’s one out of five – and more than any other real estate brand in the report, which ranks participating agents based on 2012 production.
Forty-three RE/MAX agents were ranked among the Top 250 individuals for most transaction sides. The Wertan Team ranked 230 on the Top 250 teams list.
The Wertan Team has more than 10 years experience in the greater Charleston real estate market, and has closed over 900 homes.
For more information about David Wertan and the Wertan Team, please call: (843) 330-2500 or visit http://www.davidwertan.com/Charleston-Real-Estate-Team
On a stick
The Cake Pop Shop of Charleston was born days after Carolyn Holst’s youngest son, Nicholas, turned 1 year old. Carolyn made cake pops for Nicholas’s birthday party, and the feedback she received from party guests was overwhelming. After a short conversation with her husband, the decision was made for her to start the Cake Pop Shop of Charleston.
In addition to being the owner and operator of the Cake Pop Shop of Charleston, Holst is a stay-at-home Mom where she gets to spend her days with sons, Joey and Nick. She opened the business on Jan. 13 by way of creating a Facebook page and received her very first order within hours. Since then, she has hand-crafted thousands of cake pops ranging from her classic cake pops, to movie characters.
To make it easier for her customers, Carolyn offers a variety of ways to display cake pops. Mason jars, buckets and customized billiard tables will enhance any gathering. Cake pops can be used for more than just dessert. Party favors and bride/groom themed place cards at weddings, are just some of the ways guests and customers, can enjoy cake pops. Some of her customer’s favorite cake flavors are dark chocolate, lemon and red velvet.
To find out more information or to place an order, please contact Carolyn Holst at 843-810-3406 or visit www.thecakepopshopofcharleston.com
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