The Charleston chapter of the American Marketing Association has announced its board of directors for 2014-15: Holly A. Fisher of HAF Creative is president; Andrew Barton of Andrew Barton Design is president-elect; Nina Rose of Trident United Way is secretary; Stephanie Spinucci of Johnson & Lanning CPAs is treasurer; Cindy Newman of Lowcountry Media Solutions is director of programming; Brooke Casey of BenefitFocus is director of community outreach; Ted deLoach of Crowson Stone is director of sponsorship; Ronii Bartles of Bartles & Associates is director of marketing/ communications; Don Oswalt of Nelson Printing is director of membership; and Whittney Prasek of Holy City Hospitality is director of special events,
Gerry Schauer and Jeremy Willits of Avison Young represented the landlord in leasing office space at 728 Shelmore Blvd., Mount Pleasant, to Premier Coastal Properties.
Charleston attorney Alex B. Cash of Rosen Hagood. has been eleced vice president of the S.C. Association for Justice.
Chad Yonce of Southeastern Management Group represented the tenant, E-Cig South LLC, in leasing 1,626 square feet of retail space at Tail Race Crossing Shopping Center in Moncks Corner. The landlord was represented by Conner Altenhoff of Reliance Realty Advisors.
Ed Kercher of Cushman & Wakefield|Thalhimer handled negotiations in the expanded lease of 6,021 square feet of office space at 4401 Belle Oaks Drive, North Charleston, to Beazer Homes.
Impact Creative Arts Academy has opened at 100 Old Trolley Road, Summerville.
Thomas G. Buist Jr. of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in leasing a 10,000-square-foot industrial space at 7289 Spa Road, North Charleston. Luke Denny with Fischer & Co. represented the tenant, BeavEx.
Corporate Cycle Consulting LLC has relocated to 3614 Ashley Phosphate Road, Suite F, North Charleston. Dr. Sonja Ogletree Satani is president and CEO.
Chip Shealy and Chris Tamsberg of CBRE represented the landlord in leasing 7,169 square feet of office space at 3955 Faber Place. Louis Griffith of Joe Griffith Inc. represented the tenant, Consumers Choice Health Insurance Co.
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