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to all of our
2013 PALMY
Advertising
award winners!
For Best Overall
Daily Newspaper
Advertising
President’s AwardPresident’s Award
Herald-JournalHerald-Journal
President’s AwardPresident’s Award
Greenville
Journal
Greenville
Journal
For Best Overall
Weekly Newspaper
Advertising
Best of Show
Under 7,500 Division
Best of Show
Under 7,500 Division
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Reese’s Plants
...
Best of Show
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Best of Show
7,500 - 12,000 Division
The Island News
Jennifer Walker
and
Lowcountry O...
Best of Show
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Best of Show
12,001 - 35,000 Division
SummervilleJournalScene
SarahWiggins&AshleeKos...
Best of Show
Over 35,000 Division
Best of Show
Over 35,000 Division
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs and The Houseplant
Judge...
Professional Services
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Custom Creative Photos
Judge...
Professional Services
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Pope Funeral Home
Professional Services
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Custom Creative Photos
Professional Services
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
Index-Journal
Bonner Hozey
and
Inn on the Square
Judges’ Comment...
Professional Services
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
and
McLean Fu...
Professional Services
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
Index-Journal
Bonner Hozey
and
Big Mac Tires
Sunday, January 20,...
Professional Services
12,001 - 35,000 Division
First Place
The Summerville Journal Scene
Ashley McGee and Melinda Carlos
a...
Professional Services
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Second Place
Herald-Journal
Taylor Brown and Donna Brown
and
Eggers Funeral...
Professional Services
Over 35,000 Division
First Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Bank Greenville
Judges’ Comments:...
Professional Services
Over 35,000 Division
Second Place
The Post and Courier
Mark Shelton and Rob Combs
and
Two Ladies and...
Professional Services
Over 35,000 Division
Third Place
The Post and Courier
Becky Godwin and Melinda Carlos
and
Pest Buste...
Pet Services
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Carolina Gateway
Linda O’Neil and
Athena Redmon...
Pet Services
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
The Island News
Jennifer Walker
and
Sea Island...
Pet Services
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Companio...
Pet Services
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000
Divisions Combined
First Place
The Post and Courier
Callie Smith and
Amber Nu...
Pet Services
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000
Divisions Combined
Second Place
The Post and Courier
Callie Smith and
Amber N...
Pet Services
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
The Herald
Tricia Kimbrell and
Rachel Murray
a...
Real Estate
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Lake Wylie Pilot
Sue Inzerillo and Wendi Samples...
Real Estate
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000
Divisions Combined
Second Place
Lake Wylie Pilot
Wendi Samples and
Rachel Murra...
Real Estate
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000
Divisions Combined
Third Place
Carolina Gateway
Linda O’Neil and Vicki Jenkins
...
Real Estate
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
The Cliffs
Co...
Real Estate
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
The Summerville Journal Scene
Ashlee McGee and...
Real Estate
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Fairview Buil...
Home and Garden Furnishings
Under7,500Division
First Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Reese’s Plants
Judges’ C...
Home and Garden
Furnishings
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
The Cherokee Chronicle
Staff
and
Cherokee Small Engine
Home and Garden Furnishings
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
Pickens County Courier
Emily Wright
and
Buddy’s Chainsaw
Get ...
Home and Garden Furnishings
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
Index-Journal
Bonner Hozey
and
Greenwood Equipment
& Repai...
Home and Garden Furnishings
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
Index-Journal
Bonner Hozey
and
Southern Cultured Marble
“...
Home and Garden Furnishings
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
Index-Journal
Deana VanDyke
and
Steifle’s Appliance
Wednes...
Home and Garden Furnishings
12,001 - 35,000 Division
First Place
The Herald
Caroline Wells and Rachel Murray
and
Farmers E...
Home and Garden Furnishings
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Second Place
The Herald
Tricia Kimbrell and
Rachel Murray
and
Wilson’...
Home and Garden
Furnishings
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Third Place
Fort Mill Times
Donna Pontus and Rachel Murray
and
Stacy’s
Home and Garden Furnishings
Over 35,000 Division
First Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
4 Rooms
Judges’ Comments: C...
Home and Garden Furnishings
Over 35,000 Division
Second Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Vintage Made
Modern
1322 E...
Home and Garden Furnishings
Over 35,000 Division
Third Place
The Post and Courier
Ashlee Kositz and Teresa Rivera
and
ABC ...
Furniture or Office Furnishings
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Daniel Island News
Trudy Hic...
Furniture or Office Furnishings
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
Honorable Mention
Lake Wylie Pilot
Wendi...
Furniture or Office Furnishings
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
The Lancaster News
Leigh Su...
Furniture or Office Furnishings
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
The Lancaster News
Leigh Sul...
Furniture or Office Furnishings
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Desig...
Furniture or Office Furnishings
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
The Sumter Item
Mark Pekur...
Furniture or Office Furnishings
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
The Sumter Item
Mark Pekuri...
Outdoors/Recreation
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Index-Journal
Bonner Hozey
and
Hunter’s ...
Outdoors/Recreation
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
Index-Journal
Bonner Hozey
and
Greenwoo...
Outdoors/Recreation
Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
Pickens County Courier
Emily Wright
and
...
Outdoors/Recreation
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
The Post and Courier
Carol Meyers and A...
Outdoors/Recreation
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
Charleston City Paper
Sarah Minotti an...
Outdoors/Recreation
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
The Sumter Item
Mark Pekuri and
Cary Ho...
Automotive - Less than 1/2 Page
Open Division
First Place
Herald-Journal
Taylor Brown and Aaron Henderson
and
Carolina Aut...
Automotive - Less than 1/2 Page
Open Division
Second Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
and
Man of Go...
Automotive - Less than 1/2 Page
Open Division
Third Place
The Dillon Herald
Johnnie Daniels and
Chris Chestnut
and
Dillon ...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
Pickens County Courier
Emily Wright
and
Benson Ford
Judg...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Wilson
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
The Cherokee Chronicle
Staff
and
Patriot Auto
said. “I’m...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
Index-Journal
Deana VanDyke
and
Sitton Buick GMC
Judg...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
Carolina Gateway
Linda O’Neil and
Athena Redmond
and...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
Carolina Gateway
Linda O’Neil and
Athena Redmond
and
...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Desi...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Des...
Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
Herald-Journal
John Napoli...
Fashion
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
Daniel Island News
Ronda Schilling and Jan Marvin
and
The Trunk Show
Judges’ Comm...
Fashion
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
Pageland Progressive Journal
Donna Stokes and Vicki Jenkins
and
Melon Beach
Fashion
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
Pickens County Courier
Emily Wright
and
Robinson’s Dept. Store
Fashion
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
The Island News
Jennifer Walker
and
Carolina Closet Too
Judges’ Comments: Effe...
Fashion
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
The Link
Ashley Hatcher
and
Pee Dee Outfitters
Fashion
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
and
Anna Laura’s Boutique
Fashion
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Herald-Journal
Jay Stafford and Aaron Henderson
and...
Fashion
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Traveling Chic
B...
Fashion
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Rush Wilson, Ltd....
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
Pickens County Courier
Emily Wright
and
T.C. Bearies
Jud...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
Daniel Island News
Ronda Schilling and Jan Marvin
and
W...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
Pageland Progressive Journal
Donna Stokes and Vicki Jenk...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
and...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
an...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
The Link
Ashley Hatcher
and
Sunshine Shoppe
Thrift & ...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
12,001 - 35,000 Division
First Place
Herald-Journal
Mark West and Gentry Lewis
and
Rufus ...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Second Place
Herald-Journal
Aaron Henderson and Rita Eubanks
and...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Third Place
The Sumter Item
Mark Pekuri and Cary Howard
and
Sumt...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
Over 35,000 Division
First Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
The Houseplant
Judges’...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
Over 35,000 Division
Second Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Pink Monogram
The Pin...
Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops
Over 35,000 Division
Third Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Hale’s Jewelers
532 Ha...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
Judges’ Comments: Nic...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Ridgeway
Merchan...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
Merchant Group or Signature Page
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
The Lancaster News
Staff
Judges’Comments:Illustration...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
The Lancaster News
Staff
Page 6A | Wednesday, Octobe...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
The Island News
Hope Falls
and
Terra Cotta & Others
Merchant Group or Signature Page
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Honorable
Mention
Lake Wylie Pilot
Wendi Samples and
Rachel Murra...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
The Summerville Journal Sc...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
The Post and Courier
Deb ...
Merchant Group or Signature Page
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Desi...
Drug, Beverage, Specialty Food or Grocery Ad
Open Division
First Place
Herald-Journal
Mark West and Aaron Henderson
and
Ol...
Drug, Beverage, Specialty Food or Grocery Ad
Open Division
Second Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Charleston Cooks
Drug, Beverage, Specialty Food or Grocery Ad
Open Division
Third Place
Greenville Journal
CJ Designs
and
Liquid Catering
1...
Restaurants/Nightlife
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
Daniel Island News
Ronda Schilling and Jan Marvin
and
Dragon Palace...
Restaurants/Nightlife
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Beef O’Brady’s
Restaurants/Nightlife
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
Pageland Progressive Journal
Donna Stokes and
Athena Redmond
and
Ke...
Restaurants/Nightlife
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
and
Subway
Jud...
Restaurants/Nightlife
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
and
Subway
Restaurants/Nightlife
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
The Link
Ashley Hatcher
and
Fatz
973 Chesterfield Highway, Cheraw...
Restaurants/Nightlife
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
Herald-Journal
Hailey Dill and Lee Fo...
Restaurants/Nightlife
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
Herald-Journal
Hailey Dill and
Aaron...
Restaurants/Nightlife
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
The Herald
Donna Pontus and Rachel Mu...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Cotton Yard Market &...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
News and Press
Duane Childers
and
Taste of Darlington
Find...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
News and Press
Duane Childers
and
RenoFest Bluegrass Festiv...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
The Link
Ashley Hatcher
and
Town of Chesterfield
Judges’...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
Index-Journal
Mundy Price
8B Index-Journal, Greenwood, ...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
Index-Journal
Deana VanDyke
and
Rotary Club
oyster roast...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
First Place
The Summerville Journal Scene...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Honorable Mention
Moultrie News
Shannon M...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Second Place
Charleston City Paper
Sarah ...
Events/Cultural Entertainment
12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined
Third Place
The Sumter Item
BobbyTouchber...
Health Services
Under 7,500 Division
First Place
The Independent Voice
Ashley Ghere
and
Plaxico
Judges’ Comments: The art ...
Health Services
Under 7,500 Division
Second Place
Myrtle Beach Herald
Patti Driggers
and
The Vein Center
For‘Dear Santa’
Health Services
Under 7,500 Division
Third Place
Pickens County Courier
Emily Wright
and
The Foothills
Retirement Community
Health Services
7,500 - 12,000 Division
First Place
The Island News
Jennifer Walker
and
Lowcountry Oncology
Judges’ Commen...
Health Services
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Second Place
The Lancaster News
Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins
and
Gregory Health ...
Health Services
7,500 - 12,000 Division
Third Place
Carolina Gateway
Linda O’Neil and
Vicki Jenkins
and
Carolina Vision
Health Services
12,001 - 35,000 Division
First Place
Herald-Journal
Amanda Conley and Donna Brown
and
DeVore Dermatology
J...
Health Services
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Second Place
Fort Mill Times
Sherry Avant
and
Biehl Dentistry
Health Services
12,001 - 35,000 Division
Third Place
Herald-Journal
Kathy Biltoft and
Aaron Henderson
and
Anytime Fitness
...
Health Services
Over 35,000 Division
First Place
The Post and Courier
Rob Combs
and
Kidz Planet Pediatric
Dentistry
Judges...
Health Services
Over 35,000 Division
Second Place
The Post and Courier
Sarah Wiggins and Ashlee Kositz
and
Guerin’s Pharma...
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2013 PALMY Ad Contest Winners

  1. 1. Congratulations!Congratulations! to all of our 2013 PALMY Advertising award winners!
  2. 2. For Best Overall Daily Newspaper Advertising President’s AwardPresident’s Award Herald-JournalHerald-Journal
  3. 3. President’s AwardPresident’s Award Greenville Journal Greenville Journal For Best Overall Weekly Newspaper Advertising
  4. 4. Best of Show Under 7,500 Division Best of Show Under 7,500 Division The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Reese’s Plants Judges’Comments: Catchy headlline, great color and photo. The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Reese’s Plants Judges’Comments: Catchy headlline, great color and photo.
  5. 5. Best of Show 7,500 - 12,000 Division Best of Show 7,500 - 12,000 Division The Island News Jennifer Walker and Lowcountry Oncology Judges’Comments: The message has impact. The image and colors fit with the message. Very clean and open. The Island News Jennifer Walker and Lowcountry Oncology Judges’Comments: The message has impact. The image and colors fit with the message. Very clean and open.
  6. 6. Best of Show 12,001 - 35,000 Division Best of Show 12,001 - 35,000 Division SummervilleJournalScene SarahWiggins&AshleeKositz and Summerville Orchestra Judges’Comments: Unique, trendy art selection. Really stands out on the page. SummervilleJournalScene SarahWiggins&AshleeKositz and Summerville Orchestra Judges’Comments: Unique, trendy art selection. Really stands out on the page.
  7. 7. Best of Show Over 35,000 Division Best of Show Over 35,000 Division Greenville Journal CJ Designs and The Houseplant Judges’Comments: Great photo. Unique concept. Very artistic. Greenville Journal CJ Designs and The Houseplant Judges’Comments: Great photo. Unique concept. Very artistic. The Houseplant The Art of the Garden 1322 E. Washington St., Greenville, South Carolina | 864.242.1589 | thehouseplantsc.com Custom designed arrangements, unique accessories, rare plants & gifts
  8. 8. Professional Services Under 7,500 Division First Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Custom Creative Photos Judges’ Comments: Clear winner, great color and art.
  9. 9. Professional Services Under 7,500 Division Second Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Pope Funeral Home
  10. 10. Professional Services Under 7,500 Division Third Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Custom Creative Photos
  11. 11. Professional Services 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place Index-Journal Bonner Hozey and Inn on the Square Judges’ Comments: Bold color. Sophisticated looking. Clean and easy to read.
  12. 12. Professional Services 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and McLean Funeral Directors
  13. 13. Professional Services 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place Index-Journal Bonner Hozey and Big Mac Tires Sunday, January 20, 2013Reader’s ChoiceThe Index-Journal, Greenwood, S.C. READERS CHOICE AWARDS 1 PLACE st 2013 Thank You Greenwood! BIG MAC’S TIRE STORELocally Owned for 40 Years by Bob & Susan McLaughlin We Appreciate Your Support #1 Tire Store Hampton Shopping Plaza • 223-8548 Mon-Fri 8am-6pm • Sat 8am-1pm • Closed Sunday Still rolling after 40 Years! Hampton Shopping Plaza • 223-8548 Mon-Fri 8am-6pm • Sat 8am-1pm • Closed Sunday 32114 1151 South Main St, Greenwood Large brick house across from Price Wise Grocery Wed. - Sat. 10-5 Phone: 943-1234 www.theragpickergwd.com It’s a Major Award! Miss Olive Emerson: id anyone really doubt I was number one? Thank You Lakelands 32117 READERS CHOICE AWARDS 1 PLACE st 2013 We are very grateful for your support!
  14. 14. Professional Services 12,001 - 35,000 Division First Place The Summerville Journal Scene Ashley McGee and Melinda Carlos and Sunset Finance Judges’ Comments: Clean design. The money Christmas tree graphic is clever. Good use of color and gradients without overdoing it. CALL 843-871-9850 10050 Dorchester Rd. Suite 107 | Summerville next to Abbie’s Bakery Sunset Finance Can Help! APPLY FOR A LOAN TODAY!* *Refund Anticipation Loans available in January with W2 Strapped for Cash this Holiday Season? SJ05-1072670
  15. 15. Professional Services 12,001 - 35,000 Division Second Place Herald-Journal Taylor Brown and Donna Brown and Eggers Funeral Home “For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given … His name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” ~Isaiah 9:6-7 from the Eggers Family and Staff! We hope this Christmas brings much peace and joy to you and your loved ones. May we always remember the true reason for the season! 195 Rainbow Lake Road, Boiling Springs | (864) 578-3838 815 South Alabama Avenue, Chesnee | (864) 461-2277 www.eggersfuneralhome.com from the Eggers Family and Staff! Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office Drayton man charged with criminal sexual conduct with a minor A Drayton man has been charged with second- degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor age 11 to 14, according to an incident report. Christopher Earl Sanders, 29, of 114 River St., is accused of having sexual intercourse with a 12-year-old on two separate occasions between Nov. 1 and Dec. 6, according to an arrest warrant. The 12-year-old’s mother told the sheriff’s office she noticed unusual text messages between her daughter and Sanders. The incident report states that Sanders admitted to having sexual intercourse with the 12-year-old at his house and admit- ted he knew her age. Sanders remained at the Spartanburg County Deten- tion Center on $20,000 bond Tuesday afternoon. ◆ Five catalytic converters were stolen from a used car dealership on Highway 101 in Greer. According to an incident report, a deputy responded to All Right Auto Sales at 1973 Highway 101 South on Monday and found that the catalytic converters, valued at $650 each, were cut off from five parked vehicles. The thefts are believed to have occurred sometime between Saturday afternoon and Monday morning, according to the report. The vehicles targeted were a 2000 Ford Explorer, a 2000 Honda Accord, a 2003 Honda Odyssey, a 2001 Honda Accord and a 2004 Toyota Sequoia. No suspects were listed on the report. Sanders Charleston is struggling to meet a previously set target of three jets a month. It has delivered just 12 planes so farthisyear,comparedwith 47 for the two 787 assembly lines in Everett. Still, North Charles- ton Mayor Keith Summey believes his city and Boe- ing will prosper in tandem, noting South Carolina’s hospitable business cul- ture. Summey said he does not know if Boeing will make good on its threat to take the 777X project out of the Puget Sound area after being rebuffed by the Machinists. But he does not blame the company for looking elsewhere. “Boeing’s first respon- sibility is to the sharehold- ers,” Summey said. “The loyalty factor is a two-way street.” more than a dollar each year. But after six years, the contract pay scale — which skews in favor of seniority — jumps to $36.89 an hour. North Charleston work- ers join and integrate the Dreamliner’s rear and middle fuselage. The com- pleted body sections are moved one building over to the North Charleston final- assembly line or flown to Everett. Boeing recently broke ground on a plant to design and assemble engine inlets for the 737 MAX that will be built in Renton. Nearby, in the Palmetto Commerce Park, Boeing has an interi- ors center to make bins and other cabin parts for the 787. Next year, Boeing will build an on-site paint facil- ity so finished Dreamlin- ers won’t need to be flown to Fort Worth, Texas, for a final coat before deliv- the docks on the Cooper River. Last Friday, a long- sought acquisition of 267 acres of land surrounding the current 787 campus was sealed. Palmetto Railways, an arm of the South Caro- lina Commerce Depart- ment, bought it from the local airport authority for $13.8 million for Boeing’s use. The state also tapped public bonds to acquire two patches of private land totaling 201 acres for long- term lease to Boeing. The company will get a purchase option on the combined 468 acres in 2027, which would triple its current footprint. Should it need more room, the air- port authority has 488 more acres nearby. In all, Boeing could gain access to more than 1,200 acres. What the jet-maker has planned for all that dirt, it won’t say. BOEING From page C1 A worker at the Dreamliner plant in North Charleston sands a section of the airplane. Boeing’s workforce at the site has grown to 6,000 and is expected to continue to increase. MIKE SIEGEL/SEATTLE TIMES/MCT circulation department will open from 6-8 a.m. today. There will be no redeliveries today. Regular business hours will resume Thursday. ◆ Spartanburg City offices will be closed today. Spartanburg County offices will be closed today and Thursday. Sheriff’s office: Suspect pointed gun at deputy Colleton County sher- iff’s officials say a 17-year- old shot and wounded by a deputy had pointed a gun at the officer. Officials say the deputy had tried to pull over the teen shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday for making an improper turn. A sheriff’s report says the driver did not stop and the deputy chased him. Officials say Kareem T. Risher of Smoaks pointed a gun at the deputy after stopping and running from the car. The deputy fired three times, hitting Risher in the buttocks. He was taken to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charles- ton for treatment. He was listed in stable condition. The deputy has been suspended while the State Law Enforcement Division investigates the shooting. Intruder killed; homeowner shot AndersonCountyauthor- ities say a home invasion near Piedmont has left the intruder dead and the hom- eowner injured. Coroner Greg Shore said a 39-year-old Williamston man was dead on arrival at Greenville Memorial Hos- pital from a gunshot wound to the chest Monday night. Sheriff’s Lt. Sheila Cole said a 78-year-old hom- eowner was shot in the stomach. He was in serious condition following surgery at the hospital. The man’s wife was at home and was not injured. From wire reports
  16. 16. Professional Services Over 35,000 Division First Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Bank Greenville Judges’ Comments: Catchy headline works with art and builds credibility. Growing Greenville 864.335.2200 • BankGreenville.com • 499 Woodruff Road (Located at the corner of Woodruff Road and Rocky Slope Road) Some banks may have more branches… but, we have more roots. If your bank doesn’t work as hard for your money, as you worked to get it... you should think twice. Whether you are just getting started or already established in the Greenville community, we’re committed to helping your business grow. We’ll get to know you and your business before customizing banking solutions to suit your unique needs. Let’s partner for your business success. K13A
  17. 17. Professional Services Over 35,000 Division Second Place The Post and Courier Mark Shelton and Rob Combs and Two Ladies and a Mop We Don’t Cut Corners, We Clean Them!We DDDDDDDDDDDDDon’t Cut Gift Certificates Available for the Holidays MMMakkka eekek ssese AAA Great Stocking Stuffer! ••• Residential ••• Commercial ••• New Construction • One time, Weekly, Bi-Weekly or Monthly Cleaning • Detailed Cleaning ooor Deep Cleaning 843.486.6793 twoladiesandamop.net We now accept Two Ladies and a MopLLLicensed, Bonded and Insured • 20 Years Experience Please visit our website to see all of our services! Them! ble 15% offyour first cleaning when maintaining scheduled service No contract requireddd
  18. 18. Professional Services Over 35,000 Division Third Place The Post and Courier Becky Godwin and Melinda Carlos and Pest Busters ���� ������� We install Moisture Barriers and Crawl Space Encapsulations. Excessive Moisture contributes to Fungus, Mold, Wood Rot & Termites. We also treat for roaches, ants, fleas and rodents. Call 214-3238 for your FREE Inspections! FREE Termite Inspection Who you gonna call… R61-981017
  19. 19. Pet Services Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined First Place Carolina Gateway Linda O’Neil and Athena Redmond and Palmetto Kennels Judges’ Comments: Informative/tells you what you need. Fun color combination.
  20. 20. Pet Services Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Second Place The Island News Jennifer Walker and Sea Island Animal Hospital A Healthy, Happy Pet starts with a Plan! Ask us how our Pet Annual Wellness Plans (PAW Plans) can provide you with pro- active care for your dog or cat! Sign-up for a dog or cat wellness plan can save you up to 50% OFF on preventive services including wellness exams, vaccinations, screenings and blood tests. Feline Plans starting at ONLY $19.95/monthly! Canine Plans starting at ONLY $20.95/monthly!
  21. 21. Pet Services Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Third Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Companion Animal Hospital
  22. 22. Pet Services 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place The Post and Courier Callie Smith and Amber Nungesser and Charleston Animal Society Judges’ Comments: A powerful ad. Good artwork. Headline works directly. The message is straightforward and has a call to action. Help! R80-991637 Remount Rd. S.Avia tion Ave. Core Ave. Exit 211A I-26 Exit211B W. Aviation Ave. Charleston Animal Society CRISIS SITUATION. 800 Animals need homes Please make room for one more. If you can’t adopt, please donate towards their care. FREE ADOPTIONS Wed. June 26th-Sunday June 30th Hundreds of adorable kittens are available along with other animals. Special Extended hours from 10am-7pm 2455 Remount Road, North Charleston CharlestonAnimalSociety.org Free gift cards for the first 50 adoptions
  23. 23. Pet Services 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place The Post and Courier Callie Smith and Amber Nungesser and Charleston Animal Society R80-1082847 Hundreds of animals need your help now! Please make your end-of-year gift today. Thanks to you, Charleston Animal Society touches the lives of over 20,000 animals each year, more than double all other animal organizations in Charleston County combined! South Carolina’s Most Honored Charity and Largest Animal Rescue Organization January Rescue of the Month Macy arrived at the Animal Society with severe burns on her back legs from the knees down. She lost nearly all of the skin on her legs. After we performed 15 surgeries to repair her legs and two skin grafts along with additional procedures, Macy recovered and became quite the diva. She was then adopted by a loving family and given a second chance at life. July Rescue of the Month Miss Margaret entered our doors with a severely wounded eye. Our surgeons were able to remove her eye and stop her suffering. Today, she can be found backstage with her daddy during rehearsals of ballets, concerts and international productions! Every July, Miss Margaret arrives in her daddy’s backpack bearing sweet treats for Charleston Animal Society staff and volunteers. April Rescue of the Month Nell, an adorable kitten, was rescued on the Ravenel Bridge! Brought to the Animal Society by rescue personnel, Nell suffered from a broken leg. Our veterinarians repaired her and she spent a number of weeks healing in foster care. Nell came out of foster care with flying colors and was adopted immediately. October Rescue of the Month This tiny 8-week old kitten came to us with a severely injured and open fractured front paw. After emergency surgery and intensive recovery in foster care, this little one is making incredible progress towards a full recovery. She was even featured in a local book and is an inspiration for the thousands of animals who are saved through the Animal Society’s foster family network. August Rescue of the Month Assumed dead, Charlie Brown was starving, missing hair over most of his body and suffering from an apparent gunshot wound when he was rushed to us by a Good Samaritan. After extensive treatment for his severe infections and starvation, Charlie Brown recovered and was found a loving home by his foster mom. February Rescue of the Month Izzy came to us with compound fractures in her right rear leg. Her injuries were so severe, she was sent to an orthopedic specialist for corrective surgery. After more than three months of recovery, Izzy was ready for adoption. She now lives in a home by the marsh with her human family and her canine brother Monty. May Rescue of the Month Tiny Hearts Kitten Safety Net Program Over 3,000 un-weened kittens and puppies (mostly kittens) arrived at our animal care facility last year. Too young and sometimes too sick to go up for adoption, these young animals require intense attention and medication to help them survive. Foster homes are the lifeblood of our shelter and have helped us to save more lives than ever before in our history. November Rescue of the Month Honey Bee was nearly dead when she was brought to us. Attacked by another dog, she was in shock and extreme pain. A life-threatening infection had set into her wounds. This adorable puppy underwent several surgeries and honey was used to help heal her wounds, inspiring her name. Honey Bee eventually recovered and couldn’t have asked for more love from her new family. March Rescue of the Month An elderly woman and her daughter were making their yearly trek to Florida with their three cats when they lost control of their vehicle leading to a serious accident. They found two of their beloved cats but Spencer was nowhere to be found. After weeks of looking they gave up hope and returned home. Spencer was later found dehydrated and starved, then rushed to us. After rendering emergency care, our staff found his family and reunited them. September Rescue of the Month Muddy Waters was found suffering and stuck in pluff mud. His matted hair was the worst our veterinarians and staff had ever seen. After nearly three hours of grooming, under sedation, he transformed back into a beautiful poodle and underwent rehabilitation and treatment for skin issues. He is now the cock of the walk in his new home. June Rescue of the Month Polly Pocket was hit by a car and rushed to the Animal Society. Her eye was lost and she suffered from neurological damage which adversely impacted her balance. After surgery on her eye and weeks of treatment and recovery, she became the perfect companion for a new man in her life. December Rescue of the Month Penelope, a tiny Chihuahua, was found wandering down a country road. Her ear had been completely torn off and she was in severe pain. Her wounds were so infected that our veterinarians immediately performed emergency surgery. After heartworm treatment and rehabilitation, involving five surgeries and months of intensive care, Penelope is now living with two other Chihuahuas and new family. Since 1874 Leadership. Tradition. Excellence. 2455 Remount Road, North Charleston, SC 29406 843-747-4849 www.CharlestonAnimalSociety.org
  24. 24. Pet Services 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place The Herald Tricia Kimbrell and Rachel Murray and White RoseVeterinary Clinic York County’s First Choice for Pet Care! Monday - Friday 9 AM - Midnight | Sunday: Closed | Closed for lunch from 1-2 PM and dinner 8-9 PM 1420 East Alexander Love Hwy, Ste 104 (beside Animal Supply House) York, SC www.whiterosevc.com | Call 803-526-7109 Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM • Canine & Feline Immunization & Wellness Care • Dental Care • Hospice/Euthanasia • House Calls • Nutritional Counseling • Pain Management • Pharmacy • Radiology • Surgery (including Spay & Neuter) • Wellness Plans
  25. 25. Real Estate Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined First Place Lake Wylie Pilot Sue Inzerillo and Wendi Samples and McSpadden Custom Homes Judges’ Comments: Strong headline. Beautiful art. Simple message. You can’t look away. Really good ad with excellent photography. Delivering Exceptional Design/Build Services Call about our new “Signature Series” starting in the mid 300’s You CAN afford us! 548 Nautical Drive, Ste. 201 • Lake Wylie, SC 29710 • 704.825.7324 • McSpaddenHomes.com
  26. 26. Real Estate Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Second Place Lake Wylie Pilot Wendi Samples and Rachel Murray and Keller Williams MLS # 2175709, 35 New River Trace Beautiful 3800+ sq ft home on main channel of Lake Wylie, 4/3/2 open floor plan, spectacular 180 degree view. Perfect for entertaining 2 master suites on main floor, level lot. MLS #2162023, 1574 Glenway Walk to Clover H.S., 1.5 Acres, 3000 sq ft, 5 BR/3.5 BATH,Master on main, Back Stair caseto family room up. New paint, carpet, lighting fixtures. JUST REDUCED MLS #2153626, 106 Jamestown 5 br/3 bath , Outstanding 3.5 Acres, level land, fenced, 3 bay detached garage,This home has it all. FEATURED HOME HUGE MASTER SUITE! A M UST SEE! UPGRADED KITCHEN! MLS #2175539 9620 Kings Parade Blvd Absolutely pristine rare end unit in trendy Arysley! Convenient to everything. Nightlife, restaurants, shopping - it’s all within walking distance. HUGE MASTER SUITE with plantation shutters & DOUBLE WALK-IN CLOSETS! Two additional nice sized bedrooms on upper level. Two full and two half baths. BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN has upgraded cabinetry, hardwoods, stainless steel appliances & granite countertops. Dining room, living room, eat in kitchen and den on 2nd level. Main level can be used for tons of things but great for home office. DOUBLE GARAGE with rear entry and great private deck. THIS ONE HAS IT ALL! NEW PRICE! $190,000 MLS 2182408 725 Park Trail Lane Patrick’s Place Subdivision Lovely all BRICK home, open & spacious with master bed- room and guest bedroom on main. Wonderful kitchen with an island, granite,and hardwood floors on main. A huge bonus room upstairs with room to spare; plus a loft for office space. This home has great storage plus a 3 car garage. The back yard has a great fence to keep your precious pets safe too! Close to schools and shopping. Call today (803) 322-2233 MLS #2110290 2537 Beacon Crest Lovely WATERFRONT home with private setting in waterfront community. Open & spacious home with trey ceilings, lovely molding, hardwoods, granite, screened porch, hot tub and a superb deck for entertaining and enjoying views of the water. In The Landing. MLS #2171692, 3146 Clinton Dairy Road, Clover 4 BR Ranch w/ hardwood floors, gorgeous molding and trey ceilings, fantastic kitchen with 4’ x 5’ granite island, warming drawer, custom cabi- nets, split plan with large master suite and master bath, whirlpool tub/separate shower, living w/the screened porch & superb large covered porch front & back overlooking 5 gorgeous acres. MLS #2175591, 417 Rookery Drive Incredible cul-de-sac home w/ full walkout base- ment. Open floorplan w/ lots of natural light. Hard- wood floors on main. Spectacular open Kitchen w/ large bar, granite, stainless, Morning Room. Luxuri- ous Master Suite. Basement features large recre- ational space, workshop, bedroom. Private Backyard w/ deck & patio, stone wall & fabulous water feature. Full Irrig w/ rain sensor, HOA Boat Storage MLS #2175041, 8728 Island Point Road Charming waterfront home with gorgeous water views from all rooms. Large open great room, gourmet kitchen with gas range. Both Bedrooms have walk-in closets, master bath has whirlpool tub, separate shower. Covered porch, 170 feet of waterfront, de- tached garage, boat lift, dock. MLS #2179217, 8484 Catawba Cove Dr Beautiful Custom home with unbelievable deep water views that overlook the Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens. Enjoy the covered back terrace for wonderful outdoor living. Includes covered deck and boat lift. 3 BR’s on main level and 1 Bedroom plus Bonus w/ closet and Media Room on 2nd level. Elegant master suite, full gourmet kitchen with many upgrades. A paradise home for sure. Great Schools and low Gaston County taxes. Offered by Andy Reynolds 704-763-7196. www.AndyonLakeWylie.com MLS #2163384, 931 Thorn Ridge Lane Wow! Beautiful Waterfront Home in Lake Wylie family-friendly neighborhood. Brick home w/ shaker-style shingles & keystone accents in cul-de-sac. Master on main floor leads out to screened porch. Large Kitchen with granite, large work island, pantry. Bonus room,Office. Awesome NEW dock with boat lift & plenty of room to lounge by the waterside. MLS #2178125, 1028 Gardenia St Baxter Village, 2yrs young & move-in ready. Rocking chair front porch. Formals and Great Room. Kitchen w/ granite, ss appliances. 10’ ceilings and tall doors & entryways. Onsite finished hardwoods thru downstairs. Incredible price for 4beds in Baxter Village. Won’t last long! Visit BaxterVillageHomesForSale.com MLS# 2181416, 13933 Warwick Castle Way Convenient location minutes from shopping, dining, retail and 485. Townhome features double Master bedrooms, gas fireplace, desk niche, hardwood and tile floors. Refrigerator, washer/dryer remain with home. Enjoy living in great community close to everything! MLS #2166002, 812 Timber Creek Drive, York CLOVER SCHOOLS-LOW TAXES 2 acres, wooded, fenced in back yard, Formal Dining room, Great Room. Great Bonus room over garage. Workshop/ in backyard. Stainless appli- ances in Eat in Kitchen. Mud Room is stubbed out for another bathroom if buyer wanted to add. Must see this home! Great cozy home setting! MLS #2165774, 3928 Biggers Rd Custom Brick home 4.9 acres, 4 BR/ 3 Bath, Spacious kitchen, Deck, Enclosed sunroom, LR w/ Flagstone FP, Hdwd Floors, Studio apt in Walk out basement has full kitchen! rozbaileyrealestate@gmail.com MLS #2176288, 1054 Pepperwood Place, Lake Wylie “Hurry” this Immaculate sought out Brick Front Ranch w/ additional 4th bedroom/ Bonus Room & 3rd full bathroom upstairs in Award Winning Clover Schools won’t last. Great open floor plan with loads of upgrades including hardwood floors throughout, Granite counters, upgraded appliances, master bath w/ separate shower & garden tub, dual vanity, deck w-remote controlled custom awning, Irrigation! AUTUMN COVE
  27. 27. Real Estate Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Third Place Carolina Gateway Linda O’Neil and Vicki Jenkins and Keller Williams
  28. 28. Real Estate 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and The Cliffs Communities Judges’ Comments: Beautiful use of color for real estate. Great photos. 22 South Main Street | Greenville, SC 29601 | 866.411.5771 www.cliffscommunities.com
  29. 29. Real Estate 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place The Summerville Journal Scene Ashlee McGee and Melinda Carlos and Royal Oaks Apartment Homes Now Available 1150 SQ FT • 2 BEDROOMS • 2 FULL BATHS 843-832-8481 • 950 Travelers Blvd. • Summerville, SC Stainless Steel Appliances • Washer and Dryer Included Personal Florida Room • Beauty Salon Lawn Maintenance & Housekeeping Included $300 OFF For First 3 Months! Call Tiffany Bazen to tour the beautiful clubhouse and our spacious apartment homes. SJ05-1012154
  30. 30. Real Estate 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Fairview Builders 3689 S. Highway 11, Travelers Rest, SC i 864-836-1133 i www.fairviewllc.com FAIRVIEW RESIDENTIAL SERVICES MAINTAINS THE FINEST HOMES IN THE UPSTATE “My wife and I trust the professionalism of Fairview in caring for our home when we are away.” – Larry M.
  31. 31. Home and Garden Furnishings Under7,500Division First Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Reese’s Plants Judges’ Comments: Catchy headlline, great color and photo.
  32. 32. Home and Garden Furnishings Under 7,500 Division Second Place The Cherokee Chronicle Staff and Cherokee Small Engine
  33. 33. Home and Garden Furnishings Under 7,500 Division Third Place Pickens County Courier Emily Wright and Buddy’s Chainsaw Get Professional Results in Your Own Backyard. 0%financing for 48 months (w/approved credit) •Engine Manufacturer: Briggs & Stratton •Engine Name: Endurance Commercial •No turning radius by individual wheel-drive Price: $5,499.95 MOWERS STARTING AS LOW AS $2,500 Buddy’s Chain Saw Sales & Service, Inc. 878.4911 213 W. Cedar Rock Street | Pickens M,T,TH & F : 8AM - 5:30PM CLOSED WEDNESDAY SAT : 8AM - NOON
  34. 34. Home and Garden Furnishings 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place Index-Journal Bonner Hozey and Greenwood Equipment & Repair Judges’ Comments: Strongcalltoaction. Standsoutwithbenefit statement (yay!). Artwork compliments message and who can say “no” to BBQ?! in critical condition. Officials found the bombs consisted of explosives put in common 1.6-gallon pressure cookers, one containing shards of metal and ball bearings, the other packed with nails, according to a person close to the investigation who spoke on condition of anonym- ity because the probe was still going on. Both bombs were stuffed into duffel bags, the person said. At a news conference, Rich- ard DesLauriers, FBI agent in charge in Boston, confirmed investigators found pieces of black nylon from a bag or backpack and fragments of BBs and nails, possibly con- tained in a pressure cooker. He said the items were sent to the FBI for analysis at Quantico, Va. Pressure-cooker explosives have been used in interna- tional terrorism, and were recommended for lone-wolf operatives by Al-Qaida’s branch in Yemen. But infor- mation on how to make the bombs is readily found online, and U.S. officials said Americans should not rush to judgment in linking the attack to overseas terrorists. DesLauriers said there were no claim of responsi- bility for the attack, and the range of suspects and motives “remains wide open.” Throughout the day, he and other law enforcement as hearing someone express an interest in explosives or a desire to attack the mara- thon, or seeing someone car- rying a dark heavy bag at the race. Assisted Living & Alzheimer’s Care 201 Overland Drive Greenwood, SC Give Michael or Sheryl a call today at 953-2174 “Lives change because we care!” 27916 EMERALD GARDENS OF GREENWOOD PRIZEGIVEAWAYS YOU ARE INVITED OPEN HOUSE PLEASE JOIN US FROM 11AM-3PM FOR BAR-B-QUE, PORK SKINS & ALL THE FIXINS! THURSDAY APRI L 18 - ALL DAYTHURSDAY APRIL 18 - ALL DAY GREENWOOD EQUIPMENT & REPAIR 2001 HWY 72/221 EAST, GREENWOOD (864) 223-2141 Z100 Zero Turn Radius 0% FINANCING FOR UP TO 36 MONTHS ON YOUR NEW KUBOTA 37682 37866 Associated Press BOSTON — Neighbors and friends remembered 8-year- old Boston Marathon bomb- ing victim Martin Richard as a vivacious boy who loved to run, climb and play sports like soc- cer, basketball and baseball. Family friend Jack Cunning- ham spoke Tuesday of how, as a pint-sized preschooler, Mar- tin insisted on getting out of a stroller his mom was pushing during a 5K race in South Bos- ton. Once she let him out to run with the rest of the family, Mar- tin had other plans for the rainy race course. “He was just having a ball, splashing in every puddle,” Cunningham said. The boy’s father, Bill Richard, released a statement thanking family, friends and strangers for their support following his son’s death Monday. Richard’s wife, Denise, and the couple’s 6-year- old daughter, Jane, also suffered significant injuries in the blasts. “My dear son Martin has died from injuries sustained in the attack on Boston,” Richard said. “My wife and daughter are both recovering from serious injuries. We thank our family and friends, those we know and those we have never met, for their thoughts and prayers. I ask that you continue to pray for my family as we remember Martin.” Other friends remembered Martin as a happy boy who was often outside playing with his sister, older brother Henry and other neighborhood kids. The Richard family was watching Monday’s race, and hadgonetogeticecreambefore returning to the area near the finish line before the blasts. “They were looking in the crowd as the runners were coming to see if they could identify some of their friends when the bomb hit,” said U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch, a friend of the family for 25 years. He said they are a strong family and are doing better than expected, while rallying around the 6-year-old girl.
  35. 35. Home and Garden Furnishings 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place Index-Journal Bonner Hozey and Southern Cultured Marble “That was a completely dif- ferent time,” he said. “It was more kinetic, more firefights. It was just a lot more Taliban in the area, I guess you would say. So, we were in engage- ments very often. It was a lot more stressful, a lot more dif- ficult living environment last (time) compared to this year. It’s a lot easier to call on them this year.” That was two years ago, on Richards’ first mission to train soldiers in the Afghan National Army. Now, an assistant patrol leader head- ing up a team of three fellow Marines, Richards returned to Marjah last October, and said he has seen a decisive shift in the competence of the Afghan army. “The last time I was here, and they had no leadership, no structure, no type of mili- tary built up at all compared to this time, where they have that,” he said. “Now, we’re not really focused on doing any- thing on our own anymore as the Marine Corp. We’re not here running our own opera- tions. We’re here to assist the Afghan National Army to run their operations. And kind of help them build their military back up.” That’s in stark contrast to 2010, when U.S. troops and war-torn agricultural village then. On one occasion, in the midst of a firefight with enemy forces, he was unwit- tingly lying next to an explo- sive device hidden in the sand. He only became aware of the IED after a bomb-sniff- ing military dog alerted him to the danger. On that first campaign, Richards said his unit led the Afghan National Security Forces the entire time. Now the ANA carries out its own security operations, and only calls on the American forces if they need them. “They didn’t lead their own patrols, we led them,” he said. “This year, they go out on their own. ... If they do get any type of fight, they usually get themselves out of it and take care of it.” While Richards is busy goes to sleep. “You can only hope that God’s with him and watching him,” Tyler said. “But to see him be a part of that coun- try, maybe turning one of the worst areas of Afghanistan around, it makes you proud. It makes you beam with joy that your child is a part of that, and that he wanted to do that.” Tyler said she told family members, when Richards was young, that he was going to be a Marine. Then, while a student at Ninety Six High School, he came to his parents and told them he planned to sign up for the Marine Corps. “When Blake was very young, there was just some- thing very different about him,” she said. “He just had such a high moral integrity. He was a man at 5-year-old. ... discipline him for his future. “It’s great because, I mean, it’s like anything in this life- time,” he said. “If you put time and effort into it, and on the flip side you see that it has changed and you have bet- tered somebody’s life or bet- tered somebody’s situation, it’s always rewarding.” Natural Gas GREENWOOD, S.C. (864) 942-8100 www.greenwoodcpw.com Your Neighbors...Working For You. Investing In America’s Future For fast heating, cooking, hot water and many other uses, natural gas is the safe, economical, natural energy source. Contact CPW to see if you qualify for our new appliance incen- tive program. 14575 www.lakelandsfcu.org 30782 The Men of Lowell Street UMC at 300 Lowell Ave. is sponsoring a CHICKEN STEW SALESaturday, March 9th from 9:00 am until 12 noon. Cost is $8.00/quart. (864)344-5266 34841 SouthernCultured Marble Inc. SouthernCultured Marble Inc. Visit our Showroom. We are a short drive from Abbeville & Greenwood FREE Quotes Choose the color that compliments your decor from our in stock granite slabs. 1 Industrial Park Way, Ware Shoals 456-2319 www.southernculturedmarble.com 34863 Update your kitchen with Durable Granite Countertops! Granite is scratch, stain, and heat resistant
  36. 36. Home and Garden Furnishings 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place Index-Journal Deana VanDyke and Steifle’s Appliance Wednesday, December 25, 2013 The Index-Journal, Greenwood, S.C. I 3C 53066 STEIFLE’S APPLIANCEAlways free delivery • always in-house service 710 MONTAGUE AVE. • (864)229-5688 Visit us online anytime at www.steiflesappliance.com Happy Holidays Now It’s Time To Upgrade Your Kitchen COOL IS BACK The Best Prices and Best Selections. Come See Us Today
  37. 37. Home and Garden Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 Division First Place The Herald Caroline Wells and Rachel Murray and Farmers Exchange Judges’ Comments: Good headline and call to action. Copy answers the buyers’ concerns. Good overall design.
  38. 38. Home and Garden Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 Division Second Place The Herald Tricia Kimbrell and Rachel Murray and Wilson’s Nursery & Garden Center Complete One-Stop Garden Shop Trees • Shrubs • Perennials Annuals • Roses Ornamentals • Straw Fertilizer • Gift Shop And all you need to make your garden grow! OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! HOURS: Spring / Summer / Fall Mon.-Sat. 8-6 • Sun. 1-5 Winter – Jan./Feb. Mon.-Sat. 8-5 921 West Main Street Rock Hill • 803-327-6116 The Herald Reader’s Choice Awards Best of the Area Awards Voted Best 2012
  39. 39. Home and Garden Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 Division Third Place Fort Mill Times Donna Pontus and Rachel Murray and Stacy’s
  40. 40. Home and Garden Furnishings Over 35,000 Division First Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and 4 Rooms Judges’ Comments: Color use with photos is perfect. Nice use of fonts. Gives a good idea of variety of products. 864-241-0100 2222 augusta street, unit 7 4roomsgreenville.com now open mon-sat 10am-6pm; sun 1-5pm Update your home with accessories and occasional pieces from the NEWEST home store in town! 4rooms jr TownSept13.indd 1 8/9/13 2:57 PM
  41. 41. Home and Garden Furnishings Over 35,000 Division Second Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Vintage Made Modern 1322 E. Washington Street Suite C2 Greenville, SC 29607 864.385.5004 vintage-made-modern.com
  42. 42. Home and Garden Furnishings Over 35,000 Division Third Place The Post and Courier Ashlee Kositz and Teresa Rivera and ABC Awning R40-962396 Locally owned and serving lowcountry homeowners since 1946 with quality, trust, and service. AWNING & VENETIAN BLIND CORP. 858 St. Andrews Blvd., West Ashley (843) 766-6311 Spring Is Here Awnings Carports Porch Shades Storm Windows & Doors Vertical Blinds Hurricane Panels/Shutters Screens & Glass Rooms Shades Awnings Replacement Windows Skylight Shades Fencing ALL Window Treatments Replacement Screens Carports & Patio Covers Venetian Blinds Protect. Beautify. Secure. PROMPT PROFESSIONAL MEASURING & INSTALLATION www.abcawning.com SC License Contractor • Call for a FREE estimate
  43. 43. Furniture or Office Furnishings Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined First Place Daniel Island News Trudy Hicks and Jan Marvin and de Guise Interiors Judges’ Comments: Fonts go together nicely. Seasonal. Good sale information. Good use of graphics. WWW.DEGUISEINTERIORS.COM INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES AVAILABLE 152 CIVITAS ST. MT. PLEASANT 843.971.1491 Located in I’On Square Pre-Christmas Sale! 25% off 30%-75% off 30% off All Crabtree & Evelyn 50% off 25%-50% off All Upholstered Furniture, Sofas, Chairs All Lighting, Lamps, Chandeliers All Bed Linens (Yves Delorme & Matouk...in stock) Select group of Decorative Accessories
  44. 44. Furniture or Office Furnishings Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Honorable Mention Lake Wylie Pilot Wendi Samples and Rachel Murray and ML Ford & Sons, Inc. Fall Sales Event! Special Pricing on all Lexington Furniture!
  45. 45. Furniture or Office Furnishings Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Second Place The Lancaster News Leigh Sullivan and Vicki Jenkins and Cooper Furniture
  46. 46. Furniture or Office Furnishings Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Third Place The Lancaster News Leigh Sullivan and Vicki Jenkins and Kimbrell’s Furniture
  47. 47. Furniture or Office Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Eric Brown Design Judges’ Comments: We want to live there! Nice colors and photo. Good quote. Very elegant. Eric Brown Design NEW YORK | GREENVILLE | CHARLESTON | NAPLES 1322 EAST WASHINGTON ST., GREENVILLE, SC 864.233.4442 ERICBROWNDESIGN.BIZ “SUCCESSFUL INTERIORS TELL A STORY. THE KEY ELEMENTS ARE HISTORY AND IMAGINATION; THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN AND THINGS THAT COULD BE…”
  48. 48. Furniture or Office Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place The Sumter Item Mark Pekuri and Manon Barwick and Discount Furniture If you want High Quality Name Brand furniture and like saving money, we ask you to shop and compare and you will win big at Discount Furniture Outlet. 2891 Broad Street | Sumter, SC 29150 | 803-469-8733 Open: Mon-Fri: 9:30am-7pm | Sat: 9:30am-5pm | Closed Sunday Voted #1 Place to Buy Furniture & Mattresses by The Item Readers’ Choice Award 2012 & 2013 BACK-TO-BACK WINNER Like Us On Facebook! CASH, CHECK, CREDIT CARDS & FINANCING ARE AVAILABLE. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS. -LAYAWAY AVAILABLE- Live Better For Less! Discount FURNITURE OUTLET THE NEW YEAR IS HERE AND WE HAVE ALL THE NEW LOOKS FOR We are your hometown furniture store, where you get High Quality Name Brand Furniture at Huge Discounts.
  49. 49. Furniture or Office Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place The Sumter Item Mark Pekuri and Manon Barwick and Kimbrell’s 803.934.02661070 Broad Street • Sumter, SC 29150 and cookout KIDS’ DAY EVENT Monday, September 2nd • 9am-5pm At Both Sumter Locations FOOD • CARTOON CHARACTERS • HOURLY DRAWINGS • SPECIAL DISCOUNTS PROMOTIONS • BOUNCE HOUSES • FACE PAINTING • SNO-CONE™ • BALLOON TWISTER 803.775.233149 S. Main Street • Sumter, SC 29150 FURNITURE • APPLIANCES • ELECTRONICS 10% OFFSPEND $999 OR MORE 15% OFFSPEND $1499 OR MORE 20% OFFSPEND $1999 OR MORE 25% OFFSPEND $2499 OR MORE
  50. 50. Outdoors/Recreation Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined First Place Index-Journal Bonner Hozey and Hunter’s HQ Judges’ Comments: Good job getting all info into the space. Eye-catching and well-targeted. Cohesive.
  51. 51. Outdoors/Recreation Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Second Place Index-Journal Bonner Hozey and Greenwood Country Club
  52. 52. Outdoors/Recreation Under 7,500 and 7,500 - 12,000 Divisions Combined Third Place Pickens County Courier Emily Wright and Holly Springs Country Store HUNTING & FISHING TALES TOLD HERE 864.878.9901 | Intersection of Highways 11 & 178 | Pickens Have Breakfast With The Locals
  53. 53. Outdoors/Recreation 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place The Post and Courier Carol Meyers and Ashlee Kositz and Oakley Farms Judges’ Comments: Headline tells the reader immediately what the ad is about – self-selecting prospects. Art works well for grabbing your attention, and supports the headline.
  54. 54. Outdoors/Recreation 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place Charleston City Paper Sarah Minotti and John Zara and Ride Bikes 30%OFF30%OFFUp To 2013 & PAST SEASON MODELS Trade-ins • Consignments FULL SERVICE • NEW & USED BIKES 1055 Saint Andrews Blvd. (843) 573-7978 • ridebikes.net ENTHUSIASTIC DOESN'T EVEN BEGIN TO DESCRIBE HOW WE FEEL ABOUT BIKES
  55. 55. Outdoors/Recreation 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place The Sumter Item Mark Pekuri and Cary Howard and Simpson Hardware A6 THE ITEM WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2013 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2013 THE ITEM A7
  56. 56. Automotive - Less than 1/2 Page Open Division First Place Herald-Journal Taylor Brown and Aaron Henderson and Carolina Auto Connection Judges’ Comments: An original auto ad! What a concept! People will stop for this. Specializing in Low Priced, Quality Used Vehicles Sales & Service “The little dealer with the BIG heart!” WHY BUY FROM US? FIND OUT BELOW - Financing Available - (864) 814-DEAL (3325) Shop 24/7 at CarolinaAutoConnection.com S060-1626188 CarolinaAutoConnection.com Q E C A R O L I N A G S E L L T H X S Q C P D M G A J D N L R L S C B U O N E P R I C E O A A R S H V A Y W A G N E R C D Y A F T A Y L O R L S H C A E A C I Q U N F I R B P J A L R W E N U N L G R T U E R R L I A R A U T O N E S Y C W S Y O Y B N A S W F F A L T A I O P H T C J O E Y E V M I E R W R E R I D E S L R E J O E S N I R U N U B T Z R H S N L V E C A C G W A R R A N T Y S U D E L K Q V H U P L G R S U V S S D S U C O N N E C T I O N X Words to Find: CAROLINA AUTO CONNECTION LOWEST PRICES FINANCING QUALITY CARS TRUCKS SUVS WARRANTY INSPECTION EXCHANGE LAYAWAY LOCALLYOWNED REFERRAL ONEPRICE DEAL NOFEES BUY SELL TRADE SAVE RIDE
  57. 57. Automotive - Less than 1/2 Page Open Division Second Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and Man of God Auto Sales
  58. 58. Automotive - Less than 1/2 Page Open Division Third Place The Dillon Herald Johnnie Daniels and Chris Chestnut and Dillon Auto Sales Dillon Auto Sales1403 Hwy. 301 North, Dillon, S.C. (843) 841-0965 Score on a great deal on a pre-owned vehicle. 2006 Mitsubishi Galant ES 2005 Ford Taurus SEL 2004 Ford FreeStar 2004 Ford Explorer 2004 Ford F-150 XLT 2004 Chevrolet Impala 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2004 Chrysler Pacifica 2001 Ford Expedition 2001 Chevrolet Suburban 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe LT Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels, Power Seats, CD/MP3 Player V-8, Sunroof, Leather, Chrome Alloys, Low Miles Tilt, Cruise, CD/MP3, Alloy Wheels, One Owner Power Seats, Alloy Wheels, Dual Climate Control, One Ower, Low Miles, Remaining Factory Warranty Tilt, Cruise, CD/MP3 Alloy Wheels, Remote Entry One Owner, Low Mileage Auto, 4x4, Running Boards Tilt, Cruise, CD/MP3, Tow Package Auto, 4x4, Alloys, Tilt, Cruise, CD/MP3, Luxury Edition, Leather, Sunroof, Running Boards, 3rd Row Seat, Tow Package 2008 Kia Sportage LX 2007 Chevrolet Equinox 2004 Nissan Xterra 2011 Chevrolet Impala LT 2006 Mercury Mountaineer 2009 Saturn Aura XR 2008 Ford Edge SE 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP 2011 Chevrolet HHR LS Tilt, Cruise, CD/MP3, Low Miles, One Owner, Remaining Factory Warranty $ 11,900 $ 27247 OR MO. $ 11,700 $ 24846 OR MO. $ 14,400 $ 28150 OR MO. $ 14,800 $ 28247 OR MO. MO. $ 10,400 $ 25360 OR MO. $ 13,800 $ 26580 OR MO. $ 10,700 $ 24980 OR MO. Catch these offers while they last! Sale offers end Saturday. 843-841-09651403 Hwy. 301 North, Dillon, S.C M-F 9-6; Sat. M 9-6; 9-2 $ 9,995 $ 24287 OR MO. Auto, Tilt, Cruise, CD/MP3, One Owner, GAS SAVER $ 11,400 $ 24635 OR MO. Tilt, Cruise, CD, Alloys, Low Miles $ 7,995 $ 24587 OR MO. 2006 Mercury Milan2003 Mini-Cooper S 2009 Mazda 3 2006 Ford Taurus 5-Speed, Alloys, Cruise, Power Seats, CD/MP3, Tilt, Low Miles, One Owner $ 9,995 $ 24287 OR MO. 2004 Chrysler Sebring CPE Leather, Sunroof, Alloys, Low Miles $ 6,995 $ 20642 OR MO. Sunroof, Low Mileage, Alloys, 6 Speed We Are Proud of Our Dillon County Teams! We Are Proud of Our Dillon County Teams! Sunroof, 6-Disc CD/MP3, Remote Entry, One Owner, Low Miles 2006 Honda CRV EX $ 12,500 $ 26530 OR MO. Alloys, Power Seats, Tilt, Cruise, One Owner, Low Mileage 2006 Jeep Liberty Limited $ 11,200 $ 24335 OR MO. MEET OUR TEAM Othell Fowler Leonard “Midnight” Anderson Tila Brown Eric BeachWinston Fowler $ 9,995 $ 25360 OR www.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.net www.DillonAutoSales.net www.DillonAutoSales.net www.DillonAutoSales.net www.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.netwww.DillonAutoSales.net DILLON AUTO SALES www.DillonAutoSales.net www.DillonAutoSales.net www.DillonAutoSales.net $ 10,800 $ 25840 MO.OR Tilt, Cruise, CD/MP3 Power Seats, Chrome Alloys, Remote Entry 2008 Pontiac G6 GT $ 11,900 $ 24935 MO.OR
  59. 59. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater Under 7,500 Division First Place Pickens County Courier Emily Wright and Benson Ford Judges’ Comments: Great large photo, bold design.
  60. 60. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater Under 7,500 Division Second Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Wilson
  61. 61. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater Under 7,500 Division Third Place The Cherokee Chronicle Staff and Patriot Auto said. “I’m proud of their achievements in sports, and in life. I’m their big- gest fan.” DEALING WITH TRAGEDY Bobby faced the deaths weak,” Bobby stated. “So he sent me to Charlotte to see a nerve specialist who did a muscle biopsy. He told me I had Post Po- lio Progressive Atrophy, which is a later stage of him, however, was start- ing on the night shift early in his career, and eventu- ally moving to the first shift. The change allowed him to help his brother Danny, who was coach- being worked on,” he said with a laugh. As soon as he was fully taped up, Bobby returned to the chains and finished the game. Afterward, he went to a hospital in Kings Mountain to receive six stitches. “It was the first time in my 57 years involved that I had to go to the ER after a football game,” Bobby said. Since retiring, Bobby has been helping his brother Gene build racing engines in Spartanburg. Gene is a local legend in the drag racing circuit, as he’s a member of the North Carolina Drag Rac- ing Hall of Fame and the Thunder Valley Speedway Hall of Fame in Bristol, BLACKSBURG MEMORIES For Bobby Fulton, his involvement with Blacks- burg athletics has pro- duced endless amounts of joy. Bobby had five chil- dren – four girls and one boy – who all played at BHS. One of his daugh- ters, Mary, was part of the back-to-back state cham- pionship basketball teams in 1990 and 1991. Because of that, he continues his relationship with the girls basketball program to this day, in- cluding taking them out for pizza every year. Bobby said he’s en- joyed working with all the coaches and athletes that have come through where Love’s Truck Stop is now. I’m really proud of that. Of course, I can’t prove I did it. I didn’t take any pictures or anything. But it happened.” And as classmates re- turn this weekend for Bob- by’s 55th class reunion, he hopes he has many more years at Blacksburg still to go. “Between my artificial knee and my polio leg, I’ll do this as long as I can,” he said. “I still love doing it. You’re part of the offi- ciating crew – the referees even tell you to act like it and not holler and scream for Blacksburg during the game. And you also feel like you’re part of the team. Because you are. You really are.” to morbidity and mortality.” “It is utterly important that Limestone College and the City of Gaffney work closely together for the betterment of one and all,” the Limestone president said. “A mutual partnership is vital to the steady improvement of our area.” In addition, the college is in the pro- cess of developing a $40,000 grant appli- cation to the state that could be used for a fitness trial around the new 3-acre park owned by the City of Gaffney. Next to the new county administration building. City Council forwarded the request to the Finance Committee for further study but some councilmen felt optimistic about the project. “I think a 3-mile fit- ness trail from the college to the Mill Village is a great thing for the city and would be utilized by our citizens,” said Billy Love. “I know I would use it, and I feel oth- ers would, too. This first phase would be a good start.” Limestone Trail (Continued from front page)
  62. 62. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place Index-Journal Deana VanDyke and Sitton Buick GMC Judges’ Comments: Wow - wonderful design! Clean and easy to read with good use of art. NOT your normal car ad and a straightforward message. Saturday, September 21, 2013 Index-Journal, Greenwood, S.C. I 9A BUICK GMC BUICK SIGN & DRIVE SPECIAL 39 MONTH LEASE $ 0first month’s payment $ 0 security deposit $ 0due at lease signing 2013 BUICK VERANO 12K PER YEAR LEASE FOR WELL-QUALIFIED LESSEES $ 0due at signing after all offers $ 238 39MONTHSPER MONTH 2013 BUICK LACROSSE 12K PER YEAR LEASE FOR WELL-QUALIFIED LESSEES $ 0due at signing after all offers $ 329 39MONTHSPER MONTH NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. NO FIRST PAYMENT AT LEASE SIGNING. STATE SALES TAX AND TAG FEE EXTRA 2013 BUICK ENCORE 12K PER YEAR LEASE FOR WELL-QUALIFIED LESSEES LEATHER ADDED • CAPTAIN CHAIRS $ 0due at signing after all offers $ 296 39MONTHSPER MONTH 2014 BUICK ENCLAVE 12K PER YEAR LEASE FOR WELL-QUALIFIED LESSEES • CAPTAIN CHAIRS $ 0due at signing after all offers $ 439 39MONTHSPER MONTH B13174 VERANO: 39 MONTHS. CAPITALIZED REDUCTION OF $1000 LEASE REBATE PLUS $1000. NON GM OWNER REBATE, (CUSTOMER MUST OWN A 99 OR NEWER NON GM VEHICLE) FIRST MONTH’S PAYMENT OF $0, SECURITY DEPOSIT OF $0. TOTAL OF PAYMENTS $9070.98, 12,000 MILE PER YEAR .25 MI. PENALTY. LEASE DOES NOT INCLUDE SALES TAX. PURCHASE OPTION OF $13,665.75. B13491 ENCORE: 39 MONTHS. CAPITALIZED REDUCTION OF $735 LEASE REBATE PLUS $500. NON GM OWNER REBATE, (CUSTOMER MUST OWN A 99 OR NEWER NON GM VEHICLE) FIRST MONTH’S PAYMENT OF $0, SECURITY DEPOSIT OF $0. TOTAL OF PAYMENTS $11248.38, 12,000 MILE PER YEAR .25 MI. PENALTY. LEASE DOES NOT INCLUDE SALES TAX. PURCHASE OPTION OF $13,811.20. B14114 ENCLAVE: 39 MONTHS. CAPITALIZED REDUCTION OF $700 LEASE REBATE PLUS $750. NON GM OWNER REBATE, (CUSTOMER MUST OWN A 99 OR NEWER NON GM VEHICLE) FIRST MONTH’S PAYMENT OF $0, SECURITY DEPOSIT OF $0. TOTAL OF PAYMENTS $16,710.50, 12,000 MILE PER YEAR .25 MI. PENALTY. LEASE DOES NOT INCLUDE SALES TAX. PURCHASE OPTION OF $23,014.40. B13324 LACROSSE: 39 MONTHS. CAPITALIZED REDUCTION OF $2900 LEASE REBATE PLUS $2000. NON GM OWNER REBATE, (CUSTOMER MUST OWN A 99 OR NEWER NON GM VEHICLE) FIRST MONTH’S PAYMENT OF $0, SECURITY DEPOSIT OF $0. TOTAL OF PAYMENTS $12,612.58, 12,000 MILE PER YEAR .25 MI. PENALTY. LEASE DOES NOT INCLUDE SALES TAX. PURCHASE OPTION OF $18,077.80. Open Mon-Fri 8:30 - 7:00 • Sat. 9:00 - 6:00 In the Middle of the Motor Mile NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. NO FIRST PAYMENT AT LEASE SIGNING. STATE SALES TAX AND TAG FEE EXTRA NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. NO FIRST PAYMENT AT LEASE SIGNING. STATE SALES TAX AND TAG FEE EXTRA NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. NO FIRST PAYMENT AT LEASE SIGNING. STATE SALES TAX AND TAG FEE EXTRA 47883 2640 Laurens Rd Greenville SC2640 Laurens Rd Greenville SC 864-288-5600864-288-5600 ENCLAVE STK. B14114 VERANO STK. B13174 LACROSSE STK. B13324 ENCORE STK. B13491
  63. 63. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place Carolina Gateway Linda O’Neil and Athena Redmond and Steve Moore Chevrolet
  64. 64. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place Carolina Gateway Linda O’Neil and Athena Redmond and Steve Moore Chevrolet
  65. 65. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Steve White Audi Judges’Comments:Youcould seethisadbecomingaposter. Continuedgoodworkfrom thisdesigner.Luxurydefined. SteveWhiteAudi.com
  66. 66. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Greenville Automotive 2668 Laurens Road • Greenville, SC 29606 • 864.288.7575 • GreenvilleAutomotive.com Jaguar • Porsche • Volvo We haven’t lowered our standards. We’ve simply made it easier for you to raise yours. Come see the ultimate in style at Jaguar, Porsche, Volvo of Greenville. Three Names that Bring Luxury to Life
  67. 67. Automotive - 1/2 Page or greater 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place Herald-Journal John Napoli and Aaron Henderson and Vic Bailey Ford
  68. 68. Fashion Under 7,500 Division First Place Daniel Island News Ronda Schilling and Jan Marvin and The Trunk Show Judges’ Comments: Has a nice spotlight on products. Clean, simple ad with nice use of red color against neutral tones. Hat: Vintage Mink Necklace: Estate Cameo on Gold Chain Dress: Louis Vuitton Creme Purse: Chanel Shoes: Bettye Mueller Elegant Consignment for Women and Men 281 Meeting Street | Charleston | 843-722-0442 trunkshow@earthlink.net | CharlestonTrunkShow.com PhotobyJonathanBallietfeaturing AndreaSerranoofCharlestonShopCurator.com
  69. 69. Fashion Under 7,500 Division Second Place Pageland Progressive Journal Donna Stokes and Vicki Jenkins and Melon Beach
  70. 70. Fashion Under 7,500 Division Third Place Pickens County Courier Emily Wright and Robinson’s Dept. Store
  71. 71. Fashion 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place The Island News Jennifer Walker and Carolina Closet Too Judges’ Comments: Effective use of a collage. The logo pops. Great photos of products. Monday-Friday 10AM-5:30PM • Saturday 10AM-5PM • Sunday Closed 843-982-0099223 Scott St Beaufort, SC Christmas Shopping Made Easy at Carolina Closet Too!
  72. 72. Fashion 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place The Link Ashley Hatcher and Pee Dee Outfitters
  73. 73. Fashion 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and Anna Laura’s Boutique
  74. 74. Fashion 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place Herald-Journal Jay Stafford and Aaron Henderson and Baehr Feet Judges’ Comments: Cohesive design - headline, images, color selection and product all have natural feel. S021-1594361S021-S021-S021-S021-S021-S021-S021-S021-S021-021-S021-021-21-021-021--S021-021-S021-021S021211121020222S1594315943159431594315943159431594315943943594331594331594941591599155555161616116161616111161116666 It’s Only Natural. 401 E. Kennedy St. - Farmers Market Place - Spartanburg, SC - 864-597-0633 - www.baehrfeet.com Sam Edelman “Romy” Tory Burch “Selma” Dolce Vita “Ayden”
  75. 75. Fashion 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Traveling Chic Boutique 1 2 2 N M a i n S t , G r e e n v i l l e , S C 8 6 4 - 3 6 5 - 5 5 0 1 t r a v e l i n g c h i c b o u t i q u e . c o m S u n d a y 1 2 - 5 M o n d a y - W e d n e s d a y 1 1 - 7 T h u r s d a y - S a t u r d a y 1 0 - 8
  76. 76. Fashion 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Rush Wilson, Ltd. 23 West North Street Greenville, South Carolina www.rushwilson.com 864.232.2761 “Purveyors of Classic American Style” Fine Men’s clothing
  77. 77. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Under 7,500 Division First Place Pickens County Courier Emily Wright and T.C. Bearies Judges’ Comments: It got our attention. Great seasonal ad.
  78. 78. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Under 7,500 Division Second Place Daniel Island News Ronda Schilling and Jan Marvin and Waldrop & Co. Jewelers Waldrop & Co. Jewelers 377-8330 | Hours: 10-6 M to F 10-5 Sat 186B Seven Farms Drive, Daniel Island 50OFF % SALE! Select Inventory APRIL 3-7
  79. 79. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Under 7,500 Division Third Place Pageland Progressive Journal Donna Stokes and Vicki Jenkins and Jordan’s Jewelers
  80. 80. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and Garris Jewelers Judges’ Comments: Clever, eye-catching ad. Headline works.
  81. 81. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and Lancaster Jewelers/ Anna Laura’s Boutique
  82. 82. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place The Link Ashley Hatcher and Sunshine Shoppe Thrift & Gift Store 122 Main St., Chesterfield • 843-623-3938 Open M-F 10-5:30, Sat. 10-2 Gift Shoppes 160 Second St., Cheraw • 843-537-2008 Open M-F 10-5 (Wed. 10-1) 114 E. McGregor St., Pageland • 843-672-9155 Open M-F 10-5 (Wed. 10-1) & Sat. 10-2 Proceeds benefit terminally ill patients and their families served by Hospice of Chesterfield County. Donations of new and gently used items greatly appreciated. July 16 – 20% off July 17 – 20% off July 18 – 25% off July 19 – 25% off July 20 – 30% off July 22 – 30% off July 23 – 35% off July 24 – 35% off July 25 - 40% off July 26 - 40% off July 27 - 45% off July 29 - 45% off July 30 - 50% off July 31 - 50% off Get An Early Start on Your Christmas Shopping & Save BIG! Jewelry-Flags-Sheet Sets-Tumblers-Handbags & Much More! Shop Early & Often! We Won’t Be Reordering During The Sale! When An Item Is Gone, It’s Gone At These Incredible Prices! Thousands of Gently Used Clothing Items at our Chesterfield Store! Great Quality Clothing For The Entire Family at Unbelievable Prices! *with coupon. Not valid with any other coupon. Coupon good 7/2/13 – 7/15/13. Christmas In July Pre-Sale Coupon Get 35% Offany two items!* The Savings are HUGEduring the annual SALE Discount on Everything in the Stores! The Discount Grows Throughout the Sale!
  83. 83. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 12,001 - 35,000 Division First Place Herald-Journal Mark West and Gentry Lewis and Rufus D. Lewis Judges’ Comments: Beautiful branding ad. The art says it all. Nice white space. S015-1652697
  84. 84. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 12,001 - 35,000 Division Second Place Herald-Journal Aaron Henderson and Rita Eubanks and Laura’s 246 East Blackstock Road, Spartanburg • 864.587.1736 Please join us on Thursday, October 24, 2013 5:00pm-7:00pm for our Brighton Showing S004-1653860
  85. 85. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 12,001 - 35,000 Division Third Place The Sumter Item Mark Pekuri and Cary Howard and Sumter Light House ONEDAYEVENT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH 10:00AM - 7:00PM Holiday Open House MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. 803.469.8620 56 Market St. Sumter, SC LAMPS, MIRRORS, ARTWORK, PILLOWS, ALL IN-STOCK LIGHTING AND MORE! Some exclusions apply. No gift wrapping. ACCESSORIES 25% OFF
  86. 86. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Over 35,000 Division First Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and The Houseplant Judges’Comments:Greatphoto. Unique concept. Very artistic. The Houseplant The Art of the Garden 1322 E. Washington St., Greenville, South Carolina | 864.242.1589 | thehouseplantsc.com Custom designed arrangements, unique accessories, rare plants & gifts
  87. 87. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Over 35,000 Division Second Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Pink Monogram The Pink Monogram · 2243 Augusta Street · Greenville, SC · www.thepinkmonogram.com · 864.752.1146 Search results for “Best Christmas Gifts” Pin it with Pink Pinterest.com: Pink Monogram Needlepoint Hats $32 - No Monogram Monogrammed Makeup Bags $18 - Loads of Colors! Monogrammed Script Necklace on Split Chain $69 Spirit Football Jersey $45 Mono. Acrylic Keychain and Pendants $45 (keychain); $60 (pendant) Monogrammed Flask $28 Bosom Buddies Eve Clutch $170 Large Gold Plated Hoops $30 Luggage Tags $20 - No Monogram Monogrammed Clutch $40 Bosom Buddy Narrow Gold Lined Cuff $44 Monogrammed Rain Jacket $60 Cashmere Scarves $28 - Can Be Monogrammed! Monogrammed Puffy Vest $48 His & Her Mono. Tervis Wine Goblet w/ SC Emblem $20 each Lilly Pulitzer Coffee Mugs $22 Monogrammed Watches $68 Monogrammed Otterbox for iPhones $69–$78 PinkMono FP TOWN DEC13 v2.indd 1 11/15/13 10:07 AM
  88. 88. Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Over 35,000 Division Third Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Hale’s Jewelers 532 Haywood Rd., Greenville, SC 29607 | 864.297.5600 | www.halesjewelers.com
  89. 89. Merchant Group or Signature Page Under 7,500 Division First Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere Judges’ Comments: Nice large ads focused on a local event. Nice combination. FairfieldCountyVoice.com • December 6, 20138 • The Independent Voice Griffins Handbags • Hats • Jewelry • Lingerie • Shoes Good luck Mon - Sat, 10 - 5 • 223-1/2 S. Congress St., Winnsboro Shayla Rhodes & Carolyn Harris, proprietors • 815-0050 Melting Moments from ...Winnsboro’s new boutique for fashion accessories! Fairfield Central High School Congratulations & Good Luck Griffins! Fairfield Central Meets Dillon in Class 2A/Division 1 State Championship Game Tonight! December 6, 2013 • FairfieldCountyVoice.com The Independent Voice • 9Griffins Having one special person for your car, home and life insurance lets you get down to business with the rest of your life. It’s what I do. GET TO A BETTER STATE™ . CALL ME TODAY. Look no further. 1101201 State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, State Farm Indemnity Company, State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, State Farm General Insurance Company, Bloomington, IL DEPENDABLE and KNOWLEDGEABLE agent seeks customers looking for real PROTECTION and long term RELATIONSHIP. SINGLE, ARTSY LADY SEEKS SINGLE ARTSY GUY. If you love painting, decorating, baking and FATHER OF EIGHT energetic lady. Must love jump in and join the fun. ADVENTUROUS CAT LOVER seeks adventurous cat owner. Please be employed and willing to relocate. Especially fond of black and white tuxedo cats. All responses will be answered. Looking for that Purrr-fect match. GRANOLA EATING, CAMP LOVING, WORLD TRAVELER seeks woman of my dreams. Bill Weathersbee, Agent 9440 Two Notch Road Columbia, SC 29223 Bus: 803-788-7981 bill.weathersbee.bws8@statefarm.com 207 North Congress St., Winnsboro 635-4041 Best of luck from the Town of Winnsboro Way to go Griffns! Kickoff:8:30p.m.atBenedictCollege’sCharlieW.JohnsonStadium,ReedStreet&TwoNotchRoad. Dillon’s Anthony Blue (3) is stopped short of the goal line by the Griffin defense as Kevin Bannister (55) strips the ball free for the turnover in the 2012 meeting. Blue is back this year, with 1,510 rushing yards and 24 TDs on his record. DeAndre Belton and the Griffin offense couldn’t find their rhythm in 2012, but this year Belton has steered Fairfield Central to a spotless record while throwing for 1,764 yards and 17 TDs. Record: 5-0/13-0. Region III Champs. Rushing: • Larry G. Bell, Sr. 166 rushes for 1,014 yards., 16 TDs. • Joseph Young, Jr. 113-755, 15 TDs. • DeAndre Belton, Sr. 104-748, 8 TDs. Passing: • DeAndre Belton, Sr. 112 completions on 191 attempts, 1,764 yards, 17 TDs, 7 INTs. Receiving: • Kewaun Squirewell, Sr. 30 catches for 559 yards and 4 TD. • Javaris Cook, Sr. 21-359/5 TDs. • Tyren White, Sr. 20-347/4 TDs. Defense: • Larry J. Bell, Sr. 64 tackles, 27 assists, 3 sacks • Dustin Padgett, Jr. 51 tackles, 20 assists • Chandler Johnson, Sr. 48 tackles, 14 assists. Sacks: • Kalil Keitt, Sr. = 18.5 • Chanti Jones, Sr. = 11 15 picks / 14 fumble recoveries Pre-Region 8/23 – Mallard Creek-27 DHS-21 8/30 – DHS-41 @Lake View-0 9/06 – DHS-57 Latta-0 9/20 – DHS-51 Lake City-7 9/27 – Marlboro County-27 DHS-6 Region VIII 10/04 – DHS-39 Aynor-0* 10/11 – DHS-47 @Mullins-6* 10/18 – DHS-53 @ Marion-0* 10/25 – DHS-44 Loris-0* 11/01 – DHS-41 Waccamaw-0* Playoffs 11/15 – DHS-56 Wade Hampton-0 11/22 – DHS-59 Lake Marion-6 11/29 – DHS-14 Timberland-0 Pre-Region 8/30 – FCHS-35 @Westwood-26 9/06 – FCHS-42 Abbeville-6 9/13 – FCHS-50 Chester26 9/20 – FCHS-35 @Union County-11 9/27 – FCHS-41 Cheraw-6 Region III 10/04 – FCHS-50 Columbia-0 10/11 – FCHS-58 Eau Claire-6 10/18 – FCHS-38 Keenan-0 10/25 – FCHS-33 @Pelion-16 11/01 – FCHS-19 @North Central-0 Playoffs 11/15 – FCHS-26 Keenan-0 11/22 – FCHS-28 Newberry-27 11/29 – FCHS-37 @Cheraw-13 Record: 5-0/11-2. Region VIII Champs. Rushing: • Anthony Blue, Sr. (5’10” / 165 lbs.) 159 rushes for 1,510 yards, 24 TDs. Passing: • Avery McCall, Soph. (6’ / 179) 151 at- tempts, 90 completions, 1,268 yards, 15 TDs, 3 INTs. Receiving: • Eri’Reon Hayes, Jr. (6’1” / 181) 39 catches for 709 yards and 12 TDs. Defense: • Joe Blue, Sr. LB (5’11” / 239) 52 tackles, 33 assists, 2 sacks. • Damu Ford, Sr. LB (5’11” / 235) 53 tack- les, 30 assist. Other Stuff: • Dillon has fumbled the ball 30 times this year, losing only 11 of them. • Have returned 4 fumbles for touchdowns, 3 INTs for touchdowns. Picked off 18 INTs. No kickoffs returned for TDs, but have returned 3 puntsforTDs. • Have rushed the ball 392 times this sea- son, passing only 38 times. • Most of their damage is done in the first quarter, where they have outscored oppo- nents 204-14. First TakeFairfield Central at a Glance: Fairfield Central Dillon Dillon at a Glance: Interesting Fact: Three coaches with Fairfield ties will be vying for titles this weekend. In addition to Demetrius Davis, Dr. Jerry Brown’s Bates- burg-Leesville Panthers go for the 2A/ D2 crown in tonight’s early game, while former FCHS head man Reggie Kennedy takes his Sumter Gamecocks up against Dutch Fork for the 4A/D1 title Saturday. The Jackie Hayes Era: Since taking the helm for the Wildcats in 1992, Dillon head coach Jackie Hayes has never had a losing season. Only twice – in his inaugural season and again in 2000 – has he had less than 10 wins. Dillon went 8-4 in those cases. Hayes is 249-50 in his career at Dillon, for an .833 win percent- age. He has won Class 2A state titles in 2008, 2009 and 2012. HowThey Got Here
  90. 90. Merchant Group or Signature Page Under 7,500 Division Second Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Ridgeway Merchants
  91. 91. Merchant Group or Signature Page Under 7,500 Division Third Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere
  92. 92. Merchant Group or Signature Page 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place The Lancaster News Staff Judges’Comments:Illustrationdrawsyouintothead.Goodlegend/index.Allispulledintogether. Page4B|Wednesday,March27,2013thelancasternews.com 7 GARBAGE SERVICE 8 GLASS REPLACEMENT 9 GOLF CARTS 10 HEAT & AIR SERVICE GUIDE 2013 1 APPLIANCES 2 BEDDING/MATTRESSES 3 CARPET CLEANING 4 CONSTRUCTION 5 ELECTRICAL 6 FURNITURE / HOME DECOR 11 HOME REMODELING 12 INSURANCE 13 MOBILE HOMES 14 PLUMBING 15 REAL ESTATE 16 SEPTIC TANKS
  93. 93. Merchant Group or Signature Page 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place The Lancaster News Staff Page 6A | Wednesday, October 2, 2013 • www.thelancasternews.com • The Lancaster NewsPage 6A | Wednesday, October 2, 2013 • www.thelancasternews.com • The Lancaster News
  94. 94. Merchant Group or Signature Page 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place The Island News Hope Falls and Terra Cotta & Others
  95. 95. Merchant Group or Signature Page 7,500 - 12,000 Division Honorable Mention Lake Wylie Pilot Wendi Samples and Rachel Murray and Landing Station www.echo-consignment.com Located in the Shoppes at the Landing - Behind Jersey Mike’s, Just steps away from Echo Consignment Boutique Opening Monday, January 6th! Carrying all the great brands you love at Echo plus Home Décor and Home Accent Furnishings Now Accepting Consignments by Appointment (803) 746-5656 Gift Cards Available Gift Cards Available attic Find us atgreatclips.com | salonjobs.greatclips.com | greatclipsfranchise.com A great haircut will never go out of style. Download our free app or visit greatclips.com. ANY HAIRCUT $ 099 CIN06HD Not valid with any other offers. Limit one coupon per customer. At participating area salons. OFFER EXPIRES: Find us atgreatclips.com | salonjobs.greatclips.com | greatclipsfranchise.com A great haircut will never go out of style. Download our free app or visit greatclips.com. ANY HAIRCUT $ 099 CIN06HD Not valid with any other offers. Limit one coupon per customer. At participating area salons. OFFER EXPIRES: 8 at 8 is BACK! $8! Come in after 8pm M-F and get a haircut for just Not valid with other offers. No coupon needed. Valid at Landing Station only! MON-FRI 9-9pm SAT 9-6pm • SUN 12-5pm Hwy 49 & 274 • Lake Wylie, SC Landing Station (behind Wendy’s) 803-831-0112 SHIP-RIGHT $2.00 OFF FedEx or UPS Save $2 Each on Ground Shipments Up To 10 Packages • Maximum $20 Savings Not valid with any other offers. Limit 1 coupon per customer. Independently Operated & Licensed Franchise. Expires 1-4-14. Printing Services Mailing Services USPS Pack & Ship Services Business Cards Wide-Format Printing Fax/Scan Services Private Mailbox Notary Shipping Services • UPS • FedEx • DHL • USPS SHIP-RIGHT $3.00 OFF FedEx or UPS Save $3 Each on Express Shipments Up To 10 Packages • Maximum $30 Savings Not valid with any other offers. Limit 1 coupon per customer. Independently Operated & Licensed Franchise. Expires 1-4-14. 168 Hwy 274, Ste. 90 • Lake Wylie, SC 29710 Landing Station (behind Wendy’s) aim147@aimmailcenters.com 803.631.5300 Serving the Lake Wylie Area since 2005 M-F 9-6pm • Sat 9-2pm COME SHOP AT LAKE WYLIE Located at 49 & 274 LANDING STATIONLANDING STATION S H O P P I N G C E N T E RS H O P P I N G C E N T E R Click, click smile... Holiday shopping is done! Deal Store H O L I D A Y dealsaver.com/rockhill
  96. 96. Merchant Group or Signature Page 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place The Summerville Journal Scene Sales Staff and Anita Hepburn Judges’ Comments: This page just turned us all on. Unanimously a hit.
  97. 97. Merchant Group or Signature Page 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place The Post and Courier Deb Greig and Melinda Carlos
  98. 98. Merchant Group or Signature Page 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Augusta Commons A CHIC BOUTIQUE Tent Sale! Saturday, July 27 10am–8pm 2222 Augusta Street, Greenville Backyard Bash Fun for the Whole Family! ®® COMING AUGUST 13! Live music 4–8pm Alternative Take—Spencer Rush & Friends Hot Dogs, Beer & Wine, Cool Treats Best Tomato (mater) Pie Contest 2–4pm Alisa Marie Fine Lingerie Augusta Commons Everything You Need, Anything But Common
  99. 99. Drug, Beverage, Specialty Food or Grocery Ad Open Division First Place Herald-Journal Mark West and Aaron Henderson and Olive and then some Judges’ Comments: Great reverse. Great choice colors! Saturday, October 26 10am-7pm Guest Chefs throughout the day Morning ~ specialty teas and apple spice cake Afternoon ~ gourmet grilled cheese and wine MentionadforaFREE60ml.Cinnamon-PearBalsamicwith$30purchase 124 Magnolia Street, Spartanburg SC / (864)582-4442 S015-1655728
  100. 100. Drug, Beverage, Specialty Food or Grocery Ad Open Division Second Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Charleston Cooks
  101. 101. Drug, Beverage, Specialty Food or Grocery Ad Open Division Third Place Greenville Journal CJ Designs and Liquid Catering 116 E. Broad St., Greenville, SC | 864.248.4850 | www.liquid-catering.com
  102. 102. Restaurants/Nightlife Under 7,500 Division First Place Daniel Island News Ronda Schilling and Jan Marvin and Dragon Palace Judges’ Comments: Great layout and photos. It made us hungry. Informative, but not overwhelming. 162 Seven Farms Dr. • Suite 320 Daniel Island 843.388.8823 • dragonpalacesc.com Like us on Facebook.com/DragonPalaceSC SPECIAL SUMMER LUNCH MENU (includes choice of soup) Monday - Friday $ 7 DIM SUM BRUNCH (between $2.50-$3.50) 20+ Dim Sum Items A Variety of Hot Tea & Bottomless Mimosas on Saturdays 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. SPECIAL SUMMER LUNCH MENU
  103. 103. Restaurants/Nightlife Under 7,500 Division Second Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Beef O’Brady’s
  104. 104. Restaurants/Nightlife Under 7,500 Division Third Place Pageland Progressive Journal Donna Stokes and Athena Redmond and Kentucky Fried Chicken
  105. 105. Restaurants/Nightlife 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and Subway Judges’ Comments: Great headline. Clever concept.
  106. 106. Restaurants/Nightlife 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and Subway
  107. 107. Restaurants/Nightlife 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place The Link Ashley Hatcher and Fatz 973 Chesterfield Highway, Cheraw, SC 29520 FATZ.com Hand-cut Hearty Steaks 843.537.4205 for the Carnivores out there. Certified Angus Beef® is a cut above USDA Choice, USDA Prime and any other Angus beef you’ll find anywhere. Juicy and incomparable, Certified Angus Beef® has passed 10 stringent quality specifications and features superb marbling that melts when grilled to give you perhaps the most mouthwatering steak you’ve ever tasted. We’re proud to serve a superior brand of beef, because our guests deserve the best. Certified Angus Beef.® It absolutely aces the flavor test. All our steaks are hand-cut in house. All Day Beer Specials $2.00 Domestic brands $2.50 Imported brands
  108. 108. Restaurants/Nightlife 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place Herald-Journal Hailey Dill and Lee Foley and City Range Judges’ Comments: The font, the design, the art, the gimmick. I’ll be there! PROHIBITION ENDSATLAST! FINAL RRRERRRRRRRR PEAL PAPAPAPPAPAPAPAPAPAPAPAPPAPAPAPAPAAAPAPAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRTRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR Y -De- cccecececccecceceeccecembmmmmmbmbmbmmmmbmbmmmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmber5that 6PP6P6P66PPP666P6P6PP6P6P66P6P6P6P6P6P6P6PP6PPP6PPPPPPMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM - MMMMMMMMMM 8PM CeCC lebrating 80yearssince theendof Prohibition. Featuring5 inksand specialapa- petizersfrom thatera. Drinks: French75 M intJulep -W ard8- W hiteLady- SouthSide Therewill bejudgingfor thebestera costume. REPEAL PARTY -De- cember5that 6PM -8PM Celebrating 80yearssince theendof Prohibition. Featuring5 drinksand specialapa- petizersfrom thatera. Drinks: French777775 M i M i M i M i M iiii M iiiiiintntntntntntntntnntntntntttttJJJJJJJJJJJJJJulululululululululluleepepepeppepepep -W ard W h S th costu REPEALLL PARTY -DDDDDDDDDeeee-e-e-e-eee- cember5thaaaaaaaaaaattttttttttt 6PM -8PM Celebratinnnggggggggggg 80yearssinnncecececececececece theendof Prohibition. Featuring55 drinksandnd specialalapa-a-a-a-aa-aa-a--- pepepepepeppepepppepepettizizersffffffffffrrororororrorooooroorooorommmmmmmmmmmmmmm S004-1667395 Drinks: French 75 Mint Julep Ward 8 White Lady South Side FI DECEMBER 5TH • 6PM-8PM Celebrating 80 years since the end of Prohibition. Featuring 5 drinks and special appetizers from that era. Judging for best era costume. 864-327-3333 • 774 Spartan Boulevard • SPARTANBURG (Located Between Westgate Mall & Spartan Theatres) www.CityRange.com 004S004S004S004S0SSSSS73166731667366766169595959 L arddd8888 W hit So the tum ALALLLLLLL ddd8888888888888888------ iteeeeeeeeeLLLLLLLLaLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLaLaLLLaLaLLLLLLLLLLLLaLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLaLLLLLLLLLLLLaLLaaaaaaaaaaaaaadydydydyyddydydydydydydyddyddyddydddddddydydyddydydydydydydydydydydydydyydyydydyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy--- outututttthhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhSiSiSiiiiiiSiSiiiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddeddededddededddddede ThThhhhhhherererererererererrerererrrerererererererererererererererererererererererererererreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwiwiwiwwwiwwwwwwwwiwwiwwwwwiwilllllllllll bejudududududududududududdddduddddddddduddduddddudddudddddddddddddddddddddggggggigggggggiggiggggiigggggigigigiiggigigigiggigigigiigigigiiigiggiiigigiiiiiigiiiiigigiigigiigiiigiinngngngngnngngngnnnnngngnngnngngnnnnnnnnnnnnngnggfffffffororororrorororor hebebebebebebebeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesssstsssssstssststsssststssstssssstsssstssststststststststsstststststststsss eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrarararararararrrrarrrrrrrrrrarrar mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmeeeeeee.ee.ee.eeeeeee.eeeeeeee.eeeeee.eeeeeeee.eee. WWWWWWWWWWWWWW S FF M
  109. 109. Restaurants/Nightlife 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place Herald-Journal Hailey Dill and Aaron Henderson and City Range S004-1652580 864-327-3333 • 774 Spartan Boulevard • SPARTANBURG (Located Between Westgate Mall & Spartan Theatres) www.CityRange.com Happy Hour at Happy Hour Monday-Saturday 4-8PM $5.00 appetizers • Tuna Wontons • Pimento Cheeseburger Sliders • Potato Skins • Chicken Pesto Flatbread • Steakhouse Flatbread Discounted Beer, Wine and Liquor Try one of our seasonal cocktails like Central Park in the Fall Pumpkin Whiskey with cinnamon vermouth
  110. 110. Restaurants/Nightlife 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place The Herald Donna Pontus and Rachel Murray and Kentucky Fried Chicken
  111. 111. Events/Cultural Entertainment Under 7,500 Division First Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Cotton Yard Market & Others Judges’ Comments: A simple design for a simple community event. The use of color is eye-catching and the art is very appropriate to the message.
  112. 112. Events/Cultural Entertainment Under 7,500 Division Second Place News and Press Duane Childers and Taste of Darlington Find Tickets At These Locations IN DARLINGTON Main Street Jewelers, 30 Public Square Darlington Chamber of Commerce City of Darlington Administrative Offices Total Pizzaz, 109 Pearl St. The News & Press, 117 S. Main St. DDRA Board Members IN FLORENCE Porter’s Gift Shop, 1643 W. Palmetto IN HARTSVILLE Hartsville Chamber of Commerce, 214 N 5th St Also Gate Sales Day of Event For more details, call 395-2310 When: 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 25 Where: Darlington Raceway’s Sprint Cup Garage Sponsored by: Darlington Downtown Revitalization Association Purpose: Annual Fundraiser for Community Projects & Services Tickets: $40 per person Taste of Darlington Must be 21 years of age to attend!
  113. 113. Events/Cultural Entertainment Under 7,500 Division Third Place News and Press Duane Childers and RenoFest Bluegrass Festival Presented by the Hartsville Downtown Development Association and the City of Hartsville March 22, 23 and 24 Featuring And Claire Lynch and the Claire Lynch Band Ronnie Reno and the Reno Tradition Balsam Range • Gerald Anderson and Friends • The Hinson Sisters and The South Carolina Championship Bluegrass Band • Banjo and Guitar Competition Information, Concert Schedules and Advance Tickets available at WWW.RENOFEST.COM or call 888-427-8720, 843-332-5151 or 843-332-1600. Tickets on sale at HDDA - 238 W. Carolina Ave. and Burry Bookstore, Hartsville, SC
  114. 114. Events/Cultural Entertainment 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place The Link Ashley Hatcher and Town of Chesterfield Judges’ Comments: Good use of color - white makes copy stand out. Chesterfield Open House ★ Tree Lighting Carolers ★ Wagon Rides ★ Prizes Christmas Parade Merchants Open House 4-6 PM ★ Parade 6 PM Tree Lighting following Parade Register to Win Three $100 Shopping Sprees!* *at participating businesses. Saturday, December 7th
  115. 115. Events/Cultural Entertainment 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place Index-Journal Mundy Price 8B Index-Journal, Greenwood, S.C Wednesday, December 25, 2013 Hosted by: Emerald High school TEAMS Abbeville High School Calhoun Falls High School Dixie High School Emerald High School Greenwood High School Ninety Six High School Saluda High School Ware Shoals High School December 26, 27, 28 Get out of the house over winter break and support your hometown team! 3 p.m. start time each day 4 games/day Thur. Fri. Sat. Emer ald City Cla ssicbasket balltourna ment Emerald City Classic Basketball Tournament SLAM DUNK CONTEST SLAM DUNK CONTEST | SATURDAY 12/28 Between Games 2 & 3| Dunkswillbe recorded,andfanscanvotefortheir favoriteshotonlineJan.6-16 Sponsoredby McDonald,Patrick, Poston,Hemphill& Loper,LLC DUNK CONTEST | SATU dby ,Patrick, emphill& $100 PRIZE TO THE SCHOOL OF THE WINNING DUNKER www.nfhsnetwork.com/channels/ninetysix-ninety-six-south-carolina LIVESTREAMINGofChampionshipgame willbeavailablecourtesyoftheNinetySix HighschoolchannelontheNFHSNetwork. Sponsoredbythe BEVERAGES FOR THE TOURNAMENT HOSPITALITY STREET PROVIDED BY PEPSI BEVERAGES COMPANY Readers of the Index-Journal can now enjoy even greater savings with the Index-Journal Reader Rewards Program. Register today at IJ-REWARDS.COM and take advantage of savings from these local businesses: You could Win an iPad mini 16GB INDEX-JOURNAL Readers of the In Index-Journal Re and take advant Introducing a New Way to Save China Kitchen Cold Springs Country Store Hardee's Milano's Cafe Pizza Hut Subway Swartzentruber's Bakery Theo's Deli & Seafood Rstrnt Arby's Bojangles' Famous Chicken Bruster's Real Ice Cream Carolina Tavern Dairy Queen Fatz Cafe Five Points Grill Mc Alister's Deli Mill House Brick Oven Pizza Par Three West Golf Course Pizza Inn Precision Tune Auto Care Pro Cleaners of Greenwood Rajn Rooster Ranch & Pizza Palace Sonic Drive-In Southside Cafe Waffle House Whaley Tires & Svc Buzzard's Roost Southern Tea Lunch'n Treats Famous Pizza Inc PRINTABLE AND MOBILE COUPONS Login or Register to enter now through January 12, 2014 www.ij-rewards.com
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I'm a practicing Catholic. Rush is not a Catholic, but he is respectful of different faiths. What the pope did was to question the sacred cows of trickle-down economics and unregulated markets: "Some people continue to defend trickle- down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inev- itably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world," Francis said. "This opinion, which has never been con- firmed by the facts, expresses a crude and naive trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power. Meanwhile, the excluded are still waiting." cedes-Benz 350M-Class, in favor of a 1984 Renault 4 economy car with 186,000 miles, given him by a 70-year-old priest. But maybe he knows the difference and doesn't care about labels or $100 million contracts. Maybe he believes faith is more important than entertainment, respect is more important than satire, and that more important than tweaking others is helping the poor, the sick and the needy. There's no maybe, and those of us in the media should think about that. Brazile is a political commentator on CNN, ABC and NPR; contributing columnist to Roll Call, the newspaper of Capitol Hill; and former campaign manager for Al Gore. atollhouse;itis...aplacefor everyone,withalltheirprob- lems." Healsomakesfrequent referencetotheunborn,butin thecontextofathrowawaycul- turethatactsasthoughcertain peopledon'texistorcanbeeasilydiscarded,asin theunbornortheelderly. Themessagerelatingtothefinancialworld similarlytargetedthecollateralhumandamageof "unfettered"markets.Thisisby-the-bookChris- tianity,hardlythemooringsofheresy.Yet,these Christiansentimentshavesentsomeconserva- tivesreelingtothefaintingcouch. Uponreadingthepope'swordsaboutgreed andinequality,RushLimbaughthrewdownthe word"Marxist"likeanovercookedrib-eye.The pontiff'swords,saidthemanofmanywords,was "justpureMarxismcomingoutofthemouthof thepope." Nowseemsagoodtimetostepbackand considerwhatsoofteneludesusinourrushto pontificate:Context,context,context. KarlMarxandPopeFrancismighthave critiquedouridolatryofmoneyascreatingan "economyofexclusionandinequality,"asFrancis describedtheglobaleconomicsysteminhis tablesonthestatusquo.LikewiseFrancis—a Christianrightdowntohissensibleblackleather shoes,thebettertowalkthewalkandsneakout atnighttoministertoRome'shomeless. Whatsetoffconservativeswasthepope's criticismof"trickle-down"economictheorythat placesabsolutefaithinmarketstobehumane andfair.Conservativesarguecorrectlycapitalism didmoretoraisemillionsfrompovertythanany othersystem.Andtheywellrememberthefusion ofMarxismandChristianitycalled"liberation theology"thatseekstoredistributewealth. Butthepopenevermentionsredistribution. Heischallengingouridolatryofmoneyand obsessionwiththings(Iconfess!),aculturalfas- cinationthatdistractsusfromtheneedy.Whatis thesuccessortoSt.Petersupposedtodowhenhe seessomuchsufferingeveninfree-marketsoci- eties?QuoteAynRand? Inafinalcontextualnote,Francisisthepope, notthepresident.LikeJiminyCricket,heisurg- ingpeopletolettheirconsciencebetheirguide. Noone,Christianorotherwise,canescapethe mirrorheholdsup,hiseyesdoubtlesstwinkling inanticipationofhisnextmoonlightadventure, searchingforsoulsinneed. Parkercanbereachedatkparker@kparker.com. WASHINGTON POST WRITERS GROUP KATHLEEN PARKER Readers are encouraged to share their opinions. Letters to the Editor must not exceed 250 words. Guest columns must not exceed 625 words. Include your full name, street address, and day and evening phone num- bers, for verification purposes. Columnists should include one sentence about themselves and be prepared to submit a photograph if the column is accepted for publication. 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  117. 117. Events/Cultural Entertainment 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined First Place The Summerville Journal Scene Sarah Wiggins and Ashlee Kositz and Summerville Orchestra Judges’ Comments: Unique, trendy art selection. Really stands out on the page.
  118. 118. Events/Cultural Entertainment 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Honorable Mention Moultrie News Shannon McCarty and Becky Tomlinson and Boone Hall Plantation
  119. 119. Events/Cultural Entertainment 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Second Place Charleston City Paper Sarah Minotti and Dela Breyne and Little Black Dress 2013 Fall Fashion Show presents their ARRIVE EARLY FOR COCKTAILS THURSDAY OCT 3 8PM @ REPUBLIC REIGN 462 KING STREET TO FIND OUT MORE CALL LITTLE BLACK DRESS BOUTIQUE AT (843) 573-7264 OR VISIT US AT 93 SOCIETY ST, DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON, SC 29401. COMETOTHE HOTTEST SPOT INTOWNTO EXPERIENCETHE SEXIEST FASHION,MUSIC,ANDWOMENALL IN ONE NIGHT.
  120. 120. Events/Cultural Entertainment 12,001 - 35,000 and Over 35,000 Divisions Combined Third Place The Sumter Item BobbyTouchberry and Manon Barwick and Sumter Cut Rate presents the Second Annual For More Information Call Todd Touchberry 803•983•5430 Entry Fee and Proceeds Benefit the Gamecock Shrine Club and its units Saturday, October 5th , 2013 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. • Oldest Car SPONSORED BY BULLOCK FUNERAL HOME • Best Convertible/Open Top SPONSORED BY GAMECOCK ON WHEELS • Best Engine Compartment SPONSORED BY STITCH INTERIORS • Manager’s Choice 32 S. MAIN STREET SUMTER SUMTER CUT RATE DRUGSTORE & SODA FOUNTAIN Caffeine and Gasoline Classic Car Show brought to you by Agapé Hospice 50/50 TICKETS • CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT • GIVEAWAYS Come show off your ride! Bring Your Cars, Trucks, Rat Rods, Etc. TROPHIES FOR Pre-Register Day of Event $ 10 $ 15 ––PER CAR––
  121. 121. Health Services Under 7,500 Division First Place The Independent Voice Ashley Ghere and Plaxico Judges’ Comments: The art makes this ad jump off the page. You get the message immediately. Great use of white space.
  122. 122. Health Services Under 7,500 Division Second Place Myrtle Beach Herald Patti Driggers and The Vein Center For‘Dear Santa’
  123. 123. Health Services Under 7,500 Division Third Place Pickens County Courier Emily Wright and The Foothills Retirement Community
  124. 124. Health Services 7,500 - 12,000 Division First Place The Island News Jennifer Walker and Lowcountry Oncology Judges’ Comments: The message has impact. The image and colors fit with the message. Very clean and open.
  125. 125. Health Services 7,500 - 12,000 Division Second Place The Lancaster News Lori Sistare and Vicki Jenkins and Gregory Health & Wellness
  126. 126. Health Services 7,500 - 12,000 Division Third Place Carolina Gateway Linda O’Neil and Vicki Jenkins and Carolina Vision
  127. 127. Health Services 12,001 - 35,000 Division First Place Herald-Journal Amanda Conley and Donna Brown and DeVore Dermatology Judges’ Comments: Good white space, consistent coloring, strong image. Spring Rejuvenation! Discover anti-age for the modern age. It’s time for a DEVORE DERMATOLOGY, P.A. 490 Floyd Road / Spartanburg, S.C. / 864.596.7546 www.devorederm.com For more information visit www.sculptraaesthetic.com S005-1594554
  128. 128. Health Services 12,001 - 35,000 Division Second Place Fort Mill Times Sherry Avant and Biehl Dentistry
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  130. 130. Health Services Over 35,000 Division First Place The Post and Courier Rob Combs and Kidz Planet Pediatric Dentistry Judges’ Comments: Kid appealing, friendly for children.
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