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August 24, 2023

Faith

Embrace the Boom

Bill Jordan is a radio guy. He has entertained and informed thousands of people and has some important thoughts about making the most of our one and only life, especially life after our day-to-day working careers end. Before Bill tells us how to “Embrace the Boom,” I want to help you get to know him a bit better. Born and raised in Newport News, Va., Bill attended college for one year at the University of Richmond. His older brother told him he “might” like to get involved in the campus

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B2B Podcasting

Music to the ears

You’ll want to hear this. Learn how famous musicians are supporting local education as Mike Petchenik explains in the latest edition of Biz Bits.

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Consumer Stories

Real Talk Real Estate: Rental Fraud: A True Story

Hi, Augusta Business Daily! My name is Leanna Woodward, yes Woodward, you read that right. I am the daughter of your favorite CSRA realtor and the usual writer of this column, Shawna Woodward. My mom asked me to write this article because I am a living, breathing cautionary tale about rental fraud. My mom told me, “If it seems too good to be true, it probably is,” and man, was she right. The rental market has been a nightmare here in Savannah, especially being as young and inexperienced as I

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Consumer Stories

August continues to be a prime month for job seekers

SC Works, the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce’s online resource for job seekers, brought nearly three dozen Aiken County employers to an Aug. 24 job fair at the North Augusta Community Center. The event was coordinated by the SC Works’ Lower Savannah office, which also brought its mobile unit. Tameka Johnson, regional manager for the Lower Savannah office said job seekers can look up jobs and access other services, including resume assistance, on the website, but they like meeting with the public. “A lot of people do not

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Consumer Stories

High-goal polo takes flight once again

For the first time in nearly two decades, the AFM Give Me Wings Polo Match at La Bourgogne Club de Polo will bring high-goal, professional polo back to the Aiken area with a $30,000 prize. In a county sporting some of the oldest polo history in the U.S., this match is not to be missed. Usually, 20+ goal polo is reserved for venues like Wellington, Fla., home of the U.S. Open. The match will be held at La Bourgogne Club de Polo located at 1150 Coleman Bridge Rd, Wagener, S.C.

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