August 05, 2008
SCBT Designs House for Upstate Women’s Show
WHAT: SCBT has designed a house that will fit into the Upstate Women’s Show. Visit booth XX for free seminars on the following topics:
We're GrowingSaturday 2:30 p.m. and Sunday 3:00 p.m.
Get tips from an interior designer and learn how to use the equity in your house to pay for renovations.
Grow Your FutureSaturday 11:00 a.m.
Learn how investment decisions you make today will affect you tomorrow.
Where Do I "Grow" From HereSaturday 4:00 p.m. and Sunday 1:30 p.m.
You’ve got a great idea; now learn how to turn it into a great business.
WHEN: August 22-24, 2008
QUOTES: “We wanted a way to show women attending the show how we can impact their
everyday lives,” said Emily Dean, retail market leader for SCBT. “We thought what better way than to design a house that is unique, comfortable, and full of ideas for them. In this house, we will not only be able to speak with them one on one about their personal and business finances, but we’ll be offering several workshops throughout the weekend that will provide them relevant and practical tips they can walk away and use.”
“Any woman coming by our house will not leave empty handed,” said Dean. “Not only will she get great decorating ideas and tips for retirement, but we are also giving away $25 gas cards, gardening kits, and other great prizes.”
ADDITIONAL DETAILS: For more information about the Upstate Women's Show, visit UpstateWomensShow.com.
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SCBT Financial Corporation, Columbia, South Carolina is a registered bank holding company incorporated under the laws of South Carolina. The company has three subsidiary banks which are South Carolina Bank and Trust, N.A., the fourth largest bank headquartered in South Carolina; South Carolina Bank and Trust of the Piedmont, N.A.; and The Scottish Bank, N.A. Providing financial services for over 73 years, SCBT Financial Corporation operates 50 financial centers in 16 South Carolina counties and Mecklenburg County of North Carolina and has assets of approximately $2.8 billion. More information can be found at www.SCBTonline.com.