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LLR director suspends business license for repeated violations of illegal immigration law

April 28th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley today announced that the state of South Carolina has suspended the first business license under the South Carolina Illegal Immigration Reform Act after repeated and intentional violations.

Monterrey Mexican Restaurant of Killian, L.L.C., in Columbia, was notified today by the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (LLR) that it must suspend its operations for 10 consecutive days. Violation of the order will result in its business license being revoked for five years.

“At a time when President Obama has allowed ICE to abandon worksite enforcement and there are millions of illegal immigrants in the workforce, South Carolina is identifying the problem and addressing it,” Gov. Haley said.

Under the South Carolina Illegal Immigration Reform Act, all businesses in South Carolina have a business license to employ workers. That license can be suspended or revoked by the state if a business owner fails to verify the legal work status of employees within five business days after they are hired.

“In this economy, we need to ensure that every available job is held by an employee who is legally in this country and authorized to work,” LLR Director Catherine Templeton said.  “Employers who choose to ignore the requirements of the state immigration law in their hiring practices will be penalized.”

Gov. Haley said, "What you're seeing is an agency director and an administration that understand what it means to enforce the laws on the books."

Following an investigation by LLR on October 25, 2010, the restaurant was notified that four of its five employees were not authorized to work in the United States, and that state law required the termination of any illegal immigrants.

The department conducted a follow-up inspection on November 5, 2010 and found Monterrey had hired five new employees without verifying their employment eligibility.

In an agreement with LLR signed by restaurant ownership on January 6, 2011,  the business’ imputed license was suspended for 10 days but immediately stayed provided Monterrey terminate all unauthorized workers, pay a fine of $1,000, and conduct a self-audit to verify employment eligibility for all employees.

LLR conducted an unannounced audit of the restaurant on March 24, 2011 and found that the business had hired four new employees without properly verifying their work eligibility.

Since the law went into effect on July 1, 2009, LLR has audited 5,800 businesses and issued citations to 500 employers for violations related to employment verification. Information on employers cited can be found online.

Textile Trends LLC Announces New Operations in Union County

Investment expected to create 100 new jobs

April 28th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley, the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the Town of Jonesville and the Union County Development Board today announced that Textile Trends will establish its new production facility in Union County. The nearly $440,000 investment is expected to generate 100 new jobs.

“Union County has a history in the textile industry and so offered the perfect fit for our company. The county had a building to suit our needs and a workforce with the skill set we were looking for. We appreciate all the support we have received from state and local officials and we look forward to becoming a part of South Carolina’s business community,” said Johnny Winkler, Roy McCulley and Jack Walker, the co-owners of Textile Trends.

Textile Trends is a start-up company that will produce finished linen products used in the hospitality industry, such as napkins, table cloths and aprons. The company will establish its new cut-and-sew operation in the old Milliken building located at 305 Pacolet Street.

“It’s exciting to see a start-up company like Textile Trends locate in Jonesville because of what it says not just about Union County but about our entire state: businesses large and small recognize South Carolina as a place where they can grow. We welcome them,” said Gov. Haley.

“Our state has a long tradition in the textile industry and we look forward to Textile Trends becoming the newest member of that sector in South Carolina. Start-up companies play an important role in our state’s economy and this announcement is another sign that our efforts to encourage entrepreneurship are paying dividends,” said Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce.

“We welcome the addition of Textile Trends to the Jonesville community and to Union County,” said Andrena Powell-Baker, executive director of the Union County Development Board.  “Because of our rich and vibrant history in textiles, the company was able to identify the vacant Milliken Packaging building as an ideal location. They moved very quickly to lease the facility and began the process to initiate operations. They will be supplying a growth industry, so we are anticipating much success from this new startup company. The forecasted hiring of 100 people is great news for the state of South Carolina, Union County and the Town of Jonesville.”

“On behalf of the citizens of Jonesville and its Town Council, I want to personally welcome Textile Trends to our town,” said Jonesville Mayor Ernest Moore. “I am sure there are many people who are just as appreciative as the Council that the company chose our community to locate their business. Jonesville and the surrounding area offers a diverse talent pool of good people who need steady work and who would provide any company with valued associates. We look forward to working with the company and helping it grow for the good of all.”

“Textiles have always been the backbone of Union County and I’m glad to see the industry making a comeback,” said state Sen. Harvey Peeler. “We’re excited that Textile Trends has decided to locate its operations in South Carolina.”

The company will begin the hiring process in early May. Anyone interested in job opportunities with the company should contact the Union County Workforce Center at 864-427-5672 or 864-427-4119 at that time.

Gov. Haley, private businesses step up to teach public school students critical life skills

Financial literacy program provided at no cost to taxpayers

April 27th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley today announced a partnership with EverFi, BB&T and the South Carolina Bankers Association to offer students in South Carolina the opportunity to learn how to make sound personal financial decisions. The announcement was made at Airport High School where students are participating in EverFi’s financial literary course made possible at no cost to the taxpayers by BB&T and the S.C. Bankers Association.

Gov. Haley said, “The best part of what we’re talking about today is that when you’re in a budget year that’s tough, you go to your business partners and the private sector to help you. This is a private sector solution for our education system that is not costing the taxpayer one dollar but is saving these kids from having to learn lessons later on that could be hurtful.”

Video of Gov. Haley’s visit to the high school is available here.

The governor was joined at Airport High School by BB&T South Carolina President Mike Brenan, EverFi CEO Tom Davidson, representatives from the South Carolina Bankers Association and officials from Lexington County School District 2.

Gov. Haley said, “We have a great cooperative effort with Everfi, the South Carolina Bankers Association and BB&T. They have come together along with the governor's office to say that one way we can move South Carolina forward is to teach our children life skills.  Students need to know what a credit score is, how to use a check book or credit card responsibly, how they are going to pay for college and they need to understand what the ramifications of all of those things are. But we have to do it in a way that is fun.  I have two children, and I know that you can give them a book, but if you sit them in front of a computer, they soak it up.  So what has been done is to come up with a great product that will allow kids to learn life skills that will take them long past any text book and really teach them how to be productive citizens.”

ECAPS Corp. announces new facility in Marlboro County

Investment expected to create at least 150 new jobs

April 27th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley, the South Carolina Department of Commerce, Marlboro County Council, Marlboro County Economic Development Partnership and the North Eastern Strategic Alliance (NESA) today announced ECAPS Corp., a manufacturer of “green” building materials, will locate its new operations in Marlboro County. The company plans to invest at least $3.4 million and expects to generate at least 150 new jobs over the next five years, with the potential of more jobs and investment added during that time.

“ECAPS Corporation is pleased to announce our intent to locate our aluminum composite panel fabrication, distribution and customer service center in Marlboro County, South Carolina. Within the next three and a half years this decision will result in the development of 150 highly skilled new jobs and a capital investment of more than $3.4 million. Our stockholders have committed themselves unreservedly to this endeavor and they join me in making certain that no effort is spared in the timely commencement of the final phase of this important project,” said Steen Frandsen, CEO of ECAPS.

ECAPS Corp., a start-up “green” building materials aluminum cladding business, will locate its new manufacturing and distribution facility in Marlboro County in an existing manufacturing complex located at 239 Maple Street in Bennettsville. The company will engineer, manufacture and distribute customized solutions for aluminum composite cladding for new and old buildings from this new plant. 

“It’s so exciting to see this kind of multi-million dollar job creating investment in Marlboro County,” said Gov. Haley. “We’ve said all along that we’re going to bring jobs to every part of South Carolina, and that’s exactly what we've done during our first 100 days.”

“This announcement is another win for South Carolina, and one of our state’s rural areas in particular. We appreciate ECAPS Corp.’s decision to do business and create jobs in the Palmetto State. This announcement was the result of a team effort and provides another example of the results we can achieve by working together at the state and local levels,” said Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce.

ECAPS expects to begin ramping up its initial operations in a temporary setting while the complex is being readied for their occupancy. Limited manufacturing is expected to commence in the second quarter of this year.

Jacquiline Huard, co-founder and chairwoman of the ECAPS Board of Directors, said that the community of Marlboro County and the PeeDee would benefit from the continuing educational programs and curriculum. “The unique commitments to quality sets us apart from our competition and help build a strong foundation with our customers, our employees and the community at large.”

“The County Council is excited to welcome ECAPS Corp to Marlboro County,” said Marlboro County Council Chairman Ron Munnerlyn. “The 150 plus jobs that ECAPS is bringing to our county are critically important to our residents and the health of our community.  It is equally rewarding to be able to announce this in the context of the revitalization of the dormant Boro Wood Products Complex. ”

“For many years, this site was a vital part of our community. The ECAPS project will return this location to its former glory – creating jobs and revitalizing the immediate vicinity of the facility,” said Dr. Carolyn Prince, Marlboro County Council vice chairwoman and representative of the council district in which the ECAPS site is located.

“On behalf of the North Eastern Strategic Alliance, I would like to welcome yet another green industry to Marlboro County.  ECAPS Corporation has a bright future ahead of it,” said state Senator J. Yancey McGill, NESA chairman. “The same teamwork that brought it to the region will help it be successful here. I am encouraged by the announcement of this project and the recent announcement of Carolina AAC.  It looks like Marlboro County is developing a cluster that is on the cutting edge of the green building materials industry.  I look forward to watching ECAPS grow in Marlboro County.”

The company will begin hiring for the new positions immediately. The CEO will be relocating from the Florida coast. The company will roll out its new Web site Monday, April 29, at www.ECAPS.com and will be posting job information on its Web site the following day.  

A formal welcome ceremony will be held for ECAPS at the time it is ready to move into the renovated facility.

ECAPS Corp, based in Warren, Mich., designs and manufactures high-quality aluminum building materials for cladding the exterior of new and old buildings. The company’s products are made of a specially designed combination of aluminum sheets and composite insulating materials and are offered at competitive prices. For more information about the company, please visit www.ECAPS.com.

Gov. Nikki Haley to hold “Open Door after 4” meetings in Florence on Friday

Constituents have opportunity to meet with governor to discuss any issue

April 27th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley today announced that she will hold “Open Door after 4” constituent meetings on Friday, April 29, at Francis Marion University’s Lee Nursing Building. South Carolinians will have the opportunity to schedule one-on-one meetings with Gov. Haley to discuss any issue they would like to talk about.

Anyone wishing to schedule an “Open Door after 4” appointment with Gov. Haley should call (803) 734-1999 between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM on Thursday, April 28. Appointments are first-come, first-served. For more information, call (803) 734-2100.

Interstate Container Announces New Facility in Lexington County

More than $13 million investment expected to create 60 new jobs

April 27th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley, the South Carolina Department of Commerce, Lexington County and the Central SC Alliance today announced that Interstate Container will establish its new manufacturing facility in Lexington County. The more than $13 million investment is expected to generate 60 new jobs.

“We are pleased to move forward with plans for our newest facility. Lexington County offered us a great location and has the positive business environment we are looking for. South Carolina also provides our company with exceptional market access as we seek to increase our customer base. We appreciate all the support we have received from state and local officials,” said Jim Krahn, head of process and product innovation for Interstate Container.

Interstate Container will locate a containerboard manufacturing plant in Lexington County to produce specialty boxes used in shipping food products. The containers are considered “green” packaging and much easier to recycle than traditional boxes. The company expects to have the facility online in September.

“We’re working hard every day to recruit new businesses to South Carolina, in addition to taking care of the businesses we already have, and it’s exciting to see that hard work pay off with Interstate Container’s multi-million dollar, job creating investment in Lexington County,” said Gov. Nikki Haley.

“The decision by Interstate Container to locate its new facility in Lexington County not only speaks to our state’s business-friendly and talented workforce, but also its exceptional access to markets. South Carolina provides companies with a strategic location to reach markets all along the East Coast as well as throughout the Southeast,” said Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce.

The company will locate its new operations in the former Smurfit Stone building. Interstate Container is in the process of renovating the building to suit its operational needs.

“Lexington County’s commitment to the environment is evidenced by its support of Interstate Container, a 100 percent green, recyclable corrugated box manufacturer.  We are pleased that Interstate Resource’s investment will result in the adaptive reuse of an existing manufacturing facility, creating both tax base for the county and jobs for the citizens of the area,” said Lexington County Council Chairman Jim Kinard.

Central SC Alliance Chairman Jim Apple said, “Interstate Container will produce a high-tech corrugated paper material utilized in the food packaging sector. The product will be a 100 percent green and recyclable utilizing a proprietary wax substitute. This is a game changer in the recycling industry and we greatly appreciate their vote of confidence to produce this product in Lexington County. The company is making a significant investment and will generate jobs for citizens across the region.”

Interstate Container will begin hiring for operations team members, logistics team members and maintenance/electrical team members this month. Interested candidates should visit www.sctechjobs.com.

Interstate Container is an independent containerboard supplier of kraft linerboard and corrugating recycled medium to the open market. The company’s converting operations specialize in corrugated carton packaging and displays, corrugated and specialty sheets, and waxed and wax alternative corrugated packaging. For more information about Interstate Container, please visit www.interstatecontainer.com.

Gov. Haley praises S.C. Senate for upholding veto 31-0

Second veto upheld by entire chamber

April 26th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley today praised members of the South Carolina Senate for unanimously sustaining her veto of local legislative bill S 724 and thanked the bill’s sponsor, State Sen. Yancey McGill, for leading the floor effort to uphold the veto.  The veto was Gov. Haley’s second of unconstitutional local legislation and also the second to be unanimously upheld by a chamber of the General Assembly.

Traditionally, only members of the affected delegation have voted on vetoes pertaining to their local bills, and the governor views the full Senate's willingness to fulfill its duty and vote to sustain as a huge step forward.

Earlier this session, the entire State House upheld Gov. Haley’s first veto of local legislation 112-0, with that bill’s sponsor State Rep. Roland Smith leading the effort.

“I would like to thank the Senate for taking another step toward what I hope is the end of the unconstitutional practice of local legislation,” said Gov. Haley.  “I would also like to specifically thank Senator McGill for recognizing the fundamental problems with local legislation and for leading the charge to sustain my veto.  South Carolina is becoming a state that no longer disregards but respects and protects our Constitution."

In her veto message, Gov. Haley pointed to the Home Rule provisions in the state Constitution when she said, “Given these clear constitutional rules and my belief that the best government is that closest to the people, I will continue to veto any local legislation I believe is clearly unconstitutional and I ask that you sustain this veto and allow local governments to carry out its constitutional role to provide services to its residents.”

Governor’s veto message:  http://www.governor.sc.gov/executive/Documents/Veto%20Message%20S724,%20R20.pdf

Gov. Nikki Haley’s weekly schedule: April 25, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week includes the following public events:

Monday, April 25, 11:00 AM: Gov. Haley to attend swearing-in ceremony for South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services Director Kela Thomas, S.C. State University, Orangeburg, S.C.

Monday, April 25, 12:30 PM: Gov. Haley to attend Aiken Rotary Club, Aiken, S.C.

Monday, April 25, 2:00 PM: Gov. Haley to hold small business meet-and-greet, Daybreak Adult Care Services, Aiken, S.C.

Tuesday, April 26, 9:30 AM: Gov. Haley to attend National Federation of Independent Business press conference with Attorney General Alan Wilson, Senate Majority Leader Harvey Peeler, State Rep. Eric Bedingfield and NFIB leadership, Greenville, S.C.

Tuesday, April 26, 2:00 PM: Gov. Haley to hold small business meet-and-greet, Celebration Cottage, Rock Hill, S.C.

Wednesday, April 27, 10:00 AM: Gov. Haley to attend EverFi student financial literacy announcement, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 27, 12:30 PM: Gov. Haley to speak at Rally for our Veterans Program, north side of Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 27, 7:00 PM: Gov. Haley to attend S.C. Teacher of the Year Celebration, Columbia, S.C.

Thursday, April 28, 12:00 PM: Gov. Haley to speak at 6th Annual Free Enterprise Foundation Awards Luncheon, Charleston, S.C.

Note: As additional public events are added to the schedule, you’ll be notified.

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Schedule: April 18, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week of April 18 included the following:

Monday, April 18

11:00 AM:  Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

11:30 AM:  Gov. Haley met with Congresswoman Michelle Bachman, Columbia, S.C.

12:00 PM: Gov. Haley attended Columbia TEA Party Rally, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

2:45 PM: Agency meeting.

3:50 PM: Constituent meeting.

Tuesday, April 19

9:10 AM:  Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

9:20 AM: Agency meeting.

9:45 AM:  Legislative meeting.

11:00 AM: Gov. Haley attended 2011 South Carolina Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service, Columbia, S.C.

12:45 PM: Economic development meeting.

2:00 PM: Press conference.

3:30 PM: Legislative meeting.

4:30 PM: Gov. Haley, First Gentleman Michael Haley, and the First Family hosted the Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Mansion, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 20

8:45 AM: Gov. Haley appeared on “Morning Drive on Golf Channel” radio show.

9:30 AM: Economic development call.

9:45 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:00 AM: Legislative meeting.

10:15 AM: Agency meeting.

10:45 AM: Constitutional officer call.

11:00 AM: Newspaper interview.

11:35 AM: Congressional call.

1:30 PM: Constitutional officer call.

2:00 PM: Constituent meeting.

3:50 PM: Economic development call.

Thursday, April 21

10:00 AM: Economic development call.

11:30 AM: Press conference with Senator Lindsey Graham and Congressman Tim Scott, North Charleston, S.C.

12:00 PM: Congressional meeting.

12:35 PM: Gov. Haley called into Rocky D radio show in Charleston, S.C.

2:05 PM: Economic development call.

6:30 PM: Economic development meeting.

7:00 PM; Gov. Haley attended Tartan Club Cocktail Party, Heritage Tournament, Hilton Head Island, S.C.

Friday, April 22

11:45 AM: Newspaper interview.

12:00 PM: Newspaper interview.

Saturday, April 23

1:00 PM:  Gov. Haley attended the Heritage Tournament, Hilton Head Island, S.C.

1:15 PM: Newspaper interview.

4:30 PM: Television interview.

5:00 PM: Television interview.

Sunday, April 24

1:00 PM: Gov. Haley attended the Heritage Tournament, Hilton Head Island, S.C.

6:45 PM: Gov. Haley participated in the Heritage Tournament’s Closing Ceremony, Hilton Head Island, S.C.

Statement from Gov. Haley on frivolous union complaint against Boeing

April 20th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley today issued the following statement in response to the National Labor Relations Board complaint filed against Boeing by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers:

“This is an absolute assault on a great corporate citizen and on South Carolina’s right-to-work status. We will continue to do everything we can to protect that status, and to stand with companies like Boeing who understand what it means to take care of their employees without the interference of a meddlesome, self-serving union. This bullying will not be tolerated in South Carolina.”

S.C.’s First Family and Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital host Easter Egg Hunt

April 20th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Yesterday, Governor Nikki Haley, First Gentleman Michael Haley and the First Family joined Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital in hosting an annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Governor’s Mansion Complex.

Gov. Haley said, “We have a lot of kids and a lot of families going through some tough times, but they have a lot of courage. So, to be able to give them a day to just forget the world and have a good time at the Governor’s Mansion is something we’re glad to be a part of.”

Video of the Easter Egg Hunt is available here.

Gov. Haley: S.C.’s unemployment rate drops to single digits

Rate falls in every county across state

April 19th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley and South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce Director John Finan today announced, during a press conference held at Nuttall Tire in Columbia, that South Carolina’s unemployment rate has dropped to 9.9 percent, the lowest rate the state has seen since an all time high of 11.8 percent in 2009.

Video of today’s press conference is available here.

Today’s announcement marked the third straight month the rate has fallen since Gov. Haley took office. The unemployment rate dropped in each of South Carolina’s 46 counties.

Gov. Haley said, “This is an absolute reason to celebrate. We finally hit single digits in unemployment, and I will tell you that this didn’t happen by accident. We have a group that is working hard every day trying to find what we can do to keep our companies healthy and what we need to be doing on workforce training. I am on the phone every single day with companies – and I will tell you companies want to come. And they want to come because we’re a great state to work in and competitive by nature.”

Flame Spray S.p.A. Announces New Facility in Laurens County

$9.2 million investment expected to create more than 50 new jobs

April 19th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley, the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the Laurens County Development Corporation and Laurens County today announced that Flame Spray S.p.A., an Italian international group and leading maker of thermal spray coatings, will establish its new production facility in Laurens County. The $9.2 million investment is expected to generate more than 50 new jobs over the next five years and establish a state-of-the-art thermal spray coating facility in Laurens County.

“We are very excited about establishing our North American production facility in South Carolina. Laurens County provided us with an excellent production facility and has the skilled workforce to suit our needs. Flame Spray would like to thank everyone at the South Carolina Department of Commerce and the Laurens County Development Corporation for all their hard work and assistance in helping us establish operations in Laurens County, South Carolina. We look forward to starting production at our new facility and growing our market share throughout North America,” said Marco Prosperini, Managing Director of Flame Spray S.p.A. and President and CEO of Flame Spray North America Inc.

The U.S. operations will be carried out by Flame Spray North America Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Flame Spray S.p.A. The company will establish the facility in the Woodfield Speculative Building in Woodfield Industrial Park.

“Flame Spray’s job-creating, multi-million dollar investment in Laurens County is exciting news,” said Gov. Haley. “It demonstrates how committed we are to bringing jobs to rural areas in addition to big cities, and it’s just the beginning of what we’re going to see when we work to reduce taxes, cut red tape and preserve our right-to-work status.”

“South Carolina continues to attract investment from companies from around the world and this announcement provides the latest example. Flame Spray S.p.A.’s decision to locate its new North American operations in Laurens County is another sign that our state is doing the right things to compete in the global market place. We are committed to building on these efforts,” said Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce.

Flame Spray expects to begin operations in the new facility by the fourth quarter of 2011. The Laurens County facility will manufacture thermal spray coating mainly for industrial gas turbine and aircraft components.

“Laurens County has positioned itself for the future and today’s announcement is just one example that our plan is paying off,” said Laurens County Council Chairman Jim Coleman. “We especially want to thank Eddie Latham for working with us to develop the spec building that Flame Spray will occupy.”

Laurens County Councilman Ted Nash stated, “We are very excited about Flame Spray’s announcement and look forward to working with them for many years to come”.

The company will begin hiring for the new positions in May. Anyone interested in job opportunities with the company should contact the Laurens County Workforce Center at 864-833-0412.

Flame Spray S.p.A., headquartered in Roncello, Italy, has been in the thermal spray coatings business for more than four decades. The group specializes in the production of thermal spray coatings, diffusion coatings, slurry coatings, cladding and welding processes and its products are used in a wide range of industries, including the energy generation, steel, oil & gas, aerospace, railway and paper mills. For more information about Flame Spray, please visit www.flamespray.org.

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Weekly Schedule: April 18, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week includes the following public events:

Monday, April 18, 12:00 PM: Gov. Haley will speak at Columbia Tea Party Rally, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Tuesday, April 19, 11:00 AM: Gov. Haley will attend 2011 South Carolina Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service, S.C. Fire Academy, Columbia, S.C.

Tuesday, April 19, 4:30 PM: Gov. Haley, First Gentleman Michael Haley, and the First Family will host Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Governor’s Mansion Complex, Columbia, S.C.

Thursday, April 21 – Sunday, April 24: Gov. Haley will attend Heritage Tournament, Hilton Head Island, S.C.

Note: As additional public events are added to the schedule, you’ll be notified.

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Schedule: April 11, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week of April 11 included the following:

Monday, April 11

9:30 AM: Economic development call.

2:20 PM: Economic development call.

4:50 PM: Economic development call.

Tuesday, April 12

7:30 AM: Gov. Haley attended Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce’s April Breakfast Meeting, Lexington, S.C.

8:45 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

9:30 AM: Legislative meeting.

10:10 AM: Congressional call.

10:20 AM: Economic development call.

10:30 AM: Economic development call.

10:40 AM: Agency meeting.

11:00 AM: Economic development meeting.

11:30 AM: Bill signing.

12:00 PM: Gov. Haley greeted students from Ballentine Elementary School, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

12:45 PM: Economic development call.

1:00 PM: Legislative meeting.

1:45 PM: Economic development meeting.

2:15 PM: Television interview.

2:30 PM: Television interview.

2:45 PM: Legislative meeting.

3:00 PM: Television interview.

3:15 PM: Economic development meeting.

3:50 PM: Newspaper interview.

5:20 PM: Agency meeting.

Wednesday, April 13

9:30 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

11:15 AM: Gov. Haley met with Leadership Pickens County, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

11:30 AM: Gov. Haley greeted students from Landrum Middle School, Columbia, S.C.

11:45 AM: Constituent meeting.

11:55 AM: Agency meeting.

12:15 PM: Agency meeting.

2:00 PM: Legislative meeting.

3:00 PM: Agency meeting.

3:30 PM: Economic development call.

4:00 PM: Constituent meeting.

Thursday, April 14

9:15 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

9:30 AM: Gov. Haley met with Boys and Girls Club Alliance, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

11:00 AM Gov. Haley greeted students from New Providence Elementary School, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

1:00 PM: Gov. Haley met with TeenPact Leadership, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

1:30 PM: Gov. Haley greeted students from St. John’s Christian Academy, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

2:00 PM: Economic development call.

2:15 PM: Newspaper interview.

4:30 PM: Legislative calls.

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products Announces New Operations in Union County

$19 million investment expected to create at least 100 jobs

April 13th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley, the South Carolina Department of Commerce and the Union County Development Board today announced that ESAB Welding & Cutting Products will open a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Union County. The more than $19 million investment is expected to generate at least 100 jobs, with the potential for more in the future.

“We are encouraged by the forecast improvements in the economic outlook and excited about the investments being made in this new facility to support our North American initiatives,” said Andrew Masterman, president and CEO of ESAB North America. “The goal is to optimize our manufacturing operations to enable us to better support our customers.  ESAB is financially strong, and we believe this investment demonstrates our commitment to the business to make sure we can take competitive advantage of opportunities as the economy recovers.”

ESAB is currently conducting a due diligence on the new location in Union County. The company plans to manufacture its line of MIG and Sub Arc welding wire at a new 250,000-square-foot facility. Initial lines are planned to be in production by the end of 2011. The company expects the new location will provide world-class improvements to the manufacturing process that will increase ESAB’s ability to deliver high performance welding wire to its growing customer base.

“We are excited to see another world-class company choose to make a major investment in one of our state’s rural areas. ESAB Welding’s decision to invest more than $19 million and create more than 100 jobs is great news for Union County and our entire state. This is more proof that we are doing the right things to make South Carolina competitive for business development,” said Gov. Nikki Haley.

“ESAB Welding has been an important part of our state’s business community for a number of years and this announcement confirms its commitment to our state. South Carolina’s business-friendly climate and talented workforce continue to attract investments that create jobs. We appreciate ESAB’s decision to continue doing business in the Palmetto State,” said Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce.

According to ESAB, the goal for creating this new facility is to expand on the company’s commitment to best practices in manufacturing. This is another step ESAB is taking to achieve its goal to be recognized as the world’s welding & cutting authority. “We are fully committed to support the North American market, which represents about a quarter of ESAB’s global revenue. We will, in fact, be better equipped to support our current customer base and better serve their future needs with this new facility,” Masterman said.

“ESAB’s decision to locate its welding wire operation in Union County could not have come at a better time.  We are very excited about what this project of 100 jobs and $19 million dollars in capital investment will do to stimulate our local economy,” said Union County Development Board Executive Director Andrena Powell-Baker. “The stability of ESAB is very encouraging; and, we expect that they will be around for a very long time providing job opportunities for our citizens. We look forward to helping them reach their goal of being recognized as the world’s welding & cutting authority.” 

ESAB also has a facility located in Florence, which has been in operation since 1966 and employs 550 people, and business offices in Columbia.

The company plans to begin filling positions at the facility in the coming months.  Available positions as well as additional employment details will be provided to the public once recruitment efforts begin.

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products is one of the world’s largest and most skilled manufacturers of welding and cutting equipment and welding filler metals. Ensuring customer satisfaction, a wide range of ESAB products carry the 100 percent Satisfaction Guarantee. ESAB is an international company valuing integrity, experience, innovation and partnership. Every aspect of ESAB product development and day-to-day interaction with customers is consistently informed by a belief in strength through cooperation. For more information on the company, please visit www.esabna.com

Apex Tool Group LLC Announces Expansion in Sumter County
April 13th
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Nikki Haley, the South Carolina Department of Commerce and Sumter County today announced that Apex Tool Group LLC will expand its operations in Sumter County. The company expects to invest nearly $1.4 million and generate 33 new jobs as part of the expansion.

“We are pleased to move forward with our expansion plans in Sumter County. This expansion will not only allow us to operate more efficiently, but also help us better serve our customers. South Carolina provides us with an excellent environment in which to do business and we look forward to our future growth here,” said Charles Klein, Director of Operations for Apex Tool Group.

Apex Tool Group will expand its Sumter facility where the company produces hand tools under the Crescent®, Wiss®, HK Porter ® and Xcelite® brands.  The expansion will allow the company to increase capacity at the facility. The expansion is expected to be completed by the third quarter of this year.

“Our administration has made bringing jobs to every part of our state a top priority, and that’s why we’re so excited to see Apex Tool Group invest in our state, expand operations and create jobs in Sumter County,” said Gov. Haley. “It’s proof that if we continue to work day in and day out to make our state the most competitive in the country for business development that our businesses will grow and our economy will flourish.”

“We appreciate Apex Tool Group’s decision to increase operations at its Sumter facility. This announcement not only indicates the company’s commitment to our state, but also that South Carolina’s business-friendly climate encourages growth among our existing businesses,” said Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce.

“On behalf of Sumter County Council, we’re extremely pleased that Apex Tool Group has decided to continue the company’s long history of investments in our community,” said Sumter County Council Chairman Gene Baten. “Sumter County needs jobs, and it’s especially gratifying when they are created by companies we have known and worked with for many years. We wish the company great success, and pledge to do what we can to help Apex Tool Group prosper and grow in Sumter County.”

“I’ve always said that existing industry expansions are proof that our community is doing the things it needs to do to help businesses grow and prosper,” said Sumter Mayor Joe McElveen. “This is just one more piece of evidence that Sumter is a great place to do business, that we have a capable labor force eager to work, and that our leadership knows how to create an environment for business growth.”  

“The people of Sumter County probably know Apex Tool Group by its former name, Cooper Tools. But regardless of what the company is called, this expansion continues a strong tradition of creating jobs and investing millions of dollars in Sumter’s Live Oak Industrial Park,” said Sumter Development Board Chairman Greg A. Thompson. “We’re especially proud that the company has weathered the recession to only grow stronger in Sumter County.”

The company plans to begin hiring for the positions this month.  Anyone interested in job opportunities with the company should contact the Sumter Workforce Center located at 29 E. Calhoun Street at 803-773-7359.

About Apex Tool Group

Apex Tool Group was formed in July 2010 as a joint venture combining two premier tool manufacturers: Danaher Tool Group and Cooper Tools. Together, the two businesses offer industrial, commercial and do-it-yourself customers an unparalleled selection of over 30 leading brands, including Crescent, GearWrench, Armstrong and Weller. Guided by a strong team of seasoned industry executives, the new company is dedicated to providing its customers with outstanding products, timely delivery and customer service that is second to none. For more information about Apex Tool Group, please visit www.apextoolgroup.com.

Gov. Nikki Haley: "We have changed the face of South Carolina forever"

April 12th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley today was joined by grassroots activists from across South Carolina and legislators at a historic ceremony during which she signed H 3004 the Spending Accountability Act of 2011 into law. In doing so, Gov. Haley ensured that the people of South Carolina will know how their legislators are spending their tax dollars by putting legislative votes on the record.

Video of the governor’s ceremony is available here. In addition to the governor, State Rep. Nathan Ballentine, State Sen. Larry Martin and South Carolina Policy Council President Ashley Landess delivered remarks at today’s press conference.

Gov. Haley said, “This is an absolutely historic day.  It's a historic day because this is a three year battle that we took on and we said, this is about the people of this state. And this is about the people having the right to know what their elected officials are doing all the time, because elected officials work for the people not the other way around. And today we have just gone from one of the weakest states in the country on transparency to one of the strongest in the nation on accountability.

“I will tell you the biggest message that I want everyone to take from this is that this bill is not about any of us. This would not have happened without the will of the people. This is what happens when people care about their government. Because when people care about their government and they do something about it elected officials listen. To those who fought with us: your elected officials listened.  They heard you.  You were persistent.  You reminded them how important this was. This is your day.

“We have changed the face of South Carolina forever.”

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Weekly Schedule: April 11, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week includes the following public events:

Tuesday, April 12, 7:30 AM: Gov. Haley to attend Greater Lexington County Chamber of Commerce, April Breakfast Meeting, Lexington, S.C.

Tuesday, April 12, 11:30 AM: Gov. Haley to hold historic bill signing ceremony to put legislative votes on the record, Statehouse first floor lobby, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 13, 11:15 AM: Gov. Haley to greet Leadership Pickens County, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Thursday, April 14, 9:30 AM: Gov. Haley to meet with Boys and Girls Club Alliance, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Thursday, April 14, 10:30 AM: Gov. Haley to greet students from New Providence Elementary School, Columbia, S.C.

Note: As additional public events are added to the schedule, you’ll be notified.

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Schedule: April 4, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week of April 4 included the following:

Monday, April 4

9:45 AM:  Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:15 AM:  Gov. Haley greeted students from Union Christian Day School, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

11:10 AM: Economic development meeting.

2:00 PM: Gov. Haley recognized South Carolina Mother of the Year, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

3:00 PM: Gov. Haley and the Mother of the Year Search Committee hosted Mother of the Year Tea, Mansion, Columbia, S.C.

Tuesday, April 5

9:30 AM:  Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

9:35 AM: Legislative meeting.

11:00 AM:  Economic development call.

11:30 AM: Economic development call.

11:45 AM: Gov. Haley met with Leadership Oconee, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

1:00 PM: Call with fellow governor.

1:15 PM: Constitutional officer call.

1:30 PM: Constituent meeting.

3:00 PM: Constituent meeting.

4:45 PM: Economic development call.

5:00 PM: Gov. Haley appeared on “Afternoon Drive with Keven Cohen,” Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 6

9:30 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:00 AM: Gov. Haley met with Dr. Darrel Staat and South Carolina technical college presidents, Columbia, S.C.

10:45 AM: Agency meeting.

11:15 AM: Press conference.

1:30 PM: Agency meeting.

2:00 PM: Gov. Haley greeted students with the Future Leaders Exchange Program, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

2:30 PM: Gov. Haley met with Leadership Pendleton, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

3:15 PM: Legislative meeting.

4:00 PM: Gov. Haley held bill signing ceremony, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

4:20 PM: Legislative meeting.

4:40 PM: Legislative meeting.

6:00 PM: Gov. Haley recognized at Lexington County Farm Bureau event, S.C. Farmers Market, West Columbia, S.C.

8:30 PM: Economic development call.

Thursday, April 7

10:00 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

11:30 AM: Gov. Haley held bill signing ceremony, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

4:30 PM: Economic development call.

6:30 PM: Economic development meeting.

Friday, April 8

7:30 AM: Gov. Haley was guest speaker at the Heritage Foundation Annual Leadership Conference, Palm Beach, FL.

11:30 AM: Economic development meeting.

12:00 PM: Gov. Haley spoke at State of Israel Bonds Luncheon, Boca Raton, FL.

Saturday, April 9

6:40 PM: Economic development call.

Gov. Haley takes major step toward ending unconstitutional practice of local legislation

April 7th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley today was joined by State Rep. Roland Smith and members of the Aiken legislative delegation as she signed into law a bill that was the result of their work toward good government reform that moves South Carolina forward and does not violate the constitution.

The governor signed H 3625 – a bill that prohibits an individual from serving on the governing body of a state, county, municipal board or commission while at the same time being employed by that board or commission. Previously, State Rep. Smith had filed a similar piece of local legislation that Gov. Haley vetoed, saying it violated the Constitution and home rule, and State Rep. Smith led the House’s effort to unanimously uphold the veto.

Watch video of the bill signing here.

Gov. Haley said, “This is a very exciting day. When we started in this legislative session, what we had was local legislation that came before us. And in the General Assembly, there are a lot of traditions that take place. As a House member, I knew that whenever local legislation came up, the local delegation voted on it, and then it moved on. What I didn’t know is that every time that happens, it is unconstitutional: it violates home rule.

“And so the first thing I thought of was how we are going to fix this. People said no other governor has been able to fix this, it’s just what happens. But I said no, we’re not going to let this happen. The first local bill that came up was one by State Rep. Roland Smith, and it said we were going to prohibit someone in Aiken County from serving on a government body while employed by that body. It was a good piece of legislation. It was common sense. It was good government. But if it’s good enough for Aiken, why isn’t it good enough to go statewide?

“I am proud to say that as I stand next to my friend State Rep. Roland Smith, he said that if we’re going to do this, let’s do it right. So, he and I worked together, and the state is better off because we have a good government bill. This is what good government looks like. When we see something wrong, we can work together to make it right.”

Gov. Haley celebrates big win for patients, taxpayers at bill signing

April 6th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley today signed into law S 434 - a bill that suspends four provisos, giving the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services director the flexibility he needs in our Medicaid program.

Watch video of the bill signing here.

Gov. Haley said, “This is certainly an exciting day for me because we are stepping up with the rest of the country. You heard me say in the State of the State that we were the only state in the country that didn’t allow our Health and Human Services director the flexibility he needed to drive costs out of the system. What you are seeing when we sign this bill is that we are saying the patients come first, the providers are secondary, and through that we will prevent further service reductions. Taxpayers deserve the most health for their tax dollar. Where Medicaid is now overpaying for fees, we need the flexibility to correct this. The bottom line is this will save taxpayers money. I personally want to thank Senator Harvey Peeler who really carried the water on this bill and understood that we needed to step up and move South Carolina forward. Chairman Dan Cooper and State Rep. Brian White were extremely helpful, and Senator Yancey McGill was very instrumental in helping us get this passed as well.”

Gov. Haley announces toll free waste, fraud and abuse hotline

April 5th

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley and State Inspector General George Schroeder today announced a toll free phone number that South Carolinians can call anonymously to report waste, fraud and abuse they see in state government: 1 – 855 – SC FRAUD.
 
“We have constituents who see waste, and they want to tell someone about it,” said Gov. Haley. “We have state employees who see fraud and abuse, and they want to tell someone about it. Now, they have a phone number to call toll free and someone to tell – our Inspector General – who will take action to investigate it.”
 
Last month, Gov. Haley created by executive order the position of State Inspector General and named George Schroeder as the first appointment to this position. The State Inspector General is charged with detecting, exposing and deterring fraud, waste, mismanagement, and abuse in programs and operations of executive agencies. 
 
Gov. Haley’s executive order is available here, and video of Gov. Haley’s press conference announcing Schroeder’s appointment is available here.

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Weekly Schedule: April 4, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week includes the following public events:

Monday, April 4, 10:15 AM: Gov. Haley to greet students from Union Christian Day School, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Monday, April 4, 2:00 PM: Gov. Haley to recognize South Carolina Mother of the Year, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Tuesday, April 5, 11:45 AM: Gov. Haley to meet with Leadership Oconee, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 6, 11:15 AM: Gov. Haley and technical college presidents to hold press availability, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 6, 2:00 PM: Gov. Haley to greet students with the Future Leaders Exchange Program, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, April 6, 2:30 PM: Gov. Haley to meet with Leadership Pendleton, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Friday, April 8, 7:30 AM: Gov. Haley to be guest speaker at the Heritage Foundation Annual Leadership Conference, Palm Beach, FL.

Friday, April 8, 12:00 PM: Gov. Haley to speak at State of Israel Bonds Luncheon, Boca Raton, FL.

Note: As additional public events are added to the schedule, you’ll be notified.

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Schedule: March 28, 2011

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule for the week of March 28 included the following:

Monday, March 28

9:30 AM:  Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:00 AM: Gov. Haley held Cabinet meeting, Room 252, Edgar Brown Building, Statehouse grounds, Columbia, S.C.

1:00 PM: Economic development meeting.

1:30 PM: Agency meeting.

2:00 PM: Economic development meeting.

4:00 PM: Gov. Haley held “Open Door after 4” meetings, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

Tuesday, March 29

10:00 AM: Economic development call.

10:45 AM:  Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:50 AM: Legislative meeting.

11:15 AM: Gov. Haley spoke at the Special Olympics Rally, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

12:15 PM: Legislative meeting.

1:00 PM: Legislative meeting.

2:00 PM: Legislative meeting.

2:30 PM: Agency call.

2:35 PM:  Economic development call.

2:45 PM: Economic development meeting.

3:15 PM: Economic development call.

3:30 PM: Constitutional officer meeting.

4:00 PM: Economic development call.

5:00 PM: Economic development call.

Wednesday, March 30

9:30 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:00 AM: Gov. Haley met with students from Andrew Jackson Academy, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:50 AM: Legislative meeting.

11:20 AM: Agency meeting.

11:35 AM: Legislative meeting.

11:45 AM: Constituent meeting.

12:30 PM: Gov. Haley gave welcoming remarks at the Annual Jean Laney Harris Memorial Luncheon for Women in Government, Seawell’s, Columbia, S.C.

2:15 PM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

2:30 PM: Gov. Haley greeted students from Cedar Grove Elementary School, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

2:45 PM: Gov. Haley met with members of YMCA Youth in Government, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

3:08 PM: Gov. Haley called into 560 WVOC radio’s “Afternoon Drive with Keven Cohen.”

3:30 PM: Constituent meeting.

4:05 PM: Gov. Haley called into the Bob McLain News Radio Show on WORD.

Thursday, March 31

8:40 AM: Gov. Haley called into News Radio 1290 WTKS morning show with Bill Edwards covering HHI/Bluffton area.

9:30 AM: Gov. Haley called into The Mike Gallagher Show.

9:50 AM: Agency call.

11:00 AM: Gov. Haley attended Tanger Outlets grand re-opening and ribbon cutting, Bluffton, S.C.

12:00 PM: Economic development meeting.

1:30 PM: Gov. Haley visited with students at Bluffton Middle School, Bluffton, S.C.

Friday, April 1

9:45 AM: Gov. Haley arrived at the Office of the Governor for office hours, Statehouse, Columbia, S.C.

10:30 AM: Economic development meeting.

11:00 AM: Economic development meeting.

12:30 PM: Economic development meeting.

2:30 PM: Economic development meeting.

3:00 PM: Gov. Haley participated in Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards Ceremony, Statehouse lobby, Columbia, S.C.

3:30 PM: Agency meeting.

5:00 PM: Economic development call.

7:00 PM: Gov. Haley honored at the Southeastern Institute for Women in Politics’ 2011 Leading Women Dinner, Columbia, S.C.

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