Pamela M Nicholson CEO for Enterprise Named in New Subpoena Ahead of Florida Theft Trial

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Pamela M Nicholson CEO Subpoena – 18-SC-001768

National Car Rental civil theft plaintiff rushes new subpoena to St. Louis Sheriff for service after C T Corporation System responds ‘not registered agent’

Enterprise has been accused of running a ding-and-dent scam so often by readers of this site, I’ve lost count.”

— Christopher Elliott, Consumer Advocate at

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, August 15, 2018 / — SubscriberWise, the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today a revised subpoena urgently prepared for Enterprise Holdings President and CEO Pamela M. Nicholson. The subpoena COMMANDS the chief executive to appear and testify at the civil theft trial, Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings, Inc., in the County Court of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Lee County Florida.

The trial is scheduled for August 22, 2018, in Fort Myers, Florida, Honorable Archie B. Hayward, Jr.

The Lee County Clerk of the Court issued the subsequent subpoena to Pro Se plaintiff and crime victim David Howe on Wednesday, August 15, 2018, one day after a docket entry was filed indicating ‘C T Corporation System has determined it is not the registered agent for an entity by the name of Pamela Nicholson’ (

See the official court filing and response from C T Corporation System:

Related: IBM Gets Desperate Plea from Enterprise Holdings Crime Survivor, SubscriberWise Confirms —

Related: Lee County Honorable Archie B. Hayward Jr. Receives Jury Request from National Car Rental Fraud Victim, SubscriberWise Confirms —

Related: 'FIVE ALARM FRAUD' at Enterprise Holdings' National Rental after Attorneys Make Shocking Admission to Lee Clerk of Court —

About SubscriberWise

SubscriberWise® launched as the first issuing consumer reporting agency exclusively for the cable industry in 2006. The company filed extensive documentation and end-user agreements to access TransUnion’s consumer database. In 2009, SubscriberWise and TransUnion announced a joint marketing agreement for the benefit of America’s cable operators ( Today SubscriberWise is a risk management preferred-solutions provider for the National Cable Television Cooperative.

SubscriberWise contributions to the communications industry are quantified in the billions of dollars annually.

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Enterprise Holdings companies ‘Expedient’ rental process places consumes in grave financial danger

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A New Way to Travel

Make and Save Money While You Travel or Shop

SQM's field force makes money and saves money in return for providing feedback on their experiences with various businesses.”

— David Lipton

TORONTO, CANADA, August 15, 2018 / — As companies continue to protect their brands and attempt to keep customers coming back, Sensors Quality Management Inc. (SQM), continues its growth in the United States.

As a result of a recent expansion, SQM expects to hire between 10,000 and 15,000 new inspectors, across the country, to complete the company's various assignments.

"Whether it's flying on various airlines, traveling by bus, staying in hotels, dining in restaurants or buying clothes, SQM's field force makes money and saves money in return for providing feedback on their experiences with various businesses", says David Lipton, President of SQM.

One of the company's most popular assignments involves Mystery Shopping the travel industry which provides the inspectors various opportunities to receive significant travel savings. The inspectors receive 50% off of air travel in return for evaluating the company's service, while a second type of assignment involves completing a short survey in return for up to $50.00 off of intercity/interstate bus travel. These inspections are popular with travelers on a budget who are looking for cheap flights or inexpensive trips.

“Consumers who are looking for a deal love the work, and we are thrilled to know we can help them save money while making the purchases that they want to,” says company spokesperson, Amy Chen.

More information about SQM and an online application form can be found on the company's website, or at

Sensors Quality Management Inc. (SQM) is a Toronto-based company which assists organizations in improving their customer and employee experiences, by providing the truth. SQM offers its world-wide clientele a variety of programs and services, including: Mystery Shopping, Quality / Service Assurance, Market Research, Field Merchandising, Online Feedback, and Internal Audit Software. For additional information, please contact:

Ms. Alina Stecko
Sensors Quality Management Inc. (SQM)
156 Duncan Mill Road, Unit 19
Toronto, ON M3B 3N2
Phone: 416-444-4491
Fax: 416-444-2422

David Lipton
Sensors Quality Management Inc.
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Old Mill District Hosts Art in the High Desert in Bend, Oregon

Art in the High Desert booths in the Old Mill District.

Artists in Action plein air art creation in Bend, Oregon.

Annual fine arts event is surrounded by other art-focused initiatives in the Bend, Oregon shopping, dining and entertainment district

BEND, OR, USA, August 15, 2018 / — The Old Mill District will host Art in the High Desert for the 10th year in a row later this month. Highlighting the district’s commitment to nurturing the arts in the community, this annual event is surrounded by several other art-related initiatives, including plein air art events, permanent art installations and gallery exhibits.

Upcoming Events:
– Art in the High Desert, August 24-26: This weekend-long event is Central Oregon's premier juried fine art and craft show, featuring more than 115 nationally acclaimed, hand-picked, visual artists from across the country and Canada. Ranked 10th in the Nation by Art Fair Sourcebook, this annual event has been presenting art lovers and collectors with impeccable fine arts and crafts for ten years.

– Artists in Action, August 23, September 13 and 27, 10am – noon: A collaboration of artists from the Old Mill District, Tumalo Art Co., Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery and Nature Inspired Photography & Furniture created this series of events during which the public can enjoy watching and engaging with the artists as they produce different works plein air as well as in their studios or in a gallery. The three-month series will culminate with a show on First Friday, October 5, exhibiting the art created during the event. See the full schedule at

– First Friday Art Walk, September 7: Tumalo Art Company welcomes an exhibition from a new artist or group of artists each month, featuring them during First Friday. In September, the gallery will be displaying “Autumn Light”, a group show celebrating the season. The Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery will also feature select works from 5-8 p.m.

New and Upcoming Installations:
– Visit Bend’s popular Tin Pan Alley art collection recently expanded to the Old Mill District with four initial pieces on display from local artists. The program, which started in Bend’s Tin Pan Alley, has grown to more than 28 pieces. The new Old Mill District additions are located by Gymboree, in the plaza between Victoria’s Secret and Strictly Organic, on the wall of Banana Republic, and on the Gap facing Center Plaza.

– Several new outdoor murals are in the works for various locations throughout the Old Mill District. An installation this fall will feature beloved local Sisters artist Dennis McGregor. Look for more details soon.

About the Old Mill District
One of the Pacific Northwest’s most distinctive and dynamic mixed-use developments, the Old Mill District is located on 270 acres that formerly housed one of the largest sawmill operations in the world. The rich history of the land is coupled with spectacular mountain views, scenic river vistas and an extensive trail system to enjoy the outdoors. More than 55 local, regional and national retailers and businesses call the Old Mill District home. The Old Mill District – Bend’s most unique shopping, dining, living, and entertainment experience.


Noelle Fredland
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Photographer Captures Legacy of United States During Artist Residency at Gettysburg Battlefield

Evening Gettysburg Photo by NPAF Resident James Schlett

Sunset Memorial by NPAF Resident James Schlett

I plan to capture the aspects of the “cross-roads” and how the spokes all centered into Gettysburg that made this location a critical one as the site of the three days of battle.”

— James Schlett, NPAF Artist in Residence

GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, US, August 15, 2018 / — Nationally acclaimed photographer James Schlett has been selected as the Gettysburg National Military Park Artist in Residence, for August-September. Schlett is a photographer whose visual creativity captures the reflection of history in contemporary context with brutal grace, through photography. His residency will take place Aug 15th, 2018 to Sep 12th, 2018, culminating in a FREE TO THE PUBLIC EVENT at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, on September 8th, 10am-1pm.

“I plan to capture the aspects of the “cross-roads” and how the spokes all centered into Gettysburg that made this location a critical one as the site of the three days of battle.” said Schlett, of his plans for the residency.

After over 30 years working for the U.S. government, Mr. Schlett discovered his newfound, urgent passion for photography. His photographs have been published in a number of high profile venues such as the Washington Post, Reston Magazine, Fairfax Times, and he has been exhibited in galleries and art shows, and won numerous competitive awards. Of note is that one of his images was displayed in the “Art Takes Times Square” Exhibition in New York City in June 2012.

During his tenure as Artist-in-Residence, Schlett will totally immerse himself in the experience on a 24/7 basis for several weeks. He often uses the first few and last few hours of sunlight to capture the most delicate moments of light, which often provides the best final images. He employees digital imaging to enhance his work with various software packages, in the same way “darkrooms” were used historically.

About the residency, Schlett is fairly vocal in his enthusiasm: “I don't believe there are any other artistic opportunities that compare to this unique program. I welcome this chance to share my images and knowledge with the the park visitors and staff.”

This Artist-in-Residency program is made possible by a joint effort of the Gettysburg Foundation and non-profit The National Park Arts Foundation, with support from the National Park Service. Through a legacy of artists, the program aims to connect visitors and the Gettysburg community to the park in a novel and compelling way, to inspire the preservation of our shared cultural heritage and the immortalizing these great touchstones in American history.

“Gettysburg National Military Park has offered inspiration to artists for more than 150 years,” said Christopher Gwinn, Chief of Interpretation at Gettysburg National Military Park. “The Artist-in-Residence program engages new audiences and tells Gettysburg’s stories in new and compelling ways.”

Public Presentation:
James Schlett: Artist in Residence Public EVENT
‘Photography captures our National Legacy’
Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, September 8th, 10am-1pm.

Gettysburg National Military Park preserves, protects and interprets for this and future generations the resources associated with the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, during the American Civil War, the Soldiers' National Cemetery, and their commemorations.

The National Parks Arts Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the promotion of the National Parks of the U.S. by creating dynamic opportunities for artworks that are based in our natural and historic heritage. This project is supported by the Gettysburg Foundation and other generous benefactors. All NPAF programs are made possible through the philanthropic support of donors ranging from corporate sponsors and small businesses, to art patrons and citizen-lovers of the parks.

John Cargill
National Parks Arts Foundation
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Gourmet Living Offers Sliced Truffles Preserved in Oil at Promotional Price

Sliced summer truffles in sunflower oil

Enjoy the Distinct Flavor of Italian Truffles the Year Round with Sliced Truffles Preserved in Sunflower Oil at a Special Introductory Price

Summer truffle carpaccio is my 'go-to' hostess gift. It is small yet packed with the distinctive flavor of truffles. Fellow gourmands will sing your praises.”

— Sheila May

GREENWICH, CT, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2018 / — Gourmet Living is proud to offer special promotional pricing this month on its best-selling Truffle Carpaccio. "Tartufi Scorzone" or summer truffles are sourced in the foothills of Tuscany, Italy and then sliced and preserved in sunflower oil.

Until the end of the August, buyers can purchase Gourmet Living's Truffle Carpaccio at the special promotional price of $21.95 on Amazon compared to its regular price of $24.95.

Truffles are probably one of the most sought after culinary delicacies in the world. Sadly, fresh truffles have a shelf life of not more than two weeks. Unless one happens to be in Italy or France during the truffle season, you are likely to find yourself out of luck.

While fresh truffles over pasta certainly trumps any preserved variation, fresh truffles are very expensive and tend to disappear quickly during the truffle season. Dried truffles or truffles preserved in a neutral tasting sunflower oil are the next best alternative.

Working with a small family-owned company in Tuscany, Italy, Gourmet Living has created its own brand of preserved summer truffles to enjoy the distinct flavor of truffles the year round.

Says co-owner Sheila May, "I love entertaining guests with truffle carpaccio which I spread on crackers or a thin slice of baguette. This is a special appetizer! The aroma of truffles can be overpowering, so a little bit goes a long way."

Whether you plan to use truffles as an appetizer or as the highlight of the meal, Gourmet Living's truffle carpaccio will be a welcome treat for fellow gourmands. Given its size, Truffle Carpaccio is a manageable, yet wonderful, gift for the upcoming holidays or as a hostess gift.

For useful information on buying truffles, please consult the Gourmet Living website.

During this special August promotion, one may purchase Gourmet Living's Truffle Carpaccio at a a significant discount to its normal retail price. FREE Shipping is available on all orders.

Sheila May
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Goccia d'Oro Premium Grade Balsamic Vinegar of Modena Now on Sale

Goccia d’Oro Balsamic Vinegar with Gift Box

Battery of Barrels to Age Balsamic Vinegar

Barrel-aged IGP Certified Aceto Balsamico from Modena, Italy now on Sale by Gourmet Living. Sale ends August 31, 2018.

Experience the authentic taste of gourmet balsamic vinegar. Goccia d'Oro is barrel-aged using the traditional aging process than has been handed-down over centuries.”

— Sheila May

GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — Gourmet Living introduced today special pricing for its best selling balsamic vinegar of Modena, Goccia d'Oro. Sold with a distinctive gift box, this premium grade balsamic is regularly priced at $38.50, but is now on sale on Amazon for $27.50 through the end of August.

Goccia d'Oro have been certified by the Italian authorities as IGP. In keeping with Gourmet Living's rigorous standards, this "aceto balsamico" contains no additives or preservatives and is bottled in Italy under the supervision of the Italian Growers Consortium.

Sheila May of Gourmet Living notes that, "Most commercial brands of balsamic vinegars are not properly aged or bottled in accordance to the traditions of Emilia Romagna in Italy. Buyers now have an opportunity to taste a premium grade balsamic vinegar that has been barrel-aged in several types of wood. The difference in taste and the viscosity of this balsamic is significant."

Goccia d'Oro is made from pressed Trebbiano and Lambrusco grapes from Modena, Italy, and then aged in a battery of barrels made from oak, chestnut, cherry and other wood varieties. Before bottling, aged wine vinegar is added to the barrel-aged wine must or "mosto cotto" to create its unique taste.

Goccia d'Oro is a premium grade balsamic vinegar with a density level of 1.33. This award-winning balsamic vinegar comes with an attractive display box and makes a great gift for cooks and gourmands seeking a high-quality balsamic vinegar. This is a must-have gift for fellow gourmands.

Gourmet Living's balsamic vinegar product line has been created to give buyers an authentic taste of artisan vinegars at various price points to suit their budget. A few drops of this vinegar is all that is needed to create a dish that tastes as if it were made in the heart of Italy itself.

For frequently asked questions about balsamic vinegar, please consider the Gourmet Living website.

All orders receive free shipping.

Sheila May
Gourmet Living
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How to Choose Balsamic Vinegar

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Belleair Coffee Company Celebrates Two Years of Craft Coffee Success

Specialty Coffee - Much like wine is rated on a 100 point scale, so is coffee.

Specialty Coffee – Much like wine is rated on a 100 point scale, so is coffee.

Having attained a dedicated following of coffee lovers over the past two years, Whalen finally achieved his ultimate dream of being able to personally roast his own high quality coffee beans when the company acquired their first roaster this past spring.

Having attained a dedicated following of coffee lovers over the past two years, Whalen finally achieved his ultimate dream of being able to personally roast his own high quality coffee beans when the company acquired their first roaster this past spring.

Belleair Coffee Company, owner Chris Whalen turned a love for craft coffee into a successful business that uses sustainable and organic ingredients.

Next to making happy customers, it’s the dialing in of the precise roast settings that has become the most enjoyable aspect of this whole endeavor.”

— Chris Whalen, Owner Belleair Coffee Company

BELLEAIR BLUFFS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — Celebrating the 2nd anniversary of their grand opening at 100 Indian Rocks Road North with an open house and live music on August 18th, the owner of Belleair Coffee Company, Chris Whalen, turned a love for craft coffee into a successful business that prides itself on using sustainable and organic ingredients whenever possible.

Chris Whalen’s personal coffee journey began in his early 20s when his father took a job in Rome, Italy and he was introduced to espresso and cappuccinos for the first time creating an infatuation with good, high quality coffee.

But it wasn’t until much later, when Whalen was first exposed to the third wave of coffee, a specialty movement, which treats coffee like a fine wine, that his personal hunt for the best craft coffee began.

“The light, flavorful roast blew my mind,” says owner Chris Whalen. “And they didn’t add any flavorings they just roasted super high quality beans in a specific manner to bring out the nutty flavors and floral notes.”

Unfortunately, Chris just couldn’t find what he was looking for in Belleair, Florida so after ditching his suit and tie in the high tech corporate world, he decided to pursue his coffee passion to the fullest and opened the Belleair Coffee Company in mid-2016.

Having attained a dedicated following of coffee lovers over the past two years, Whalen finally achieved his ultimate dream of being able to personally roast his own high quality coffee beans when the company acquired their first roaster this past spring.

“Now that we custom roast our own bean selection, we’ve been selling twice as much coffee and our customers love the new dimensions we can bring to the menu with our personal craft coffee,” said Whalen. “Next to making happy customers, it’s the dialing in of the precise roast settings that has become the most enjoyable aspect of this whole endeavor.”

Chris, his wife Cammie and the entire Belleair Coffee Company Crew invite everyone to their Anniversary Open House, with special tastings and live music on Saturday August 18th, 2018 at 100 Indian Rocks Road North in Belleair Bluffs, Florida.

About Belleair Coffee Company: Opened in 2016 by Chris Whalen, a die-hard craft coffee enthusiast, the Belleair Coffee Company offers delicious espresso drinks, coffee, homemade baked goods, organic yogurts, breakfast sandwiches, savory items and uses organic, sustainable products whenever possible. For more information please call 727-501-1010 or visit

Chris Whalen
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Latte and a Muffin

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Over 5,000 Tour Museum Exposing Psychiatric Human Rights Violations

Psychiatry an Industry of Death Museum

Psychiatry an Industry of Death Museum

Psychiatry an Industry of Death Museum

Museum demonstrates that psychiatry is not a trusted and safe expert for the betterment of mental health and mankind.

Lawmakers, human rights advocates, healthcare professionals and private citizens have toured the museum and are using the information to take action and forcing psychiatry to account for its crimes.”

— Citizens Commission on Human Rights

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health, has toured almost 5,300 people through the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death museum as part of an ongoing effort to educate Floridians on their rights under the Baker Act and are inviting all to view the museum at their headquarters in downtown Clearwater. The museum is open daily from 10am until 10pm and tours are free of charge.

Unveiled in July of 2015, the Florida version of the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death museum, presents the unvarnished history of psychiatry while also providing information on the state of psychiatry today. Consisting of 14 audiovisual displays revealing the cold, hard facts about psychiatric abuses, the museum uses interviews on the mental health industry from more than 160 doctors, attorneys, educators and survivors to expose the multi-billion dollar fraud that is psychiatry.

Coupling tours of the museum with seminars and workshops delivered by attorneys and healthcare professionals on the mental health law, known as the Baker Act, CCHR is working to educate lawmakers, doctors and all private citizens that psychiatry is not a trusted and safe expert for the betterment of mental health.

Of the thousands of people that tour the museum and attend center events are psychiatric nursing students brought by their professors to learn the truth about psychiatry. Students from nursing schools and technical colleges from across the state come to the museum to go through the 2-hour self-guided tour as part of their clinical days and find the experience to be informative and eye opening.

The museum is open daily from 10am until 10pm and events are held weekly and monthly. Both are open and free to the general public. For more information please call 727-442-8820 or visit

About the Citizens Commission on Human Rights: CCHR has produced seven award-winning documentaries, with 7 million DVDs in 18 languages reaching 120 million people exposing drugging in the military, the irreparable harm of electric shock and the labeling and drugging of children. Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit

Diane Stein
Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida
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Psychiatry an Industry of Death

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Ireland’s First ‘0 Euro Banknote’ Souvenir Officially Released

Ireland’s first 0 Euro banknote

Back side

Comparison between 0 Euro banknote and 50 Euro banknote

All that is needed for the production of the personalized banknote is a photo, an image or drawing of what should appear on it”

— Sara Medwed, Head of customer Service at Euro Note Souvenir

HEADFORD, OUTSIDE U.S./CANADA, IRELAND, August 14, 2018 / — Euro Note Souvenir, a Galway based company, has launched the first ‘0 Euro’ banknote for Ireland this month. The banknote, also referred to as Euro Souvenir, shows the picture of a Celtic harp and a map of Ireland and its counties, and marks the beginning of the introduction of the Euro Souvenir concept in Ireland as an Irish souvenir or Irish gift.
The Euro Souvenir note looks and feels like a real Euro banknote, and with the Celtic harp and the map of Ireland, one could think of it as an official Irish banknote. The note carries even security features such as watermark, hologram, microprint, security thread and the symbols that appear only under UV light.
The “Euro Souvenir” is a new souvenir or merchandise concept for the tourism sector and visitor attractions. The note can be personalized with a picture of an attraction, event or building, like built heritage, a museum or a zoo, and marketed to visitors and tourists via an ATM-like machine or counter displays.
“All that is needed for the production of the personalized banknote is a photo, an image or drawing of what should appear on it,” says Sara Medwed, Head of customer Service at Euro Note Souvenir.
The ‘0 Euro Souvenir’ concept already exists in eight EU countries. It started in France, where it was invented by French entrepreneur and innovator Richard Faille in 2015, who was successfully dealing with souvenir coins before he invented the 0 Euro banknote. The concept was then carried to Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, Italy Switzerland, Spain and Portugal, where it was very successfully introduced by individual businesses.
Ireland will be one of the next countries to welcome the ‘0 Euro Souvenir’ as an Irish gift, and personalized banknotes with Irish locations can be produced from January 2019 to be ready for the start of the new tourist season. Not only do tourists like this new type of souvenir, but also people who collect the 0 Euro notes as a hobby, like coins or stamps.
“There are in fact large communities of collectors in the other countries who collectively order their required amounts,” says Peter Schneider, the founder of Euro Note Souvenir. “Of the five thousand notes produced in the first batch, almost half of them were sold to collectors even before they were available in the market,” adds Schneider.
The company offers the souvenir banknote with the Celtic harp via their web shop for 4.99 EUR a piece, but also seeks business partners in Ireland, such as souvenir and gift shops interested in selling the souvenir locally.
The ‘0 Euro Souvenir’ banknotes are approved by the European Central Bank (ECB) and printed by Oberthur Fiduciary in Switzerland, which is an official Euro banknote printing partner of the ECB. It takes about 8 weeks to produce a banknote with a new picture, while reorders of an existing banknote take 4 weeks.
For more information, please visit: or

Peter Schneider
Euro Note Souvenir
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South Carolina’s Hammock Coast Has Premier Schedule Of Events On Tap This Fall

The fall is an idyllic time along the Hammock Coast with the summer heat having receded and an event lineup that rivals most any in the Southeast.

GEORGETOWN, SC, US, August 14, 2018 / — South Carolina’s acclaimed Hammock Coast, comprised of five coastal communities in Georgetown County, has a full schedule of events in the closing months of 2018.

Renowned for its casual charm and relaxed pace, Garden City, Murrells Inlet, Litchfield, Pawleys Island and Georgetown make up the Hammock Coast and the area’s popularity has soared in recent years as it offers a contrasting, yet complementary, experience to its neighbors to the north (Myrtle Beach) and south (Charleston).

The fall is an idyllic time along the Hammock Coast with the summer heat having receded and an event lineup that rivals most any in the Southeast. Here is a look at some of the Hammock Coast’s headlining events:

— The Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Arts is a three-week celebration of the arts running from October 4 through October 20. The festival will be highlighted by a series of concerts headlined by acts like the Ambrosia, Edwin McCain, and The Drifters. Go to

— The most highly anticipated event on the Hammock Coast calendar is the 29th annual Georgetown Wooden Boat Show, which will be held October 20-21.

One of the top 20 events in Southeast, the Wooden Boat Show will feature wooden boat exhibits with more than 140 classic wooden boats displayed on land and water, a wooden boatbuilding competition, children’s model boat building, knot tying, maritime art and crafts, food and music. A special attraction will be Saturday’s Wooden Boat Challenge when teams of two race to build a rowing skiff within a 4-hour time limit and test their boats for seaworthiness in a rowing relay on the Sampit River.

The Wooden Boat Show will be held along the waterfront and Front Street in Historic Downtown Georgetown. More information is available at

— For travelers more in touch with their athletic side, the 8th annual Historic Georgetown Bridge2Bridge run, which will be held October 27, is one of coastal South Carolina’s premier half-marathons. The 13.1-mile race winds through historic Georgetown, showcasing the area’s lowcountry beauty and historic charm. There will also be a 12k, 5k and Kids Fun Run. More information is available at

About the Hammock Coast
Georgetown County’s casual charm and Southern hospitality earned it the nickname Hammock Coast. Adventure and relaxation blend together in perfect harmony like the flowing and ebbing of waves on the beach along the Hammock Coast. With five communities – Garden City, Murrells Inlet, Litchfield, Pawleys Island and Georgetown – comprising the pristine coastal area between Myrtle Beach and Charleston, you can experience South Carolina’s the Hammock Coast like never before.

Georgetown County offers an abundance of accommodations for guests, including beachfront homes, hotels, cozy bed and breakfasts and camping. No matter where you stay along the Hammock Coast, the area’s stunning natural beauty is never far away.

For more information, visit

Chris King
Kingfish Communications
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