Alexander C. McLeod Jr., President of McLeod Farms and his wife, Gaie C. McLeod (far right), who is also Secretary and Treasurer of McLeod Farms, present their contribution to Brenda Workman (left), Executive Director for the Chesterfield County Economic Development Alliance. “We’re happy to contribute to an organization whose goal is to bring more businesses and new ideas to the County. McLeod Farms is all for making Chesterfield County citizens’ lives better through sponsorship of the Alliance which will help in job creation. McLeod Farms is here to help in any way we can,” said McLeod.
Evans Tindal, Plant Manager of Highland Industries, contributed to the Chesterfield County Economic Development Alliance. “Highland Industries has long been committed to the community and the economic development of Chesterfield County and is pleased to continue these efforts,” Tindal said. Tindal is pictured with Brenda Workman, Executive Director for the Alliance.
Conbraco Industries, Inc., a South Carolina manufacturer of U.S. made products, said it is pleased to collaborate with the Chesterfield County Economic Development Alliance in their efforts to facilitate job creation, higher education attainment, and improved infrastructure in Chesterfield County and the State of South Carolina. Glenn Mosack, President and CEO of Conbraco (shown above with Brenda Workman, Executive Director of the CCEDA) presents its pledge support to Chesterfield County. Conbraco has two manufacturing facilities in Chesterfield County, employing a total of 706 employees, and an additional 331 employees in Conway.
“The Town of McBee is very happy to join the Chesterfield County Economic Development Alliance,” said Mayor Campolong. “We have been assured the Alliance will make every effort to help to attract retail businesses such as food service and supply stores to meet the rate needs for the citizens of McBee.” Mayor Campolong is pictured here with Executive Director for the Chesterfield County Economic Development Alliance, Brenda Workman.