Recent General Posts

SERVPRO Oyster Roast

11/26/2014 (Permalink)

On Thursday November, 20th we held our annual SERVPRO Oyster Roast event. It was an amazing night and trust me if you needed insurance there was plenty of that there! What a great night and thank you to all that made it possible.

Google plus

11/10/2014 (Permalink)

We have just been verified on Google plus for our business to help you find us easier and quicker. Go check us out and see what you think. Our google+ page is conveinently linked on our website 

CE Class at Wingate Hotel

11/7/2014 (Permalink)

SERVPRO held another CE Class at the Wingate Hotel yesterday along with the Glass Doctor. The classes contained information about Ethics and Fire Damage Restoration. We will continue to update you on more classes.

SERVPRO golf classic

10/6/2014 (Permalink)

In this years SERVPRO golf classic we raised $12,000 for the American Red Cross. A lot of fun, a lot of good times and a lot of good funds raised for a great cause.

CE Class at Wingate Hotel

8/8/2014 (Permalink)

General CE Class at Wingate Hotel Marty Williams kicks off the CE class early in the morning.

SERVPRO of the Dutch Fork, SERVPRO of Cayce/West Columbia and Lexington, and SERVPRO of Richland partnered up with Glass Doctor to put on a continuing education class for Mitigation Awareness, Deodorization of Malodors, and Auto Glass Replacement for our agents. 

CE Class in Williams Brice Stadium

7/18/2014 (Permalink)

General CE Class in Williams Brice Stadium Tommy Suggs talks risk management at Williams Brice.

On Tuesday, July 15th, SERVPRO put on a Risk Management course for some of our Insurance Agents at Williams Brice stadium in Columbia, SC. The course went through how to find risks and how to handle different types of risks for their clients. Guest speaker Tommy Suggs, broadcaster for the University of South Carolina football team was also there to give his insite on risk management. Afterwords we took a tour of Williams Brice Stadium, to take a closer look at the behind the scenes of day to day activity and to see if we could locate any risks that may be involved with the stadium.