Letter from the Mayor

If you are a new resident or business locating in Mauldin, I would like to personally welcome you to this great city nestled in the Upstate of South Carolina. You will be joining one of the fastest-growing communities in the Southeast as our population almost doubled in size to over 25,000 residents in the past decade. Of the 270 municipalities in the state Mauldin is now the 17th largest city.

If you are a new resident or contemplating moving into our city, you have made or hopefully will be making a great choice to relocate here and become a citizen of the City of Mauldin. According to recent surveys, we were ranked the third best city to live in South Carolina. All of our over 200 city employees are ready to serve you as they perform their daily tasks. In a national ranking of the two cities in South Carolina, Mauldin was ranked the 29th best city to retire in, with the City of Charleston ranked 20th. Mauldin was the only city in South Carolina to make Money magazine’s top 100 places to live.

Our police department is proud of their CALEA certification, and our fire department is one of only a few departments in the state with an ISO class rating of 1. According to FBI crime statistics, Mauldin ranked the sixth lowest crime rate in the state. Our public works department provides Mauldin residents with clean neighborhoods through efficient garbage and recycling collection services along with leaf/limb and debris pickup services. Through structured preventive maintenance programs, our street and sewer departments ensure that our infrastructure is performing as it should be.

We are pleased to see positive growth trends with our businesses and residential communities as revenues and permit activity continues to increase. Our most recent financial audit indicated that we are very sound financially and we were upgraded to AA+ by Moody’s and A1 by S&P. According to Zippa.com, of 62 cities ranked in the State Mauldin ranked the fourth most successful city.

Mauldin’s recreation programs and facilities are first rate and state of the art. We offer some of the best recreation opportunities of any city in the state with 78 acres of parks in addition to the Maudlin Sports Center that includes a gymnasium, a climbing wall and a full line of fitness equipment and classes. Our senior citizens’ program continues to grow each and every year and our seniors stay extremely active.

Mauldin’s Cultural Center, adjacent to the sports center and a stone’s throw from city hall, continues to serve as a resource for the community by housing the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce and various civic groups. Our newest addition to this venue is our outdoor amphitheater, hosting several performances including “Beachin’ Fridays” this year for 10 weekends and featuring a farmers market during the summer months.

Event attendance and building usage continue to set new records for this venue. “Expect Greater Things” as we continue to invest in this facility both internally and externally.

If you are a business opening or relocating in our city, we also welcome you and take great pride in being the most business-friendly city in the Upstate. Our goal is to make your transition to our city as seamless as possible. We were ranked by nerdwallett.com in the “Top 10 Cities in South Carolina to Start a Business.” You will also enjoy the benefits of the City’s great working relationship with what we consider the most active and professional Chamber of Commerce in the Upstate.

Family values are at the core of our community here in Mauldin. We hope that you will agree that we offer a high quality of life where you can “Expect Greater Things!” On behalf of the city council and our employees, we welcome you to the City of Mauldin.

Mayor Dennis Raines

Chamber Board Chairperson

Welcome to the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce. On behalf of our business members and the community, we invite you to visit us in Mauldin, South Carolina. We live and work in a dynamic community with a high energy level that creates an exciting environment for business and industry to thrive in South Carolina. Our team at the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce invites you to call, visit us online or come in to learn more about the area. We are proud to promote our businesses and community to our members, local residents and visitors to our area.

We are an active chamber that looks to advance its members’ growth and prosperity, and provide increased opportunities and value for its membership. The Chamber advocates for and unites the business community, conveys business interests to policy-makers and advances the region’s economic health. To carry out this mission, the Chamber serves as the voice of business and involves the public sector in community leadership.

This community guide/membership directory comes to you with the compliments and best wishes of the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce.

Mauldin, South Carolina is open for business.

David Hammond
Board Chair

Welcome to the Mauldin Chamber

On behalf of the Greater Mauldin Chamber Board of Directors, the Chamber staff, and all of our current members, I would like to personally invite you to become a member of the Mauldin Chamber. It is an exciting time to be a member of the Greater Mauldin Chamber.  The Chamber’s goal is to work toward improving the quality of life for all, through the support and commitments of our members, volunteers and committees. We are always working to create new networking opportunities through Business After Hours, Ribbon Cuttings, Lunch and Learns, Leads Groups, Ambassadors and other Chamber events.

The Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce understands that in order to have a strong and vibrant economic environment you must have a strong community. We are truly blessed to have our community leaders, business owners, educators and citizens realize that we all share in the responsibility of creating economic success. Mauldin’s rapid growth makes it a very desirable place to live, work, do business and become a member of the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce.

If you are considering relocating your business or opening a new business in the Greater Mauldin Area, you will find that becoming a Chamber member can provide quick exposure to the community and to the other local businesses. Mauldin is thriving; join the Mauldin Chamber as we continue to grow.

The Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce not only is the advocate and supporter of the small businesses in the Greater Mauldin Area but also serves as the Welcome Center for all newcomers.

The Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce is an excellent source of information regarding small business in the area. Joining the Mauldin Chamber is a great way to network with other professionals, expand your base and learn more about the business community in Mauldin.

To our current members, thank you for your continued support.

Welcome to Mauldin!

Pat Pomeroy
Chamber President/CEO

2019 Board of Directors

David Hammond
Chamber Board Chair Laurens Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Tina Alexander
Palmetto Infusion Services

Toni Conner
Pelham Medical Center

Adelaide Crangle
First Citizens Bank

Panessa Dean
United Community Bank

Krystal Donald
All Occasion Celebrations

Reyna Gonzalez

Debbie Gresham
Independent Member

Byron Hammond
Hammond Law, LLC

Ashley Harris
Independent Member

Kent Johnson

Scott Jones
Prisma Health – Hillcrest Memorial Hospital

Brandon Madden
Mauldin City Administrator

Celinda Marshall
Edward Jones

Tiffany Miller
Costco Wholesale

Keith Newnam
Bon Secours St. Francis Health System

Deborah Nicholson
Thomas McAfee
Funeral Homes

Cristina Ortiz
Cristina Ortiz State Farm

Jeff Pence
Magic Rooster Tattoo

Lawson Scoggins
Independent Member

Juan Sepulveda
Accountants 4 U, LLC

Holly Sherrill
South State Bank

Steven Thornton
Pinnacle Financial Partners

Jonathan Whitehead
The Law Offices of Jonathan P. Whitehead, LLC

Pat Pomeroy
President/Mauldin Chamber

Kim Guthrie
Mauldin Chamber Administrative Assistant

Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce

We are here for you!

Mission: To serve the Greater Mauldin Area as an advocate for the successful growth and development of local businesses, large and small; nurturing entrepreneurship; and unifying the community.

Vision: To offer events, training opportunities and community involvement activities to enhance your relationship with the public, promote your philosophy, empower your workforce and strengthen Mauldin’s economy to provide a more conducive environment for successful businesses.

Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce Membership Working for You!

To introduce your company to the public, we help coordinate your company’s ribbon cutting ceremony or grand opening by handling the invitations, photographs, ribbon and scissors and much more!


There are numerous networking opportunities every month, including:

Leads Groups: There are several Mauldin Chamber Leads Groups available for your participation. Information regarding meeting dates, times and locations will be provided to all Chamber members through emails and the Chamber Eblast.

Business After Hours: Hosting a Business After Hours promotes your company to all Chamber members and offers attendees an opportunity to meet you and network with each other.

Sponsorships: By sponsoring an event such as the annual GMCC Golf Tournament, your company’s sign will appear on the green, your logo will be printed on the brochure and much more (depending on the type of sponsorship).


You could become involved in the GMCC Board, Economic Development; i.e., quarterly economic development seminars featuring guest speakers, Annual Memberfest and many other committee opportunities.

Educate and motivate!

Educational seminars, training programs, and guest speakers: Take advantage of the educational programs we provide on various topics of interest to the business community.

Greater Mauldin Chamber Annual Banquet: The Annual Banquet is a celebration of a successful year and the special accomplishments of our Chamber members. It is a festive evening at the Ryan Nicholas Inn.


Celebrate our members at our Annual MemberFest event in September, and participate in the magic and excitement of the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Breakfast with Santa and the Mauldin Christmas Parade.


Three simple ways to get your promotions, news, or press releases out to the membership or public:

  • The weekly e-mail EBLAST.
  • The Tribune-Times full-page newsletter, which appears six times a year.
  • Your company information is listed on the Chamber website which serves as a means of publicizing your business.

We serve as a visitors center for Mauldin, and our Membership Directory and Newcomers Guide serves as a reference tool, not only for new residents but also for the Greater Mauldin community. Additionally, we offer space in the Chamber office for members to display their brochures and business cards for interested residents and newcomers.

101 E. BUTLER RD. | P.O. BOX 881 | MAULDIN, SC 29662
Phone: (864) 297-1323 FAX : (864)297-5646
Email: pat.pomeroy@mauldinchamber.org
Website: www.mauldinchamber.org

Economic Development

Economic Development in Mauldin SC

Mauldin continues to grow, gaining quality development projects that enhance the quality of life for its citizens and surrounding community. The city’s many new projects include urban development attracting mixed-use components that promote opportunities to live, work and play. BridgeWay Station, a new mixed-use design, will lead the way in development over the next few years with over 1 million square feet of new product in phase one.

The recent announcement and development of several projects all point to the need for additional housing and services to the city. Such projects include the $18 million Courtyard by Marriott, with 35 jobs; The $25 million JEA Senior Living, with 40 employees; Koops Manufacturing adding 150 jobs; and the expansion of Samsung-Alorica that will include 400 jobs.

Housing development in Mauldin has increased tenfold, and the city has annexed over 500 acres of undeveloped properties with projects anticipated for each annexation. The city continues to look for opportunities for future infill development projects, adding to the mix of projects already within city limits. Mauldin expects to see more than 1,500 new homes built over the next two to five years.

Mauldin continues to see redevelopment projects come to fruition, including the redevelopment of vacant buildings such as the former Lynn’s Shoes on South Main into a Starbucks; the opening of J Peters Grill and Bar in the Corporate Center of Millport; and the redevelopment of Jerry’s Gas Station to house another restaurant group. With so many businesses bringing new life to old locations in Mauldin, the city continues to show that its landscape is growing by the day.

Redevelopment also includes the city’s vision for an urban downtown village. Multiple groups continue to work with the city in designing and planning the success of this development that will be a game-changing event for the city. New residents, office, retail and restaurants will dot the City Center landscape. The Swamp Rabbit Trail System has plans for locations through several of these projects, connecting Mauldin to the larger Upstate community and changing the landscape for years to come.

Mauldin still remains a safe, inviting community. Ranked third in the state of best places to live and retire and gaining new accolades like Best Place for Pizza Lovers, Mauldin has a lot to offer prospective residents and home seekers. Recreation, arts and entertainment, and community make Mauldin a great place to live.

Doing Business in Mauldin

Doing Business in Mauldin South Carolina
Babb & Bixler

Babb & Bixler has been a cornerstone of the Mauldin community since opening their doors in 1975. Conveniently located at 505 W. Butler Rd., the attorneys at Babb & Bixler are excited about the growth and promise of the city, and they are committed to helping local residents and small business owners thrive by providing reliable counsel tailored to meet the needs of each individual.

The firm offers a wide variety of legal services including residential and commercial real estate closings, homeowner association representation, business planning & transactions, estate planning including wills, living wills and powers of attorney, probate law, DUI and traffic tickets, family law and personal injury law.

Garland’s Flowers & Gifts

A family-owned and operated business, Garland’s Flower & Gifts has proudly served their customers for 30 years. The well-trained staff will be glad to discuss your floral wishes with you and are always eager to discuss any special design or product requests. Most members of  the Garland’s team have been with the store for well over 10 years.

Garland’s knowledgeable staff is pleased to assist you with any local or worldwide deliveries. Corporate accounts are always welcome. For your convenience, they offer daily floral delivery to local funeral homes and hospitals.

Garland’s Flower & Gifts deliver locally to Mauldin, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn and the Greater Greenville area.

Shop hours (Eastern time): 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday; 9 a.m. to noon Saturday; closed Sunday.

Kellett’s Korner

In 1968, Tommy Kellett opened his snack bar in a 400-square foot addition to Kellett’s Shell. Tommy’s father, who owned the gas station, rented the space to him. When the snack bar opened, the space lacked heat, air conditioning and equipment, yet the business was a success from the very first day.

When their father retired in 1983, sons Tommy and Jim bought Kellett Shell. In 1993, they moved the business to 602 N. Main under the Citgo Brand. The brothers saw the potential for a convenience store, a large bay for a service center, a wrecker service and Tommy’s Snack Bar. The snack bar is celebrating 50 years of business in Mauldin.

With Tommy and Jim at the helm, this family-owned business attributes its success to the support of the Kellett family, including Ann, Tommy’s wife of 56 years. They treat their customers with good service, great food and a good customer relationship, making all customers feel welcomed.

Code Ninjas

Code Ninjas Greenville is a coding center for kids. Through a proprietary self-paced curriculum, kids learn to code by building their own games. Code Ninjas has a structured nine color belt system from White to Black, which kids progress through as they learn to code. Code Ninjas is one of the company’s fastest-growing franchises with headquarters in Pearland, Texas.

Code Ninjas offer year round drop-in learning program and have camps during summer, winter and spring breaks. Drop-In Learning is a monthly program and is individualized. There is always a Sensei working with the ninja one on one to help them with coding. The cool thing about the drop-in program is kids can come in anytime during center hours.

Code Ninjas always want their ninjas to be excited about coding because at Code Ninjas “Kids have fun, parents see results.”

Code Ninjas Greenville is a perfect combination of their interest in entrepreneurship, background in technology and passion for education.

Mauldin Open Air Market

Mauldin Open Air Market, in the same location for 37 years, is proud to be a member of the Mauldin Chamber of Commerce. Joel Ann Chandler started the business in a spot across from Mauldin Senior High School over 30 years ago.

An old-fashioned country market, The Open Air Market has grown from humble beginnings to a full-fledged produce market that is open year-round, seven days a week.

They support South Carolina farmers as well as a variety of local vendors. Happy Cow Creamery, McCall’s Country Sausage, Hampton Farms Pimento Cheese & Jar Goods, Blenheim Ginger Ale, Local Honey, Elderberry Syrup, Banana Manna, Suber’s Corn Meal, Vince Perone’s Sauces and Homemade Fried Pies are just a few of the many specialty items they carry.

They have vine ripe tomatoes year-round, hot boiled peanuts and seasonal items such as local strawberries, peaches, bedding plants, pumpkins, Christmas trees, live bait and pine needles. The walls are filled with jar goods and they stock many grocery items. They specialize in hard-to-find items. If you want it, they will do their best to get it for you.

They value their customers and are an integral part of the Mauldin community. They accept all major credit cards as well as EBT. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.

Sandra Gladden – StateFarm

State Farm agent Sandra Gladden has run her business in the rapidly growing city of Maudlin for the past 25 years. She offers auto, home, business, property, life and health insurance; banking products, mutual funds, annuities and home loans to Mauldin residents.

Sandra and her husband, David, relocated from lower state South Carolina in 1993 and feel very blessed to have chosen the remarkable Upstate of SC to call home and grow their business.

With 100+ years of combined State Farm experience, you can trust Sandra and her team (Joleen, Laurie and Suzanne) to help you with your insurance and financial needs. Visit the office at 139 Bridges Rd. or online at www.sandragladden.com.

NHC HealthCare Mauldin

The needs of patients change as their situations change.  Providing quality care for every patient across the continuum of care is NHC HealthCare’s unchanging focus.

Since 1997, NHC HealthCare Mauldin has delivered a full range of extended care services, designed to maximize the well-being and independence of patients in Greenville and the surrounding areas. They are dedicated to meeting their patients’ needs through a flexible, interdisciplinary approach to health care, centered on caregiver compassion delivered in a comfortable setting.

The 180-bed licensed, 24-hour skilled nursing center provides a wide array of therapeutic and rehabilitative services. Each patient is evaluated by a team of health care professionals who design a program tailored to meet the individual’s specific needs. This comprehensive plan results in optimum health benefits for the patient.

Their philosophy of providing outstanding care stems from their founder’s vision and is carried out through sincere professionals who enjoy giving extra attention to detail and service, an extra smile or that special touch that makes a difference. From rehab patients to long-term care patients to those with Alzheimer’s and dementia, all needs are addressed with the utmost dignity and respect in a relaxed and comfortable environment.

The Palmettos Assisted Living and Memory Care on the NHC HealthCare campus demonstrates NHC’s commitment to excellence by providing quality care that exceeds the standards of other assisted living and memory care communities established specifically for South Carolina, The Palmettos offers its patients an unrivaled amount of expertise in a personal manner that helps them feel right at home.

The community offers both assisted living and memory care apartments with professional, caring staff members available to extend as much personalized assistance as each valued patient desires or needs.

NHC’s affiliated centers in the area are providing a range of services across this continuum –rehabilitative care, continuing care, home care and hospice.

Living in Mauldin



To locate underground lines, contact Palmetto Utility Protection Services at 811 or (888) 721‑7877

Cable television/Internet

Charter Communications: (888) 438‑2427

AT&T U-verse: (800) 288‑2020


Duke Energy: (800) 777‑9898 or (800) 769‑3766; www.duke-energy.com

Laurens Electric Co-op Inc.: (800) 942‑3141; www.laurenselectric.com


Piedmont Natural Gas Co.: (800) 752‑7504; www.piedmontng.com


AT&T: (888) 757‑6500; www.att.com

Charter Communications: (888) 438‑2427; www.charter.com


Greenville Water System: (864) 241‑6000; www.greenvillewater.com

Post Office: Mauldin Post Office: 498 N. Main St., (864) 288‑1831


Emergency facilities

Emergency: 911

Fire Department: (864) 288‑5094

Police Department: (864) 289‑8900

Medical facilities

Poison Control: (800) 922‑1117 Greenville Health System’s Greenville Memorial Hospital: (864) 455‑7000

Greenville Health System’s Hillcrest Hospital: (864) 454‑6100

Pelham Medical Center: (864) 530‑6000

St. Francis Hospital (downtown Greenville): (864) 255‑1000

St. Francis Hospital (Eastside): (864) 675‑4000

St. Francis Hospital (Millennium): (864) 400‑3600


Auto registration and driver’s license: (803) 896‑5000


Greenville County Schools: (864) 355‑3100; www.greenville.k12.sc.us

Chamber of Commerce

Mauldin Chamber of Commerce: (864) 297‑1323


Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: (864) 877‑7426

Greenville Downtown Airport: (864) 242‑4777

Amtrak trains: (800) 872‑7245

greenlink: (864) 467‑5000

Greyhound buses: (800) 231‑2222


Mauldin city information

City Hall: (864) 288‑4910, www.cityofmauldin.org

Mayor: Dennis Raines – (864) 505‑5417

Council Seat 1: Taft Matney  – (864) 505‑8866

Council Seat 2: Carol King — (864) 627‑9164

Council Seat 3: Terry Merritt — (864) 270‑2377

Council Seat 4: Scott Crosby – (864) 675‑0942

Council Seat 5: Dale Black – (864) 444‑3185

Council Seat 6: Larry Goodson – (864) 288‑0325

City Hall staff: (864) 288‑4910

City Administrator: Brandon Madden – (864) 289‑8890

Finance Director: Holly Abercrombie – (864) 289‑8895

Building and Zoning: (864) 234‑3475

Community Development Director: Van Broad – (864) 289‑8903

Economic Development Planning Coordinator: David Dyrhaug – (864) 289‑8979

Human Resource Director: Mark Putnam- (864) 289‑3287

Fire Department: Bill Stewart, chief – (864) 289‑8925

Police Department: Bryan Turner, chief – (864) 289‑8906

Animal Control: Shaun Garrison-Shields – (864) 289‑8974

Public Works Director: (864) 289‑8891

Recreation: Joe Lanahan – (864) 335‑4850

Cultural Affairs Coordinator: Keira Kitchings – (864) 335‑4862

Business Licenses: Julie Patton (864) 234‑3475

Municipal Clerk: Cindy Miller – (864) 289‑8894

City Administrative Judge: Angela Martin – (864) 289‑8907

Court Clerk/Records: Gloria McCullough – (864) 289‑8898

Parks and Recreation: (864) 288‑3354

Sanitation Department: (864) 289‑8904

W. Jack Greer Library of Mauldin: (864) 277‑7397

Greenville County information

Greenville County Health Department: (864) 282‑4100

Greenville County Magistrate for Simpsonville: (864) 963‑3457

Greenville County Recreation District: (864) 288‑6470

Greenville County Sheriff’s Office: (864) 467‑5300

Greenville County Tax Collector: (864) 467‑7050

Greenville County Zoning Administration: (864) 467‑7425

Greenville County Library: (864) 242‑5000

Department of Social Services: (864) 467‑7700

American Red Cross: (864) 271‑8222

S.C. Department of Revenue: (864) 241‑1200

Voter registration: (864) 467‑7250



Mauldin Cultural Center: (864) 335‑4862; www.mauldinculturalcenter.org

Bon Secours Wellness Arena: (864) 241‑3800; www.bonsecoursarena.com

The Peace Center: (864) 467‑3000; www.peacecenter.org

Greenville Symphony Orchestra: (864) 232‑0344; www.greenvillesymphony.org

TD Convention Center: (864) 233‑2562; www.tdconventioncenter.com

Greenville County Museum of Art: (864) 271‑7570; www.gcma.org

Younts Center for the Performing Arts: (864) 409‑1050; www.yountscenter.org

Sports and recreation

Mauldin Recreation Department: (864) 288‑3354

Mauldin Sports Center: (864) 335‑4875

Ray W. Hopkins Senior Center: (864) 234‑3488

Greenville Drive Baseball: (864) 240‑4500; www.greenvilledrive.com

Greenville Swamp Rabbits: www.swamprabbits.com

GHS Family YMCA: (864) 963‑3605

Program Center – GHS: (864) 963‑3608

Visit Greenville SC: (864) 421‑0000: www.visitgreenvillesc.com


The Greenville News (daily): (864) 298‑4100; www.greenvilleonline.com

Tribune-Times (weekly): (864) 298‑4100; www.tribunetimes.com

Simpsonville Sentinel/Mauldin News (monthly): (864) 275‑0001; www.simpsonvillesentinel.com

Radio stations

CHUCK 97.7 FM Adult Hits: (864) 282‑1077

WCCP-FM Sports Talk 105.5: (864) 722‑1049

WSCZ-AM La Jefa 94.9 FM/1070 AM Spanish: (864) 236‑7651

WESC-FM 92.5: (864) 291‑9372

WFBC-FM B93.7: (864) 271‑9200

WGVL-AM 1440 Fox Sports: (800) 248‑0863

WGTK-FM Conservative Talk 94.5: (864) 242‑6240

WGTK-FM HD2 Lite 102.9: (864) 242‑6240

WHZT-FM Hot 98.1: (864) 421‑9810

WJMZ-FM 107.3 JAMZ: (864) 235‑1073

WLFJ-AM Christian Talk 660 AM and 92.9 FM: (864) 292‑6040

WLFJ-FM His Radio 89.3: (864) 292‑6040

WMYI-FM My 102.5: (800) 543‑1025

WOLI-FM 103.9 Spanish: (864) 751‑0113

WROO Real Rock 104.9: (864) 235‑1025

WRTH Earth FM 95.9 and 103.3: (864) 751‑1033

WORD-FM 106.3 News-Talk: (864) 271‑9200

WROQ-FM Rock 101: (864) 271‑9200

WSPA-FM Magic 98.9: (864) 271‑9200

WSSL-FM 100.5 Country: (864) 242‑1005

WTBI-FM 91.5: (864) 295‑2145

WTPT-FM 93.3 The Planet: (864) 271‑9200

WYRD 1330 AM/105.9 FM

ESPN Greenville: (864) 271‑9200

X98.5 FM Alternative Rock: (864) 235‑1073

Television stations

WYFF Channel 4 (864) 242‑4404

WSPA Channel 7 (864) 576‑7777

WLOS Channel 13 (800) 288‑8813

WGGS Channel 16 (864) 244‑1616

WHNS Channel 21 (864) 288‑2100

WNTV Channel 29 (800) 922‑5437

WMYA Channel 40 (828) 684‑1340

WYCW Channel 62 (864) 576‑7777