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They say that working smarter is better than working harder.Why not both?

Whether you're running a high-volume warehouse, overseeing a new construction project, or managing a busy retail establishment, you know that a productive workplace is essential. When it comes to your workplace equipment, you need tools that not only save time and money but are reliable when you need them the most and help your team get the job done right.

At Absolute E-Z Up, we help professionals overcome low productivity by providing the finest stock pickers, tire pickers, and platform lifts in Charleston, SC. If you need more efficiency and more profitability at your job site, you're in the right place. Sure, big-picture processes play an important role in your workplace. However, in our experience, the top cause of low productivity involves wasted time on the job site - avoidable problems that slow down your day-to-day work. And when your day-to-day and overall deadlines aren't achieved, that fault falls on you.

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Some of the most common productivity issues
we hear about include:

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  • Low-capacity equipment that requires workers to make multiple trips to transport materials.
  • Unreliable equipment that breaks down again and again.
  • Workers on injury leave because of falls suffered from unsafe ladders or scaffolds.
  • Enlisting more manpower to fill in because you don't have the right equipment to get the job done.

If any of these problems sound familiar to you, you're probably wondering what in the world you can do to get back on track. That's where Absolute E-Z Up comes in - to give you the tools you need to be more productive and efficient, so you have peace of mind knowing your job will finish on time, the right way.

When we founded Absolute E-Z Up (AEUP), we created a plan to deliver safe, reliable work platforms, stock picker forklifts, inclined platform lifts, stair climbers, and material handling products that increase productivity by leaps and bounds. We're not talking a few minutes shaved off here or there. We mean upping your work cycles two to three times what you're used to, coupled with drastically reduced downtime from maintenance and repair.

Sound too good to be true?

Not at Absolute E-Z Up in Charleston, SC.

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The Absolute E-Z Up Difference

Our company was founded on three basic values:

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Safety - The Top Time Booster

When workers are injured, they're either placed on light duty or leave until they heal up and get back to work. This leaves you with the conundrum do you hire a new worker (which requires an initial expense) or reassign members of your staff to make up the difference? Obviously, neither situation is optimal. The biggest factor preventing these kinds of frustrating situations is workplace safety, which is why it's our top priority at AEUP. It doesn't matter if you buy a manual platform lift in Charleston, SC, or an electric stock picker. You can rest easy when you purchase equipment from us, knowing that AEUP aerial work platforms and material handling equipment come with the most innovative safety technologies.

A few of those safety mechanisms include:

  • Anti-tilt systems, helping to prevent toppling and turnovers.
  • Built-in pothole protection for driving equipment.
  • Double-foot sensors, which halts the machine from operating unless two feet are planted on the sensors.

Note: Depending on your needs, your machinery may or may not include some of these safety technologies. Please refer to specific product pages for more details.

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Productivity - Doing More with Less

Common sense might tell you it would be hard for workers to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Common sense might tell you it would be hard for a worker to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Whether it's hanging signs, moving a piano, working on a construction site, or any of the other tasks that require a stock picker, you'll save time and complete tasks faster with Absolute E-Z Up. Our stock pickers, vertical lifts, and stair climbers are:

  • Versatile - our equipment is more versatile than other options, giving you the ability to fit into small spaces with a zero turning radius.
  • Faster - our batteries change in only a few hours and can last for dozens if not hundreds of duty cycles.
  • More Efficient - Workers can speed up every part of the workday with special features, attachments, and deck extensions.
  • Lower Costs - You can maintain our equipment at lower costs, which saves you money when you need it most.
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Reliability - Always There When You Need to Work Hard

Common sense might tell you it would be hard for workers to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Common sense might tell you it would be hard for a worker to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Whether it's hanging signs, moving a piano, working on a construction site, or any of the other tasks that require a stock picker, you'll save time and complete tasks faster with Absolute E-Z Up. Our stock pickers, vertical lifts, and stair climbers are:

Industrial Stock Pickers in Charleston, SC

Warehouse picking involves workers pulling (picking) items located on warehouse shelves and moving them down the line for shipment to customers. This kind of work requires a great deal of coordination, organization, and attention to detail. Filling orders under deadlines and time crunches are common. As such, you need a trustworthy stock picker that can boost efficiency and increase production time.

Managers often adjust their picking strategy to be less time-consuming and costly when the real answer might lie with the tools and machinery they're using. At AEUP, we provide the highest-quality stock pickers for your business so that your workers can do the job they need to do as quickly and safely as possible.

With AEUP, you can increase material handling efficiency in a variety of industries and workplaces. We're talking retail, warehouses, factories, and even event venues. The ISP series offers ideal solutions for diverse applications. The models feature a 35% gradeability for greater job-site accessibility.

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We offer several pickers for different needs, including:
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ISP-7M™

If affordable efficiency is your priority, this is the picker for you. With over a 13-foot working height, it will be the last "ladder" your business will need to use. The ISP-7M is one of the most versatile and affordable stock pickers on the market and is ideal for a variety of workplaces:

  • Airports
  • Warehouses
  • Retail Stores
  • Distribution Centers
  • Educational Buildings
  • Entertainment Venues

This fantastic stock picker is light enough to be used on any surface. It is also very maneuverable, making it a great choice for any company that needs a safer working platform with the fewest mechanical parts. The ISP-7M comes with our industry-leading 5-2-1 Platinum Warranty and clocks in at almost half the price of electric stock pickers.

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ISP-11™

Industrial Stock Picker

If maximum versatility modern safety features matter most to you, the ISP-11™ will allow your team to work safer, faster, and with less strain on your workers. With this stock picker, you can increase safety, maximize uptime, and be able to adapt to any floorplan or warehouse layout. Durable, versatile, and low-maintenance, the AEUP ISP-11™ is a self-propelled stock picker that will modernize your material handling process.

  • Drive, rotate and elevate all at the same time. Most of our competitors can only do one of these functions at a time.
  • Closed canopy and damage-resistant carbon bumper.
  • Comes with an aluminum alloy mast cylinder column. That means you don' have to worry about motors or chains to maintain. Add to that a 5-year warranty, and you'll be working smarter and harder for years to come.
  • Our electric material trays are adjustable to any shelf height. Many such trays are not electric and can only adjust in six-inch increments. Instead of adjusting your whole machine due to a three-inch miscalculation, you can save time and frustration with the ISP-11.
  • Our double-foot sensor requires that both of your workers' heels maintain contact with the platform to drive. No more safety nightmares, like hanging over the edge to drive.

This fantastic stock picker is light enough to be used on any surface. It is also very maneuverable, making it a great choice for any company that needs a safer working platform with the fewest mechanical parts. The ISP-7M comes with our industry-leading 5-2-1 Platinum Warranty and clocks in at almost half the price of electric stock pickers.

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ISP-11™ TTH

If you're in need of a tire picker in Charleston, SC, our tire transport handler is exactly what you need. Safe, efficient, and versatile, this picker has a working height of over 17 feet, giving you the ability to grab tires on the highest shelves. With tires getting bigger and heavier, it becomes necessary to prevent injuries during all operations involving them. The AEUP ISP-11 TTH lifts both the operator and tires, easily placing them at the desired height while allowing faster and safer performance. As if that weren't enough, this tire transport handler also comes with our stellar 5-2-1 Platinum Warranty.

A Warranty That's on Your Side When You Need It Most

Unlike other companies in our industry, we are proud to say that our warranty comes standard on all our equipment. Stock picker forklift in Charleston, SC? Check. Vertical lifts? Check. Inclined platform lifts? Check. But this isn't any warranty - it's the Absolute E-Z Up platinum manufacturer's warranty, which is why you can trust the quality of AEUP products. Our Platinum Warranties are part of our commitment to value, safety, and quality. When you work with us, we want you to be able to trust that your Absolute E-Z Up equipment is a reliable, smart, long-term asset to your business that saves you money and time.

Our warranty allows our customers to secure their long-term budgets by reducing maintenance and repair costs. Since each piece of machinery is different, your warranty should be customized for the equipment that you need.

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5-2-1 Platinum Warranty
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty™ on AEUP Low-Level Access Series

No other elevated work platform or stock picker supplier has anything close to our 5-2-1 warranty. Here's what our warranty guarantees on our low-level access machinery:

  • 5 years on your mast assembly and cylinder
  • 2 years on all other components of your platform or stock picker.
  • 1 year on the lift's battery, which is not pro-rated.
  • Optional AEUP Extended 10-5-1 Warranty Service Coverage (ISPs)
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty™ on AEUP EZ Climber Series

Customers choose our E-Z Climber series because it gives them years of dependable service, backed by a warranty that will replace any parts that fail, which minimizes production downtime. We are committed to covering labor costs for the first six months of your purchase. Our E-Z Climber Series warranty guarantees:

  • 5 years of coverage on the structural steel chassis of the machine.
  • 2 years of coverage on your electrical components.
  • 1 year of coverage on the battery, which is not pro-rated.
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty™ on Electric Utility Vehicles

Our electric utility vehicles give you years of dependable service, coupled with a powerful warranty that covers and service that will replace any parts that fail during your warranty period. If a part fails, we'll get it replaced quickly, to minimize downtime from work. Your labor rate is reimbursable and is covered for the first six months.

  • 5 years of coverage on the structural steel chassis of your EUV.
  • 2 years of coverage on the EUV's electrical components.
  • 1 year of coverage on the EUV's battery, which is not pro-rated.

Ready to Get Productive?

At Absolute E-Z, our goal is to provide you with the highest quality transactions and product solutions in the safest manner possible. With the right equipment and mindset, we believe that work can be fun again, and we're here to help make that happen for you and your team. As such, our mission is to be the top provider of stock pickers and other warehouse equipment in Charleston. We make it a point to listen to our customer's needs and do everything in our power to uphold our reputation for excellence.

We'll do so by continuing to honor the commitment we made to ourselves and our customers from the very beginning - earning your respect and loyalty through continuous improvement driven by integrity, teamwork, and innovation.

If you're ready to take your workflow to the next level, we're only a click or call away.

Contact us today for a FREE initial consultation
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Juneteenth and the Est. 1619 Pilgrimage to Charleston, South Carolina

Juneteenth, now designated a federal holiday, commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. It is believed to be the oldest African American holiday, with annual celebrations dating back to 1866, spanning across the United States. During the week of June 20th, Freedom Road US, will host a group of 200 people traveling to Charleston, South Carolina, for the Est. 1619 Pilgrimage. Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, Senior Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ, and members of the congregation are also atte...

Juneteenth, now designated a federal holiday, commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. It is believed to be the oldest African American holiday, with annual celebrations dating back to 1866, spanning across the United States. During the week of June 20th, Freedom Road US, will host a group of 200 people traveling to Charleston, South Carolina, for the Est. 1619 Pilgrimage. Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, Senior Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ, and members of the congregation are also attending.

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Lisa Sharon Harper, a prolific writer and speaker, and founder of Freedom Road US has assembled a prolific and diverse team of leading experts, advocates, and trainers dedicated to shrinking what Harper calls “The Narrative Gap” in our nation. As Harper shared recently, “The purpose of pilgrimage is transformation; the goal is to be transformed by soaking in the narratives of those whose narratives have been covered or hidden. We are changed, as we pilgrimage through the stories of others and ourselves.

Teaching Moments in Charleston

In commemorating Juneteenth, it is important to take a look back into our history to understand who we are as people of African descent living in Diaspora. In doing so, we must educate ourselves about the history of enslaved Africans in Charleston, South Carolina. Between 150,000 – 200,000 enslaved Africans passed through the ports of Charleston in nearly 1,000 cargos between the founding of the Carolina colony in 1670 and the legal prohibition of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade by the U.S. Congress in 1808. These numbers attribute to the fact that 80% – 90% of African Americans in the United States can trace their ancestry back to Charleston, South Carolina, which was a popular port for British slave ships.

Harper shared that Charleston is one of the places where decisions about enslaved Africans and African Americans had the greatest impact. “The land in Charleston is some of the most sacred land of our nation. There is nothing more powerful than standing on the land where things happened. During these pilgrimages, we can hear the stories of what the land tells; it is the land that witnessed the auctioning block of humans being sold and forever ripped from their families,” she added. The group has plans to visit the Gullah community and many other historical sites around the Charleston area. “We will stand on the ground and walk through quarters where enslaved Africans were held in six cabins that held 300 slaves. We will listen to the fields and cabins as they speak to us,” said Harper. “We will be transformed through this experience, as we hear the words of the people in the communities who are experts on this subject and share with us the experiences of enslaved people,” she added. “It is the pilgrimage experience that ignites all of the senses – seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching – and also deals with the inner life. In addition, there will be spiritual formation guides and coping and resilient specialists helping the group with what we are feeling and how to process our feelings. This pilgrimage, the first of its kind for Freedom Road US, involves the whole person and not just the mind; our whole bodies are immersed,” Harper shared.

A Pastor’s Reflection of Pilgrimage

Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III shared that Trinity United Church of Christ has been involved in Diaspora tours for decades. As Trinity’s Senior Pastor, he has led two pilgrimages, traveling to Ghana for its “Year of Return” in 2019 and to Ethiopia in 2017. “In commemoration of 1619, I felt it would be appropriate to bring a group to Charleston, where over 50% of people of African descent landed. Charleston and South Carolina are a repository of incredible black culture that is specific to the Gullah people,” he added. “Not only was it a port for boats bringing enslaved Africans to America, it was also the site for black enslaved resistance,” said Moss.

Dr. Moss shared, “It is a vision of Trinity’s ministry to expose people of African descent to the wide, complex diversity of our people across the Diaspora. There are places within the United States that are rich with history and are key to connecting with the spirit of our people. Spiritually, South Carolina is filled with churches, also known as “praise houses” or spaces known as ‘brush or hush harbors’ where people worshiped in rural areas away from the glance and ear of the enslaver. Our ancestors plotted, praised, and educated,” he added.

Pilgrimage as Learning Experience

Another group traveling to Charleston consists of over 20 students of Dr. Moss’ Prophetic Preaching Laboratory at Auburn Seminary who have been charged to keep journals, write, record, and interview those who will be participating with the 1619 trip. These audio recordings will be curated for a limited series podcast where others can learn from those on the pilgrimage and also listen to portions of the lectures presented by select historians throughout the pilgrimage.

For more information about Freedom Road US, visit www.freedomroad.us.

Donna Hammond is a contributing writer and seminarian. Follow her on Twitter, DeeLois623 and Facebook, DeeLois Speaks.

Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR expanding operations in Charleston County

COLUMBIA, S.C. – ...

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR (Golfbreaks), a leading, worldwide golf vacation specialist, today announced plans to expand operations in Charleston County. The company’s expansion will create 32 new jobs in the next two years.

Founded in 1998 in the United Kingdom, Golfbreaks specializes in organizing golf trips throughout the United States (U.S.) and around the world. As the ‘Official Golf Vacation Partner’ of the PGA TOUR, the company offers golfers a top-class, hassle-free service by arranging tee times, accommodations, ground transportation, tournament tickets and much more.

Located at 474 Wando Park Blvd. in Mount Pleasant since 2016, Golfbreaks’ Charleston County operation serves as its North American office and was recruited through the state’s Landing Pad program. The company’s expansion will allow Golfbreaks to increase its service volume to U.S. and Canadian golfers who take trips domestically and overseas.

Individuals interested in joining the Golfbreaks team should visit the company’s careers page or email resumes to the company.

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“With minimal travel restrictions now in place and a lot of pent-up demand, Golfbreaks is growing rapidly. If you like golf and enjoy delivering unforgettable memories to fellow travelers, then a career at Golfbreaks may be perfect for you. Our enthusiastic and vibrant team in Mount Pleasant is on a very exciting journey with our partners at the PGA TOUR.” -Golfbreaks by PGA TOUR CEO Daniel Grave

“South Carolina’s golf industry has seen significant growth in recent years, and today’s announcement by Golfbreaks shows that this momentum is not slowing down. I congratulate Golfbreaks on their expansion and look forward to their continued growth in South Carolina.” -Gov. Henry McMaster

“Golfbreaks’ expansion in Charleston County is a hole-in-one for our state’s golfing industry and the local community. A worldwide leader in their field, we look forward to many more years of a successful partnership with Golfbreaks.” -Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III

“We are thrilled with Golfbreaks’ decision to invest further in our community and create 32 new jobs for our citizens. Charleston County is a natural fit as we have a passion for golf and more importantly, we have a desire to foster business growth.” -Charleston County Council Chairman Teddie Pryor

Cancer survivorship program aims to marry research, clinical care

Gail Lang looks great. Certainly, that’s what friends and acquaintances say, and with good reason: She’s trim and elegant as well as friendly and outgoing. But how she looks is not how she feels. More than a year out from surgery and radiation for a rare upper nasal cavity cancer called esthesioneuroblastoma, she still struggles with fatigue, aches and arthritis, not to mention the emotional aftereffects of cancer treatment.“I feel very blessed to be here, compared to the alternative, but there’s still so many ...

Gail Lang looks great. Certainly, that’s what friends and acquaintances say, and with good reason: She’s trim and elegant as well as friendly and outgoing. But how she looks is not how she feels. More than a year out from surgery and radiation for a rare upper nasal cavity cancer called esthesioneuroblastoma, she still struggles with fatigue, aches and arthritis, not to mention the emotional aftereffects of cancer treatment.

“I feel very blessed to be here, compared to the alternative, but there’s still so many real challenges that go along with not only the emotional, mental and financial experience but just in the day-to-day life aspect of things,” she said.

Her experience isn’t unusual. It’s why June is recognized as National Cancer Survivor Month, the purpose of which is to raise awareness of what cancer survivors might be dealing with, even after treatments end.

The esthesioneuroblastoma wasn’t Lang’s first bout with cancer. She was treated in 2008 for a noncancerous neuroblastoma and in 2012 for breast cancer. In both cases, she returned to work after treatment and more or less picked up with her life again, so the duration of aftereffects this time caught her off guard.

Lang’s treatment included surgery performed collaboratively by a neurosurgeon and an ENT surgeon to remove the tumor, followed by five weeks of radiation, performed twice a day, Monday through Friday, in careful doses so as not to affect her optical nerve.

“I’ve been on a journey that, at night, still haunts me,” she said.

In addition to being, as she says, a three-time customer of MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, Lang is also a member of the Hollings Advisory Board. In this capacity, she got an early look at a survivorship initiative proposed by head and neck surgeon Evan Graboyes, M.D., and was immediately intrigued.

“It resonated with me, based on the path I’ve been on,” she said.

Now, with Graboyes at the helm, Hollings is launching the Survivorship and Cancer Outcomes Research (SCOR) Initiative, with a threefold mission: to pursue research on survivorship to address unmet needs, to provide patient-centered survivorship care that is based on the latest scientific research and to build a pipeline to train the next generation of survivorship and cancer outcomes researchers.

More cancer survivors than ever

Thanks to an increased emphasis on cancer screening and improved treatments, there are more cancer survivors than ever. In the U.S. alone, there were 16.9 million cancer survivors in 2019, and that number is expected to grow to 26.1 million by 2040.

In South Carolina, there were almost 281,000 cancer survivors in 2019.

And people are living longer after their cancer diagnoses. The American Cancer Society reports that 67% of survivors were diagnosed five or more years ago.

All of those statistics mean more people are trying to find their way in a “new normal,” Graboyes said.

“To be free of cancer, while that’s an amazing cause of joy and celebration, it’s not a time that’s without sadness or side effects,” he said. “And so, I think that’s the balance that survivorship takes, which is recognizing that the goal is to be free of cancer – and screening and amazing treatments have helped patients get there – but it comes at a cost.”

Among the side effects that cancer survivors may deal with are:

Graboyes became interested in survivorship because he saw the immense needs of his head and neck cancer patients.

“Coordinating with behavioral medicine or psychosocial oncology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, radiation oncology, medical oncology, dental – just so many groups involved. Care coordination was a big part of what we did,” he said. From there, he began to conduct research into body image-related distress among head and neck cancer patients and how to mitigate it.

“That was what got me excited about the clinical and research aspects of survivorship. And then from there, we took a much larger step backward and fixed a broader lens on the topic,” he said.

Nationally, some cancers are ahead of others in thinking about survivorship, he said. Breast cancer, for example, generally has robust services attached. That tracks with Lang’s experience: She said she felt there was a more holistic approach when she had breast cancer.

Graboyes said that the goal is to build upon existing survivorship programs, where there are areas of commonality across cancer types, such as dealing with side effects of chemotherapy or radiation, and also account for the subtle nuances of different cancers.

In doing so, he would like to pull together people from across the various colleges and departments at MUSC who are already working with cancer survivors.

Some of the existing programs include:

Even though there are people already working with cancer survivors, there are “tremendous gaps” in the scientific knowledge of cancer survivorship across the nation, Graboyes said.

“The scientific field does not know optimal ways to measure certain aspects. So, for example, fatigue – there are certainly many studies suggesting that maybe exercise is helpful. But there is so much that we don’t understand about why fatigue happens, and evidence-based treatments for fatigue are not widely available and utilized in clinical spaces,” he said.

“In addition, pain, insomnia and fear of cancer recurrence are really common among cancer survivors and make it challenging to accomplish day-to-day activities, but we don't know why some survivors are affected but not others. We also don’t know the best ways to manage these conditions and make sure that the most cutting-edge treatments are available to all cancer survivors as part of routine clinical care,” he continued.

"This new initiative from Hollings is a key step to making sure that cancer patients and their caregivers are having the best quantity, and quality, of life.” Evan Graboyes, M.D.

Lang is interested in the research that can help to produce those answers. She and her husband were so impressed by Graboyes’ outline for the initiative that they made a donation that adds to the $2 million commitment over five years that Hollings made to the SCOR program.

“I need to know, ‘Is there a better beyond where I am today?’ That’s really important to me because that’s what I want to strive for, and how do I get it?” she said. “If this is the best it’s going to be, then I need to know because I have to work on accepting that. And if there’s more that can be done to physically feel better and have the energy I had before, as well as take care of myself to prevent a recurrence, what am I supposed to be doing?”

Graboyes hopes that an organized survivorship research center will help to answer questions like this for patients like Lang. By having a center that includes both research and patient care, patients will have access to the latest evidence-based care, he said.

“Cancer treatment is somewhat delimited in time,” he said. “But survivorship, hopefully, goes on for a very, very, very, very long time. This new initiative from Hollings is a key step to making sure that cancer patients and their caregivers are having the best quantity, and quality, of life.”

Roll into the summer with the top five sushi restaurants in Charleston

Sushi restaurants in Charleston, South Carolina have been making their way up the food chain for the past couple of years. If you’re looking for a classic roll or something a bit different, Charleston’s got you covered.Here’s a list of the top five sushi restaurants to try out this summer.Oku – Located right in the heart of King Street, this popular restaurant is home to some of the best sushi in downtown Charleston.To start your night, Oku offers three different types of edamame that are all must...

Sushi restaurants in Charleston, South Carolina have been making their way up the food chain for the past couple of years. If you’re looking for a classic roll or something a bit different, Charleston’s got you covered.

Here’s a list of the top five sushi restaurants to try out this summer.

Oku – Located right in the heart of King Street, this popular restaurant is home to some of the best sushi in downtown Charleston.

To start your night, Oku offers three different types of edamame that are all must haves. After your starters, you can find all your classic rolls such as a spicy tuna roll and a rainbow roll while also venturing to try their playboy roll and a surf and turf roll.

Oku has a very popular happy hour that is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday which includes half off rolls and discounted drinks.

Oku is open Monday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at 463 King Street Charleston, SC.

167 Sushi Bar – You may have heard of 167 Raw Oyster Bar but have you heard of their sushi bar? Start your night off by dining at the chef’s counter to watch them prepare your meal. With only 24 seats, this environment makes for an intimate experience. 167 Sushi Bar offers daily nigiri, sashimi, and futomaki along with choices of hot items and sake.

We recommend making a reservation due to the small size of the restaurant.

167 Sushi Bar is open Monday through Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Located at 289 East Bay Street Charleston, SC.

Locals – Sushi and sports are their things and they do it right. Locals offer 28 different signature sushi rolls, amazing goat cheeseburgers, and a tasty Philly cheese steak taco. Whether you’re craving sushi or a burger, Locals is your place.

In addition, Locals has half off rolls on Monday nights which is very popular. Head on over to Mount Pleasant to get yourself a beer and some delicious sushi.

Locals is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. Located at 1150 Queensborough Blvd. Suite B Mount Pleasant, SC.

Shiki – Shiki is known to be one of the most authentic Japanese restaurants in Charleston. While a small environment, the food makes a big impact.

The staff is very friendly and wonderful at making recommendations. They have a huge selection of Nigiri, Sashimi, and specialty sushi rolls. On their menu, they also have Chef Parks specialties that have a “leave it up to you” option that makes for a fun night.

Take in all they have to offer at their sushi bar while enjoying some Sake.

Shiki is located at 334 East Bay Street Charleston, SC. Their hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Poke Burri – Go grab a sushi donut or burrito roll over at Poke Burri. They have created a new way to enjoy sushi.

You can either pick something off the menu such as the delicious spicy tuna donut or build your own roll or bowl. Rumor has it there is a secret menu guests can try. This fun immersive environment will leave you questioning how you have lived without sushi donuts.

Poke Burri is at 835 Savannah Highway Charleston, SC and they are open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Camp Hall: Business Benefits Of This Next-Generation Commerce Park

Content Sponsored byAs a next-generation commerce park located in the fast-growing and highly desirable Charleston, SC, region, Camp Hall offers a broad range of advantages to businesses looking to open, relocate or expand operations in one of the nation’s most business-friendly environments.Consider these advantages that Camp Hall — the No. 1 (and only ranked) commerce park in the Southeast, per Business Facilities’ ...

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As a next-generation commerce park located in the fast-growing and highly desirable Charleston, SC, region, Camp Hall offers a broad range of advantages to businesses looking to open, relocate or expand operations in one of the nation’s most business-friendly environments.

Consider these advantages that Camp Hall — the No. 1 (and only ranked) commerce park in the Southeast, per Business Facilities’ 17th annual Rankings Report — can deliver for your business:

Location

Situated a short drive from thriving Charleston, SC, Camp Hall offers easy access to the global marketplace via connected interstate routes, regional airports and the nearby Port of Charleston, the deepest port on the eastern seaboard. Home to Volvo Car USA, Camp Hall also boasts a brand-new I-26 interchange that provides direct campus access, and Palmetto Railways’ new industrial line will soon connect Camp Hall to the CSX railroad. Further, the Charleston region boasts a rapidly growing, diverse workforce of over 500,000 — and that’s not counting the 40,000-plus students in the area’s colleges and trade schools.

Business Climate

Ranked the nation’s No.7 industrial park by Business Facilities magazine in 2021 — marking the second consecutive year it has received the honor — Camp Hall enjoys a great business climate, largely thanks to its location in South Carolina. Well known as a haven for business, the Palmetto State was recently chosen by industry experts participating in a magazine survey focused on corporate site selection as the top state in the nation when it comes to economic development incentives. It was also named the fourth best state for doing business in another industry magazine’s 2021 rankings, and the fifth best state for business climate in a separate industry magazine’s 2019 rankings.

Space

Camp Hall has an incredible 4.4 million square feet of land currently under construction, throughout four campuses. A breakdown, in square feet, and quick overview of the space:

Infrastructure

Camp Hall, which has seen over $200 million in sales over the past six months, has a range of 13- to 600-acre, build-ready tracts available right now. And with easy access to a range of enterprise-grade utilities — including onsite electric, water, wastewater and gas — plus highly enhanced communication services like fiber, wireless and Wi-Fi, it also provides the physical and technological infrastructure needed for explosive industry growth. To top all of this off, a thriving collection of small businesses and conveniences called Avian Commons is being built into the heart of the commerce park, to help the workforce balance work with the necessities of daily life. And the park’s award-winning environmental design incorporates nature trails for walking, jogging and biking as part of a commitment to supporting local ecosystems and preserving land devoted to natural growth and thriving wildlife habitats.

To see all the benefits that next-generation commerce park Camp Hall can provide to support your business’s needs, visit the Camp Hall website. To learn more about campus availability for your business plans, view Camp Hall’s available sites. And if you have any questions at all about the master-planned commerce park, don’t hesitate to contact Camp Hall today.

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