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Paid Travel Study Opportunity - $125 Jul. 27th, 2011 @ 04:26 pm

Hi there Charleston, SC community! We are market researchers seeking travelers over age 45 and who live in or around Charleston and Columbia to participate in an upcoming travel study. The study consists of a fun, casual 60-min online interview in which participants will evaluate travel materials and share their feedback. 

Technical requirements are a PC running Windows (MACs are fine as long as they run a Windows operating system), high-speed internet, web camera and computer headset. Compensation is $125 (or $100 if you don't have a web camera). 

Anyone interested can sign up online here: https://vovici.com/wsb.dll/s/c237g48926 
Feel free to check out our website: www.destinationanalysts.com or "Fan" us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/destinationanalysts

Please feel free to contact us with any questions. Thanks!

Current Location: remote

Lowcountry Artist Market - June 5th May. 7th, 2010 @ 11:23 am

Saturday, June 5th
Lowcountry Artist Market

Music Farm
32 Ann St
Charleston SC 29403

Etsy.com inspired Event featuring anything and everything Handmade, Vintage, and Local.

On Saturday, June 5th, the bands, lights, and music generally filling the Music Farm will be replaced by handmade jewelry, vintage clothing, customized home goods, and a variety of talents from all over Charleston.

The Market will be open from 10:30 am until 5:00 pm. Featuring upwards of 40 vendors, the Market will provide a variety of local jewelry artists, vintage clothing dealers, custom children’s clothing, home and fashion accessories, as well as artwork – all from the Charleston community.

The Music Farm will have the bar open, so patrons can enjoy beverages while they shop.

Kristen, the event organizer, has also set up a Facebook event.

Condo for Rent Sep. 28th, 2009 @ 01:48 pm
Hello everyone! I hope this type of post is ok here. My mother owns a beautiful condo West Ashley at The Arboretum, and has been living with my husband and I for several months. We need extra income and are trying to find renters.

More information can be found at http://liveatthearboretum.blogspot.com/. Feel free to pass this along if you know anyone in the market. We're looking to post this at the City Paper and the Post & Courier soon, but hoped to get a little free 'word of mouth' in the mean time.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for looking.

I don't know if this post is appropriate or not, but in this day and age, I figure someone could find this useful. It is a contract position, but it is a great place to work. I work there myself and love it. Contact csantos@charlestonjobs.com or call Innovative Partners at 843.744.0404.


Must have great interpersonal and communication skills.
Must be effective in problem definition/solving—both hardware and software.

2 yr degree in Computer Science, or other related
OR 3 yrs experience in IT Support/Computer Systems

Experience in multi-platform environments

Working knowledge of Windows 95/98, Windows XP, NT, and 2000, MS Office Products, Novell GroupWise, and Norton Anti-Virus.
Dell, Mac, and HP hardware and desktop integration.
Voicemail, pager, phone set-up/programming.
A+ certification or with work towards an A+ certification

M-F, 8a-5p

Qualified Candidates please submit resume.

off-the-wall question Jan. 20th, 2009 @ 09:12 am
Has anyone in this community ever heard of, or know anything about, a small restaurant on 17-A in Moncks Corner called Subhaanallah African Cuisine? I'm always interested in trying out new ethnic restaurants but don't know anything about this place other than its hours (apparently open M-Sa for lunch only, 11-3). I can't find any references to it on the internet so I'm guessing it's either really new or really under-the-radar. I know of it only by chance...saw it one day while driving through Moncks Corner.

Thanks in advance...
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