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A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

  • Parking Lot Light Installation
  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Electrical Grounding for Businesses
  • Generator and Motor Insulation Resistance Analysis
  • Electrical Troubleshooting for Businesses
  • Ongoing Maintenance Plans for Vital Electrical Equipment
  • Transformer Installation
  • Circuit Testing for Businesses
  • Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Wiring for New Businesses
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Much More

A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Circuit Breakers

Your businesses' electrical system will trip when it has too much electricity running through it. These problems are very common in commercial properties and usually stem from one of three culprits: circuit overloads, short circuits, and ground fault surges. Obviously, when your circuits are tripped regularly, your business operations suffer. To help solve your circuit breaker problems, our commercial electricians will come to your location for in-depth troubleshooting. Once we discover the root cause, we'll get to work on repairing your circuit breaker, so you can continue working and serving your customers.

Flickering Lights

Flickering Lights

Like tripped circuit breakers, dimming or flickering lights are among the most common commercial electrical problems in South Carolina. These issues typically stem from poor electrical connections. These poor connections will usually cause sparks, which can start fires and wreak havoc on your commercial building. While dimming lights might seem minor, if you leave this problem to fester, you could be looking at permanent damage to your businesses' electrical systems. Given the danger involved in fixing this problem, it's important that you work with a licensed business electrician like Engineered Electrical Solutions as soon as you're able to.

Dead Power Outlets

Dead Power Outlets

Dead power outlets aren't always dangerous, unlike other recurring commercial electrical issues. They are, however, disruptive to your company's productivity. Dead outlets are common in older commercial buildings and are often caused by circuit overloads. Connecting multiple high-wattage devices and appliances to the same power socket can cause overheating. When the power outlet overheats, it can lead to tripped circuit breakers. In some cases, the live wire catches fire and burns until it is disconnected. For a reliable solution using high-quality switches, sockets, and circuit breakers, it's best to hire a professional business electrician to get the job done right.

Residential Electrician vs. Commercial Electrician in Great Falls:
What's the Difference?

Finding a real-deal, qualified commercial electrician in South Carolina is harder than you might think. Whether it's due to availability or budget, you might be tempted to hire a residential electrician for your commercial electrical problem. While it's true that great residential electricians can help solve commercial issues in theory, it's always best to hire a business electrician with professional experience.

Unlike their residential colleagues, commercial electricians are licensed to deal with different materials and procedures suited specifically for businesses. Commercial wiring is much more complex than residential, and is strategically installed with maintenance, repair, and changes in mind. Additionally, commercial properties usually use a three-phase power supply, necessitating more schooling, skills, and technical ability to service.

The bottom line? If you're a business owner with commercial electricity problems, it's best to work with a licensed commercial electrician, like you will find at Engineered Electrical Solutions.

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Shields Painting has been in the business since 1968. In a world where so much has changed, we are proud to uphold the ideals that make us successful: hard, honest work, getting the job done right, and excellent customer service. Providing you with trustworthy, quality work will always take priority over rushing through a project to serve the next customer. That is just not the way we choose to do business.

As professionals dedicated to perfection, we strive to provide a unique painting experience for every customer - one that focuses on their needs and desires instead of our own. Whether you need residential painting for your home or commercial painting for your business, we encourage you to reach out today to speak with our customer service team. Whether you have big ideas about a new paint project or need our expertise and guidance, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

We want to be sure every one of our customers is satisfied, which is why we offer a three-year guaranteed on our labor. If you're in need of an electrician for your home or business, give our office a call and discover the Engineered Electrical Solutions difference.

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Empire Portfolio Group Opens New Great Falls, VA Orangetheory Fitness Studio

GREAT FALLS, Va., Jan. 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Empire Portfolio Group ("Empire"), a leading Area Developer and Franchisee of Orangetheory® Fitness, the heart rate-based interval training fitness franchise, announced today it will open a new studio in Great Falls, VA. The new studio will be located at 1025 Seneca Road, Great Falls, VA 22066...

GREAT FALLS, Va., Jan. 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Empire Portfolio Group ("Empire"), a leading Area Developer and Franchisee of Orangetheory® Fitness, the heart rate-based interval training fitness franchise, announced today it will open a new studio in Great Falls, VA. The new studio will be located at 1025 Seneca Road, Great Falls, VA 22066, and will be the tenth in the greater Virginia area.

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The new studio will offer new member specials throughout the month of February 2023, giving locals the chance to try out the heart rate-based interval training fitness franchise as a founding member. The studio will feature state-of-the-art fitness equipment with a large lobby area to encourage community members to socialize before and after class. The studio will be celebrating its grand opening on February 5, 2023.

The group workouts incorporate endurance, strength, and power to generate the 'Orange Effect' – which keeps calories burning for up to 24 hours after the 60-minute workout. The studio will also have Orangetheory's new personalized MaxHR algorithm, which updates heart rate zones in real-time to improve individual performance results. The studio's treadmills and rowers are integrated with OTconnect technology, a proprietary platform that creates an ecosystem of data and feedback highlighting each member's total distance, average/max incline, max miles per hour and total moving time as part of the Orangetheory Fitness mobile app.

There are fitness programs that focus on technology to track your stats and there are fitness programs that focus on great coaching to motivate you— but Orangetheory gives you the best of both worlds in one great workout. "We're thrilled to expand to our 10th location in Virginia and are looking forward to providing the residents of Great Falls with convenient access to our science-backed workout. Whether you're passionate about fitness, or just starting your fitness journey, we're here to help you achieve your goals when you join our Orangetheory family," said Empire's CEO, Adam Krell.

For more information on the Great Falls Orangetheory Fitness studio and membership packages, please call 703-637-2365. Additional information on Orangetheory Fitness is available at www.orangetheory.com. Follow Orangetheory Fitness on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest news and trends.

About Orangetheory

Orangetheory® (www.orangetheory.com) makes it simple to get More Life from your workout. One of the world's fastest-growing franchise companies, Orangetheory has developed a unique approach to fitness that blends a unique trifecta of science, coaching and technology that work together seamlessly to elevate participants' heart rates to help burn more calories. Backed by the science of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), Orangetheory workouts incorporate endurance, strength and power to generate the "Orange Effect," whereby participants keep burning calories for up to 24 hours after a 60-minute workout. Orangetheory franchisees have opened over 1,500 studios in all 50 U.S. states and 25 countries.

About Empire Portfolio Group

Empire Portfolio Group, founded in 2013 and headquartered in New York City, is a leading franchisee and area representative of Orangetheory Fitness. Empire has over 130 Orangetheory Fitness studios across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. For more information, please visit empireportfolio.com.

Media Contact:Jardan Paige Brownjardan@kellyvoelker.com

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RECAP: Wrestling Sweeps S.C. Weekend

Noah Castillo and the Chattanooga Mocs cruised to another SoCon triumph Sunday afternoon. RESULTSCHARLESTON, S.C.---The Chattanooga Mocs completed their Southern Conference tour of South Carolina with a 31-6 triumph at The Citadel. The win puts the Mocs alone atop the SoCon at 4-0.The win included three tech falls and a major decision. The seven bonus points helped clinch the match after the seventh bout."I'm ha...

Noah Castillo and the Chattanooga Mocs cruised to another SoCon triumph Sunday afternoon.

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CHARLESTON, S.C.---The Chattanooga Mocs completed their Southern Conference tour of South Carolina with a 31-6 triumph at The Citadel. The win puts the Mocs alone atop the SoCon at 4-0.

The win included three tech falls and a major decision. The seven bonus points helped clinch the match after the seventh bout.

"I'm happy with how our guys looked to be first in each position," Coach Kyle Ruschell said. "First in contact, first in offense and building those important bonus points. Even in our two losses, our guys wrestled and there's just a couple of adjustments there to get their hands raised.

"Overall, we wrestled hard and I'm proud of that."

The Mocs complete a 3-game road trip next Sunday at fellow SoCon unbeaten Appalachian State. They take on Mountaineers in Boone, N.C., at 2 p.m.

WEIGHT-BY-WEIGHT 149: Noah Castillo 22-5 tech fall at 5:21 over Ethan Willis Castillo built bonus point win with seven takedowns and several near falls. It was a relentless performance over 2-plus periods ending just 21 seconds into the third. Notes: Castillo earned nine dual points on the SC road swing including a major Friday night at Presbyterian.

157: Lincoln Heck 4-3 decision over Anthony Allen It was an eventful first period with a takedown and escape for both tying it at 3-all. Allen started on bottom in the second and Heck built riding time to cinch the decisive point. Notes: 20th career win for Heck in his 33rd match over 2 seasons

165: Weston Wichman 6-0 decision over Aidan Lenz The two grinded through a scoreless opening period before Wichman took control. He went on bottom to start the second and escaped and scored a takedown. They started neutral in the third with Wichman earning another takedown and riding team. Notes: Evened his season record to 2-2

174: Rocky Jordan 15-0 tech fall win at 4:36 over Benny Haubert Rocky was, well, Rocky. He dominated from the start and methodically built his bonus-point win with a couple of takedowns and three near falls. Notes: Now 148-15 match scoring in his 13 starts

184: Matthew Waddell 21-6 tech fall at 7:00 over Micah DiCarlo Matthew Waddell followed that tech with one of his own. He scored at least two takedowns each period to build the bonus points. Notes: 60th career win as a Moc

197: Jake Boyd 4-2 decision over Mark Chaid Jake got the first takedown in the first and was up 2-1 going into third. Chaid built riding time essentially tying the match before giving up a penalty. Boyd made a late escape for the final margin. Notes: 6-2 on the year in matches ending within two points

285: Logan Andrew 5-4 loss to Jonathan Chesser Andrew looked to be in control after a 4-2 opening three minutes with two takedowns. They started neutral in the second with Chesser getting a takedown to tie it up. His escape in the third got the win.

125: Logan Ashton 4-3 loss to Blair Orr Ashton scored a takedown and escape. Orr got a reversal and escape. The difference was riding time for the Bulldogs 125.

133: Blake Boarman 3-2 decision over George Rosas Lots of actions and shoots in a low-scoring affair. Boarman's takedown with 15 seconds clinched the win breaking a 1-1 tie. Notes: 1st career dual win for Boarman

141: Franco Valdes 13-1 major decision over Dillon Roman Dominating performance from Valdes. Four takedowns a 4pt near fall that felt like it lasted a minute and riding bonus constructed the major. Notes: 4-and-a-half minutes of riding time for Valdes

Chattanooga 31, The Citadel 6 149: Noah Castillo (UTC) 22-5 tech fall (5:21) over Ethan Willis (Cit) – 5-0 157: Lincoln Heck (UTC) 4-3 dec. over Tucker Allen (Cit) – 8-0 165: Weston Wichman (UTC) 6-0 dec. over Aidan Lenz (Cit) – 11-0 174: #11 Rocky Jordan (UTC) 15-0 tech fall (4:36) Benny Haubert (Cit) – 16-0 184: #26 Matthew Waddell (UTC) 21-6 tech fall (7:00) over Micah DiCarlo (Cit) – 21-0 197: Jake Boyd (UTC) 4-2 dec. over Mark Chaid (Cit) – 24-0 285: John Chesser (Cit) 5-4 dec. over Logan Andrew (UTC) – 24-3 125: Blair Orr (Cit) 4-3 dec. over Logan Ashton (UTC) – 24-6 133: Blake Boarman (UTC) 3-2 dec. over George Rosas (Cit)) – 27-6 141: Franco Valdes (UTC) 13-1 maj. dec. over Dillon Roman (Cit) – 31-6

RECORDS Chattanooga: 7-8/4-0 Southern Conference The Citadel: 5-3/1-3 SoCon

SERIES 43-3 | In Charleston: 20-1

QUOTABLE "It felt amazing to be back on the mat and get some bonus points. It's all preparation for the conference tournament and making sure we peak at the right time." – Noah Castillo on 9-point weekend in first duals since Dec. 16

"He's got great offense. By starting quick and fast, he gives himself a chance to do exactly what he did this weekend. I think our guys fed off that today too." – Coach Ruschell on Castillo's impact returning this weekend

NEXT 3 MATCHES Feb. 5: at Appalachian State, 3 p.m. Feb. 10: Gardner-Webb, 7 p.m. Feb. 12: Campbell, 2 p.m.

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A Tale of Two Halves; Arkansas Falls to Ole Miss in Overtime

FAYETTEVILLE – The Arkansas women’s basketball team (17-7, 4-5 SEC) could not finish the job against Ole Miss (18-4, 7-2 SEC) on Sunday, falling to the Rebels in overtime, 76-73. In the first half, Arkansas led 39-20 going into the locker room, while holding the Rebels to 26.5 percent from the field. The story was different in the second half, as Ole Miss outscored Arkansas 44-25, while outrebounding the Razorbacks 25-8. In overtime, Ole Miss outscored the Razorbacks 12-9 to clinch the 76-73 result. Erynn Barnum ...

FAYETTEVILLE – The Arkansas women’s basketball team (17-7, 4-5 SEC) could not finish the job against Ole Miss (18-4, 7-2 SEC) on Sunday, falling to the Rebels in overtime, 76-73. In the first half, Arkansas led 39-20 going into the locker room, while holding the Rebels to 26.5 percent from the field. The story was different in the second half, as Ole Miss outscored Arkansas 44-25, while outrebounding the Razorbacks 25-8. In overtime, Ole Miss outscored the Razorbacks 12-9 to clinch the 76-73 result. Erynn Barnum went on a tear in the loss, scoring a career-high 37 points, which goes down as the seventh most points scored by a Razorback in a game in school history.

Arkansas got rolling early thanks to aggressive play from Barnum under the basket to give the Razorbacks seven of their first nine points of the game, leading 9-2 under three minutes into the game. At the media timeout, Arkansas led 12-4. The Razorbacks were held from the field for nearly four minutes, which allowed the Rebels to roll on an 8-0 run out of the timeout to tie the game at 12-12. Barnum dug the Razorbacks out of their scoring drought with a second-chance layup and a few minutes later, Ole Miss took their first lead of the game off a jumper. With less than a minute left in the quarter, Barnum knocked down a triple, as the Razorbacks led 18-16 after one quarter.

After an Ole Miss basket, Samara Spencer earned her first points of the game off a 3-pointer, as the Razorbacks retook the lead, 21-18. Barnum kept her hot shooting going with another triple and after a Spencer layup, Arkansas went up 26-18 with 6:22 left in the second, forcing Ole Miss to take a timeout. The Rebels scored out of the timeout, but that would be their last basket of the quarter with 6:06 to go in the second frame. Arkansas kept pouring it on, closing out the quarter on a 13-0 run, as Spencer knocked down her second 3-pointer of the game. Barnum came up with another layup and following a bad pass by Ole Miss, Makayla Daniels capitalized with a layup to help Arkansas tally four points in four seconds. The Razorbacks held Ole Miss to just four points in the second quarter, a season low for opponents in a quarter. Arkansas went into the locker room up 39-20.

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Ole Miss scored its first points in over six minutes with two free throws and followed that up with layups on back-to-back possessions. Barnum got the Razorbacks their first points of the second half with a layup to bring her point total up to 20. At the media timeout with 4:58 left in the third, Arkansas led 45-33. Ole Miss cut the lead to 10, but with a Spencer floater, Arkansas led 47-35 with three minutes left in the third. Barnum hit her third 3-pointer of the game to elevate the Razorbacks ahead by 15, but Ole Miss scored two baskets to cut the lead, as Arkansas led 50-39 going into the final 10 minutes of play.

The Rebels capitalized on their first two possessions with layups to make it a seven points game, 50-43, with 8:55 remaining in the contest. Ole Miss came up with another layup out of the timeout, but Spencer delivered a layup for the Razorbacks’ first points of the fourth quarter. Barnum tied her career-high with 27 points off a wide-open layup. Ole Miss made it a three-point game, 54-51 with a little more than five minutes left in the game. Barnum then made two free throws and another layup to extend her point total to 31. Ole Miss went on a 9-0 run to tie the game at 58 and then led with 2:31 left in the game. A Chrissy Carr free throw and two from Daniels helped Arkansas retake the lead, 61-60, with less than two minutes left in the game. Arkansas didn’t score a field goal for four minutes, and found themselves down, 62-61, with 1:14 left in the game. Barnum got fouled in the process of getting a layup to put the Razorbacks back ahead, 63-62 with seven seconds left. After a defensive stop by the Razorbacks, Barnum was fouled and made one of two free throws to lead by two. With seven seconds left, Ole Miss made a layup as time expired, forcing overtime with the game tied at 64.

After Ole Miss got a bucket to start overtime, Barnum answered on the other end with an and-1. A Daniels floater helped the Razorbacks retake the lead, 71-70 with 2:11 left in overtime. That was the only lead Arkansas would have for the remainder of the game, as Ole Miss retook the lead with a layup, which started a 6-2 run to end the game. Arkansas fell in a heartbreaker, 76-73.

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Arkansas’ next game on the docket is at Auburn on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. The game will be broadcast on SEC Network from Neville Arena.

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Lexington basketball sweeps ranked foe Summerville, plus latest state polls

The Lexington basketball teams swept Summerville in a matchup of ranked teams on Tuesday.The seventh-ranked Wildcat girls defeated No. 4 Summerville, 56-50, in overtime while the fifth-ranked Lexington boys routed the No. 6 Green Wave, 75-48.In the girls game, Lexington led most of the second half before the Green Wave tied it at 47-47 with 4.4 seconds left. Summerville had a chance to win it but missed the game-winner at the end of regulation.In overtime, Lexington took the lead on Evie Godfrey’s basket and never ...

The Lexington basketball teams swept Summerville in a matchup of ranked teams on Tuesday.

The seventh-ranked Wildcat girls defeated No. 4 Summerville, 56-50, in overtime while the fifth-ranked Lexington boys routed the No. 6 Green Wave, 75-48.

In the girls game, Lexington led most of the second half before the Green Wave tied it at 47-47 with 4.4 seconds left. Summerville had a chance to win it but missed the game-winner at the end of regulation.

In overtime, Lexington took the lead on Evie Godfrey’s basket and never trailed in the extra session.

Godfrey, an eighth grader, had a career-high 17 in place of starter Jenna Yanity who missed the game with an illness. Lindsay Garner added 10 points for Lexington.

In the boys game, the Wildcats went on a 29-10 run in the first half to lead 34-25. Jaxon Prunty scored a season-high 22 points, and Cam Scott added 18. Kaleb Evans had 15.

Lexington 75, Summerville 48

L: Kaleb Evans 15, Bell 3, Cam Scott 18, Campbell 1, Jaxon Prunty 22, Maxwell 3, Figueroa 9. S: Smith 18, Jenkins 2, Teal 6, Brown 3, Taylor 2, Chisom 7, Davis 4, Smith 4, Miller 2

River Bluff 67, South Aiken 60

RB: Caldwell 5, Yasir Cromer 19, Nick Renner 12, Robbins 3, Bearden 6, Dawson Powell 11, Chapman 9, Wright 2. SA: Smith 15, Jackson 9, Walker 4, Jenkins 17, Creech 4, Phillips 7, Williams 4

Dutch Fork 58, Spring Valley 54

DF: Jarvis Green 15, Bryson Taylor 22, Sessions 8, Stagg 1. Toney 2, Smith 3, Johnson 5, Thompson 2..SV: Burgess 6, Justin Skelton 21, Dawson 1, Temoney 3, CJ Rich 15, Isler 6, Parks 2

Irmo 68, Airport 36

I: Brandon Crawford 12, Te’Andre Summons 12, Mason Collins 10, Albriitton 8, Whte 7, Madden Collins 7, Brand 7, Hopkins 3, Foster 2.

Blythewood 71, Westwood 39

B: Lamont Jackson 16, Jaiden Haltiwanger 15, Jayden Guess 12, Josiah Pack 10. W: Arden Conyers 16

Richard Winn 43, Laurens Academy 40

RW: Lawson Wade 14, Drew Spires 14, Caulder 6, Stuck 4, Wilson 3, Stewart 2.

Midland Valley 62, Chapin 51

C: Tyson Ray 20, Perry Armstead 12

Aiken 55, White Knoll 46

Dreher 52, Camden 38

C: Israel Macklin 10, Dre Wilson 10, Sweetenburg 5, Hunter 5, Stratford 4, Doby 2, Simon 2. D: Barr 9, Lominack 7, Owens 14, Glasscho 8, Moss 8, Tucker 2, Brown 2, Baker 2.

Cardinal Newman 72, Laurence Manning 32

CN: Elton Smith JR. 14, Jordan Frazer 12, Josiah Peeples 11, White 6, Carter 6, Rogers Jr. 5, Echevarria 5, Gillens 4, Harrington 4, Hart 3, Dessausure 2. LMA: Sanders 8, King 8, Nivens 5, Sumpter 5, Buddin 4, Durant 2

Lexington 56, Summerville 50 (OT)

L: Evie Godfrey 17, Lindsay Garner 10, Lytes 8.

Strom Thurmond 51, Gilbert: 46

Spring Valley 75, Dutch Fork 72

SV: JaiDah Liebert 21, Madison Entzminger 12, Imari Humphrey 10

Westwood 58, Blythewood 50

W: Jessica Woods 19, Korletta Daniels 12, Thanna Davis 12, Omeire 2, Makiah Thompson 10, Johnson 3.

Midland Valley 52, Chapin 48

Class 5A Boys

1. Dorman; 2. Goose Creek; 3. Conway; 4. Byrnes; 5. Lexington; 6. Summerville; 7. TL Hanna; 8. Ashley Ridge; 9. Carolina Forest; 10. Hillcrest

Class 5A Girls

1. Stratford; 2. Woodmont; 3. Rock Hill; 4. Summerville; 5. Spring Valley; 6. Mauldin; 7. Lexington; 8. Sumter; 9. Wando; 10. Fort Dorchester

Class 4A Boys

1. North Augusta; 2. Lancaster; 3. Wilson; 4. Irmo; 5. Greenville; 6. Indian Land; 7. Westside; 8. Catawba Ridge; 9. Greer; 10. West Florence

Class 4A Girls

1. North Augusta; 2. South Pointe; 3. South Florence; 4. Westwood; 5. AC Flora; 6. Pickens; 7. Hartsville; 8. Greer; 9. Westside; 10. Bluffton

Class 3A Boys

1. Crestwood; 2. Orangeburg-Wilkinson; 3. Chester; 4. Clinton; 5. Daniel; 6. Wren; 7. Marlboro County; 8. North Charleston; 9. Lake City; 10. Manning

Class 3A Girls

1. Southside; 2. Camden; 3. Wren; 4. Phillip Simmons; 5. Gilbert; 6. Blue Ridge; 7. Crestwood; 8. Lower Richland; 9. West Oak; 10. Marlboro County

Class 2A Boys

1. Gray Collegiate; 2. Wade Hampton; 3. Oceanside Collegiate; 4. Keenan; 5. Strom Thurmond; 6. Newberry; 7. Landrum; 8. Andrew Jackson; 9. Woodland; 10. Columbia

Class 2A Girls

1. Keenan; 2. Gray Collegiate; 3. Andrew Jackson; 4. Bishop England; 5. Silver Bluff; 6. Barnwell; 7. Fairfield Central; 8. Kingstree; 9. Strom Thurmond’ 10. Saluda

Class A Boys

1. Great Falls; 2. Scott’s Branch; 3. Christ Church; 4. High Point Academy; 5. Denmark-Olar; 6. Calhoun County’ 7. Southside Christian; 8. Hannah-Pamlico; 9. Johnsonville; 10. North

Class A Girls

1. Military Magnet; 2. Denmark-Olar; 3. High Point Academy; 4. Lake View; 5. Christ Church; 6. Carvers Bay; 7. Calhoun Falls; 8. McBee; 9. Cross; 10. Latta

The Beverly on Main in Scottsdale partners with Suns’ Torrey Craig

The Beverly on Main is known as the intimate and upscale cocktail lounge that provides its guests something a bit more sophisticated. If venturing into “The Vortex” area, a.k.a. Scottsdale’s Entertainment District, you’ll want to give The Beverly a chance, and see what you’ve been missing. Recently, The Beverly announced a delicious new partnership with Phoenix Suns’ Forward, Torrey Craig.In a return to the Phoenix Suns, To...

The Beverly on Main is known as the intimate and upscale cocktail lounge that provides its guests something a bit more sophisticated. If venturing into “The Vortex” area, a.k.a. Scottsdale’s Entertainment District, you’ll want to give The Beverly a chance, and see what you’ve been missing. Recently, The Beverly announced a delicious new partnership with Phoenix Suns’ Forward, Torrey Craig.

In a return to the Phoenix Suns, Torrey continues to ingratiate himself to the Valley by being a valuable player and an engaged Arizona resident, wanting to put good out into the community. In an exciting new partnership, The Beverly has partnered with Craig to give a portion of proceeds of a signature cocktail, and in the future, a vegan meal back to The Torrey Craig Foundation.

“I like to eat after every game,” says Craig. This place is always open late… The kitchen closes like 1:30 a.m. and a lot of times we have late games, so this is one of the spots I started coming to.” Craig switched to a vegan diet seven months ago and loves the variety of vegan options on The Beverly’s food menu.

Craig explains, “The first two weeks were tough because I was trying to adjust and learn what to eat and what not to eat… And check and see what has what in it.” Those around him were supportive his chef helped with a good menu. He says that he now feels much better when he plays and knows that it is better for his body.

He has made it part of his regular routine to stop in and eat at The Beverly and meet with the owners and staff. A positive relationship has developed over time, and the partnership was fostered through the efforts of athlete manager, Josh Mason.

“Torrey spoke to me about the foundation he started, and I had an idea of bringing awareness to it,” says Mason. “The Beverly was a perfect place to have activations involving food and beverage and we formed a partnership.”

Craig’s basketball jersey number is “0.” Keeping in the cheeky vein of fun that is The Beverly, the signature cocktail was named “0 F#cks Given.” The unique cocktail incorporates Mandala Tequila, passion fruit, mango, lemon juice and Red Bull Blue Edition, that imparts a blueberry flavor. Taking the creativity up a notch, the cocktail includes two orange ice spheres resembling basketballs and is served in a whiskey-style cocktail glass. Very “swish!”

The best tasting part of the cocktail is that each purchase goes to help The Torrey Craig Foundation. “It’s really for younger kids, anywhere really, and I started it when I re-did the courts back home in my hometown,” says Craig, who hails from Great Falls, SC. “I felt it was only right to start a foundation then and from that, I’ve been able to give back to kids.”

The foundation sponsored two families for a bountiful Christmas. It has also sponsored the Build-A-Bear Foundation that has a literacy program that donates reading materials, and The Hearts ‘n’ Hugs Fund that provides furry Build-A-Bear friends to children in need of comfort. “It’s the little things here and there, and I’m trying to help as many kids as I can,” Craig adds. “I was there building bears with them!”

Very shortly, The Beverly will also have a Torrey Craig-tailored vegan meal that when purchased, funds will go to help The Torrey Craig Foundation.

At the moment Craig is focused on having a solid end-of-season with the Suns. “Once we get healthy, I feel like we have a chance to be just as good as we were when we went to finals…,” he finishes. “We’ve just had tough luck with these last couple of months with guys being injured, myself included. We’re just trying to get back whole and try to turn this thing around as fast as possible. It’s been tough these last couple of weeks.”

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