Meet & Greet Local Candidates
Local Candidate Meet & Greet will be held on Monday, October 15 starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Miles Community Center in Mullins. Local Candidates to discuss issues and their plans if elected. Tables will also be available to meet & greet with the following candidiates: House Seat 57, Congressional Seat 7, Mullins Mayor and Mullins City Council. Sponsored by Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce and Marion County Progress.
Mullins Chamber Fall Fest
The Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce will be holding the Mullins Chamber Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 20 from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at Smith-Haven Park in Mullins.
This special event is entertainment and fun for all ages. The annual Bog-Off returns this year and the Chamber encourages anyone who would like to participate and show-off your cooking skills or just want to take a chance to network in the community . Deadline to participate is Thursday, 18. The community will enjoy tasting varieties of our Southern Tradition “Chicken Bog” with ticket price at only $5 and if purchased in advance buy two get one free.
There will also be live entertainment including Karate World, and Mullins Native Jebb Mac.
The Mullins Chamber is also excited about hosting the First Annual ATV/Motorcycle/Golf Cart Show and trophies will be awarded for a variety of categories including: Most Popular, Cleanest, Dirtiest and Most Decorative. It only cost $5 to be in all categories. If possible, contact the chamber is advance to sign up.
Small Paws will host a Dress Your Pet, Cutest and Most Popular Pet show. No cost to enter and you can sign up at the festival or before at the chamber.
Businesses, non-profit organizations and churches also have the opportunity to promote what they have to offer at no cost. There are limited amount of tables available so contact the chamber to reserve one if needed.
Hotdogs and drinks will also be available and for children 12 and under it will only cost a $1 for both.There will also be vendors, games, hayrides and much more.Chamber
President Rick Fowler says, “The fall festival is an event to showcase your favorite ATV, golf cart or motorcycle for it's uniqueness and charm. Offering music, entertainment and food for all to enjoy. It is a day to mark on the calendar and do not miss. So put the rat race of life behind you and enjoy a few hours of relaxation and entertainment. See you there.”
The Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce appreciates your support and hopes you will consider being a part of this upcoming event. Anyone interested in participating in the bog-off or vendors please contact the chamber at 464-6651 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Mullins Chamber appreciates donations from the following: Anderson Brothers Bank, Carolina Hospital-Marion, City of Mullins, and LDH.
Subway Opens New Drive-Thru
The Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce held a special ribbon cutting ceremony at Subway in Mullins unveiling the new Drive-Thru on Thursday, August 2 at 10 a.m. According to Owner Larus Lilley, only three Subways in the state have a Drive-Thru and his Mullins Subway is the only one in the state that can make your food as you order. Lilley says this new equipment can really benefit the time of his customers. The touch screen Drive-Thru can also program your order so your next visit, if you want the same meal as your previous one, all you have to do is type in your phone number and click your previous order that will display on the screen and your order is completed.
During the ribbon cutting, Neal Fairbanks, past-president of Mullins Chamber, thanked Lilley for his support of Mullins through his donations to the Mullins Chamber and variety of organizations as well as the local schools. Other community leaders including Sen. Kent Williams, Wayne George and Fannie Simmons commended his support to the area and the great environment he also provides. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Subway in Mullins at 464-4084.
One of the ribbon cuttings was the Big Dipper Ice Cream Parlor.
147 South Main Street, also offers lunch daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. including sandwiches, salads, hotdogs and subs. Of course, a variety of popular ice-cream, sundaes, milk shakes and desserts are available throughout the day.
This new business offers great entertainment for the youth with a game room for the family. Birthday parties and special events can also be held at the Big Dipper Ice Cream Parlor. This is a chance for the community and visitors to have a great taste and enjoy your family time. For more information, call 843-526-3341.
Business After Hours
The latest business after hours was held at the "Golden Leaf Antique Market". Great food and fellowship. If you can make it to the next Business After Hours, contact Cindy at the Chamber office and get all the details.
The Golden Leaf Antique Market is taking consignments on a daily basis. From partials, antiques to new and used furniture along with appliances and tools. Taylor says "anything of value."
Golden Leaf Antique Market and Nationwide Mattress & Furniture Warehouse are located on 303 S. Main Street in Mullins. Both businesses are open Tuesday through Saturday each week.
For more information, call 421-9155 or 464-6373.
The Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce welcomed the Big Dipper Ice Cream Parlor to downtown Mullins during a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, July 6 at 10 a.m. Owner/Manager Courtney Goodhope says the Big Dipper Ice Cream Parlor, located on