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Pittsburgh-based baked goods supplier Smiley Cookie has finalized an agreement with five new independent regional sales representatives: Jon Wendinger, representing Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and North Dakota; dual team Wayne Burden and Roberta Reiss, representing Northern New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine; Mark Thieleke, representing North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia; Penny Hughes, representing Florida; and Vince Bagwell, representing Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.
Fresh Beginnings announced the hiring of Cochran and Company to represent their gourmet food gift line in the Southeast, including the states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi.
Hurricane Irene threatens to damage about a quarter of the cotton areas in Georgia, the second-largest grower in the U.S., and a large part of South Carolina, when it makes landfall, a weather forecaster said.
Irene was forecast to reach the eastern Florida coast and hit South Carolina on Aug. 27, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center. It may affect Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, causing about $2.2 billion in losses, according to an initial estimate by Kinetic Analysis Corp., a risk modeling firm in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Cincinnati-based TSC Apparel announced their one year anniversary of their two new facilities in mid-Georgia and Atlanta.
In late April 2010, TSC Apparel opened a new 100,000 sq. ft. distribution center in middle Georgia as well as a new sales office and pickup location in Atlanta–now serving the Southeast from two facilities instead of one.