Share a few days with Women of Joy – a ministry that has been changing the lives of women since 1994. Based in Decatur, AL and lead by Phil and Debbie Waldrep, these weekends serve and minister to crowds ranging from 1,000 to 14,000 women at each event.
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Horry-Georgetown Technical College looks forward to welcoming families and friends to the next Commencement ceremony as we recognize and celebrate the academic achievements and lasting contributions that our students have made to the College.
This 2 Day Trade Show and exposition features the latest in retail and petroleum technology and marketing, educational seminars, as well as networking with industry leaders from throughout the region.
If you are with an Exhibiting Firm you Must Request Your Badge on your Exhibitor Dashboard
(Contact Your Company Rep to Register You.)
Eligibility to Attend:
Attendees are required to own, operate or be employed by a convenience store, truck stop, petroleum marketer or carwash. However, if you are an owner or employee of a company, or the subsidiary or affiliate of a company, (with the exception of a petroleum marketer/distributor/jobber), that supplies any type of product or service to one or more of the aforementioned business categories you will be considered a vendor/supplier and will be required to serve as a sponsor and register as such.
In fairness to exhibitors that support the expo financially, suppliers/vendors or their subsidiaries or affiliate divisions that are not exhibiting, will not be allowed on the exhibition floor unless they are serving as a sponsor. Employment verification may be required along with a photo ID –
NO EXCEPTIONS. Attendees must be age 18 or older – children are not permitted.
Benefits of Attendance:
Learn how to increase your profits in several key categories.
Decision makers in our industries attend the Southeast Petro-Food Marketing Exposition!
Largest regional petroleum and c-store show in the southeast!
Retailers and suppliers throughout the southeast gather to exchange ideas and insights and gain a competitive edge.
Gather ideas to expand your product line.
Introduce new profit centers to your traditional store format.
New exhibitors bringing fresh new ideas and products!
Hear educational seminars directed to your industry.
Network with both industry leaders and suppliers.
Anyone experiencing any symptoms associated with COVID-19, such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc. should remain home and plan to see us in 2022. Also, anyone known to have been exposed to a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the 14 days prior to the show should remain home and plan to see us in 2022.
Face coverings will most likely be required. Masks will be provided for those who do not have their own.
Aisles will be labeled one way. Hand sanitizing units will be placed throughout the center.
We recommend greeting people with air high-fives, fist bumps and elbow bumps.
Badge kiosks will be hands free. Pre-registered persons can scan their barcode on their phone or paper confirmation to print their badge. If you do not have your bar code, you will need to choose the line where a staff person can pull up the badge and print it for you.
Food suppliers who plan to sample will have plexi barriers/sneeze shields for non-packaged food prep and those preparing/serving food and beverage must wear face covering and gloves.
Exhibitors and attendees should practice social distancing and not congregate at booths.
Meeting rooms for education seminars will be set up for social distancing. Seating will be first come, first serve.
Parking is $5 per day
with in/out privileges
Credit cards & debit cards
We love camp—absolutely love it! We believe God uses summer camp to establish spiritual markers that students will remember as they grow in their commitment to follow Jesus. Our goal is to connect you and your leaders with your students through small group Bible study, engaging worship, and activities built around strengthening relationships. We promise to clearly present the good news of Jesus, to shape every aspect of our camps in such a way that God’s Word remains center-stage, and that we will have a blast while doing it.
Who are we? Student Life Camp exists to serve your church in her mission of making disciples. We do this by providing you tools to disciple your students and content that always points back to Scripture. We promise to serve you and your church in every way possible so that your week at camp can create lasting relationships that will continue to grow long after you return home. With over one million people served over the last 25 years, we would love the opportunity to welcome you to the Student Life family!
“More than any other trade show in the water well industry, the JUBILEE is a people oriented event. Its founders started it to inform, educate, and entertain contractors and their families. In subsequent years hundreds have worked hard for the JUBILEE and thousands more have participated in it. Every one of these people should be recognized for contributing to the JUBILEE’S success.”
(Kenneth R. Swanson, History of the South Atlantic Well Drillers JUBILEE)
From its inaugural year in 1990, the South Carolina Environmental Conference (SCEC) has been growing and building on success for the last 29 years.
This popular annual event provides environmental and water professionals from across the southeast an opportunity to receive up to 12 hours of professional training, meet with equipment and service vendors and network with other professionals in a fun and educational atmosphere.
The SCEC is held over three full days during mid-March each year in Myrtle Beach, SC. The 2021 SCEC will be held August 8-11, 2021, where it is expected that over 1,600 professionals will be in attendance at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. We anticipate a return to the mid-March conference schedule in 2022.
Want to find out more about SCEC? Take a few minutes and check out all of the information on this website, and then make your plans to join us in August 2021! See you at the beach!
The Water Environment Association of South Carolina (WEASC), and the South Carolina Section of the American Water Works Association (SCAWWA), are together the South Carolina Water Associations. We are a not-for-profit, technical and educational organization representing water professionals in South Carolina. Our members are a community of professionals who protect our states water environment and drinking water so this most precious resource can be preserved for generations to come. We are water distribution, collection and treatment professionals, engineers, regulators, and product suppliers.
Our mission is to provide solutions to protect, enhance, and effectively manage our state’s water resources, as well as deliver quality services to advance the water environment profession. We offer education to water professionals, and provide technical information and expertise to a statewide audience.
• Annual Subscription to the Journal, the official publication of the WEASC and SCAWWA
• Access to continuing education opportunities and scholarships
• Reduced registration rates to workshops and conferences
• Local and statewide professional networking events
• Volunteering and learning opportunities
SOUTH CAROLINA’S WATER ASSOCIATIONS
COLLABORATE / ADVOCATE
We collaborate with other organizations to advocate for safe and sustainable water.
3000+ Individual Members 80+ Member Utilities serving drinking water to a population of over 2.2 million South Carolina residents
10 WEASC Districts – To better serve our members locally
From performance & skills training to our renowned College Game Day program, NCA College Camps are designed to prepare your team for the entire season. Work with some of the best collegiate staff in the nation to create a foundation built on growth, camaraderie and tradition.
The Southeast Governmental Fleet Managers Association has been serving professional fleet managers since 1993. This organization has grown to over 950 members which include fleet and public works managers, supervisors, purchasing and support personnel. Our members represent cities, counties, state, public service and school districts, colleges and universities. In 2005 we realized there was a need for the expansion of this organization to include, not only South Carolina, but the entire Southeast.
Our goals are to provide training sessions and networking opportunities to our members during the year. In addition, our annual meeting attracts over one hundred exhibitors who offer products and services directly related to your fleet’s operations and technical sessions which address both management and repair related issues.