McNair Attorney Appointed to Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Board of Directors

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McNair is pleased to announce Shareholder Jim Gilliam has been appointed to the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development (MBREDC) Board of Directors. His appointment started in January of 2017 and will consist of serving a two-year term.

The MBREDC is an organization founded to function as a vital, comprehensive resource for location and expansion assistance, and to facilitate development programs throughout Horry County. Their mission is to lead Horry County's efforts in attracting, growing and retaining sustainable businesses that create jobs. MBREDC is made up of more than 170 members.

"Coming together with other business professionals from around the region solidifies the importance of economic development in the area," said Gilliam. "The ultimate goal is to create jobs and opportunities. Through this appointment, I am looking forward to giving back to the Grand Strand, as it has been a place I've called home for many years."

Gilliam is a Shareholder in the Firm's Myrtle Beach office and focuses his practice on employment law, business law and appellate practice. He provides advice to employers regarding compliance with federal and state employment laws, as well as prepares operating agreements for clients and drafts business arrangements. Gilliam represents his clients in appeals before all courts and has filed numerous briefs before the South Carolina Court of Appeals and the South Carolina Supreme Court.

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