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ARTICLE ARCHIVES

3 million: BMW toots Greer's horn for another manufacturing benchmark
MAR 24, 2015

BMW celebrated its three millionth vehicle to roll off Greer's assembly line. The vehicle, a Donington Grey Metallic X5 M with Mugello Red Full Merino leather seats and carbon fiber interior trim, was driven by Dawn Burgess, hired in 1994. Left to right are associates Thomas Watson, Pamela Shaw, Burgess, Shirley Scott and President and CEO, Manfred Erlacher.
 
 

Just like clockwork, another special ceremony was held at the Greer plant this morning, as  BMW celebrated its three millionth vehicle to roll off the assembly line.

The vehicle, a Donington Grey Metallic X5 M with Mugello Red Full Merino leather seats and carbon fiber interior trim, was driven by associate Dawn Burgess, hired in 1994. Burgess presented the keys to the vehicle to Manfred Erlacher, President and CEO of BMW Manufacturing.

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Greer Memorial recognized for setting national standard in healthcare
MAR 11, 2015

John Mansure has been president of Greer Memorial Hospital for almost seven years, overseeing the move from Allen Bennett Hospital to the new campus as part of the Greenville Hospital System on Buncombe Road.
 

John Mansure envisioned Greer Memorial Hospital as one of the best community hospitals in the United States.

Nearly seven years after the closing of Allen Bennett Hospital on Wade Hampton Boulevard, and its transition into the new and state-of-the-art Greer Memorial on Buncombe Road, Mansure proudly commends his staff in sharing and reaching a goal that only honors 100 of the best-of-the-best hospitals in the country.

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Pelham Medical Center plans $23.9 million, 3-story expansion
MAR 5, 2015

A $23.9 million, three-story expansion at the Pelham Medical Center is scheduled to begin late this year.
 
 
 

Pelham Medical Center has planned for an expansion that will add a three-story addition and expand surgical and emergency services plus other departments.

The $23.9 million construction on the east side, back of the hospital, will total 54,800 square feet, with 28,000 square feet to be renovated within the project expansion, GreerToday.com has learned.

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