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Merge Oyster Roast Happy Hour at Navy Yard Reviewed

March 18, 2011

Merge Oyster Roast Happy Hour

This past Wednesday, 10 Storehouse Row at the Navy Yard at Noisette welcomed 100+ people from around the North Charleston business community as they came together for a continuing business networking series called “Merge”.

The event was co-sponsored by the Navy Yard at Noisette Business District Association and several other local businesses.  Co-sponsors included All Occasions, Anna Bells Kitchen, Biohabitats and Social Monkey Group.  Special thanks to all the sponsors!

Merge is a networking series that takes place in the heart of North Charleston. With an emphasis on connecting local businesses to one another, guest sponsors have the opportunity to showcase their business or cause and exchange ideas and contacts in a casual environment.  This month’s event saw special awareness to the works of Biohabitats.  Biohabitats is the nation’s leading ecological restoration, conservation planning and regenerative design firm.  The coastal marshes, islands and rivers of the Charleston region are a natural resource that will benefit from Biohabitats having recently opened an office at the Navy Yard.  A traditional lowcountry oyster roast seemed fitting and education pertaining to preserving these areas was presented during the event.

The event allowed attendees to enjoy appetizers, oysters and beverages as they mingled and networked outside on another beautiful spring day.  The diversity of the industries represented at this event exhibits the thriving business and dynamic nonprofit culture that is located in and around the Noisette community.  We are so proud to be a part of all the progress and national recognition the community has received and we look forward to the continued success.  The Navy Yard at Noisette alone is home to 80+ businesses with over 2,000 employees calling the “Yard” home.  It is evident there is a shared sense of pride and vision for the area. The Noisette Master Plan shows and states that key to economic revitalization is everyone having a shared vision.  As this shared vision continues to grow, the Noisette Community let’s the world know it is a vibrant, healthy city embracing its heritage and celebrating its role as community, ecosystem, and market place.

10 Storehouse Row, also referred to as the Urban Clubhouse of the Navy Yard is home to many unique events during the course of the year and we are proud to have partnered with the new Merge Networking series.    With the success of the previous Oyster roast Happy hour Event, more events are being planned.  If you are interested in getting involved or have the “urge to merge” please contact Geoffrey Reid at greid@noisettesc.com.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. JOHN PARHAM permalink
    March 20, 2011 9:32 pm

    I THANK YOU…. ALL OCCASIONS,ANNA BELLS KITCHEN,BIOHABITATS,SOCIAL MONKEY GROUP….CO-SPONSORS FOR THE OYSTER ROAST. THE FOOD,PEOPLE,DRINK AND WEATHER WAS A MOST ENTERTAINING EVENT……MAKES ME GLAD I HAVE A SMALL PART IN THE NAVY YARD…..THANK YOU!!!

    JOHN PARHAM

    • Sir Geoffrey permalink
      March 23, 2011 7:35 am

      Thanks for the comment and thanks for joining us last week! We look forward to many more!

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