Great Southern Homes Announces Commitment to Conservation
Leading South Carolina Home Builder proud Partner in Conservation
Columbia, S.C. – With the start of the new year, Coastal Conservation Association South Carolina and the privately-held Great Southern Homes headquartered in Irmo, SC are excited to announce the home builder has become the marine advocacy group’s latest South Carolina based Partner in Conservation. With Great Southern Homes commitment of a continual annual pledge, CCA SC will be able to expand their marine conservation mission of improving both marine resources and recreational saltwater angling along the Palmetto State’s coast.
“Great Southern Homes has been a dedicated supporter of CCA SC for some time now and to have them commit to such a substantial partnership speaks volumes about their leadership’s dedication to quality of life in South Carolina” said Jay Brown, CCA SC state Chairman. “We look forward to them being a part of our organization’s efforts for a long time”.
As one of the Southeast’s fastest-growing builders and Builder Magazine’s 54th Largest Builder, Great Southern Homes knows the housing market of the Southeast as well as anyone. The company now builds in over 100 communities throughout South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia and its footprint extends to most new housing markets across the state. Since their beginning, they’ve built homes on the solid foundation of exceptional quality, industry-leading construction standards and brilliant energy-smart and cost-efficient features. Great Southern Homes currently builds new homes throughout South Carolina with operations in the Midlands, Greenville/Spartanburg, Clemson, Charleston, Myrtle Beach/Georgetown, Florence, Sumter and Aiken/Augusta.
“Our partnership with CCA SC is a fun and exciting way to get involved and be a part of all the important work the organization is doing along South Carolina’s coast” said Maigan Lincks, Great Southern Homes Marketing Director “Supporting and promoting the wise stewardship of our state’s marine resources is one-way this partnership contributes to making a better future for everyone”.
“It takes passion and a willingness to get involved to face the challenges to our marine resources and we are fortunate to have a partner in Great Southern Homes that conveys both of those qualities” said Scott Whitaker, CCA SC executive director. “Having South Carolina based companies realize the value of the work CCA SC is doing and willingly stepping in to provide the on-going support that it requires really speaks directly to the high priority South Carolinians place on our natural resources and sporting tradtions”.