Turbeville Insurance, with a location on Lady’s Island in addition to one in Bluffton and others throughout the state, has recently been named to the list of Top 100 Businesses in South Carolina by the SC Chamber of Commerce.
Turbeville Insurance was ranked last year at #98 and moved up an impressive 31 spots this year to #67 on the list.
Every year the SC Chamber of Commerce releases its annual publication, ASCEND Magazine. ASCEND, the premiere publication of the South Carolina Chamber showcases businesses of all sizes and addresses how South Carolina is building a stronger business climate throughout the state and across the nation.
“It is truly an honor to be recognized for the second year in a row by the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce as one of the Top 100 Privately Owned Businesses of 2017,” said Bill Turbeville, President & Owner of Turbeville Insurance.
“When my father began working in the insurance industry more than 65 years ago, I never dreamed I would be able to continue the legacy in such a large capacity. It has been an exciting year of growth adding a 5th office in the Bluffton area and welcoming two of my children to roles in the company. We look forward to continuing to provide quality insurance to our customers and investing in the amazing communities, like Beaufort, that have helped us to reach this exciting milestone,” Bill added.
The SC Chamber’s publication noted the significant jump in ranking by Turbeville as special.
“What an exciting accomplishment for our team to be recognized as one of the Top 100 Privately Owned Businesses in the state,” said Shannon Turbeville, Director of Marketing & Public Relations.
“As these awards put Turbeville Insurance in the spotlight, we promise to continue to uphold our company philosophy of quality coverage, superior value, and friendly service to anyone who walks in our doors. Accomplishments of this caliber would not be possible without each and every client, so we would like to thank them, especially those in the Beaufort community, for their part in this success.”
“We are proud of the business community’s progress in 2017, and we look forward to continuing our work in 2018 to make South Carolina the best place to live, work, and do business,” the SC Chamber noted.
No other businesses from the Beaufort County area made the list.