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Myrtle Beach company honored as one of top 25 fastest growing in SC

A&I Fire & Water Restoration A&I Fire & Water Restoration

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Myrtle Beach company A&I Fire and Water Restoration is one of South Carolina's top 25 fastest growing companies, according to a statement from the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.

The statement read that A&I was honored alongside 24 other businesses from across the state in Columbia. The company said it received the honor of 19th Fastest Growing Company in the state. 

“A&I has firmly established itself in the Myrtle Beach area as top-notch general contractor that provides a multitude of quality services to its customers throughout the Carolinas,” commented Brad Dean, president and CEO of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. “President Danny Isaac and his team are to be commended for their commitment to professional care and service. We look forward to the growth their business will see through the rest of 2015 and beyond.”

A&I is a full-service general contractor that specializes in fire and water restoration. It services areas in North Carolina and South Carolina. 

"We are extremely honored by this recognition," A&I co-owner Billy Alford said. "Awards and recognitions like this are made possible by the dedicated team & staff at A&I”.  

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