Investors

The South Carolina I-77 Alliance is a public/private 501 (c) (3) nonprofit economic development organization. The I-77 Alliance's sole mission is to position and market the four counties as a world-class business location to attract capital investment and high quality jobs to the region. The Alliance receives operational funding from its member county governments and private sector investors.  By working together, investors in the Alliance create new economic opportunities for the region, which far exceed what they could accomplish on their own.  The Alliance has established an aggressive marketing and branding campaign to bring new economic development leads and activities to Chester, Fairfield, Richland, and York Counties, which is made possible by our investors.

There are four categories of investment in the South Carolina I-77 Alliance:

  • Platinum ($50,000 or more over a three year period)
  • Gold ($49,999 - $25,000 over three years)
  • Silver ($24,999-$15,000 over three years)
  • Bronze (less than $15,000 over three years).  

To learn more about investing in the Alliance, please contact Rich Fletcher, President & CEO.


Current Investors

Platinum Investors 
Comer Distributing Company Duke Energy
Piedmont Medical Center Santee Cooper
SCANA Corporation The Springs Company
TruVista Winnsboro Petroleum
York Electric Cooperative  
Gold Investors 
Chester Healthcare Foundation Comporium
South Carolina Power Team Springs Creative
York County Natural Gas Authority York Technical College
Silver Investors 
Carowinds Chester County Natural Gas Authority
Chester Metropolitan District Chester Sewer District Fairfield Electric Cooperative
L&C Railroad Midlands Technical College
Newland Communities Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein
Rock Hill Coca Cola South State Bank
Bronze Investors 
Allen Tate Company Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc.
AME Inc Hal Stone
Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd M.B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc.
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Nexsen Pruet, LLC
S&ME Engineering Thomas & Hutton Engineering
The Tuttle Company Wells Fargo