Columbia - Greenville - Charleston

Named "The 2011 SC Economic Development Lobbyist of the Year"

 

Experience Matters

Snapshot of current and past clients

DISH Network

www.dish.com

 

American Chemistry Council

www.americanchemistry.com

 

BOSCH

www.bosch.com

 

The Spinx Company

www.myspinx.com

 

SC BIO

(SC Biotechnology Industry Organization)

www.scbio.org

 

BOSCH Healthcare

www.bosch-telehealth.com

 

Carolina Film Alliance

www.carolinafilm.com

 

 

Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc.

www.hdlabinc.com

 

SC Asphalt Pavement Association

www.scasphalt.org

 

SC Staffing Association

www.scstaffing.org

 

SC Academy of Audiology

www.scaa.net

 

Greenville Chamber of Commerce

www.greenvillechamber.org

 

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare

www.spartanburgregional.com

 

Kelly Services

www.kellyservices.com

S.B. Phillips Company

www.phillipsstaffing.com

 

Lake Hartwell Marketing Alliance

www.lhma.hartwelllake.org

 

Upstate Chamber Coalition

www.upstatechamber.org  

   Greenville Chamber of Commerce

   Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce

   Clemson Chamber of Commerce

   Anderson Chamber of Commerce

   Greenwood Chamber of Commerce

   Laurens Chamber of Commerce

   Walhalla Chamber of Commerce

   Westminster Chamber of Commerce

   Cherokee Chamber of Commerce

Prior to establishing the Sunnie & DeWorken Group, Sunnie and John created and served as chief lobbyists for the Upstate Chamber Coalition, representing 8,000 businesses at ten Upstate chambers of commerce.

 

Earning two degrees from Clemson University (BS Marketing/BA Political Science), Sunnie Harmon is a two-time Captain of the Clemson University Women’s Tennis Team and an Academic All-American.  Sunnie began her career with Congressman Gresham Barrett. In her first year lobbying, Sunnie received the “Rookie Lobbyist of the Year Award” from her peers. In 2011, Sunnie was named the “2011 Economic Development Lobbyist of the Year.”

 

John DeWorken is a three-time graduate of Clemson University (MA English). He has held key positions in the SC Senate, the SC Chamber of Commerce and on a statewide political campaign. Greenville Magazine twice named DeWorken as “The Top 50 Most Influential People in Greenville."

Copyright © Sunnie Harmon & John DeWorken, LLC 2014

Website Designed By CS Designs, LLC