Palmetto Publishing Group awarded Better Business Bureau Torch Award for S.C.
Nov 06, 2017 12:21PM ● Published by Kathleen Maris
Photo (from left to right): Jen Toomey, creative director; Michael Shannon, chief development officer; and Lindsay Bower, editor
Mount Pleasant–based publishing company Palmetto Publishing Group, a division of Arcadia Publishing and The History Press, was awarded the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for South Carolina. This award is presented to the most ethical businesses across every state in America.
A company should demonstrate its commitment to high ethical standards of behavior and provide documentation in the following categories:
* Management Practices
* Customer/Vendor/Supplier/Shareholder Relations
* Marketing/Advertising/Communications/Sales Practices
* Reputation within Industry and Community
Michael Shannon, chief development officer, says, “We're ecstatic and honored to win this award. We founded Palmetto Publishing Group on customer service, and every team member we have goes above and beyond. Giving back is also really important us. Over the last year, we have donated hundreds of books to Title 1 schools, fed and ate with the less fortunate on Christmas Day, and served on the board for Jerry Zucker Ride for Hope and helped raise over $59,000 for local cancer charities. I could not be more proud of our team!”
Palmetto Publishing Group was acquired by Arcadia Publishing and The History Press in April of this year. Michael Shannon II, founder, stayed onboard to oversee its growth.
About Palmetto Publishing Group:
Founded and headquartered in Charleston, SC, Palmetto Publishing Group is a full-service publishing company. We offer traditional, hybrid, and self-publishing services! We strongly believe in providing a personal experience with each author we work with and want them to be a part of the full publishing process.
About Arcadia Publishing and The History Press:
Arcadia Publishing and The History Press are the leading and most comprehensive publishers of local and regional books in the United States with a library of more than 14,000 titles. Headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, the two imprints publish a combined 600 books each year. By empowering history and culture enthusiasts to write local stories for local audiences, we create exceptional books that are relevant on a local and personal level, enrich lives, and bring readers closer to their community, their neighbors, and their past.