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Clarendon County Council Chairman Dwight Stewart said he is grateful for the continued support of companies like Black River Electric Cooperative. “We have always known that Clarendon County is a great place for businesses to locate because of our pro-business climate and Black River Electric Cooperative believes in our recruitment and retention efforts as well,” Stewart said. “We thank them for their continued support.” Operating in Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter counties, BREC is one of 20 cooperatives in South Carolina that serve more than 500,000 customers across 70 percent of the state. “Black River Electric Cooperative is proud to be a part of this county and we are grateful to be in a position to take advantage of the S.C. Rural Development Act,” said BREC CEO Charlie Allen. “Economic Development is important to all of us and we are excited to partner with Clarendon County.”