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With production of its first car on September 8, 1994, BMW Manufacturing is celebrating 26 years of production in the Upstate South Carolina.
BMW Manufacturing employs 11,000 people to produce the X3, X5 and X7 Sports Activity Vehicles and the X4 and X6 Sports Activity Coupes. The 1,150-acre, 7-million-square-foot campus includes two body shops with 2,000 robots, two paint shops and two assembly halls. The plant generates about 40 percent of its own power from methane gas and uses hydrogen fuel cell technology to power about 500 pieces of material handling equipment. BMW offers an on-site Associate Family Health Center and provides 24-hour security and firefighting personnel.
To date, BMW has invested over $10.6 billion in its South Carolina operations and has about 40 suppliers in the state. A University of South Carolina study confirmed that BMW’s economic activities in South Carolina help support more than 30,000 jobs for South Carolinians.
BMW Manufacturing is proud to call South Carolina home and proud of the charitable giving and impact the BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation has on the local community.
IN TOTAL OVER THE LAST 20 YEARS:
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people view the BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX on the Golf Channel
Gibbs Cancer Center and Research Institute is a nationally recognized cancer treatment and research facility. Gibbs Cancer Center is a proven leader in providing effective cancer treatment through advanced technology, professional expertise and an exceptional level of personalized care.
Mobile Meals of Spartanburg glorifies God by providing nutritious meals, services, and fellowship to the frail and homebound citizens in Spartanburg County. Mobile Meals provides 1,200 seniors a nutritious meal each weekday using 130 volunteers to deliver the meal to their home.
Roper Mountain Science Center, the most unique organization in the Upstate focused on science education, is exceptionally positioned as a public-private partnership (with Greenville County Schools) to: deliver curriculum-based, hands-on learning for students, offer inspiring “edutainment” for the public and produce state-of-the-art training for teachers.
The Meyer Center for Special Children is a nonprofit that empowers children with disabilities to reach their maximum potential. Our unique approach integrates early childhood education with intensive therapies, bridging the gap between students with disabilities and their typical peers. The Meyer Center serves children (ages 0-7 years) with varying disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, autism and rare genetic conditions.
The Cancer Society of Greenville County’s mission is to create new hope and improve the quality of life for local cancer patients and their families. Since 1965, we have provided free of charge programs, services, education, assistance and support to meet the changing medical, financial, emotional and educational needs of cancer patients and their families in Greenville County.
This exclusive Pro-Am allows you to network with representatives from MAU, BMW Manufacturing and other sponsors at the Pro-Am and reception.