Spann Roofing joins the Florence chamber

A ribbon cutting was held outside the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce office Tuesday morning in downtown Florence to celebrate the chamber membership of Spann Roofing. James M. “Jimbo” Spann IV, vice president of Spann Roofing, cut the ribbon. There to celebrate were Josh Boykin, territory sales representative for Spann Roofing in the Florence area, chamber staff and ambassadors.

FLORENCE — The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting Tuesday at the chamber office for Spann Roofing and Sheet Metal.

A three-generation, family-owned business, Spann Roofing is based in Conway. The business was started in 1957, said James M. “Jimbo” Spann IV.

He said the company was already doing business in the Florence area when it decided to open an office here about a year ago. Josh Boykin is the territory sales representative for this area. His office is at 6 S. Santiago Drive.

Spann said they do primarily commercial business but have branched out into residential roofing and gutters. They also do service and maintenance work for homes and businesses, all to prolong the life of the roof and gutters.

“We have always done work here in this area and thought it was time to give back to the community,” Spann said. “My wife and I both have roots here.”

Spann said he wants to stress that they are a full-service repair and maintenance business.

Spann Roofing employs about 75 people.

For additional information, visit www.SpannRoofing.com or call 843-283-6115 or 843-656-9808 in Florence or 843-347-2220 in Myrtle Beach area.

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