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During the Question and Answer session at the 1st Annual Camden Area Business Cookout, Thomas Anderson, owner of Potter’s Computer Systems in Lugoff, told attendees about working with a high school senior that he met through VR’s Youth Services.

“I helped teach him soft skills, how to communicate and how to dress. I taught him how to upgrade and repair computers. In turn, this young man had graphics and social media skills, and he put my business onto Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and others. As a result, I’ve had a 20 percent increase in business with new and existing customers.”