Kiosks at CHS
The Specialty Leasing Program, also known as the Kiosk/Cart Program, at Charleston International Airport is designed to create direct and affordable opportunities for small and niche businesses to work in a vibrant travel and hospitality environment. The SLP supports local and regional, small and minority-owned businesses.
At the heart of Nathaniel and Chasity Brown's bakery business is the Charleston Chewie, a brown sugar brownie made with a 70-year-old family recipe. The at-home business began as a hobby baking for family and friends. Accolades led the Charleston natives to start a catering business before expanding to the airport. Look for them on Concourse A. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Certified as Orthodox Kosher and able to meet the dietary restrictions of Halal, vegans, vegetarians and the gluten free, King Street Cookie has cut out a niche for itself in Charleston. Now the downtown bakery is bringing its quick-serve deserts and grab-and-go gourmet cookies and ice cream sandwiches to Concourse B. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tyrone and Faith Wilson got their start at the world renowned Charleston City Market. Their business caters to travelers looking for handmade items created from recycled wood and metal in addition to their own creations: cotton angels, chinaberry seed jewelry, and handmade dolls that are replicas of toys from the 1800s. Look for them on Concourse A. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The team of Victoria and Carlos Munoz are no strangers to the airport, having worked here for many years. Now their popular catering business brings their take on Cuban fare to travelers. Mama Chef will offer sandwiches, pastries and non-alcoholic Pina coladas. Look for them on Concourse B. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.