Complete Public Relations, Greenville South Carolina

The “self” tasks

Let’s take a little test. When was the last time you looked at your own company’s website?  Your social media feed? Googled yourself?  Networked outside your normal clients? If you answered half or more of those questions with some of variation of the answer, “I really don’t remember when” then you are falling into a…

Complete Public Relations, a Greenville PR firm

The Buzz

READ: Renewable Water Resources was proud to donate to the second phase of Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park, which began this week. The Greenville Journal covered the ground breaking ceremony for the second phase, expected to be completed in January 2016. Wagner Wealth Management is celebrating the expansion of their business operations to the Atlanta market.…

The Weekly Buzz

READ: The Woodlands at Furman hosted a Day to Remember with events commemorating World Alzheimer’s Day this week. The events of the day were shared in in Greenville Business Magazine. The Art Cellar gallery is moving to a new cellar! Greenville Journal covered the big move from South to North Main Street. The Made in…

On being human

Late yesterday, I had a crisis on my hands. My wife and I were going to the first night of Euphoria and we were having trouble finding a baby sitter. This became all consuming. I called, texted and emailed anyone I could think of who could help in this dire emergency… Meanwhile, just 80 or…

Horton Law Firm welcomes new associate

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Horton Law Firm announced the hire of Greenville native, Jeremy R. Summerlin as an associate attorney to their legal team. Summerlin works primarily with employees and businesses in legal disputes, representing workers who were wrongly terminated, harassed, or experienced discrimination on the basis of age, race, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, medical condition…

The Weekly Buzz

READ: We’ve got our eyes on you, NCAA.  After learning of the NCAA’s grand exit from North Carolina this week, Spartanburg and Greenville County jumped into the running in the hopes of bringing the games to the Palmetto State. Head to UBJ and The Spartanburg Herald to hear what Chris Jennings, vice president of the…