Dig Greenville

Dig Greenville Our WorkDig Greenville In late 2016, Complete Public Relations helped Renewable Water Resources launch its largest ever project – Dig Greenville. This a $46 million wastewater conveyance project being approximately 100 feet below a bustling downtown that is aimed at providing sewer service for the rest of the county for the next century.…

Complete PR launches internship program

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Complete Public Relations is in search of Greenville’s next great public relations professionals to learn the tools of the trade through a newly launched internship program. Interns can expect to take a hands-on approach to learning media relations, community relations, government affairs, and social media management. Interns will be invested in client…

Intellisoft adds Compton as VP of Marketing and Business Development

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Intellisoft hired Russell Compton as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. Compton comes to Intellisoft after managing the marketing strategy for a software startup, OrgSpan, Inc., that was acquired by Interactive Intelligence. Compton also spent eight years at Lenovo, where he worked as the ThinkPad Worldwide Launch Marketing Manager, leading the…

Tacos n’ Tequila

Tacos N' Tequila Our Work Tacos n' Tequila Festival One of our clients, High Spirits Hospitality, came to us in early 2017 with the idea of creating a new food festival in downtown Greenville, which has a fairly full calendar of events. We helped them create the Tacos N’ Tequila Fiesta at The Old Cigar…

BASF wins Business Black Box “Green Award”

MAULDIN, SC, February 23, 2016 — Recently, BASF’s Mauldin and White Stone, South Carolina sites accepted the 2016 Business Black Box magazine’s “Green Award.”. The award recognizes South Carolina companies or individuals focused on protecting the environment and promoting energy efficiency. BASF received this honor for their dedication to energy-saving, environmentally friendly methods of materials…

WWF*D?

The GOP presidential hopefuls left South Carolina last week. The Democrat hopefuls leave tomorrow, if they haven’t left already.  Floating in the wake of the 2016 primary season is the detritus of broken dreams, landfills overflowing with red, white and blue campaign signs, political vendettas drawn anew and the feeling that South Carolina’s time to shine on the national stage dimmed again sooner than expected.