Let’s get scared!

It’s that time of year, Complete PR, the public relations firm that specializes in scary stories, gives you our take on what movies to watch this Halloween. This year, we present to you, dear reader, some of our favorite underrated and forgotten horror films. Day of the Locust (From John Boyanoski) If you are familiar…

The Buzz: All the big stories

This fall’s heated up…again. While we’ve certainly had trouble keeping up with this weather, it’s been much easier keeping up with what our clients have been up to over the last week. Read Quitchet, an app designed to simplify the process of buying or selling a home, has launched in Greenville. You can read more…

What did you say?

Pop culture obviously influences the way that people live, but it also greatly influences the ways people speak. Multiple words and phrases we use today derive from movies.  While it’s easy to know where phrases such as “Use The Force” and “Shaken, not Stirred,” come from, some other sayings that have entered the American lexicon…

The Buzz: Rolling Out

While you’re getting ready for a relaxing weekend, feel free to take a look at these stories that we’ve put together for you this week! Read Lima One Capital hired Nathan Trunfio as the Senior Director of Sales and Marketing and promoted Cortney Newmans and Dalton Elliott. You can read more about all three employees…

The Buzz: We got a story

It started feeling like summer again this week, but what else can you expect from South Carolina weather? Additionally, absentee voting has officially opened up in the state. If you’re planning on voting early and in person, make sure you go ASAP. When you’re done figuring out your voting plan, check out these stories we’ve…

The Buzz: Looking Good

It’s officially October, which is supposed to be a month of scares, but after this year, we’re not sure how much more we can take. Don’t worry, though, these reads aren’t scare at all. Read STORY has hired Kaitlyn Ford as an Executive Assistant. You can find more information on Ford at GSA BizWire. Get…

How to Vote

With the presidential election coming up, many people are encouraging their peers to practice their “civic duty.” This term can indicate many different responsibilities, even including performing jury duty. However, one of the most significant responsibilities this year is one of the simplest: voting. Many people are hesitant to vote this year due to the…