The Buzz: The Season of Feelings

With Thanksgiving around the corner, here at CompletePR we’ve caught ourselves getting a little sentimental. Our clients had an incredible year that we were honored to see firsthand. In a year full of big changes, these hardworking Greenville businesses always managed to make us proud.   Sorry, that was sappy and probably excruciatingly awkward for…

The Buzz: WAKE UP

Now that the sun has decided to set at 2p.m., one might imagine that workers all around the country are suddenly wanting to clock out earlier than usual. Daylight savings time seems to carry along a week or two of sleepiness and fitful longing for the holiday breaks.   But we’re kicking it into gear…

GuideStar honors Rebuild Upstate with Platinum Seal of Transparency Award

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Rebuild Upstate was recently awarded GuideStar’s 2018 Platinum Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition that GuideStar can give a nonprofit organization.   GuideStar is the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit data and intelligence is filtered through GuideStar’s industry-leading data services, analysis, APIs and subscription products.  …

RealOp Investments adds Shane Gray as Operations and Project Manager

GREENVILLE, S.C. – RealOp Investments has hired Shane Gray as an Operations and Project Manager. Gray started his professional career as the building engineer for Ogden Government Services where he operated and maintained 500,000 square feet of high security government facilities in the Washington, D.C. market.  He later served as an Assistant Chief Engineer at…

Rebuild Upstate’s West Greenville Initiative gets boost from cryptocurrency community

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Rebuild Upstate along with Brickyard, a local business incubator, used out-of-the box thinking in the new economy market to kelp kick start a housing renovation project. Brickyard leadership became interested in Rebuild Upstate’s West Greenville Initiative, which is a campaign to repair 10 homes in the community, because it wanted to give…