Whether you’re sitting around a camp fire, laying on the beach or having an all American barbecue, we hope your Fourth of July weekend is one to remember! Let me give you a quick rundown of the big buzz this week.
So you’ve spent some time sitting in traffic, huh? It might not be because of the 85/385 Gateway Project this weekend! WSPA shared news that the ramp that carries traffic from Interstate 85 North to Interstate 385 reopened to truck traffic.
Chemical company, BASF is expanding their operation in Oconee County. We love to see a business investing in South Carolina! UBJ has the scoop.
Raise your hand if you really understand insurance. Fear not, we don’t either but we know an expert – The Insurance Source in Greer. The Insurance Source will offer a free seminar next month at the Greenville Chamber to help small business owners better understand employer provided insurance. Greenville Business Magazine has the details.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County earned coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. Learn more about this honor by the largest charity evaluator in America from Upstate Biz.
Just a little over two weeks ago we helped local attorney Jason Elliott win the District 22 State House seat from an eight year incumbent. That victory led to an even bigger victory. Jason will be the state’s first openly gay legislator. Jason talked about the changing state of the SC GOP with The State. More details can be found in the Spartanburg Herald and Newsmax.
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