If your New Year’s resolution was to consume more positive media pieces, congrats! You’ve found yourself at the perfect place to do so. We’ve got some less nerve-wracking news to follow; check out these stories we’ve put together!
BASF Converse donated $5,000 to Project Lifesaver, a program that helps public safety agencies provide timely responses to individuals in life-threatening situations. You can read more about the donation at Upstate Business Journal.
Wellspent will be holding its first virtual conference for health and economic leaders across the Southeast. Check out the full story here.
The Old Cigar Warehouse is launching a program called “Date Can Wait,” for engaged couples to continue the wedding planning process without needing to set a date. You can find more about this new development atUpstateBizSC.
Check out this week’s random Greenville history from our boss, including a failed attempt to resolve the national debt, a fire, and the trial of a prominent businessman in this issue of fete Magazine.
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate is extending their hours this year. You can find the full segment with more information here.
High Spirits Events is holding the second annual Greenville Venue Crawl, which allows for Greenville residents to view some of the venues the city has to offer. The events will be held with COVID-safe restrictions this year. You can read more and purchase tickets here.