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.
Quitchet, an app designed to simplify the process of buying or selling a home, has launched in Greenville. You can read more about Quitchet in GSABizWire.
James H. “Chip” Price IV, a Greenville attorney, passed this week from his battle with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. You can read more about Price’s life and legacy here.
Greenville-based digital marketing agency STORY is working with SESCO and TRS on COVID-related branding efforts. You can read more about this initiative at GreenvilleCEO.
People still have questions about the Gateway Project, including an incredibly important one: when exactly does the speed limit change on I-385? You can find the answer to that question here.
Our boss detailed some random Greenville trivia for fete Greenville. You can read all about plenty of gubernatorial history, a lawsuit because of a failed gymnastics routine, and a campaign to revamp libraries in this week’s issue.
Sylvan Learning is providing discounts on Homework Support until Election Day. Read more about this opportunity here and call Sylvan Learning at 864-676-0011 to take advantage of the discount.
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate is holding a Trick-or-Treat event, sponsored by many businesses including Complete PR, on Halloween from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Greenville and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Spartanburg. Learn more about the Greenville event here and purchase tickets here. Information on the Spartanburg event can be found here, and the ticket sales page can be found here. Tickets start at $10.