We had a busy week. Ok, we always have a busy week, but there were some definite fun moments as we transition from February to March. Of course, the Buzz keeps rolling along.
Our friends at the SC Football Hall of Fame scored a lot of media attention this week. The reason, they pulled off a rare joint event with the Clemson football legends and brothers, Michael Dean and William Perry. Check out this coverage in The State.
Chase Michaels always has a story to tell about how to help the local economy. He is going to be telling it to a big audience in a few weeks as he takes part in TEDx Greenville. Learn more in UpstateBizSC.
Serendipity Labs continues to be a big story. Click here to find out more about the future of the Plush Mill site.
Greer Today covered Riverside High’s amazing contribution to Habitat for Humanity of Greenville.
Teresa Slack wrote this great piece in Fete about Camp Sevier and the Remember Old Hickory project.
Ever wonder who is running the show at downtown’s hippest pool club? Then read this story in Fete about Kelsey Johnson.
More coverage from the Perry brothers in Greenville. This time in WYFF.
The Stories of the Upstate Podcast sat down with Chase Michaels to learn about what drives him and Locally Epic.
Mountains to Main is an amazing race festival that is coming up on May 19. It features a triathlon, half-marathon and 5K. Sign up here.
The Tacos & Tequila Fiesta is coming up in March. Tickets went on sale February 1, and you better hurry. They go super quick. Learn more in this UBJ piece. This event is being put on by High Spirits Hospitality.