The real April Fools joke this year was this insane cold snap. Stay warm and check out what we’ve been working on all week.
Joan Herlong and Associates Sotheby’s International Realty hired four new people to their sales team. Read more about the new hires here.
TechStyles has launched several new products. Learn more about the new fabrics at Upstate Business Journal.
David Scheibenhoffer has been hired to Rebuild Upstate as their new Chief Operations Officer. You can find more information about Scheibenhoffer here.
Officials from the Gateway Project announced that the traffic shift on the bridge from the I-385 Northbound collector/distributor to I-85 Southbound will continue through to next week. You can find more information on this development at Fox Carolina.
Check out this week’s issue of fete Greenville for some Greenville history from our boss. This week is full of dramatic events, such as a drug raid called by the mayor that lead to the arrest of his son, a bomb threat against Eastern Airlines, and the abrupt resignation of a Bi-Lo president over alcohol sales.
Guy Furay from The Insurance Source shared his key takeaways from the American Rescue Plan, especially on how it will impact health insurance. Read more at TheGreenvilleBlog
Tammy Johnson of High Spirits Hospitality spoke with Unusually Successful podcast about her experience as an entrepreneur, currently running four businesses. You can listen to the podcast here.
Tacos ‘n Tequila Fiesta will be held this May with some added COVID safety precautions. You can learn more, and purchase tickets, here.
Sylvan Learning Centers across the Upstate have announced their June summer programs, including plenty of camps and personalized tutoring. You can learn more here, and visit Sylvan Learning’s website to find and contact your local Sylvan Learning Center.