The start of April means just one more week until Greenville’s first annual Tacos n’ Tequila Festival and we can’t wait to indulge! Take a look at what else our clients have been up to:
The University of South Carolina is launching a satellite program in Greenville this fall. USC public health faculty will work alongside staff at Greenville Health System and the program will focus on chronic health issues. Read more about it in Greenville Online.
Heads up: you may want to avoid Woodruff Road this weekend. One lane will be closed in each direction near the railroad crossing and the I-385 exits. You’ve been warned.
On Thursday, Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County raised the walls on the 2017 Faith Build home. The home is being built for the Youngblood family as homeowner Nicole Youngblood completes 20 hours of homeownership education classes and 200 hours of “sweat equity.” We look forward to welcoming the Youngblood family into their new home.
The Christian Learning Centers of Greenville County is celebrating its 20-year anniversary and you’re invited to the fundraising banquet. The banquet will take play on April 18 at the TD Convention Center. Learn more and hear from the executive director of CLC on Fox Carolina.
Don’t forget to buy your tickets to the upcoming Tacos n’ Tequila Festival. Check out the YouTube promotional videos from various participating locations and we guarantee your mouth will be watering.
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Fabiano who was awarded the Medical Director of the Year by the S.C. EMS Association. Fabiano oversees 30 to 40 nurses and paramedics who handle difficult EMS calls in the Greenville and Upstate areas.
High Spirits Hospitality offers a big welcome to their newest hire, Allyson Seitzer, as their newest marketing manager. Read about her in the Greenville Business Magazine.
The Old Cigar Warehouse has hired recent Clemson grad, Kailey Philips, as venue captain. Philips will be in charge of managing events at the venue. Check out the story in The Clutch.