It’s the second Friday the thirteenth of this year, but in 2020, does it make much of a difference? While you might be worried about bad luck, we’ve compiled plenty of stories to brighten your day.
Multiple companies in South Carolina are looking to hire more veterans, including Lima One Capital and BASF. You can learn more at GSA Business.
Upstate software company, Kopis, has placed twelfth on the list of South Carolina’s Top 25 Fastest Growing Companies. You can read more about this award at UpstateBizSC.
Andy Moorman of Moorman Law collected some thoughts on Greenville’s military and veteran history for Veteran’s Day. You can find the article here.
A volunteer team with Rebuild Upstate is working to help a local veteran by repairing his home. You can read more about the team, which will volunteer Saturday morning, at The Greenville Blog.
Check out the Greenville history our boss, John Boyanoski, has compiled this week for fete Greenville. While you peruse the issue, keep an eye out for a story on Rebuild Greenville.
Bob Morgan of Quitchet answered questions about his childhood aspirations, favorite albums, and more. You can find the full story with more information on Morgan here.
Curious about when the Gateway Project will look complete? Find the answer to that question at Greenville News.
Check out this FOX Carolina segment on BASF, a chemical company. BASF has always been a great workplace for veterans, and Seneca Site Director Elba Lizardi is looking to hire more.
Megan Heidlberg from WSPA spoke with Bob Morgan, President and CEO of Quitchet, about the real estate app. You can find the full interview here.
High Spirits Hospitality will be hosting whiskey and wine pairing event “Cask Away” on November 19. You can find more information about the event and purchase tickets here.