The weather is warm and the bugs are out, but our clients were also buzzing with news this week. Check it out before you head out to soak in the sun.
Business leader, Guy Furay officially announces his run for congress. Find out what Furay plans to initiate if elected on Greenville CEO.
Rebuild Upstate has been helping change lives for ten years. Find out just how many homes the nonprofit has helped restore and what they plan on accomplishing in the next ten years on Upstate Exposures Magazine.
Habitat for Humanity partnered with the Faith/Golden Strip Church Coalition Build to construct their 21st house together. Discover the story of the deserving Upstate family the home was built for here.
Jim Wiginton, CEO of Broad Insights received his Doctor of Business Administration degree from Paris School of Business. Explore what that means for the future of the company here.
The I-85/385 Gateway Project has plans to widen Roper Mountain Road seeing as the area provides a transportation route to about 14,000 vehicles per day. Find out when construction will begin and the plans for future road widening projects on Greenville News.
Abraham Lincoln, one of Rebuild Upstate’s homeowners and that is not a typo for a name, shared his inspiring story on The CLUTCH. Discover how you can donate and help people like Abraham whose homes are in need of repairs.
The Reedy River Duck Derby is only a few weeks away! Fox Carolina has the latest story on how you can adopt a duck, and how to enter in the first annual Duck Derby hat contest.
Greenville Health System is an avid sponsor of Greenville’s upcoming March of Dimes. The organization is hosting an 80s Themed Rally at Willy Taco on Monday, April 9. Discover how you can score tickets to the fun event and support the March for Babies on GSA Business.
Lace up your running shoes, the 3rd Annual Mountains to Main Street Endurance Festival is back on May 19. Register for the 5k, Half Marathon and Triathlon here.