While we do appreciate a nice long weekend, we also want to remember and honor our U.S. military veterans who died while serving our country.
Before you head out to celebrate the holiday weekend, catch up on a little buzz from this past week.
If you saw men in kilts and heard a few bagpipes these past few days, no you weren’t hallucinating from the heat! The Greenville Scottish Games took place and this year they honored the Old Hickory Division. Find out the background of the games on the TR Tribune and WSPA.
BANDWAGON has gone global! CEO and Founder, Harold Hughes, traveled all the way to Dubai to compete in the Dubai Blockchain Challenge and placed fourth overall! Greenville CEO has the full story on the competition.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce recognized Guy Furay and The Insurance Source as the April 2018 Small Business of the Quarter! Find out what this means for Furay and the business moving forward on Upstate Exposures Magazine.
Students at Riverside High School raised more than $100,000 to fund the construction for a Habitat house in Greer! WSPA and Greer Today have the full story on the family and what this means for the community.
Mike Switzer interviewed Locally Epic CEO and Founder, Chase Michaels this past week on the South Carolina Business Review. Check out Michaels’ take on how buying local has a huge impact!
Interested in learning about how to properly boost your small business on social media? Register for the Facebook Community Boost starting Tuesday, May 29 through Friday, June 1. Greenville Online has the details on how to sign up and where the sessions will take place.