As the sun comes out and the rain dries up, we’re finally able to settle back into our normal lives pre-Florence. And yes, we may have gone a little overboard on our doomsday preparation here in Greenville.
Take a moment away from enjoying the sunshine and see what our clients have planned for autumn!
How brave are you? If you’re interested in facing your fears this Halloween, go get locked in a horror themed escape room at Escape Artist of Greenville. Their newest room is their “scariest yet,” but don’t take our word for it. Go read about it at The Clutch.
Did you accelerate your career last week? MAU Workforce Solutions hosted a job fair for BMW on September 18th. Get all the details at Greenville Business Magazine.
As promised, we have the info on all the important Gateway lane closures. In case you haven’t heard, take a look at the article on WYFF4 so you can make sure you’re up to date.
Members of the Remember Old Hickory project will be hosting a special event on September 29thto honor the day Greenville trained soldiers broke the Hindenburg Line in World War I. We love this Greenville fun fact, read more about it on UpstateBiz.
Our friends at Politically Epic have been keeping a close eye on the Greenville campaign races to inform voters this coming election. Go watch the unconventional debate held by Politically Epic’s Chase Michaels at WSPA.
Got film? Reedy Reels is now taking submissions for this year’s Reedy Reels Film Festival. Don’t have film? Don’t let that stop you from purchasing a ticket! Head on over to their website for information on film submission and general admission ticket sales.
Art lovers, listen up. Contemporary Print Collective will be hosting their annual Print Fair this October, filled with some of the Upstate’s most talented printmakers. To get more information on the event, go to the Clutch.