Without asking for permission, evening July thunderstorms have weaseled their way into everyone’s daily routine. Kind of rude.
Instead of a muggy blast of hot water, we’re storming you with some great reads to start off your week. Unlike those routine thunderstorms, these reads won’t make you feel like you’re wrapping yourself in a soaking wet heated blanket.
A new record has been set by Rebuild Upstate for how quickly they reached the milestone of 100 homes repaired in 2018. We can’t help but brag for them, so read more about the achievement in this Upstate Exposures article.
3fold, the Greenville based growth agency, recently added on Jon Burr as a new traffic coordinator. Learn more about Jon and his background at GSA Bizwire.
It’s hard to believe it has been two years since workers began construction on what has now become the 85/385 Gateway Project. We’ve seen this project evolve through every season. To see where it’s been and where it’s heading, check out the story on GSA Business Report.
It’s time for the 13thannual Hope Awards, and WORLD Magazine has just officially released the southeast finalist finalists. We won’t give away any spoilers, see who they are for yourself on Upstate Biz.
No surprise to most, Habitat for Humanity has once again received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. For all the good that they do, give them a read at Upstate Biz.
Hey Bach fans (not to be confused with the classical music composer)! Topside pool is hosting a Bachelorette Finale viewing party on Monday, August 6th. The best place to disguise your emotional crying is in a pool, so make sure to find out ticket details on Topside’s website!
We’ve been telling you to sign up for this race for weeks. At this point, you have no excuse not to run. The 11th annual Mike Foley Classic 5k is back this August! Find out more information and how to register for the race here.