While to some Valentine’s day seems like a lifetime ago, for most of us February flew by. Despite this being the shortest month in the year, our clients and fellow Greenville workers managed to squeeze in an impressive amount of achievement.
There’s no “i” in team! High Spirits Hospitality celebrated their 8th anniversary with some in-house awards for their dedicated employees. Check out the list of honors over at UpstateBiz.
Another detour took place at the Gateway project last week giving crews a chance to work on the I85-S to I-385S connector ramp bridge. Take a look at the full story on WSPA.com.
Wendy Green answered all your duck derby related questions in the March issue of Fete Magazine! We have the link right here for you.
Got an international sweet tooth? Old Europe Pastries from Asheville has signed a lease for downtown Main St. and plans to open its second location there this spring. Be the first in line by reading the rest of the details over on Upstate Business Journal.
Got plans for March 5th? The Small Business Development Center is hosting a workshop focused on growth and hard business discussions. You will hear from Jim Wiginton of Broad Insights and Tim Joiner of 3Fold. For more information on how to attend, visit their website! You can also learn more by reading the story on UpstateBiz.
Did last Friday’s “National Margarita Day” get you warmed up for Tacos and Tequila? Good! Go secure your tickets on their website now!
Time to start training! Signups have already begun for the Mountains to Main Street Half Marathon & 5K in May 2019. Follow through with your New Year’s resolution by signing up here.