It’s assumed that Labor Day’s lack of labor was exactly what we all needed. Now that we’ve had a day to relax and recharge, we can take a look at what’s ahead for September.
Despite the slightly shorter business week, we’ve still got a good bit of reads for you to glance at.
No lane closures + no detours = the gift that keeps on giving. As a gift to the citizens of Greenville celebrating a year of hard work, the Gateway Project refrained from closing any lanes or placing detours over Labor Day weekend. The full post can be found on Fox Carolina.
Our Liquid Catering friends supplied all the fun at last week’s Sippin’ Safari event held at the Greenville Zoo. Interested in adding some “sip” to your next event? Go check out their website.
Serendipity Labs has named Corie Miller as Lab Manager. Find out more about the new name at GreenvilleCEO.
Everyone loves a good underdog story. Dubbed the underdog in this political race, Guy Furay has launched his campaign for South Carolina’s 4thCongressional District. Greenville News has a video from Guy himself, go see what he stands for.
Rise and shine! The informational event hosted by Rebuild Upstate, Wake Up with Rebuild, will be held this month. You won’t want to miss this, get the details at UpstateBiz.
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.