Let’s take a look at what our clients have been up in this week’s Buzz:
The last candidates were approved to fill two seats on the Greenville Health System Authority Board of Trustees. Read about them here.
Here are a few of the most popular tax credits offered by the state of South Carolina in this piece by Jeff Herman of Wagner Wealth Management.
Check out local artist Paul Dumah Morgan’s newest design and purchase your tickets for the Greenville Scottish Games at http://gallabrae.com/tickets/
Read how we can keep our state beautiful in this guest column in the Spartanburg Herald Journal from Barry Wynn and keep on showing your support to reauthorize the S.C. Conservation Bank at www.palmettolandwater.com.
Congratulations to our friends at ReWa who were recognized at Upstate Forever’s annual “ForeverGreen Awards” luncheon. ReWa was named the “Clean Water Champion.”
Another congratulations is in store for The Old Cigar Warehouse’s Courtney Hamilton. Courtney was promoted to be the new corporate and social sales manager.
The 52nd annual South Carolina Governor’s Conference on Tourism and Travel took place this week from Monday until Wednesday. This is the state’s largest gathering of tourism leaders, including Governor Henry McMaster. Love that WSPA was there to tell the story.
The Spartanburg Convention & Visitors Bureau has created a self-guided tour to celebrate our local agriculture industry. Read more about it (along with the latest Greenville food news and events) at Greenville Online and check out their mobile website at https://growninspartanburg.com.
Next, take a narrated walking tour and discover Spartanburg’s music history on the Spartanburg Music Trail. The app honors popular musicians who grew up in the area while exploring some of downtown Spartanburg’s music venues. It only takes 30 minutes to walk the trail. See www.spartanburgmusictrail.com for more info on the tour.