As we hit the end of another chilly February week, we’re just grateful that South Carolina didn’t freeze over the same way the rest of the South did. Check out these stories we’ve put together while we’ve been trying to keep warm.
Elba Lizardi, site director of BASF Seneca, presented the Daniel High Football Team with a check to go towards championship rings. View the picture of Lizardi with the team here.
President and CEO of Kopis Andrew Kurtz described his thoughts on tech tourism and the impact it could have on Greenville. You can find the full article at TheGreenvilleBlog.
The Insurance Source is ready to help anyone who may need it as the ACA Marketplace reopens. Learn more about what this reopening means and what The Insurance Source can do for you here.
Check out this week’s issue of fete Greenville for some Greenville history from our boss. This week marks the anniversary of multiple occasions, such as the recording of a Big Audio Dynamite song about Greenville, Greenville’s first Secret Service office, and a Fountain Inn native’s performance at a Harlem Globetrotters show.
The Greenville Venue Crawl is just over a week away. There is still time to purchase tickets either for an in person or online experience. You can learn more about Greenville Venue Crawl here.