Even though we’re getting into the thick of holiday season, our clients are staying focused and motivated. Also, we aren’t sure who needs to hear this, but the pumpkin you carved mid-October is rotting and you need to throw it out.
High Spirits Hospitality brought on industry leader Holly Haraway as their new vice president of sales and marketing last week.
Greenville native Robbie Randolph joined Blackstream International as a residential and commercial agent. Read the release to find out more about Blackstream International and Robbie’s new role as a member of the award-winning team.
Last week, Joe’s Place Bookstore announced that this would be their last year in business. At the end of 2019, Joe’s Place will close their doors so that Alix and Mary Bernard can focus on a relaxing retirement.
We spotted a book written by our boss, John Boyanoski, in the article “9 Leading Books to Advance Your Knowledge of Urban Planning.”
Sylvan Learning Center’s teacher of the month was announced last week. Gordon Williams has served Sylvan’s Columbia location since May of 2010; read more about his involvement here.
WSPA celebrated this year’s season of spooks with our boss, otherwise known as the author of Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina. If you missed John’s interview with Jamarcus Gaston, check it out here!
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate will be hosting their 2019 Annual Fundraiser, A Low Country Evening. As one of the sponsors, we’re suggest you check out more on this event!
Picture this: you’re lying in a hammock, leavings falling all around while you drink a pumpkin spice latte and dive into a great new book. Joining a book club through Joe’s Place Bookstore can make this dreamy scene a reality! Go take a look at what they have to offer this fall.