As we leave an unusual April behind, we enter May with a small glimpse of the light at the end of the tunnel. Small businesses are slowly and cautiously opening their doors, and while things are still far from normal, we’re closer than we were two weeks ago.
So let’s take it a day at a time. Sit and read some stories we worked on last week.
Greenville-based commercial real estate private equity firm RealOp recently leased its 364,082-square-foot Tampa property to independent bottler Refresco. Check out the story on Upstate Business Journal.
After the terrible tornados that hit the upstate, chemical company BASF pledged $50,000 to the City of Seneca Relief Fund, which supports community members affected by the damage.
While everything seems to be changing without warning, rest assured that the latest issue of Fete Greenville Magazine still features the usual trivia from our boss. You can also find a piece on RealOp in there.
Prisma Health partnered with two SC distilleries to get thousands of gallons of hand sanitizer.
The Duck Derby is still on! Get ready to release your duck into the Reedy River on July 11th! If you haven’t purchased a duck, you can do that here!
Once the quarantine lifts, we know you’re going to want to celebrate at Tacos n’ Tequila! The fiesta has been rescheduled for June 14th, 2020. Purchase your tickets on their website right here!