Congrats to our friends at 3Fold Creative. 3Fold was named Small Business of the Month for April 2017 by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. This honor automatically puts 3Fold Creative in the running for the Chamber’s Small Business of the Year Award. Read more in the Greenville Business Magazine and Palmetto Business Daily.
Topside Pool Club made a big splash with its announcement it is opening downtown later this month. Check them out in the Upstate Business Journal this week.
GHS Greer Memorial Hospital has partnered with Miracle Hill in a new fundraising event that features cycling routes and challenges for intermediate and experienced riders. Proceeds will benefit homeless children and adults in the Upstate. Read more in the Upstate Clutch.
We have two exciting promotions over at ReWa. With 23 years of experience in the public wastewater industry, Joel Jones has been named Chief Technical Officer for the Agency. He most recently served as the Pretreatment Manager for ReWa. Mary Beth Lampe has also been named Administrative Officer, previously serving as the Director of Human Resources.
Last Thursday, Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County raised walls on the 2017 Greer Community Partners Build Home. The home is being built for the Neriz family. Check out this article in Upstate Clutch for more information about the Partners Build.
Speaking of Habitat, Habitat Greenville has joined a national movement to address affordable homeownership with an awesome project in the Sterling Community. Read more here and participate by donating here.
All Clear Plumbing has named Matthew Cunningham its new Field Supervisor. Check him out in the Greenville Business Magazine.
Another great 864Living is out this week. Check them out there.
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate is expanding to Spartanburg. Check out the coverage on Scene on Seven.
The Insurance Source and Guy Furay were highlighted in this cool Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce video.