There is an old adage that two is better than one. “They” might have it right. This week, our client’s news centered on forming partnerships for the good of the community.
Old over the counter medicine lying around the house? Vitamins you don’t want to dump and don’t know what to do with? Renewable Water Resources and Greenville Health System have partnered together to give you an option. As of Friday, April 29, there is a new colorful bin located at Greenville Memorial Hospital for you to anonymously discard your old medicine. Find out more in the Greenville Journal or watch WSPA, as they were live on the scene.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County partnered with the Golden Strip Church Coalition for their 20th home build together. Greenville Business Magazine can fill you in on the excitement shared around this longstanding partnership.
Rebuild Upstate and SENIOR Solutions partnered together to help create more opportunities to get emergency and long-term home repairs for the elderly in Anderson and Oconee counties. GSA Business gives us the details on how this partnership will improve the lives of our elderly loved ones in these counties.
Last, but certainly not least, are the partnerships formed by talented leaders who are committed to advancing their fields in the Upstate. Nearly 150 people were nominated to the 2016 Upstate Business Journal’s Who’s Who panel. Many congratulations to our owner, John Boyanoski, and some of our clients including, David Wyatt of Gleaton Wyatt Law Firm, Stacey Flax of Renewable Water Resources, Neville Lockwood of BASF and Tammy Johnson of Old Cigar Warehouse and Liquid Catering.
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