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What Made the Cut? Crossover Update

Posted by: Ashley Young on Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Crossover Day is the deadline for bills to be passed out of their chamber of origin to...

OUR INTERN'S PERSPECTIVE: 7 Reasons Recent Graduates Should NEVER Live in Greenville, SC

Posted by: Ashley Young on Tuesday, April 11, 2017

REFLECTIONS FROM OUR INTERN

In Business: Autumn Leaves of Greenville

Posted by: Megan Campbell on Monday, April 10, 2017
Congratulations to the team at Autumn Leaves of Greenville on their grand opening! We’d been eagerly awaiting the completion of the brand new assisted living memory care community since the groundbreaking in March of 2015! The talented and ...

In Business: Tropical Smoothie Cafe Five Forks

Posted by: Megan Campbell on Friday, April 7, 2017
Tropical Smoothie Cafe has (finally) made its way to the Upstate! The restaurant has a presence across South Carolina, but now has a location at 2815 Woodruff Road in Simpsonville. Tropical Smoothie Cafe’s menu boasts bold, flavorful food and ...

The Greenville Chamber and Community Visitors – Opportunities to Build Commercial, Civic and Cultural Connections

Posted by: Hank Hyatt on Thursday, April 6, 2017

We strive to tell the Greenville story in an intentional way to...

Why you should consider applying for Leadership Greenville

Posted by: Nika White on Wednesday, April 5, 2017

For my dissertation research, I conducted a qualitative case study to evaluate the efficacy of Leadership Greenville...

In Business: The Salvation Army Family Store

Posted by: Megan Campbell on Tuesday, April 4, 2017
The Salvation Army Family Store on Rutherford Street recently celebrated their re-opening following the completion of some major renovations. This was the Family Store’s first facelift since it opened 23 years ago. The space is now lighter ...

Local Elections are Set; Get Involved

Posted by: Jason Zacher on Friday, March 31, 2017
National politics gets all the media attention, but it's what happens at City Hall that might have more impact on your business than any hot button issue in Washington (healthcare is an obvious exception). While the national rhetoric ranges ...

The tax of doing nothing

Posted by: Carlos Phillips on Thursday, March 30, 2017

Virtually everyone in South Carolina agrees on two things....

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