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In Business: FUTURE - The Nashville Connection

Posted by: Rionne Ridgeway on Friday, March 14, 2014
March 12th may have started with clouds and rain, but the sun broke through and allowed for a great kickoff event: The Nashville Connection’s Heroes Salute and ribbon cutting at the Kroc Center field. Joan Betros, Executive Producer and ...

In Business: Patewood Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center

Posted by: Julie Alexander on Thursday, March 13, 2014
Patewood Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center had a huge turnout for their grand opening on March 11th. Among the hundreds of attendees were special guests Danny Ford and George Rogers. The Chamber was honored to help with the ribbon cutting that ...

In Business: Joe's Place!

Posted by: Julie Alexander on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Joe's Place, a new and used bookstore that features libations, hosted a grand opening on March 6th which was a very special day to owners Mary and Alix Bernard because it was Joe’s birthday. Joe, Mary’s brother that passed away, is the ...

Face of the Future

Posted by: Nika White on Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The face of the future is radically changing in America. But what does it mean to live, work, think and believe, to manage and lead, and finally to innovate and create in the world of the future? Join the Greenville Chamber for an opportunity to ...

A Young Professional's Perspective: The Importance of Connecting IRL

Posted by: Pulse Young Professionals on Monday, March 10, 2014
The internet can suck you in, can’t it? Our online interactions through social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin are increasingly common and captivating. It has become the norm to connect with friends, coworkers, ...

Leighton Cubbage on Habit's to Win

Posted by: Marion Mann on Friday, March 7, 2014
We were honored to have local entrepreneur Leighton Cubbage speak at our Friday Forum on February 28th. At the end of his presentation, the Chamber’s Vice-Chair of Small Business Steve Bailey noted, “Don't all 200 of us feel like ...

Best of Luck to Mark Cothran

Posted by: Greenville Chamber on Thursday, March 6, 2014
After four years with the Greenville Chamber as Vice President of Public Policy, Mark Cothran's last day with the Chamber was last Friday. Mark will be working for his alma mater, Clemson University, where he will be the Associate Director of ...

theideagroup Named Minority Business of the Year

Posted by: Nika White on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
The Minority Business of the Year Award is given annually to a minority- owned company based on overall business success and evidence of contributions made by the business to the community. The owners and operators nominated for this award must ...

A Guest Blog Post from our March 6 NETnight Featured Non-Profit Homes of Hope

Posted by: Nika White on Tuesday, March 4, 2014
As an Oregonian now residing in Greenville, I’ve come to realize that Greenville is truly a unique city. Not only are there dozens of charities working to address various community needs, but Greenville consistently sets state-wide records for ...

Two weeks made a difference

Posted by: Ben Haskew on Monday, March 3, 2014
The 125th Annual Meeting of the Greenville Chamber is in the books and it goes down as one of few that have been rescheduled due to weather (at least in recent memory). We certainly appreciate all our sponsors, presenters, award recipients, program ...
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