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The Buzz: In Full Bloom

Client stories are sprouting up like gorgeous spring flowers (was that poetic?). We’ll stick to what we’re good at and leave poetry for someone else; take a look at these storie from the week.




This insightful piece from Kamber Parker Bowden of the YoPro Know was posted on NextGen.


Speaking of the YoPro Know, the group has just added Barkley Owens as its newest Account Manager. Get to know Barkley.


We saw this big story for Lima One Capital regarding the improvements the company has made for borrower experience by adapting the Elphi’s Loan Origination System. Read more here.


Gerald Murphy, site director of BASF, was interviewed by SC Biz News as a 2024 Manufacturing Power List honoree. Check it out here. 


Award-winning author Karin Freeland’s latest book, Grab Life by the Dreams, recently won First Place in the Non-Fiction, Self-Help > Motivation category in The BookFest Spring 2024 contest. More on this story here.

Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County honored its top volunteers and donors this past Tuesday. See who they are. 




Courtney Tessler of the Greenville Jewish Foundation was interviewed for Upstate Biz’s Entrepreneur Minute series. You can listen and get to know her here.




We had a lot of clients make it to the final round of voting for this year’s Best of the Upstate awards. Use this link to vote for your favorites in each category! Keep an eye out for Sportsclub, Wagner Wealth Management, Guy Furay & The Insurance Source and Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore.




BIG news for bourbon & barbecue lovers! Hog and Barrel has set a date for its 2024 festival! Keep November 1st -2nd on your calendars; tickets will go on sale soon! More info. 


Habitat for Humanity’s Joe Barron Golf Classic is back this year, happening Monday, April 22 at the Green Valley Country Club, 225 Green Valley Road.. Registration is now open for the 8th annual event honoring Joe Barron, the organization founder. 


April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and the Greenville Area Parkinson Society (GAPS) is raising awareness for those in South Carolina living with Parkinson’s Disease with its Strides for GAPS Walk this weekend, April 21. Full story here. 


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