What are your plans for the long weekend? Will you soak up the sun, leave the Upstate or spend time with family? Whatever you plan to do, start the weekend off right by catching up with what our clients have been up to lately.
Congratulations to Racquel Collier of Caliber Real Estate, who graduated Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville class 49. Read more here.
The Greenville Scottish Games are happening this weekend at Furman University and WSPA interviewed Jay Spivey & The Royal Highland Fusiliers to get all the details. If you don’t have a ticket, you can still buy one at the main gates tomorrow!
Your Carolina interviewed the authors of Lucy and the Lake Monster; a children’s book written by Kelly Tabor Cromer, a retired Greenville County schools teacher and filmmaker Richard Rossi. Watch here.
While you’re at it, you can also watch the segment FOX Carolina ran; did you know the book will be turned into a movie?
Kamber Parker, founder of The YoPro Know, was featured on the Greenville Chamber’s “Growing a Greater Greenville” podcast. Listen to her discussion on the challenges and opportunities in recruiting and retaining young professional talent.
Upstate residents will get the opportunity to meet the authors of Lucy and the Lake Monster at a special book signing tomorrow, May 27 starting at 11 a.m. at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore at The Shops at Greenridge, 1125 Woodruff Road, Greenville. Read the press release here.