Before you begin your weekend of Thanksgiving prep, check out these stories we’ve been busy putting together this week!
Read about the road Justin Jenkins, President and CEO of Paveway Express, took to be successful in his industry, and how Greenville Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator program aided in that journey at Greenville Business Magazine.
Lima One Capital was ranked the number one and two best investors in the real estate market in both Allentown and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. You can read more about this at The Valley Ledger.
Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty has announced its top agents for October. You can find those agents and more information on their accomplishments here.
Rebuild Upstate has completed repairs for more than 100 Upstate veterans. Find more about this achievement at GSA Bizwire.
Three top communications professionals, including our boss, John Boyanoski, have come together to form The Solutions Group. Read more about the members and aim of the group here.
Want to learn more about the closing of an Air Force base, the conclusion of the 1965 South Carolina Baptist Convention, the local Scholastic Art Awards program and more? Check out this week’s issue of fete Magazine for some Greenville history from our boss.
Greenville County will be implementing agricultural zoning, and many local farmers may be asking to be zoned in order to protect their land from intruding developments. You can find more information and thoughts from Heather Collins of Famoda Farm, who was one of the farmers leading the push for agricultural zoning, at WYFF4.