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The Buzz: Rainy Day Buzz

While you’re waiting for the weather to clear up before the weekend, take a look at the stories we churned out this week for clients:

 

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Brian Albers and Mario Brown of Affordable Upstate were honored earlier this month by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce for their efforts to create communities where everyone can prosper with the Leadership Greenville Alumni Award. Read more here.

 

Kamber Parker gave her advice on how to spot recruiting red flags and the ways recruiters can fix them. Take a look.

 

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Hundreds of people in Greenville County are now waiting to be placed in affordable housing, and FOX Carolina has more on the story. 

 

Diane Lee of WSPA spotlighted a new real estate model that is designed to save both buyers and sellers thousand, and she got Joan Herlong’s opinion on it. Watch here.

 

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Returning for its 12th year following a four-year hiatus, the Upstate SC Jewish Festival event will be happening on April 7. See more details.

 

In honor of its founder Joe Barron, Habitat for Humanity of Greenville is hosting the 8th annual Joe Barron Golf Tournament. Registration is now open for the Monday, April 22nd date.

 

Piedmont Natural Gas Presents Reedy Reels: The Greenville Film Festival will be held next weekend, March 22-24 at the SC Children's Theatre. Get Tickets here. 

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