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The Buzz: Rainy Re-cap

As we finally see the clouds dissipate in the Upstate, put away your rain jacket and spend a little time with us and our latest stories:


This very enlightening piece in the Greenville News featured Racquel Collier of Caliber Real Estate. Hear how the lack of diversity in Greenville can leave black young professionals feeling isolated.

Volunteers from the VETS Team at BASF’s site in Seneca, along with Seneca-based Wild Hearts Equine Therapeutic Center and the Oconee County’s Lewis G. Watkins Marine Corps League Detachment 1131, dedicated a new playground at Wild Hearts. Read more.

Speaking of BASF, the Converse hosted a job fair today and invited anyone looking for a new role to stop by. See the benefits of working for BASF in the full press release here.
Our boss was quoted in this Forbes article! Take note of 20 tactics local companies can use to win loyal customers on launch day.

We caught mention of this home listed by Michael McGreevey of Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty. Take a look at this beautiful midcentury modern home.

A security job taken in college has led to a career in manufacturing with BASF for Daniel Montgomery in less than three years, and his story was featured in South Carolina Manufacturing.


Wanna know the coolest way to beat the heat this summer? Join Topside Pool Club, an exclusive members-only swim club located in beautiful downtown Greenville. Look at memberships at Topside.


Did you know that even giving as little as $8 a month, Rebuild Upstate can use your donation to impact the lives of families across the Upstate? If you choose to donate today, your money would come at a time where Rebuild Upstate needs it most. The organization is facing a $120,000 funding gap, leaving 30+ homeowners without repairs next year and increasing already long wait times for others. Read this letter from Rebuild’s CEO Jake Beaty to learn more.

The South Carolina Women’s Executive Luncheon will be held on Monday, August 28th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Greenville Convention Center, 1 Exposition Drive, Greenville. Go to to learn more. Tickets costs $65 and can be purchased here.


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