Wasn’t it 70 degrees a month ago? Not that we’re complaining about the chance to finally see some snow this winter! Before you finish stocking up on the essentials and breaking out the sled, check out these stories we’ve been working on this week.
The Solutions Group—comprised of our boss, John Boyanoski, Rosylin Weston of RA Weston Communications, and The Felkel Group/RAP Index’s Chip Felkel—discussed the best ways the South Carolina government could spend the American Rescue Money allotted to the state. Find those thoughts here.
Greenville’s housing market has been booming, and Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty was behind one of the handful of $1 million+ home sales this year. Read more at The Post and Courier.
The current job market has made it difficult for employers to retain employees. Learn more about this development, and High Spirits Hospitality President and CEO Tammy Johnson’s experience with these changes here.
Want to learn more about the acquittal of Cynthia Seagers, who committed murder out of self defense, the banning of open container (and therefore drinking and driving), and Jesse Jackson’s half brother’s murder trial? Check out this week’s issue of fete Magazine for some random Greenville history from our boss.
Setting strong academic goals can help a student when they return from winter break. Joan Russell of Sylvan Learning Center discussed some strategies for doing so with WPSA.
Bob Morgan created Quitchet to simplify the home shopping process. Learn more about the app, which is the official app on the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors website, here.
Sylvan Learning Center will be partnering with Bright Horizons College Coach to hold a free webinar on January 20 about the importance of standardized testing in the college application process. Learn more and register for the webinar here.