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The Buzz: Springing into action

Even though the weather is starting to get gorgeous, our clients haven’t gotten distracted. They are still providing us with newsworthy stories; see some of them below.




A more than 100-year-old one-room school building that served as the only education outlet for black children in the Liberia Community of northern Pickens County. Read more.


Award-winning author Karin Freeland will be speaking about personal branding later this month at the Women’s Energy Network Conference. To know more, see here. 


Kamber Park Bowden of the YoPro Know got this piece in the Greenville Business Magazine about how businesses can build an authentic brand that will attract GenZ employees. Read her thoughts. 




Did you know April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month? Shannon Spurrier, Greenville Area Parkinson Society Executive Director & Rick Crain, GAPS Member & person with Parkinson’s joined Your Carolina to educate about GAPS.


Clemson's Michael Clark and Elba Lizardi from BASF shared the mission of Be a T.I.G.E.R. Field Day with FOX Carolina. See what fun educational opportunities the day holds by watching the segment here. 


Chronicle, a series with WYFF4, highlighted Greenville’s expansion and growth as the city becomes more popular. Bryan Brown, Greenville Housing Fund President and CEO, was quoted in the segment. 




April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and the Greenville Area Parkinson Society (GAPS) is raising awareness for those in South Carolina living with Parkinson’s Disease with its Strides for GAPS Walk April 21. Full story here. 


Returning for its 12th year following a four-year hiatus, the Upstate SC Jewish Festival event “Shalom Fest” will be happening this weekend! Don’t miss out, see more details here. 


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.


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