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The Buzz: Top Stories

We launched into May headfirst and kept our clients in the news all week. If you missed any of the news stories we made happen, find them below!


BASF announced 10 new job openings for full-time process operation technician apprentices at its site in Seneca. The Seneca site also partnered with Clemson University to sponsor its annual Be a T.I.G.E.R. Field Day on Saturday, April 15.

Rebuild Upstate recently honored its key volunteers for 2022. See who they are.

Verdae CEO Dan Klausner walked Upstate Business Journal through his vision for the future of the expansive community and the Lauren’s Road Corridor. Read here.
Premier marketing and events agency, The Rock It! Co. is returning to its roots with its expansion to the Upstate this month. Learn more about the company.

Do you have a film you want to share? Film submissions for the 2024 Reedy Reels Film Festival began May 1st; find out more.

Lima One Capital announced the principals of Northwind Financial and staff will join Lima One Capital. Read the full story here.


Tickets are on sale for the Greenville Scottish Games on Saturday, May 27th! Tickets also include Happy Hour/Celtic Jam Party after the games. Don’t miss out; secure your spot.
We’ve got a Cinco de Mayo present for you! If you purchased a ticket to the postponed Tacos ‘N Tequila Fiesta, you can show your ticket at participating restaurants to enjoy drink and food specials from now until Thursday, May 11.

Upstate residents will get the opportunity to meet the authors of Lucy and the Lake Monster at a special book signing on Saturday, May 27 starting at 11 a.m. at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore at The Shops at Greenridge, 1125 Woodruff Road, Greenville.

Lucy and the Lake Monster tells the tale of a 9-year-old orphan and her grandfather as they search for a sea serpent in Lake Champlain – one of the largest national lakes in the country and located in the heart of the Adironack Mountains in New Yorkand Vermont.

It is the work of Kelly Tabor Cromer, a retired Greenville County Schools teacher, and Richard Rossi, a filmmaker whose works include the award-winning Canaan Land and Baseball’s Last Hero: 21 Clemente Stories that starred Olympian Jamie Nieto and Project Runway winner Marlinda Rivera.


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