top of page

The Buzz: Top Stories

We’d love for you to take a break from your spring cleaning and view the stories we generated this week! There’s something for everyone in this Buzz:




The Rock It! Co. has redeveloped the website for KIND of the Upstate, an incredible nonprofit that advocates for people with disabilities. Read more here.


The Greenville Jewish Federation has partnered with several incredible organizations to host a free healthcare event next week. See more information.


Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County is launching a new project at the end of this month with a community event. Learn more about Project Built in Greenville (B.I.G.).


Kamber Bowden Parker of the YoPro Know was quoted in this Upstate Business Journal article, giving her observations regarding the increase in young professionals entering the local workforce. View the article here. 


This new listing from Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty was featured in the Real Estate highlight of GVL Today.


Looking for an event venue? Upstate Business Journal listed The 405, owned by High Spirits Hospitality, as one of the best options in the Upstate. See the full list.




Did you miss ShalomFest? If so, see what you missed out on by watching this coverage by WSPA!




The Herlongs joined the Business Partner Partners podcast to share their successes with working together as well as a few tidbits of knowledge regarding the real estate industry. Listen here. 




BIG news for bourbon & barbecue lovers! Hog and Barrel has set a date for its 2024 festival! Keep November 1st -2nd on your calendars; tickets will go on sale soon! More info. 


Habitat for Humanity’s Joe Barron Golf Classic is back this year, happening Monday, April 22 at the Green Valley Country Club, 225 Green Valley Road.. Registration is now open for the 8th annual event honoring Joe Barron, the organization founder. 


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. 


bottom of page