Trick-or-Treats That Everyone Can Eat

If you live in a kid-friendly area, you know that, come October 31, plenty of ghosts and goblins will be knocking on your door. It’s time to start your Halloween shopping list, which is sure to include a lot of candy for your trick-or-treaters. Before you hit the store, we want to offer some great suggestions for neighborhood kids who may have special dietary restrictions, so you can be prepared for whoever comes knocking! Allergen-Free Candy This list contains candies that do not contain gluten or any of the top 8 allergens (wheat, milk, soy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish...

Not A Traditional Golf Outing, Take VI

The Hawkins Foundation held its annual golf tournament earlier this morning, and they could not have asked for more perfect weather! The Not A Traditional Golf Outing, Take VI, enjoyed sunny skies and a high of 75 degree for the first time in many years. No matter the weather, the tournament is always well-attended by golfers and spectators interested in supporting the Foundation and having a good time! This year’s outing was held at Greenville Country Club’s award-winning Chanticleer Course and drew 150 golfers on Monday, October 12. Not A Tradition Golf Outing consists of three main parts: a shotgun...

Forty-First Annual Assaults on Mt. Mitchell and Marion Announced

Cycling Event Set for May 2016 Opens Registration, New Website Unveiled  SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Today, the Freewheelers Cycling Association opened public registration for the 2016 Assaults on Mt. Mitchell and Marion, which is set for Monday, May 16, 2016. This one-day century ride, known as the Southeast’s Premier Cycling Experience, attracts nearly 1,000 cyclists from around the world each year. Cyclists can register for the Assault on Marion, which is a shorter, 74.2-mile ride from downtown Spartanburg, S.C. to Tom Johnson Campground in Marion, N.C., or the Assault on Mt. Mitchell, a 102.7-mile climb from downtown Spartanburg to the summit...

Our Work: Greenville Water System By The Numbers

Flourish teamed up with Greenville Water System to produce a new fact sheet piece for the company to use for various meetings and events. The goal was to create a piece that was aesthetically interesting, while conveying key stats and facts in an easy-to-read manner. Flourish provided copy and creative management for the “By the Numbers” piece, building upon previous brochures the company used in the past. We envisioned a sleek and clean (dare we say fluid?) design consistent with Greenville Water System’s current brand style and color scheme. Greenville Water System has been providing exceptional water service to the...

Golfweek Raters Event

After being tapped with accolades earlier this year, The Cliffs is pleased to host Golfweek’s senior staff and raters again this fall from October 11-14. During their visit, this group will play rounds on several of The Cliff’s seven courses. The Cliffs at Mountain Park’s Gary Player Signature design course was named among Best 100 Modern Courses in America, 2015 and the Top 100 Residential Courses of 2015. The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards’ Tom Fazio design course also received recognition as a Top 100 Residential Course of 2015. A video re-cap of the Golfweek raters’ 2014 visit to The Cliffs...

The Cliffs Website Receives Outstanding Achievement Award

CliffsLiving.com establishes a name in technology TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – Web Marketing Association (WMA) recently recognized The Cliffs’ new website CliffsLiving.com with the 2015 WebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Web Development. The site received the award of “Real Estate Standard of Excellence” at the annual WebAward Competition. Now in its 17th year, the WebAwards are recognized as the premier industry based Website Award program in the world. The Cliffs is thrilled to receive this award in conjunction with eHouse Studios, a Charleston-based strategic UX/UI design firm. In addition to the WMA award, The Cliffs and eHouse Studios were recognized at...

DISLIKE! The Importance of Social Graces on Facebook

A few weeks ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that its development team was working on a “dislike” button as a counter to the “like” button. For years, there has been a running conversation about the desire for a dislike button, and Facebook is finally addressing the call. But what exactly does this mean for the spirit of social media or the social media landscape? Facebook has always been hesitant to add a dislike button feature, as they felt it would create discontent and even animosity among users. Now, the company feels it is important to provide another way to...

Greenville Women Giving Hosts Middle School Matters Initiative

First Spotlight Event of 10th Anniversary Season WHAT:            Greenville Women Giving, a women’s collective giving organization celebrating its 10th annual season of giving to the Greenville community, will host the first of a series of five planned spotlight events on Wednesday, October 21. The Keeping Students “on Track” event will highlight one of Greenville Women Giving’s five core grant funding areas: education. The luncheon will share how the $3 million grant has been used to keep at-risk middle school students on track to graduate from high school and will feature a panel discussion moderated by Tobi Kinsell, Director of OnTrack...

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