The Cliffs at Mountain Park Recognized by Audubon for Environmental Excellence

Mountain Park receives Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Designation  MARIETTA, S.C. – The Cliffs at Mountain Park has earned a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” designation through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses. The Cliffs at Mountain Park is one of only 24 golf courses in South Carolina and 888 in the world to hold the title of Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. “The Cliffs at Mountain Park has shown a strong commitment to its environmental program,” said Tara Pepperman, Director of Cooperative Sanctuary Programs at Audubon International. “They are to be commended for their efforts to provide a sanctuary for wildlife...

George Hincapie to ride in the 2016 Assault on Mount Mitchell

The Freewheelers Cycling Association is pleased to announce that internationally-acclaimed retired professional cyclist George Hincapie will be riding in the 2016 Assault on Mount Mitchell, scheduled for May 16, 2016. Hincapie, a world-champion cyclist with many professional victories to his credit, is no stranger to The Assaults course as he has ridden the course several times. “I am excited to be partnering up with The Assaults once again,” stated George Hincapie. “The Assaults is one of the original mass participation cycling events in the Western Carolinas, and Hincapie Sports is also proud to be the jersey provider for the ride....

The Cliffs Golf Courses Ranked Among America’s Top 100 by Golfweek Rates

Mountain Park advances; Keowee Vineyards stays strong; and Walnut Cove makes the list for the first time  Travelers Rest, S.C. – When Golfweek’s Ultimate Guide to Golf 2016 hit newsstands last week, The Cliffs made quite an impression, even at first glance. Signature hole no. 13 on The Cliffs at Glassy golf course graces the cover of this year’s publication. In addition, three of The Cliffs’ golf courses were rated and ranked in the Top 100 Residential Courses in America: The Cliffs at Mountain Park (designer: Gary Player), The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards (designer: Tom Fazio), and The Cliffs at...

Flourish’s Work Honored with Nine MarCom Awards

In its first year of participation, Flourish earned nine MarCom awards during the 2015 international competition: two Platinum Awards, four Gold Awards, and three Honorable Mentions. The 2015 competition for marketing and communication professionals drew more than 6,000 entries from 34 countries in a range of categories including print, digital media and strategic communication. “We are so thrilled for our clients,” stated Jamie Prince, founder and principal of Flourish and its sister company Flourish Events. “Being the first year we have participated, we didn’t quite know what to expect. It’s always reassuring to know that your work stands at the...

Greenville Women Giving Announces Changes to 2016 Grants Process

Greenville Women Giving, a local women’s philanthropic organization, announced important changes for the 2016 grant-making process. As part of its 10-year anniversary celebration, Greenville Women Giving has set a membership goal of 500 members who each contribute $1000 to the grant pool. Upon reaching this goal, Greenville Women Giving will award grants totaling $100,000 in each of its five funding areas: arts, education, the environment, health and human services. In the event Greenville Women Giving surpasses its grant pool goal of $500,000, the excess will be divided equally among the five areas. Grants will continue to be $40,000 to $100,000...

Gabriel Builders Wins Two Pinnacle Awards

Builder earns eighth Pinnacle Award since 2008 GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Homebuilders Association of South Carolina recently honored Gabriel Builders as a 2015 Pinnacle Awards Best of Construction winner. Gabriel Builders was recognized for outstanding craftsmanship in in both $1.5 – $1.9 Million Category and $5 Million and Above Category for new homes, bringing the company’s grand total of Pinnacle Awards to an impressive eight awards since 2008. “It’s a very special award because we are competing against many talented homebuilders, whose work include gorgeous homes on the coast and other regions,” said Belinda Rubio, Vice President of Gabriel Builders....

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...

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