The Heirloom Companies, a member of the flourish family since 2015, was featured on the most recent cover of Marketplace Greenville.
Hill Electric– a valued partner in Upstate industrial electrical contractor services– recently launched a new website designed to showcase its services, core values, and legacy.
For 65 years and counting, Hill Electric has served the Upstate of South Carolina and beyond with trusted, first-in-class electrical contracting services. Hill Electric believes in building long-lasting partnerships while upholding the highest standards of excellence in their field of service.
The Heirloom Companies installed the newly rebuilt Brown Street sign in Downtown Greenville late Monday afternoon after a semi-truck demolished the original public art piece on Brown Street just over a year ago.
A.C. “Bo” Gossett III, President and Owner of Gossett Concrete Pipe Co. earned recognition among Greenville Business Magazine’s 50 Most Influential for 2019.
Founding partners, Oscar (Bill) W. Bannister Jr. and John F. Wyatt of Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey earned recognition as Greenville Business Magazine’s 50 Most Influential of 2019.
The 45th Annual Assault on Mt. Mitchell is sold out for the second year in a row! The Freewheelers Cycling Association of Spartanburg is offering a special for Marion riders—all 2020 Marion registrants will have the opportunity to register early, before general registration opens, for the Assault on Mt. Mitchell in 2021.
Attorneys Luke Burke and Jack McDonald recently became partners of Greenville’s award-winning law firm, Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey.
Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey LLC is proud to announce its designation as a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News—Best Lawyers in America’s 2020 Edition for the tenth consecutive year.
LaVerne Young, hostess at Greenville Country Club (GCC), is being honored with the Front of the House Employee of the Year award by the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association.