Secured Advantage Federal Credit Union (FCU) held a ribbon cutting on Oct. 20 at 126 W. Main Street, Duncan. Because of feedback, along with the eventual closing of the Sealed Air Duncan location, Secured Advantage opened its first offsite branch in the building formerly occupied by BB&T.
The live auction at the Big Thursday returns this year with a host of items to bid on including tickets to Disney World and a NASCAR race in Charlotte, a backpack blower from Carolina Lawn and Tractor, a tankless water heater from Five Star Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling, and more.
At a recent meeting, Duncan Town Council heard the reading of a resolution in support of the Tyger Greenway and Blueway Initiative.
The South Tyger River flows through the town of Duncan and is one of “our town’s hidden treasures,” the resolution begins.
Dr. Bruce Yandle brought Greer bankers and businessmen up to speed on the pulse of our national, state and local economy at a recent event hosted by Greer State Bank.
Q: My mom is 95 years old, and she’s in amazing health. Financially speaking, she has about $150,000 in Certificates of Deposit, money market accounts, and savings bonds. Is there a better place she can invest her money?
Pool Scouts, a Virginia-based company, is looking for a franchisee in the Greer area.
“One territory is around the Spartanburg-Greenville area,” said Pool Scouts President Michael Wagner. “It’s really one franchisee that we’re looking that would target that market.”
The historic Bank of Greer has been converted into new RE/MAX office space.
In recent weeks, real estate agent and broker Cameron Keegan, with RE/MAX Moves, opened a second office in South Carolina, located at 116 Trade St. downtown.
Ultrafab, Inc., an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of weather seals, is expanding its existing operations in Greenville County.
The expansion project is expected to bring more than $2 million in capital investment and lead to the creation of 34 new jobs.
Greer Community Ministries’ (GCM) board of directors for the 2016-2017 fiscal year includes eight returning and four new members. The next meeting of the board is Friday, Sept. 23, at noon. The public is invited and encouraged to attend this month’s board meeting at the ministry, 738 S. Line St. Ext., Greer.
Wellford is updating a couple of ordinances.
At the regular September 6 meeting, Wellford City Council approved the first reading to amend the sexually oriented business ordinance.