Cott Beverages is expanding its manufacturing site at 1990 Hood Road with a 150,000 square foot building that will add 28 trailer parks and 15 docks.
Part of the expansion will include 1,800 square feet for additional office space to accommodate the transfer of its logistics staff from a warehouse leased in Taylors. That lease is expiring.
The International House of Pancakes (IHOP) at Suber Commons at the corner of Wade Hampton Blvd. and Suber Road will open on Tuesday, March 18.
Hiring for staff is being conducted on site in a makeshift office.
The Albino Skunk Music Festival is April 10-12 for its annual spring music fest.
Music, camping, a beer garden food trucks, a kids area and craft vendors will be at the festival at 4063 Jordan Road.
Holy fat grams.
Thank goodness Monday is here, I rarely say that, but if you think about being snowed in your house for a few days, and then marching straight into Valentine’s weekend . . . I can't even think about the temptations that were out there for you and me.
All of Greer’s downtown restaurants are open for a variety of opportunities to treat your Valentine to a special lunch or dinner. For your convenience we’ve included the restaurant, address, phone number and of course, the link.
For those traveling and taking advantage of being off on Monday, President’s Day, we’ve included restaurants that may fit into your travel plans.
It’s no surprise that Valentine’s Day is one of the biggest date nights of the year. It’s also a great opportunity to take someone on a first date — which might present a problem for those of us who are getting out of debt.
The problem being: How can I make my date feel special without blowing up my budget? It’s a question as old as romance itself. (OK, maybe not that old.)
Ryan’s manager Christina Jones congratulates Angela Pride, “Guess The Score” Super Bowl contest winner, while presenting a $50 gift card to the restaurant.
Pride picked Seattle to win and came closest to the correct score in the promotion co-sponsored by GreerToday.com.
Ovation Brands, parent company to Ryan’s, HomeTown Buffet, Old Country Buffet, Country Buffet, and Fire Mountain, Thursday announced the newest additions to their leadership lineup as the brand continues on its path to reinvention.
The three industry pros joining the company include Jeffrey Martinson as Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning, George Wooten, Senior Vice President of Operations, and Michelle Gessner as Senior Vice President of Administration and General Counsel.
RIP Meat and 3.
Brandon Godfrey smiles and points to the blackboard with the handwritten message above the entrance to the Southern Thymes kitchen. “That’s my philosophy,” Godfrey said.
Fifty-four percent of Americans will celebrate Valentine’s Day with their loved ones this year, compared to 60 percent in 2013. The average person plans to spend $133.91 on candy, cards, gifts, dinner and more, up slightly from $130.97 last year. Men will spend $108.38 on gifts for their significant others – twice as much as women who will spend $49.41 on their special someone.
Total spending is expected to reach $17.3 billion.
Angela Pride of Greer won the GreerToday.com “Guess The Score” of the 2014 Super Bowl contest and a $50 gift card to Ryan’s.
Pride picked the Seattle Seahawks to beat the Denver Broncos. Pride’s score, 28-17, was the closest and the highest points differential of the Facebook entries. Seattle won, 43-8.