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Minuteman Press of Greenville is a commercial printer making its home in the rapidly growing downtown area of Greenville, South Carolina. We’ve been serving the community for over twenty years and are proud to have the opportunity to witness the constant evolution and growth of our community. We don’t see ourselves as “just a printer” or you as “just a customer”. We want to be an integral part of your growth and success.
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The Organic Cat Cafe, a cafe dreamed up by Greenville resident Jennifer Bronzel, is set to open in May of this year. It will allow customers to enjoy food and drink in a relaxing environment while being surrounded by cats.
South Carolina recently elected Jason Elliot, who previously worked as a divorce attorney and becomes the states first ever openly gay legislator.
The Southeast Center for Photography in West Greenville is planning a series of exhibits from the world of fine-art photography.
A new Learning Solutions Center is by lighting company Hubbell Lighting. It will form part of the companys headquarters in Greenville.
Greenville City Council have approved plans to begin construction of a new federal courthouse.
Plans for a 22-acre park in Greenville have now been revealed. The Reedy River park is expected to be built on land that is currently the site of the citys public works facility.
The Zen an Elegant Space for Hire, located in Greenville, will be hosting the Southern Galas T.E.A.L. Soire, organized by B & R Events, LLC., also based in Greenville.
Kris and Margaret Furniss, owners of Caviar & Bananas, have announced that they will be opening a new location of their restaurant in Greenville early this month.
Associates from the BMW plant in Greer, working with Habitat for Humanity organizations in Spartanburg and Greenville County, have recently constructed and funded a home for Catherine Lee, a mother of two who is single.
The Upstate Chambers of Commerce, along with the Riley Institute at Furman and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, recently bestowed upon a coalition of four
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