Developed in South Carolina about two years ago, a golf and alternative recreation concept had registered a famous pro with a knack for the game.
Singer, Songwriter, Producer, and Actor Justin Timberlake And the 8 a.m. golf Last week he announced an undisclosed investment in the 3’s, which debuts in Greenville in 2020. The 28-acre site combines a floodlit 12-hole, par 3 course with hospitality and entertainment facilities.
The idea is to expand a business that rivals the likes topgolfto “major metro areas” across the country “in the coming months” by working with local partners.
“The concept of three is one of the things I feel very happy about,” she says. GT “Everyone is welcome,” he said in a prepared statement, which is exactly what the 3 accomplishes with its 12-hole, par, and ergonomic design. ”
The Upstate site on Villa Road was the brainchild of a veteran of the golf and resort industry Davis withoutHe is a former senior executive officer Cliffs Communities at the convenience of travelers. It operates as 3’s Greenville Golf & Grill. The price for the tour on November 22nd was about $27.
Senza described the idea as “a creative culmination of forty years of love of golf, food and beverage, hospitality, and most importantly, making it fun for everyone. To say I’m excited to grow with 8AM Golf and JT would be an understatement.”
His new backer has investments in several companies related to the game, including Golf MagazineAnd the Golf.comclub manufacturer Miura And the legendary company Jack Nicklaus Created to design courses and sell merchandise. Timberlake has been a partner at 8 AM since 2020.
Technology company that served as apple The retailer and service provider of the products went bankrupt over the summer and it’s not clear if another company will reopen closed locations, including one in Mount Pleasant.
Headquartered in Salt Lake City Simply Mac He blamed his financial problems on the pandemic, though he continued to open stores across the country. The store, located at 675 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, opened. , near the end of Shelmore Boulevard, last November, three months after stores in Columbia and Myrtle Beach welcomed customers.
All of them closed abruptly after the company filed for bankruptcy.
He is applying to fill the void in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Technical. The company announced over the summer that it plans to acquire Simply Mac once the bankruptcy is complete.
Techy doesn’t have any Lowcountry stores, but their website shows expressmax Stores in Columbia and Rock Hill.
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Where merchandise meets charity.
owner and operator Port of Charleston cooperate with International Longshoremen’s Association and group trucking Alliance 18 To fill a 40-foot shopping container with gifts that will go to childcare for the holidays.
The State Port Authority Unwrapped games are accepted at their headquarters at 200 Ports Authority Drive in Mount Pleasant.
Games can also be purchased through the online retailer AmazonHoliday Toy Drive Wish List / Gifts in tinyurl.com/nhh3p335. From the website, select the following shipping address: “Toy Drive Mount Pleasant, SC – Deliver to this address.”
The Maritime Community of Charleston encourages employees, businesses, local organizations, and area residents to donate enough toys by December 9 to fill a shipping container at Wando Welch Station. Donations for childcare will be distributed through Social Services Department of the Supreme Committee.
SPA’s mission extends beyond its doors and into our communities,” Barbara MelvinThe president and CEO of the maritime agency said in a written statement. “The SC Ports team and our marine partners work together every day to keep freight moving. We are now engaged in encouraging individuals and businesses to donate to the Holiday Toy Drive. Let’s bring some holiday cheer to the kids in our communities.”
Members of the three ILA trade unions operating at the port will also collect toys, as will local truck drivers.
“Truck drivers are an important part of the supply chain,” he said. John GordonCoalition 18 President.
The Steel City moneylender set his sights on Flowertown.
FNB Corporation.’s First National Bank of Pennsylvania The subsidiary is seeking permission to open its first Summerville branch and its third Lowcountry branch.
The financial institution submitted an application last week to United States Office of the Comptroller of the Currency To establish a full service retail office at 1307 N. Main St. , which resulted in a 30-day period for public comment. The previously planned branch was the site of a Shawnee Resturant.
Pittsburgh-based FNB expanded south into the Carolinas in 2017 when it bought Raleigh. Yadkin Bank.
First National—unaffiliated with the small financial institution that bears the name Holly Hill—has since opened branches in downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant, and Kiawah Island. It also has offices in Gaffney and Fort Mill. The bank is building its first branch in Greenville at 1217 Woodruff Road.
Put a team of three “technology” in Trident Tech By taking first place in a competition to show off their cyber security skills.
Based in Summerville International advanced technologyformer section of Supreme Committee Research Authorityinvited 16 trio of underrepresented minority students from historically black South Carolina colleges and universities and from Trident Technical College To participate in Hackathon @SChack’ 2022 Hackathon In November. 5.
A capture-the-flag event has competitors planning, scouting, and reporting phases of simulated attacks on a computer system to find point tokens.
During the event, participants received hints to encourage thinking and keep the momentum going. The harder it is to find the token, the more points awarded.
This event marks the end of ATI’s nine-month virtual mentorship and week-long internship program offered thanks to a grant from Ministry of Commerce SC‘s Innovation Office.
Danish Technical College‘s EET Cyberpunk And the Morris College‘s hornets tied for second place. In a tie for third place she was Benedict Collegeteam 2 f Gigatron Team From Denmark Tech.