For a 25-year-old, Matt Bowes sure knows a lot about beer.
Q: What things do you advise buying used versus buying brand new?
Jim Fields will be the keynote speaker at a business seminar held at Greer City Hall on Thursday, June 19 from 3-4:30 p.m.
Fields will discuss “the role of business in community development.”
Beginning Monday, a Nurse Aide Training Program (NATP) will be offered for people seeking to become certified nursing assistants (CNAs) by a new Greer business, Training for Long-term Care (TLC), located at 110 W. Church St., suite B, Greer.
For The Greer Citizen
Q: My current employer offers a regular 401(k) and a Roth 401(k). I’ve got several years before I retire, so which one should I choose?
Greer’s Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling of the Upstate recently announced the hiring of Scott Kerley as project manager.
Kerley will serve customers in the company’s Upstate territory, which includes nine counties.
Greer Bancshares, Incorporated (the “Company”), parent company of Greer State Bank, recently announced it has received notice from the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond that the Memorandum of Understanding between the company and the reserve has been terminated, effective May 30.
The 25th anniversary of a longstanding Greer bank means a little more to Bill Harrill.
The Greer State Bank senior vice president has been with the company since its inception in 1989, and will retire in July.
Cari’s Creations & Home Décor, at 201 Trade St., is opening its doors on Saturday, June 7 in downtown Greer.
The company is Greer’s newest home décor store, featuring furniture and home accessories.
Greer State Bank recently hired Joe Albright to serve as senior vice president and mortgage operations manager.
Albright joins the bank with more than 20 years in banking experience.