Improvements to the shopping center, originally built in 1975, will include updated facades, landscaping, patios, and storefronts plus parking lot repairs.
The road that runs between the Spinx company headquarters and the site of Stewart Spinks’ first foray into retail has a new name.
The Spinx Co. celebrated the opening of its newest store in Oconee County on July 19. Situated at 180 S. Highway 11, West Union, the new location is the 83rd site for the Greenville-based fuel and convenience retailer.
This year alone, the company will be opening eight stores, including one in Surfside that should be open in August.
The former vice president of sales and marketing for Carolina Closets is now the chief growth officer of the combined entity.
The arrival of the grocer, which also has a Simpsonville location, is part of a multimillion-dollar investment to reimagine the property, which was originally built in 1975.
When Erin Mehagan had an idea for a product seven years ago, she had no clue her journey would be what it is today.
From practicing law to owning a bridal shop, a Greenville business owner had to pivot careers after a “devastating” accident.
The store, with over 150 locations including King Street in downtown Charleston, anticipates a January or February opening.
Greer is not only a destination for wedding planning services and venues, but a few new bridal businesses are also popping up downtown. A fresh, new bridal boutique quietly opened in downtown Greer on Dec. 15 and is a dream come true
Stewart Spinks, founder and chairman of the board of The Spinx Co., received the Order of the Palmetto at the company's 50th Anniversary Celebration.
It all started with a really good grilled cheese sandwich. A product of the North, Michael Davitt, co-owner of The Cheese Wheel, said cheese shops are a dime a dozen where he comes from.