This charming South Carolina mountain town transforms for the holidays with open-air ice-skating rinks, parades, light shows, and pop-up shops for a one-of-a-kind winter escape!
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Posts from December 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic lead to business closures and job layoffs around the country, Carl Sobocinski, owner of Table 301 Restaurant Group in Greenville, South Carolina, was desperate to find a way to help both his employees and others impacted by the virus in his community.
Pack a bag and get yourself to Greenville.
Chris Stone, President of VisitGreenvilleSC - the Greenville, SC destination marketing organization - is retiring after a quarter of a century of influencing others to visit #yeahTHATgreenville.
Although most people associate the December holiday with season snow-covered landscapes, sleigh rides and decorated snowmen in front yards, towns throughout the south never fail to offer up their own version of festive holiday activities. Perhaps most notable is Greenville, South Carolina.
The real-life places of these iconic holiday and Christmas scenes that were painted to perfection by brushstroke.
About two hours from Charlotte, Greenville welcomes visitors with warm Southern charm, an easy to navigate downtown and a surprisingly sophisticated culinary scene.