“Being a part of the revitalization of the 115-year-old Drayton Mill has been fabulous. We couldn’t be happier to be here. Everything came together very well.” -Karen Rampey, founder and owner of Pi-Squared Pizza.
Tony Quillen and Brian West will open their fourth Zaxby’s location in early 2018 on a nearly 1-acre site they purchased at 6177 Highway 221 beside the Hot Spot convenience store, across from Dorman High School.
The event will be held on more than 700 acres of land adjacent to the University of South Carolina Upstate and Milliken & Co.’s global headquarters. It promises to bring 10,000 competitors to the Upstate and have a multi-million dollar economic impact on the region.
Robert "Robbie" Barnes, previously the operations manager for the Two Men and a Truck franchise in Greenville, will join with his former bosses to open a new office in the lower part of South Carolina.
The Washington D.C.-based media company publishes the annual list based on methodology that “focuses on academic excellence with schools evaluated on hundreds of data points and up to 15 measures of academic quality.”
Joel and Lenora Sansbury, owners of The Farmer’s Table, will relocate their restaurant to a 5,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by Zarza Eclectic Cuisine in the Gilbert & Son Co. Building at 149 S. Daniel Morgan Ave.