Category Archives: Hospitality/Tourism

Five Points Announces Launch of Selfie Spot Promotion

COLUMBIA, S.C. (September 26, 2017) – The Five Points Association has announced the launch of a new promotion in Columbia’s original village neighborhood.  The “Selfie Spot” promotion consists of seven iconic locations within the Five Points neighborhood, encouraging patrons to stop and take a selfie.  Social media enthusiasts are encouraged to post the selfies, tagging Five Points’…
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Cantina 76 Celebrates Success in the Upstate as One-Year Mark Approaches

Cantina 76 Celebrates Success in the Upstate as One-Year Mark Approaches Continuous growth is anticipated as Columbia-based restaurant hits milestone and closes in on expansion to Kiawah GREENVILLE, S.C. (July 25, 2017) – Cantina 76 is poised to celebrate its one-year anniversary in its ONE City Plaza location on Greenville’s energetic Main Street, where the…
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Camden – Kershaw County Tourism Partners Announce “Guide to Outdoor Life in Kershaw County”

Digital guide highlights the best places for hiking, paddling and cycling in parks and natural areas throughout the county. CAMDEN, S.C. (June 28, 2017)—The Camden – Kershaw County Tourism Partnership announces that their new 70-page digital Guide to Outdoor Life in Kershaw County is live and available for free use at ClassicallyCarolina.com/outdoors. The guide highlights 34 outdoor life…
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Green Book of S.C. Travel Guide to Increase Impact of $2.4 Billion S.C. African American Travel Industry 

Major new international tourism tool launched by S.C. African American Heritage Commission [caption id="attachment_9611" align="alignleft" width="300"] Green Book of S.C. Travel Guide[/caption] (COLUMBIA, S.C.) — The first-ever mobile travel guide to S.C. African American cultural sites, the Green Book of South Carolina, has been launched by the South Carolina African American Heritage Commission, offering residents…
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SCE&G to Open Lake Murray Public Parks for 2017 Recreation Season

Cayce, S.C. (April 3, 2017) – SCE&G’s public parks on both sides of the Lake Murray Dam will open for the season on Wednesday, April 5. The boat-launching park on the Irmo side and the beach/recreation area on the Lexington side will remain open through Sept. 8. “We’re proud to provide safe, fun public spaces…
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