The Stories of the Upstate™ #282: (Dan Hamilton) "As a kid, my family nickname was Prince Choosy."

            Story #282 comes from Keller Williams Upstate realtor, SC State Representative Dan Hamilton.


You could say that Keller Williams Upstate realtor, Dan Hamilton was destined to be in public service since his interest and activities in the field of politics started early, really early.  Dan got involved in campaigns when he was in 6th grade.  He worked on Mayor Knox White's first campaign to Greenville City Council and on his mayoral campaign.  Dan worked on the campaigns of Bob Inglis and Jim DeMint.  He also served on Jim DeMInt's staff.  With influence like these Upstate public servants, it is no surprise that Dan is now, SC State Representative Dan Hamilton.

                                               To learn more about Dan Hamilton, realtor, click here
                                         and to contact SC State Representative Dan Hamilton, click here.

The Stories of the Upstate™ #243: (Kent Smith) "I was not good at sitting still as a kid."

Our 243rd story,  a GSA Business Report Q&A. comes from the CEO of Cliffs Land Partners, 
Kent Smith.


Seven communities along the front face of the Blue Ridge Escarpment that are significantly different than any other planned communities with amenities anywhere else in the United States is how the CEO of Cliffs Land Partners introduces us to The Cliffs.  He describes The Cliffs as a lifestyle, rather than just real estate or housing.  The combination of the unparalleled beauty of the Blue Ridge Escarpment with our delightful temperate year-round climate and the abundant amenities, like golfing, hiking, cycling, etc makes The Cliffs a greatly desired lifestyle. Include a company that is responsible in development, that freely avoids contaminating the streams and waterways, that does not build roads where roads should not be built, that doesn't sacrifice the beautiful flora and fauna that is abundant here just to build more and you can see that The Cliff really does embody it's mission statement: "It's not what we do.  It's where we do it and how we do it."

                                                                  To learn more about The Cliffs, click here.