The Stories of Upstate #245: (David Kabrin) "As a teen, my mother told me to go out and get into a little trouble."

                             David Kabrin, founder and CEO of Greenville360 brings us our 245th story.


You move to a new city and experience a host of great restaurants, go to amazing events, see wonderful local attractions; basically, you fall in love with this town.  What do you do?  Well, if you are David Kabrin, you create Greenville360, a lifestyle blog and social media following.  David wanted everyone to experience the Greenville he was experiencing, so he created something that would act as a source of recommendations and a highlighter of all the good Greenville has to offer and that was available to everyone with just a click of a button.  Basically a digital guide to all the wonders #yeahthatgreenville has to offer.  The result was Greenville360. 

                                                      To learn more about Greenville360, click here.

The Stories of the Upstate™ #242: (Leslie Haas) "I'm a total nerd who can explain everything about how the body works biologically."

                      Co-Founder and Strategist at Paper Airplanes, Leslie Haas, brings us story #242


Let me describe a social media marketing guru.  She's a 5th generation Greenvillian whose great, great grandfather was the 2nd doctor in Greenville and who is related to the Pete Hollis of Pete Hollis Blvd.  She was deathly shy as a child.  She loved reading and school as an awkward teen.  She worked several years in the plastic surgery industry.  She loves history and anatomy.  This might not sound like a typical resume for a social media marketing expert, but the co-founder and strategist at Paper Airplanes is just that, an expert on creative connectivity through social media marketing.  

                                      To learn more about Leslie Haas and Paper Airplanes, click here.