Greater Greenville Pledge: Success Stories

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We aren’t just signing the pledge... we are here to help everyone honor it. We’ve shifted our business from a customization/personalization store to a producer of affordable handmade face masks. We’ve been supplying masks all over the country, and are eager to help Greenville get back to work, one mask at a time!

- Katherine & Ken Gainor, K Gainor Creations

DP3 logo on a display both showing the Greater Greenville Pledge banner

As leaders, our priority is to ensure the well-being of our team.  As architects, our priority is to protect the health, safety, welfare of our community.  By signing this pledge we are committing to provide a safe environment in which our team can work and our clients can visit.

– Brian Thomas, Principal, DP3 Architects

Opening responsibly today is an evolution of our procedures that now include practicing social distancing and limiting the number of guests in our store. In addition we are using gloves and masks in all customer interactions while providing a fun, safe, and individualized tasting experience for all our guests.

- Veera Gaul, Oil & Vinegar

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Setian Haro  portrait

At the Haro Group, we’re committed to moving forward responsibly by prioritizing the health and safety of our team members and our clients. We’ve provided our seller clients with sanitizing wipes and shoe covers for use at their homes and have requested no double bookings for the showings. For our buyer clients, we’re wearing masks and showing homes virtually thanks to new technology we purchased to ensure our clients receive the best service. All of these measures help our team deliver value while helping our community thrive.

- Haro Setian, The Haro Group

Acta de Compromiso del Area de Greenville

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