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Greenville Business Magazine

#YeahTHATAgenda: Carolina Bauernhaus to Open in West Greenville, 4 Branding Mistakes, Clemson's New Million Dollar Men, The Masculinity of Meat

Feb 11, 2019 09:08AM ● By Chris Haire
Four Branding Mistakes To Avoid: "Most business owners understand intuitively that building a great brand is key to unlocking growth. However, most business owners that I have dealt with in the past 20 years of performing marketing and branding for companies across the nation always seem to make the same mistakes when it comes to their brand. Actually, the same four mistakes come up with stunning regularity." -- Tim Joiner, Founder and CEO, 3Fold (Greenville Business Magazine)

Clemson increases salaries for coordinators Tony Elliott, Jeff Scott to $1 million (Greenville News)

Clemson University breaks ground on child development center after 46 years of discussions (Greenville News)

After 25 years, Charleston’s shuttered Navy base still has ‘a long way to go’  (Charleston Post and Courier)


The Wire
Carolina Bauernhaus Brewery & Winery To Open At New Poe West Development In West Greenville

Leadership Greenville Class 46 Now Accepting Applications

CubeSmart Self Storage Opening New Facility In Greenwood

Presbyterian College Celebrates Black History Month With Multiple Events

Lowvelo Set To Raise Funds For Cancer Research In S.C.

50 Most Influential 
Brody Glenn
Centennial American Properties LLC  

Brody Glenn is the president of Centennial American Properties LLC, a commercial real estate development and management company based in Greenville and developer of the transformational multi-use Camperdown development at the intersection of Main and Broad streets in downtown Greenville. 

Glenn manages day-to-day operations at Centennial, which has successfully developed more than seven million square feet of commercial space, including neighborhood and community shopping centers, free-standing retail stores, specialty centers, and professional office buildings, in many of the most prominent and competitive markets across the country. 

A native of Greenville, Glenn has been involved in several other projects in his hometown, including attracting national retailers such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s to the market and Greenville’s acclaimed downtown baseball stadium, Fluor Field and The Field House. Glenn has previously served as chairman on the City of Greenville’s planning commission.