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#YeahTHATAgenda: Best and Brightest Nominations, Clemson and GE's New Lab, Pinestone in TR, Mind-Controlled Cyborg Rats

Feb 21, 2019 08:42AM ● By Chris Haire

Greenville Business Magazine’s Best and Brightest, sponsored by Furman University, honors Greenville-area young professionals age 35 and under who are making a difference in their workplace and community. Recipients will be honored at an event in September and featured in the September issue of Greenville Business Magazine.

Honorees are chosen on a nomination basis. Nominators are asked to answer a series of questions that the judges then use to score nominees’ work impact and involvement in the community.

To nominate a young professional, visit greenvillebusinessmagazine.com and click “Nominate” in the menu. The registration deadline is May 1st, 2019!

Please email any questions to loric@greenvillebusinessmagazine.com.

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Danny Joyner
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors
President

Danny Joyner has lived in Greenville all his life and has worked with the company from his youth, starting in property management. He worked his way through the company doing appraisals, insurance, and residential sales, and he started in the commercial division in 1996 serving as president and general manager of the commercial division. 

In his years of brokerage, he oversaw numerous acquisitions, including the property being used for the Kroc Center, the Historic Chamber Building, and Kent Court. Joyner became president of the C. Dan Joyner Company in 2010, and led the company through the transition to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner, Realtors®  in 2013. 

Under his leadership, C. Dan Joyner, with over 425 realtors, continues to be the Upstate’s market leader in residential home sales and is poised for continued growth.