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Lights On Augusta

Augusta Road Business Association Presents the Second Annual Lights on Augusta in Greenville, SC. Businesses on Augusta Road will get in the Holiday Spirit decorating their business or store fronts. The winner will be decided by the community, neighborhood, residents, customers and clients by voting online at Lights On Augusta is designed to become a community… Read more »

ARBA Kicks Off The Holidays at Meals On Wheels

To celebrate the Holidays and Augusta Road Business Association’s (ARBA) upcoming Holiday Open House ARBA members Kick Off the season supporting Meals On Wheels.  Members volunteer on November 1st 2012 from 8:30 to 10:30 to staff the kitchen at Meals on Wheels preparing the food for deliveries that day.  ARBA will also raise money for Meals on Wheels… Read more »

Holiday Open House November 20th, 2011

Every year Augusta Road Business Association organizes Holiday Open House the Sunday before Thanksgiving and has become a tradition for shoppers all over the upstate of SC. On Sunday, November 20, 2011 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. shoppers enjoy kicking off the Christmas season on Augusta Road. Participating businesses host special events and sales… Read more »

Augusta After Hours with guest speaker Mayor Knox White TUESDAY, SEPT. 20th!

Let’s Talk Business On The Road Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.  Foxfire Gallery & Kitchen Shops Shops 2222 Augusta Street, Suite 1 Network and learn more about ARBA! Meet our guest speaker Mayor Knox White and discuss the future of Augusta Road. RSVP Required by September 16, email or call 864-242-0742 Food & Beverages sponsored by… Read more »

How to Plan a Successful Event Aug. 23rd

?”How to Plan A Successful Event” A Workshop with Casey Reid August 23, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. Meals On Wheels, 15 Oregon Street We are thrilled to have Casey Reid, owner of Up To Eleven Events and native of Augusta Road, as our event speaker. If you are a business owner or thinking about an… Read more »

Welcome to Augusta Road!

Less than a mile from Greenville’s downtown, you’ll find thousands of historic homes, as well as newly-renovated neighborhoods, that for decades have been regarded as one of the Upstate’s most coveted areas to live, work and play. What makes the area even more desirable is that the neighborhoods are nestled around some of the Upstate’s… Read more »