What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Carolina Cheer & Dance is the longest running cheerleading gym in South Carolina.
Every year we send athletes to college that become collegiate cheerleaders for colleges such as; Clemson University, University of South Carolina,
East Carolina University, University of Louisville, and etc.
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
When you first arrive ask to speak with Chase, our new Director of Operations.
He will give you a tour of the facility and make you feel right at home.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Competition has been a strong part of my background and upbringing.
I believe the life lessons and morals taught by organized sports made me who I am today.
My goal is to share that knowledge and build physically and mentally strong athletes.
What do you love most about your job?
What is most rewarded about my job and running a gym, is seeing the smiles on athlete's faces after the accomplish something that thought they couldn't.
For the founders of the Spartanburg County Historical Association, it wasn't enough to read about their region's past. They wanted to bring bygone days to life for residents and visitors with engaging exhibits and meticulously restored sites. The Spartanburg Regional History Museum, for instance, welcomes guests with a bell from the Riverdale Mill, displayed in the lobby as a nod to the area's textile heritage. Interactive displays share the county's story, from the first Spanish explorers to tread its grounds to anticipated future generations of space Spartanburgians. In addition to operating the museum, the association maintains three historic properties: Walnut Grove Plantation, the Historic Price House, and Seay House. The 18th and 19th-century buildings provide a glimpse into the daily lives of South Carolinians, from wealthy landowners to laboring farmers.
Most Popular Service: CWP classes, custom-built AR-15s
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours
Brands Used: Colt, Smith & Wesson, Oliver Arms AR-15, Ruger, Springfield, Glock
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Variety of handgun rentals, including ammo
Free use of safety equipment
At a Glance
Though the store is filled with firearms and accessories, a lot of what Oliver Arms LLC sells doesn't exist on shelves, but rather waits inside customers' imaginations. The team here builds AR-15 and AR-10 rifles to custom specifications. They also special order firearms, ammo, and accessories—while instructors teach CPW courses as well as basic shooting instruction.
At Airwolf Aviation, founder Michele Rash and her team of instructors keep one thought in mind when training students to become certified pilots: "Would I sit in the back seat while he or she flew me around?" This question guides them while they tailor training for each student and has resulted in a pass/fail rate of 97% over the past three years.
With three flight schools, a fleet of Cessna airplanes, and a multi-engine Piper Aztec E, the instructors lead courses that qualify students for private, instrument, commercial, and multi-engine pilot licenses. They also help professional pilots earn flight-instructor certifications. When they’re not teaching lessons, Airwolf's team introduces clients to aviation through discovery flights and city tours that fly to the governor's floating mansion.
Golfers traversing Creek Golf Club's 6,625-yard course enjoy plateaued tee boxes and fairways lined with mature trees. The 18-hole course showcases smooth, diamond Zoysia grass greens that tightly swathe the terrain's parkland-style contours like skinny jeans on the Jolly Green Giant's hips.
Golf balls fall like hail from the skies above the Club's driving range, where synthetic mats facilitate practice during inclement weather and grass tees provide a natural lie for swing rehearsals. The range serves as the classroom for lessons with PGA professional Mike Byce, who assists those looking to add distance to their drives or transition from a conventional putter to a belly putter or a sawed-off curtain rod.
After a day at the links, guests can refuel at the Club's bar and grill, which serves burgers, salads, cold-cut sandwiches, and other classic eats.
Oak-lined fairways and dramatic elevation changes are the hallmarks of a round of golf at Heddles Hideaway, the course at Heddles Hideaway Country Club. The course was designed by George Cobb, who also masterminded the Quail Hollow course in Charlotte, a frequent PGA Tour stop. The 14th hole is the course's signature challenge: it has an elevation drop of 50 feet. Before rounds, players can warm up at a secluded driving range, and afterward, they can unwind inside the comfortable clubhouse.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par-72 course
Total length of 6,190 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 70.3 from the back tees
Course slope of 128 from the back tees
Three sets of tees per hole