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Walk to End Alzheimer's PODS Upstate Teams up with the Alzheimer’s Association

PODS Upstate is proud to support this year’sWalk to End Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Read More


Shrinesr Hospitals for Children PODS to the Rescue: Spartanburg International Festival

The annual Spartanburg International Festival celebrates Spartanburg's diverse community through food, music, hands-on activities, fun, and dance. With an average attendance of 12,000 people, this event was voted the top festival in both South and North Carolina by the SC/NC Festival Association in 2010. Each year the city of Spartanburg utilizes two donated storage containers from PODS Upstate. Read More


Greer Cultural Arts Council Children's Camp Puts on a Show With Help From PODS

Last September, the Greer Cultural Arts Council's Camp ARK (Arts Reaching Children) presented 4 performances of Suessical Jr in the City of Greer Amphitheater. It was the second annual performance by the Camp ARK’s advanced campers. Last year’s debut show of Alice in Wonderland saw standing room only for 3 out of 4 nights. This year, as last, the kids had 2 weeks to learn the script along with 34 songs and dances. The cast has been rehearsing one night a week for the previous month and a half. The students designed and made their own costumes and sets for this show. Read More


Shrinesr Hospitals for Children PODS is Providing a Container to Store Santa’s Gifts.

Shriners Hospitals for Children® — Greenville, has a very special holiday tradition: Santa’s Workshop, which opens the first day of December and runs through the holiday season. The workshop is a winter wonderland with icicle lights, glowing snowmen, ornaments, and lots of toys!  After each clinic appointment, patients are invited to visit the workshop and receive their holiday goodies. It’s Shriners Hospitals for Children — Greenville’s way, of wishing our patients a happy holiday season. Read More


PODS Teams up with the Wofford Terriers

PODS graciously stepped up to support the Terriers by giving this home field away from home a convenient storage location for equipment, balls, and pads, until the team moves back into its normal quarters in mid-August. Ed McCrady, owner of PODS Upstate, remarked “This is a great opportunity for the Wofford Terriers to share the campus with the Carolina Panthers. We are pleased to be able to support sporting events in our community.” Read More


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PODS Supports the 34th Annual Mighty Moo Festival

PODS Greenville is proud to support the 34th Annual Mighty Moo Festival in historic Cowpens, S.C.  In 1976, the Cowpens Bicentennial Committee decided that the next town festival would be called the Mighty Moo Festival, in honor of former crewmen of the USS Cowpens WWII aircraft carrier. On July 2, 1977, one crewman attended that festival.  About 1,500 visitors turned out for the rides, flea market, and Colonial experiences of that first festival.

By 1982, the number of former crewmen attending the festival had risen to over 115.  In recent years, the public attendance has swelled to over several thousand during the four-day event.  Mr. Carswell Wynne, a veteran of the USS Cowpens CVL 25 and regular attendee of the Mighty Moo Festival says, "Words can't explain the joy we have when coming to The Mighty Moo Festival, The Battle Ground and being with our families that have adopted us."  The festival has street dances, a golf tournament, an arts & crafts sale, pageants, baseball games, reunions, and a parade that honors the former crewmen of both the USS Cowpens CVL 25, and the current USS Cowpens CG 63.  The yearly festival is held on the third weekend of June. Read More


Hub City Church & PODS Reach Out to Help People in Their Community

The garage Unsale started because Hub City Church in Spartanburg, South Carolina has a passion in reaching out to citizens in need. Read More


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