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Greenville city, county launches business recovery task force

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Furman University Chief of Staff Liz Seman

The City of Greenville, Greenville County, the Greenville Chamber and Greenville Area Development Authority have launched a Business Recovery Task Force to help local businesses and organizations safely return to pre-COVID-19 operation. Furman University’s Chief of Staff Liz Seman is part of the 18-member team that represents diverse industries in Greenville from hospitality to health care. In a WYFF News 4 story, Seman said, “The task force is a perfect marriage of expertise and desire to work together as a community to be collaborative as Greenville has always been.”

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