Complete’s Boyanoski writes new book on downtown Greenville

The fourth book for Complete Public Relations’ president John Boyanoski launched this month.

Online PR News – 04-September-2013 – GREENVILLE, SC – The fourth book for Complete Public Relations’ president John Boyanoski launched this month.

“Reimagining Greenville: Building the Best Downtown in America” tells the story of the transformation of Greenville’s urban core from decaying to nationally-recognized. Written with Greenville Mayor Knox White, the books focuses on some of the key elements in the transformation, including the reopening of the historic Poinsett Hotel, the beautification of the Reedy River, the construction of a Main Street baseball stadium and more.

“Greenville has a great story and I am honored to have been allowed to try and capture part of it,” Boyanoski said.

Boyanoski earned his bachelor’s from Syracuse University and spent more than a decade in the newspaper industry before forming Complete Public Relations in 2012.

He is the 2013 Chair of PULSE, South Carolina’s largest young professionals’ organization. He also sits on the Chamber’s Board of Advisors, the Chamber’s Lead Executive Committee and The Chamber’s Finance Committee. He is a vice chairman of Friends of the Greenville Zoo; is on the Leadership Council for Meals on Wheels of Greenville; is marketing chair for the Advisory Council for ReWiGo Ministries; served as a site coordinator for Hands on Greenville Day 2012 and is an active member of Greenville Forward and the Greenville Track Club. He was named one of Greenville’s Best and Brightest in 2012 and is a member of Leadership Greenville Class 40.

His other books include “Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” (2006), “More Ghosts of Upstate South Carolina” (2008) and “Palmetto Pigskins” (2010).

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