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On 1/28/2021 at 7:58 PM, Galley said:

Why the shots from Greenville?  Does the dude live here?

CNET Senior Associate Editor Patrick "Trick" Holland lives in San Francisco, California, according to his LinkedIn page and other reliable sources. The only South Carolina link for him that I can find is that he graduated from University of South Carolina with a bachelor of arts in theater. He obviously must visit here -- and quite often, too, as he has tested several phone models in and around the G'ville area. Perhaps he has some kind of family ties to the Upstate.

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24 minutes ago, RiverWalker said:

CNET Senior Associate Editor Patrick "Trick" Holland lives in San Francisco, California, according to his LinkedIn page and other reliable sources. The only South Carolina link for him that I can find is that he graduated from University of South Carolina with a bachelor of arts in theater. He obviously must visit here -- and quite often, too, as he has tested several phone models in and around the G'ville area. Perhaps he has some kind of family ties to the Upstate.

He went to Wade Hampton.

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17 hours ago, distortedlogic said:

From Travel and Leisure. Good read, highlights upstate areas, then through Cola to Aiken to HHH. Hard to believe there's a travel article on SC that doesn't include Charleston or MYB!

https://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/road-trips/ultimate-south-carolina-road-trip?amp=true

I’m surprised they didn’t mention all of the potholes and litter throughout the area and state. :D It sure is beautiful isn’t it? 

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Driveability is key. Anything within an eight-hour road trip is fair game for Dearmon’s clients, whose top requests have been Greenville, S.C.; Knoxville, Tenn.; and Bentonville, Ark. “We are seeing a lot more requests for domestic travel and subsequently ‘secondary’ domestic spots,” says Jenny Westermann, owner and luxury travel adviser of Sanders Travel Centre in Fort Worth. “People are going to smaller, ‘undiscovered’ locations.”

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-29/summer-2021-travel-why-you-should-visit-a-smaller-u-s-city?fbclid=IwAR1u1pKZbcCNSFzNVIE6lrMpXOEgaqfrz2luMvrpSFV8nrqiHMo5RubVk7A

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