Since the official launch of the Boomerang Greensboro campaign, Action Greensboro has reached out to over 100 prospects and provided services to dozens of talented individuals looking to return to Greensboro. Our efforts confirm that Greensboro is a destination for Boomerangs. We are excited to share ten new Boomerangs who have recently relocated back to… Read More
Cassie Bustamante’s family of five moved in their Greensboro 1966 rancher in January of 2019. Cassie has a love for design and DYI, and making a beautiful home on a budget. Take a virtual tour and see how she’s renovated her house into a home. Check out Cassie’s blog here.
Cecelia Thompson introduces the Boomerang Greensboro campaign, launched by Action Greensboro to attract professional talent back to the city. Meet two of our latest boomerangs – Michael Humphrey of the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro and Alejandra Thompson de Jordan of Thompson Traders. Learn more about the campaign or refer someone you know at boomeranggso.com.… Read More
Three Greensboro residents were nominated for Grammy Awards in 2020. In the season two premiere of the Greensboro Chamber’s impact. The Boro podcast, Cecelia Thompson, executive director of Action Greensboro, sits down with Greensboro’s local nominees to talk about why our city draws talented musicians. Tune in to meet local Boomerang, Dominick Amendum, who is… Read More
The November 2020 Greensboro Chamber of Commerce’s podcast – impact. The Boro – features three Boomerang entrepreneurs. Listen in to hear Clifford Thompson and Kelli Frazier talk to Ursula Dudley-Oglesby and Jonathan Lee Kelly about their entrepreneurship journeys and the “boomerang” phenomenon on the Launch Greensboro’s Advisory Board.
MACHETE restaurant opened in 2020 between Fisher Park and downtown Greensboro – also known as “Lo-Fi.” MACHETE is nestled in between Deep Roots Market, Sage Mule and Joymongers Brewery. Owner and Greensboro native, Tal Blevins is a Boomerang! Tal grew up in Greensboro where he attended Page High and UNC Greensboro. He moved to San… Read More
Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn make up the Baltimore based artist team better known as “Jessie and Katey.” Throughout fall 2020, Jessie and Katey created several wayfinding murals throughout Greensboro’s the Revolution Mill campus. Revolution Mill was once one of the largest textile mills in North America and is now home to 25,000 square feet… Read More