HarborChase of Columbia Offers Senior Care during Hurricane

Our friends on the southeastern coast, including South Carolina, got hit as you all know by the monstrous Hurricane Matthew last week. While natural disasters are never welcome and often result in catastrophic damage (Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Haiti, in particular right now!)–they can also result in a beautiful picture of unity in communities coming together to help each other out. HarborChase of Columbia was no exception. During the hurricane scare  last week, HarborChase opened {Read More}

We’re Hitting The Road

Our team is always looking for new ways to connect with our audience.  We have received so many requests to help promote events and new businesses this past year.  Our team decided we should hit the road, after all The Meredith Show is managed by The Drive Marketing Agency.  Did you get the joke?  OK, I’m corny- and that was a stretch.  So far we have been busy taping segments showcasing amazing area businesses, and planning to head to several {Read More}

Meet Our New Fantastic Intern!

Ladies and gentlemen, we are thrilled to introduce you to the newest member of The Meredith Show team, Katie Higgins!  Katie is a junior at the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!), majoring in Public Relations. She is our Communications Intern, and is already showing rockstar status helping us with marketing research, social media trends, and radio production! Katie shared with us 5 fun facts about herself, so we’ll let her do the talking! I am from Atlanta, GA, and attended the {Read More}

Fred Grooms, Inspiring Author & Motivational Speaker

This morning on our live radio program on 95.9 FM/1470 AM The Point, we had the pleasure of hosting one of our most inspiring guests to date! Fred Grooms, author and student motivational speaker, came on to share with us his amazing story of battling dyslexia, to refusing to accept “no” for an answer to get into college, to completing two masters degrees, to serving 5 years active duty in the army, to becoming a youth pastor, to fulfilling his {Read More}