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Schmooze a’ Palooza Sizzles!: Attendee blogs about event experience. Pages 2-3
Small Business of the Month: See who received the plaque for this monthly award. Page 5
CarBQ Huge Success: Volunteers help make annual event successful. Page 6
FORUM FOR BUSINESS monthly
Buy Lakeland. It makes good cents! • visit LakelandChamber.com
LAKELAND AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Vol. XX, No.1
The Lakeland Center 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Call the Chamber now – at 863/688-8551 Ext. 228 to order your corporate tables. You won’t want to miss this event. Here’s a hint: “HOT, HOT, HOT!!!”
• MARCH 18, 2009 •
ALSO INSIDE: Upcoming Events • EMERGE Lakeland • Ribbon Cuttings • Members on the Move
This month’s recap of the Schmooze a’Palooza was contributed by Jack Duncan of Radiance Road Marketing. Jack first wrote about the event on his blog, which you can read at radianceroadmarketing.com. Today, I attended my first Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce Schmooze a’Palooza and I am so glad I did! This “power networking” event, held at Florida Southern College in the Eleanor Searle Drawing Room, brought together about 50 of Lakeland’s shakers and movers to promote our businesses – to “sell the sizzle” – and enjoy lunch together. We gathered in the elegant drawing room on the architecturally-awesome FSC campus about 11:30 this morning where a buffet of salad, grilled chicken, roast beef, pasta and steamed veggies awaited us. I started building my power for the event with some cheese and crackers while meeting some of my fellow Lakeland Chamber members and staff – many for the first time since I am a fairly new member. Editor’s note: FSC’s food service is provided by Guest Services, a fellow Chamber member. Jessica Gutowski, standing-in for AllSolar’s Dillon Daniels, joined me at my table since we already knew each other from another event. Sitting to my right was Adam Baust of the Welborn Companies’ Administrative Service Offerings, who is opening a new branch here in Lakeland
Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce Forum For Business Monthly
Chamber’s Schmooze a’Palooza SIZZLES!
to help local businesses with their accounting, payroll and tax matters. Keiser University’s Director of Student Services Ryan Reis joined us as well, and we got to talk about helping students develop practical business experience through internship and portfolio development with Lakeland companies. I taught at [then] Keiser College in Melbourne, FL and am really excited about mentoring local students.
and to gain interest in about half a minute. YOU GOTTA MAKE IT SIZZLE!
At the Schmooze a’ Palooza, each attendee gets to stand up and give a 30second “elevator-pitch” for their business to the crowd. It’s a great way to hone your presentation skills! I enjoyed watching my fellow Chamber members give their pitches. The event gave me a chance to hear local enterprises’ marketing messages and get to know some of the people that are active in the business community. It’s a real whirl to go through almost 50 marketing pitches in less than an hour! In the marketing world, you are competing against so many messages for attention
As a local internet marketing consultant, I analyze marketing messages for a living. As a prospective consumer, I want to know what’s in it for me as quickly as possible. This was a wonderful way to take a look at what I do – and how I present my business to prospects. After all, my job is to get your BEST prospects to visit your website and BUY your products and services. I had better be able to deliver a clear, compelling message myself! If you’d like a few tips you can use to develop or hone your 30-second elevator pitch email me and I’ll get those out to you. It really is a vital skill for anyone who needs to explain what your business does. I’ll be working on my elevator pitch to make the best impression – to make it sizzle – at ALL of the events and encounters here in Lakeland this year.
Volume Information: January 2010 Vol. XX, No. 1
Joe L. Ruthven Chairman of the Board
Kathleen L. Munson Publisher & President Kingston Partners Design
EMERGE holds annual meeting
Members network before lunch.
EMERGE Lakeland members attended the organization’s annual meeting on November 12th at the Sorosis Building. Members heard a brief recap of 2009 and learned about 2010 initiatives. There were opportunities for networking and members enjoyed great food and beverage while enjoying music and entertainment. Thanks to Texas Cattle Company, Southern Wine and Spirits, Bernie Little Distributors and Publix for helping make the event possible. EMERGE announces its executive committee and committee chairs for 2010: Chair – Kathy Wallen Vice Chair – Cindy Green Treasurer – Todd Baylis Secretary – April Mullins Marketing Chair – Ashley Hall Events Chair – Karen Houtz Volunteer Chair – Craig Hill Membership Chair – Patrick Howes Technology Chair – Adam Spafford If you are looking to get more involved in EMERGE, consider serving on a committee. The marketing, technology, volunteer, events and membership committees are all looking for assistance. Visit www.emergelakeland.com to learn more about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, development programs and social outings or click on the EMERGE logo on: www.lakelandchamber.com. EMERGE is also on Facebook and Twitter. See you in 2010!
Pictured abo e: Brian Monk, Sessums & Sessums, PA, shares his 30-second commercial with the group. Pictured Below: Host & FSC Head Athletic Trainer, Al Green welcomes the crowd as Guest Services Catering Director, Kevin Adair looks on.
Increase Your Business Potential in the New Year!
Each year, the Chamber offers its members the outstanding opportunity to meet and greet up to 20 businesses! Hats Off to Chamber Members has been scheduled for January 26, 2010. Please volunteer to deliver the 2010 Membership Materials to 20+ companies… it’s a perfect way to meet local business owners and provide assistance to the Chamber at the same time! Make sure you reserve your spot- there are a limited number of spaces available! Please see the insert for details and information on how to volunteer.
November Small Business of the Month Award presented
For nearly two decades, Baron Realty, Inc. operated nearly anonymously. Founder and Broker, Tom Petcoff and his wife (Licensed Agent) Sally, formed the small company and endured the licensing process in order to better manage their residential real estate holdings. The first acquisition was a small house facing foreclosure off of Combee Road in Lakeland. The Petcoff’s joined by two long time family friends formed a small partnership and scraped together $2,000.00 to cover the down payment and closing costs on a rundown single family home. So began a journey that ultimately grew into a family business which now manages more than 500,000 square feet of office and retail space in Florida and Georgia. Baron believes that it is vital to be involved in the community and therefore the family is involved in numerous civic and charitable organizations. Cory Petcoff serves on the board of directors of the Peace River Center and the Polk Theatre and is a member of the vestry at All Saints Episcopal Church. Baron Realty operates from a serene lakefront setting in Williamsburg Square. At its core, Baron believes that its success has been based upon the application of the golden rule in its relationships with customers, employees and vendors.
Baron Realty, Inc. Cory T. Petcoff, President PO Box 2007 Lakeland, FL 33806-2007 863/607-4100 phone 863/607-4111 fax email@example.com www.baronrealty.com
The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate Baron Realty, Inc. as the Small Business of the Month for December.
Cory Petcoff, now President, graduated from Stetson and entered the banking industry in Charlotte, North Carolina. Using his special skills in finance, he worked on the special assets section of a major national bank. From there, he moved to an Atlanta company where Cory was an analyst for a firm that exclusively managed the billion dollar portfolios of the once great Lehman Brothers. He developed extensive background in real estate investment analysis, property management, leasing, and contract compliance. In 2003, Cory joined the family company and quickly earned his Florida Real Estate Broker’s License as well as his Property and Casualty Insurance License. He serves as the commercial real estate consultant and manager to multiple insurance companies who have diversified their investment portfolios through high quality investment grade commercial real estate.
Small Business of the Month Committee Member, Ginny Houghton (Allen & Company of Florida, Inc.) presents Cory Petcoﬀ with the Small Business of the Month Award for December.
Lakeland visitors and residents are encouraged to do business with Chamber members. Browse the Member Directory to locate business products and services. To view the directory, visit the Web at:
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Volunteers help make Chamber’ CarBQ huge success s
CarBQ WAS A HUGE SUCCESS! The 2009 CarBQ Committee would like to thank our sponsors for making this event possible!! Chamber volunteers and committee members met at Tigertown on November 20th to prepare and deliver 2,100 lunches for this year’s event. A couple of big THANK YOU’S go to… This year’s CarBQ Committee: Dennis Ross & Kelly Aiken, Co-Chairs, Lyn Baldwin, Don Barclay, Matthew Cantrall, Bob Donahay, John Fitzwater, Herby Glaros, Tricia Glaros, Fred Johnson, Will Link, Nick Nicholas, Sam Nimah, Steve Stewart, Bill Tinsley, and Kathy Wallen for all their time and effort! Our event Chairs, Dennis Ross and Kelly Aiken, for steering another successful event. Fred Johnson, of Fred’s Southern Kitchen, and Don Barclay, of RibCrib, for lending us their culinary wisdom and expertise! All the Chamber businesses and individuals that supported CarBQ and purchased lunches!
Our volunteers who prepared 2,100 lunches in record time. A special thanks to each of you…
Wade Altman Teresa Biever Rachel Bulman Amanda Carmichael Debbi Carter Gary Clark Jonathan Crain Rod Crowley Michael Daniels Marian Dickinson Riley Donnell Lisa Dunson Preston Eaves Rachel Erwine James Evers Patrick Fagan Ben Franklin Daniel Franklin Cindy Green Lisa Hall Susan Hames Linda Harkins Melina Harrison Rachel Hollis Jason Holm Karen Houtz Kathy Howard Patrick Howes Gretchen Johnson Joe Joseph Becky Joyce Thomas Lee Jani Lowdell Lindsay Mack Salvatore Magnetico Lillian Martinez Shawn McCole Svea McGordon Shelee Meeker James Newsome Elena Nicholas Paul Noris Ted Payne Cynthia Robertson Joe L. Ruthven Anu Saxena Punam Saxena Melanie Smith Joshua Stewart Cynthia Thomas Donovan Tinsley Martha Tinsley Andrea Ventura Marji Vetter Bobby Vogt Michelle Vogt Bob Wallen Marty Wilkey Dwayne Williams Jason Witty Tina Witty
Tigers announce 2010 Spring Training schedule
Three visits from New York Yankees highlight schedule
DETROIT – The Detroit Tigers today announced the club’s exhibition game schedule for 2010 Spring Training in Lakeland, FL. National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies on March 12 and March 20. Tickets for the 2010 spring exhibition season will be priced at two separate levels. The first set is for premium games, which include all games against the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees and all Friday, Saturday and Sunday games. The second price level is for the remainder of the schedule. Premium game ticket prices range from $11-22, while the ticket prices for the remainder of games range from $8-19. Full season ticket packages for the 2010 Tigers Spring Training exhibition season are on sale now at the Joker Marchant Stadium ticket office, via phone at (863) 686-8075 or by visiting www.tigers.com. Fans may also now purchase partial season ticket plans of five-or-more games by calling (863) 686-8075. Individual game tickets go on sale beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 9th, and can be ordered by visiting the ticket office at Joker Marchant Stadium, calling 866-66-TIGER or visiting www.tigers.com. For additional ticket information and special group pricing, call the Lakeland office at 863-686-8075. Next spring will mark the Tigers 74th season at “TigerTown” in Lakeland, extending the longest-standing relationship between a major league team and a current Spring Training host city. The 2010 spring season marks the club’s 45th consecutive season of exhibition play at Joker Marchant Stadium. The Tigers will begin the exhibition schedule on Tuesday, March 2 as the club battles Florida Southern College in the annual matchup against the Moccasins. The club opens the home portion of the Grapefruit League schedule against the Toronto Blue Jays at Joker Marchant Stadium on Thursday, March 4. The schedule is highlighted by visits from the World Series Champion New York Yankees on March 10, March 13 and March 27. The schedule also features two visits from the
20+ Years Renewals 1945 – 64 Years Lakeland Animal Nutrition 1950 - 59 Years Chastain-Skillman, Inc. 1969 – 40 years Lakeland Center for Oral Surgery & Implantology 1970 – 39 Years Lakeland Electric 1975 – 34 Years MARCOBAY Construction, Inc. 1979 – 30 Years SunTrust Bank 1981 – 28 Years Import Auto Parts 1982 – 27 Years Dr. Alan P. Fisher, Optometrist
The Chamber would like to recognize and thank the following businesses for their long-standing support and loyalty.
1984 – 25 Years High Shine Cleaning Service Polk County Fraternal Order of Police 1986 – 23 Years Alabama Metal Industries Corporation Polk Museum of Art 1988 – 21 Years Jimbo's Pit Bar-B-Q 1989 – 20 years Tax Advantage of Lakeland
15 Year Renewals
Gold's Gym/American Fitness, Inc. PartyLite Gifts, Inc.
The Mahoney Group, Inc. John Locke Painting, Inc.
GG Graphic Designs, Inc. Utopia Home Care, Inc.
e Chamber is proud to welcome 14 new members for November 2009
Through their membership in the Chamber, businesses invest in themselves and their community. We urge you to to “Buy Lakeland. It makes good cents!” by doing business with these new Chamber members. For the most up-to-date list of members, visit our on-line Preferred Business Directory at LakelandChamber.com!
4141 Lakeland Hills Blvd. Lakeland, FL 33805-1978 (863) 687-0101 www.arboroakslakelandhills.com Assisted Living Community Ms. Terry Cook
Arbor Oaks at Lakeland Hills
Badcock Benefit Solutions, LLC
PO Box 3742 Lakeland, FL 33802-3742 (863) 825-6005 Fax: (863) 825-6006 Insurance Ms. Susan Badcock
PO Box 91597 Lakeland, FL 33804-1597 (863) 668-0494 Fax: (863) 668-0495 www.floralawn.com Landscaping Mr. Robert Averitt
The Monarch School, Inc.
1540 New Jersey Rd Lakeland, FL 33803-2409 (863) 680-1290 Fax: (863) 680-1290 www.themonarchschool.org Schools - Private Mrs. Misty Reed
4729 US Highway 98 S Ste 104 Lakeland, FL 33812 (863) 594-1113 Fax: (863) 594-1121 www.centralfloridamediationgroup.com Attorneys Ms. Kathy Leggett, M.A. 1723 Commerce Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33716-4207 (727)539-7544 Fax: (727) 539-1262 Office Furniture Ms. Brit Paiva
Central Florida Mediation Group LLC
9102 S Park Center Loop, Ste 100 Orlando, FL 32819-8627 (407) 587-3400 www.kbhome.com Builders/Residential Ms. Amanda Parah
Shield Coatings & Weatherproofing, Inc.
1028 S 50th St Tampa, FL 33619-3630 (813) 247-5421 Fax: (813) 247-3517 Construction Ms. Marcy Roy
M.S.E.A. Solutions, Inc.
Corporate Interiors, Inc.
Auburndale, FL 33823-9217 (863) 965-4621 Fax: (863) 965-4631 www.mseasolutions.com Consultants/Human Resources & Labor Relations Mr. Michael Wasnorowicz 101 66th Street Holmes Beach, FL 34217-1345 813 849-4152 Fax: (813) 269-4902 www.mainsailbeachinn.com Vacation Rentals Mr. Joe Brown PO Box 8723 Lakeland, FL 33806-8723 (863) 688-4280 Fax: (863) 688-4580 Restaurants Ms. Michele R. Christman
The Village Wine Shop
Mainsail Beach Inn
1486 Town Center Drive Lakeland, FL 33803-7965 (863) 682-8980 Fax: (863) 682-8960 www.thevillagewineshop.com Wine - Retailer Mr. John Patrick
19510 Hwy 27 Lake Wales, FL 33853-2455 (863) 676-2503 Fax: (863) 649-3573 www.fieldshuston.com Automobile - Dealers - New Mr. Bucky Kast
Fields Huston Cadillac, Buick, Pontiac & GMC, Inc.
5101 US Highway 98 S Lakeland, FL 33812 (863) 644-2306 Fax: (863) 619-2425 www.wachovia.com Banks Ms. Jennifer Ivey
During the month of November, our Visitor Information Center assisted hundreds of individuals, answering questions pertaining to Chamber member businesses and the Lakeland community. Walk-in Visitors..................................292 Relocation Response Mailings................5 Relocation Response (Walk In) ............28 Accommodations...................................2 Winter Accommodations .......................0 Visitor Information Mailings..................11 Visitor Center E-mail Inquiries.............103
NOVEMBER TOURISM INQUIRIES
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Chamber Closed – New Year’s Day
Friday, January 1
Economic Forecast Breakfast 7:00 AM, The Lakeland Center, 701 W. Lime Street, Sikes Hall
Thursday, January 14 Monday, January 18
Chamber Closed – Martin Luther King Holiday
Business After Hours, 5:30 p.m., St Joseph’s Academy, 310 McDonald St
Thursday, January 21 Tuesday, January 26
Hats Off! To Chamber Members, 8:00 a.m., Florida Technical College, 4715 S Florida Ave, Ste 4
Wednesday, January 13
Government Affairs, 8:00 AM BusinessVoice of Greater Lakeland, 9:00 AM
EMERGE Lakeland Steering Committee Meeting, 3:45 PM
Monday, January 11
Leadership Lakeland XXVII Education Day Leadership Lakeland XXVII Mid Year Retreat
Thursday, January 14
Executive Committee Meeting, 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday, January 20 Wednesday, January 27
Board of Directors Meeting. Noon Lakeland Yacht and Country Club 929 Lake Hollingsworth Drive
Southeastern University welcomed Chamber members to their beautiful campus with a festive start to the holiday season. Attendees were ushered onto campus with style and entered into a beautiful scene of lights and greenery. With tables and tables of beautiful and delicious foods, the food service department intrigued the crowd with a tasty tour around the world. As the networking and introductions got under way, John Kautz welcomed everyone to the campus and encouraged tours. After he accepted the plaque of appreciation, the development staff offered tickets to the annual Leadership Forum’s small group luncheons with nationally recognized speakers. What a wonderful opportunity for members to take advantage of an outstanding local leadership conference! For more information on this year’s Forum, please visit: seuleadershipforum.com Special thanks to everyone in the development office at Southeastern University for organizing a first-class event!
November Business After Hours welcomes members with holiday cheer
Members enjoy a beautiful and festive evening networking on the beautiful campus
Members viewed existing campus layout and future expansion plans
Mr. John Kautz, Vice President/Finance & Administration accepts plaque of appreciation. Photo Credit: Randy Pease
DON’T MISS OUT
Reserve your tickets now
2010 ECONOMIC FORECAST BREAKFAST Thursday, January 14 7:00 – 9:00 AM • The Lakeland Center
Have we seen the end? Is the worst behind us? Is the economy REALLY rebounding? And what will Florida’s new, recovered economy look like once the dust settles? Mark your calendars NOW because you don’t want to miss the opportunity to hear the latest economic predictions for 2010. The Lakeland Chamber of Commerce and Allen & Company will host the 23rd Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast at the Lakeland Center on January 14th. Back by popular demand, Brian Wesbury will offer his perspective on the national economy. Mr. Wesbury is one of America’s prominent economists and economic forecasters. He is the Chief Economist at First Trust Advisors L.P., a financial services firm based in Lisle, Illinois and serves on the Board of Advisors to First Trust Capital Partners, an affiliated private-equity firm. Brian is a monthly contributor for the American Spectator magazine and regularly published in the Wall Street Journal, and has been a CNBC Contributor since 2007. New to our event, Dr. Robert Lang will join us to offer his perspective on the future growth and economic potential of Polk County and the Central Florida region. Robert Lang has made a strong mark as one of America’s pre-eminent experts on the many facesurban, suburban and exurban – of physical and population growth across North America. An urban planning and policy expert, Dr. Lang focuses on suburban studies; demographic and spatial analysis; metropolitan governance; the “built environment”; and other issues of environmental psychology. He is a director of the Metropolitan Institute at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and is research director for the Brookings Mountain West Initiative with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. To reserve tickets, call 863/688-8551, x228) or email Christine Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are $25.
Tribute to Mayor Fletcher
The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce would like to recognize Mayor Buddy Fletcher as he retires after 18 years of dedicated leadership and service to our City and Chamber. During ceremonies at their December meeting, the Chamber’s Board of Directors presented Buddy with a plaque honoring him as “Chairman Emeritus” of Ribbon Cuttings. As Mayor, Buddy has served on the Chamber Board and cut more ribbons at new business openings than we can count. He always made that business owner feel special, and made an effort to learn as much as possible about their business so he could tell others of their specialty and accomplishments. Best wishes, Buddy, as you and your beautiful wife, Weetsie, enjoy your well-deserved retirement!
Southern Homes Salesperson on the move: Janice Morgan who was at Shores of Lake Sears is now at Hunters Crossing and Ashwood in Lakeland. Jim Tamme who was at Shores of Lake Sears is now James Town Place, Bartow and Dinner Lake, Lake Wales.
JANUARY MEMBERS ON THE MOVE
Polk State College Polk State College’s Respiratory Care program has been accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health Education (CAAHEP) and the Committee on Accreditation for Respiratory Care.
Lunz Prebor Fowler Architects Daniel Fowler, AIA, a principal at Lunz Prebor Fowler Architects, recently passed the national exam for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accreditation, joining three other architects in the firm who are LEED Accredited.
Pleased to announce November’s salesperson of the month, Janet Backman. Hats off to you Janet for your dedication to excellence. Congratulations! Alliance for Independence Joan Eby, Director of Development for Alliance for Independence, was a recent facilitator for the Non-profit Management Program at USF Polytechnic. Joan’s presentation was Program Development and Marketing. Shirley Balogh, President/CEO of Alliance for Independence, has been appointed Chair of the RESPECT of Florida Oversight Committee. RESPECT of Florida is a preferential buying program for State Agencies that operates in accordance with Section 413.036, Florida Statutes. Joan Eby, Director of Development at Alliance for Independence and the President of the Greater Polk County Chapter of the Association for Fundraising Professionals (AFP), recently attended a Leadership Development Conference in Orlando, Florida. This Conference focused on training and development for Presidents and President Elects of Regional AFP Chapters. Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate Richard Dempsey, ALC, Realtor®, and sales associate at Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate (CBCSRE) in Lakeland, FL, has been awarded the Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation from the REALTORS Land Institute (RLI). Proud to announce Terry Flynn has recently joined as a Realtor ® and Sales Associate.
The Lakeland Chamber prints business announcements each month as space permits. Please mail your announcements to the Chamber or e-mail: membersonthemove@LakelandChamber.com
CPS Investment Advisors Chas P. Smith, CPA/PFS, president of CPS Investment Advisors, was a keynote speaker at the 15th annual CP Alliance Roundtable conference held in Celebration, Florida. His topic was “Investment Opportunities for 2010 and 2011.
The Ruthvens Proud and excited to announce the recent addition of Kim Reveron and Melissa Garthwaite to their organization. Kim will be working as a Leasing Coordinator and Melissa as an Administrative Assistant. They are both integral members of the Ruthven team.
The Sanoba Law Firm The Sanoba Law Firm has relocated to 422 South Florida Avenue, Lakeland, Florida 33801. Gregory A. Sanoba, Esq. and The Sanoba Law Firm will continue to handle residential and commercial real estate transactions, commercial, banking and creditors rights, collections, evictions, foreclosures and commercial litigation. Southwest Florida Water Management District Danny Kushmer recently accepted appointment to the Leadership Council for Youth and Family Alternatives George Harris, Jr. Youth Shelter. Danny is the Community Affairs Manager for SWFWMD responsible for Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties. Gentry Morrison Funeral Home Southside Lew Hall was appointed by Gov. Crist to a four year term on the Funeral, Cemetery and Consumer Services Board in Tallahassee. The board consists of three Funeral Directors, a cemeterian, a monument dealer, two CPA’s and the consumer members.
The following companies recently celebrated their ribbon cuttings in the month of November. See the photos on our Web site at LakelandChamber.com.
Pappy’s Grill, a Florida BBQ Company
3043 Drane Field Road, Suite 1, Lakeland, FL 33811 863/581-7101
Law offices of Allen and Abaray
5835 U.S. HWY 98 S, Lakeland, FL 33812 863/669-9999 • www.allenandabaray.com
1525 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave, Lakeland, FL 33804 863/686-1719 • www.bgclakeland.com
Boys & Girls Club of Lakeland, Inc.
208 E. Pine Street, Lakeland, FL 33801 863/286-8040• www.SomeLikeItSmart.com
1619 Harden Boulevard, Lakeland, FL 33803 863/683-8300
Great Florida Insurance
RIBBON CUTTING THANK YOU
Special thanks to Mayor Buddy Fletcher and all of the board members and Chamber Champions who truly make these ceremonies a special event.
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