New Source Security based in Treasure Island said it has formed new national partnerships to offer its clients expanded business and personal protection and pre-employment and background checks services.
Goodwill-Suncoast recently announced that it will join Wells Fargo in sponsoring the second annual Hippie Dash in Gulfport, Fla., which will offer participants three days of peace and music starting April 1.
The Sunlit Festival recently announced that it will present its third annual "Celebration of Literature" from April 10-25, which will feature several types of literature, art and culture, the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce said.
United Mechanical, a Fort Myers air conditioning company, is offering residents in Southwest Florida a cool deal – rebates of up to $1,700 or up to 72 months of financing at zero percent interest on new Lennox air conditioning systems.
Artist, author and mythologist Kyra Belan will bring her expressive art exhibition, titled "Symbolic Magic," to the April Art Walk in downtown Fort Meyers, the Fort Meyers Chamber of Commerce said on its website.
Physicians' Primary Care of Southwest Florida is once again participating in the Million Mile Movement, a Healthy Lee initiative that is challenging residents in Lee County to move 1 million miles over a period of three months, ending March 31.
The stories of 25 Holocaust survivors is the focus of a recent partnership between Eckerd College and the Florida Holocaust Museum (FHM) to celebrate the 25th anniversary oral history series titled “25 Survivors, 25 Stories ... Celebrating 25 Years."
CBIZ MHM said Amanda Porupski has received the Florida Institute of CPAs (FICPA) Horizon Award that recognizes the sharpest young certified public accountants (CPA) at the cutting edge of the profession in a release posted on the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce website.
More than 1,000 soccer fans were on hand March 23 to help the Tampa Bay Rowdies prepare to launch the regular season at Mahaffey Theater, a release on the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce website said.
Four companies with licensing of technology from research based institutions across Florida have received funds from the Florida Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research after raising matched funds privately.