Lake and Sumter Style Magazine
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Sunday, October 25, 2020

business

From The Publisher

From The Publisher

I shared a portion of this story in the last month’s issue, but for those of you who missed it, I would like to share it again. Several years ago we came up with an idea to feature the businessmen…
Leesburg is ‘open for business’

Leesburg is ‘open for business’

The city of Leesburg plans to educate local business owners about how to do business with local government and vie for government purchases with an upcoming workshop. Leesburg’s Procurement Division invites businesses to the free Gov-2-Biz workshop from 9-11am June…
Bigger, faster, better–more space for LRMC ER

Bigger, faster, better–more space for LRMC ER

Local dignitaries and hospital staff gathered Monday outside Leesburg Regional Medical Center’s emergency room for a groundbreaking. The $27 million expansion is expected to open in the spring of next year and will include a second short-stay wing as well…
worker’s compensation: painful lessons

worker’s compensation: painful lessons

Story: Vincent Niglio Florida law requires businesses to carry Worker’s Compensation for their employees. In the insurance world, we call this a mandatory fixed commodity. Before 2004, Florida was one of the most expensive states for Worker’s Compensation, second only…
10 ways to use social media to improve business performance

10 ways to use social media to improve business performance

About 10 years ago, social media arrived on the business scene. Today some adopters spend tens of millions of dollars on social media strategies while others commit relatively small amounts of cash to simply establish a social presence on the…
Leesburg’s New Visitor and Welcome Center Opens

Leesburg’s New Visitor and Welcome Center Opens

The Leesburg Area Chamber of Commerce officially opened its doors in March as the new Leesburg Visitor and Welcome Center. Located in the historic Mote-Morris House at 1195 W. Magnolia St., the chamber has approximately 3,000 visitors annually inquiring about…
A Fitting Business

A Fitting Business

PHOTO: FRED LOPEZ The 2016 Business Man of Style Michael Brashear found the perfect franchise for combining his business savvy and his fitness background—24-hour gyms that have revolutionized workouts in Lake and Sumter counties. And he’s not done yet… plans…
BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: Keith Adee

BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: Keith Adee

A comprehensive website containing a wealth of information on everything you’d want to know about The Villages and surrounding communities—businesses, golf courses, doctors, movie schedules, local attractions, current events, and more— Villages1.com has become extremely popular since Villages resident Keith…
BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: Mesos Plastic Surgery

BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: Mesos Plastic Surgery

At Mesos, it’s the providers’ fascination for art that brought them together. “Being a surgeon is incredibly fulfilling; you can act in the moment to help someone permanently,” says Dr. Gerzenshtein, a double-board certified plastic surgeon. But it’s their passion…
BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: South Lake Chamber of Commerce

BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: South Lake Chamber of Commerce

South Lake County is all-abuzz with health, wellness, fitness and an active outdoor lifestyle which positively impacts the entire region. And, South Lake Chamber of Commerce President Ray San Fratello and Director of Membership Ray Villegas couldn’t be more excited.…
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