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Hell ‘n Blazes – Brewing Company

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By: Felicia Solazzo Combining modern technology and equipment with ancient fermentation and brewing tricks, the Hell ‘n Blazes Brewery has opened in downtown Melbourne. The work to renovate and recreate what now is the modern but homey beer bar and…

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The Last Bat Boy

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By Mitch and Charlotte Varnes Few things say “summer” like baseball, and for Florida’s tourist and entertainment industry, baseball is a grand slam. Florida hosts spring training for 15 Major League teams, which usually means it also is the home…

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Playalinda Brewery

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A New Destination for the Craft Beer Scene By Felicia Solazzo Joining together once more, RUSH Construction and Playalinda Brewing Company are bringing a 16,000-sqaure-foot production brewery – Playalinda Brewing Company at The Brix Project – to Titusville late this…

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Tourism Technology

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  ITEC Delivers: Theme Park Development, Expertise, Adventures Here and Around the World By Lisa A. Junkerman Last year, Florida became the first state to welcome more than 100 million out-of- state and international tourists. And while Central Florida is often…

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New, In New Smyrna

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Brannon Civic Center Showcases the City By Carl Kotala With curves on both sides, a ballroom roof that slants in two directions and an extended outdoor terrace that will provide spectacular views of the Indian River, the new Brannon Civic…

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Driving Innovation

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Pegasus Transportation Garners Recognition by Felicia Solazzo  How does a bus company build a reputation as an innovator? At first glance, it doesn’t seem to make sense. A chip manufacturer; absolutely. A software company; easily. A California social media startup;…

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Orlando: A Growing Hub for Global Trade

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Moving, Making, Multiplying By Shantel Hanna There is a conversation reaching a tipping point in economic development circles throughout the U.S. that the Orlando metro region is uniquely positioned for global impact. Mick Fleming, president of the Association of Chambers of Commerce Executives headquartered…

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Best Practices: Economic Development

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GOING GREEN SAVES GREEN The Economics of Environmentalism Ten years ago, if you heard the word “green,” you likely wouldn’t have thought of building design and construction. In today’s climate, the word “green” immediately brings to mind an entire movement…

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