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Business news - Palm Bay
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Posted: 2012 Dec 28 - 06:21

New Chamber members

The Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce welcomes its recent renewing Chamber members.

They are: Health First Health Plans, city of Palm Bay, Intersil Corporation, LifeCare Center, Florida Institute of Technology, Globe Wireless, Allegiance Contracting, Palm Bay Aluminum, Rotary Club of Palm Bay, Longhorn Steakhouse, LifeForce Chiropractic, Motel 6, Alpizar Law Firm, Progressive Document Destruction, Glad Eyecare, Paleo Discoveries, Senior Life, K's Vertical Blinds, Apollo Travel, Country Beginnings, Shuttle Carts, Armstrong's Cleaning, 98.5 The Beach, AARP, Mr. Dryclean and Shore Lanes Bowling.

To become a member of the Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce, call (321) 951-9998.

Business workshop slated


Leadership Brevard will present "Leadership Before Hours: So you really think you want to start a business?" featuring Jim Barfield, president/CEO of Luke & Associates.

The event will take place on Thursday, Jan. 10 at the Indian River Colony Club, 1936 Freedom Drive, Melbourne.

Registration and networking will begin at 7:30 a.m., and the program will run from 8-9 a.m. A continental breakfast will be served.

The event is complimentary for LEAD Brevard and the Young Professionals of Brevard members. Guests are welcome to attend at the cost of $20 each.

Advanced registration is required by Jan. 7 and is available at www.LEADBrevard.org.


Sales professionals join firm

Barbara C. Wall and Nancy R. Taylor, broker/owners of Prudential Sterling Properties, have introduced their newest sales professionals: Susan Ercolani and Randy Neuman.

For more information, contact Susan Ercolani at susanerc26@hotmail.com or call (321) 506-9375, and Randy Neuman at prudentialsp@gmail.com or (321) 652-7675.


Spaced leased for high- end manufacturing firm

Mike Moss of Lightle Beckner Robison has leased 12,000 square feet of space for high-end manufacturing research and development.

Mr. Moss, vice president of industrial properties, represented the tenant, Oak Ridge Micro Energy, that leased the space at 751 North Drive in Melbourne.

The company licenses thin-film lithium and lithium ion, solid-state batteries for industry.

The rechargeable batteries are thinner than common plastic wrap.

The landlord is CIA Developers.

Lightle Beckner Robison, is a full-service, commercial real estate firm, specializing in office, retail, industrial, investment properties and asset/property management.

LBR serves Brevard County, extending across the states of Florida and Georgia.

For more information, visit www.TeamLBR.com.

New, renewed chamber members announced

The Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce has announced the following new and renewed Chamber members: Hurricane Air and Home, Iandmaviary, Babcock and Malabar LLC, Health-First Health Plans, Florida Power and Light, city of Palm Bay (at two levels) and Intersil.

To join the Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce, call (321) 951-9998.

Arrangements between chambers announced

Palm Bay Chamber members have been invited to attend any Titusville Chamber event.

Some events are free to attend and some have member and non-member rates, as in Palm Bay, but Palm Bay chamber members may attend with "member" rates at the events that charge.

For more information, call (321) 951-9998 and (321) 267-3036.

Event chair needed

The American Cancer Society is seeking an event chair for the 2013 Relay for Life of Malabar/East Palm Bay.

The event has been scheduled for May 4-5 from 2-8 p.m.

To volunteer or for more information, call Vicki Bennett, community representative, at (321) 302-1803.

Properties being sold in city

The former Bassett Furniture Building, located at 2900 W. New Haven Ave., West Melbourne, and approximately 20 acres of vacant land on Simon Road, in West Melbourne, were recently sold.

Brian Lightle was the listing agent for both properties. Duane Watson and Teresa Suarez were the buyer's agents, respectively.

Lightle Beckner Robison Inc. is a full service commercial real estate firm specializing in office, retail, industrial, investment properties and asset/property management.

LBR, Inc. serves Brevard county extending across the entire States of Florida and Georgia.

Its offices are at 1398 S. Babcock St., Melbourne.

For more information, visit www.TeamLBR.com or call (321) 722-0707, Ext. 14.



Chamber luncheon: 11:30 a.m. Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce at the Life Care Center, 175 Villa Nueva Ave., Palm Bay. Featured speaker will be Lynda L. Weatherman, president and CEO of the Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast. Cost is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. Register online. Contact Cynthia Dale at marketing@greaterpalmbaychamber.com or visit www.greaterpalmbaychamber.com.

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