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Builder defies economy, opens own business
A sour economy sends your industry into a nosedive. Your employer is forced to downsize and you find yourself out of a job. Some people might choose to seek work in another field or face unemployment until the economy recovered. An option most wouldn't consider would be opening up a brand new storefront in t...
People's Premium Meats adds outdoor seating area
Regina and Reinaldo Martins, owners of People's Premium Meats, have expanded their outdoor dining area. "We are so fortunate to have such nice weather in our area," Mr. Martins said. "Many of our local customers, as well as tourists, enjoy stopping in for a fresh barbecue or pulled pork sandwich for lunch and sitting outside."...
August Seven Inn launches Café 7
Joseph Dirsa, the innkeeper and owner at August Seven Inn, has opened Café 7 within the bed and breakfast in Daytona Beach. It will be the only reservation-only café in Daytona Beach that is open seven days a week. "It's a different concept for this area," said Mr. Dirsa. "I think it has great potential to become a popular spo...
Everyone is traveling here and there
It was a slow business week as a lot of folks headed out on vacation with the Memorial Day weekend. Of course, a lot of people headed this way, which means June should be a busy month for the hospitality industry. Two recent reports point to the Volusia County economy continuing to gain steam in June. Passenger traffic at Da...
Business notes - Port Orange
Villages of Royal Palm reports sales of new homes in April at $1.5 million The Villages of Royal Palm in Port Orange reported sales of homes in the community topped $1.5 million in April. Jamie Allen Adley, president of Villages of Royal Palm and co-owner of Winston-James Development, said the award-winning community sold five new homes during...
Business notes - New Smyrna Beach
Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation welcomes new foundation board members Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation Board appointed of nine new board members from New Smyrna and Edgewater. New members include: Tom Alcorn, Adam Barringer, Jamie Calkins, Pat Driver, Kathy Griffith, Douglas Hodson, John Kulzer, Elaine Leaf and Richard Vyse. Mr. Alcorn i...
Business notes - Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, and Holly Hill
Local 'Babies Go Red' donation exclusive to Volusia County in honor of CPR awareness Up to 100 babies born at Halifax Health during June will go home with a free Infant CPR Anytime Kit and a hand-knitted red hat from the American Heart Association as part of its "Babies Go Red" initiative in honor of CPR awareness, tied to National CPR & AED Aw...

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