Volume 61 l February 2022
Weekly eConnection
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"Out and About" Edition
Business Leads Team at Village Inn
Awesome meeting at Village Inn this morning! The Team reported 36 referrals and closed business 87 times in January. This Team meets every second and fourth Wednesday at 8 a.m. It's led by Karen Gonzalez of Business & Family Insurors. The success of the program is participation so regular meeting attendance is required. Chamber Director Melody Hunter, Realtor, is the liaison for the Chamber Leads Team program. Another team meets the second and fourth Fridays at The Haus Coffee Shop, Indian Rocks Road. For more information, click here: Chamber Leads Teams
THIS FRIDAY! Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
Let's celebrate with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a member plaque presentation!
Where: SiteOne Landscape Supply
13065 S Belcher Road S, Largo, 33773
When: Friday, Feb. 25 @ 11:30 AM
There is still time to register for the Intermediate Excel Workshop.
Click here: Excel Workshop
Register here: Excel Workshop
B2B Happy Hour - Slyce Pizza Bar
Last week we had our first B2B Happy Hour of the year! Thank you Slyce Pizza for hosting us. Thank you to all of our sponsors for your support, and thank you everyone for coming out to network! Shout out to Advanced Video Systems for the awesome photos and video.
As if increased demand and low supply for housing weren’t driving up housing costs enough, a new study finds the effects of rising sea levels could soon push low-income and working-class Floridians out of their current neighborhoods.
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, with concern over supermarket safety, many shoppers turned to delivery. While some have grown to like the digital ordering and the door-to-door service, many consider in-person shopping a pleasure.
Florida Power & Light and GE Digital opened the Microgrid Control Laboratory at the University of Central Florida, which will serve as a research facility for engineering faculty and students to simulate and test real-life grid control operations.
The round-tailed, snout-nosed animals that are popular with tourists and locals have suffered a major die-off. Their preferred seagrass food source is diminishing because of water pollution from urban, agriculture, septic tanks, and other sources.
Nearly two weeks since Astra Space’s first launch from Florida ended with the rocket spinning out of control in space, the company detailed the steps it’s taking to investigate the failure.
Thank you to our Trustees and Newsletter Sponsors
Bay Care/Morton Plant Hospital
Business & Family Insurors
Cloud Law Firm PA
Duke Energy
Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital
Home Instead/Be a Santa
Jackson & Associates CPA
Melody Hunter, Charles Rutenberg Realty
National Aviation Academy
Nova Southeastern University - Tampa Bay
Piper Fire Protection
Platinum Information Services
Regions Bank
Spectrum Reach
The Palms of Largo
Valley National Bank
Village Inn
Wealth Builders
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