Volume 86 l August 2022
Weekly eConnection
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Chamber Happenings Edition
Start your business day bright!
Chamber Coffee An' Networking
When: NEXT Thursday, August 25 @ 7:45 a.m.
Where: CareerSource Pinellas
13805 58th Street North, Suite # 2-140 ( @ ICOT)
Clearwater, FL 33760
Start off your day with some informal networking and a
fun "get to know you" round robin.
Thank you to our host and sponsors!
Event Sponsorships: $250 per event or $1,200 for year-long SIX Pack of Coffee An's.
Talk to Tom or Zoe at the Chamber.
HOW LONG CAN YOU TAKE IT? Dr. Rosemary DePasque D.C., of Belleair Bluffs Chiropractic, gave a great presentation on “tech neck” at a recent Chamber Leads Team meeting at Village Inn. The group was asked to hold a fork with arm outstretched to see how long they could last. Just over 10 minutes was the record. Tech neck refers to stressing muscles while using phones, tablets, and computers, resulting in neck and shoulder pain, stiffness, and soreness. And as you can guess, it’s a problem that’s getting worse. To learn more, or for a consultation with Dr. Rosemary and her team, visit www.bellbluffschiro.com.
Member Plaque Presentation
Attorney Bridgette Domingos was recently presented with her Member Plaque - welcome Domingos Law to our Chamber!

Bridgette and her team specialize in personal injury, criminal defense and DUI. Check out their business listing in our directory here.
Peak hurricane season is bearing down on us and insurance insiders say we’re covered — as long as we don’t get more than two major storms.
Many sea turtle hatchlings on Florida beaches are not making it to the ocean due to disorientation caused by artificial lights.
The numbers of Florida residents testing positive for COVID-19 have decreased the past two weeks, but the coronavirus has killed more than 78,500 residents since the pandemic started in 2020.
As evidenced by Burmese pythons and ubiquitous iguanas, there’s a motley roster of nonnative reptile species surviving in Florida — three times the amount of indigenous species — but there are two in particular that are on the rise.
For most of his 15 years, Levi Draheim led a beachy life on a barrier island on Florida's east coast, swimming, surfing and sailing in the nearshore waves. He dreamed of someday becoming a marine biologist. But Levi's world is changing.
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Melody Hunter, Charles Rutenberg Realty
National Aviation Academy
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Piper Fire Protection
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Valley National Bank
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