Volume 85 l August 2022
Weekly eConnection
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"In the Community" Friday Edition
CareerSource Pinellas Call for First Responders
Largo Mayor Woody Brown, above, gave welcoming remarks at CareerSource Pinellas’ inaugural First Responders Job Fair last week at the Central Park Performing Arts Center. Dozens of job seekers attended the event which featured law enforcement and fire/rescue agencies from Largo, Clearwater, Gulfport, Pinellas Park, Pinellas County, and several from outside the county.
The CareerSource Pinellas job fair team welcome job applicants at the agency’s inaugural First Responders Job Fair.
Start your business day bright!
Chamber Coffee An' Networking
When: 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.
Register at CentralChamber.biz under EVENTS
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.
Member Plaque Presentation
Welcome new member PMI Clearwater! The Ambassadors, Melody Hunter of Melody Hunter, Realtor, Laurie Bunce of Centratel, Kay McKenzie of Check Before Hire and Gail Holden of Office Services 101, presented Caio Pavanelli with his Member Plaque.

Check our PMI's vacation rental and property management services on their website.
A new report bears out what many observers, professional and otherwise, have been saying for years: The reason Florida taxpayers pay so much for property insurance is attorney fees.
The founder and chair of Cervera Real Estate — known as “the Queen of Brickell” — tells us: "I think that the prime for human beings is from 19 years old probably to 70-something. I think Miami is like a 35-year-old."
Florida lawmakers have previously supported heat safety legislation. But when asked to extend protections to the state’s outdoor workers, they let the bill die in committee.
Florida urged an appeals court this week to uphold a Florida federal judge’s ruling that blocked a mask requirement on airplanes and in other transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic prodded members of Orlando-based Tupperware’s independent sales force into hosting online parties, but the shift took place around the same time the company changed things up in a turnaround from years of declining sales.
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