A little free press doesn't hurt. Below is an article from the Sarasota Herald Tribune about all of the fabulous sales in the luxury home and condo market. They were nice enough to quote me. Here is a link to the article - Sarasota luxury sales hit 4 month high.
Sarasota luxury sales hit four-month high
Luxury homes sales in Sarasota County hit a four-month high in April, driven by a shrinking inventory of high-end properties and the seasonal upswing in real estate activity...Read Full Story
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Natural Awakenings Zen Award Announced.
Bloom Organics celebrated its first anniversary under new ownership and simultaneously was awarded the ‘Zen Award’ by Natural Awakenings. The ‘Zen Award’ is bestowed upon Sarasota’s most peaceful and tranquil place.
“It’s been a challenging year but winning this award is such an amazing way to end the year!” said Yasmin Farrell, President and Therapist of Bloom Organics. “The award is voted for by Sarasota consumers and we’re so...Read Full Story
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Kids, Cats And Cupcakes Carnival Needs Your Help.
Cat Depot needs 100+ volunteer positions for the Kids, Cats and Cupcakes Carnival on Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 10am-4pm. Volunteers are needed in various areas including carnival barkers, parking lot attendants, food prep, ticket sales and entertainment stage assistants. Shifts are available and groups are welcome. (Children under 18 must be with a parent/guardian at all times.)
Families and children from ages 3 to 13...Read Full Story
There are lies, damn lies and then there is the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. I just love it when my local paper gets it wrong. In an article by Zac Anderson titled, "Rubio remarks on entitlements: 'weakened us as a people'” is where the big lie is told.If you read past the lie in the title you will see this is not what Senator Rubio said nor meant.What Senator actually said was, "Both Republicans and Democrats established a role for government in America that said, yes, we’ll have a free economy...Read Full Story
Today, in the Sarasota Herald Tribune, there was an Op-Ed that I would like to respond to.
FPL began informal discussions about the franchise renewal last year, and we continue to negotiate in good faith and accommodate requests by the city. Contrary to rumors, the proposed franchise agreement does not prohibit customer-installed renewable generation, distributed generation, or providers with new technologies from serving the city, nor does it prevent the city from building its own...Read Full Story