Seminole Chamber of Commerce President Roger Edelman presents scholarship check to Seminole Campus graphic design student Brian Hotch Seenaught for the logo entry selected (and pictured here) for all the Chamber’s media.
Seminole is an active Chamber, offering a variety of benefits and opportunities for “building your business.” Monthly business and social networking events, committees ranging from Business Safety & Security to Advocacy & Government Relations, along with special activities during the year and special business improvement marketing opportunities, are just a few of the benefits available to members, prospective members and the community.
Chamber leadership often collaborates with the City of Seminole and other area governmental and civic organizations when business and community improvement matters are discussed and planned. As a result, the Chamber provides valuable input in many aspects of city life.
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On a beautiful “Chamber of Commerce Day” March 22, more than 150 runners entered the 5k, and another 30 participants chose to walk along the certified course at Walsingham Park, during the 21st Annual Seminole Stampede. A good time was had by all with trophies and medals awarded in various age categories to male and…Details
Fred Zinda of Joto’s Pizza was named Mr. Seminole at the Chamber’s banquet March 1. He and his wife Carol have had their business in Seminole for 40 years. The Zindas have been huge contributors to youth and athletic organizations in Seminole.
CBRE Hotels is pleased to present the fee-simple interest in a prime 2-acre hotel development site within a 60-acre mixed-use development at Bay Pines Blvd. & 100th Way N. In addtion to the prosed 120-unit hotel, the mixed use development project includes apartments, single-family homes, retail and restaurant. For more information go to:
Tuesday, Jan. 14, from 7:30 a.m. to noon, the Chamber hosted the program put on by the Oliver Group LLC, from Punta Gorda. Rob and Kate Oliver are professional marketing and training experts, who travel the country, conducting meetings and seminars to a wide variety of businesses, groups and organizations. The seminar, attended by 40…Details
The 46th Annual Pow Wow Festival & Parade is set for the weekend of March 7 – 9 at Seminole Recreation Center. The festivals kick off on Friday evening, March 7, with performances from live local talent. Join us Saturday morning for the Kiwanis Breakfast Club’s Pancake Day, beginning at 7:30 a.m., and Waste Management…Details