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2018 GUIDE TO THE PALM BEACHES

PALMBEACHES 2018 GUIDE TO THE

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Welcome to the Palm Beaches Our Chamber Leadership About Our Chamber of Commerce YPOP Leadership West Palm Beach Chamber Trustees Program The Palm Beaches Marathon Business & Commerce Facts & Figures – Demographics Commercial Real Estate Newcomer Information Numbers to Know Municipalities of P.B.C. City of West Palm Beach Palm Beach County Government Palm Beach County Area Map Transportation Health Care Education Culture & The Arts Accommodations Dining and Shopping Attractions – Things to See & Do Sports & Recreation

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alm Beach County is known for its warm tropical sunshine, endless sandy beaches and stately palm-lined avenues. With an enviable array of fun activities, cultural attractions and community events, there is always something to do in the Palm Beaches. In this tropical playground, you will find a community built with care. Excellent private and public school systems, premier medical facilities, restaurants from the casual to the utterly sublime, sidewalk cafes and, of course, many of the most prestigious shopping destinations in the country—all of which are enjoyed in absolutely perfect weather. Palm Beach County stretches from Jupiter to Boca Raton and from Lake Okeechobee to the island of Palm Beach. With 38 municipalities, you’re sure to find the perfect place to call home. With its large, diverse population, the county still retains an intimate “hometown” flavor that gives residents a true sense of belonging and community. In addition, Palm Beach County is a cultural mecca, known for its magnificent museums and galleries, music and theater, as well as a full array of year-round recreational activities. As you enjoy a relaxing stroll along the beaches, it’s easy to forget you are in a thriving metropolitan region with more than one million people. Our area maintains its inviting charm with an abundance of activities, like free weekly concerts in local parks, green markets featuring locally grown produce, and special events like SunFest, Florida’s premier outdoor music festival, and the world-renowned Fitteam Palm Beaches Marathon. Sophistication, fun, wealth and economic vitality await you in this tropical paradise called Palm Beach County.

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CHAMBER LEADERSHIP

Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches Keith Spina Chair Glidden Spina + Partners

Evelyn Hopkins Chair-Elect Florida Crystals Corporation

John Ahrenholz Treasurer First Bank of the Palm Beaches

Monica Manolas Secretary CEMEX

Jason Aube BB&T

Brady Ballard The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches

Jeffrey Balmer BDO USA, LLP

John Fischetti Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

David Goodlett Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida

Russell Greene Seacoast Bank

Penny Murphy Pioneer Linens

Joanne O’Connor Jones Foster Johnston & Stubbs, P.A.

Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson Nova Southeastern University

John Smith Duffy’s Sports Grill

Ann Marie Sorrell The Mosaic Group

Ali Soule Brightline

Tara McCoy Good Samaritan Medical Center

Jon E. Schmidt Schmidt Nichols

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John Bowers TD Bank

Gabrielle Finley-Hazle

St. Mary’s Medical Center and The Palm Beach Children’s Hospital


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Robert Diffenderfer General Counsel Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A.

Bill Bone At-Large Larmoyeux & Bone

Ryan Bridger Hedrick Brothers Construction

Rick Reikenis At-Large Reikenis & Associates, LLC

Brandon Carson Florida Power & Light Company

Joe Chase Past Chair Gunster

Dennis Grady Chief Executive Officer Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches

Ian Cotner AT&T

Sarah Davis Palm Beach Outlets

Jimmy Johnson Blue Ocean Capital

Matt Kissner Broad and Cassel

Greg Leach Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation/Trustbridge

Gary Lesser Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC

John Parkinson Hilton West Palm Beach

Vicki Pugh Palm Beach Atlantic University

Michael Pumo WPEC-TV CBS 12 News

Gopal Rajegowda Related Companies

Matt Wallsmith South Florida Fair & PBC Expositions, Inc.

Wanda Whigham Holland & Knight LLP

Justin Wright INTECH G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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he Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches has been serving the Palm Beach County community for over 100 years. Our members are a diverse group, representing the many segments of our economy. They offer a full spectrum of products and services to our community. Inside this Guide to the Palm Beaches, you will find not only a listing of our entire membership, but also a wealth of information about West Palm Beach and Palm Beach County. We also welcome you to visit our website, www.palmbeaches.org, which provides the most up-to-date information on activities in our business community. This is a dynamic and forward-looking community, where opportunity abounds. The Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches is proud to play a leadership role in expanding our economic vitality and maintaining our high quality of life. If you believe in these goals, we welcome you to join our organization.

Keith Spina, Chair Glidden-Spina + Partners

Dennis Grady, Chief Executive Officer Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches

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THE FUNCTIONS OF THE CHAMBER

he Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches is a private, not-forprofit association of businesses that have come together to advance the economic, industrial and civic interests of the Palm Beaches since 1913. As a result, the Chamber strives to support projects that lead to a stronger economy and an improved quality of life. Annual membership investments finance programs that are designed to meet the goals established by the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, who set policy on behalf of the membership. The Chamber is a proactive organization that engages local business owners and professionals and meets community needs. The association has always been on the cutting edge of the community’s critical

concerns, working for new small business programs, representing business interests at all levels of government, promoting tourism and recruiting new business and industry to the area.

OUR CHAMBER MEANS BUSINESS The Chamber’s strength is derived from its diversity and number of members. Both large and small businesses, from virtually every profession, are represented within the organization. These members make the Chamber one of the most effective and respected business associations in the state. As a unified voice for businesses, the Chamber accomplishes collectively what no one business can do alone, dealing with the many issues that affect the region’s economy and quality of life.

INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN THE CHAMBER The more members that are involved with our Chamber, the stronger its voice becomes in the community. Likewise, the success of the Chamber G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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is strongly affected by the involvement of its membership. An assortment of committees and task forces meet regularly to advance the organization’s program of work. There is a committee that meets the interests and talents of nearly everyone. Our standing committees and special groups include: Ambassadors, Governmental Affairs, Health Care, Women in Business, Young Professionals of the Palm Beaches, Science & Technology Com-mittee, Leadership West Palm Beach and the Trustee Circle.

BENEFITS OF CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP Membership in our Chamber carries with it a number of significant benefits that help make business successful in an increasingly competitive South Florida marketplace. Business Referral Chamber staff responds to thousands of telephone, mail and Internet inquiries about the Palm Beaches, and answers thousands of local and national requests for recommendations on goods and services. The Chamber refers these requests to Chamber members. Members are encour-

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aged to use the Membership Directory in print or online as their primary resource when purchasing products and services. Doing business with companies that share a commitment to the Chamber and the future of our community is good business. Networking Events The Chamber provides valuable networking events and functions that create opportunities for members to interact with one another and gain new business contacts. Breakfasts, seminars, after-hours mixers, power networking lunches, the annual Spring Training baseball dinner, the Chairman’s Circle and silent auction and the golf tournament provide a variety of opportunities for members to become acquainted with other business leaders and entertain valued clients. Also, the Chamber recognizes excellence in our business community each year with the Annual Business Awards and the ATHENA Awards events. For an up-to-date listing of special events, contact Marissa Kosiec, Special Events Coordinator, at (561) 833-3799, or mkosiec@palmbeaches.org. Information Center The Chamber invites you to visit its beautiful offices on the Intracoastal water-

front in downtown West Palm Beach. Our large public lobby, information desk and brochure racks offer a wealth of information about the area. Internet Accessibility As a continuing voice for the community and area businesses, the Chamber’s website, www.palmbeaches.org, is a onestop reference spot for area businesses, residents, visitors and those looking to relocate to the Sunshine State. Business Increasing visibility for Chamber members is one of the primary goals of the website. Members are visible to an enormous number of potential customers and clients through the online Membership Directory. Events The Chamber’s busy event calendar is always up-to-date on the site with information and online registration as well as event recaps and photos. In addition to the large number of Chamber events, members have the ability to add their own events on the Community Calendar. Whether you’re looking to attend a business seminar or an art gallery opening, www.palmbeaches.org is your event resource.


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Resources The Chamber website is the ultimate Palm Beach County resource. Find information on accommodations, dining, attractions, establishing residency and more. For more information on the website and advertising opportunities, please call the Chamber at (561) 833-3711.

CHAMBER PUBLICATIONS Communications & Advertising When businesses join our Chamber, they open a door to several unique marketing opportunities via our broad range of communication vehicles. For example, this membership directory, Guide to the Palm Beaches, is an excellent way for members to promote their products and services. Local business leaders also use this guide extensively as a reference tool. Residents, visitors and tourists also find it invaluable when researching purchases, attractions and hospital options. Another important marketing avenue is the monthly newsletter, Business Watch, which is comprised of two full pages in the Local and Business section of The Palm Beach Post, the most prominent newspaper in Palm Beach County. It appears in all

printed issues of the Palm Beach Post from Port St. Lucie to Boca Raton. It is also featured in the Post’s digital and social media outlets and reaches over 250,000 in print and digital impressions. It is also emailed to all Chamber contacts, keeping members apprised of the latest Chamber business and events, committee projects, new legislation and community news. In addition, members also receive the weekly Chamber Update. This e-mail recaps the previous week’s events and meetings, and includes a schedule for the upcoming week. The Chamber also produces a number of other informational publications such as the Health Care Guide, Education Directory and Small Business Guide. When calling the Chamber for advertising or marketing opportunities, request the Chamber communications coordinator at extension 234. All publications are available at the Chamber office, or you may order them online at www.palmbeaches.org.

for the business community on many issues. Members of the Chamber know their voice is being heard wherever public policy is being debated.

COMMITTEES Chamber committees offer members the opportunity for additional networking and leadership positions within many of the committee structures. Most committees meet on pre-set monthly dates, although some meet on an as-needed basis. Many of the Chamber’s committees are issue-oriented, such as the Governmental Affairs Committee. Other committees have agendas that focus on educational and service opportunities. The Health Care, Women in Business, and Science and Technology committees are excellent examples of

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groups that provide their members with meetings that include speaker presentations and community service opportunities. The Ambassador Committee functions as the public relations welcoming group, assisting in new member orientations and promoting member retention. It also assists with the Chamber’s events and provides feedback to the Chamber Board of Directors regarding the needs and issues of concern to members. The Young Professionals of the Palm Beaches (YPOP) reaches out to members between the ages of 21-40 providing professional growth, community outreach opportunities and social gatherings.

TRUSTEE PROGRAM The Trustee Program is an executive networking group that includes some of the Chamber’s most active and influential members. Trustees enjoy exclusive visibility through special sections in the directories, including the Guide to the Palm Beaches and on the Chamber’s website. The Trustees are prominently featured with their photos, biographies and company logos. Upon joining the program, they are introduced to Chamber members and the community through an article in a special section of the monthly newsletter, the Palm Beach Post, and the weekly email, the Chamber Update. The Chamber hosts exclusive luncheons for the Trustees with high-profile guest speakers in an informal and intimate setting.

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Trustees also have receptions throughout the year and other invitation-only events. In addition, Trustees are invited to attend the monthly Chamber Board of Director meetings, where they have the benefit of the presentations to the Board as well as the opportunity to form relationships with the Board members.

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CHAMBER BUSINESS PARTNERS The Florida Chamber of Commerce The Florida Chamber of Commerce is Florida’s largest business organization. For nearly a century, the Florida Chamber has fought for free enterprise and worked to secure Florida’s future. The federation’s more than 137,000 member businesses represent more than 3 million employees in every legislative district in Florida. More than 9 5 percent of its members are small businesses, reflecting Florida’s strength and spirit. The Florida Chamber Federation works with local chambers of commerce across Florida and develops member benefits packages with substantial cost savings, promoting new member growth and retention. The federation also maximizes the collective strength of the participating chambers in the legislative process by providing them with information on key business issues and developing grassroots support when needed. Federation members’ websites offer a wealth of local information on tourism, relocation and news. The Chamber of Commerce of the


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Palm Beaches is a proud member of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. For more information on how the Florida Chamber can work for your business, visit www.floridachamber.com. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. Its members range from mom-andpop shops and local chambers to leading industry associations and large corporations. These members all share one thing— they count on the Chamber to be their voice in Washington, D.C. The Chamber advocates for pro-business policies that create jobs and grow the economy. Key issues range from smart tax policy and regulatory relief to legal reform and trade promotion. For more incormation about the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, please visit www.uschamber .com.

CHAMBER EVENTS

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Breakfasts and Luncheons n Issue-oriented Membership Breakfasts and Luncheons with high-level speakers provide a powerful venue for meeting other professionals.

The Chamber focuses much of its attention on the total integration of social media into the way we do business. This initiative gives members easy access to realtime information. As a proactive organization that achieves results, the Chamber has maintained a professional web presence for many years, but is now taking that to a whole new level by leveraging the most popular social media platforms available. The Chamber Facebook and LinkedIn presence is regularly updated with news of upcoming events and networking opportunities as well as details of new Chamber members as they join us, and reports on the ribbon cuttings held by various member organizations. There are many excellent photos of recent events on the page. Check them out, or log on and Like us at www.facebook.com/palmbeacheschamber and www.facebook.com/ypopconnect. Members currently receive event information through weekly and monthly electronic newsletters and special announcements. The Chamber will continue to use social and digital media to better serve its members through improved communication and enhanced programming. It will also provide information and training for members wanting to learn more about using these tools in a business environment to grow and enhance their businesses and professional lives. Stay tuned and watch us grow!

Powerful Networking Opportunities n Professional Networking Mixers and Power Networking sessions provide you with the contacts you are looking for to grow your business. Educational Programs n Educational programs like the Chamber’s Business Builder, Network Advance, To Sell is Not to Sell and One-On-One 101 teach you to maximize your networking investment. Seminars/Workshops n Seminars and workshops provide information on professional and personal development such as social media, networking, sales and leadership skills, business planning, public speaking, marketing and branding. Annual Events Annual events including the ATHENA Awards, Business Awards, Spring Training Baseball Bash and a golf tournament promote and encourage community involvement. For information on Chamber events, call (561) 833-3799.

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Our mission is to educate, mentor and cultivate young professionals while providing a forum in which their voices can be heard and their needs as individuals can be met.

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The Young Professionals of the Palm Beaches (YPOP) is the region’s premier young professionals group, comprised of diverse young business men and women working together to showcase Palm Beach County as a spectacular place to live, work and play. Motivated by a desire to promote positive change in our community, YPOP provides its members with valuable opportunities to build relationships with community and business leaders and to participate in the political, economic and cultural development and direction of our community. YPOP offers monthly programs and events designed to give young leaders the opportunity to exchange ideas, grow professionally and share common interests while gaining an insider’s view of the region’s business scene. Formed in 2012, YPOP has grown enormously and now gives young professionals a powerful voice for affecting change in Palm Beach County. YPOP seeks to work hand-in-hand with current community and business leaders to learn from their experiences and to create a young-professional-friendly atmosphere, so that our region can not only retain young talent but also attract it. YPOP is all about our members, and we encourage them to

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get actively involved. Although we do provide many networking opportunities, we are not simply a group for socializing. Young Professionals of the Palm Beaches is passionate about making a difference. Our members care deeply about the community, and through their many volunteer hours, YPOP has supported numerous local causes and worthy charities. YPOP also works hard to educate its members concerning political and economic topics affecting our area, so that young professionals can speak confidently about our community’s present and future goals. YPOP also offers plenty of opportunities for our members to engage in professional development and to achieve positions of leadership within the organization and the community as a whole; we take very seriously our responsibility to cultivate our city’s future leaders. Whether it be raising money for a good cause, organizing an economic or political forum, helping others grow professionally, or taking a leadership role to drive our community forward, YPOP provides young people with the opportunity and support to make our dreams of a better community come true. We hope that you will join us!

YPOP Programs

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he mission of Leadership West Palm Beach is to develop the leadership potential of those individuals who reside or work in the City of West Palm Beach and utilize their skills to foster the development of programs and opportunities that would enrich and improve the quality of life in the Palm Beaches. Participants are exposed to a variety of aspects of the community including government, health and human services, education, economic development, arts, culture and festivals, neighborhoods and even the water catchment area. All of these areas are integral components of our community. Informing the class participants generates emerging leaders with a well-rounded knowledge base to assist in future planning and decision-making for the betterment of West Palm Beach. Up to 25 individuals are selected for each class, which runs from January to June each year. You are urged to request an application by contacting Sandy Pullens at spullens@palmbeaches.org or (561) 833-3713.

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Our Trustee Program

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embership in the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches is a vital resource. Just ask the many businesses, large and small, that recognize the value of collaborating with Palm Beach County’s premier business advocate. But to get the most out of the Chamber of Commerce’s copious resources, consider joining our Trustee program, whose wealth of luncheons, networking opportunities and special events foster exposure to, and communication with, Florida’s power players. New Trustees receive the following benefits: n An introduction to the Chamber, complete with photo and company logo, through an article in our monthly newsletter, the Business Watch, and our

weekly email blast, the Chamber Update. The Business Watch is distributed to our entire membership and appears in Palm Beach Post editions from Port St. Lucie to Boca Raton, as well as on the newspaper’s social and digital media outlets, for a readership of more than 200,000. n Special luncheons in intimate, informal settings, where guest speakers include Florida governors, other elected officials and industry leaders. n Exclusive exposure through special sections in our directories, including the Trustee section of this magazine and on the Chamber’s website. n Free Trustee events and invite-only receptions throughout the year. n Invitations to attend monthly Chamber Board of Directors meetings, present ideas to the board, and form relationships with board members. In the following section, you’ll meet our current roster of Trustees, a dynamic group of individuals from all walks of life. Those interested in joining this elite club can contact Kelly Fanelli, membership director of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, at (561) 257-0289 or kfanelli@palmbeaches.org.

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OUR TRUSTEE PROGRAM Allan Adelson The Bristol Jim Adkins CEO Focus of Palm Beaches, LLC George P Adornato Coastal Construction Sarah Alsofrom GL Homes Dodger Arp Law Offices of Dodger Arp, P.A. Jason Aube BB&T (Branch Banking and Trust) Doug Augeri CEMEX Brady Ballard The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches Jeffrey G. Balmer BDO USA, LLP Bill Bone Larmoyeux & Bone Alan Bottorff Admiralty Home Health Care John J. Bowers TD Bank, N.A. Joshua P. Bratter Esq. Bratter PA Immigration Law Firm Samantha Bratter Bratter PA Immigration Law Firm Janice R. Brunson Valley National Bank Carla Bryant SPHR Paradigm Shift At Work

Tim Burke The Palm Beach Post Sally Byrd First Citizens Bank Joseph P. Chase Gunster Brian Cheguis iPlan & Design Rebel Cook Economic Forum of Palm Beach County Ian M. Cotner AT&T Florida Lew Crampton South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Ellen Crane Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global, Inc. Dr. Peter L. Cruise Florida Atlantic University - Public Ethics Academy Michael Daley Hi-Tech Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. Gregory S. Daniel Mercantil Bank, N.A. Wm. Howard Davis TamCare Services, Inc. Dave DeMay Kast Construction Donald K. DeWoody Jr. Avison Young Robert Diffenderfer Lewis Longman & Walker P.A.

Ray Dorsey Insurance Office of America Thomas A. Dye Cozen O’Connor Julie Edwards Brightline, Brought to you by All Aboard Florida, LLC Mark B. Elhilow Blue Ocean Capital Robert Fashano Fashano Leadership Group, LLC Gabrielle Finley-Hazle St. Mary’s Medical Center and The Palm Beach Children’s Hospital Brian Fitzgerald Capital Partners William M.B. Fleming Jr. Palm Beach Atlantic University Sandra Foland Baron Sign Manufacturing George L. Ford Leeds Custom Design, LLC C. Robin Galanti Moss & Associates, LLC Allen Gast Jr. Gast Construction Group Francisco Gil Sympatico Real Estate Inc. Dianne Goldenberg Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Jordan Goldman Castle Group David Goodlett Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida

J. Russell Greene Seacoast Bank Ryan Hallihan CityPlace Michael Hamilton PNC Bank Jennifer Hampton Superior Virtual - Digital Marketing Agency Christine D. Hanley FordHarrison LLP Christopher C. Harris Anderson - Moore Construction Corp. Dale Hedrick Hedrick Brothers Construction Clifford I. Hertz Broad and Cassel Evelyn Hopkins Florida Crystals Corporation James Hutchison Caler, Donten, Levine, Cohen, Porter & Veil P.A. Joseph Ianno Jr. Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A. Jeremy W Johnson Historical Society of Palm Beach County Robi Jurney Quantum House Rex Kirby Verdex Construction Robert S.C. Kirschner Passport Publications & Media Corporation

Allan Adelson THE BRISTOL

Allan Adelson is one of the three founding partner/investor/owners of Flagler Investments, LLC, which represents over a century and a half of combined expertise in real estate investment and development. Flagler Investors is now developing The Bristol, an iconic 25-story waterfront condominium project in the Palm Beaches. With its marriage of timeless and contemporary refinement, The Bristol is a modern take on gracious living. Its amenities rival those of five-star resorts while the sweeping flow-through residences are perfectly outfitted for modern life—handsomely appointed, carefully curated and detailed with bespoke finishes, all offering unobstructed views of the Intracoastal, the Atlantic Ocean and Palm Beach Island. Adelson has a 46-year history in the real estate business. As president and owner of Commercial Financial Management, Inc., a full-service property and facility management firm, Adelson owns and manages 7 million square feet of property in four states. A full-time Palm Beach County resident, Adelson has day-to-day responsibilities overseeing The Bristol project. He is a benefactor of many local and national philanthropic organizations.

Jim Adkins

CEO FOCUS OF PALM BEACHES, LLC

Jim graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1981 and then went on to a long career in the Air Force as a leader, engineer, metallurgist, project/program manager, and acquisition officer. He retired from Active Duty in 1996. He then took his endeavors into the commercial world with General Motors, John Deere, and 4 private equity industries to achieve 4 separate business turn-arounds at Best Power, Enerpac, Bobcat and Chromalloy. Over the years, he developed his personal brand of trust, hard work, transparency, alignment and accountability to lead organizations to achieve double digit improvements in profitability in less than 6 months. Additionally, he has become certified as a LEAN and Six Sigma Black Belt and led over 1200 projects returning over $250 million in value for research & development, operations, procurement, Sales and Operations Planning (SOP), after-market support and sales initiatives. His senior leadership experience with private equity, privately held companies, publicly held companies, government buying and selling can provide any business partner with personalized and tailored approaches and solutions that will best meet their needs at both the individual and organizational levels.

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Donald Kiselewski Florida Power & Light Company

Dino Morra C3 Cloud Computing Concepts

Gopal Rajegowda Related Companies

Patrick C. Koenig Flagler Realty & Development Inc.

A.J. Titus United Franchise Group

Penny Murphy Pioneer Linens

Richard Rampell Rampell Division of MBAF

Ken Tuma Urban Design Kilday Studios

Don Kolodz Discover the Palm Beaches Theo Kypreos Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs P.A. Anthony LaCavalla Rybovich John S. Lacy The Lacy Group Jill Lanigan Song + Associates, Inc. David Layman P.A. Greenberg Traurig, P.A. Kimberly Lea Keiser University Greg E. Leach Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation / Trustbridge Gary S. Lesser Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC Wendy Sartory Link Wendy Sartory Link, PLLC Tara McCoy Good Samaritan Medical Center Amanda Millman Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Jaene Miranda Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Inc.

Claudia L. Murphy CenterState Bank Bill Newgent City Voice Podcast Carey O’Donnell O’Donnell Agency Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson Ph.D. Nova Southeastern University Emily Meeker O’Mahoney ASLA, PLA, LEED®AP, BD+C Gentile Glas Holloway O’Mahoney & Associates, Inc. (2GHO) Harvey E. Oyer III Shutts & Bowen, LLP Angelia Palahunik Cleveland Clinic Florida John L. Parkinson Hilton West Palm Beach F. Martin Perry Perry & Taylor, P.A. Will Pike Pike Electric, LLC Steve Politziner ESPN West Palm / Good Karma Brands Michael J. Pumo WPEC-TV CBS 12 News

Richard Reikenis P.E., LEED-AP Reikenis & Associates, LLC Robert F. Rennebaum P.E. Simmons & White, Inc.

Paul M Twitty Leo A Daly Deanna Usiadek Pratt & Whitney (A United Technologies Company)

Patrick J. Rooney Palm Beach Kennel Club

Liv E. Vesely Jupiter Medical Center Foundation

Rory V. Sanchez SLPowers

Richard J Vymlatil South Florida Fair & PBC Expositions, Inc.

Jon E. Schmidt LEED AP Schmidt Nichols Greta Schulz SchulzBusiness SELLutions

Larry Wahl Orange Bowl Committee, Inc.

Joseph B. Shearouse III First Bank of the Palm Beaches

Rebecca Weiss West Palm Beach Library Foundation

John Smith Duffy’s Sports Grill

Wanda B. Whigham Holland & Knight LLP

Ann Marie Sorrell The Mosaic Group

Dr. Jean A. Wihbey Palm Beach State College

Keith Spina GliddenSpina + Partners Barbara Suflas Noble Max Planck Florida Foundation Scott H Sweigart Esq. Sweigart Law Group

William S Williams Esq. Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey and Fronrath Dr. Lisa Williams-Taylor Ph.D. Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County

John Templeton Templeton & Company, LLP

Justin B. Wright J.D. INTECH

Brian Terry WGI

Melissa S. Zinkil Akerman LLP

George P. Adornato COASTAL CONSTRUCTION

George P. Adornato is the senior vice president and managing principal for Coastal Construction of Palm Beach, which is the Palm Beach division of Coastal Construction Group, and is one of South Florida’s largest general contracting firms. Adornato is responsible for business development and operations in Palm Beach County, across projects in the commercial, hospitality, education, residential, mixed-use, worship, interiors, historic restoration and disaster recovery sectors. Coastal Construction of Palm Beach has placed more than $700 million in new construction, including recent projects such as The Edge Condominiums in West Palm Beach, Luxuria Condominiums in Boca Raton, The Promenade Condominiums in Boynton Beach, and Worthing Place Apartments and Alta Congress Apartments in Delray Beach. Adornato is a member of the Construction Management Association of America, American Society of Professional Estimators, National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, and the Palm Beach Development Board. He is a graduate of Southern Technical Institute in Marietta, Ga., with a degree in Civil Engineering Technology.

Sarah A. Alsofrom

GL HOMES

Sarah Alsofrom is the Director of Community Relations for GL Homes, Florida’s largest private homebuilder. For over 40 years, GL Homes has created exceptional communities and built quality residences in Florida’s most desirable locations. In her role with GL, Sarah works with nonprofit organizations throughout Florida to address the issue of homelessness. A West Palm Beach native, she is a graduate of Leadership Florida and is a lifetime member of the organization. She is the chair of Leadership Florida’s Gulfstream Region, which includes Palm Beach, Okeechobee, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties. In 2010, Sarah received the Athena Award, young professionals category. The annual Athena Awards which is presented locally through the chamber, honors professional excellence, community service and mentoring. Sarah is a past president of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches. She is a past chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

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Dodger Arp

LAW OFFICES OF DODGER ARP, P.A.

Dodger Arp has dedicated his law practice and much of his spare time to serving his community. From his military service in the United States Marines to his pro bono work with the Palm Beach Legal Aid Society, he has always strived to “give something back” to his community. His work has earned him a well-deserved reputation as a fair negotiator and an aggressive litigator. Dodger Arp attended Florida Atlantic University as an undergraduate and received his Bachelor of Science in Political Science. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from the Nova Southeastern University. While a student, Mr. Arp served in the US Marine Reserves. During his time with the Marines, he earned his ‘jump wings’ as a parachutist and was awarded the Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal for “outstanding dedication to duty” to his unit and country. Dodger Arp joined the Florida State Attorney General’s Office where he successfully litigated hundreds of cases with a variety of complex family law issues. Dodger Arp is active in the Palm Beach County Bar Association where he has served on the Family CLE committee and has organized public speaking events on important family law topics.

Jason Aube

BB&T (BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST)

A native of Goldsboro, NC, Jason holds an undergraduate degree in Business Management from The University of Mount Olive and a Masters of Business Administration from East Carolina University. Jason started with BB&T in 2001, entering into the Leadership Development Program (LDP) in Winston-Salem, NC. Prior to his arrival in South Florida, Jason was the Regional Retail Banking Manager for the Baltimore Metro Region, overseeing the financial performance of 50 branches. In April 2010, with the BB&T acquisition of Colonial Bank, Jason was asked to lead the newly formed South Florida Region of 70 branches as the Regional Retail Banking Manager. In February 2013, Jason was promoted to the role of Market President for Palm Beach County, leading the Commercial Banking effort for BB&T. In November 2014, Jason transitioned into the role of Market President for Broward County. In September 2017, Jason had the opportunity to return to Palm Beach County as the Market President. Jason and his wife, Erica, have three sons, (Colin, 12, Haden, 10, & Logan, 7), and they enjoy the warm winters of South Florida. Jason is honored to be part of the Palm Beach County professional community once again!

Doug Augeri CEMEX

Augeri is currently the vice president and general manager for the Palm Beach/Treasure Coast areas of CEMEX, a global building materials company that provides high-quality products and reliable services to customers and communities throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Augeri is responsible for all facets of the business and has been involved in the ready mix concrete, cement, aggregate and materials supply business for more than 30 years. Augeri began his career with Rinker Materials in 1980 and has worked for CSR Ltd. and now CEMEX. He has worked throughout South Florida and Arizona. He is a graduate of Scared Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., and is a member of various industry associations. He is past chairman of Region Six for the Florida Concrete and Products Association, a board member for the Association of General Contractors and an executive committee member of the Arizona Rock Products Association. Augeri and his wife Sonia reside in Jupiter.

Brady Ballard

THE BALLPARK OF THE PALM BEACHES

Brady Ballard is general manager of the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, the Spring Training home of the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals. Ballard is a critical resource in the construction and opening of the facility, and he is be responsible for leading all aspects of business operations and revenue generation, including ticket sales, corporate partnerships, marketing, public relations, finance, human resources, special events, facility operations and community initiatives. Ballard began his career in sales with the Jacksonville Suns, a former AA affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. From 2007 to 2013, he served in various capacities with the Daytona Cubs, a former A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, including general manager from 2010 to 2013. He served as vice president at Historic Dodgertown, a sports training facility in Vero Beach, Fla., from 2013 to 2016. Ballard is a graduate of the University of Illinois with a major in Economics. He earned a baseball scholarship with Big Ten academic and athletic honors. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

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Jeffrey G. Balmer

BDO USA, LLP

Jeff Balmer has more than 30 years of public accounting experience, including more than 25 years with BDO, an international assurance, tax and advisory firm with more than 350 publicly traded clients in the U.S. He serves clients in a variety of industries both domestically and internationally, including software and other technology companies, financial services, manufacturing and distribution, telecommunications, and health care companies. Balmer has significant experience working with public companies with international operations. Balmer has extensive technical experience with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s (PCAOB) rules and regulations, and has been heavily involved in private and public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, consolidations and reorganizations, impairments, and evaluation of internal controls. Balmer serves as assurance practice leader for the BDO West Palm Beach office, has served as an instructor in the firm’s continuing education courses, and as a member of the firm’s National Quality Control Group Internal Inspections Program.

Bill Bone

LARMOYEUX & BONE

Bill Bone was born in West Palm Beach and graduated from Atlantic High School in Delray Beach. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida Warrington College Of Business and his Juris Doctorate degree from the UF Levin College of Law. He is a board-certified trial lawyer practicing in Florida and a principal partner in the firm of Larmoyeux & Bone, representing personal injury clients. Bone has served the community by presiding over organizations such as the Forum Club, the Rotary Club and the UF Law School Alumni Association. In 2011 he served as chairman of the Town of Palm Beach Centennial Commission. He currently serves as chairman of the Palm Beach County Do the Write Thing Challenge and is a member of the Educational Advisory Committee of the Kravis Center. Bone is the father of four teenage children, and he enjoys the sports of triathlon and cycling. He is a founding member of CycleFest, the Bill Bone Grand Prix, the Bill Bone Bike Tour, the Bill Bone ProAm Race and the Bill Bone Racing Team.

Alan E. Bottorff

ADMIRALTY HOME HEALTH CARE

Mr. Alan E. Bottorff is a native of Green Bay, Wisconsin. He enlisted into the U.S. Navy during Operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM and completed 21 years of active military service. During the end of his naval career, he met his wife and together they founded their first startup company, EMUrgent Care, located in Olney, Maryland. Upon arrival to Palm Beach County, he started his own Medicare company — Admiralty Home Health Care. Currently, he is a Board Member for Wellington Cares, the Chancellor for Knights of Columbus Council 12376 (which he was just nominated Grand Knight for 2017) and the Fundraiser Committee Chair for T. Leroy Jefferson Medical Society, a nonprofit organization. Now that education has become Alan’s passion, he now attends Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business for both the MBA and HSM programs. Alan is highly decorated in the military which include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals (3), the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals (6) and various unit/individual citations and awards. When he catches some free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, volunteering in his community, playing golf and traveling.

John J. Bowers

TD BANK

John J. Bowers is vice president of commercial lending at TD Bank, where he supports credit, deposit and treasury relationships for Palm Beach and Treasure Coast companies and government entities with annual revenues ranging from $10 million to $750 million. With deep roots in South Florida, Bowers strives to build relationships that support the growth of his clients and the local economy. Previously, Bowers served as vice president of corporate banking at City National Bank of Florida (CNB), where he supported the financing and general banking needs of middle-market and large corporate businesses in South Florida. A resident of Palm Beach County for 32 years, Bowers is active in his community and has served on the boards of various nonprofit organizations. He currently volunteers his time at the Kiwanis Club of Palm Beach County, Lourdes-Noreen McKeen Residence and St. Therese de Lisieux Catholic Church. Bowers’ professional associations include Palm Beach Young Professionals (committee member) and the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County (corporate member).

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Joshua P. Bratter

BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM

Joshua P. Bratter PA is a full service immigration law firm assisting clients from around the world in their corporate and individual immigration matters. Mr. Bratter earned his B.A. at Hamilton College and his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law. He currently serves as the official Immigration Counsel to many companies and organizations. He has worked as a Research Assistant at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs in Washington DC and as a Law Clerk for the Under Secretary of Legal Affairs at the Organization of American States. Mr. Bratter currently serves as a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

Samantha Bratter

BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM

In a 20 year career that has spanned the diversified fields of Fashion, Branding, Philanthropy and Film, Bratter has defined her career with individualized, tactical approaches. Specializing in Strategic Business Management, Bratter has served in leadership roles with Chanel, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace, Celine and Emilio Pucci in addition to leading the Executive Production team for the award-winning films: Better Mus Come and The Black Line. Formerly the Vice President of Development for The Miami Foundation, Bratter is now the Director of Operations and Client Services for BRATTER PA, a leading International Immigration Law Firm based in Miami Beach and Palm Beach specializing in Exclusive Immigration Representation and Extraordinary Ability Immigration Services for Entrepreneurs, Athletes, Entertainers, IT Professionals and Artists.

Janice Brunson

VALLEY NATIONAL BANK

Janice Brunson is a vice president and commercial lender with Valley National Bank. Valley National is one of the largest commercial banks in New Jersey, and the bank currently has 31 branches in Florida, with the state headquarters located in West Palm Beach. Brunson works closely with business owners to provide cash flow solutions including commercial lending, treasury management and deposit products. Her additional responsibilities include bringing in new business, customizing services for new and existing clients, and representing Valley through civic involvement and community events. A Florida native, she has worked in the commercial banking industry in Palm Beach County for more than 17 years. She is a member of Executive Women of the Palm Beaches and also volunteers her time to the Center for Child Counseling and the ARC of Palm Beach County. Brunson is a member of Leadership Palm Beach Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Class of 2017, and she currently serves as a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

Carla S. Bryant

PARADIGM SHIFT AT WORK

Carla S. Bryant is the CEO of Paradigm Shift At Work, a management consulting firm providing strategic workforce and workplace solutions that improve employee and organizational performance. With more than 25 years as a human capital consultant, Bryant draws on her diverse experience with enhancing performance in a variety of industries, including technology, aerospace, intelligence, engineering and local and federal government by designing strategic human capital initiatives based on best practices in organizational development, training, workforce planning, executive coaching, board development, strategic communications and general management. She has trained more than 15,000 U.S. and European employees from government, business and nonprofit sectors in a variety of areas, including diversity, teaming, organizational development, supervision, communications and business analysis. As a proponent of rigorous analysis of qualitative and quantitative data, she was nominated for her work by the leadership of the Department of Defense (DoD) with the Human Capital Management Government Public Sector Innovation Award for the 21st century.

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Tim Burke

THE PALM BEACH POST

Tim Burke has been publisher and executive editor of the Palm Beach Post since December 2009 and has recently been promoted to multi-market VP of content for Cox Media Group, the Post’s parent company. Burke oversees content execution, strategy and business goals for Cox newspapers’ products and platforms. Previously in Burke’s 23-year Cox career, he served as editor and vice president of audience development, vice president of digital media, deputy managing editor and executive sports editor at the Post. Before that, he worked for six years at the Miami Herald, three years at the Dallas Times Herald and three years at the Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader. Additionally, he is a past president of Associated Press Sports Editors. Burke graduated from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. He lives in Jupiter with his wife, Karen. They have two daughters: Riley, a high school senior; and Brenna, a college graduate.

Sally Byrd

FIRST CITIZENS BANK

Sally Byrd, a seasoned banking veteran, has been in banking management for more than 20 years under the employ of some of the nation’s largest, most successful financial institutions. But recently, Byrd decided she wanted to work with an organization that was more community-focused—one that allowed her to use her talents to help local businesses well beyond traditional banking. In early 2015, she joined First Citizens Bank as its vice president and financial sales manager. This position has afforded her the opportunity to work within the community and provide the resources that local businesses have been asking for. In addition to her work with First Citizens Bank, Byrd has been involved in volunteerism for nearly 30 years. Some of the organizations to which she has dedicated her time include The March of Dimes, The D.A.R.E. program of the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department and Junior Achievement. In late 2015, Gov. Rick Scott appointed Byrd as the commissioner of the Palm Beach County Housing Authority, and she currently serves as chairman of the board.

Joseph P. Chase GUNSTER

A South Florida native, Joe Chase is a shareholder and business and corporate attorney with the Gunster law firm. In addition to assisting clients with their day-to-day business law needs, Chase has handled numerous complex business transactions. He has represented private companies, private equity firms and venture capital firms in connection with mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, recapitalizations, debt and equity restructurings, executive compensation and incentive equity matters, as well as general corporate matters. He is the immediate past chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. He also serves on the boards of directors of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County and the YMCA of the Palm Beaches. Previously, he served on the boards of the Friends of the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach and the Gold Coast Venture Capital Association. Chase worked previously for Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Chicago. He is a graduate of Harvard University and Vanderbilt University Law School. At Vanderbilt, he served as editor-in-chief of the Vanderbilt Law Review.

Brian Cheguis iPLAN & DESIGN

Brian T. Cheguis, is Principal Planner at iPlan & Design and has worked as a land use planner in South Florida for over 17 years. iPlan & Design is a collaboration of experienced land use planners, site designers and landscape architects that utilize the most up to date technology to provide intelligent, innovative and internet-based professional land-planning and site design services for property owners or soon-to-be property owners. Mr. Cheguis has served as a Palm Beach County Public Art Committee Member and is currently a member of the Downtown Action Committee for the City of West Palm Beach. Volunteer commitments include serving as an active Board Member of Northwood Village Mainstreet which is committed to advancing the success of Northwood Village in West Palm Beach. Mr. Cheguis possesses an Architectural Technology Diploma and a Bachelor’s degree in Directed Interdisciplinary Studies from Carleton University.

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Rebel Cook

ECONOMIC FORUM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

Rebel Cook is president of the Economic Forum of Palm Beach County, a 280-member organization of business and political leaders that meets monthly at the Kravis Center to hear national and local speakers address the economic and business issues facing South Florida and the nation. Cook is an active commercial real estate broker and is president and broker of Rebel Cook Real Estate, which was established in 1993 in Palm Beach County. She began her career in commercial real estate in Miami, working with major developers of industrial and office properties in site selection, development, sales and marketing. Cook established her own firm in the 1980s and, recognizing the movement of growth and development in South Florida, relocated to Jupiter in 1990. She has served as a court-appointed receiver and expert witness on real estate matters, and she presently serves as an honorary director of Palm Beach Dramaworks. Cook previously served as president of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches and as executive board member of the Realtors Commercial Alliance of the Palm Beaches.

Ian Cotner AT&T

Ian Cotner is AT&T’s regional director of external and legislative affairs. He is responsible for coordinating AT&T’s political, legislative and community affairs in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast, as well as Glades and Okeechobee counties. Cotner has more than a decade of experience in campaigns and legislative affairs, and has been practicing law for more than five years. Before joining AT&T, Cotner served as the director of legislative affairs for the Florida Department of Children and Families and in the legislative offices of former Majority Leader Adam Hasner and former Speaker Pro Tempore of the Florida House of Representatives, John Legg. During his career, he has also worked for some of Florida’s premier governmental consulting firms. Cotner completed his undergraduate studies in Political Science at Florida State University in 2002. He went on to graduate with honors from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2008. Immediately prior to joining AT&T, Cotner ran his own political consulting and law firms in Stuart and Tallahassee. When he is not working, he enjoys sailing, swimming, fishing, traveling and spending time with his family.

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Lew Crampton

SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM

Lew Crampton has served as president and CEO of the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium since August of 2010. Since that time, the center tripled its revenues, brought blockbuster exhibits like “Titanic” to Palm Beach County, and has become one of the region’s most popular family attractions. Crampton has a diverse background in communications, operations management and fund development. He began his career as a writer and business consultant with the Arthur D. Little Company in Cambridge, Mass., and was appointed commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Community Affairs by Gov. Francis W. Sargent. He was a congressional candidate from Massachusetts in 1984 and served in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as director of the Office of Management Systems and Evaluation (1980-83) and as the EPA’s associate administrator (1989-92). Crampton was vice president for communications and environmental affairs with Waste Management, Inc.; vice president for communications with the American Medical Association; and president of the Chicago Academy of Sciences. Crampton famously discovered a rare and well-preserved dinosaur in Montana, and he sings with the Master Chorale of South Florida.

Ellen Crane

CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA GLOBAL, INC.

Ellen Crane, APR, a long-time South Florida resident, oversees community relations and charitable contributions for Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), a national network of five hospitals that serves adult patients who are fighting cancer. CTCA® offers integrative cancer care to patients from around the world at hospitals in Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Tulsa.  From the company’s headquarters in Boca Raton, she manages national and local partnerships with such organizations as the American Lung Association, Cancer Support Communities and the YMCA.  Prior to joining CTCA, Crane was president of her own public relations consulting firm for 15 years.  She has also held positions with American Airlines, ALCOA and Hill and Knowlton.  A graduate of Leadership Palm Beach, Leadership Boca Raton and Leadership Broward, Crane earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Georgia and is Accredited in Public Relations from the Public Relations Society of America.  She is a member of the Founder’s Council at Pine Crest Schools.

Dr. Peter L. Cruise

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY - PUBLIC ETHICS ACADEMY

PETER L. CRUISE, Ph.D. is Executive Director of the Public Ethics Academy and Affiliate Associate Professor at Florida Atlantic University.  Both his academic and professional careers have been focused on improving the ethical climate in public sector programs and organizations. Since graduating with his Ph.D. in Public Administration from FAU in 1995, he taught ethics and organizational behavior in both undergraduate and graduate students in universities such as California State University-Chico, Golden Gate University, Louisiana State University and Mary Baldwin University. Before beginning his academic life, his professional career started in West Palm Beach in the early 1980s, working at St. Mary’s Hospital, and the Palm Beach Blood Bank, and later at Martin Memorial Hospital in Stuart. In addition to many published articles, he is the co-editor of the Handbook of Organization Theory and Management: The Philosophical Approach (2nd Edition, 2006).  In April 2015, he was selected by the faculty the College of Design and Social Inquiry at Florida Atlantic University as a Distinguished Alumnus.

Michael Daley

HI-TECH ROOFING & SHEET METAL, INC.

Michael Daley is president and founder of Hi-Tech Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc., a Palm Beach County-based fullservice roofing contractor with 18 years of experience. He has been involved in the South Florida commercial roofing market since 1984, and is the current president of the Palm Beach County Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association. Hi-Tech Roofing offers a full complement of roofing services for new construction, repairs and renovations, as well as the re-roofing market, successfully combining experienced personnel, a commitment to excellence, state-of-the-art equipment and the latest innovations in roofing technologies to provide clients with the highest degree of quality and value available in today’s marketplace. Hi-Tech Roofing has been the contractor of choice on numerous high-profile projects such as Vista Center, Scripps Florida, Max Planck, West Palm Beach City Hall and Library, Palm Beach County Emergency Operations Center, the re-roofing of the Morikami Museum and the re-roofing of numerous Palm Beach County schools and countyowned buildings.

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Gregory S. Daniel MERCANTIL BANK

Gregory S. Daniel is a Vice President, Middle Market Banker for Mercantil Bank, N.A. This Wall Street veteran and former NYSE Principal has previously served in senior capacities for Bank of America and Wells Fargo. During his distinguished career, he has created several companies, orchestrated IPO’s and financed projects on 4 continents. Throughout his career, Mr. Daniel has been actively involved in several financial services industry trade groups including Association for Corporate Growth, Turnaround Management Association, Community Development Financial Institution Fund and the United States Small Business Administration, where he advocated and drafted federal legislation that provided $300 million in funding for small businesses that created 10,000 jobs and had a $2 billion economic impact in underserved urban and rural communities. He has served as Chairman of Palm Beach County School District Office of Inspector General Audit Committee; Member of City of West Palm Beach Independent Audit Committee; Director of Finance for Boy Scouts of America; Director of Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, School of the Arts Foundation, Metro Broward, Marine Industry Education Foundation and Youth Build.

Wm. Howard Davis TAMCARE SERVICES, INC.

Wm. Howard Davis is the CEO and founder of TamCare Services Janitorial and Maintenance Company. Founded in 19 9 4, TamCare is a full-service, Green Certified commercial cleaning company that provides service from Miami to Jacksonville, with its home office located in West Palm Beach. Davis grew up in Palm Beach County and founded TamCare Services after serving in the United States Navy. Since the beginning, TamCare has always focused on quality service, outstanding customer service and employee retention. These simple practices have allowed TamCare to grow and be successful in a very competitive industry. TamCare provides cleaning services to over 10 million square feet of office daily, including plaza maintenance, pressure cleaning, marble and natural stone care, and tile and grout cleaning, while continuing to explore the newest in green technology. With the goal of keeping his company updated with the most current environmentally safe practices, equipment and products, Davis educates his customers and employees to ensure that “Green Cleaning” is always part of TamCare’s profile.

Dave DeMay

KAST CONSTRUCTION

Dave DeMay is Vice President and a Principal with KAST Construction Company. Founded and based in West Palm Beach, KAST has grown to be the County’s largest general contractor.  Since 2005, KAST has built a portfolio that includes the following market sectors: multi-family, condominium, education, municipal, office, hospitality, assisted living and memory care, retail, high-end country club communities, and arts and cultural centers.  Signature West Palm Beach projects include Two City Plaza, Loftin Place, Hyatt Place Hotel, Cameron Estates, Jefferson Palm Beach apartments, The Alexander and City of West Palm Beach Fire Rescue Station #5.  A native of Jackson, Michigan, DeMay graduated from Auburn University with his Bachelors and Masters degrees.  Active in the community; he is a director at The South Florida Fair serving on the Scholarship Golf Committee and Marketing Committee.  He is also a Board Member of the “We Are Dwyer” Foundation, and the Palm Beach State College Foundation. In addition, DeMay is an ACE (architecture, construction, engineering) Mentor, and ACE board member. His downtime includes boating, fishing and traveling with his wife Rachel and their 15 and 12 year old kids.      

Donald K. DeWoody, Jr. AVISON YOUNG

Donald K. DeWoody, Jr. has been actively involved in commercial real estate since 1988, during which time he has established himself and his firm as one of the premier tenant representation firms in South Florida. In June 2013 WGCompass Realty Companies, a regional realty services firm that he co-founded, was acquired by Avison Young, a national realty services firm, and DeWoody was made a principal and shareholder. DeWoody has extensive experience in commercial brokerage and consulting. Previously he worked as a commercial real estate appraiser for Callaway & Price, Inc. He has earned the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute and currently holds the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from the Commercial Industrial Real Estate Institute. Additionally, he has served as a member of the board of directors of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County. DeWoody is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). A native Floridian, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in real estate from Florida State University.

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Robert Diffenderfer

LEWIS, LONGMAN & WALKER P.A.

Robert Diffenderfer maintains a diverse governmental practice that includes complex environmental and land use matters, including representation before local, state and federal legislative and regulatory bodies; growth management counseling; comprehensive plan adoption, implementation and defense; DRI approval and implementation; environmental resource permitting; and related litigation. His practice also includes projects relating to special district creation, operation and administration, as well as representation of local general-purpose governments on a variety of specialized governmental, growth management and natural resource issues. Diffenderfer has handled a variety of growth management, land use and regulatory issues for large public infrastructure projects and various Florida Department of Transportation highway projects, including Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Palm Beach International Airport and North Palm Beach County General Aviation Airport. Diffenderfer is a board member and past chair of the Pine Jog Environmental Education Center and a member of the Palm Beach and Collier County Bar Associations, the Florida Bar and the American Bar Association.

Ray Dorsey

INSURANCE OFFICE OF AMERICA

C. Ray Dorsey, CIC, is a third-generation resident of West Palm Beach. Following in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps, he chose a career in the insurance business, which started in the 1920s with a focus on commercial lines insurance. A graduate of the Certified Insurance Counselors program at the University of Tampa, Dorsey is vice president and partner of Insurance Office of America, which is a privately held, full-service insurance agency founded in 1988. His firm is one of the fastest-growing independent agencies in the U.S. and has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” from 20072010. Dorsey consults with clients on their specific needs and helps them explore traditional and alternative options for getting the most effective use of their premium dollar. Insurance Officers America has extensive experience in alternative funding programs and coordination of large account brokerage risk management services. His recreational time is spent enjoying boating and water sports with his family—his wife Heather, two sons and four grandchildren.

Thomas A. Dye

COZEN O’CONNOR

Thomas A. Dye is a partner in the West Palm Beach office of Cozen O’Connor, a full-service firm with nationally recognized practices in litigation, business law and government relations. Its diverse client list includes global Fortune 500 companies, middle-market firms poised for growth, ambitious startups and high-profile individuals. Formerly, Dye was a partner in Feldman Gale’s Miami office. An AV-rated trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, Dye focuses his legal efforts on commercial litigation, intellectual property, insurance coverage, product liability and cyber security. He is credited with high-stakes, high-profile victories in many industries, including software, telecommunications, automobile, petroleum, hospitality and construction. He has been listed among the Best Lawyers in America and Florida Super Lawyers, and he was selected for inclusion in Florida Trend’s “Florida’s Legal Elite.” Outside of the courtroom, Dye has taken on leadership roles at several legal organizations, including the American Bar Association and the Defense Research Institute. Dye has taught Trial Advocacy at the University of Miami School of Law and frequently writes and lectures on litigation topics.

Julie Edwards

BRIGHTLINE, BROUGHT TO YOU BY ALL ABOARD FLORIDA, LLC

As chief marketing officer, Julie Edwards is responsible for driving marketing strategy and program innovation toward the launch of Brightline, the new intercity express train service that will connect Southeast Florida and Central Florida. Edwards is also overseeing the development and execution of All Aboard Florida’s comprehensive marketing and communications plan and providing strategic leadership to achieve the project’s marketing goals. Edwards has a deep understanding of traditional and innovative marketing strategies and brings more than 25 years of in-depth marketing and branding expertise to the All Aboard Florida team. Prior to joining All Aboard Florida, she worked as a lead consultant for 11 years in the building and rebranding of NAVTEQ, now Nokia, where she assisted in growing the brand. She also worked with numerous blue-chip companies to take their marketing and branding efforts to the next level, and developed strategic partnerships and led cross-marketing efforts at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Cedar Fair Entertainment and other leading theme parks and resort brands around the world. Edwards holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky.

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Mark B. Elhilow

BLUE OCEAN CAPITAL

A native of West Palm Beach, Mark B. Elhilow, CPA/PFS, has been actively engaged in the practice of investment management, family office and public accounting for the past 26 years. He co-founded Blue Ocean Capital, a boutique investment management firm and multi-family office practice in West Palm Beach. Elhilow is also a managing member of Elhilow, Smith and Company, LLC, a certified public accounting firm, also in West Palm Beach. Both companies provide investment management, family office and taxation services to high-net-worth individuals, families and their related businesses in South Florida. An active member in the community, Elhilow serves as a member of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County and is a past chairman of both the Historical Society of Palm Beach County and the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

Robert Fashano

FASHANO LEADERSHIP GROUP, LLC

Bob Fashano founded Alliance Advisory Group, Inc. in 1979. Alliance is a financial advisory company with offices in several cities in Upstate New York. He is also founder of Fashano Leadership Group, LLC a leadership development and coaching company. He is a certified facilitator for John Maxwell Company leadership programs. Bob is the creator of The Lead One coaching program. Lead One is designed for mid-level leaders, small business owners in developing critical leadership skills for developing their leaders. He is the co- author of the book “The Power of Coaching” and is the author of his newest book, soon to be released “Lessons from the Porch”. In the community he has been active in the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce. Past Trustee of Forest Lawn Cemetery, Past Trustee of Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Past Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Buffalo Niagara American Heart Association. Since moving to Palm County, he is a member of Christ Fellowship Church, Palm Beach Yacht Club and Jupiter Country Club. He and his wife Patty live in Jupiter Country Club. They have 2 children and 6 grandchildren.

Gabrielle Finley-Hazle

ST. MARY’S MEDICAL CENTER AND THE PALM BEACH CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Gabrielle Finley-Hazle serves as CEO of St. Mary’s Medical Center and the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, overseeing the strategic, operational and clinical activities for the 464-bed acute-care hospital, children’s hospital and trauma center. Previously, Finley-Hazle served as CEO of Florida Medical Center (FMC), which has been recognized for its key service lines, including being ranked among the Top 10 percent in the nation for cardiology services by Healthgrades. Finley-Hazle worked with the hospital team to open the company’s first Hybrid Operating Suite as well as the region’s first Aortic Disease Institute. Prior to this, Finley-Hazle served as CEO of a large multispecialty physician group practice and as administrative officer and associate administrator of a large medical center, children’s hospital and trauma center at another major health care network in South Florida. Her awards include Legacy’s 2015 Corporate Executive of the Year and Becker’s Hospital Review’s Top 25 Hospital and Health System Leaders Under 40 in 2013 and 2014. As a native of South Florida, FinleyHazle participates in various community initiatives and serves in leadership roles in several community organizations.

Brian Fitzgerald

CAPITAL PARTNERS

Brian D. Fitgerald is Chairman & Founder of Capital Partners, a private equity firm, and Director and/or Chairman of related Capital Partners companies. Capital Partners was founded in 1982 and has since bought and managed over 80 companies. Mr. Fitzgerald was formerly Chairman and CEO of Security Capital Corporation, a publicly-listed company, from 1990 – 2006. His business associations prior to 1982 include Industrial Capital Group, General Electric Company, Kidder, Peabody & Co. and Chemical Bank (now JP Morgan). His professional organizations include YPO (Young President’s Organization), WPO (World President’s Organization), and Greenwich Roundtable (institutional investor organization). His affiliation with civic organizations includes: Greenwich Country Day School and its Endowment Committee (Greenwich, CT); Webb-Waring Institute and its Endowment Committee (Denver, Colorado—biomedical research organization, affiliated with University of CO Medical School); Republican Roundtable of Greenwich; and CT Public Expenditure Council. Mr. Fitzgerald received an M.B.A. from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration and a B.A. in History from Princeton University.

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William M.B. Fleming Jr.

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY

William M. B. Fleming, Jr. was elected 8th president of Palm Beach Atlantic University on May 7, 2012. Up to that time, he served Palm Beach Atlantic as vice president for development. Under President Fleming's leadership, the University has been noted as a “best” choice in U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. During President Fleming's tenure, enrollment has grown from 3,668 (2011) to 3,843 (2017). The University has established five Centers of Excellence; The LeMieux Center for Public Policy, The David and Leighan Rinker Center for Experiential Learning, The Gregory Center for Medical Missions and The Center for Integrative Science Learning and the Titus Center for Franchising. PBA had an economic impact of $396 million in 2017. President Fleming has been instrumental in raising more than $157 million for Palm Beach Atlantic during his tenure as vice president for development and president. Civic and Community engagements include: St Mary’s Medical Center Board Member, Former Forum Club of the Palm Beaches Board Member, Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International, Boy Scout of America Silver Beaver Award Recipient

Sandra Foland

BARON SIGN MANUFACTURING

Baron Sign Manufacturing is a “concept to completion” signage business based in Riviera Beach. As a cofounder of Baron, Foland’s main role is to facilitate, oversee and direct the administration, marketing and financing functions of the company. Baron concentrates on both interior and exterior, electric, LED and nonelectric signs in most mediums. We are LEED, SBE, WBE, DBE and WOSB certified. For more than 34 years, we have represented excellence in the building and designing of custom interior, exterior and way-finding signage. Our design capabilities and extensive knowledge of fabrication for commercial projects has made us a leader in our industry as a design-build sign manufacturing company. Our team at Baron is continually finding new ways to increase our performance with cutting-edge technology. We are called upon by airports, hospitals, hotels, marinas, municipalities, developers and financial institutions because we are trusted to offer our clients a wide range of services to satisfy their requirements. Foland is very active in local business and government affairs.

George L. Ford

LEEDS CUSTOM DESIGN, LLC

George Ford founded Leeds Custom Design in 1999 to fill the need for a “best in class” cabinet shop to serve the clients of his successful Palm Beach estate home painting business. The company has grown to include more than 30,000 square feet of showroom, design, workshop and finishing facilities. Leeds’ custom kitchens, baths, dens and family rooms can be seen in estate homes in many of South Florida’s most prestigious neighborhoods, from Vero Beach to Miami. Ford, a native of North Palm Beach, graduated from St. Andrews High School and received a B.S. degree from Vanderbilt University. He is also a licensed Residential Building Contractor in the state of Florida and has built luxury homes throughout Palm Beach. He is a leader in his profession and has served the Florida Secretary of Labor and the Florida Speaker of the House in matters relating to worker’s compensation. Ford has received numerous recognitions for his civic leadership, including the Nancy Graham Orchid Award for community service and the National Government Affairs Award presented by the Painting and Decorating Contractors of America.

C. Robin Galanti MOSS & ASSOCIATES

C. Robin Galanti is the Director of Business Development for Moss & Associates, one of the southeast USA’s largest privately held general contractors providing a variety of services including design/build, general construction, construction management and preconstruction consulting for commercial, institutional and residential projects. Ms. Galanti grew up in Palm Beach County, graduated from Cardinal Newman and earned her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Central Florida. Upon graduation, Ms. Galanti has worked in West Palm Beach for Florida, Power & Light and from here she expanded her career into New York City as Director of Marketing for an MEP engineering firm, Edwards & Zuck, PC and as an Account Manager for McGraw-Hill Construction. After 15 years, Ms. Galanti returned to West Palm Beach and joined The Morganti Group as Director of Business Development. Joining Moss in 2017, Ms. Galanti is responsible for building relationships pure and simple. Ms. Galanti is actively involved in the Leadership program with the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, the Business Development Board as a Corporate Partner as well as many charities.

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Allen Gast

GAST CONSTRUCTION GROUP

Allen Gast is the founder and president of Gast Construction Group, an award-winning, full-service construction management and estate management firm located in West Palm Beach, Fla. In just six years, the company has grown from a one-man operation to a successful construction management firm employing 25 construction professionals. Gast Construction Group specializes in commercial and residential construction as well as estate management in Palm Beach County. Gast is a licensed general contractor in Florida and is a graduate of the M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction at the University of Florida. In his 4th year of business, his company was named Small Builder of the Year by the American Institute of Architects - Palm Beach. Gast serves on the Board of the Florida East Coast Chapter of the Associated General Contractors, is Chairman of the ACE (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) Mentor Program of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, is a Member of the Construction Oversight and Review Committee for the School District of Palm Beach County and serves as a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

Dianne Goldenberg

PALM BEACH GARDENS MEDICAL CENTER

Dianne Goldenberg is the Chief Executive Officer of Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. As CEO, she is responsible for all hospital operations, executive planning and medical services of the 199-bed acute care hospital. Dianne was most recently the CEO for Aventura Hospital and Medical Center, amongst other CEO positions, she was also the CEO of North Ridge Medical Center, one of the former Tenet hospitals in Broward County. Prior to shifting to operations, Goldenberg utilized her expansive clinical background as a chief nursing officer. Goldenberg earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Texas Women’s University and a master’s degree in nursing from Barry University. She earned her Master of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University. Goldenberg lives in Palm Beach County with her husband, Dr. James Goldenberg. She is a proud mother of four children and enjoys spending time with her grandchild.

Jordan Goldman

CASTLE GROUP

Jordan Goldman is the vice president of business development at Castle Group. In his present role, he leads the company’s branding, marketing and growth initiatives. Castle Group is Florida’s choice for community management, specializing in serving the finest condominium and homeowner associations throughout the state by placing an unwavering focus on the resident experience. The “brains behind the brand” at Castle, Goldman is often described as being a dynamic, energetic and versatile leader with an infectious personality. He brings more than 15 years of real estate development, construction and management experience to Castle. Prior to joining Castle Group, he held several leadership positions for PulteGroup, one of the nation’s largest homebuilders. Goldman holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Central Florida and is also a licensed Community Association Manager. He has served on the board of directors for Families First of Palm Beach County, and he currently serves as a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

David Goodlett

SUGAR CANE GROWERS COOPERATIVE OF FLORIDA

David Goodlett is the senior vice president of Government and Grower Relations of the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida, a vertically integrated agricultural enterprise that brings sugar from cane fields in South Florida to dinner tables, restaurants and manufacturing facilities across the globe. He joined the Cooperative in 1991 as its manager of governmental and community relations and was promoted to vice president in 2000. Goodlett is responsible for working with various state, federal and local governmental bodies and agencies. He serves on the board of directors of the Washington, D.C.-based Sugar Association and Florida Sugar and Molasses Exchange. He received the Leadership Excellence Award in 2008 from Leadership Palm Beach County and the Hero in Medicine Award from the Palm Beach County Medical Society for his leadership in securing Lakeside Medical Center. Prior to joining the Cooperative, Goodlett worked for the Florida Sugar Cane League and served as district manager for former Congressman Tom Lewis. He also served as the 1994 chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

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J. Russell Greene SEACOAST BANK

J. Russell Greene is an executive vice president of Seacoast Bank in West Palm Beach. He has been a community banker in the West Palm Beach area since 1962. He was president and CEO of Grand Bank & Trust of Florida from 1999 to 2015, when it merged with Seacoast Bank, a community bank headquartered in Stuart, Fla. One of the largest community banks headquartered in Florida, Seacoast offers a wide array of products and services for both individuals and businesses, from business lines of credit to personal money market accounts. Its state-of-the-art technology, which is similar to that of much larger institutions, provides accuracy and convenience for its customers, who may visit its 43 traditional branches and five commercial banking centers. Among Greene’s activities in the community is his 22 years of service on the Northwood/Pleasant City Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board. Greene is a past chair of the Chamber of Commerce and currently serves on the Chamber’s Board of Directors.

Ryan Hallihan CITYPLACE

Ryan Hallihan, general manager of CityPlace, has extensive retail management experience and was previously with Chicago-based Urban Retail Properties Company. Urban Retail is the country’s leading third-party real estate management company, with a portfolio of over 40 million square feet of regional malls, community centers, mixed-use projects, office buildings and government buildings in 28 states and the District of Columbia. During his nine-year tenure with the company, he was general manager of the subsidiary Urban Concession Managers, LLC, overseeing facilities for 117 restaurant, retail, service and entertainment venues in the Chicago Park District. He also held management positions at the Stratford Square Mall and the Louis Joliet Mall, both in the greater Chicago area. CityPlace, downtown West Palm Beach’s premier upscale lifestyle center, features more than 70 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, making it one of the top visitor destinations in Palm Beach County. Hallihan has a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Illinois.

Mike Hamilton PNC BANK

Senior Vice President & Regional Manager for PNC Bank in North Palm Beach County. Mike oversees 19 Retail Branch Offices from Forest Hill Road to Tequesta, offering full banking services to Consumers and Businesses. A 30 year banking industry veteran, Mike has spent his entire career on the Retail side of the bank, having worked in Virginia, D.C., Maryland, and most recently in Florida since 2003, relocating from the west coast of the state to Palm Beach County in 2016. Mike has been involved with the Sarasota Chamber of Commerce as a board member during his time on the west coast. His other community involvement was as board member for the Boys & Girls Club of Sarasota, United Way of Sarasota and finance committee of the Suncoast United Way in Tampa. Mike holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Roanoke College in Salem, Va. and also completed the Leadership Development Program through the Goizueta Business School of Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.

Jennifer Hampton

SUPERIOR VIRTUAL - DIGITAL MARKETING AGENCY

Jennifer Hampton is the owner and CEO of Superior Virtual, a full service digital marketing agency specializing in website design, search engine optimization, and social media management. Jennifer, who is also an author and public speaker, specializes in inbound marketing, social media marketing and corporate training. She works with small and mid-sized companies to improve online communications through the use of web and mobile technologies to build digital relationships. To date, Jennifer has been a guest speaker at more than 300 events nationally. She currently serves as a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

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Christine D. Hanley

FORDHARRISON LLP

Christine Hanley is a partner with FordHarrison LLP, a national labor and employment law firm with approximately 200 lawyers in 23 offices, including three of counsel affiliates. The firm represents employers in traditional labor, employment litigation, business immigration, international law and employee benefits. Hanley’s clients include private corporations, government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Her practice focuses on the regulatory issues affecting the employment relationship, and she practices in both state and federal court. Hanley received her J.D. and M.B.A. from the University of Miami, is board-certified as a specialist in Labor and Employment Law by The Florida Bar, is AV-rated by MartindaleHubbell, and is admitted to the Florida and Georgia State Bars. Hanley is also certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by SHRM, is a member and past president of the Academy of Florida Management Attorneys, and is a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, Executive Women of Palm Beach County, the Rotary Club of West Palm Beach and more.

Christopher Harris

ANDERSON-MOORE CONSTRUCTION

As owner of Anderson-Moore Construction and its holdings, Chris Harris is taking the company’s long-standing reputation for integrity and quality to a new level. Leading his team in the application of intricate and ever-changing technology, Chris has carried forward AMC’s core determination to establish and understand the needs of clients, and focus all available resources on meeting those needs. Chris joined AMC in 2001, as a graduate of Florida State University and a licensed general contractor. He was promoted to vice president in 2007, then became a firm partner in 2011 while expanding its commercial business into the luxury real estate market, helping create its diverse portfolio that also includes light industrial, commercial, religious and specialized healthcare facilities.

Dale Hedrick

HEDRICK BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION

Dale R. Hedrick, is the founder and president of Hedrick Brothers Construction, a full-service construction company, general contractor, design-builder and construction manager founded in 1979 and headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL. Providing professional project management, quality craftsmanship and uncompromising service, team members offer a range of expertise and experience including pre-construction, virtual design & construction, and sustainability. The company serves the public and private sectors in Florida and Georgia including commercial, luxury residential, equestrian, industrial, municipal, country clubs, education, worship, and historic restoration. Hedrick is also the Co-Founder and President of Hedrick Kirco Properties, a Florida-based vertically integrated commercial real estate organization focused on the development, construction, and property management of corporate-driven real estate. He was born and raised in West Palm Beach and graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in Building and Construction from the M. E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction. For more information, please visit www.hedrickbrothers.com.

Clifford I. Hertz

BROAD AND CASSEL

Clifford I. Hertz is a partner in the West Palm Beach office of Broad and Cassel. As a member of the firm’s Land Use and Environmental Law, Real Estate and Government Relations practice groups, he represents entrepreneurial and institutional clients in a variety of highly significant real estate, land use and government matters. Formerly an assistant Palm Beach County attorney, Hertz has extensive knowledge of Palm Beach County as a result of his practice and background. His experience with developers includes working on every aspect of property acquisition, development and disposition. Hertz works on land use matters and zoning changes for some of the firm’s largest clients and also participates on affordable housing projects that include bonds, tax credits, real estate issues and corporate agreements. Hertz has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America, Florida Super Lawyers and Chambers USA. He is AV Preeminent-rated by MartindaleHubbell. Hertz received his undergraduate degree from New York University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law.

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Evelyn Hopkins

FLORIDA CRYSTALS CORPORATION

Evelyn Hopkins is corporate counsel for Florida Crystals Corporation, where her practice includes FDA, labeling, marketing and advertisement, social media and transportation law, as well as policy writing and compliance. She is admitted to practice law in Florida, New York and Washington, D.C., and is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell. Prior to becoming corporate counsel, she was litigation counsel, where she handled nationwide litigation, mediation, arbitration and worldwide discovery issues. Hopkins serves as a board member and Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and is a governing board member of Tenet’s Good Samaritan Medical Center. She has served on the board of directors of Susan G. Komen’s South Florida Chapter and Rosarian Academy. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Hopkins was the chief of ultrasound at Jackson Memorial Hospital and founded the South Florida Sonographer’s Society. She is fluent in Spanish. She has a bachelor’s degree in Business from Nova Southeastern University and a law degree from Loyola University Chicago.

James Hutchison

CALER, DONTEN, LEVINE, COHEN, PORTER & VEIL, P.A.

James Hutchison is a Certified Public Accountant and partner in Caler, Donten, Levine, Cohen, Porter & Veil, P.A., a Certified Public Accounting firm located in downtown West Palm Beach. The firm provides accounting, auditing, tax, litigation support and family office services to individuals and businesses involved in construction, life sciences and biotech, manufacturing and distribution, real estate, hospitality and not-for-profit entities. Previously, Hutchison spent 27 years as an audit professional with Deloitte & Touche and Arthur Andersen, where he served as a partner for 16 of those years. Hutchison graduated from Florida State University and has been in the West Palm Beach area for more than 30 years. He has been actively involved in numerous professional, civic and social organizations, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; the Florida Government Finance Officers Association; the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, where he has served as past president of the East Coast Chapter; and the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, where he has served as treasurer.

Joe Ianno

CARLTON FIELDS, P.A.

Joe Ianno practices complex commercial litigation and is an experienced trial attorney. He has served as trial counsel for many Fortune 500 companies in multimillion- and multibillion-dollar claims involving fraud, conspiracy, theft of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty and other corporate misconduct claims. He has extensive involvement with the defense of class action lawsuits involving securities fraud, deceptive and unfair trade practices, antitrust claims and consumer fraud issues. Ianno represents financial institutions, developers, manufacturers, contractors and a variety of public and privately owned business clients. AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Ianno was selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers from 2006-2016 and was listed as a Top Lawyer in the South Florida Legal Guide in 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2015. His professional and civic activities include two chairmanships with the Palm Beach County Bar Association. He sits on the Board of Trustees for the Business Political Action Committee of Palm Beach County and is the Treasurer for the Palm Beach County Criminal Justice Commission.

Jeremy Johnson

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

Jeremy Johnson has served as the president and CEO of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County since May 2011. Prior to joining the Historical Society, Johnson was president of JRJ Partners, an independent consulting practice providing strategic planning and development support for businesses and nonprofits. Before starting his own small business, he was the vice president of the South Florida Hospital and Healthcare Association, where he promoted the interests of hospitals and health care providers among elected officials, the business community and the general public. Johnson became a Certified Association Executive through the American Society of Association Executives in 2007, was selected as a “Thought Leader” for the Center for Bioterrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness by Nova Southeastern University in 2006, and was selected as an “Up & Comer” for executives under 40 by the South Florida Business Journal in 2005. Johnson is also a graduate of Leadership Palm Beach County. Born and raised in Palm Beach County by a long line of educators, Johnson is married to Sunni, with whom he has two young children.

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Roberta (Robi) H. Jurney

QUANTUM HOUSE

Since moving to Palm Beach County as a child, this area has been home for Robi Jurney. After attending Cardinal Newman High School, Jurney graduated from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Ala., and returned home to start a family and a career in this wonderful community. Jurney has donated her time to leadership efforts in her children’s schools, the Junior League of the Palm Beaches, Susan G. Komen Foundation, Leadership Palm Beach County and many more civic organizations. She is also a member of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, the National Association of Hospital Hospitality Houses and the Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, which has named her Woman of the Year. As a founding board member and executive director of Quantum House, Jurney has the joy of caring every day for families who are facing some of the darkest days of their lives as their children suffer from serious medical conditions. With leadership laced with compassion, she gives them the strength and courage to move forward with a positive attitude and all of the resources they need.

Rex Kirby

VERDEX CONSTRUCTION

Rex Kirby is President of Verdex Construction, a company recognized by the South Florida Business Journal as Start Up Business of the Year in 2017. With over 30 years of construction experience, Rex brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the company. He is a licensed professional engineer and certified general contractor in the state of Florida. He has held positions as project manager, operations manager, division manager, and regional president. Prior to starting Verdex, he was President of Suffolk Construction in South Florida. He is a past Chairman of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County and member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County. Rex graduated with a B.S. in engineering from the University of Florida. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Associated General Contractors.

Robert S.C. Kirschner

PASSPORT PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA CORPORATION

In 1989, while a student at the University of Miami, Kirschner launched Passport Publications & Media Corporation (PP&M) as a high-end custom publishing and media firm specializing in enhancing the brands and identities of business organizations, institutions, destinations, sporting events and government entities. Since then, PP&M has produced more than 650 publications and media-related collateral pieces for an A-list roster of clients—including Discover the Palm Beaches, the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, PGA National Resort & Spa and the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County. Annual awards from the Florida Magazine Association attest to PP&M’s standard of excellence, while its frequent introduction of new publications ensures that it is always growing. A passionate publisher, a successful entrepreneur and a dedicated husband and father of four, Kirschner attributes PP&M’s success to its core team of talent, which continues to find creative and effective solutions to clients’ marketing, media and communication challenges.

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Don Kiselewski

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

Don Kiselewski is senior director of external affairs for Florida Power & Light Company, the third-largest electric utility in the United States, serving approximately 4.8 million customer accounts across nearly half of the state of Florida. FPL’s typical 1,000-kilowatt-hour residential customer bill is approximately 30 percent lower than the latest national average and, in 2015, was the lowest in Florida among reporting utilities for the sixth year in a row. Prior to joining FPL in May 2005, Kiselewski served as a congressional chief of staff and was a 14-year employee of the U.S. House of Representatives. He is a past chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, United Way of Palm Beach County, the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County and the Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce. He is a past president of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches. Kiselewski holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Emory University and an M.B.A. from Florida Atlantic University.

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Patrick C. Koenig

FLAGLER REALTY & DEVELOPMENT INC.

Patrick C. Koenig has been active in the real estate industry for more than 27 years, acting as a real estate broker, manager and developer of commercial properties. In 1996, Koenig joined Richard S. Johnson and Scott A. Johnson to form Flagler Realty & Development, Inc. based out of West Palm Beach. Working as a property developer and licensed real estate broker, he developed an impressive client list of nationally recognized retailers which included Publix, Winn-Dixie, Walmart, Target and Home Depot. As a principal of the company, Koenig brings his comprehensive approach to real estate leasing, management and development to a wide range of clients, including investors and owners of real estate properties. He also participates in the company’s efforts to develop select properties and expand their own portfolios. Koenig is also committed to his community and is active in numerous civic and charitable organizations. A native of Key West, Koenig graduated from Florida State University and resides in Lake Worth with his wife Debbi and three children.

Don Kolodz

DISCOVER THE PALM BEACHES

Don Kolodz serves as the senior vice president of operations at Discover the Palm Beaches, the official marketing organization for tourism. In this role, he is responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive stakeholder relations and integrated communications strategy aimed at achieving organizational vision and goals. He oversees industry relations, human resources, strategic alliances and business intelligence functions. He is also responsible for the technology direction of the company to include budgets for programs and projects, purchases and equipment upgrades. He assists the president/CEO relative to enterprise-wide strategy formulation and legal and contractual requirements. He nurtures key stakeholders and governance relations – both government and private sector - and synthesizes their input into development of long-term strategic goals and short-term marketing objectives. He previously served as chief strategy officer at Coastal Car Worldwide, the largest luxury ground transportation company in southern Florida, in which he was responsible for all key strategies including business development, operations and customer satisfaction. Kolodz resides in West Palm Beach with his wife Belinda, and they have two children.

Theo Kypreos

JONES FOSTER JOHNSTON & STUBBS P.A.

A shareholder with the firm, Kypreos practices in the areas of probate and trust litigation, trust and estate administration, guardianship law and fiduciary litigation. He has litigated and advised on a broad range of probate, trust and guardianship matters, including will/trust contests, creditor’s claims, contested guardianships, elective share proceedings and homestead disputes. Kypreos routinely represents both corporate and individual fiduciaries, as well as individual heirs and charitable beneficiaries, and he has experience at both the trial court and appellate levels. Kypreos has been recognized by The Best Lawyers In America, Florida Super Lawyers and Florida Trend magazine for his expertise in the area of trusts and estates litigation. He graduated with high honors from the University of Florida College of Law, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif. He earned his undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Florida. Within the community, Kypreos is a past president of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, and he also serves on the executive council for the Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate and Trust Law (RPPTL) section.

Anthony LaCavalla RYBOVICH

Anthony LaCavalla is the vice president of North End Development for the industry-leading Rybovich Boat Company, LLC, a mega-yacht marina and refit and repair facility located in West Palm Beach. The company features yacht slips up to 100 meters, unlimited draft ocean access, an in-house tug fleet, robust shore power and in-slip fueling, and a Crew Campus with free Wi-Fi, concierge service, a restaurant, a fitness center, a swimming pool and a lounge facility. Its service and refit center includes eight dry space locations, a floating dry dock, trade shops equipped with state-of-the-art industrial equipment and more. At Rybovich, LaCavalla is responsible for handling development, facilities and governmental affairs. Prior to joining Rybovich, he held positions as a business development consultant with Kast Construction, vice president of business development for HRH Construction (New York), project director/executive consultant with Harlem River Yard Project (New York) and chief operating officer with Crystal Waste Paper (New York). LaCavalla currently serves on the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

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John S. Lacy THE LACY GROUP

John S. Lacy, senior vice president and wealth management advisor, is the founder of the Lacy Wealth Management Group at Merrill Lynch. He has been with Merrill Lynch for more than 22 years, and his experience in working with affluent clientele solidified his vision to build an exceptional team to deliver client-centric solutions. Professionally, the Lacy Group advises generational families of wealth, professional executives, entrepreneurs, retirees and endowments throughout the United States. Lacy most recently served as chairman of Palm Healthcare Foundation, the largest public grant-making health care foundation in Palm Beach County. He also served as trustee for Lakeside Medical Center and Palms West Hospital. His other primary community focus has been in supporting the youth via the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Everglades Youth Conservation Camp and the Gulf Stream Council of Scouts. Lacy graduated from the University of Texas with an Economics degree from the College of Liberal Arts. He resides in Wellington with his wife and three children.

Jill Lanigan

SONG + ASSOCIATES, INC.

Jill Lanigan is the director of business development for Song + Associates, Inc., which provides architecture, planning and interior design services to both public entities and private clients. She is responsible for developing new client relationships and also serves as a client liaison throughout each project process. Prior to her role in business development, Lanigan was a senior project manager with Song + Associates. Her more than 23 years of experience in the South Florida area, where she’s worked with all regulatory agencies, enables her to efficiently map and manage the complex regulatory and compliance issues of today’s projects. Lanigan studied architecture at the University of Miami including a study-abroad program in Venice, Italy. A native of South Florida, she has a strong commitment to the local ecology and is keenly aware of the impacts of development on our natural ecosystems. She has proudly dedicated her time to restoration efforts and sensible urban planning. Lanigan is involved with the Palm Beach State College STEAM program and the Women’s Leadership Initiative for the Urban Land Institute.

David M. Layman

GREENBERG TRAURIG, P.A.

David Layman is a shareholder in the Real Estate Practice Group of the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig, which has more than 2,000 lawyers in 38 offices worldwide. He has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 2010, and Best Lawyers named him “West Palm Beach Lawyer of the Year” in the field of real estate law in 2016 and 2010. Layman offers legal counsel and advice in the areas of real estate development, investment, condominium structuring and land use regulations. He serves on the board of HomeSafe, where, as board president in 2008, he received the Pro Bono Award for Non-Profit Law from the Legal Aid Society for his work with HomeSafe’s abused and neglected children. Layman also has been a member of the board of St. George’s Center, Inc., which provides more than 100,000 meals a year to the homeless in Riviera Beach. He is an honors graduate of the University of Florida and its Levin College of Law, where he was chief tax editor of the Law Review and vice president of Florida Blue Key.

Kimberly Lea

KEISER UNIVERSITY

Kimberly Lea serves as the campus president of Keiser University, Florida’s Career University. Lea’s role is to develop and manage the West Palm Beach campus to ensure the quality delivery of educational services, and to develop community relations. She also monitors and manages the operating budget for the campus, in addition to revenue goals, and she manages all aspects of staffing, including hiring, coaching, training and supervising new and existing personnel. She earned her B.S. in Business Education from Shippensburg University and her MBA from Florida Atlantic University. Lea has worked locally in higher education as a faculty member and administrator prior to joining Keiser University in 2006 as an academic dean. She lives in Jupiter with her husband and their four children. She is active with several chambers of commerce in South Florida and volunteers locally with several organizations, including Workforce Alliance, Leadership Palm Beach County, the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, YMCA of Palm Beach County and Executive Women of the Palm Beaches.

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Greg E. Leach

HOSPICE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY FOUNDATION/TRUSTBRIDGE

As president and CEO, Leach is responsible for conducting fundraising activities for annual support, memorial gifts, special projects, endowments and deferred giving. He leads the fundraising efforts for Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation and Hospice by the Sea Foundation as well as Hospice of Broward County Foundation. He serves on several nonprofit and local advisory committees, including chairman of the governing board of Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, past chairman of the Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, board member and past chairman of the PGA Corridor Association, and a member of the advisory board of directors of BB&T Corporation for the Palm Beach County region. He is also past chairman of the Greater Southeast Affiliate of the American Heart Association, where he served on the National Board of Directors. A former banker with more than 25 years of experience, Leach holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Western Kentucky University and is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking of the South at LSU.

Gary S. Lesser

LESSER, LESSER, LANDY & SMITH, PLLC

Gary S. Lesser is the firm’s Managing Partner and has handled numerous high-profile cases, focusing on personal injury cases, including automobile injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, product injury, premises liability and other related injury cases. He was born in West Palm Beach in 1967 and attended George Washington University, where he graduated with a B.A. in International Affairs. He was named to the Dean’s List and served as President Pro Tempore of the Student Senate. Lesser attended University of Miami School of Law, earning his Juris Doctorate. His grandfather, Joseph Lesser, founded the firm in 1927, and Gary has continued the firm’s tradition of community involvement. He serves on the Florida Bar Board of Governors, and has also served as the Chair of the Florida Bar Professional Ethics Committee and the Advertising Committee. Lesser also served as the Chair of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Professionalism Committee and Chair of the Business & Professions Division of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County.

Wendy Sartory Link

WENDY SARTORY LINK, PLLC

Wendy Link is the CEO of Wendy Sartory Link, PLLC, a highly respected law firm that is known for its commercial and business representation. Wendy was previously the Managing Partner of Ackerman, Link & Sartory, P.A. Practice areas of the Firm include Real Estate, Banking and Finance, General Business Transactions, and Title Insurance. The Firm also has a Business Consulting division, focusing on strategic planning and leadership education. She has been named one of the Top Lawyers in South Florida by the South Florida Legal Guide since 2001 and in Best Lawyers of America since 2009. She is Past Chair of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach State College Board of Trustees, and Florida Healthy Kids. Wendy is also a Past Chair of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. She received her B.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her J.D. from Duke University.

Tara McCoy

GOOD SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER Tara McCoy is chief executive officer at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Prior to this appointment, Tara spent the last five years as a service line administrator for Tenet’s Florida Region, now part of the Coastal Division. Tara first joined Tenet from Cleveland Clinic in Weston.  There she served as the administrator of physician practices and outpatient services.  She also worked for HCA as the company’s East Florida Division’s director of operations improvement.  Tara received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Tulane University and her Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of South Florida. 

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Amanda Millman

JOE DIMAGGIO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

Amanda Millman is the Director of Business Development, Palm Beach for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. Amanda has been with the Memorial Healthcare System for two years and recently accepted this position spearheading the business development efforts for the hospital’s brand new 30,000 square foot outpatient specialty center opening in Fall, 2018 in Wellington, FL.  Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital is one of the region’s leading pediatric hospitals, offering a comprehensive scope of healthcare services and programs in a child-friendly atmosphere.  They treat minor illnesses, trauma-related accidents and some of the most complex medical conditions.   Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital combines advanced technology with the expertise of the largest, most diverse group of board-certified pediatric specialists in the region.

Jaene Miranda

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

Jaene Miranda was appointed president & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County in August of 2013. Founded in 1971, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County is a not-for profit youth development organization dedicated to promoting the educational, vocational, health, leadership and character of boys and girls in a safe, nurturing environment. The Clubs provide more than a safe, fun and constructive alternative to being home alone—they offer a variety of award-winning developmental programs to help youth build skills, self-esteem and values during critical periods of growth. The 13 Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Palm Beach County serve more than 8,000 children ages 6-18. A graduate of the University of Miami, Miranda came to Boys & Girls Clubs following a corporate marketing career that included work as regional marketing manager for Miller Brewing Company and national vice president of brand management at Rexall Sundown. In 2006, she was named CEO of the Palms West Chamber of Commerce. Miranda has been a resident of Wellington for the past 21 years.

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Dino Morra

C3 CLOUD COMPUTING CONCEPTS

Dino a Floridian Native raised here in South Florida. He began his career in 1992 with AT&T where he was recognized twice as a Leaders Council winner for creating long-term strategic partnerships with Fortune 500 Enterprise, Healthcare, Education and Government clients. In 1999, he joined US LEC and led the explosive sales growth in the Southeast as Regional VP of Sales where he oversaw more than 300 sales professionals.  He continued with the organization for an additional 6 years after the acquisition by Paetec, and later Windstream, before joining Atlantic Broadband as their Director of Enterprise Sales. Dino is now the Vice President for C3 Cloud Computing Concepts in Delray. Dino and his family live in Palm Beach Gardens today and they enjoy boating, working out and fishing. His family also enjoys volunteering time to the Habitat for Humanity and other charitable causes.

Penny Murphy

PIONEER LINENS

Penny Murphy is the president of Pioneer Linens, which is located on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach. This luxury linen and home accessories store is a third-generation family business serving the community for more than 100 years. Murphy is a West Palm Beach native who received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., and her master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College in Boston. After 10 years of teaching, Murphy joined her father, George Greenberg, to work with him at the store. She took over the business in 2007 when he passed away. Murphy has participated in many organizations including The Red Cross Designer Show House, The Forum Club of the Palm Beaches, The Norton Museum and Executive Women of the Palm Beaches. In 2012, Murphy received the Small Business Person of the Year Award from the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. She lives in West Palm Beach with her husband Alan Murphy. Their three children, Alan, Jr., Marissa and Camille, also work in the business.

Claudia L. Murphy

CENTERSTATE BANK

Claudia Murphy is a commercial loan officer and relationship manager with CenterState Bank, a commercial community bank that currently operates more than 70 banking centers and four loan production offices in the state of Florida. Murphy has been in the financial services industry for more than 20 years, with experience in C & I and real estate lending, credit, special assets and portfolio management for employers including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, PNC, BB&T and Seacoast Bank. Her professional experience has a strong emphasis on business development using a consultative sales approach, and she constantly strives to enhance her education in order to competitively add value in an ever-changing field. Murphy received her Master of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University. She is a member of Commercial Real Estate Women, Realtors’ Commercial Alliance of the Palm Beaches, Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives and the Economic Forum, and is a 2015 graduate of Leadership West Palm Beach. She currently serves as a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

Bill Newgent

CITY VOICE PODCAST

A longtime West Palm Beach resident, Bill Newgent hosts, produces, and publishes weekly episodes of the City Voice Podcast. On City Voice he talks to people ranging from the Mayor of West Palm Beach to business and local neighborhood leaders. The focuses on people and efforts that are or could shape our city and region. Newgent was a News/Talk Show Producer throughout the 1990’s. Focusing on local, national, and international Political news and analysis, he worked daily with local, state, and national political figures and issues. The show Newgent produced was voted “One of The Most Important Talk Shows in America” three times. The City Voice Podcast has been a return to those broadcast roots. “Giving a voice, building consensus, finding solutions and deepening understanding of issues that serve the community where I live have always been a passion of mine”, says Newgent. “With the help of fellow citizens, this is what I commit to do with the City Voice Podcast.” www.WPBCityVoice.com

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Carey O’Donnell O’DONNELL AGENCY

Carey O’Donnell has more than 25 years of experience in strategic marketing, public relations, branding and journalism, acquired over the course of her career in the USA, Canada and Western Europe. Her firm offers integrated advertising, design, public relations and digital media services. It is ranked by revenue among Florida’s top ten PR agencies, and has offices in West Palm Beach, Sarasota and New York. O’Donnell’s talented team is widely known for high-impact programs of work, and the firm has earned dozens of industry awards regionally and nationally. A multilingual marketing strategist and features writer, O’Donnell is an accomplished public speaker who has lived in four countries. She is vice-chair of the board of directors of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County and chaired the board of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches in 2011. O’Donnell also sits on the Board of Governors of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County.

Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, Ph.D., has served as Vice President Advancement and Community Relations at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) since August 1, 2013. Dr. O’Flannery Anderson provides leadership for NSU’s Office of Advancement and Community Relations. Her department is responsible for NSU’s efforts regarding community engagement and support, including all advancement, fundraising activities, alumni relations, special events and community relations. She is focused on raising the profile of NSU, growing support for the university, and engaging with the institution’s constituents. Dr. O’Flannery Anderson is involved in numerous community initiatives and organizations. She is Board Chair and an executive committee member of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance and Vice President of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches, and a board member at the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. Most recently, she received the ATHENA Leadership Award, which honors an individual for professional excellence, community service, and for actively assisting women in their attainment of professional excellence and leadership skills.  She has resided in Fort Lauderdale for more than 18 years and lives there with her husband, Peter Anderson.

Emily M. O’Mahoney

GENTILE GLAS HOLLOWAY O’MAHONEY & ASSOCIATES

Emily M. O’Mahoney, ASLA, LEED®AP BD+C, partner, Gentile Glas Holloway O’Mahoney & Associates, has been a registered landscape architect in private practice since 1980. She designs award-winning projects from single-family residences and parks to mixed-use new urbanism development, with emphases on the details that make a space successful. As the American Society of Landscape Architects’ (ASLA) trustee of the Florida Chapter, as well as its past president and past education chair, O’Mahoney has been responsible for the programming and growth of the education committee, specifically working with the Landscape Architect Registration Examination (L.A.R.E.) review, which provides for continuing education. Since 2009 she has co-authored and taught accessibility courses for Florida based on the Florida Building Code, a more restrictive version of the ADA Guidelines and an accessibility course for landscape architects nationally. O’Mahoney actively spearheads and participates in advocacy for the profession, specifically removing barriers to practice as found in state agency rules. She graduated top of her class from the University of Florida with a BLA in Landscape Architecture.

Harvey E. Oyer III SHUTTS & BOWEN, LLP

Harvey E. Oyer, III is a partner in the law firm of Shutts & Bowen LLP, an adjunct professor of law at the University of Miami School of Law, and an adjunct professor at the Florida Atlantic University Honors College. He is a fifth-generation native Floridian and served for seven years as chairman of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. He also served as 2013 chair of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, a director of the Palm Beach Area Chapter of the American Red Cross and a director of the Palm Beach Community College Foundation. Oyer is a noted writer and lecturer on topics ranging from law, history and archaeology to international laws regarding antiquities trafficking and cultural property protection. He holds degrees in Economics, Archaeology and Law, and has worked in various parts of the world as an underwater archaeologist. He is a member of the Explorers Club and served as a captain in the United States Marine Corps. One of his hobbies is writing children’s books.

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John L. Parkinson IV

HILTON WEST PALM BEACH

John L. Parkinson is the general manager of Hilton West Palm Beach, which opened in January 2016. Parkinson previously held the position of general manager for DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Orlando in Lake Buena Vista, the only all-suite Downtown Disney® hotel located inside Walt Disney World Resort®. In his capacity at Hilton West Palm Beach, Parkinson oversees operations for the contemporary, new-build 400-room hotel located in the heart of West Palm Beach and connected to the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Parkinson currently sits on the board of directors for Discover the Palm Beaches, the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association, the Palm Beach County Hotel & Lodging Association and the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce. Most recently, he was included in Connect magazine’s 40 under 40 list in 2016; received Hilton’s General Manager Leadership in Excellence Award; and was on the cover of Facilities & Destinations magazine’s winter 2015-2016 issue. Parkinson graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan College, where he was an All-American baseball player with a B.S. in Business Administration.

F. Martin Perry

PERRY & TAYLOR, P.A.

Martin Perry is the founding member of the law firm Perry & Taylor, P.A. He has extensive experience in major real estate transactions, land use and zoning, and land development. His other practice areas include appellate practice, arbitration, constitutional law, construction, government contracts and transportation. Serving clients since 1966 from their law office in Palm Beach Gardens, Perry & Taylor’s two staff attorneys have more than 60 combined years of experience practicing law in Florida. Outside the courtroom, Perry has served on the boards of numerous organizations, including the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, the Law Enforcement Assistance Foundation, the Pine Jog Environmental Center, Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County and the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority. Rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell for his high ethical standards and professional ability, Perry received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami and his B.A. from Alleghany and Gannon colleges in Pennsylvania.

Will Pike

PIKE CORPORATION

William N. Pike currently serves as a Director of Operations in the Pike Corporation’s Florida division. The Pike Corporation was founded by Floyd S. Pike in 1945 and provides a suite of construction and engineering services to electric and gas utilities across the nation. Currently, Mr. Pike is the first of the fourth-generation Pike family members to hold a full-time position at the Company. Prior to officially joining Pike in 2017, Mr. Pike served as an Associate at Anchor Capital Management, a Raleigh-based investment management company, where his role focused on evaluating potential investment opportunities. Mr. Pike graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia. Outside of his professional responsibilities, Mr. Pike is an avid outdoorsman and remains actively involved with the University of Virginia.

Steve Politziner

ESPN WEST PALM / GOOD KARMA BRANDS

Steve Politziner is the President of Good Karma Brands, which locally includes ESPN West Palm’s assets of ESPN 106.3, ESPN Deportes 760, the Boca Raton Bowl and ESPN on WPTV NewsChannel 5. In 2003, he moved to West Palm Beach to lead the acquisition of ESPN 760. At the time, West Palm Beach was the largest market in the country without a sports radio station and Politziner served in both on-air and management roles. Under Politziner’s leadership, ESPN 760 has become ESPN West Palm. He has been honored as one of South Florida Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40,” and he received the Lois Kwasman Community MVP by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission. Politziner serves on the Orange Bowl Committee, the Board of Directors of the Honda Classic and the Palm Beach County Sports Commission Board of Directors, and is a member of the Business Development Board. He was honored as the 2015 Small Business Person of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and CEO of the Year by the South Florida Business Journal.

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Michael J. Pumo WPEC-TV CBS12 NEWS

Michael Pumo is the general manager of CBS12 Television, CBS12.com, CBS12 Mobile and the CBS12 social media networks. During his 34 years in television, from on-air talent to sales to general manager, he has brought a range of station and media management experience, which is fueling CBS12’s rapid growth on all four screens since his arrival in January 2012. Previously, Pumo was the general manager of the NBC station WFLA-TV in Tampa and has led stations in South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin. He currently serves as the television chairman for the Florida Association of Broadcasters Executive Committee and has been on the board since 2007. He is also a trustee with the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and a board member of United Way of Palm Beach County. A graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a B.A. in Speech Communications, Pumo is blessed with a son, Alex, a senior at the University of South Florida, and a daughter, Bella, a senior in high school.

Gopal Rajegowda RELATED COMPANIES

Gopal Rajegowda is a senior vice president at Related Companies and a managing partner of Related UrbanSoutheast, a development platform focused on sourcing, developing and managing best-in-class mixed-use properties within the southeastern United States. Rajegowda joined Related in 2004, and manages all aspects of mixed-use real estate acquisition and development, including financial analysis, deal structuring, partner negotiations, financing, and project and asset management. His experience includes multiple mixed-use hospitality developments, including the W South Beach in Miami Beach and the Cosmopolitan Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, where he directed the programming, development and grand opening of the food and beverage and retail. Most recently, he led the development of the Hilton West Palm Beach. Rajegowda is passionate about developing successful destinations that bring forth the vitality of urban locales by combining world-class architecture, urban planning, dynamic shopping, restaurants, entertainment, offices and residences. He holds an M.A. in Real Estate Development from Columbia University and a B.A. in Mathematics from Cornell University. He currently resides in West Palm Beach.

Richard Rampell

MBAF, LLC, CPAS AND ADVISORS

Richard Rampell is the managing partner of the Palm Beach office of Morrison Brown Argiz and Farra (MBAF), LLC, CPAs and Advisors, a certified public accounting firm with 13 offices worldwide. Rampell has more than 35 years of continuous experience in providing comprehensive services to a wide array of clients, including a specialization in large real estate and financial organizations. He has authored numerous articles on accounting and tax matters. He has written a weekly column for the Wall Street Journal entitled “By the Books,” and he co-authored Tax Aspects of Divorce in Florida, published by the National Business Institute, Inc. Rampell is a trustee of the National Public Radio, Inc. Foundation, and he graduated from Princeton University with honors (A.B.) and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (M.B.A.). Richard’s daughter Catherine is an Op-Ed columnist for the Washington Post and a frequent commentator on the various cable news stations. His son Alex is one of eight general partners at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (funders of companies like Lyft and AirBnB).

Richard Reikenis

REIKENIS & ASSOCIATES, LLC

Richard Reikenis is responsible for business development and infrastructure program management on behalf of Reikenis & Associates’ clients in Florida and elsewhere. In addition to meeting the needs of municipal and private-sector clients in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast, he has also been responsible for significant project development in Central and Eastern Europe, the Near East, Central America, the Caribbean and Africa. His team is focused on providing the best combination of technically superior and financially responsible solutions to meet client needs. In 1983 he joined with a group of friends and colleagues to start SunFest, and served on the SunFest Board of Directors until 19 85. He served as city commissioner of West Palm Beach from 1985 to 1989, and as mayor from 1987 to 1988. He also served on the governing board of the Palm Beach County Solid Waste Authority and the Florida League of Cities Executive Board. From 1990 to 1992, he served as president of Adopt-a-Family of Palm Beach County, helping the organization earn one of President George H. W. Bush’s Points of Light in 1992.

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Robert F. Rennebaum P.E.

SIMMONS AND WHITE, INC.

Robert F. Rennebaum, P.E. is the President of Simmons and White, Inc., a West Palm Beach engineering firm performing civil and traffic engineering services.  He and his Partners Tad Rowe, Greg Bolen, Kyle Duncan and their staff of 20 engineers provide comprehensive land development consulting to both private and public sector clients throughout Florida and the Southeastern United States.  Rennebaum has been a dedicated advocate for the engineering profession, the Florida Engineering Society, and the encouragement of young professionals to be active participants in both their profession and their community. A graduate of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, Rennebaum is a registered professional engineer in the Sates of Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina and is a US Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional.  Aside from his professional work, he has been recognized for his contributions to his hometown of North Palm Beach, having served on the Planning and Zoning Commission, numerous volunteer boards, and as an elected official as Councilman and Mayor Pro Tem.  Rob is a “Gator Spouse” to his wife of 25 years Deanna, a “Gator Dad” to his daughter Megan, and in his free time enjoys boating, water sports, travel and the outdoors with his family.

Patrick J. Rooney

PALM BEACH KENNEL CLUB

Patrick J. Rooney Jr. is President of the Palm Beach Kennel Club. Rooney graduated from Clemson University with a BFA in Political Science, went to Villanova University School of Law for his Juris Doctor and earned his MBA from Lehigh University. Rooney serves as a Director for the APPBC, Founding Board Member for Potentia Academy, and Director for Rooney’s Golf Foundation, Inc. Patrick served in the Florida House (District 85) from 2010 to 2016. He served as Governing Board Member of South Florida Water Management District from 2007- 2010. He is a member of many organizations in Palm Beach County.

Rory V. Sanchez

SLPOWERS

Rory Sanchez is CEO and president of SLPowers, a more than 25-year-old IT consulting and professional services company specializing in storage, security and virtualization solutions, based in West Palm Beach, with offices in Atlanta, Nashville, New York City and Norwalk, Conn. Sanchez is responsible for the company’s strategic direction and high-level architecting of its award-winning managed IT and continuity platform, Guaranteed Networks, a comprehensive offering which has positioned SLPowers as a recognized leader in the managed IT and private cloud computing industry. Recent recognitions include Largest IT Consulting Firms in South Florida (Business Journal), Most Innovative Managed Services Providers (CRN magazine), Top 100 Healthcare Value Added Resellers (CRN) and Top 100 Managed Service Providers Worldwide (MSP Mentor). In 2007, Sanchez received an Industry Contribution Award from CompTIA (the Computing Technology Industry Association) for his work in bringing enterprise-class IT solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. He was selected as Small Business Person of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches in 2005.

Jon E. Schmidt

SCHMIDT NICHOLS

Mr. Jon Schmidt is an award winning Landscape Architect and LEED Accredited Professional. Jon originally founded Jon E. Schmidt & Associates in 2000, with a strong focus on landscape architecture and site planning. After a tremendous amount of growth within the firm's urban planning department, Jon E. Schmidt & Associates became Schmidt Nichols Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning in April 2017. On a daily basis, clients contact Jon for his expert analysis in implementing a plan for development opportunities with regard to historic preservation, transfer of development rights, and design standards for an economically viable project. Jon's expertise in all aspects of entitlement, due diligence, site analysis, design, master planning and public representation has been applied to a wide range of projects, such as mixed-use, equestrian, industrial, institutional and multi-family developments. Jon's community involvement is widespread throughout Palm Beach County. He sits on the Palm Beach County Planning Congress, as well as the Palm Beach County Development Review Officer Oversight Committee which is a group of professionals who assist staff in addressing code conflicts and making recommendations for the Zoning Review process. Jon also serves as a Trustee for the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and the South Florida Science Center.

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Greta Schulz

SCHULZ BUSINESS SELLUTIONS

Greta Schulz is the president and CEO of Schulz Training, which is based in West Palm Beach. She has been involved in sales, sales management, marketing and training for the past three decades. She is a national columnist of “SELLutions,” which has appeared in more than 30 business journals across the country, and is a contributing author of the New York Times best-seller Masters of Sales. Schulz has also written her own book, To Sell is NOT to Sell: Changing the Way the Sales Game is Played, which is currently in its second edition. Schulz Training works with a broad spectrum of clients, ranging from individual entrepreneurs and small family-owned and -operated businesses to large national corporations, helping them improve their sales processes and build their businesses on referrals. Schulz is also a noted motivational speaker, addressing large corporations and organizations around the nation. A business graduate of the University of Miami, Schulz is happily married with three children.

Joseph B. Shearouse, III

FIRST BANK OF THE PALM BEACHES

Joseph B. “Jay” Shearouse, III is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of First Bank of the Palm Beaches. Previously, Jay served for two years as President of National City Bank for Southeast Florida, and prior to that, he was Executive Vice President for Fidelity Federal Bank & Trust, where he had worked for over 28 years. As a third generation Floridian, Jay is very active in the community and serves as past Chairman of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Palm Beach County, the Board of Trustees of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, and the Board of Directors of Palm Healthcare Foundation. In the banking industry, Jay serves at the State level on the Board of Directors of the Florida Bankers Association and previously at the National level on the board of America’s Community Bankers. He was named “Florida Banker of the Year’ in 2006 by the Florida Bankers Association and in 2015 was a recipient of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Free Enterprise Award Companion Medal. Jay is a graduate of Florida State University, and with his wife Michelle, and their children Joseph IV and Eric, resides in Tequesta, FL.

John Smith

DUFFY’S SPORTS GRILL

John Smith is the assistant director of marketing for Duffy’s Sports Grill and executive director of the Duffy’s Foundation. Smith joined Duffy’s in 2004 and has held a variety of positions during his career. Currently, he oversees new store opening projects and the restaurant chain’s community outreach. Smith proudly served in U.S. Army and was awarded the City of West Palm Beach’s Hometown Hero Award in 2014. He holds the position of Vice President of the Palm Beach County Sports Commission and serves on the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. He is a councilmember of the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association and an advisory board member of the West Palm Beach Police Foundation. Smith volunteers with Southeast Florida Honor Flight, Special Olympics and several other organizations. He is a 2017 Leadership West Palm Beach graduate.

Ann Marie Sorrell THE MOSAIC GROUP

Ann Marie Sorrell is the president and CEO of The Mosaic Group, a full-service marketing, public relations and events management firm based in West Palm Beach. She manages the day-to-day operations, serves as project manager for many of the firm’s projects, and has managed more than 200 campaigns and clients ranging from budgets of $10,000 to $5 million. Sorrell is also the founder of MustAttend Events, Inc., an online events marketing and management software that offers deals on conferences and business, political and charitable events. She is also an adjunct professor at Palm Beach State College, where she teaches Entrepreneurship, Principles of Business and Human Relations. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Nova Southeastern University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Management from Florida A&M University. Sorrell currently serves as a board member for Paragon Florida and Girls II Women, and she is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is a graduate of Leadership Palm Beach County and is a current member of Leadership Florida’s Connect Florida Class VI.

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Keith Spina

GLIDDENSPINA + PARTNERS

Keith Spina, senior partner of GliddenSpina + Partners, joined the firm in 1991 and was named partner in 1995. Over the past two-plus decades, he has served as principal for a wide range of significant GS&P projects. As an architect, designer and firm administrator, Spina provides clients continuity from the initial contact throughout the design and development process, earning an exceptional reputation for his ability to build relationships that are both enduring and extend beyond the typical capacity. A LEED-accredited professional, Spina’s commitment to innovation and sustainability leads the firm’s pledge to provide design solutions which honor the environment and the quality of life for the people who use it. Furthermore, his approachable people and leadership skills consistently produce collaborative teams; inspired, award-winning projects; and excellent and enduring client relationships. His leadership extends beyond the office, where he is active in the local community. Spina currently serves on the City of West Palm Beach Planning Board and the Oakwood Center Board of Directors. He is also the current chair of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches.

Barbara Suflas Noble

MAX PLANCK FLORIDA FOUNDATION

Barbara Suflas Noble is president of the Max Planck Florida Foundation and also serves as vice president for advancement at the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI). In her role, Noble oversees all fundraising programs which support the institute’s scientific research as well as its education programs through private philanthropic support, and is instrumental in developing and implementing MPFI’s strategic plan for future growth, contributing to the scope of its external relations efforts. Noble was previously with The Scripps Research Institute as a member of the team that led the establishment of the La Jolla, California-based organization’s expansion into Florida. Prior to Scripps, she was president of BSN Enterprises, a consulting firm for nonprofit organizations, public service providers and governmental agencies. Noble’s civic contributions include president and founding board member of Western Academy Charter School; board chairman of the Citizen Advisory Council for the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County; board member of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches; and longtime member of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County.

Scott H. Sweigart

SWEIGART LAW GROUP

Scott H. Sweigart is an attorney at Sweigart Law Group, an AV-rated law firm whose practice areas include litigation, personal injury and wrongful death. He has been admitted to practice law in the state of Florida since 1994. Additionally, he has been admitted to practice before the federal courts for the Southern District of Florida and the bankruptcy court for the Southern District of Florida since 1995. Sweigart built his practice primarily on word-of-mouth among his clients and from trusted referrals from his colleagues in the legal profession. The firm is dedicated to providing superior client service and has earned a reputation for providing exceptional legal expertise to its clients. It is known for simplifying complex legal issues for its clients and for humanizing the oftentimes-impersonal legal environment. In addition to being a member of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, Scott Sweigart is a member of the Forum Club, the American Bar Association, the Palm Beach County Bar Association, the Florida Justice Association and the Justice Association of Palm Beach County.

John Templeton

TEMPLETON & COMPANY, LLP

John Templeton is an audit partner with Templeton & Company, a full-service certified public accounting and technology consulting services firm, where he leads its Audit and Accounting Services Division. He is an experienced provider of accounting, auditing and advisory services for private enterprises in a variety of industries including multifamily residential real estate, nonprofit, educational institutions, health care, agriculture, financial services, manufacturing and distribution. He is a hands-on professional who approaches each client with the goal of adding value and building long-term relationships. Templeton received his Master of Business Administration from Florida State University and his B.A. from Palm Beach Atlantic University. He is a member of the Construction Association of South Florida and previously served as a board member and treasurer for both the Community Land Trust of Palm Beach County and Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast.  His other professional and civic organizations include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts, and the Affordable Housing Association of Certified Public Accountants.

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Brian Terry WGI

As Vice President of Land Development, Brian oversees the Planning Division within the multi-disciplinary firm of WGI. Brian manages the planning and design of development projects for both Public and Private sector clients throughout the State of Florida. His experience includes all aspects of the land development process from due diligence and design through entitlements and construction on a diverse range of projects including residential, commercial, institutional, industrial, infill and redevelopment efforts. Brian is a Professional Landscape Architect (PLA) and LEED Accredited Professional who graduated from the University of Kentucky. Excited to be raising his family in Jupiter, Brian is committed to helping serve and grow the local community.

A.J. Titus

UNITED FRANCHISE GROUP

The son of Ray Titus, the founder and CEO of United Franchise Group, A.J. Titus is no stranger to franchising and business management. United Franchise Group, the Global Leader for Entrepreneurs, offers a broad range of industryleading franchise opportunities with 30 years of experience and 1,400 franchise locations in more than 70 countries. Brands include Signarama, Fully Promoted, Transworld Business Advisors, SuperGreen Solutions, Experimac, John Smith Subs and Venture X. As the Executive Vice President, A.J. drives the growth of all brands in terms of franchise sales, product development, and franchisee promotion. He graduated for Palm Beach Atlantic University with an International Business degree and from the University of Miami with an MBA. Through his many experiences in franchising, A.J. hopes to help entrepreneurs accomplish their dreams of owning a business. He resides in West Palm Beach with his wife Laura, and is proud to call it his hometown.

Ken Tuma

URBAN DESIGN KILDAY STUDIOS

Tuma is managing principal of Urban Design Kilday Studios, a land planning and landscape architecture firm in West Palm Beach, which he owns with his wife Wendy, the firm’s qualifying landscape architect. Tuma directs the firm’s major land planning and urban design projects. He is a graduate of Ohio State University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering, a B.S. in Agronomy and a Business Minor. Prior to taking the UDKS reins, Tuma served as VP of planning, engineering and development with WCI Communities, Inc. and held positions with Toll Brothers, Inc., Taylor Woodrow Communities and The Villages. His background in managing planning, land acquisitions and development spans more than 20 years, and he is widely known throughout the southeast, southwest and central regions of Florida. He has been a featured speaker on landuse topics for many organizations in South Florida. He sits on the board of Deaf Services Center of Palm Beach County and is active in other professional and civic organizations. He and Wendy have two young children.

Paul M. Twitty LEO A DALY

In 1968 Paul Twitty established his architectural firm, then known as Schwab & Twitty, in West Palm Beach. For more than 40 years, he has brought a wealth of comprehensive experience in architectural design and construction documentation detailing as well as management for a variety of complex project types, including office/commercial, educational, retail, religious and residential. Projects under his direction have earned wide recognition for excellence of architectural design throughout the Southeastern United States. Today, as vice president and executive director of the West Palm Beach office of Leo A Daly, he lends his expertise in the form of in-depth involvement in architectural programming and in critique of architectural and technical documentation for projects in which he assumes the role of principal-in-charge. Twitty received a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture, Design and City Planning at Georgia Institute of Technology. His civic affiliations include the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, the Economic Council of the Palm Beaches and the Urban Land Institute.

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Deanna Usiadek

PRATT & WHITNEY (A UNITED TECHNOLOGIES COMPANY)

Deanna Usiadek is communications manager for the Jupiter Pratt & Whitney campus. Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units. The company produced its first aircraft engine in 19 25, and today develops game-changing technologies for the future, such as the PurePowerÂŽ PW1000G engine, with patented Geared Turbofan engine technology. Pratt & Whitneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s large commercial engine maintenance, repair and overhaul network provides innovative services that add value and delight customers around the globe. Approximately 470 customers operate Pratt & Whitney large commercial engines in 121 countries, and the company employs approximately 33,500 employees worldwide. Usiadek joined Pratt & Whitney in 2000 in East Hartford, Conn., and moved to Florida to support the increasing growth of the company in Palm Beach County. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Albertus Magnus College in Connecticut. She now resides in Juno Beach.

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Liv E. Vesely

JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION

Liv E. Vesely serves as the President of Jupiter Medical Center Foundation and has over twenty years in nonprofit management experience. As President, she has built a first-rate development operation, achieving the highest philanthropic revenue levels in the medical center’s history. In less than three years, she has raised nearly $100 million, including a $25 million gift to develop a state-of-the-art Cancer Institute. Under her leadership, Jupiter Medical Center launched a $300 million campaign to raise funds for world-class health care across the region, and to fulfill the vision outlined in Jupiter Medical Center’s aggressive strategic plan. She has an Executive Master’s Degree in Public Health with a concentration in Healthcare Management from Columbia University in New York, as well as two other graduate degrees from New York University and the University of Kent in Canterbury, England. Liv and her family reside in Jupiter.

Richard J. Vymlatil

SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR & PBC EXPOSITIONS, INC.

Rick Vymlatil has served as President and CEO of the South Florida Fair & Palm Beach County Expositions, Inc. since July, 2004. He is responsible for every aspect of the fair and fairgrounds operations, and supervises a staff of 48 full time employees. Active in the Fair industry since 1982, he received his CFE (Certified Fair Executive) designation in 1998. He currently serves as Chairman of Board of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, a trade association for the fair industry serving over 1100 member fairs and expositions. He has also served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Florida Federation of Fairs from 1991 through 2000, and was elected as the Board’s President in 1999. He was inducted into the Florida Federation of Fairs Hall of Fame in 2003. Rick is also active in the Florida Festival and Events Association, serving as its Board Chair from 2005 – 2007. Rick is a Trustee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and the Palms West Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Historical/Centennial Committee of Palm Beach County.

Larry Wahl

ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE, INC.

Larry Wahl has been the vice president of communications and community outreach for the Orange Bowl since 2007. He has had a long career in sports publicity, starting with the New York Yankees during the Reggie Jackson-Billy Martin era. He then handled publicity for ABC Sports, including “Monday Night Football” and the Olympics. Wahl came to South Florida nearly 25 years ago and spent 12 years at the University of Miami, culminating as its senior associate athletic director, before moving on to Fort Lauderdale-based CBSSportsLine.com. He has also worked for the New York Jets and SportsChannel New York. Wahl has demonstrated administrative, managerial and leadership abilities across the public and private sectors, including the management of integrated marketing, public relations, investor relations and fundraising efforts. Wahl graduated from Ohio University with a Master of Education in Sports Administration and from Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Accounting. He has a natural love of sports, having grown up in Williamsport, Pa., home of the Little League Baseball World Series.

Rebecca Weiss

WEST PALM BEACH LIBRARY FOUNDATION

Rebecca Weiss is the executive director of the West Palm Beach Library Foundation, which raises funds to support and enhance the programs at the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach. Weiss, a resident of West Palm Beach, assumed the position following a 15-year corporate career at Microsoft and Oracle. She is a member of the Rotary Club of West Palm Beach and also volunteers with Adopt the Palm Beaches, the Women’s Foundation of Palm Beach County and the Presidential Women’s Center. Her extensive community involvement and activism extends to organizations such as Children’s Home Society, Bethesda by the Sea, the H.O.P.E. Project, Arc of the Palm Beaches, Potentials Charter Schools and the Flamingo Park Neighborhood Association. Weiss holds a double major in Operations Research and Information Systems and Marketing from Eastern Michigan University. The West Palm Beach Library Foundation, an independent nonprofit organization, supports programs and services at the Mandel Public Library while building and sustaining an endowment. The foundation seeks, advocates for and obtains financial support that the city’s operating budget cannot encompass.

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Wanda Whigham

HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP

Wanda Whigham practices in the areas of project finance and development, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance at Holland & Knight. Whigham focuses primarily on the acquisition, development and financing of major infrastructure facilities, with an emphasis on renewable energy facilities. In addition, a portion of her practice concentrates on public finance transactions. Whigham has a substantial background in assisting clients in all phases of project development, including permitting, engineering, procurement and construction agreements, vendor supply and sales agreements, joint venture arrangements and corporate governance matters. She also counsels corporate clients in connection with structured financing, private placements and other equity financing. Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Whigham practiced in the Miami office of Hogan Lovells, a global law firm. She has been a member of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, United Way of Palm Beach County and Leadership Palm Beach County. She attained her Juris Doctorate at the University of Miami School of Law and her Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of Miami School of Business.

Dr. Jean A. Wihbey

PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE

Jean A. Wihbey, Ph.D., Vice President of Workforce Development and Provost for Palm Beach State College’s Lake Worth campus. As the campus’ chief executive officer, she is responsible for the leadership and inspiration to 20,000 students and 2,100 faculty, staff and administrators. She offers a progressive academic vision and leadership that maintains a highly collaborative, student-centered environment. Dr. Wihbey believes in and enjoys community service and is actively involved in many county organizations. She is active in fund-raising events for education and support of the community where partnerships and alliances help everyone. Business and community connections are essential to college and student success. She works tirelessly in the college and community to be of service, open doors, and offer hope and opportunity through education for those seeking a better quality of life. To name a few, Dr. Wihbey has received the Executive Women’s 2017 Women In Leadership Award and the NPB Chamber’s Community Leader of the Year Award for her community involvement and commitment to excellence. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fairfield University, a Master of Science in Counseling from Southern Connecticut State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut in Educational Psychology.

William S. Williams

LYTAL, REITER, SMITH, IVEY AND FRONRATH William S. Williams is a partner at the personal injury law firm of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey and Fronrath. He limits his legal practice exclusively to wrongful death and personal injury cases from automobile and commercial trucking collisions, products liability, maritime, aviation, general negligence and legal malpractice cases throughout Florida and the United States. Williams graduated from Stetson University College of Law. He is admitted to all Florida courts as well as the U.S. Federal District Court for the Southern District of Florida. A board-certified civil trial attorney by the Florida Bar, he also served on the Board of Overseers at Stetson University College of Law, which is ranked as having the best trial practice program in America. Williams had his first million-dollar case before he was 30 years old. Among his numerous million-dollar verdicts, he obtained, at the time, the largest wrongful death verdict in the history of Alachua County, Fla., and the largest verdict in the history of Sumter County, Fla. He is a recipient of the Presidential Recognition Award for Leadership from the University of Florida.

Dr. Lisa Williams-Taylor

CHILDREN’S SERVICES COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Dr. Lisa Williams-Taylor is chief executive officer at Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County. As CEO, she oversees a wide range of prevention and early intervention services that help Palm Beach County’s children grow up heathy, safe and strong.  Last year, almost 128,000 local children and families benefited from CSC’s nearly 60 programs and numerous public education and outreach campaigns.  Prior to becoming CEO, Dr. Williams-Taylor served as chief program officer at the Council, overseeing the areas of knowledge management, system and program performance, and program operations.  In that role, she was responsible for strategic planning.  Dr. Williams-Taylor has extensive experience working with local, state and national policymakers to build evidence-based systems of care.  She has written more than 25 publications.  Prior to focusing on early childhood intervention, Dr. Williams-Taylor studied research and evaluation in the areas of education, addiction, mental health and criminal justice.  She holds a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice, as well as a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Criminal Justice. 

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Justin B. Wright

INTECH INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LLC

Justin Wright, J.D., is senior vice president, chief operating officer and general counsel of INTECH, an equity portfolio construction company owned by Janus Capital Group. In operation since 1987, INTECH uses mathematics to construct portfolios with the potential to generate returns greater than the benchmark with less risk, or market-like returns with significantly less risk than a capitalization-weighted index. Wright has worked for INTECH since 2005 and is responsible for all legal and compliance matters for the firm. He graduated from Brigham Young University, magna cum laude, with honors and received his law degree from Harvard Law School in 1997. Wright joined INTECH from Janus Capital Group Inc., where he most recently served as assistant vice president and associate counsel, primarily responsible for institutional products. Prior to his employment at Janus, he practiced law at the law firm of Greenberg Traurig, as well as serving as a law clerk for Charles E. Jones, chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.

Melissa S. Zinkil AKERMAN LLP

Melissa Zinkil is a partner in the West Palm Beach office of Akerman LLP, a leading transactions and trial law firm with 24 offices across the United States. Zinkil focuses her practice on counseling management regarding compliance with applicable federal, state and local employment laws, and advocating for employers in litigating labor, employment and complex commercial disputes in both state and federal court. She has significant experience defending employers with regard to claims brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII, the Florida Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the Florida Private Whistleblower Act. Zinkil was listed as an “Up & Comer” for Labor & Employment in Florida Trend’s Legal Elite from 2013 through 2015 and as a “Rising Star” for Employment & Labor and General Litigation in Super Lawyers magazine from 2009 through 2013. She has been co-chair of the South Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Committee since 2012 and served on the Chamber’s board of directors from 2013 to 2015.

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ireworks burst in the air as running shoes pounded the pavement in December 2017 during the triumphant return of the FITTEAM Palm Beaches Marathon. After a two-year hiatus, the cherished race once operated by the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches resumed on the streets of West Palm Beach in its biggest, splashiest and most edifying event to date. More than 1,300 runners participated in the full or half-marathons on Dec. 3, with Samuel Luttier finishing in first place in the men’s division and Tori Fulkroad topping the field among women. But crossing the finish line was only part of the satisfaction. Thanks to a new ownership group and a new title sponsor, the FITTEAM Palm Beaches Marathon expanded its offerings to a three-day weekend of activities. It started Dec. 1 with the Bill Bone 5k, a casual warm-up race sponsored by a Chamber of Commerce Trustee. Sandi, the city’s beloved sand-constructed Christmas tree, provided the stunning backdrop. As night fell, skyrockets crackled over the West Palm Beach skyline for the first of two consecutive evenings of fireworks displays. Prior to the 5k, and continuing on Dec. 2, a

health and fitness expo on Clematis Street connected runners and wellness advocates with exciting new products. Also on Dec. 2, rockers Sister Hazel performed a free concert on the waterfront. Innovations continued throughout the marathon itself, which wended through the town of Palm Beach for the first time. Additionally, charities and homeowners’ associations supplemented the runners’ experience with 16 “Wacky Water Stations,” entertaining and hydrating the athletes along the route. With an event this special, it’s no surprise that a Burlington, Vermont man chose the FITTEAM Palm Beaches Marathon to propose to his future wife after both crossed the finish line. These enhancements arrived courtesy of the event’s new owner, K2 Sports Ventures, run by local athletics impresario and Honda Classic Executive Director Ken Kennerly, and its new title sponsor, FITTEAM. The Palm Beach Gardens-based healthy lifestyle company produces protein powders and all-natural beverages perfect for both the marathon runner and the everyday consumer. In a press release prior to the race, Kennerly said, “We are excited to add FITTEAM as the title sponsor of The Palm Beaches Marathon team, which is creating a special weekend running experience. There is a great synergy between FITTEAM and our event. They are a company all about wellness, and that matches what running in a marathon, half-marathon, 5k and other races is all about.” Known for its stunning waterfront views and scenic course, the event attracts runners from all over the country and drives a meaningful and growing economic impact for Palm Beach County. “I have always admired the Palm Beaches Marathon, and visualized it through the years as an event that could grow to become a prominent fixture in this community, much in the way that the Honda Classic has evolved,” Kennerly said. For more of the 2017 results, and information on the 2018 edition of the FITTEAM Palm Beaches Marathon, visit palmbeachesmarathon.com.

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A well-educated, accomplished workforce is one of Palm Beach County’s top business advantages. The region’s schools, colleges and universities have aligned their programs to meet the workforce needs of the region. As Ava Parker, president of Palm Beach State College (PBSC), says, “State colleges should be economic engines for our communities. We have a responsibility

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A DYNAMIC CITY In the heart of the county is West Palm Beach, a vibrant city with an appealing work-live-play lifestyle that includes the Clematis Street district and CityPlace, an entertainment and shopping destination. One of the city’s office landmarks is CityPlace Tower, a 300,000-square-foot Class-A office building whose tenants include Marcum, Regions Bank, law firms

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Shutts & Bowen and Carlton Fields, and Cleveland Clinic’s Florida Health and Wellness Center. A key City of West Palm Beach initiative is the Flagler Financial District, a new branding program for a section of the city that is already home to numerous banks and financial firms. The goal is to ensure that hedge funds, private equity firms and other service companies find a welcoming business setting in the city. All Aboard Florida is inaugurating the first leg of it Brightline high-speed express rail service this year. Commuters, families and visitors can ride from Brightline’s centrally located downtown West Palm Beach station to Fort Lauderdale. Service to downtown Miami is scheduled to begin later this year, followed by a northern track to Orlando Regional Airport in 2019. Another major asset is the Palm Beach County Convention Center, which features a 100,000-square-foot exhibit hall, a 25,000square-foot ballroom and 23,000 square feet of flexible breakout space. Next door is the Hilton West Palm Beach, which caters to business and leisure visitors. “We have the dynamic offerings for serious business, world-class beaches and vibrant nightlife anchored by a first-class airport,” says John L. Parkinson, general manager, Hilton West Palm Beach. “The outlook for our visitor sector is very positive.” West Palm Beach is also known for its thriving arts and cultural environment. “The Kravis Center serves as a gateway to downtown West Palm Beach and has become a true economic catalyst that boosts travel and tourism to our community,” says Judy Mitchell, CEO, noting that Palm Beach County is recognized by the state of Florida as Florida’s Cultural Capital. “While we at the Kravis Center celebrated our silver anniversary last year, we renewed our commitment to present the gold standard of excellence in the performing arts. Silver anniversary, gold standard—perfect!”

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Agriculture More than 500,000 acres in the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) are dedicated to production, and Palm Beach County is one of the nation’s leading producers of cane sugar and sweet corn, accounting for approximately 75 percent of the commercial sugarcane acreage in Florida and 75 percent of the total harvested sugarcane tonnage in Florida. Agriculture generates more than $2 billion annually to Palm Beach County’s economy, primarily through the production of sugarcane and the processing of raw sugar and winter vegetables. Overall, Palm Beach is the largest agricultural county in Florida and the eighth largest in the United States. “When one hears ‘Palm Beach County,’ it may often elicit scenes of palm trees and beaches, but what many may not realize is [that the county] is a powerhouse when it comes to agricultural production, not just as a leader in the state of Florida but also in the

nation,” says Evelyn Hopkins, corporate counsel, Florida Crystals. “Our county’s agricultural community has a proud heritage of farming and is committed to providing high-quality jobs, investing in the hometown economy and producing premium locally grown foods for our neighbors.” Aviation/Aerospace Palm Beach County is home to several of the nation’s leading aviation and aerospace companies, including United Technologies, Aerojet Rocketdyne and Lockheed Martin, which acquired Sikorsky Aircraft in 2015. Aligned under the Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training (MST) business segment, Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, is developing and testing its latest helicopters on its 6,800-acre campus in northern Palm Beach County. Its facilities include a 60,000square-foot hanger for its development programs and a 45,000-square-foot hangar for

production work on its international Black Hawk line. Reflecting the company’s global customer base, Sikorsky’s West Palm Beach team hosted leading German aerospace companies in July to discuss the new Marine CH-53K King Stallion helicopter and the German Air Force “Schwerer Transporthubschrauber” (STH) Program. Communications In the communications sector, Palm Beach County is home to a wide variety of media services and providers, including the

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daily Palm Beach Post newspaper and broadcast stations WPTV (Channel 5), WPEC (Channel 12), WPBF-TV (Channel 25), WFLX (Fox 29 ) and WBWP-TV (Channel 57). The region’s businesses also benefit from a full array of mobile communications services, broadband connections and networking solutions. “The Palm Beach market is home to some of the most powerful companies in the communications industry, providing businesses, consumers and users top-quality, up-to-the-second information on all screens,” says Michael J. Pumo, general manager for CBS-12 and Sinclair Television in West Palm Beach. “Our communication companies produce daily content, keep us informed and safe every day and provide strategic digital and commercial solutions helping to keep our business community connected to customers.” Construction Palm Beach County is enjoying a boom in both commercial and residential construction, from urban infill projects to new suburbs and business parks. “We are a community geared for growth,” says Monica Manolas, vice president, human resources, communications and public affairs, CEMEX Construction Materials Florida LLC, which recently launched its new digital platform called CEMEX Go. “Cemex is committed to the Palm Beaches and excited about improving the customer experience through technology.” For nearly four decades, Hedrick Brothers Construction has built some of the

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most iconic landmarks, innovative office buildings, high-performance industrial complexes and stunning residences throughout the Palm Beaches, says Dale R. Hedrick, founder and president. “Our versatile team is currently building luxury residences, country clubs, automobile dealerships and commercial projects. The future is bright for the construction sector based on the continued growth, development and vision of our community leaders.” Residential construction firms include GL Homes, which has a strong presence in Palm Beach County and ranks as the fifthlargest private homebuilder in the nation according to Builder magazine’s Builder 100. “There has been a steady increase in housing starts in Palm Beach County over the last few years, and the market is still strong,” says Sarah Alsofrom, director of community relations, GL Homes. “We look forward to continuing our upward trend in the coming years.” Engineering, Land Planning and Design Engineering, land planning and design firms support new investment and development throughout the region. “We are seeing very strong interest in all sectors of development including residential, commercial, industrial and civic uses,” says Jon Schmidt, president, Schmidt Nichols, a landscape architecture firm that provides landscape design, consulting and land planning services. The firm’s recent projects include Drive Shack, a $20+ million, 12-acre

golf course entertainment center near Palm Beach International Airport. Keith Spina, senior partner, GliddenSpina + Partners, agrees that the volume of projects in the Palm Beaches is picking up momentum, increasing the need for experienced architects, engineers and urban planners. “There are many opportunities for businesses looking to establish an office in the West Palm Beach area,” he says. “All the developments in and around the city will add value to future businesses in some way.” Spina adds that the firm was honored with the ABC Architect of the Year Award 2017 and named the West Palm Beach Green Business of the Year. “We are continually finding ways to enhance our company and culture as we grow,” he says. “We are relentless about the pursuit of great design, which can shape a workplace culture and inspire collaboration.”   Financial Services With an affluent business and population base, Palm Beach County has enjoyed a strong financial services sector for many decades. The region’s banks, brokerage companies, insurers, investment managers and wealth management firms cater to successful individuals, families and businesses. Key service providers range from global financial institutions to community banks and smaller professional firms that focus on personal services. In the past few years, many leading hedge funds and private equity firms have moved operations from the Northeast to the


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West Palm Beach area. That migration is expected to continue in 2018, as new players join the region’s well-established financial services community. Health Care Palm Beach County is known for its high-quality health care system populated by skilled providers throughout the region. Tenet Healthcare has five hospitals in the area that span the entire county, including Good Samaritan Medical Center, a 333-bed hospital that has been providing medical care to the region for nearly a century. In addition, world-renowned Cleveland Clinic Florida—West Palm Beach has an imaging center and dedicated diagnostic area at CityPlace Tower, providing access to specialists in internal medicine, neurology, orthopedics, spine, pulmonary, colorectal and heart services. St. Mary’s Medical Center is a 460-bed Tenet Healthcare hospital founded in 1938, whose special services include a Level 1 trauma center, high-risk obstetrical unit, rehabilitation institute and the only dedicated children’s hospital between Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. “In 2017, we opened a new pediatric specialty surgical unit at the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, a new neuro stepdown unit and hosted a groundbreaking for a $10 million expansion of our level I trauma center,” says Gabrielle Finley-Hazle, CEO. “In 2018, the trauma expansion will be completed along with renovation and expansion of the Birthplace Suites. Plans are in development for a brain

injury specialty program as well as a Marfan Syndrome clinic. All of these enhancements are designed to continue to better serve our community – We Heal for You!” Palm Beach County has also become a healthcare destination offering the highest levels of care.    For example, the worldrenowned Paley Orthopedic and Spine Institute is located on the St. Mary hospital campus, providing limb deformity correction to patients from all over the world. Life Sciences Palm Beach County has emerged as a key player in the life sciences sector, attracting two world-renowned research institutes—Scripps Florida and the Max Planck Florida Institute—to the Jupiter campus of Florida Atlantic University. “Scripps and Max Planck are leading the transformation of Palm Beach County,” says Kelly Smallridge, president and CEO of the county’s Business Development Board. “We are moving to an economy based on innovation—a community where math, science, technology and entrepreneurship come together to create long-term growth and development.” “Here at the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, we are committed to innovative research to deepen our understanding of the central nervous system, thus enabling the discovery of better treatments for neurological and psychiatric disorders,” says Barbara Noble, president, Max Planck Florida Foundation. “MPFI finds the region an international gateway supporting research and collaborations world-

wide, and an ideal location to promote the continued growth of the state’s life science industry.” Next to Max Planck is Scripps Florida, a division of The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif., one of the state’s premier life science research facilities. Located in a three-building, 350,000-square-foot research complex at Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) Jupiter campus, Scripps Florida researchers focus on basic biomedical science, drug discovery and research technology applications. Scripps’ researchers have already generated more than 100 patent applications and four spinoff companies, and have attracted more than $188 million in grant money and outside funding. Professional Services Palm Beach County is known for the high caliber of its professional services sector, which includes local, regional, national and global law and accounting firms. “Palm Beach County has a deep and talented professional workforce that provides the highest caliber of ‘big city’ services to our community. Our attorneys and accountants support all types of business and investment activities from Fortune 500 multinationals to new entrepreneurial startups,” says Harvey Oyer, partner, Shutts & Bowen LLP in West Palm Beach. Tourism For more than a century, tourism has been a driving force in Palm Beach County’s G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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ADDITIONAL BUSINESS RESOURCES Business Development Board of Palm Beach County 310 Evernia St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 835-1008 | www.bdb.org Economic Council of Palm Beach County P.O. Box 69 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 (561) 684-1551 www.economiccouncilpbc.org CareerSource Palm Beach County 3400 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (561) 340-1060 www.careersourcepbc.com Department of Revenue West Palm Beach Service Center 2468 Metrocentre Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 640-2800 www.myflorida.com/dor Enterprise Florida Tallahassee - (850) 298-6620 Orlando - (407) 956-5600 Miami - (305) 808-3660 www.enterpriseflorida.com Florida Business Development Corporation 6801 Lake Worth Road, Suite 209 Lake Worth, FL 33467 (561) 433-0233 | www.fbdc.net

Florida Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 11309 Tallahassee, FL 32301 (850) 521-1200 | flchamber.com Florida Department of State Division of Corporations Clifton Building 2661 Executive Center Circle Tallahassee, FL 32301 (850) 245-6052 | www.sunbiz.org Florida Department of Revenue Division of Unemployment Tax, Employer Information Center 5050 W. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32399 (850) 488-6800 www.floridarevenue.com Florida New Hire Reporting Center P.O. Box 6500 Tallahassee, FL 32314 (888) 854-4791 newhire.floridarevenue.com Internal Revenue Service 1700 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 616-2002 • (800) 829-1040 www.irs.gov Small Business Development Center FAU 111 East Las Olas Blvd, HEC 1010 Fort Lauderdale FL 33301 (954) 762-5235 www.floridasbdc.org SCORE 500 Australian Ave. S., Suite 115 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 833-1672 | www.palmbeach.score.org


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Facts & Figures POPULATION BY AGE AND GENDER

Male................................................................................48.3% Female ............................................................................51.7% 19 —Under ..................................................................39 3,554 20-34 Years ................................................................238,534 35-64 Years ................................................................437,947 65+ Years ....................................................................308,771 Total ..........................................................................1,378,806

COUNTY POPULATION

1980 ............................................................................576,758 1990 ............................................................................863,503 2000 ........................................................................1,135,822 2014 ........................................................................1,372,171 2016 ........................................................................1,378,806 2030 (Projection) ......................................................1,616,900

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Single Unattached ..........................................................45.9% Attached Units ................................................................10.1% Mobile Home ....................................................................2.8%

HOUSING

Own ................................................................................71.4% Rent ................................................................................28.6% Total Housing Units ......................................................664,594 Average Household Size ....................................................2.39 Average Family Size ..........................................................2.97

MIGRATION

In-Migration ....................................................................57,031 Out-Migration ................................................................58,935 Net-Migration ......................................................................936

PALM BEACH COUNTY GENERAL INFORMATION

Area in Square Miles ........................................................2,578 Median Age........................................................................43.9 Median Household Income ..........................................$57,580 Mean Household Income ............................................$89,403 Per Capita Income ......................................................$35,732 Number of Public Schools ..................................................180 Number of Public School Teachers ................................12,800 Normal Daily Maximum ......................................................83°F Normal Daily Minimum ......................................................67°F Average Temperature ........................................................75°F Average Annual Precipitation ............................................62 in. Average Annual Rain Days ..................................................134

AVERAGE LABOR STATISTICS

Labor Force..................................................................682,798 Employment ................................................................617,902 Unemployment ..............................................................64,559

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

Population 25 and over ................................................996,222 Percentage High School Graduate or Higher ..................87.8% Percentage Bachelor’s Degree or Higher ........................33.6% High School Graduate ....................................................28.9% Some College ....................................................................44.6 Associate’s Degree............................................................8.5% Bachelor’s Degree ..........................................................21.1% Graduate or Professional Degree ....................................12.5%

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re you getting ready to start looking for new lease space? If so, here are a few things to think about. First, make a wish list—what would be the perfect site, location and amenities for the space you want to lease? You probably won’t get everything you want, but it gives you a place to start. Next, how much space do you need? You should look at what your company’s growth has been over the last five years and what you expect it to be over the next three to five years. Why? Whether you are expanding or contracting, you will still want to lease enough space for minor expansion. Moving is always an expensive proposition; satellite locations are expensive and inefficient. Once you determine how much space you need, the next thing to look at is loca-

tion. Make a geographical box of the area where you want to be and go a little further out of that box; sometimes there might be a better deal just outside the area where you want to locate. Is it more important to consider how far you and your key employees have to travel, or the accessibility of your clients and customers? Once you have found a space that you like, you need to ask some important questions to the owner or the owner’s leasing agent. How much is the base rental rate and how much is the common area maintenance (CAM) or operating expenses of the building? Does the owner use a gross lease or a Net Net Net (NNN) lease? Depending on the motivation of the owner, the base rental rate might be negotiable, but not always. Due to financing, the owner may not have the ability to reduce the base rent. However, he or she might be able to offer an abatement of base rent (usually the owner will not abate CAM or operating expenses). The CAM or operating expenses should include real estate taxes, property insurance, water/sewer, common area electric, landscape maintenance, trash removal, property management, and repair and replacement of major components on the property, including parking lots and roofing. G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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When considering a space don’t be afraid to ask questions that are geared directly toward the operating expenses, i.e. how many parking spaces are allotted for my unit? Do I have access to my space 24/7? And is the property I’m leasing zoned properly for my business? And if you really want to be smart, get yourself a good real estate broker to help you find the space. Brokers will cover more ground in one hour than you will in a week. They should know where to look when you give them your wish list, and they will be able to negotiate the business terms of the lease. It is also important to hire a good real estate attorney to review the lease and negotiate the legal aspects of the lease with the owner’s attorney.

MOVING AN OFFICE? THINK ABOUT THIS In everyday business life, moving an office happens once every 36 to 60 months, and nobody wants to do it. There are things to consider that will help the process move along more efficiently. First and foremost, it will take longer than you think. If you prepare for this, you are way ahead of the game. Take the time

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to find out about large electronics like copiers, scanners and industry-specific equipment that is probably leased. Most of the time leasing companies not only will move the equipment; they require it. The property management company may have insurance and moving requirements that may affect the time and logistics of the move, so it is beneficial to obtain that information early in the process. Planning the packing of files and the disassembly of electronics the day before the move also makes for a smooth transition. When hiring movers for the job, there are a few things to look for. Ask about training and background checks for the employees. Protecting the building and your items is very important. Do they have experience in moving a company similar in size and industry to yours? Some movers will not only take care of the issues mentioned earlier, they will take on a project management role to help the move seem easy. Above all, however, they should be certified office movers. Planning ahead and letting the right people take care of the things they specialize in will not only make for a smooth move; it will ensure less downtime and a faster return to productivity for you and your coworkers.

PALM BEACH COUNTY’S SECTION 108 LOAN PROGRAM – HELPING BUSINESSES GROW One of the most effective programs to date has been the Section 108 Loan Program, funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). A Section 108 loan is federally guaranteed and issued by HUD. Palm Beach County’s program is administered by the Department of Economic Sustainability (DES). Approved in Palm Beach County by its Board of County Commissioners, the program provides gap financing to businesses seeking to locate or expand in the county in order to create new jobs and help revitalize communities. It supports and stimulates business development and investment by the private sector, and gives priority to businesses in distressed areas. In 2011, HUD recognized Palm Beach County in nationwide training materials for its best practices utilized in the administration of the Section 108 Loan Program. For further information, please contact Sherry Howard at DES, (561) 233-3653.


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ESTABLISHING RESIDENCY Under Florida law, you automatically establish residency when being employed, enrolling children in school or registering to vote. You may document your residency by obtaining and filing a Declaration of Domicile with the office of the Clerk & Comptroller, (561) 355-6214. For more information, please visit mypalmbeachclerk.com

VOTER REGISTRATION Supervisor of Elections If you are eighteen years old, a U.S. citizen, and legal resident of Florida you may register to vote. If you are sixteen years old you may pre-register and receive your card in the mail after your 18th birthday. You are NOT entitled to register to vote if you have been adjudicated mentally incapacitated with regard to voting in this or any other state and you have not had your right to vote restored pursuant to law, or, if you have been convicted of any felony by any court of record and you have not had your right to vote restored pursuant to law. Voter registration applications are available at the Supervisor of Elections offices located at:

Main Office 240 S. Military Trail, West Palm Beach (561) 656-6200 Southeast PBC Administrative Complex Branch Office 345 S. Congress Ave., Room 103, Delray Beach (561) 276-1226 Northeast County Courthouse Branch Office 3188 PGA Blvd., Room 2401, Palm Beach Gardens (561) 624-6555 Glades Office Building Branch Office 2976 State Road 15, Second Floor, Belle Glade | (561) 992-1114 You can also obtain applications at libraries, post offices and the Department of Motor Vehicles. A copy of the application can also be downloaded at www.pbcelections.org. You will need to provide a current and valid Florida driver’s license or Florida Identification Card number. If you do not have a valid driver’s license or identification card, you must provide the last four digits of your social security number. The voter registration books close 29 days prior to each election.

MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION The Palm Beach County Tax Collector serves as the agent for the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) for titling and registering all motorized vehicles, boats and mobile homes (commercial

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and private), including motorcycles and mopeds (registrations only). The Tax Collector’s office also issues disabled person parking permits. New residents should register their vehicle(s) and obtain a Florida license plate within 30 days of establishing legal residency, accepting employment or upon placement of a child in school. Automobiles and trucks must have at least $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP) insurance and at least $10,000 property damage liability (PDL) insurance. Registrations of privately owned vehicles and long-term leased vehicles are valid until midnight on the first registered owner’s birthday. You can renew up to three months before the expiration date. A delinquent fee is charged if the registration is not renewed by the 10th of the following month. The DHSMV may send a courtesy reminder notice a month before your birthday. Non-receipt of the notice does not relieve registrants from their responsibility to renew on time or exempt them from paying the delinquent fee upon renewal. Current Florida residents can renew their motor vehicle registration online up to three months in advance. Nonresidents of Florida must take their proof of valid Florida insurance, along with the title, to the Palm Beach County Tax Collector office. Visit www.pbctax.com for locations, hours and more information.

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DRIVER LICENSE/ID CARDS Federal law now requires you to bring specific and original documentation when obtaining or renewing a driver license or ID card. You must come in person to prove identity, social security and residential address. If you recently moved to Palm Beach County, the law requires you to update your driver license/ID card within 30 days. You can renew your driver license up to 18 months in advance. Visit www.pbctax .com for a list of accepted documents, to make an appointment or to view wait times. You can also text ‘waitpbc’ to 41411 for upto-date driver license wait times. Note: There are no road tests available at our West Palm Beach Service Center or our Palm Beach Gardens Northeast County Courthouse Service Center. A new resident exchanging a valid outof-state license for a Florida license will be required to pass a vision test. If you are younger than 18 and are not married, your license application must be signed by one parent or legal guardian. Step-parents may not sign for you unless they have legally adopted you. Note: Teens applying for their full operator’s (Class E) license will be required to: n

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not incur any traffic convictions be certified by parent or guardian to have at least 50 hours of behind-the wheel training, at least 10 of which must be at night. Additional information is available at www.flhsmv.gov. n n

SEAT BELTS The law states that the front seat passengers must wear seat belts. This law applies to any car manufactured since 19 68. In addition, all passengers under 18 years old must wear a seat belt or be otherwise restrained by a child car seat. It is against the law to operate a vehicle if all the passengers do not meet these standards. The cost for a seat belt violation is $116. For a child that is not properly restrained, the violation is $166. For more information, visit www.dmvflorida.org.

VESSEL REGISTRATION Motorized vessels used in freshwater or saltwater must be registered at the Palm Beach County Tax Collector’s office. You need to provide a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (MCO), title or its equivalent when you register the vessel. Florida recognizes valid registration cer-


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LICENSING Hunting & Fishing The Constitutional Tax Collector is the agent of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for the sale of hunting licenses, fresh and salt-water fishing licenses, waterfowl stamps and game management permits. Purchase a hunting and fishing license online (visit gooutdoorsflorida.com) or purchase by phone: 1-888347-4356 Important Information about Hunting and Fishing Licenses: n Licenses purchased online are available immediately to print and also have unlimited access to reprints.

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A telephone number (10-digits including area code) is required on hunting and fishing license and permit sales. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) now require this information for the purpose of improving fish and wildlife harvest data. If a telephone number is not provided, a license cannot be issued. Popular licenses may be obtained from subagents such as sport stores, bait and tackle shops and some department stores. Licenses are annual and expire 12 months from the date of issue. Lifetime and Senior citizen fishing licenses are available through the Tax Collector’s Office only. Individuals born on or after June 1, 19 75 must pass an approved hunter education course before licensed to take wildlife in Florida. An application for a disability fishing license may be obtained. The completed application must be mailed to Tallahassee for issuance. Certain restrictions apply.

MARRIAGE Main Courthouse, 205 N. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach Both parties must be present when applying for a marriage license and each must present one of the following forms of identification: n Driver’s license issued in the United States n Federal or state identification card; or n Passport showing your name and date of birth (birth certificates or green cards are not accepted). If either person was married before, the manner in which the last marriage ended and the exact date the marriage ended are needed. Copies of the death certificate, final decree of divorce, annulment or blood test are not required. You do not have to be a resident of Florida to apply. Both parties must read the Family Law Handbook (available on mypalmbeachclerk.com) prior to obtaining a marriage license. For more information, call the Clerk

& Comptroller’s West Palm Beach office at (561) 355-29 9 6 or visit mypalmbeachclerk.com.

HOUSES OF WORSHIP The Palm Beaches provide a sanctum for most major religious denominations, and newcomers will almost certainly find one compatible with their beliefs. Area clergy and religious leaders are continually engaged in community activities and are eager to help families settle into their new homes. For further information about places of worship in Palm Beach County, consult the local telephone directory.

PET REGULATIONS & VACCINATIONS All dogs and cats are required to wear a rabies license tag on or before the date a dog or cat is 6 months of age; or within 30 calendar days of acquiring a dog or cat; or within 30 calendar days after a dog or cat resides in Palm Beach County, pursuant to PBC Ordinance 9 8-22. The non-sterilized rabies license tag is $75, and the sterilized rabies license tag is $15. Senior citizens 70+ receive a 25 percent discount. Tags are available at Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, 7100 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach or from participating private veterinary offices. All dogs and cats are required to be vaccinated against rabies at four months of age in accordance to Florida State Statute


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828.30. Ask your veterinarian about the three-year vaccine. Animals must have a one-year history of a rabies vaccination before a three-year rabies vaccination can be administered. The purchase of a nonsterilized tag without a hobby breeder permit certifies the pet will not be used for breeding. Breeding dogs and cats is prohibited in Palm Beach County without a special permit. For more information, call (561) 233-1209 or 1227. Animal Care and Control encourages pet owners to have a permanent electronic identification chip implanted in their animals. For further information, call (561) 233-1200. To review the Palm Beach County Animal Ordinance 9 8-22 in its entirety, visit www.pbcgov.com/pubsafety/animal.

PROPERTY APPRAISAL SERVICES Florida’s Constitution mandates that all property values must be assessed at market value as of January 1 each year. Market value is typically what a property would sell for in an open and competitive market — what a property is worth to a willing buyer and willing seller. By Florida law, only sales transactions that occurred during the previous year can be used to establish values as of January 1 of the current year.

benefit. Every person who has legal title to a residential property in Florida and lives there permanently qualifies for the state’s standard $25,000 exemption. An additional Homestead Exemption benefit up to $25,000 relates only to properties with an assessed value greater than $50,000 to $75,000. For more information about the available exemptions, visit the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser’s website, pbcgov.com/papa, or call Exemption Services at (561) 355-2866. Residential property owners with an existing Homestead Exemption can transfer a portion of their tax savings to a new residence. You can apply for Portability when you apply for the standard Homestead Exemption on your new property. The deadline to apply for all new exemptions is March 1 of the qualifying year. Owners of non-homesteaded properties, such as second homes, may qualify for a 10 percent exemption benefit on the assessed value. Tangible Personal Property Services

Household goods are not taxed in Florida. Tangible Personal Property is assessed annually on businesses at fair market value. The first $25,000 in value is exempt from taxation. An initial Tangible Personal Property Return must be filed to claim this exemption. Failure to file will result in the loss of the exemption and assessment of penalties. The Return DOR-405 is available to download on our website, pbcgov.com/papa, or call Tangible Services at (561) 355-2896. The Property Appraiser’s Office has five conveniently located Service Centers throughout the county in West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Royal Palm Beach and Belle Glade. Call Exemption Services at (561) 355-2866 for more information.

TAX INFORMATION The Constitutional Tax Collector’s office collects and distributes over $3 billion annually in taxes and fees. There are eight per-

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manent office locations conveniently located throughout the county. Call (561) 3552264 or visit www.pbctax.com for a complete list of office addresses and hours. Local Business Tax The Constitutional Tax Collector is contracted by the Board of County Commissioners to collect Local Business Taxes. The tax is collected for the privilege of operating a business anywhere in the county, including municipalities. Anyone providing merchandise or services to the public, even a oneperson company or home-based business, must pay the Local Business Tax. Local Business Tax Receipts are renewable annually July through September. Real Estate & Tangible Personal Property Taxes The Constitutional Tax Collector, Serving Palm Beach County collects property taxes for every government agency in Palm Beach County that has the authority to levy taxes. Property taxes are payable from November 1 through March 31 and are delinquent April 1. Discounts for early payment apply according to the following schedule: 4 percent in November, 3 percent in December, 2 percent in January and 1 percent in February. Property taxes can be paid quarterly, with the first installment due by June 30. Applications for the Installment Payment Plan are available at www.pbctax.com or by

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calling (561) 355-2264, and must be received on or before April 30. Tourist Development Tax Tourist Development Tax is collected on any unit rented or leased for 6 months or less, as well as on licenses granted to rent or lease a unit for 6 months or less. Tourist Development Tax is collected by the owners or operators of those facilities and remitted to the Constitutional Tax Collector. Tourist Development Tax is vital to our community. It strengthens our local economy by creating jobs, restoring beaches, funding art and cultural events and professional sports facilities across Palm Beach County. Tourism promotion, the Sports Commission, the Film & Television Commission and cultural non-arts (such as the museum, zoo, and historical society) also benefit from Tourist Tax Revenue. The Constitutional Tax Collector is contracted by the Board of County Commissioners to collect Tourist Development Tax. State Taxes The Florida Department of Revenue administers 32 taxes and fees, including sales and use tax, reemployment (formerly unemployment) tax, communications services tax, corporate income tax and fuel tax. They collect the money that pays for state and local government services Floridians depend on, and they continually improve their technology and customer service, so reporting and paying taxes is as convenient and easy as possible.

For more information contact the Department of Revenue online at www.myflorida.com/dor or at the Regional Service Center located at 2468 Metrocentre Blvd., West Palm Beach, or call (561) 640-2800. Sales Tax Florida’s general sales tax rate is 6 percent. Each retail sale, admission charge, storage, use or rental is taxable, along with some services. Some items are specifically exempt. Some counties impose a discretionary sales surtax in addition to the 6 percent state tax. The county tax rates can range from .25 to 2.5 percent, and are levied on the first $5,000 of the purchase price. The $5,000 limit does not apply to commercial rentals, transient rentals or services. Consumers pay sales tax and any county-imposed taxes to the seller at the time of purchase. Use Tax Unless specifically exempt, merchandise purchased out of state is subject to tax when brought into Florida within 6 months of the purchase date. This “use tax,” as it is commonly called, is also assessed at the rate of 6 percent. Examples of such taxable purchases include purchases made by mail order or the Internet, furniture delivered from dealers located in another state, and computer equipment delivered by common carrier. Items purchased and used in another state for 6 months or longer are not subject


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to use tax when the items are later brought into Florida. No use tax is due if the out-of-state dealer charged sales tax of 6 percent or more. If the dealer charged less than 6 percent, you must pay the difference to equal 6 percent. For example, if the dealer charged 4 percent, you must pay the additional 2 percent to Florida. Complete an Out-of-State Purchase Return (Form DR-15MO) to file and pay use tax. You can get this form from our website at www.myflorida.com/dor. If the tax owed is less than $1, you do not have to file. Other Taxes and Fees Florida does not impose personal income, inheritance, gift taxes or intangible personal property taxes. However, there are other taxes and fees that, in certain counties or circumstances, Florida residents may be required to pay, such as: convention development tax, local option tourist tax, fuel taxes, communications services tax, gross receipts tax, lead-acid battery fee, new tire fee, motor vehicle fee (Lemon Law) or rental car surcharge.

LOOKING AT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN FLORIDA? Most businesses are subject to sales and use tax discretionary sales surtax, unemployment tax, and corporate income tax. If your business is required to collect sales tax, you must register as a sales and use tax dealer before you begin conducting business in Florida. You can register to collect and/or report tax through our Internet site. The site will guide you through an application interview that will help you determine your tax obligations. If you do not have Internet access, you can complete a paper Application to Collect and/or Report Tax in Florida (Form DR-1). Or contact the Department of Revenue online at www.myflorida.com/dor or at the Regional Service Center located at 2468 Metrocentre Blvd., West Palm Beach, or call (561) 640-2800.

Florida Power & Light (561) 697-8000 www.fpl.com Lake Worth Utilities (561) 533-7300 www.lakeworth.org Natural Gas Florida Public Utilities is the only supplier of natural gas and serves the countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eastern municipalities. Florida Public Utilities (561) 832-0872 â&#x20AC;˘ (800) 427-7712 www.fpuc.com

City of West Palm Beach Automated Utility Billing System (561) 822-1300 www.wpb.org Seacoast Utility Authority North County - (561) 627-2900 www.sua.com Wellington (Wellington and surrounding areas) (561) 791-4010 www.wellingtonfl.gov

Telephone In order to establish residential phone service, please check the AT&T Real Yellow Pages for a complete listing of all the telephone service providers available.

Garbage & Recycling Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County collects garbage, trash and recyclable materials. (561) 640-4000 www.swa.org

AT&T Residential: (888) 757-6500 Business: (877) 253-0009 www.att.com

Palm Beach Resource Recovery Corp. (561) 478-3800 www.swa.org

T-Mobile (561) 478-7988 Water Palm Beach County Water Utilities (561) 740-4600 South County - (561) 278-5135 www.pbcwater.com

Republic Services (561) 478-9590 www.republicservices.com Waste Management of Palm Beach (561) 547-4000 www.wm.com

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GOVERNMENT NUMBERS

Police, Fire and Rescue ........................................................911 County Division of Emergency Management ......(561) 712-6400 Poison Control Center ........................................(800) 222-1222 Domestic Pet Emergencies ................................(561) 833-8552 (Island Animal Hospital)

Animal Care & Control ........................................(561) Auto Tag Information ..........................................(561) Business Tax Receipts ........................................(561) City of West Palm Beach (Dept. of Development Services) ......................(561) Clerk & Comptroller ............................................(561) County Commissioners ......................................(561) County Courthouses Central (Main West Palm Beach) ..................................(561) Glades (West County) ........................................(561) North County (Palm Beach Gardens) ..................(561) South County (Delray Beach) ..............................(561) County Governmental Center..............................(561) County Health Department..................................(561) Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission .............................. (561) Florida Highway Patrol ........................................(561) Gun Permits ........................................................(561) Internal Revenue Service ....................................(800) Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach ........(561) Marriage Licenses ..............................................(561) PBC Library Department ....................................(561) PBC Parks & Recreation ....................................(561) Passports............................................................(561) Property Appraiser ..............................................(561) Property Tax - Real Estate & Tangible..................(561) Road & Bridge ....................................................(561) School District ....................................................(561) Social Security Administration ............................(800) Solid Waste Authority ..........................................(561) State Attorney ....................................................(561) Supervisor of Elections........................................(561) Tax Collector ......................................................(561) U.S. Coast Guard................................................(561) U.S. Customs ....................................................(561) U.S. Post Office ..................................................(800) Veterans Services................................................(561) Voter Registration................................................(561) West Palm Beach Parks & Recreation ................(561)

NON-EMERGENCY Boca Raton Police ..............................................(561) 338-1333 Boynton Beach Police ........................................(561) 732-8116 Crime Stoppers ..................................................(800) 458-TIPS Delray Beach Police ............................................(561) 243-7800 Jupiter Police ......................................................(561) 746-6201 PBC Sheriff’s Office Sheriff/Main Number ............(561) 688-3000 District #14/Lake Worth ......................................(561) 586-1611 District #8/Wellington ..........................................(561) 688-5447 North Palm Beach Police ....................................(561) 848-2525 Palm Beach Gardens Police................................(561) 799-4445 Palm Beach Police ..............................................(561) 838-5454 Riviera Beach Police............................................(561) 845-4126 West Palm Beach Police ....................................(561) 822-1600

CITIZEN SERVICES 211 Helpline ..........................................................................211 AIDS Hotline........................................................(800) 352-2437 Alcoholics Anonymous ........................................(561) 655-5700 Better Business Bureau ......................................(561) 842-1918 Consumer Affairs ................................................(561) 712-6600 Florida Abuse Hotline ..........................................(800) 962-2873 The Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County ......................................(561) 355-4663 Lawyer Referral Service ......................................(561) 687-3266 Legal Aid Society ................................................(561) 655-8944 Discover the Palm Beaches ................................(561) 233-3000 Palm Beach County Cultural Council ..................(561) 471-2901 Palm Beach County Sports Commission ............(561) 233-3180 Time, Temperature & Weather ............................(561) 832-3801 CareerSource Palm Beach County......................(561) 340-1061

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of Palm Beach County City of Atlantis (561) 965-1744 www.atlantisfl.gov

Town of Hypoluxo (561) 582-0155 www.hypoluxo.org

City of Pahokee (561) 924-5534 www.cityofpahokee.com

City of Belle Glade (561) 996-0100 www.bellegladegov.com

Town of Juno Beach (561) 626-1122 www.juno-beach.fl.us

Town of Palm Beach (561) 838-5400 www.townofpalmbeach.com

City of Boca Raton (561) 393-7700 www.myboca.us

Town of Jupiter (561) 746-5134 www.jupiter.fl.us

City of Palm Beach Gardens (561) 799-4100 www.pbgfl.com

Town of Jupiter Inlet Colony (561) 746-3787 www.jupiterinletcolony.org

Town of Palm Beach Shores (561) 844-3457 www.palmbeachshoresfl.us

Town of Lake Clarke Shores (561) 964-1515 www.townoflakeclarkeshores.com

Village of Palm Springs (561) 965-4010 www.villageofpalmsprings.org

Town of Cloud Lake (561) 686-2815

Town of Lake Park (561) 881-3300 www.lakeparkflorida.gov

City of Riviera Beach (561) 845-4000 www.rivierabch.com

City of Delray Beach (561) 243-7000 www.mydelraybeach.com

City of Lake Worth (561) 586-1600 www.lakeworth.org

Village of Royal Palm Beach (561) 790-5100 www.royalpalmbeach.com

Town of Glen Ridge (561) 697-8868

Town of Lantana (561) 540-5000 www.lantana.org

City of South Bay (561) 996-6751 www.southbaycity.com

Town of Loxahatchee Groves (561) 793-2418 www.loxahatcheegrovesfl.gov

Town of South Palm Beach (561) 588-8889 www.southpalmbeach.com

Town of Manalapan (561) 585-9477 www.manalapan.org

Village of Tequesta (561) 768-0700 www.tequesta.org

Town of Gulf Stream (561) 276-5116 www.gulf-stream.org

Town of Mangonia Park (561) 848-1235 www.townofmagoniapark.com

Village of Wellington (561) 791-4000 www.wellingtonfl.gov

Town of Haverhill (561) 689-0370 www.townofhaverhill-fl.gov

Village of North Palm Beach (561) 841-3380 www.village-npb.org

City of Westlake (561) 530-5880 www.westlakegov.com

Town of Highland Beach (561) 278-4548 www.highlandbeach.us

Town of Ocean Ridge (561) 732-2635 www.oceanridgeflorida.com

City of West Palm Beach (561) 822-2222 www.wpb.org

City of Boynton Beach (561) 742-6000 www.boynton-beach.org Town of Briny Breezes (561) 272-5495 www.townofbrinybreezes-fl.com

Village of Golf (561) 732-0236 www.villageofgolf.org City of Greenacres (561) 642-2000 www.greenacres.fl.gov

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he City of West Palm Beach is both the financial and cultural center of Palm Beach County. As the largest city in the region, West Palm Beach serves as a thriving destination for business, industry and culture. Judged by Forbes in 2014 to be the No. 1 Florida city for business and careers, and recently voted the number one city for entrepreneurs in a Harvard University study, West Palm Beach is a pro-business environment that attracts a diversified mixture of business and investment. West Palm Beach’s downtown Flagler Financial District is home to countless regional, national and international financial institutions. From its thriving northern neighborhoods teeming with charm and culture; to its vibrant downtown area defined by its signature dining, shopping and entertainment destinations; to its family oriented southern districts; the City of West Palm Beach has something to offer just about anyone.

WEST PALM BEACH IS: BUSINESS. LIFE. BALANCED. In recent years, West Palm Beach scored the No. 4 ranking in the Milken Institute’s Best Performing Cities index, which measures the wage and salary growth, job growth and high-tech output growth of more than 290 metro areas in the country. Additionally, Inc. magazine, the nation’s premier publication for small and medium sized businesses, recently placed West Palm Beach in the No. 5 slot for the Top 25 Cities to do Business in America. Downtown West Palm Beach boasts an active cultural community with the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Norton Museum of Art, Armory Art Center, Palm Beach Opera and Palm Beach Dramaworks, just to name a few. You can jump on the city’s Arts & Entertainment trolley line to visit dozens of cultural venues. Plus, a key historic building—the 19 16 county courthouse—was renovated to house the first countywide history museum, the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, which opened in March 2008.

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The pedestrian-friendly West Palm Beach waterfront is a hub of activity, from casual walks along the water to more formal affairs inside the waterfront pavilion. The waterfront is home to numerous highly popular and award-winning events throughout the year, including the Palm Beach Boat Show, SunFest, Clematis by Night, West Palm Beach GreenMarket, Sunday at the Meyer and 4th on Flagler, among many others. Of course, West Palm Beach offers top-notch education through prestigious private schools and the A-rated Palm Beach County School District. Add the abundance of parks and recreation activities to the mix, and you will see that the City of West Palm Beach is an ideal location for families, young professionals and retirees alike. West Palm Beach is home to an estimated population of 110,000 and is recognized as one of America’s best midsize cities. We know you have a lot to do. That’s why the City of West Palm Beach’s reputation is built around making sure your business needs are met. Whether it is our one-stop permitting process, business incentive programs to expand your business or tax extension to encourage business relocation, we roll up our sleeves every day because we know you do too. For more information on how we can help your business, please contact us at (561) 822-1400. City of West Palm Beach Leadership 401 Clematis St., West Palm Beach 33401 (561) 822-2222 www.wpb.org Mayor - Jeri Muoio (561) 822-1400 City Commissioners (561) 822-1390 District 1 – Sylvia Moffett District 2 – Cory Neering District 3 – Paula Ryan District 4 – Keith A. James District 5 – Shanon Materio


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ith a population of more than 1.3 million, Palm Beach County has come a long way since it became Florida’s 47th county in 1909. At that time, the county was home to about 5,300 residents and included portions of what are now Broward, Martin and Okeechobee counties. A four-room schoolhouse, located on the corner of Clematis Street and Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach, was the site of the first county government meeting on July 6, 1909. Today, meetings are held in the Robert Weisman Palm Beach County Governmental Center located at 301 N. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, with other county government business conducted at satellite courthouses in Belle Glade, Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. The Board of County Commissioners usually meets at 9 :30 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month in the Jane M. Thompson Memorial Chambers located on the sixth floor of the Robert Weisman Palm Beach County Governmental Center. Workshops are usually held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. The Board of County Commissioners and seven constitutional officers — the Clerk & Comptroller, Property Appraiser, Public Defender, Sheriff, State Attorney, Supervisor of Elections and Tax Collector — work with other governmental agencies including the Palm Beach County School Board and the 38 municipalities throughout the county. Each of the constitutional officers operates independently of the Board of County Commissioners and is elected countywide (at large) by the public to serve a four-year term. The authority and scope of duties for each officer is dictated by the Florida Constitution. The seven members of the Board of County Commissioners are elected to staggered four-year terms by registered voters in the district in which the commissioners reside. Unlike constitutional officers, county commissioners are subject to term limits and may not serve more than two consecutive four-year terms. Charged with providing all manner of government services, the Board of County Commissioners has powers granted by the Florida Constitution to adopt rules and laws to govern the unincorporated areas of the county, and through referendum to seek voter approval for adopting countywide laws. In addition, the board has home rule authority granted through the voter-approved Palm Beach County Home Rule Charter, which became effective in 19 85. True home rule gives the board the ability to create, through a local public hearing ordinance procedure, local laws that are not in conflict with or specifically prohibited by state general

law or the Florida Constitution. There are 29 county government departments with 70 divisions and offices. Overseeing the approximately 5,600 employees are the county administrator, deputy county administrator and assistant county administrators. The county administrator, county attorney and internal auditor are all appointed directly by the Board of County Commissioners. All other employees are appointed by the county administrator. County Administrator - Verdenia C. Baker ..........(561) Clerk & Comptroller - Sharon R. Bock ................(561) Property Appraiser – Dorothy Jacks....................(561) Public Defender - Carey Haughwout ..................(561) Sheriff - Ric Bradshaw ........................................(561) State Attorney - Dave Aronberg ..........................(561) Supervisor of Elections - Susan Bucher ..............(561) Tax Collector - Anne M. Gannon ........................(561) Chief Judge – Krista Marx ..................................(561)

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Robert Weisman Palm Beach County Governmental Center 301 N. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 355-2030; www.pbcgov.com Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office 3228 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (561) 688-3000 Palm Beach County Public Affairs Department 301 N. Olive Ave., Suite 1102, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 355-2754 Palm Beach County Division of Consumer Affairs 50 S. Military Trail, Suite 201, West Palm Beach, FL 33415 (561) 712-6600 Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners District 1 - Hal R. Valeche ..................................(561) 355-2201 District 2 - Paulette Burdick ................................(561) 355-2202 District 3 - Dave Kerner ......................................(561) 355-2203 District 4 - Steven L. Abrams ..............................(561) 355-2204 District 5 - Mary Lou Berger................................(561) 355-2205 District 6 - Melissa McKinlay, Mayor ....................(561) 355-2206 District 7 - Mack Bernard, Vice Mayor ................(561) 355-2207 G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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At more than 2,000 square miles, Palm Beach County is the largest county in Florida. Luckily, its myriad transportation options make traversing its 38 cities a pleasurable experience. The state’s two major north-to-south thoroughfares, the tollfree Interstate 95 for drivers traveling east and the less trafficked Florida’s Turnpike for those seeking western county destinations, are easy to navigate for the first-time visitor. Pick up a rental car at one of Enterprise’s more than 20 locations throughout the county. Carless visitors can enjoy the county from the comfort of one of its 10 Palm Tram buses, identifiable by their newly repainted teal exterior. Inside the buses, LED lighting and USB charging ports for every seat ensure that you’ll never miss your connection. Your travel experience can be further simplified by utilizing a Tri-Rail train connecting Palm Beach County to Miami and points in between. Another option is South Florida Commuter Service, which facilitates ride-sharing options throughout the tri-county area and more. Alternatively, visitors can lounge in luxury in one of Alibi Limousine Service’s stretch limos. The county is also home to the Palm Beach International Airport, an award-winning travel hub; the Boca Raton Airport, a former WWII Army Air Corps base, which accommodates business travelers; and the Port of Palm Beach, the state’s fourthbusiest container port.

BY AIR Palm Beach International Airport (561) 471-7400 | www.pbia.org From families with young children to the most discerning travelers, visitors are always impressed with The Palm Beaches’ abundance of transportation resources. The award-winning Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), coupled with our excellent inter-

state highway system and array of private and public transportation services, make it easy to get around the area. PBI, which serves more than 6 million passengers annually with an average of 200 scheduled flights arriving and departing daily on 11 airlines offering nonstop service to more than 27 destinations, with connecting service to destinations throughout the world, is a favorite of many travelers! PBI has been voted Voted 9th best airport in the U.S. by the prestigious Travel + Leisure magazine. Also, Fifth best Medium Airport Ranking by J.D. Power 2017 North America Airport Satisfaction Study. And, US Customs and Border Protection voted PBI #1 in The Best Overall Airport for wait times in the US.

BY LAND Downtown West Palm Beach Trolley (561) 833-8873 | www.downtownwpb.com/trolley The Downtown Trolley is a free and convenient way to help you get around town. Whether you’re running errands, shopping, heading to work or going to one of our premier special events; there’s a trolley for you. Trolley stops are located throughout downtown including stops at Tri-Rail, CityPlace, and hotels. Greyhound Lines, Inc. (561) 833-8534 | (800) 231-2222 | www.greyhound.com Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 3,800 destinations with 13,000 daily departures across North America. The Greyhound terminal in West Palm Beach is centrally located in the Seaboard Train Station at 205 S. Tamarind Ave. The station provides convenient access for passengers and easy connection with other modes of travel, including Amtrak, Tri-Rail and Palm Tran. It is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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Mega Limoz LLC (561) 840-6342 | www.megalimoz.com South Florida’s premier stretch limousine service offers top-quality limousine rentals and services, all with red-carpet treatment. Mega Limoz services all of South Florida and the Treasure Coast. Molly’s Trolleys of West Palm Beach (561) 838-9511 | www.mollystrolleys.com Molly’s Trolleys of West Palm Beach is a trolley transportation company that specializes in group events, from corporate and convention delegates to family reunions, weddings, festivals and other special events. Our vehicles are elegant, charming, immaculate, and reminiscent of 1920s-style trolleys. For our corporate and wedding events, we operate trolleys that are enclosed and air-conditioned.

day on more than 30 routes, serving nearly all destinations in the county from Jupiter to Boca and the Glades. Buses generally operate weekdays on a 30-minute frequency during peak rush hours and on a 60-minute frequency during mid-day and on the weekends, generally. Palm Train CONNECTION, the county’s shared-ride, door-to-door transportation service, provides transportation for eligible disabled persons in Palm Beach County. CONNECTION schedules all trips, prepares vehicle manifests, handles customer concerns, determines eligibility and monitors the performance of transportation providers. For any questions, to request a copy of the Rider’s Guide or to enroll in any programs, call Palm Tran CONNECTION from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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“Brightline is changing the landscape of downtown West Palm Beach. The new express passenger rail service will seamlessly connect the city to Miami and Fort Lauderdale and encourage more people to visit West Palm Beach for its art, restaurant and nightlife attractions.” —Julie Edwards, chief marketing officer Brightline

Palm Tran (561) 841-4287 • (877) 930-4287 Palm Train Connection: (561) 649-9838 | (877) 870-9849 www.palmtran.org Palm Tran, the county’s public transportation service, consists of both fixedroute public bus transportation and specialized service for eligible disabled persons. Fixed-route bus service is provided every

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Amtrak (561) 832-6169 (800) USA-RAIL (872-7245) www.amtrak.com Four trains arrive and depart daily from the historic railroad station in West Palm Beach. The Silver Meteor and Silver Star are equipped with coach, lounge, sleeping and dining cars. The trains operate daily between Miami and New York, serving Georgia, the Carolinas, Virginia and the Northeast as well as connecting to Amtrak’s 46-state, 21,000-mile national system. Brightline - Express Train Service Coming Soon to West Palm Beach 305.520.2300 | gobrightline.com Brightline is the new benchmark for train travel in America. We offer express service connecting you to Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach—with planned future service to Orlando. Brightline is here to connect you to the people, places and new experiences Florida has to offer. We look forward to seeing you on board. Tri-Rail (800) TRI-RAIL (874-7245) www.tri-rail.com Tri-Rail commuter service between West Palm Beach and Miami is operated seven days a week by the South Florida Regional

Transportation Authority (SFRTA). Tri-Rail serves Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties and provides service to employment and education centers, special events and attractions. Tri-Rail service runs 50 trains a day, Monday-Friday, and trains every hour on weekends, beginning as early as 6 a.m. and continuing into the early evening.

BY WATER Port of Palm Beach (561) 383-4100 www.portofpalmbeach.com Located in Riviera Beach, the Port of Palm Beach is a full-service, diversified port, offering cruise and cargo services to more than 30 onsite tenants and users. At 162 acres, the Port’s efficiency is unparalleled, processing more than $7 billion in commodities, 2.5 million tons of cargo, and 500,000 cruise passengers annually. The exclusive homeport for Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, the Port of Palm Beach is one of the largest economic engines in South Florida. The Port operates 6.5 miles of rail with daily connections to Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) and acts as the grantee of Foreign-Trade Zone No. 135. As one of the largest employers in Palm Beach County, the Port of Palm Beach and its tenants employ more than 2,850 people.

OTHER SERVICES South Florida Commuter Services (800) 234-RIDE (7433) www.1800234RIDE.com South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS), a program of the Florida Department of Transportation, helps promote ride-sharing options for commuters in Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie counties. SFCS does this by providing commuters with information on alternatives to driving alone to work including carpooling, vanpooling, transit, biking, walking and telecommuting. In addition, SFCS works closely with employers to identify the commuting challenges facing their employees and provide support and solutions to relieve these issues.


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hether you’re seeking preventive medicine or surgical emergencies, a specialized clinic or all-purpose award-winning hospital, the Palm Beaches are a multifaceted health care hub recognized for attracting the nation’s superior physicians and surgeons. Our medical facilities feature the most cutting-edge noninvasive surgical technologies and hyperbaric oxygen therapies, always striving to be ahead of the curve in terms of both patient comfort and success rates. Palm Beach County also boasts an abundance of specialty facilities and providers, including holistic medicine, cosmetic surgery, physical therapy, mental health and drug or alcohol rehabilitation. Visit the listings in the back of this publication for Chamber members more than capable of fulfilling your every health care need.

Cleveland Clinic Florida CityPlace Tower – 14th Floor 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 4520 Donald Ross Road, Suite 200 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 (800) 639-DOCTOR clevelandclinicflorida.org Cleveland Clinic Florida’s facility in West Palm Beach consists of 25,000 square feet of clinical space. It offers more than 25 different medical specialties, provides many ambulatory procedures and offers state-ofthe-art imaging, complete with mammography, bone density, ultrasound and MRI and CT scan services. Patient care is coordinated between the West Palm Beach facility and Cleveland Clinic’s multispecialty medical campus in Weston, extending access to the most advanced medical technologies and treatments. A beautiful infusion suite is available for those patients needing IV medication and chemotherapy. Routine wellness exams are provided in addition to specialty care. Most insurance plans are accepted. In addition to the West Palm Beach location, the recently opened Palm Beach Gardens location specializes in primary care, neurology, neurosurgery, cardiology, gynecology and sports medicine. Cleveland G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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Health Care District of Palm Beach County 2601 10th Ave. N., Suite 100 Palm Springs, FL 33461 Main Number (561) 659 -1270; Customer Service (866) 9 30-0035; C. L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics (561) 642-1000 www.hcdpbc.org The Health Care District of Palm Beach County provides adult and pediatric care at the six C. L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics; health coverage programs for eligible uninsured residents; a pharmacy operation; a nationally recognized trauma system; registered nurses in nearly 170 public schools; short and long-term skilled nursing at the Edward J. Healey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Riviera Beach; and acute care at Lakeside Medical Center, the county’s only public hospital, serving the rural Glades’ communities.

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Clinic is a not-for-profit health care provider that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 7305 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33410 (561) 422-8262 (Main) 1-800-353-8262 (Enrollment) www.westpalmbeach.va.gov www.myhealth.va.gov The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center (VAMC) provides a full range of patient care services with state-of-the-art technology to eligible Veterans. All-inclusive health care is provided through primary care and long-term care in the areas of medicine, surgery, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, radiology, dentistry and extended care. A women veterans clinic and post-deployment clinic for returning veterans are available to meet these special needs. Telehealth services are available in more than a dozen medical specialties or programs.

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The West Palm Beach VAMC operates a 15bed Blind Rehabilitation Service, which is the referral center for blind and visually impaired veterans throughout the State of Florida. Good Samaritan Medical Center 1309 N. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach 33401 (561) 655-5511 www.goodsamaritanmc.com Good Samaritan Medical Center, a part of Tenet Healthcare’s Florida region, is a 333-bed acute care hospital that has been providing sophisticated, personalized medical care to Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast for more than 9 0 years. Good Samaritan offers general medical and specialty services including comprehensive cancer services, orthopedics, obstetrics, cardiovascular medicine, robotic surgery, gamma knife radio surgery, The Palms Private Medical Detox facility and the bariatric surgery weight loss program.  Contact the Center for a free physician referral.

Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation 5300 East Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (888) 842-5200; (561) 848-5200 www.hpbcf.org From home health care to hospice and caregiver support, TrustBridge Health offers support for families facing any stage of illness, 24 hours a day. TrustBridge Health combines organizations that have served our community with love and compassion for 35 years—Hospice of Palm Beach County, Hospice of Broward County, Hospice by the Sea, Focus Care Home Health and Harbor Palliative Care. Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital 1005 Joe DiMaggio Drive Hollywood, FL 33021 (954) 265-5324 www.jdch.com Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital is one of the region’s leading pediatric hospitals, offering a comprehensive scope of healthcare services and programs in a childfriendly atmosphere. A full-service hospital, we treat minor illnesses, trauma-related accidents and some of the most complex medical conditions. The hospital is staffed 24 hours a day


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by world-class pediatricians, pediatric specialists, specialty-trained nurses and ancillary support staff. Today, more than 650 physicians are on the medical staff Jupiter Medical Center 1210 S. Old Dixie Highway Jupiter, FL 33458 (561) 263-2234 www.jupitermed.com A not-for-profit 327-bed regional medical center consisting of 207 private acutecare hospital beds and 120 long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation and hospice beds, Jupiter Medical Center provides a broad range of services with specialty concentrations in oncology, imaging, orthopedics and spine, digestive health, emergency services, lung and thoracic, women’s health, weight management and men’s health. Founded in 19 79 , the Medical Center staffs approximately 575 physicians and 640 volunteers. Jupiter Medical Center is the recipient of the ATHENA Award in Business by the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, for achieving professional excellence, actively serving the community, and helping women to reach their leadership potential. Miami Children’s Hospital – MCH Nicklaus Outpatient Center 11310 Legacy Ave. – Legacy Place Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 www.nicklauschildrens.org As part of Miami Children’s commitment to enhancing service convenience for South Florida families, the hospital has developed several outpatient centers featuring select pediatric services, such as urgent care for babies, children and adolescents up to 21

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years old provided by board-certified pediatric physicians for minor injuries and illnesses. The centers also provide diagnostic services, including walk-in X-ray, and select locations offer MRI and ultrasound. For more information, please visit www.mch.com/ radiology. All diagnostic services require a prescription. Rehabilitation services for infants, children and teens, such as physical, occupational, speech-language, and feeding and swallowing therapies are provided weekdays by appointment during standard medical office hours. Palm Beach County Medical Society 3540 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach 33406 (561) 433-3940 www.pbcms.org The Palm Beach County Medical Society, established in 1919, is a voluntary professional organization comprised of more than 1,400 physicians in all specialties dedicated to serving Palm Beach County residents in matters of health. The Medical Society is dedicated to serving the common interest of the profession, developing and maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards of the medical profession, advocating the interests of physicians and their patients and collaborating with others to improve the community’s health. Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center 3360 Burns Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 622-1411 www.pbgmc.com Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center is a 19 9 -bed acute care hospital serving the medical and health care needs of Palm

Beach County and the Treasure Coast for more than 45 years. The first hospital in Palm Beach County to perform open-heart surgery, The Heart & Vascular Institute at PBGMC offers comprehensive cardiac care including minimally invasive treatment options like Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR), MitraClip and the Hybrid Convergent Procedure. Additional services include orthopedics and joint replacement, a Certified Primary Stroke Center, diagnostic imaging, general and robotic surgery, an epilepsy program and 24-hour emergency care. Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute at St. Mary’s Medical Center 901 45th Street West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 844-5255 www.paleyinstitute.org The Paley Institute offers patients and visiting surgeons the most technologically advanced limb lengthening and deformity correction treatments available in the world today! Dr. Paley has dedicated his career to improving the lives of children and adults who suffer from a wide variety of complex congenital, developmental, and post-traumatic orthopedic conditions. His innovation and forward thinking were the impetus behind Dr. Paley’s dream of dedicating his entire practice to this type of work. Quantum House 987 45th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 494-0515 www.quantumhouse.org Quantum House is a place where hope has a home® for families with children


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receiving treatment in local hospitals for serious medical conditions. It’s the only hospital hospitality house of its kind from Orlando to Fort Lauderdale. The families who cross the threshold are experiencing some of their most difficult times. Their child is receiving treatment at a hospital, and they need to be as close as possible. Situated on the campus of a major medical center, Quantum House gives families the opportunity to be right where they need to be. Hot meals, warm beds, laundry facilities, a food pantry and partnerships with other local nonprofits for additional services—including transportation, emergency financial assistance, resource outreach for funerals, grief counseling, and infant and child needs—are just a sampling of what Quantum House lovingly provides its families. St. Mary’s Medical Center & Palm Beach Children’s Hospital 901 45th St., West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 844-6300 www.stmarysmc.com www.palmbeachchildrenshospital.com St. Mary’s Medical Center is a 464-bed acute-care hospital offering a broad range of services that includes: 24/7 adult and pediatric Level I Trauma Center and emergency care; The Birthplace, featuring highrisk obstetrics and Level III NICU; a Comprehensive Stroke Center; Neuroscience Center; Cancer Center; CARF Rehabilitation Institute; Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center; Dialysis Center; and Imaging Center. Pediatric services are offered at Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, a full-service, acutecare pediatric facility with dedicated staff and a wide range of pediatric specialties

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including a separate and dedicated ER, pediatric oncology, a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), pediatric rehabilitation, pediatric orthopedics, limb lengthening, pediatric surgical services, pediatric sedation, a Cystic Fibrosis Center and a Child Life Team to normalize the hospital experience for children.

TREATMENT CENTERS American Addiction Center 11681 40th St N West Palm Beach, FL 33411 (561) 670-2561 American Addiction Center takes a big picture approach to addiction treatment — by addressing each client as a whole person. Treatment doesn’t just focus on the problem of substance use, we use a positive, hopeful approach that focuses on bringing out individual strengths, motivation, and desire to make positive changes in life. Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches 631 US Highway One North Palm Beach, FL 33408 (888) 432-2467 www.bhpalmbeach.com Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches provides customized treatment to patients suffering from substance abuse and mental disorder. We offer a comprehensive menu of addiction care services, and place an emphasis on treating the whole patient, not just their symptoms. We are state-licensed, accredited by the Joint Commission and have some of the nation’s leading mental health professionals working on our staff.

Grace’s Way Recovery 2200 N. Florida Mango Road, Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 (561) 841-1166 Grace’s Way is an addiction treatment center comprised of committed individuals who are personally and professionally invested in the well-being of patients and their families. Our philosophy is to treat each of our clients with compassion and love as they become part of our extended family. Our promise is to help them find hope, enter the road to recovery and embrace life with a newfound inner strength, courage and purpose. Hanley Foundation 700 South Dixie Highway, Suite 103 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 268-2355 www.hanleyfoundation.org Hanley Foundation’s mission is to provide substance abuse prevention and education programs for parents, caregivers and school-age children. In addition, the foundation provides financial aid scholarships for patients who could not otherwise afford addiction treatment. i-Kare Treatment Center, LLC 2200 N. Florida Mango Road, Suite 301 West Palm Beach, FL 33309 (561) 331-8453 www.ikaretreatmentcenter.com i-Kare Treatment Center’s compassionate, highly trained staff members have devoted themselves to the empathetic and thorough treatment of addiction and its underlying causes. Operational and clinical staff alike will become an integral part of your treatment and recovery from addiction and become lifelong resources to continued suc-


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Kids and their families are at the heart of everything we do. As a leader in pediatric healthcare, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital — uniquely inspired by and designed for children and their families — embodies the Power of Play as a healing force. You feel it in our vibrant, whimsical atmosphere. You see it in our colorful décor, larger-than-life murals, playrooms, relaxation room and spacious Patient and Family Resource Center. You count on it in our clinical expertise and comprehensive scope of services. And you recognize its authenticity in the quality of care our patients and their families receive.

At Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, you’ll find advanced technology and world-class expertise mingling with healthy doses of laughter and play every day. You can count on the extraordinary patient- and family-centered care you’ve come to expect from Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. It permeates everything we do for our patients and the families who entrust them to our care.

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cess. Thanks to a variety of safe and effective treatment solutions, people from all walks of life can enter our facility and find the hope they need to succeed with sobriety. The Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health, Inc. 1041 45th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 383-8000 www.goldenctr.org The Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health, Inc. (formerly known as the Oakwood Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc.) is a private not-for-profit, Joint Commission accredited, community behavioral health care organization and hospital. The mission of the Center is to help clients build resiliency, facilitate recovery and achieve reintegration into the community by designing and delivering behavioral health care services that meet their needs and expectations. Life Changes Addiction Treatment Center 900 Osceola Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 301-1119 www.lifechangesfl.com

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Life Changes Addiction Treatment Center has helped thousands of people and their families who suffer from addiction begin the journey of recovery from alcoholism and drug dependency. Every single person who enrolls in our program has the opportunity to begin a process that will help him or her make the ultimate life change and live a life of freedom from the bondage of drug & alcohol dependency. Reliance Treatment Centers 742 US-1 #110 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 (561) 845-0600 Reliance Treatment Centers is committed to providing the most professional, innovative, and compassionate experience to enable healing, recovery, and sustained wellness of the mind, body and spirit. Reliance Treatment Center delivers individualized and unique custom care approach based on the needs of the patient first and foremost. Sunset House 8800 Sunset Drive Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 627-9701 www.sunsetrecovery.com

Since 1996, Sunset House has treated men with alcoholism and drug addiction issues. We are a licensed Level IV Drug and Alcohol Extended Care Treatment Program and are committed to helping men develop the skills necessary to lead sober, productive and healthy lives. Based on the twelvestep model, our halfway house blends structure with therapy to address the individualâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique emotional, spiritual and physical needs. Our unique living centered program provides men with the tools to regain and live sober, meaningful and productive lives. Total Recovery Now 1718 N. Federal Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460 (561) 822-3620 www.totalrecoverynow.com Total Recovery Now is a comprehensive alcohol and substance treatment center. Our programs offer concurrent rehabilitative regimens for alcohol and drug addiction. Guided by innovative addiction research and revolutionary clinical and patient care, Total Recovery Now aims to help individuals recover from alcohol and drug addiction, maintain abstinence, and gain the skills necessary for a sober life.


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E D U C AT I O N Florida Career College 6058 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, 33417 (561) 408-9910 www.floridacareercollege.edu Florida Career College offers a variety of vocational and trade school programs that give you the skills you need to thrive in the professional world. At our West Palm Beach campus, we offer the following programs: Business Office Adminstration, IT, Computer Network Technician, Medical Assistant Technician, Cosmetology, Medical Front Office & Billing and Patient Care Technician. Florida Atlantic University

HIGHER EDUCATION COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Palm Beach County offers educational, vocational and business training schools. The area is witnessing the continued growth of institutions of higher education, both in numbers and academic quality and reputation. This is helping to further develop a strong, educated workforce that can support existing local business and enhance prospects for new job opportunities. Through collaborative efforts, many of those schools also are creating an environment for continued future advancement. Florida Atlantic University 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton 33431 (561) 297-3000 | (800) 299-4FAU www.fau.edu Florida Atlantic University, established in 1961, officially opened its doors in 1964 as the fifth public university in Florida. Today, the university, with an annual regional economic impact of $6.3 billion, serves more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students at sites throughout its six-county service region in southeast Florida. Classified as a “high research activity” institution by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, FAU is emerging as a major center of discovery and invention. Students can select among more than 180 degree programs as they take part in an exciting collegiate experience that includes on-campus housing, fraternities and sororities, pre-professional organiza-

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tions, social activities and sporting events. FAU students root for 19 intercollegiate teams, including a two-time bowl-winning football team. Florida Atlantic University John D. MacArthur Campus 5353 Parkside Drive, Jupiter 33458 (561) 799-8500 www.fau.edu/jupiter FAU’s John D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter opened in the fall of 1999. The campus presently enrolls more than 1,300 students and offers a broad range of upperdivision and graduate courses. The Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, FAU’s all-honors liberal arts college, is located here. The campus is also home to a thriving Lifelong Learning Society, the Center for Environmental Studies, the Hibel Art Museum and the research facilities of both Scripps Florida and the Max Planck Florida Institute. Florida Atlantic University Public Ethics Academy 777 Glades Road, SO 379 Boca Raton, FL 33431 (561) 297-4049 fau.edu/spa/pea The Public Ethics Academy was first organized by FAU in 2009 to research ethics and provide training for local government agencies. The University-based nature of the Academy allows for the rapid incorporation and dissemination of the latest scholarly research on ethics issues by noted faculty for the Academy’s training programs.

Lynn University 3601 North Military Trail Boca Raton, FL 33431 (561) 237-7000 www.lynn.edu Lynn University is an independent, innovative college based in Boca Raton, Florida. With more than 2,000 students from 9 0 countries and nearly all-50 U.S. states, the school is consistently ranked among the top five most international schools by U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges. Lynn’s NCAA Division II Fighting Knights have won 22 national titles, its Conservatory of Music features a world-renowned faculty of performers, and its nationally recognized Institute for Achievement and Learning empowers students with learning differences to become independent learners. The school’s Dialogues of Learning curriculum, award-winning iPad program and international student base help Lynn graduates gain the intellectual flexibility and global experience to fulfill their potential in an everchanging world. Keiser University 2085 Vista Parkway West Palm Beach 33411 (561) 471-6000 Keiser University Flagship Campus, 2600 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach 33409 (561) 478-5500 www.keiseruniversity.edu Dr. Arthur Keiser and Evelyn Keiser of the Keiser family founded Keiser University in 19 77 when they recognized a need in the community for quality career educa-


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tion with a hands-on orientation, small class sizes and innovative scheduling to accommodate working adults. Today, Keiser University is comprised of 15 campuses throughout Florida, the Graduate School, College of Golf and Sport Administration and online and international divisions. The university offers more than 100 doctoral through associate degrees serving approximately 20,000 students in health care, information technology, business, legal, criminal justice, culinary arts, education, and other indemand career fields.

(561) 803-2000 www.pba.edu Founded in 1968, Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) is a comprehensive Christian university offering undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees, with campuses in West Palm Beach, Orlando, Wellington and online. PBA offers over more than 50 undergraduate degrees, plus master’s programs in business administration, and a new masters of accountancy, counseling, leadership, ministry and nursing, as well as professional degrees in nursing practice and pharmacy.

Nova Southeastern University 11501 North Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens 33410 (561) 805-2100 www.nova.edu For more than 50 years, Nova Southeastern University (NSU) has distinguished itself as an innovative, progressive and groundbreaking institution of higher learning and research. NSU’s Palm Beach campus offers programs to students and employers in convenient formats. Program offerings include bachelor’s degrees in education, business and respiratory therapy and master’s degrees in business administration, leadership/education, mental health counseling, nursing, school counseling and speech-language pathology. Specialist degrees in education and school psychology are offered as well as doctoral programs in pharmacy, nursing and education.

Palm Beach State College 4200 Congress Ave. Lake Worth 33461 (561) 967-7222 | (866) 576-7222 www.palmbeachstate.edu Serving 48,000 students annually, Palm Beach State College is the largest institution of higher education in Palm Beach County, providing bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, career certificates and lifelong learning. More Palm Beach County high school graduates choose to enroll at Palm Beach State than at any other institution of higher learning. Established in 19 33 as Florida’s first public community college, the College offers more than 130 programs of study at campuses in Lake Worth, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens, Loxahatchee Groves and Belle Glade. Convenient and accessible, Palm Beach State is also affordable: Its in-state tuition is the lowest in the state and the 15th-lowest in the nation among public institutions offering four-year or higher degrees, according to the U.S. Department of Education’s College Affordability and Transparency Center.

Palm Beach Atlantic University 901 S. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach 33401

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Empire Beauty School 4258 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 33409 (561) 615-4265 www.empire.edu Empire Beauty School of West Palm Beach is one of this leading group of cosmetology schools’ newest locations, offering career training at a beautifully modern and eco-friendly beauty school. Empire’s educational programs include technical training as well as learning the business side of the industry. Students develop fundamental and advanced skills throughout their training.

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS 211 Helpline ........................................211 Adult Education Center ......(561) 616-7800 Boys & Girls Club ..............(561) 683-3287 CareerSource Palm Beach County..................(561) 340-1060 County Library Department ....................(561) 233-2600 Children’s Service Council ............................(561) 740-7000 Department of Children & Families ........................(866) 762-2237 Early Learning Coalition......(561) 514-3300 Federal Student Aid ..........(800) 366-3475 Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program ......(888) 827-2004 Florida Prepaid College Plans ..................(800) 552-4723 Healthy Beginnings ............(888) 634-7900 School District....................(561) 434-8000 School District Choice/ Magnet Programs ............(561) 434-8755 School District Food


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Service/Cafeteria ............(561) School District Free & Reduced Meals ............(561) School District Home Education Office ..............(561) School District Police ........(561) School District Records/ Transcripts ......................(561) School District Transportation..................(561)

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Upon initial enrollment in a school, a student or parent must produce two current documents reflecting the correct residential street address. Post office boxes, private mailbox addresses or commercial establishment addresses are insufficient. Examples of acceptable documents reflecting residential street addresses are as follows: n Home or cellular telephone bill n Electric bill n Rent receipt with the name of the tenant and landlord and contact informa-

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schools.org/Forms/Documents/0636.p df n School records or latest report card n Certification of a physical/health examination (submitted within 30 school days, if not available at the time of registration) n Florida Certificate of Immunization To find out the school(s) assigned to your residence, call Boundaries at (561) 434-8100 or visit www.palmbeach schools.org/planning/boundaries. NOTE: School enrollment must not be denied to families who are and will be unable to provide two documents of proof of address due to extenuating or hardship circumstances. In such cases where the family is unable to provide two documents of proof, an Affidavit of Residence Form (PBSD 1866)  shall be completed by the parent.

Registration Documents n A Completed Registration Form. You can obtain this form from your school or download one from www.palmbeach-

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With five convenient campuses, small class sizes, stellar professors, and low tuition rates, we help students excel with ease and confidence while preparing them for the careers of today and tomorrow.

tion for all parties Lease agreement with name of tenant and landlord and contact information for all parties Mortgage Home purchase contract including specific closing date, with copy of the deed to be provided within 30 days of closing date State of Florida driver’s license State of Florida identification card Automobile insurance policy Credit card statement United States Postal Service confirmation of address change Evidence of correspondence, including a stamped, addressed, postmarked envelope delivered to the home address Declaration of Domicile form from the County Records Department

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vision for their child. A Medical Treatment Form should be completed, if needed Evidence of Physical Examination listed above Students, grades Pre-K and K-12, entering a Florida school for the first time must present evidence of a medical examination performed within 12 months prior to their initial enrollment listed above

Evidence of Immunization n Florida Certificate of Immunization (Form DH 680) n Temporary exemption (Form DH 680 Part B) or n Permanent medical exemption (Form DH 680 Part C) n Permanent medical exemption (if immunization is contraindicated for one or all) n Religious exemption (Form DH 681)

IMMUNIZATIONS Florida Certificate of Immunization, Form DH 680, is the only document schools are permitted to accept as proof of immunization. Vaccinations may be obtained through your local physician, primary care clinics or Palm Beach County Health Department Health Centers and/or the Palm Beach Health Department Immunization Van located throughout the county. Immunization Requirements by Grade Level Students entering Kindergarten through Grade 12 for School Year FY17 will be required to submit documentation of the following on the Florida Certification of Immunization form DH 680: DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus and

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Pertussis), or DTP or DT series: five doses Polio series: four doses If the fourth dose of polio vaccine is administered prior to the fourth birthday, a fifth dose of polio vaccine is required for entry into kindergarten. MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella): two doses Hepatitis B vaccine series: three doses Varicella vaccine (chickenpox): two doses Varicella vaccine is not required if the child has documentation of history of varicella disease. Students entering seventh grade in School FY17 will be required to submit documentation of the following information: TDaP (Tetanus/Diphtheria and Pertussis booster) These requirements are in addition to first-time school entry requirements of: DTaP series, Polio series, MMR series (two doses), Hepatitis B series and varicella (two doses). By the time a child starts school, he/she should have already had a number of required immunizations. However, proof of updates, boosters and series completion is required to enter Palm Beach County schools for the first time and to advance to some grade levels. A physical is required for entrance to pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and students entering seventh grade. Proof of the following is required for new students, transfer students and entry to some grade levels: (DTaP): five doses (four if last dose is given after fourth birthday) (REQUIREDÂ GRADES PRE-K THROUGH 12) Polio series: four or five doses (last dose must be given on or after the fourth birthday and before kindergarten) (REQUIRED GRADES PRE-K THROUGH 12)

MMR: two doses (first dose on or after first birthday, and the second dose after age 4 May also be given as two doses of MMRV (MMR and varicella combined) (REQUIRED GRADES PRE-K THROUGH 12) Hepatitis B: three doses (REQUIRED FOR GRADES PRE-K THROUGH 12) TDaP booster: one dose (REQUIRED GRADES 7 THROUGH 12) Varicella: one dose (or provider documentation of chickenpox) (REQUIRED GRADES PRE-K AND 7-12) Two doses (or provider documentation of chickenpox) (REQUIRED FOR KINDERGARTEN THROUGH SIXTH GRADE) Immunization appointments can be made at Palm Beach County Health Centers. For immunization information and van locations, call (561) 840-4568. For appointments, call (561) 625-5180 or tollfree at (855) 438-2778.

PHYSICAL EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS Students are required by Florida Statute 1003.22 and school board policy to present, at the time of entry, valid documentation of a health examination performed within one year prior to the first date of entry. Physical examinations are required for Palm Beach County students entering preK, kindergarten and seventh grade, and should be presented on the School Health Entry Exam form DH 3040. Transfer students from within the state of Florida should present records that reflect physical examinations having been performed for at least kindergarten and seventh grade. Physical examinations are also required for first-time entry of all transfer students from outside the state of Florida, or from another country, regardless of grade.

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making informed, educational decisions leading to post-secondary education and career options in order to compete in today’s technology-driven, global society. Its vision is to graduate students prepared for the demands of the 21st century. The department’s schools feature more than 280 award-winning Career Academies and Choice Programs serving pre-K through 12th-grade students throughout the district, offering students innovative teaching techniques, unique opportunities for in-depth study in specific themed areas and “industry certifications” that prepare them for immediate workforce employment in areas such as: n Aerospace Science n Animation/Computer Science/ Information Technology/Cybersecurity n Biomedical Informatics n Biomedical Sciences/Biotechnology/ Equine/Medical Science/Pre-Veterinary n Business/Entrepreneurship/ Finance/Marketing/Sports Marketing n Construction/Drafting n Criminal Justice/Law n Culinary Arts/Hospitality and Tourism n Digital Design/TV and Film Production n Early Childhood Education n Engineering n Environmental Research n Fire Science n JROTC—Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines n Leadership Academies n Montessori n Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) n Multimedia, Music and Communication n Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) n Spanish Dual Language n Visual, Performing & Communication Arts Four International Baccalaureate (IB) programs support an IB K-12 continuum that provides accelerated learning in all curriculum areas. The programs are offered at five elementary (Primary Years Programme), four middle (Middle Years Programme), and five high schools (Diploma Programme). Three high schools also offer the International Baccalaureate Career Programme, designed for students who wish to participate in the IB Diploma Programme while also completing a Career

Education pathway. The application process runs November through January of each school year for the following school year. For a list of schools, application process and further information, interested families can visit www.palmbeachschools.org/choiceprograms.

CHARTER SCHOOLS The School District of Palm Beach County is the sponsor of more than 41 charter schools. The Charter Department provides academic, financial, operational and technical assistance to these charter schools. What is a Charter School? Charter schools are public schools that are a part of Florida’s program of public education. The School Board of Palm Beach County is the sponsor of the charter schools located in Palm Beach County, Florida. What are the charter schools’ statutory guiding principles, purposes and requirements? Charter schools’ guiding principles include the following: 1. Meet high standards of student achievement while providing parents flexibility to choose among diverse educational opportunities within the state’s public school system. 2. Promote enhanced academic success and financial efficiency by aligning responsibility with accountability. 3. Provide parents with sufficient information on whether their child is reading

at grade level and whether the child gains at least a year’s worth of learning for every year spent in the charter school. The charter schools’ mandatory and optional purposes are stated in Florida Statute 1002.33, subsection (2). In addition, charter schools must fulfill all of the requirements set forth in Florida j18 Statute 1002.33, subsection (9). Who is eligible to attend a Charter School? A charter school in Palm Beach County shall be open to any student covered in an inter-district agreement or residing in the School District of Palm Beach County. However, in the case of a charter lab school, the charter lab school shall be open to any student eligible to attend the lab school as provided in Florida Statute 1002.32 or who resides in the school district in which the charter lab school is located. What is the enrollment process for a charter school? The charter school shall enroll an eligible student who submits a timely application, unless the number of applications exceeds the capacity of a program, class, grade level or building. In such cases, all applicants shall have an equal chance of being admitted through a random election process. Where can I obtain information about a specific charter school? You should contact the charter school directly. Information about all charter schools can be found in the Directory of Charter Schools at www.palmbeachschools.org/charter/Index

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he arts in the Palm Beaches run an impressive year-round gamut, whether you’re interested in string quartets in intimate theaters or street art painted on warehouse doors. Ranging from individualized education in the arts to galleries that display precious works, the Palm Beaches serve as a nucleus of ingenuity. The county boasts its own version of Shakespeare in the Park, the free Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival, every summer in Jupiter, while the arts season— November through April, roughly—welcomes worldclass lecturers in the picturesque buildings of the Society of the Four Arts; locally curated and nationally touring art exhibitions at venues like the Norton Museum; plays, operas and ballets from the region’s most talented artists; and star-studded multidisciplinary events such as Festival of the Arts Boca, which runs for 10 days in March. Our museums are second to none, celebrating modern art, prizewinning photography and local history, and offering invaluable edutainment for children and adults thirsty for cultural enrichment. If you prefer your art outdoors and in motion, don’t miss the biyearly International Kinetic Art Exhibition and Symposium, which returns to Boynton Beach in February. Local professional theater companies include Palm Beach Dramaworks, which stages classic and contemporary masterpieces from the glittering Don & Ann Brown Theatre in West Palm Beach; and MNM Productions, which produces esteemed musicals every spring summer from West Palm Beach’s Kravis Center. The latter venue also plays host to the esteemed Palm Beach Opera and Miami City Ballet, two regional organizations with national reach. From casual Sunday matinees to exciting late night shows, you can find it in the Palm Beaches. Treat your-

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self to the following venues and events for some no-fail cultural options, or contact the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County for updates on countywide events: Cultural Council of Palm Beach County 601 Lake Ave., Lake Worth 33460 (561) 471-2901 www.palmbeachculture.com Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens 253 Barcelona Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-5328 www.ansg.org Located in the historic El Cid neighborhood is the historic home, intact artist studio and gardens of Ann Weaver Norton (19 05-19 82), featuring nine monolithic sculptures. The Gardens’ assemblage of more than 250 rare palm species, cycads and unusual tropicals is recognized as one of the largest public collections in Florida. Armory Art Center 1700 Parker Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-1776 | www.armoryart.org The mission of the Armory Art Center is to inspire the creation and experience of art. The Armory Art Center has provided high-quality visual arts instruction for three decades. Housed in an historic Art Deco building, the Armory provides art classes for students of all ages, exhibitions, art salons, lectures and special events. Held in 12 state-of-the-art studios with nearly 20,000 square feet of classroom space, nearly 300 courses are offered including ceramics, digital arts, drawing, glass, jewelry, painting, printmaking, fiber and sculpture. Twenty exhibitions are hosted annually in our three galleries. The Armory Annex in Lake Worth is located at 1121 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth. Use of this building was awarded to the Armory by the Lake Worth CRA in order to enhance the thriving and vibrant Lake Worth art community.


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Canvas Outdoor Museum—Canvas Art Charities

Canvas Outdoor Museum—Canvas Art Charities P.O. Box 4753 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 (561) 714-4262 | www.canvaswpb.org Billed as the nation’s largest outdoor museum show, Canvas brings together the most innovative contemporary artists, collectors and art influencers from around the world each November. Championing art in public places, Canvas transforms landscapes into an interactive art experience. It activates spaces and engages with the city from concept to completion, in a nexus between artists and their community. The event is produced by Canvas Art Charities, a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding the visual arts and enriching the community through public installations, exhibitions, education and events to foster social and economic outcomes. Flagler Museum One Whitehall Way Palm Beach, FL 33480 (561) 655-2833 | www.flaglermuseum.us The Flagler Museum is the former home of Henry Morrison Flagler. Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railway and luxury hotels linked Florida’s east coast, establishing Palm Beach as a premier winter resort. Today, Whitehall, Flagler’s Gilded Age estate in Palm Beach, completed in 1902, is open to the public as the Flagler Museum, and is a National Historic Landmark. Mandel Public Library of WPB 401 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 868.7700 | www.mycitylibrary.org The Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach works to create inspired lives by connecting people

with information and ideas. Your class is invited to “Explore KidSpace” for a private tour of the children’s department. Students K-3 will enjoy an interactive literature program and hands-on extension activity. Grades four and five get to complete an exciting resource scavenger hunt. These visits familiarize students with the educational as well as fun resources and services at their local library. Norton Museum of Art 1451 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-5196 www.norton.org The Norton Museum of Art is one of the Southeast’s premier art museums and is known for the quality and depth of its extensive collections of photography, and American, contemporary, Chinese and European art, as well as its innovative educational programming. The museum is proud to offer free admission to all guests through December 2018, as it constructs a long-anticipated expansion to its property that, when completed, will feature a 210-seat auditorium, 12,000 new square feet of gallery space, a new sculpture garden and a 9,000-square-foot event lawn. Art-loving night owls can visit the museum until 9 p.m. on Thursday evenings for the Norton’s weekly Art After Dark series, featuring live music, film screenings, museum tours, wine and more. Palm Beach Maritime Museum 2400 N. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-7428 | (561) 723 -2028 www.pbmm.info View exhibits at the museum’s Lake Worth Lagoon Education Center in Currie Park, including the new Kennedy exhibit that features memorabilia from the Kennedy era and artifacts from the Bunker located on Peanut Island (circa 1961). The Kennedy Bunker was a nuclear fallout shelter and command post for President John F. Kennedy while at his Palm Beach estate in case of nuclear attack during the Cold War and, if needed, could have been used during the Cuban Missile Crisis. G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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C U LT U R E & T H E A R T S and saltwater aquarium, full-dome digital planetarium, new Florida conservationthemed miniature golf course, and much more. A mind-opening experience for all!

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Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Palm Beach Photographic Center 415 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 253-2600 | www.workshop.org Palm Beach Photographic Centre is a nonprofit cultural organization dedicated to the enrichment of life through the photographic arts. PBPC is esteemed throughout the United States and beyond as a quintessential center of the photography world, housing both an excellent museum and an acclaimed school. Museum exhibitions explore the entire spectrum of photography from the historic through the cutting-edge. The school offers a wide range of educational programming from mastering basic techniques to investigating the latest innovations in photography and digital media. Richard & Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum 300 N. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-4164 | www.hspbc.org Located in the Historic 19 16 Courthouse, the admission-free Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum brings history to life for residents and visitors. Maintained and operated by the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, the Museum enriches our schools’ curricula by making local history accessible, interesting and meaningful. The Museum features two permanent galleries—the People Gallery and the Places Gallery—as well as a special gallery that changes topic

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annually. Short-term local and traveling exhibitions from across the country are displayed in the historic courtroom gallery. In addition to the Museum, the HSPBC impacts all ages in schools, the community, and online through a Traveling Educational Trunk Program, PBCHistoryOnline.org, afternoon and evening lecture series, and other programs. Society of the Four Arts 2 Four Arts Plaza Palm Beach, FL 33480 (561) 655-7226 | www.fourarts.org Since its founding in 1936, the Four Arts has offered a dynamic lineup of cultural programs, including art exhibitions, notable speakers, concerts, films and educational programs. The campus is home to beautiful sculpture and botanical gardens, a library and children’s library, and a state-of-the-art building offering lifelong learning opportunities. All programs are open to the public. South Florida Science Center and Aquarium 4801 Dreher Trail N. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 (561) 832-1988 www.sfsciencecenter.org The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium provides curious minds of all ages with an entertaining and educational journey through the latest discoveries in science and technology. Named South Florida Parenting’s 2017 Kids Crown Winner for Best Museum, SFSCA features more than 100 interactive exhibits, an immersive fresh

Clematis by Night Every Thursday 6-9 p.m. Palm Stage West Palm Beach Waterfront˜ (561) 822-1515 www.wpb.org/events Clematis by Night is West Palm Beach’s “Hot Spot to Chill” drawing thousands of people to this weekly concert series. This free waterfront celebration features great live music, mouth-watering food, sidewalk shopping and fun activities for families to enjoy such as the popular fountain. Palm Beach Opera 415 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 833-7888 | www.pbopera.org Since 19 61, Palm Beach Opera has consistently produced operas at an international standard of excellence, and has provided vital education and community programming in Palm Beach County. The opera’s season runs from December to April, with its free, outdoor Opera @ The Waterfront concert held at the Meyer Amphitheater, and all mainstage opera performances held at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. All operas are performed in the original language, with English supertitles. Palm Beach Pops 801 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 9 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 832-7677 | www.palmbeachpops.org The Palm Beach Pops is a 23-year-old nonprofit organization. As an integral part of the cultural arts community in South Florida, The Palm Beach Pops is known as one of the finest orchestras in the country and is committed to attracting and exciting audiences with world-class performances and internationally celebrated artists. Third Sunday on the Waterfront Third Sunday of each month from 4-7 p.m. Meyer Amphitheater, 104 Datura St., West Palm Beach (561) 822-1515 | www.wpb.org/events


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Sunday On The Waterfront is the City of West Palm Beachâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s popular monthly concert series featuring national entertainers, kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; activities, food and refreshments in a relaxed outdoor atmosphere. Parking is free on Sundays in the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s garages and at the city meters. Young Singers of the Palm Beaches 701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 659-2332 | yspb.org Formed only 13 years ago, The Young Singers of the Palm Beaches is the areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s award-winning childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s choir. Housed at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, more than 300 singers attend weekly rehearsals divided into six choirs based on age, grade, ability and gender. They tour internationally and nationally, as well as perform at many local events and collaborate with other local arts and cultural organizations. The organization has received three MUSE Awards from the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County in the last five years.

The choir is open to all singers in grades two to 12. Students receive challenging and rewarding instruction in music theory, vocal technique and performance skills. Young Singers members learn teamwork and leadership skills, build selfesteem, make new friends and set realistic and obtainable goals. Young Singers members obtain life skills through music education. Members consist of public, private and home-schooled children.

THEATER Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center Palm Beach State College 1977 College Dr. Belle Glade, FL 33430 (561) 993-1160 www.dollyhand.org The Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center is 467-seat theatre that presents a variety of offerings that include drama, music, dance, arts education programs, festivals and art exhibits.

Duncan Theatre Palm Beach State College 4200 Congress Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33461 Box Office: (561) 868-3309 www.duncantheatre.org Looking for a great concert or jawdropping modern dance performance? Into jazz? Golden oldies? Rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;n roll? World music? Or are you looking to spend a magical Saturday morning at the theater with your child? Then head to Palm Beach State Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Duncan Theatre in Lake Worth, where live performances and concerts offer a fresh alternative to the ordinary. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s truly something for everyone and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re never far from the action on stage at the intimate Duncan Theatre! Eissey Campus Theatre Palm Beach State College 11051 Campus Drive Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 207-5900 www.eisseycampustheatre.org This 750 seat professional facility pres-

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C U LT U R E & T H E A R T S ents a season of artists and professional performances with its Arts in the Gardens, Rockin’ Radio in the Gardens and the Goldner Family Fun Series. They are also home to many local community performing groups. Florida Atlantic University Student Union Box Office Carole & Barry Kaye Performing Arts Auditorium 777 Glades Road, Building 31, Room 203 Boca Raton, FL 33431 (800) 564-9539 www.fauevents.com Florida Atlantic University presents concerts, plays, dance performances and other events, including the annual Larkin Symposium on the American Presidency, featuring a nationally acclaimed journalist or historian each February. FAU’s Boca campus also is home to Living Room Theaters, a four-screen cinema showcasing the best in international and independent films, and Theatre Lab, a professional theater company specializing in world-premiere plays and

musicals. Call the box office or visit the website for more information. Maltz Jupiter Theatre 1001 E. Indiantown Road Jupiter, FL 33477 (561) 575-2223 | (800) 445-1666 www.jupitertheatre.org The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,000 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres and has earned numerous Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s highest honor for artistic excellence, including the prestigious Bill Von Maurer Award for Theatrical Excellence.

Palm Beach Atlantic University 901 S. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 803-2970 | www.pba.edu/performances Palm Beach Atlantic University provides the community a varied schedule of live musical, dance and theatrical performances. Many of the events are free or at reasonable ticket prices. Events are held on the downtown West Palm Beach campus as well as the University’s Fern Street Theatre. Palm Beach Dramaworks 201 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 514-4042 www.palmbeachdramaworks.org Palm Beach Dramaworks has been committed to enhancing the quality of life through the transformative power of live theatre since its founding in 2000. Guided by what it calls “theatre to think about,” PBD has distinguished itself with vibrant productions of classic, contemporary and overlooked plays that inspire, engage, challenge and entertain audiences. Come and see what all the excitement is about!

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Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts 701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-7469 | kravis.org The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is a not-for-profit multipurpose performing arts center with the 2,195seat Dreyfoos Concert Hall, the 300-seat Rinker Playhouse and the 300-seat Persson Hall. The Center’s Cohen Pavilion houses the Weiner Banquet Center, Gimelstob Ballroom and Harris Family Foundation Pre-Function Hall. It also houses The Picower Foundation Arts Education Center and the Elmore Family Business Center for the Arts. Catering by The Breakers at the Kravis Center provides food and beverage service at the Center. West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District (A&E District) (561) 833-8873 www.downtownwpbarts.com The A&E District is a centralized collection of more than 20 inspiring arts and entertainment venues; art and history

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Accommodations, Shopping & Dining

Palm Beach Outlets

ACCOMMODATIONS Vacationing in the Palm Beaches can be a very luxurious experience as the county is home to some of the world’s finest resorts, quaint bed & breakfasts, cozy inns and peace-inducing spas. There are also business suites and numerous big-name hotels that can accommodate every budget. In fact, there are over 200 hotels offering more than 16,000 guestrooms. West Palm Beach is host to a number of beautifully appointed bed & breakfasts that offer a Florida lifestyle with their lush gardens. The city is also a charming landscape to some boutique hotels that offer modern furnishings that truly set themselves apart. Waterfront accommodations flow with the Palm Beaches coastline and offer picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean as well as the Intracoastal Waterway. From the prestigious resorts of Palm Beach and Manalapan to Singer Island’s superior locales, visitors in search of luxury and a view will not be disappointed. Speaking of luxury, the accommodations available

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to those looking to indulge while vacationing in the Palm Beaches are plentiful. From world-renowned resorts to the finest dining, secluded beaches and designer shopping, visitors are able to make their time in the county truly memorable. The Palm Beaches offer various amenities and services to meet the needs of all types of visitors. Families enjoy kids camps and babysitting services at many local hotels, while business travelers find on-site conference rooms and business centers make their trip more convenient. There are also several hotels near Palm Beach International Airport that make traveling to and from the Palm Beaches a breeze. During the cooler months, our area attracts a good number of “snow birds,” seasonal visitors who relish the opportunity to winter in the Palm Beaches. For those staying longer than a week, there are numerous rental options that feature an array of recreational facilities such as golf, tennis and swimming. Of course “the season,” which is the height of the county’s population influx that begins in mid-autumn and ends in early spring, also brings typically higher lodging rates. If you’re looking for a steal of a deal, plan on vacationing during the warmer summer months when many hotels offer inexpensive packages—you’ll also enjoy the slower pace and less-crowded attractions and restaurants during this time. Be sure to check out the Buyer’s Guide of this publication for a complete list of Chamber member accommodations.


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Harbourside Place

DINING & NIGHTLIFE Palm Beach County is home to some of the best restaurants in the country, and whether you are looking to spend a night on the town or looking for a sophisticated lunch locale, the Palm Beaches are alive with dining and nightlife choices. From steak and seafood restaurants to French and fusion, the cuisine options are simply endless. Foodies looking to tantalize their taste buds can visit the plethora of heavenly establishments on the island of Palm Beach and in downtown West Palm Beach. The dining offered in each of these locations complements the lively nightlife scene including nightclubs, comedy clubs, lounges and bars. When traveling both north and south of West Palm Beach and Palm Beach you will find an array of fare and nightlife choices. Those looking for atmosphere and a bite will find that restaurants in the Palm Beaches take full advantage of the waterway views, from the sandfloored bars and fine seafood hideaways lining the Jupiter Inlet to the happening nightlife of Clematis

Street and CityPlace in West Palm Beach to Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. From the sophistication of Palm Beach to Boca Raton and Mizner Park to the laid-back charm of Lake Worth, Palm Beach County abounds with exceptional places to spend an afternoon or a whole evening. For more information on great restaurants and nightlife in the Palm Beaches, be sure to see the Buyer’s Guide in this publication.

SHOPPING Shoppers hoping to stock up on name-brand couture, casual attire for South Florida’s beachside escapes, and top-of-the-line electronics for work and play can find everything on their wish list in the Palm Beaches. The county offers beautiful indoor malls, artfully designed outdoor shopping enclaves, the who’s-who in the fashion world, antique shops and Palm Beach County’s newest shopping destination, The Palm Beach Outlets, all readily available for your shopping adventure. The world’s most exclusive retailers can be found in Palm Beach’s many shopping areas, including The Palm Beach Outlets, Royal Poinciana Way, South County Road and, of course, the famed Worth Avenue. From Boca Raton, with its luxe boutiques in Mizner Park and Royal Palm Place, to Jupiter’s Harbourside Place just steps from the Intracoastal, the retail stores in the Palm Beaches offer a rich variety of items that make a shopping trip in paradise even more enticing. G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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S H O P P I N G , D I N I N G & A C C O M M O D AT I O N S CityPlace 700 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 366-1000 | www.cityplace.com CityPlace is a dynamic and energetic shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Palm Beach County. Located in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach, it offers an amazing fashion mix of more than 40 shops including Natuzzi, Victoria’s Secret, H&M and Charming Charlie. CityPlace is also home to more than 30 destination restaurants such as Cheesecake Factory, Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers and Ruth’s Chris Steak House. The experience is one of a kind with a spectacular show fountain surrounded by an open-air plaza and Mediterranean architecture. Come to shop, dine or just take in a movie. The experience will bring you back again. Harbourside Place 200 US Highway One Jupiter, FL 33477 (561) 935-9533 www.harboursideplace.com Harbourside Place is the premier down-

town destination for shopping, dining, luxury hotel accommodations, entertainment and boating. Nestled along Jupiter’s Intracoastal Waterway, Harbourside Place conveys that classic, coastal vibe. Savor the flavors in one of the mouthwatering restaurants; shop in more than 15 national and specialty stores; stay in the spectacular Wyndham Grand Jupiter Hotel; dock your boat in one of the public or private boat slips at the marina; and revel in live entertainment at the center’s waterfront amphitheater. Harbourside Place offers free, live music, yoga, tai chi and other events weekly at the amphitheater, and a seasonal farmers market. Palm Beach Outlets 1801 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.palmbeachoutlets.com Palm Beach Outlets is the newest shopping destination in South Florida. Shop and save 20-70 percent off America’s most desired brands at more than 100 outlets including Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Puma Outlet, Tommy Hilfiger Company Store, GUESS, Banana Republic Factory

Store, Nine West Outlet and more! Real brands, unreal savings. Conveniently located at I-95 and Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard in the heart of West Palm Beach with ample free parking. West Palm Beach GreenMarket Weekly Outdoor Farmer’s Market Saturdays (October through May), 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., FREE West Palm Beach Waterfront (561) 822-1515 | www.wpb.org/events The area’s first and premier greenmarket, located on the scenic West Palm Beach Waterfront. Guests can shop 80 vendors selling the freshest produce, baked goods, plants, exotic flowers, herbs, gourmet and specialty foods and much more. Also features unlimited mimosas for $10, free kids’ activities and live music. The West Palm Beach GreenMarket was featured as The Best Farmer’s Market in Florida by Cooking Light magazine in its compilation of America’s 50 Best Farmer’s Markets in May 2015. Admission is free, and the market is pet-friendly.

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alm Beach County is South Florida’s home to some of the most exciting activities and events, ranging from outdoor recreation and concerts to family fun activities for children of all ages. Renowned for its waterfront, Palm Beach County visitors will find that this irreplaceable setting is taken advantage of in more ways than one. On the island of Palm Beach, take a relaxing Segway tour, or in West Palm, watch the land become the sea and experience downtown West Palm in an all-new way as you take an amphibious tour. West Palm Beach offers breezy transportation around central shopping and sightseeing locations on inviting bright red trolleys. Visitors and residents find no shortage of adventures with attractions such as SunFest, or having water parks and marinas at their fingertips. The South Florida Fairgrounds offer fun-filled events for children and adults year-round. You certainly will not want to miss out on any of these memorable experiences while on your Palm Beach vacation.

FAMILY FUN 4th on Flagler Independence Day Celebration, July 4, 5-10 p.m., FREE West Palm Beach Waterfront (561) 822-1515 | www.wpb.org/events South Florida’s largest free outdoor Independence Day celebration featuring two stages of entertainment including national recording artists, kids’ activities, delicious food and drink vendors and an 18-minute fireworks extravaganza over the Intracoastal Waterway. Blue Heron Fishing Fleet 389 E. Blue Heron Blvd. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 (561) 844-3573 | www.blueheronfishing.com Blue Heron Fishing Fleet is Palm Beach County’s premier family fishing attraction. Family-owned and operated for more than 50 years, we have the largest and

most comfortable Coast Guard-inspected vessels with two locations to serve you. From Riviera Beach or Jupiter Inlet, we will provide you a safe and memorable day at sea. Downtown West Palm Beach (561) 833-8873 | www.downtownwpb.com Discover a now side of Downtown West Palm Beach; a centrally-located, urban environment full of energy and rich with history, premier arts and cultural venues, family-friendly events, unique boutiques and festive dining destinations and nightlife. Just take a walk and see for yourself! Edged by the dramatic Intracoastal waterfront, it serves as the county’s government center and the city’s historic core for more than a century. Downtown West Palm Beach Trolley (561) 833-8873 | www.downtownwpb.com/trolley The Downtown Trolley is a free and convenient way to help you get around town. Whether you’re running errands, shopping, heading to work or going to one of our premier special events; there’s a trolley for you. Trolley stops are located throughout downtown including stops at Tri-Rail, CityPlace, and hotels. Grassy Waters Preserve 8264 Northlake Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33412 (561) 804-4985 | www.wpb.org/grassywaters Grassy Waters Preserve is a 23 square mile wetlands ecosystem that serves as the freshwater supply for the City of West Palm Beach. Historically, Grassy Waters was both a key component of the Greater Everglades ecosystem and the headwaters of the Loxahatchee River. The Preserve features a nature center, accessible boardwalk trails, hiking, biking, guided canoe and kayak programs, and more! Open Mon-Sat, 8am-4:30pm, Sun 8:30am-5pm. Nature Center and boardwalk is closed on city holidays. Lion Country Safari 2003 Lion Country Safari Road Loxahatchee (561) 793-1084 | www.lioncountrysafari.com Lion Country Safari, located on Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach, offers two parks for one price. Take a four-mile safari drive with hundreds of animals roaming free, then visit Safari World Amusement Park with animal encounters/demonstrations, rides, games, water park, shopping, food and thrills. Open daily, voted best local attraction! G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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South Florida Science Center & Aquarium

Palm Beach Ice Works 1590 N. Florida Mango Road West Palm Beach, FL 33409 (561) 656-4046 | www.pbiw.org Palm Beach Ice Works is an Olympicsize ice skating rink located in West Palm Beach. Besides figure skating and hockey, the rink offers public skate times on weekends and during the week when school is not in session. It is the perfect venue for a child’s birthday party, a fun field trip for school or camp or even a corporate event. Learn to Skate classes are offered at several convenient times during the week as well as a weekly Learn to Play Hockey class. Additionally, check us out for summer and holiday camp opportunities. Take a look at our website for more information on how to cool off in South Florida regardless of the weather outside. Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society 1301 Summit Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 (561) 547-9453 (WILD) www.palmbeachzoo.org Palm Beach Zoo houses 500+ animals, many of them endangered, within 23 acres of lush tropical habitat. The Zoo exhibits tigers, monkeys, and cool animals from all over the world! Fun for all ages: 11 daily shows & talks, wildlife carousel, safari train, an interactive play fountain to splash the time away, a full-service Tropics Café restaurant overlooking beautiful Baker Lake, over 50 family-friendly events annually. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Panther Ridge Conservation Center 14755 Palm Beach Point Blvd. Wellington (561) 795-8914 www.pantherridgecc.org Panther Ridge Conservation Center is home, haven and hope for some of the world’s most endangered big cats. Most of the cats came here from unfortunate situations but will never be at risk again. Educational tours are given by appointment, and there are ample opportunities for photos of the animals in their lush habitats. A tour of Panther Ridge is an experience you will never forget! Revolutions 477 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 203-6188 www.revolutionsbowl.com This 35,000-square-foot luxury facility is placed right in the heart of West Palm’s CityPlace entertainment complex. Featuring contemporary American cuisine, a highenergy bar atmosphere, a sports amphitheater, 20 boutique-style bowling lanes and a full redemption video arcade, Revolutions is your destination for the hottest nightlife in South Florida. Sandi Land: Holiday In Paradise nightly activities, November 29 – December 31, 2018 6:00 – 10 p.m. West Palm Beach Waterfront (561) 822-1515 www.wpb.org/events

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Throughout the month of December, the West Palm Beach Waterfront transforms into Sandi Land where residents and visitors can enjoy a spectacular Holiday In Paradise with tons of free entertainment and festivities. The star of the festivities is “Sandi,” the world’s ONLY 35-foot-tall holiday tree created from 600 tons of sand. Guests can gaze and admire the beautifully sculpted tree along with additional sand sculptures along the Waterfront. Kids and adults of all ages will delight in holiday merriment with nightly music and light shows that bring Sandi to life, glow-in-the-dark mini golf, building a Florida-style snowman, visits from Santa and much more. Screen On The Green Free Outdoor Movie Screenings Second Friday of each month; 7-10 p.m., FREE West Palm Beach Waterfront (561) 822-1515 www.wpb.org/events Free outdoor screenings in the open-air featuring family-friendly movies, both classics and newer films. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to this theater under the stars. SkyBike Downtown West Palm Beach, multiple locations (561) 412-1643 www.skybikewpb.com SkyBike is the fun, convenient and healthy way to get around the Palm Beaches for locals and visitors alike.


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SkyBike is the easiest way to rent a bicycle for errands around town, sightseeing or just for fun! Users can check out and return bikes interchangeably from stations conveniently located throughout Downtown West Palm Beach.

informal science education needs of the community, the Science Center will soon open an 18-hole mini-golf course, the “Conservation Course,” and more than 25 interactive exhibits in the Science Center’s “backyard.”

South Florida Fair & Palm Beach County Expositions, Inc. Southern Boulevard 1 mile west of Florida’s Turnpike, exit 97 West Palm Beach 793-0333 | www.southfloridafair.com The 2018 edition of the South Florida Fair is Palm Beach County’s must-see event! With four stages of music and entertainment, world-class ice skating performances daily, an award-winning agriculture and livestock program featuring over 1,000 exhibitors from more than 30 Florida counties, a historic Yesteryear Village, and more than 200 rides, games and attractions, the South Florida Fair is truly a place where families make memories and traditions begin. The 2018 event will feature 17 days of themed parades, including the Fair’s two signature Bike Nite parades. Each day, the Fair will highlight a famous parade from around the world, with authentic music, colorful costumes and beautifully decorated Mardi Gras floats, which will also be on display in the “Magical Parades” exhibition. Float riders will delight Fair guests as they toss beads into the crowds. Get your beads on at the 2018 South Florida Fair, January 12-28!

SunFest 525 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 659-5980 | www.sunfest.com SunFest is Florida’s largest waterfront music and art festival. Presented annually on the downtown West Palm Beach waterfront during the first weekend in May, SunFest attracts more than 175,000 visitors and features 50 top national and regional bands. The festival and its patrons have a positive impact on the local economy. May 3-6, 2018 Visit Palm Beach 100 N. Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 881-9757 www.visitpalmbeach.com

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Visit Palm Beach is the premier provider of recreational activities, tours, excursions, rentals and events in Palm Beach County. It offers daily catamaran sightseeing, sunset and specialty sailing cruises, parasailing, Jet Skis, kayaks, paddleboards, snorkeling, Peanut Island adventures, biking, history and nature tours and much more. Guests of all ages, including both visitors and residents, groups and individuals, are sure to enjoy the variety of daily trips.

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium 4801 Dreher Trail N. West Palm Beach 832-1988 | www.sfsciencecenter.org The mission of the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is to “open every mind to science.” Named the 2014 Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches’ Nonprofit of the Year, the Science Center features more than 50 hands-on educational exhibits, a 10,000-gallon fresh and saltwater aquarium featuring both local and exotic marine life, a digital planetarium, conservation research station, Florida exhibit hall, Pre-K focused “Discovery Center” and an interactive Everglades exhibit. In an effort to continue to meet the G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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AT T R A C T I O N S Coconut Cove Waterpark Located in Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park 20130 Regional Park Drive Boca Raton, FL 33498 (561) 629-8840 | www.pbcsplash.com Coconut Cove Waterpark has something for everyone and features two fourstory high water slides, an 89 7-foot river ride, recreational pool, lily pad walk, interactive children’s water playground, full-service food concession stand and a complete birthday party package. While you’re there, take advantage of nearby amenities in the park including: amphitheater; dog park; nature center and boardwalk; public golf course; picnic areas, shelters and rental pavilions; tennis center and pro shop; bicycle and walking paths; and much more. For park information, visit www.pbcparks.com and select Find a Park.

Rapids Water Park

Yesteryear Village on the South Florida Fairgrounds 9067 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach (561) 790-5232 www.southfloridafair.com Yesteryear Village is one of Palm Beach County’s most unique cultural attractions. It is a living history park nestled in 10 acres, where interpreters share their stories. It provides a unique opportunity for visitors to chat with the town residents, and listen as they tell what their daily life was really like prior to 1940. Discover a large collection of early, original and replicated buildings including an old school, a farm, a blacksmith shop, a general store and several houses. Florida’s rich history in your own backyard! During the year, more than 4,000 students throughout South Florida participate in tours conducted in the Village. Tours have been developed in conjunction with the curriculum approved by The School District of Palm Beach County. The program is geared to students in kindergarten through the fifth grade. Also located on the grounds are the Sally Bennett Big Band Hall of Fame and

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the Bink Glisson Historical Museum. The Sally Bennett hosts the largest collection of Big Band memorabilia in the nation and is the only known museum of its kind. The Bink Glisson Museum is comprised of personal collections of Bink Glisson, a Palm Beach County pioneer, and showcases artifacts and artwork depicting early Florida.

WATER PARKS Experience towering water slides or lounge in sunshine on one of many river rides at any of the water parks in the Palm Beaches. Calypso Bay Waterpark Located in Seminole Palms Park 151 Lamstein Lane Royal Palm Beach 790-6160 | www.pbcsplash.com Featuring two four-story-high water slides, an 89 7-foot river ride, lap pool with diving boards, lily pad walk, interactive children’s water playground, full-service food concession stand and a complete Birthday Party package, the Calypso Bay water park, located within Seminole Palms Park, has something for everyone.

Rapids Water Park 6566 N. Military Trail Riviera Beach, FL 33407 (561) 842-8756 www.rapidswaterpark.com Rapids Water Park is South Florida’s largest water park with more than 30 action-packed acres of attractions including the FlowRider, a 25,000-square-foot wave pool, a quarter-mile lazy river and the biggest, wettest and most thrilling water slides. Rapids offers a full day of nonstop fun with something for everyone!

WATER TOURS & CRUISES DivaDuck Amphibious Tours 600 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 844-4188 | www.divaduck.com It’s a Boat! It’s a Bus! It’s DivaDuck! Take an exciting, 75-minute, fully narrated sightseeing tour over land and sea on a brand-new USCG approved amphibious vessel. See many historic sites in Palm Beach and cruise the Intracoastal Waterway past homes of celebrities while enjoying the tropical beauty of South Florida. Your tour guide and captain will keep you entertained with music, jokes and interesting facts. DivaDuck boasts a 98 percent approval rating from over 1,200 unedited reviews.


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thletics enthusiasts know that Palm Beach County is the place to swing, ride, hit, putt, bowl and much more. A sports lover’s paradise prized for its ideal climate and broad demographics, the Palm Beaches support spectator sports such as baseball, football and motocross as well as copious tennis courts and golf courses for players of all levels and experience. The Palm Beaches are also home to equestrian, croquet, fishing and greyhound racing locales where fans can indulge their sporting passions. Our county’s annual events lure audiences from across the nation and around the world. In October, stars from film and TV join tennis legend Chris Evert for her charity tennis tournament, the Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic, at the Delray Beach Tennis Center, which is also home to an ATP tour event, the Delray Beach Open, bringing top-ranked players to the “We now host four teams at county each February. two great complexes. With the Astros and Nationals On the first Sunday of each representing Top 10 media December, downtown West and population markets, we Palm Beach is overrun with expect tremendous sports participants of the Palm exposure for all Palm Beach Beaches Marathon, while gridCounty has to offer.” iron fans celebrate the holidays with the Boca Raton Bowl, —Brady Ballard, general manager which features teams from the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches Mid-American Conference and Conference USA squaring off at FAU Stadium. At the end of February, the Honda Classic at PGA National Resort is one of the premier events on the PGA Tour, and the first stop on the “Florida Swing.” Top players on

tour compete for a purse of over $5.6 million. These are just a few of the high-profile tournaments and championship games that grace our shores annually, but fitness is an everyday activity for Palm Beachers. The county delivers its citizens recreational activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Parks are available countywide and are perfect for a family picnic, barbecue, birthday party or volleyball competition. And there’s no better way to admire the region’s architectural wonders than from aboard a speedboat on the Intracoastal Waterway. A great resource for sports information is the Palm Beach County Sports Commission, which consistently updates a calendar of sporting programs and hosts events, educational programs and clinics. The commission is a private, nonprofit organization committed to enhancing the quality of life through sport. Visit www.palmbeachsports.com for more information.

IMPORTANT RECREATION CONTACTS PALM BEACH COUNTY Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation Department 2700 Sixth Ave S., Lake Worth, FL 33461 (561) 966-6600 | www.pbcparks.com Palm Beach County Sports Commission 2195 Southern Blvd., Suite 550, West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (561) 233-3180 | www.palmbeachsports.com Town of Jupiter Recreation Department 200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458 (561) 741-2400 | www.jupiter.fl.us/recreation North Palm Beach Recreation Department 603 Anchorage Drive, North Palm Beach, FL 33408 (561) 841-3386 | www.village-npb.org Palm Beach Gardens Park & Recreation Department 4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 630-1100 | www.pbgfl.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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S P O RT S & R E C R E AT I O N or call (561) 966-6600. Connect with #pbcparks on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WordPress, YouTube and Flickr. Our state and national parks offer acres upon acres of natural surroundings perfect for hiking, biking, camping and so many more activities. J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area North Entrance: 20110 Bee Line Highway, Jupiter South Entrance: 11835 Seminole Pratt Whitney Road, West Palm Beach (561) 624-6989 | www.myfwc.com Riviera Beach Parks & Recreation Department 1621 W. Blue Heron Blvd. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 (561) 845-4070 • www.rivierabch.com Tequesta Parks & Recreation Department 399 Seabrook Road Tequesta, FL 33469 (561) 768-0470 • www.tequesta.org CENTRAL PALM BEACH COUNTY City of West Palm Beach Department of Parks and Recreation 401 Clematis Street, 3rd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 804-4900 www.wpb.org/parks SOUTHERN PALM BEACH COUNTY Boynton Beach Recreation & Parks Department 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33435 (561) 742-6221 www.boynton-beach.org Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District 300 S. Military Trail Boca Raton, FL 33486 (561) 417-4599 www.mybocaparks.org WESTERN COMMUNITIES Wellington Parks & Recreation Department 11700 Pierson Road Wellington, FL 33414 (561) 791-4005 www.wellingtonfl.gov

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BEACHES & PARKS Thanks to the beautiful year-round weather, visitors and residents of the Palm Beaches spend much of their time outdoors enjoying our splendid array of beaches and parks. The City of West Palm Beach’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Events maintains and programs 52 parks, seven community centers, a skate park, nature preserve, aquatic center and the beautiful West Palm Beach Waterfront. It sponsors various activities throughout the year including out-of-school programs and winter, spring and summer camp activities for children, adult and youth athletic leagues, tournaments, arts and crafts classes, karate, yoga and much more. The Waterfront is home to myriad weekly and monthly community and special events including concerts, movies, dance activities and the renowned West Palm Beach GreenMarket every Saturday. For complete information on any of these services, or for information on classes, athletic leagues or renting facilities for parties, classes or picnics, visit wpb.org/parks or wpb.org/waterfront or call the Department of Parks and Recreation at (561) 804-4900. The Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department, 14th largest in the nation, manages over 8,000 acres of park properties, including 85 regional, district and community, beach and neighborhood parks. Amenities include something for everyone, including guarded recreational beaches, water parks, swimming pools, golf courses, boat ramps, trails and navigable waterways, picnic areas, tennis courts, ball fields, barrier-free playgrounds, facility rentals, and many more leisure opportunities. For complete information, visit www.pbcparks.com

Jonathan Dickinson State Park 16450 S.E. Federal Highway Hobe Sound, FL 33455 (772) 546-2771 www.floridastateparks.org Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge 10216 Lee Road Boynton Beach, FL 33473 (561) 734-8303 www.fws.gov/loxahatchee John D. MacArthur Beach State Park 10900 Jack Nicklaus Drive (A1A) North Palm Beach, FL 33408 (561) 624-6950 www.floridastateparks.org

BASEBALL Ballpark of the Palm Beaches 5444 Haverhill Road West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 500-4487 www.ballparkpalmbeaches.com The 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros and NL East Champion Washington Nationals are thrilled to welcome fans to The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches! The 160-acre complex features a fan-friendly 7,700 capacity stadium as its centerpiece, along with 6 practice fields per team. Fans will find shade, a 360-degree concourse, the Banana Boat Lawn, suites and party decks in which to enjoy an allencompassing Spring Training experience. Roger Dean Stadium 4751 Main St. Jupiter, FL 33458 (561) 775-1818 www.rogerdeanstadium.com


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The Roger Dean Stadium complex is the only stadium in the country to host four minor league teams, the Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals, Gulf Coast Marlins and Gulf Coast Cardinals. Roger Dean Stadium is one of only two stadiums in Florida to host two Major League Baseball teams annually for Spring Training, the Miami Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals. The stadium accommodates approximately 7,000 fans.

BOATING Visitors and residents of Palm Beach County can practically enjoy any water activity imaginable. From the majestic blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Okeechobee as well as the miles of smaller lakes and canals, the boating opportunities are virtually endless. Rent a kayak, go wakeboarding or even charter a yacht—it’s all at your disposal. Blue Heron Fishing Fleet 389 E. Blue Heron Blvd. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 (561) 844-3573 www.blueheronfishing.com The Palm Beach Water Taxi Based out of Sailfish Marina Resort 98 Lake Drive Palm Beach Shores, FL 33404 (561) 683-TAXI Okeeheelee Park 7715 Forest Hill Blvd., west of West Palm Beach | (561) 304-1344 Rent a canoe, kayak or pedal boat on weekends and holidays from 10:00 am 5:00 pm. Bicycle rentals are also available. For more information, visit www.kayakkingwatersports.com or okeeheeleeparkboatrentals on Facebook. Phil Foster Park 900 E. Blue Heron Blvd. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 (561) 839-5130 Kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling gear may be rented at the park. Guided snorkeling tours and paddleboard lessons are also available. Riverbend Park 9060 W. Indiantown Road Jupiter, FL 33478 (561) 741-1359

Canoe or kayak through 5 miles of waterways. Rental concession - call for operating hours and availability.

those interested in playing this sport. For more information, call (561) 478-2300, ext. 2 or 3. Visit www.croquetnational.com.

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EQUESTRIAN SPORTS

Palm Beach Yacht Club & Marina 800 N. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 655-8711 Private | www.pbyc.com Palm Harbor Marina 400 N. Flagler Drive, Suite A West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 655-4757 Open to public www.palmharbor-marina.com Rybovich 4200 N. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (561) 840-8190 Private | www.rybovich.com Sailfish Marina 98 Lake Drive Palm Beach Shores, FL 33404 (561) 844-1724 Open to public | www.sailfishmarina.com

Palm Beach County is unquestionably the equestrian capital of America, with numerous horseback riding facilities throughout the Palm Beaches. One such facility, the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center at Okeeheelee Park South, 7500 Forest Hill Blvd., features more than nine miles of scenic trails and an open riding area accessible seven days a week. The Jim Brandon Equestrian Center show arenas are comprised of five outdoor arenas and one covered arena as well as 128 permanent stalls available for rent for horse shows only. In addition to the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center, the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department has developed an additional nine miles of equestrian trails located in various county parks. Equestrian trails are located at Riverbend Park, 9 060 Indiantown Road; Loxahatchee Groves Park, 139 01 Southern Blvd.; and West Delray Regional Park, 10875 W. Atlantic Avenue. Please visit www.pbcparks.com or call (561) 966-6600 for more information.

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The National Croquet Center (NCC), located at 700 Florida Mango Road in West Palm Beach, is the largest croquet facility in the world. It is headquarters of the United States Croquet Association and has hosted all the major national and international croquet competitions held in the United States. The center features a 19 ,000-square-foot Key West-style clubhouse that can be utilized for banquets, weddings, meetings and other social events. There is also a Croquet Club on site offering memberships, for

Winter Equestrian Festival at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center 3400 Equestrian Club Drive, Wellington (561) 793-5867 | www.pbiec.coth.com The Winter Equestrian Festival runs from January through March each year and is the largest and longest-running event in horse sports. Join us for our Saturday Night Lights series where you will enjoy worldclass equestrian show jumping, fine and casual dining and a variety of shopping options, as well as a live band and children’s

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fair. Daily horse competitions in 12 arenas, from pony classes to world-class Olympians, run Wednesday through Sunday beginning at 8 a.m. Free general admission every day; parking fee on Saturday nights. VIP and box seating are available. International Polo Club Palm Beach 3667 120th Ave. S., Wellington (561) 204-5687 www.internationalpoloclub.com The International Polo Club Palm Beach is the premier polo destination in the world, hosting the largest field of high-goal teams and the most prestigious polo tournaments in the United States. Polo enthusiasts descend upon Wellington each winter season to enjoy their love of the sport in the most prominent and well-equipped polo facility. The 2017 Palm Beach Polo Season premiered on January 1, and will conclude with the USPA U.S. Open Polo Championship® final on Sunday, April 16. Polo matches are open to the public, with a wide range of hospitality and guest seating that includes elegant grandstand viewing, field tailgating, lawn seating, field-side champagne brunch at The Pavilion and exclusive sponsor boxes. Tickets start at $10. For ticketing and sponsorship information, or to book a special event year-round, please call (561) 204-5687.

FISHING Unlike most coastal destinations, the fishing opportunities off the Palm Beaches are exceptional because of our favorable climate and close proximity to the productive

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waters of the Gulf Stream current. There is year-round accessibility to a tremendous variety of prized game fish like kingfish, dolphin, wahoo, snapper and sailfish, just to name a few. “Plus, we are located at the doorstep to the Bahamas, making the Palm Beaches an ideal launching point for a fishing excursion to the islands,” says Tom Twyford, president of the 80-year-old West Palm Beach Fishing Club. Annual highlights of the season include winter sail fishing, spring dolphin and wahoo action and kingfish runs, summer offshore fishing for snapper, dolphin and wahoo, and spectacular surf and coastal fishing for snook, tarpon, mackerel and bluefish. Contact the West Palm Beach Fishing Club at (561) 832-6780 for more information on the dozens of annual fishing events and programs in the Palm Beaches. Fresh waters not only offer outstanding fishing for native largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie and catfish, but also feature the best fishing for peacock bass north of the Amazon. Visit myfwc.com/fishing “sites/forecast” for upto-date suggestions. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-servation Commission (FWC) is dedicated to managing fish and wildlife resources for their long-term well-being and the benefit of people, and manages all fisheries within three nautical miles from shore in the Atlantic (from shore to nine nautical miles in the Gulf), including all inshore rivers and bodies of freshwater. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) Fisheries federally manage waters beyond three nautical miles. Information about fishing rules, regulations and licensing can be obtained through the FWC’s website at myfwc.com or by calling the FWC West Palm Beach

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office at (561) 625-5122 for state waters, and by visiting NOAA Fisheries’ website at sero.nmfs.noaa.gov, or by calling the NOAA Southeast regional office at (727) 824-5301 for federal waters. A wide range of local businesses will help you get the most fun out of your time on the water. Docks, bait and tackle shops, indoor and outdoor storage, short- and long-term leases, sales and service, and ocean and Intracoastal fishing charters are all readily available. Juno Beach Park Fishing Pier Located in Juno Beach Park 14776 U.S., Hwy. A1A Juno Beach, FL 33408 (561) 855-6185 Features: This expansive 9 9 0-foot pier features a tee end, two shade structures, four fish cleaning tables, a bait shop and food concession. From NovemberFebruary, it is open Sun.–Thurs. from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Fri.-Sat. from 6 a.m. to midnight. From March-October (sea turtle nesting season), the pier opens a half-hour before sunrise and closes at sunset. Admission fees: Fishing patrons (6 years of age and older): $4 (includes tax)*; Spectators: $1 (includes tax)*; Children under 6 years of age: FREE* as spectators and anglers. *Prices are subject to change. Visit www.pbcparks.com for the most current information. William O. Lockhart Municipal Pier Located across from the Lake Worth Casino Building & Beach Complex 10 S. Ocean Blvd. Lake Worth, FL 33460 (561) 533-7395 Visitors can fish at this popular destina-


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tion from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. The cost is $3.25 for fishing patrons and $1 for spectators. The pier is complemented by an oceanfront park, restrooms and picnic facilities.

workouts. The GYMGUYZ vans are stocked with state of the art equipment that our coaches bring to clients to provide excellent one-on-one or group workout sessions.

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Gyrotonic SatNam 2916 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, Florida 33405 561.650.0304 www.gyrotonicsatnam.com Our warm, elegant and natural environment is a place where you can come home to yourself and experience your body in a whole new way. Through Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis exercise, yoga, meditation, soothing teas, and our wellness workshops and other events, we are dedicated to bringing more health and happiness to you and our community.

Palm Beach County has an abundance of beaches, parks and trails for jogging, cycling or walking, as well as a great number of state-of-the-art health clubs to fulfill all of your fitness needs. Fitness Zone John Prince Park 4759 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33461 Located near the start of the 1.1-mile exercise course, this outdoor fitness facility includes 17 pieces of resistance exercise equipment and is accessible to people of all abilities. The equipment is intended for ages 14 and older, and there is no cost to use the facility. Open daily, sunrise to sunset. Anytime Fitness 6901 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 (561) 508-9393 www.anytimefitness.com With 24/7 access, Anytime Fitness is the most convenient gym on the planet, offering personal training, classes and wellness programs; private showers and restrooms; and health plan discounts. Grit-Strong 12550 South Military Trail, Bay 11 Boynton Beach, FL 33436 (770) 853-1243 gritstrongfl.com At GRIT we offer a unique fitness program where classes are designed to motivate and inspire everyone to embrace that fit/active lifestyle in a FUN and SAFE environment. Their goal is to help individuals develop greater self esteem, improve their attention, fall in love with fitness. GymGuyz (561) 618-3800 www.gymguyz.com/palm-beaches GYMGUYZ is # 1 in Home Personal Training! Our coaches focus on individualized one-on-one fitness, group sessions, and corporate fitness. GYMGUYZ has an amazing team of certified coaches that use a unique philosophy that targets all aspects of health and fitness. GYMGUYZ provides Convenient, Customized, and Creative

Ultima Fitness Downtown 400 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 659-1724 ultimadowntown.com Ultima Fitness is a cutting edge fitness facility committed to providing an unmatched level of customer service and fitness expertise, to residents of Palm Beach County. They develop impactful relationships with our members in order to assist you in reaching and exceeding your personal fitness goals.

son of football in 2017 and the seventh in the beautiful on-campus stadium, which serves as the home of the Boca Bowl as well as other national and even international events. For more information on FAUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 21 athletic teams and two-time bowl participating football team, visit www.fausports.com or call (866) FAU-OWLS. Miami Dolphins The Miami Dolphins have been a fabric of the South Florida community for more than 45 years. The Dolphins play at the recently renamed Hard Rock Stadium, which for 25 years has been one of the premier sports and entertainment facilities in the nation. The Dolphins are committed to assembling a sound, smart, tough football team that consistently competes for championships. For additional information concerning tickets or promotional opportunities, visit dolphins.com or call (305) 943-8000. Orange Bowl Committee The Orange Bowl will promote championship sporting events, related premier entertainment, and other year-round activities to inspire youth, engage our community, and enhance the South Florida economy. The 2017 Capital One Orange Bowl took place on Saturday, December 30, 2017. The 6th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers defeated 10th-ranked Miami Hurricanes.

FOOTBALL

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The Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl FAU Stadium, 777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 The Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl is a National Collegiate Athletic Association sanctioned Division I college football bowl game played in Boca Raton, Florida at FAU Stadium, which is located on the campus of Florida Atlantic University. In December 2017, Florida Atlantic University Owls squared off against Akron Zips under the lights of FAUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expansive, multipurpose stadium.

Banyan Cay Resort & Golf 2300 Presidential Way West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561 577.5840 | banyancayresort.com Banyan Cay Resort & Golf has reinvented the traditional idea of the private members-only golf club to become a favorite of

Florida Atlantic University Owls The Florida Atlantic University Owls football team represents Florida Atlantic at the NCAA Division I FBS level and is a member of Conference USA, along with the 18 additional NCAA Division I intercollegiate teams. The Owls will begin their 17th sea-

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those in the know. Best of all, we’re located right in West Palm Beach. The Club features the 300th Jack Nicklaus Signature Course with over 20 feet of elevation, allowing for gently moving fairways, sod-wall bunkers and water features inspired by the finest courses in the world. Following the guid-

ance of golf legend Jack Nicklaus, the Banyan Cay Resort & Golf Course is a golfer’s dream with every fairway inspected by Jack himself. Residential Opportunities Available.

The Breakers Rees Jones Course 1550 Flagler Parkway West Palm Beach, FL 33411 (561) 653-6320 www.breakerswestclub.com Facts: 18 holes / 72 par / 7,100 yards The Breakers Rees Jones® Course caters to every level of golfer and provides multiple options thanks to challenging water carries, varied pin positions and large landing areas from all tees. Frenchman’s Creek Beach & Country Club 13495 Tournament Drive Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 622-1620 www.frenchmanscreek.com Facts: 36 holes / 72 par / 7,100 yards per course Frenchman’s Creek’s two private championship golf courses—the North Course, designed by Jim Fazio, and the South Course, designed by Robert Cupp—offer two distinctly different Florida country club golfing venues. Each course has a unique style and flow, with creeks and lakes that intertwine among the native landscaping and wildlife, delivering a wide variety of challenging holes. The Golf Shop offers a wide variety of equipment and apparel with a customized buying program to satisfy all tastes and needs. 126

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Ibis Golf & Country Club 8225 Ibis Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33412 (561) 625-8500 | www.ibisgolf.com Facts: 54 holes / 14 tennis courts If you are looking for truly exceptional living, you’ve found it here at Ibis. Multiple membership levels allow you to create your own Ibis ExperienceTM. With three unique 18-hole Nicklaus championship courses and a 20-acre practice facility, there is no better place for the golfer. Our Sports Village showcases 15,000 square feet of fitness with separate studios for Pilates, yoga, group fitness and spinning. The aquatic center features both resort-style and lap pools. The Ibis Spa is a tranquil oasis with a wide assortment of relaxing treatments. The Bistro features a California kitchen and poolside bar. Please call or visit our website for a tour. Poinciana Golf Club 3536 Via Poinciana, Lake Worth, FL 33467 (561) 439-4721 www.poincianagolfclub.com Facts: 18 Holes / 72 Par Featuring 18-holes of Lake Worth golf that is ideal for all levels of golfers and is designed to help you improve your game. Whether you’re looking for cheap golf in the West Palm beach area or for affordable golf lessons, our picturesque golf course will allow you to focus on your golf game and leave the distractions of life behind. Honda Classic 3300 PGA Boulevard, Suite #800 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 799-2747 www.thehondaclassic.com The PGA Tour stops for its annual visit to PGA National Resort & Spa. A hole-inone for players and fans alike, as the Champion Course becomes home and host to the prestigious Honda Classic. The Preserve at Ironhorse 8055 Ironhorse Blvd WPB, FL 33412 (561) 227-3970 www.preserveatironhorse.com Facts: 18 holes / 72 par / 7,060 yards This private course, renovated in 2015 with Celebration Bermudagrass, features beautiful landscaping and challenging holes that provide some of the best golf in Palm Beach County. Encompassing tranquil wetlands, fragrant flora and stunning foliage,

architect Arthur Hills took cues from the dramatic natural surroundings and went to great lengths to preserve its essence. John Prince Golf Learning Center 4754 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33461 (561) 966-6666 | www.pbcgolf.com John Prince Golf Learning Center is a state-of-the art, comprehensive golf learning and practice facility managed by Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation. It showcases 42 hitting stations with two covered hitting areas, a lighted driving range with multiple target greens, a practice fairway bunker, three regulation practice holes (a par four and two par threes) and offers 16,000 square feet of practice putting and chipping greens. Okeeheelee Public Golf Course 7715 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33413 (561) 964-4653 | www.pbcgolf.com Facts: 3 combination courses / 27 holes / Eagle Course 3,369 yards, Osprey Course 3,279 yards, Heron Course 3,547 yards With its unique park setting and beautiful vistas of Clear Lake, the facility is aptly named Okeeheelee, or “quiet waters,” in the Seminole Indian language. Osprey Point Public Golf Course 12551 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33498 (561) 482-2868 Facts: 27 holes / 36 par / 3,500 yards Osprey Point Golf Course is a 27-hole municipal golf facility owned and operated by the Parks and Recreation Department of Palm Beach County. Each nine (Raven, Hawk and Falcon) measures approximately 3,500 yards and has a par of 36. The Hawk has 3 par threes, 3 par fours and 3 par fives. The course is laid out adjacent to the Loxahatchee National Preserve, and guests immensely enjoy the nature and parklike setting. Audubon International has designated Osprey Point a certified Audubon “Classic” Signature facility. This makes Osprey Point the first in Florida, second in the nation and fifth in the world with such a designation. Palm Beach National Golf & Country Club 7500 St. Andrews Road West Palm Beach, FL 33467 (561) 965-3381


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www.palmbeachnational.com Facts: 18 holes / 72 par / 6,800 yards Legendary Joe Lee masterpiece with a vintage South Florida charm and beauty.

Golf Course features top-ranked LPGA and PGA instructors and provides affordable group and private instruction for all ages and abilities.

Park Ridge Public Golf Course 9191 Lantana Road Lake Worth, FL 33467 (561) 966-7044 | www.pbcgolf.com Facts: 18 holes / 72 par / 6,919 yards Park Ridge Golf Course is one of the most unique courses in South Florida. You will not find elevation changes like this anywhere in the area. Topping 85 feet at its highest point, it just may be the highest golf experience in South Florida. Our friendly staff will do everything possible to ensure you have a great time while playing the course. The greens roll fast and true, and there are five sets of tees to accommodate all ages and abilities.

West Palm Beach Golf Course 7001 Parker Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 (561) 822-1591 www.wpalmbeachgc.com Facts: 18 holes / 72 par / 7,002 yards West Palm Beach Golf Course has been at its present location since 1947 and is an 18-hole, par-72 championship Dick Wilson-designed course. The tees span between 5,023 and 7,002 yards with rolling terrain, elevated greens and a magnificent variety of native landscaping. This unique former PGA Tour site distinguishes itself from others in the county as a waterless golf venue. The West Palm Beach Golf Course has a full grass driving range, a large putting green and short game area, lesson programs and snack bar. Show this guide for a one-time $25 round of golf between 12/1/16 and 4/15/17.

PGA National Resort & Spa 400 Avenue of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 (561) 627- 2000 www.pgaresort.com Facts: 18 holes / 72 par / 7,048 yards Located in lush South Florida, PGA National Resort & Spa offers an extraordinary resort and golf experience. A $100 million comprehensive revitalization has resulted in the “re-birth” of this legendary destination. As host venue of the PGA TOUR’s Honda Classic, its 7,048-yard Champion Course with its famous Bear Trap is a true “bucket list” 18. PGA National showcases four additional exceptional layouts. The Palmer, a superb Arnold Palmer signature course of 7,079 yards, pays homage to the game’s Scottish roots. Its dramatic new 7,050-yard Fazio Course – designed by Tom Fazio II – is a total remake of its Haig Course and has received rave reviews. The Squire, a splendid test of accuracy and precision at 6,464 yards, is dubbed “the thinking player’s course.” The Estates, an 18-hole Karl Litten gem of 6,694 yards, is a short drive from the resort grounds and a “must play.” Southwinds Public Golf Course 19557 Lyons Road Boca Raton, FL 33434 (561) 483-1305 www.southwindsgolfcourse.com Facts: 18 holes / 70 par / 6,018 yards Lush foliage, exquisite aesthetics, and water span nearly every hole. Southwinds

GREYHOUND RACING/POKER Palm Beach Kennel Club has it all! Enjoy the thrilling action of live greyhound racing seven days a week, plus simulcast wagering on horses, harness and jai alai from across the country on more than 600 screens. Jump into the action of Florida’s largest multi-table tournaments in the newly renovated Poker Room, with 64 tables of nonstop excitement-including No-Limit Hold’Em Cash Games, 7 Card Stud and recordbreaking Bad Beat Jackpots. The World Series of Poker (WSOP) returned to the PBKC this past November. WSOP featured 12 action-packed days including a $1 Million Guarantee event plus 12 official ring events! Savor the flavors of fine dining in the Paddock Restaurant or casual fare in the Terrace. Or grab a snack at one of the many concession stands. Whether you’re hungry for action, food or both, Palm Beach Kennel Club is your ticket to nonstop excitement! For more information, call (561) 683-2222 or visit pbkennelclub.com.

a wide range of game including deer, hog, turkey, duck, dove and other migratory bird/small game species. A valid hunting license is required of anyone taking or attempting to take game or furbearing animals. For hunting information, including information on season dates, daily bag limits, open and closed areas and more, visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at www.myfwc.com/hunting, or by calling the regional office at (561) 625-5122.

HOCKEY Florida Panthers Hockey Club www.nhl.com/panthers The Florida Panthers are a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL) and play at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. The excitement surrounding the Florida Panthers is growing in South Florida and these are games you won't want to miss.

MOTORSPORTS Palm Beach International Raceway (PBIR) is an acclaimed motorsports and entertainment facility featuring a 2.034-mile Road Course, a quarter-mile Drag Strip, an outdoor Kart Track and a Mud Bog. PBIR hosts premier events such as the Nitro Jam Palm Beach Nationals, PRO Winter Warmup, Citrus Nationals and Super Chevy Show. Located in Jupiter, PBIR is also home to the Palm Beach Driving Club. Call (561) 622-1400 or visit www.racepbir.com.

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SCUBA DIVING/ SNORKELING Explore the astonishing tropical underworld of the Atlantic Ocean along Palm Beach County’s coast. Whether you are a first-time snorkeler or a self-equipped Master level SCUBA diver, there is truly no better place than Palm Beach County to get your flippers wet. Inviting area water temperatures range from 78 to 86 degrees in the summer and slightly drop between 70 to 78 in the winter. In addition, the Gulf Stream provides a steady, northbound current, making drift diving a standard in the area—no need to swim back to the boat. The current allows the SCUBA diver additional bottom time as swimming is minimized, which provides greater opportunities to see the amazing fish life, sea turtles and other fascinating creatures of the deep. When you surface, the boat picks you up. Most dives in the area are guided with flexibility to accommodate different experience levels, with more than 20 U.S. Coast Guard-certified dive boats operating daily out of the Palm Beaches. More than 45 miles of reef lined with up to 10 to 20 feet of relief provide many crevices and ledges for exploration. Palm Beach County’s Artificial Reef Program has built more than 120 reef projects, including over 30 wrecks in the area. For the snorkelers, depths range from nearly intertidal out to 30’ of water. Recreation diving opportunities begin at 20’ out to 130’ of water depths with technical diving opportunities out to depths over 250 feet. All wrecks offer excellent penetration for the trained diver and attract large schools of fish. Thanks to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, marine life abounds off the coast of the Palm Beaches. Five species of turtles, moray eels, the large goliath groupers reaching up to 600 pounds and other spectacular arrays of tropical fish will delight big and little explorers. Phil Foster Park 900 E. Blue Heron Blvd., Riviera Beach An underwater snorkeling trail, internationally recognized by scientists, scuba divers, underwater photographers and snorkelers for its abundance of unique marine life spans a two-acre area in 6 to 10 feet of water. Squid, octopus, spotted rays and starfish are regularly seen. Kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling gear may be rented at the park. Guided snorkeling tours and paddleboard lessons

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are also available. For information, call (561) 839-5130. Little Deeper Charters offers dive trips at variable depths departing from Phil Foster Park on most days.

TENNIS Delray Beach Open The 26th annual Delray Beach Open, held February 16-25, 2018 at the Delray Beach Tennis Center, is the world’s only 10day event consisting of an ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR (Feb. 16-18), featuring TEAM USA (John McEnroe, Mardy Fish and JanMichael Gambill) v. Team INT’L (Fernando Gonzalez, Greg Rusedski, and Jesse Levine), and ATP WORLD TOUR EVENT (Feb. 19 -25) featuring current top-ranked players such as, 2011 Delray Beach champion Juan Martin del Potro, 2016 World No. 3 Milos Raonic, 2017 Delray Beach Open defending champion Jack Sock, the fourtime Delray Beach Doubles Champion Bryan Brothers, 2016 Delray Beach Open Champion Sam Querrey, and young guns Nick Kyrgios and Denis Shapovalov. The event is seen nationally and internationally in over 100 countries, hosts 10+ hospitality and amateur tennis events and is attended by more than 50,000 spectators. Call (561) 330-6000 or visit the tournament’s official website at www.YellowTennisBall.com for more information. Local Tennis Courts Those more inclined to step onto the court than into the water will be pleasantly eager to explore Palm Beach County’s more than 1,100 tennis courts, many illuminated for night play. Public and private facilities are located throughout the county offering clinics and lessons suited for every age and skill level. Public tennis courts are available at no charge on a first-come, first-serve basis.

NATURE CENTERS Palm Beach County nature centers provide opportunities for nature study to foster greater understanding and appreciation of Palm Beach County’s unique local environment. Interactive and live exhibits delight all ages. Free and low-cost environmental education tours and programs are also available for individual tours and groups. Daggerwing Nature Center Located in Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park

11435 Park Access Road, west of Boca Raton (561) 629-8760 www.pbcparks.com/nature Green Cay Nature Center & Wetlands 12800 Hagen Ranch Road, Boynton Beach (561) 966-7000 www.pbcparks.com/nature Okeeheelee Nature Center Located in Okeeheelee Park 7715 Forest Hill Blvd., west of West Palm Beach (561) 233-1400 www.pbcparks.com/nature

THERAPEUTIC RECREATION The CMAA Therapeutic Recreation Complex, with The Gleneagles Country Club Aquatic Center, The Fountains Country Club Recreation Center and The Murray, Meyer & Rachelle Grodetsky Family Foundation Athletic Center, incorporates a state-of-the-art accessibility design with sophisticated adapted equipment. People of all ages and abilities can train and compete in sports, participate in social, skillbuilding and fitness programs and experience a wide variety of visual and performing arts programs. This location is a Paralympic Sports club, providing opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities to train for the Paralympics. Special Olympics Florida Palm Beach County provides sports training, competitions and sport skill development activities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. CMAA Therapeutic Recreation Complex Located in John Prince Park 2728 Lake Worth Road Lake Worth, FL 33461 (561) 966-7088 discover.pbcgov.org/parks/Pages/Therape utic-Recreation.aspx Palm Beach County is Florida’s premier Spring Training destination, says Brady Ballard, General Manager, The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach. “We now host four teams at two great complexes,” he says. “With the Astros and Nationals representing Top 10 media and population markets, we expect tremendous sports exposure for all Palm Beach County has to offer.”


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1ST GLOBAL CAPITAL / GREENTREE FUNDING FUNDING

Mark Brodi (954) 507-9533

AKERMAN LLP ATTORNEYS

500 CLEARLAKE EXECUTIVE SUITES OFFICE BUILDINGS - LEASING

Marcie Tinsley (561) 651-4140

ALEXANDER LIVING WPB APARTMENTS

Scott Dye (561) 459-5502

ALL FLORIDA PREMIER STAFFING INC. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES - PERM & TEMP

Michele Reis (561) 889-2393

ALL NOISE CONTROL SOUND PROOFING & NOISE CONTROL

Salman Sheikh (561) 964-9360

ALLAN VOIRON - INTRAPRENEUR REAL ESTATE

Allan Voiron (561) 460-1360

ALLEY MAASS ROGERS & LINDSAY P.A. ATTORNEYS

David Baker (561) 659-1770

A A+R ESTATE MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES HOME WATCH - HOME REPAIRS

Autumn Ingraham (561) 331-1412

AA ONE TRANSMISSIONS - THE LAKE WORTH TRANSMISSION REPAIR SHOP TRANSMISSION SERVICES

Marcy Femminella (561) 926-3352

AAA FLAG & BANNER PRINTING & SIGNAGE

Erica Geisland (305) 474-7600 x7013

THE ABBEY AT NORTHLAKE APARTMENTS

ALLIED CAPITAL & DEVELOPMENT OF SOUTH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPERS

Nicholas Mastroianni (561) 799-0050

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY INSURANCE INSURANCE AUTO & LIFE

Rick Platz (561) 684-8801

ALPHA MEDIA WEST PALM BEACH ADVERTISING - MEDIA

Elizabeth Hamma (561) 616-4777

AMERICA’S SWIMMING POOL COMPANY SWIMMING POOL SERVICE, SUPPLIES & REPAIR

Mr. Graham Banks (561) 203-8960

Tiffany Jackson (561) 863-5050

ABBY’S PERFORMING ARTS COACHING PERFORMING ARTS - INSTRUCTION

Abby Pantalone (561) 307-5100

ABILITIES INC. OF FLORIDA / SERVICESOURCE SOCIAL SERVICES & ORGANIZATIONS

Jennifer Dodge (561) 808-1900

AMERICAN ADDICTION CENTERS ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION & TREATMENT CENTERS ABUNDANCE HYPNOSIS, LLC HYPNOSIS

Gloria Stanchak Alexander (561) 683-4220

ACADEMY BUS, LLC TRANSPORTATION & CONVENTION SERVICES

Minna Tervola (561) 588-4446

ACCOUNTING AND TAX SLASHERS GURU, INC. FINANCIAL SERVICES

Fritz Seide (561) 501-9391

ACHILLES INTERNATIONAL, FREEDOM TEAM NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Mary Bryant McCourt (561) 659-0873

ADELMAN & ADELMAN, P.A. S. Greg McCloskey ATTORNEYS - PERSONAL INJURY/WRONGFUL DEATH (954) 341-2777 ADMIRALTY HOME HEALTH CARE HOME HEALTH SERVICES ADP EMPLOYEE BENEFIT CONSULTANTS PAYROLL PREPARATION SERVICE

Alan Bottorff (301) 332-9025

(561) 775-6600

ADVOCATE GENERAL STAFFING STAFFING

Joliette Saintil (561) 345-6344

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AMERICAN HUMANE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION AMERICAN RED CROSS GREATER PALM BEACH AREA & MARTIN COUNTY CHAPTER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION AMERICAN SECURITY MORTGAGE MORTGAGES AMTRUST BANK BANKS ANDERSON - MOORE CONSTRUCTION CORP. CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC GROUP IMAGING SERVICES

THE AGENCY LUXE REAL ESTATE

Elizabeth Alcalde (561) 653-5000

Mr. Michael Lee (561) 923-9696

ANDERSON & CARR, INC. REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL ANDERSON, AZEREDO & LIOCE CPA’S & ASSOCIATES, P.A. ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Joanna Kline (561) 246-7597 Maggie Proctor (561) 650-0146

Dr. Robin Ganzert (561) 537-5887 Marsha Jaquays (561) 659-7644 Robin Nunley (561) 833-7711 Ryan Heinemann (561) 855-4944 Cathi Dorn (561) 687-0288 Christopher Harris (561) 753-7400 Robert Banting (561) 833-1661 Celeste Lioce (561) 844-4431


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ANN HEART NURSING CARE NURSES - SKILLED ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS, INC. ART GALLERIES, DEALERS, CONSULTANTS ANNE M. GANNON CONSTITUTIONAL TAX COLLECTOR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

ANNMARIE RUTA INTERIORS, LLC INTERIOR DESIGNERS ANYTIME FITNESS FITNESS STUDIO

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Jessica Albert (561) 207-2030 Margaret Horgan (561) 832-5328 Anne Gannon (561) 355-2264

Annmarie Ruta (917) 294-4100 Vincent Borriello (561) 508-9393

APPLEBEE’S - GREENACRES RESTAURANTS

Brittany Sweeney (561) 641-6332

APPLEBEE’S - LAKE PARK RESTAURANTS

Brittany Sweeney (561) 842-6422

APPLEBEE’S - ROYAL PALM BEACH RESTAURANTS

Brittany Sweeney (561) 791-2240

APPLEBEE’S NEIGHBORHOOD GRILL & BAR RESTAURANTS

Brittany Sweeney (561) 683-0709

BAHAMAS PARADISE CRUISE LINE CRUISES

Oneil Khosa

BALFOUR BEATTY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Kent Long (954) 585-4000

THE BALLPARK OF THE PALM BEACHES STADIUMS, ARENAS & ATHLETIC FIELDS

Brady Ballard (561) 500-4487

BAMA PRINTING & DIRECT MAIL PRINTERS MAILING SERVICES BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNCH BANKS

Kathy Willoughby (561) 838-2396

BANYAN CAY RESORT & GOLF GOLF COURSES - PUBLIC

Alicia Lewis (561) 557-5840

Tina Dean (561) 586-6220

AQUA MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS, INC. ADVERTISING - AGENCIES & COUNSELORS

Fran Vaccaro (727) 798-0942

BANYAN PRINTING & DIRECT MAIL PRINTERS MAILING SERVICES

ARCHITECTURE GREEN LLC ARCHITECTS

Mark Beatty (561) 398-2109

BARLOW CONSULTING LOBBYISTS

ARCPOINT LABS OF WEST PALM BEACH LABORATORIES - MEDICAL

John Vanginhoven (561) 257-0077

Thomas Barlow (561) 706-5878

Christian Mayer (561) 420-0010

AREA AGENCY ON AGING / YOUR AGING Jaime Estremera-Fitzgerald & DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER (561) 684-5885 NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION ARIES GROUP BENEFITS INSURANCE - GROUP BENEFITS

Justin Scheckner (561) 692-4990

ARMORY ART CENTER ART SCHOOL & GALLERIES SCHOOLS

Tom Pearson (561) 832-1776

AT&T FLORIDA TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Ian Cotner (561) 236-4129

ATHLETE’S TUNE UP & REPAIR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS AUDIO VIDEO SYSTEMS, INC. SECURITY SYSTEMS & CONSULTANTS AVENIR HOLDINGS, LLC LAND HOLDINGS AVISON YOUNG REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL AWESOME GREYHOUND ADOPTIONS, INC. & HOUNDS AND HEROES NOT-FOR-PROFIT AXA ADVISORS, LLC FINANCIAL SERVICES

Dr. Lisa Boudreaux (561) 232-4863 Angela Barnard (561) 686-4473 Danny Lopez (305) 461-2440

BARON SIGN MANUFACTURING SIGNS

Sandra Foland 561 863-7446 x1006

BARRETT LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE / JOHN MAXWELL CERTIFIED TEAM MEMBER COACHING - PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL

Mr. Joel Barrett (954) 260-1649

BB&T (BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST) BANKS

W. Dale Kahle (561) 653-5567

BDO USA, LLP ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Jeffrey Balmer (561) 688-1600

BE LIKE BRIT FOUNDATION NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Chloe Rits (561) 523-0160

BEACHWAY THERAPY CENTER HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

Rogan Holmes (561) 713-6872

Donald DeWoody (561) 721-7000 Barbara Masi (561) 737-1941 Jacqueline Grellinger (561) 213-3814

BEASLEY, KRAMER & GALARDI, P.A. ATTORNEYS - COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

Joseph Galardi (561) 835-0900

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BELLISSIMA LUXURY & FINE ART SERVICES FINE ART SERVICES

Susan McGregor (954) 256-0090

BOULEVARD PAINTS / BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT SALES

Linda Roberto (561) 904-6390

BERGMAN, MORALES, PARKER & WALSH WITH COASTAL WEALTH - A MASSMUTUAL COMPANY FINANCIAL ADVISORS, PLANNERS & CONSULTANTS

Charlie Parker (561) 207-2312

BEST WESTERN PLUS HOTELS

Crystal Morey (561) 844-8448

BG, INC. ADVERTISING - AGENCIES & COUNSELORS

Ann Savage (561) 688-2880

BIG DREAMS ACADEMY CHILD CARE SERVICES

Kiana Nieves (561) 810-6713

BLACKMAN DECORATIVE PLUMBING PLUMBING FIXTURES, PARTS & SUPPLIES

Krystyna Marini (561) 650-7425

BRAMAN MOTORCARS AUTOMOBILE DEALERS - NEW/USED/SERVICE

BLUE HERON FLEET FISHING GUIDES, CHARTERS & PARTIES

Ryan Nagel (561) 844-3573

Joshua Bratter (305) 582-2381

BLUE OCEAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE FAMILY OFFICE SERVICES

Mark Elhilow (561) 659-3301

BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM ATTORNEYS - IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY LAW ATTORNEYS

BLUE PLANET WRITERS’ ROOM NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

BRAVO KB, INC. ADVERTISING - PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Sandra Kaplan (561) 688-0048

Susan Hyatt (561) 425-5534

THE BRAZILIAN COURT PALM BEACH HOTELS

Ian Black (561) 655-7740

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. Jaene Miranda NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION (561) 683-3287 BOYS TOWN SOUTH FLORIDA NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

BRIGHT TECH IT SOLUTIONS, LLC IT SERVICE PROVIDERS BRIGHTLINE TRANSPORTATION

BOB GOLDFARB CUSTOM CLOTHING MEN’S CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS WOMEN’S CUSTOM CLOTHING BOCA NURSING SERVICES, INC. NURSES

BOHREN’S MOVING & STORAGE MOVERS & MOVING SUPPLIES STORAGE HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL

Bob Goldfarb (305) 491-0083 Rose Glamoclija (561) 833-3430

BRIGHTLINK COMMERCIAL CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC FINANCE - BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENTS

Amy Simpson (561) 612-6000

Stephen Grossman (561) 684-6666

Narine Harripersaud (561) 542-9546 Ali Soule (305) 520-2300 Kristina McCarthy (561) 329-1459

BRIGHTVIEW LANDSCAPING

Elaine Morlock (561) 398-2417

BRIO TUSCAN GRILLE RESTAURANTS

Jimmy Smith (561) 835-1511

Steven Hagadorn (561) 686-1200

BOLAY - BOCA RATON RESTAURANTS

Patrick Jorcin (561) 609-1781

THE BRISTOL CONDOMINIUMS

Allan Adelson (561) 222-4444

BOLAY - OKEECHOBEE RESTAURANTS

Justin Testa (561) 815-5185

BROAD AND CASSEL ATTORNEYS

Clifford Hertz (561) 832-3300

BOLAY - PALM BEACH GARDENS RESTAURANTS

Dan Risick (561) 612-2859

BROWARD FACTORY SERVICE AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS & SERVICES

Bob Quittner (561) 313-3023

BOLAY - ROYAL PALM BEACH RESTAURANTS

Justin Brady (561) 899-0111

BRUCE GENDELMAN INSURANCE SERVICES INSURANCE - PROPERTY & CASUALTY

BORDERS CO., HF REALTORS REAL ESTATE - BROKER

Harry Borders (561) 689-0400

BUDGET PRINTING CENTER, LLC PRINTERS

Jay Goldfarb (561) 848-5700

BUFFALO WILD WINGS RESTAURANTS

Kurtis Hart (561) 687-2999

BURGERFI RESTAURANTS

Kenya Wilson (561) 557-9144

BURKHARDT CONSTRUCTION INC. CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Sarah Hoadley (561) 659-1400

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BOARD OF PALM BEACH COUNTY INC. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Kelly Smallridge (561) 835-1008

BUSINESS SUCCESS DEVELOPMENT, LLC BUSINESS COACHING

Pierre St. Jean (561) 510-8950

THE BUTCHERSHOP BEER GARDEN & GRILL RESTAURANTS

Michael Meyers (561) 812-2336

BUTLER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Nancy Rizzuto (561) 708-6118

CAPITOL HOMES REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Sophia Pascal (561) 236-2323

Scott Butler (561) 832-9700

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C & W TECHNOLOGIES COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES C&S COUNSELING AND CONSULTING COUNSELING

CAPITAL STRATEGIES INVESTMENT GROUP, LLC INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE

Michael Borlaug (561) 257-1879

CARASMATIC WELLBEING HEALTH & WELLNESS

Cara Abaldo (561) 293-0650

CARD SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL MERCHANT SERVICES

Donna Broder (561) 721-1900

Robert Welsh (772) 287-5215 Heather Spreadborough (561) 502-2091

C3 CLOUD COMPUTING CONCEPTS COMPUTERS - SOFTWARE & SERVICES

Dino Morra (561) 939-4021

CADDIENOW GOLF - CADDY SERVICE

Terry Wittek (561) 291-2152

CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOLS - PRIVATE CAREERSOURCE PALM BEACH COUNTY EMPLOYMENT PLACEMENT & TRAINING SERVICES

CAREERZING CAREER COUNSELING

CAFE BOULUD RESTAURANTS

Theresa Valiante (561) 655-6060

CALER, DONTEN, LEVINE, COHEN, PORTER & VEIL P.A. ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Cory Rubal (561) 832-9292

CALVIN, GIORDANO & ASSOCIATES, INC. ENGINEERS - CONSULTING

Ronnie Furniss (561) 684-6161

CAMELOT COMMUNITY CARE FOSTER CARE

Leslie Serena (561) 649-0877

CAMERON ESTATES APARTMENTS APARTMENTS

(561) 688-0588

CAN CPA CONSULTING, LLC ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Cheryl Nuzzolo (561) 310-4035

CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA GLOBAL, INC. HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

Peter Yesawich (561) 923-3100

CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY, INC. PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL SERVICES CAPITAL PARTNERS INVESTMENTS - PRIVATE EQUITY

Rev. David Carr (561) 683-6266 Steve Craig (561) 340-1060

Mrs. Carol Horner (561) 756-4251

CAREWELL HOMECARE, LLC HOME HEALTH SERVICES

Diane Towry (561) 602-0331

CARLTON FIELDS JORDEN BURT, P.A. ATTORNEYS

Joseph Ianno (561) 659-7070

CARROLL MANAGEMENT GROUP APARTMENTS

Toni Cowan (561) 882-9040

CASA GRANDVIEW WEST PALM BEACH HOTELS

Cheryl Grantham (877) 435-2786

CASAUNDRA HOPE LLC PERSONAL TRAINERS-FITNESS

Casaundra Hope (954) 639-2218

CASTLE GROUP PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Jordan Goldman (800) 337-5850

CASTLE WEALTH MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL ADVISORS, PLANNERS & CONSULTANTS CAWTHRA BUILDING GROUP, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS - SPEC HOMES

Melissa Gannon (561) 686-9604 Charles Cawthra (954) 494-4208

Carrie Bradburn (561) 833-7507 Andrew Winninger (561) 302-0354 Brian Fitzgerald (561) 515-6052

CEMEX BUILDING MATERIALS

Doug Augeri (561) 741-8200 G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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CENTENNIAL BANK BANKS CENTER FOR CHILD COUNSELING, INC. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

CENTERSTATE BANK BANKS

Jack Buell (561) 354-4273

Claudia Murphy (561) 721-8361 Gary Walter (561) 513-8997

CEO FOCUS OF PALM BEACHES, LLC BUSINESS CONSULTANTS

Jim Adkins (701) 540-7825

CHANGING TIDES CONSULTING CONSULTANTS

Kim Harty (561) 412-1700

CHARLEY’S CRAB RESTAURANTS CHARLIE HUGH JONES BUSINESS COACHING CHATSWORTH AT PGA NATIONAL ASSISTED LIVING

Marilyn Laughlin (561) 805-7000

Ms. Renee Layman (561) 244-9499

CENTRAL BARK DOGGY DAY CARE DOG GROOMING & BOARDING

CHARIOTS OF PALM BEACH INC. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS - NEW/USED/SERVICE

CHRISTMAS, ETC. STORES - RETAIL

Charles Sharoubin (561) 640-1090 Scott Tompkins (561) 659-1500 Charlie Hugh-Jones (561) 310-3561 Lisa Izquierdo (561) 227-3206

CIRONE CHIROPRACTIC CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS CITY CELLAR WINE BAR & GRILL RESTAURANTS

Dianne Cirone (561) 585-5677 Michael Ignatowicz (561) 366-0071

CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Jonathan Evans (561) 845-4010

CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Jeff Green (561) 822-1400

CITY OYSTER & SUSHI BAR RESTAURANTS CITY VOICE PODCAST MEDIA - PODCASTS

Todd Lawrence (561) 272-0220 Bill Newgent (561) 727-4010

Suzanne Dombrowski (561) 746-6900

CITYPLACE SHOPPING CENTERS ENTERTAINMENT RESTAURANTS

Erika Constantine (561) 820-0074

CHENEY BROTHERS INC. RESTAURANT & HOTEL SUPPLIES

Kinna Denowitz (561) 845-4700

CLEANMARK CLEANING SERVICES

Corey Goltz (954) 661-3156

CHERIBUNDI TART CHERRY BOCA RATON BOWL SPORTS EVENTS

Doug Mosley (561) 362-3660

CLEAR SPAN STRUCTURES, LLC CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Cathy Glass (561) 803-8100

CHEN MOORE AND ASSOCIATES ENGINEERS - CIVIL LAND PLANNER & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

THE CHESTERFIELD PALM BEACH HOTELS

Natalie Le Clerc (561) 659-5800

CHICAGO PRODUCTIONS TV & VIDEO PRODUCTION SERVICES

Dan Kenny (815) 343-0274

CHICK-FIL-A AT NORTHLAKE BLVD. RESTAURANTS

Stephanie Jamison (561) 842-5805 ext. 6

CHICK-FIL-A AT PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. RESTAURANTS CHILDREN’S SERVICES COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Rob Morris (561) 640-4144 Dr. Lisa Williams-Taylor (561) 740-7000

Chris Heine (561) 507-5448

CHRISTAFARO’S CATERERS

Doreen Alfaro (561) 835-0066

W W W. PA L M B E A C H E S . O R G

CMIT SOLUTIONS OF SOUTH PALM BEACH IT SERVICE PROVIDERS COASTAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS - GENERAL COASTAL NETWORK SOLUTIONS COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES COCHRANE & COMPANY ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC CODE RED RESTORATION, LLC WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

CHRIS ALLEN REALTY REAL ESTATE

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COLLECTIVE WATER RESOURCES, LLC ENGINEERING

Angelia Palahunik (561) 804-0200 Eva Hendricks (561) 968-0385 George Adornato (561) 659-5819 Mark Liskay (561) 355-5950 Reynolds Cochrane (561) 684-9566 Frank Taylor (800) 285-0754

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COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Rob Schneiderman (561) 353-3650

COLLINS INSURANCE INSURANCE

Jim Collins (561) 291-9112

COMCAST BUSINESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Jebediah Reynolds (561) 225-3965

COLONIAL LIFE / EQUITY FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC EMPLOYEE BENEFIT CONSULTANTS

Elaine Scola (561) 252-0121

COMCAST SPOTLIGHT ADVERTISING - MEDIA

Pat Mullon (561) 653-4900

COMMERCE CONSULTING, INC. CONSULTANTS

Jack Frost (561) 689-5225

COMMISSION FOR JEWISH EDUCATION OF THE PALM BEACHES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES & CONSULTANTS

Autumn Mella (561) 640-0700

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR PALM BEACH AND MARTIN COUNTIES FOUNDATIONS

Bradley Hurlburt (561) 659-6800

COMPANY NAME CATEGORIES

Primary Representative Primary Phone

COMPASS COMMUNITY CENTER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Julia Murphy (561) 533-9699

CONCENTRA MEDICAL CENTERS HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

Amy Zoete (561) 214-0405

CONFORTI & ASSOCIATES EMPLOYEE BENEFIT CONSULTANTS

Gerard Conforti (561) 882-0107

THE CONNECTION PUBLIC RELATIONS PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS

Angie Francalancia (561) 837-3251

CONSULTING TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS COPIERS & PRINTERS - SALES, SERVICE & SUPPLIES

Chris Peddicord (561) 910-0405

COORDINATED HEALTH ORTHOPEDICS

Danielle Garcia (707) 816-1718

CORAL STEEL COMPANY CONSTRUCTION - STEEL & MATERIALS

Sherrill Disbury (561) 798-8822

CORNERSTONE SOLUTIONS FLORIDA, LLC COMMUNICATIONS

Rick Asnani (561) 689-9787

CORNERSTONE SOLUTIONS, INC. EMPLOYMENT PLACEMENT & TRAINING SERVICES

Dwayne Wilson (561) 228-4503 ext. 8102

COZEN O’CONNOR ATTORNEYS - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

D. Scott Elliott (561) 515-5250

CPT PHILLIPS POINT, LLC PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Hal Friedman (561) 833-7337

CREC REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Robert Dabrowski (561) 833-7680

CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT, LLC NURSES CRL MEDIA MULTICULTURAL ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS ADVERTISING - AGENCIES & COUNSELORS

Pamela Salomone (561) 767-0143 Claudia Ruiz Levy (561) 855-2144

CROCKER PARTNERS, LLC REAL ESTATE - INVESTMENTS

John Osborne (561) 447-1801

CRYSTAL & COMPANY INSURANCE - RISK MANAGEMENT

Susie Dwinell (561) 273-2309

CULTURAL COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION CULTURE & THE ARTS

Rena Blades (561) 471-2901

D. BROOKS AND ASSOCIATES CPA’S, P.A. ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

David Brooks (561) 429-6225

D

D1 SPORTS HOLDINGS, LLC SPORTS TRAINING FITNESS

Mike Maystead (561) 296-0999

DABEINONG NORTH AMERICA, INC EXPORT/IMPORT

Vivian Hu (559) 260-9077

DAILEY JANSSEN ARCHITECTS, P.A. ARCHITECTS

Roger Janssen (561) 833-4707

DANIELI ART GALLERY ART GALLERIES, DEALERS, CONSULTANTS

Daniel Bouaziz (561) 557-5021

DARCY HALL OF LIFE CARE NURSING HOMES

Keslerme Thelemaque (561) 683-3333

DATAPRINT OF PALM BEACH, INC. PRINTERS PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS

Rob Fredricks (561) 630-7099

DATURA AUTO SALES & RENTALS AUTOMOBILE RENTALS & LEASING

Michael White (561) 655-8755

DAVE THE HEALTH COACH HEALTH COACH

Dave Lowrey (561) 635-2664

THE DAVID ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Brooke Murphy (561) 832-9785

DAVID LERNER ASSOCIATES, INC. INVESTMENTS

Steven Kaplan (561) 226-4500 x4531

DEBTHELPER.COM NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Nathan Danus (561) 584-4664

DEDICATED IT IT SOLUTIONS

Ryan York (561) 491-5750 G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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DELICIOUS SPOONFULS RESTAURANTS

Mrs. Helen Gottesman (561) 676-2078

DERMATOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF THE PALM BEACHES, PLLC PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS - DERMATOLOGY

Dr. Howard Green (561) 659-1510

DIGITAL TSUNAMI, LLC COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES

William Doomy 561-602-4231

DINA C’S FAB & FUNKY CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE CONSIGNMENT SERVICES

Dina Capehart (561) 659-1420

DIRECT AUTO & LIFE INSURANCE INSURANCE - AUTO & LIFE

Paul Wagner (561) 845-8335

DISCOVER THE PALM BEACHES CONVENTION BUREAUS

Jorge Pesquera (561) 233-3000

DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Michael Kiser (772) 631-3610

EAU PALM BEACH RESORT & SPA HOTELS

Maria Hirt (561) 533-6000

ECONOMIC COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Michael DeBock (561) 684-1551

ECONOMIC FORUM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EDDINGER’S PEST CONTROL PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES

W. Fred Eddinger (561) 650-0067

EDLOGIC, LLC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES & CONSULTANTS

Teodora Kamburov (954) 651-2166

EDUCATION FOUNDATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. FOUNDATIONS DOANE & DOANE, P.A. Rebecca G. Doane / Randall C. Doane ATTORNEYS - WILLS, TRUSTS & ESTATES (561) 656-0200 ATTORNEYS - PROBATE & GUARDIANSHIP DOLLAR PLUS MORE STORE STORES - RETAIL

Christopher Nicholson (561) 510-1279

DORRIAN’S RED HAND WPB RESTAURANTS

Daniel Dorrian (561) 355-1401

DOUBLETREE WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT HOTELS

Ali Etemadi (561) 689-6888

DRY CLEANING BY GRACE DRY CLEANING

Will Fedorenko (561) 469-1361

DRY PRO WATER-FIRE-MOLD, INC. FIRE & WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

Steve Brandt (561) 935-1605

Rebel Cook (561) 622-9920

James Gavrilos (561) 434-7303

EFUNDPRO LLC BUSINESS FINANCE

Mark Evans (561) 273-3932

ELEV8 CONSULTING GROUP MARKETING CONSULTANTS

Angela Delmedico (386) 243-5388

ELHILOW, SMITH & COMPANY LLC ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Hillary Smith (561) 659-3308

ELITE FLORIDA INSURANCE, INC. INSURANCE - BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL

Michael Horowitz (561) 845-0909

EMBASSY SUITES BY HILTON WEST PALM BEACH - CENTRAL HOTELS

Vanessa Goode (561) 689-6400

EMCOM HEARING LOSS TECHNOLOGY

Peggy Bell (561) 629-5556

EMPERORS GENTLEMEN’S CLUB NIGHTCLUBS & BARS

Don Ahrens (561) 800-1547

EMPIRE BEAUTY SCHOOL SCHOOLS - INDUSTRIAL & TECHNICAL & TRADE

Dwayne Thomas (561) 615-4265

ENDEAVOR METALS GROUP PRECIOUS METALS BROKER / DEALER

Nicholas Ganesh (561) 671-4620

ENVIRO-MASTER OF PALM BEACH JANITORIAL & MAINTENANCE SERVICES

Jon Hensley (561) 562-9229

EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF FLORIDA NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Bonni Gamble (561) 478-6515

DUFFY’S SPORTS GRILL RESTAURANTS

John Smith (561) 249-1682

EPPSTONE CAPITAL FINANCE - BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENTS

Ciro Mendoza (561) 906-6078

DUPUYTREN RESEARCH GROUP NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Charles Eaton (561) 429-8279

ESPN WEST PALM / GOOD KARMA BRANDS RADIO STATIONS & BROADCASTING COMPANIES

Steve Politziner (561) 697-8353

EARTH AND SUGAR BAKERY

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ETECH - PALM BEACH CENTER LLC TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Michael Ramsey (561) 841-0040 ext. 6673

Janderyn Makris (561) 735-1796 Jose Ramirez (561) 586-3739 Meghan Babson (561) 471-1688

EURO ASIAN BLADES CONSTRUCTION SUPPLIES

Scott Thedwall (561) 833-8992

EVELYN F. PARKES, C.P.A., P.A. ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

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EVERNIA PLACE SENIOR HOUSING EXCEL TERMITE & PEST CONTROL PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES EXECUTIVE COFFEE SERVICE INC. COFFEE SERVICES & PRODUCTS

Gustavo Rivas (561) 650-0110 Gretchen Erle (754) 222-1285 Greg Fragakis (561) 655-4700

EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT PROFESSIONALS EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES - PERM & TEMP

Lee Fossett (561) 471-8285

F FAMILIES FIRST OF PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Julie Swindler (561) 721-2887

FLAGLER MUSEUM MUSEUMS

Erin Manning (561) 655-2833

FLAGLER REALTY & DEVELOPMENT INC. REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Richard Johnson (561) 655-7200

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Phillip Rich (561) 297-0408

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY PUBLIC ETHICS ACADEMY SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Dr. Peter Cruise (561) 297-4049

FLORIDA CAREER COLLEGE SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Celeste Blackwell (561) 282-5441

FLORIDA COMMUNITY BANK, N.A. BANKS

Jennifer Rodriguez (561) 684-0888

FLORIDA CRYSTALS CORPORATION AGRIBUSINESS

Evelyn Hopkins (561) 366-5100

FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - DISTRICT 85 GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Rick Roth (561) 625-5176

FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - DISTRICT 90 Rep. Lori Berman GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, (561) 374-7850 CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS FAMILY CENTER FOR RECOVERY Melissa Tabor BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT (561) 296-5288 FASHANO LEADERSHIP GROUP, LLC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT - EXECUTIVE COACHING FASTSIGNS WEST PALM BEACH SIGNS

Robert Fashano (561) 445-1081 Al Cothern (561) 616-3590

FLORIDA PANTHERS HOCKEY CLUB SPORTS EVENTS

John Markiewicz (954) 835-7203

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY UTILITIES

Donald Kiselewski (561) 691-7948

FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANYNATURAL GAS & PROPANE UTILITIES

Crystal Campbell (800) 427-7712

FLORIDA SENATE - DISTRICT 30 GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

FELO MEDIA, LLC ADVERTISING - MEDIA FIELD OF GREENS RESTAURANTS

Sam Dillon (561) 510-5420 Debra Lakow / Hess Musallet (561) 820-2465

FIFTH THIRD BANK BANKS FINANCIAL PLANNING INVESTMENT GROUP INC. FINANCIAL ADVISORS, PLANNERS & CONSULTANTS

FIRST BANK OF THE PALM BEACHES BANKS

FIRST CITIZENS BANK BANKS

Alesia Keller (561) 514-9900 Louis Macloskey (561) 689-5724

Joseph Shearouse (561) 847-2700

Michael Coady (561) 253-8132

FIRST PREMIER PAYMENT SOLUTIONS, INC. FINANCIAL SERVICES

Paul Hayden (877) 650-9054

FIRST SERVE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Sonny Maken (561) 767-0220

Bobby Powell (561) 650-6880

FORDHARRISON LLP ATTORNEYS - LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW

Christine Hanley (561) 345-7500

FORGOTTEN SOLDIERS OUTREACH, INC. NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Lynelle Zelnar (561) 369-2933

FORTE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY SERVICES, INC. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Brenda Muter (561) 236-4526

FOUR SEASONS RESORT PALM BEACH HOTELS

Ashley Lanier (561) 582-2800

FRENCHMANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CREEK BEACH & COUNTRY CLUB COUNTRY CLUBS

Pamela Rudd (561) 622-8300

FRITZ LANDSCAPE SERVICES INC. LANDSCAPING

Michael Fritz (561) 723-5663

FTL METRICS WEB PERFORMANCE CONSULTING

Mr. Michael Punsky (617) 899-4774

FULLY PROMOTED PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS

Ben Bassett (561) 615-8655

FUTURE SHAPERS FLORIDA, LLC BUSINESS COACHING

Paul Ward (914) 646-9270

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GABRIELLA WEDDING GOWNS INC. WEDDING RETAIL

Gabriella Szollosi (561) 801-2111

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GAST CONSTRUCTION GROUP CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

GATOR RELOCATORS MOVING AND STORAGE LLC MOVERS & MOVING SUPPLIES GEIGER PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS GENESIS PARTNERS PALM BEACH LLC REAL ESTATE - INVESTMENTS

GENTILE GLAS HOLLOWAY O’MAHONEY & ASSOCIATES, INC. (2GHO) LAND PLANNER & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

Allen Gast (561) 281-1001

John Niemeyer (772) 267-6777 Mark Foley

GHT INSTITUTE HEALTH & WELLNESS

Mary Skeirik (561) 948-1948

GIFT OF LIFE MARROW REGISTRY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Sharon Kitroser (561) 982-2900

GILBANE BUILDING COMPANY CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Ted Cava (561) 223-4722

GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHEAST FLORIDA ASSOCIATIONS

Lisa Johnson (561) 427-0177

GIVE REALTY SOUTH FLORIDA REAL ESTATE

Candace Ortiz (561) 685-7368

GL HOMES OF FLORIDA CORPORATION REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPERS

Sarah Alsofrom (954) 753-1730

GLADIATOR CONSULTANTS FRANCHISE ADVISORS

Timothy Hurley (917) 873-1168

GLIDDENSPINA + PARTNERS ARCHITECTS

Keith Spina (561) 684-6844

GOOD GREEK MOVING AND STORAGE MOVING & STORAGE

John Osorio (561) 683-1313 Ruth-Allyson Webster (561) 406-0230

GOOD SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITALS

Tara McCoy (561) 655-5511

GRACIE STREET INTERIOR DESIGN INC. INTERIOR DESIGNERS

Susan Elhilow (561) 832-1141

GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET MARKETS - FOOD & ARTISANS

Page Disunno

GRATO RESTAURANTS

Oliver Folloso (561) 404-1334

GREASE BURGER BEER AND WHISKEY BAR RESTAURANTS

Kipper Greist (561) 651-1075

W W W. PA L M B E A C H E S . O R G

GREEN TOE TURF, LLC LANDSCAPING

Brian Brewer (561) 281-3863

GREENBERG TRAURIG, P.A. ATTORNEYS

Philip Hutchinson (561) 650-7900

THE GREENE SCHOOL SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

Dr. Denise Spirou (561) 293-2888

GREENSPEED USA LLC CLEANING SERVICES

Terje van Schaik (561) 313-6445

GREENWICH WEALTH MANAGEMENT WEALTH MANAGEMENT

Dean Nass (561) 822-3725

GREGG WEISS INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS

Gregg Weiss (561) 906-3787

Emily O’Mahoney (561) 575-9557 Douglas Ward (561) 598-6008

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Alex Bayatnia (561) 876-4441

Mr. James Nazzaro (561) 847-0114

GEOGLOBAL PARTNERS, LLC POND & FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES AQUARIUM PRODUCTS LAKE MANAGEMENT PRODUCTS

GOOD HANDS THERAPY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS

GREEN HOUSE BAZAAR, INC. RESTAURANTS

GREYSON CAPITAL, LLC MORTGAGES

Zoraida Cardenas (561) 203-5190

GRILL TANKS PLUS APPLIANCE REPAIR SERVICE

Paul Ricard (561) 244-2534

GRIT-STRONG FITNESS

Joy Warner (770) 853-1243

GROWTH SQUAD MARKETING CONSULTANTS

Jeremy Harris (772) 678-0921

GUARANTEEDPROS INTERNET - MARKETING & ADVERTISING GUARDHILL FINANCIAL CORP MORTGAGES

Alex Sepkowski (855) YES - GPROS Eve Robin Jarrett (631) 697-3366

GULFSTREAM GOODWILL INDUSTRIES THRIFT SHOPS

Brian Edwards (561) 848-7200

GUNDALOO GRATITUDE INDUSTRY

Meena Goyal (561) 513-6345

GUNSTER ATTORNEYS

Jenni Garrison (800) 749-1980

GYMGUYZ FITNESS - MOBILE, IN-HOME

Miss Kitty Magee (561) 618-3800

GYROTONIC SATNAM FITNESS STUDIO

Oblio Wish (561) 650-0304

H HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

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HEY SANDY PR & COMMUNICATIONS PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS

Sandy Collier (561) 386-5262

HI-TECH ROOFING & SHEET METAL, INC. ROOF CONTRACTORS

Michael Daley (561) 586-3110

HALO BRANDED SOLUTIONS ADVERTISING - PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Ilene Bennett (561) 304-2626

HIGH SPIRITS LIQUOR AND LOUNGE LIQUOR STORES

HALSEY & GRIFFITH OFFICE SUPPLIES / OFFICE FURNITURE COPIER FACSMILE

James Siemon (561) 820-8000

HILTON GARDEN INN WEST PALM BEACH HOTELS

Nick Durso (561) 472-5956

HILTON WEST PALM BEACH HOTELS

John Parkinson (561) 231-6000

HIPPOCRATES HEALTH INSTITUTE HEALTH EDUCATION & RESTORATION FACILITIES RESORTS HEALTH & WELLNESS

Michael Allen (561) 471-8876

HAMILTON REALTY REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Gerard Arsenault (561) 655-3113

HAMPTON INN WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT HOTELS

Joanne Schroeder (561) 472-7333

HARBOR AMERICA PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYER ORGANIZATIONS

Gerald Pisciottano (561) 336-2847

Patricia Saternis (561) 683-3050

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION HARBORSIDE COMFORT SERVICES HOME HEALTH SERVICES SENIOR CITIZENS’ SERVICES CLEANING SERVICES

Kevin Bogin (561) 308-1000

Jeremy Johnson (561) 832-4164

HIVE HOME, GIFT & GARDEN HOME FURNISHINGS

Sara McCann (561) 514-0322

HMC HEALTHWORKS HEALTH CARE CONSULTING & SERVICES

Christy Heady (561) 743-2898

HOFFMAN’S CHOCOLATES - GREENACRES CANDY & CONFECTIONERY

James Cichewicz (561) 967-2213

HOIST & CRANE SERVICE GROUP INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE ELEVATORS & MATERIAL HANDLING HARLESS & ASSOCIATES ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC HAVANA RESTAURANT RESTAURANTS

Nicole Suker (904) 445-7753

Caroline Harless (561) 666-4200 Vanessa Reyes (561) 547-9799

HOLIDAY INN PALM BEACH AIRPORT & CONFERENCE CENTER HOTELS HAWTHORN SUITES BY WYNDHAM WEST PALM BEACH Gina Worobel HOTELS (561) 472-7000

HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP ATTORNEYS

HEALTH CARE DISTRICT OF PALM BEACH COUNTY HEALTH & WELLNESS

HOLLAND PUMP COMPANY PUMP MANUFACTURER - SALES, RENTALS, SERVICE & DEWATERING

HEALTHSOURCE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS HEALTHY MOTHERS HEALTHY BABIES COALITION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION HEATH & COMPANY LIGHTING LIGHTING FIXTURES HEATHER E. TOWE, CENTURY 21 TENACE REALTY REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Peretheiura Baker (561) 659-1270 Dr. Sandra Hernandez (561) 792-4016

Abe Rothenberg (561) 659-3880 Wanda Whigham (561) 833-2000

HOLYFIELD & THOMAS LLC ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

William Blodgett (561) 697-3333 David Thomas, CPA (561) 689-6000

Michelle Gonzalez (561) 665-4515 Denise Scruggs (561) 833-0880 Heather Towe (561) 806-8550

HOME MADE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

Blake Papalia (561) 275-6795

HOMELESS COALITION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

HEDRICK BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS - GENERAL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Dale Hedrick (561) 689-8880

HENRY INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING LLC CONSULTANTS

Wayne Henry (561) 654-9000

HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON WEST PALM BEACH HOTELS

Marilyn Muñoz (561) 355-4764

Joe Dunann (561) 682-9188

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THE HONDA CLASSIC SPORTS EVENTS

Joanie Connors (561) 799-4619

INDEX INVESTMENT, LLC REAL ESTATE AND EQUITY INVESTMENTS

Russell Kerr (561) 459-9386

HORIZONS PEST CONTROL PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Mr. Joel Barrett (954) 804-8483

INSPERITY HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTING

HOSPICE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY FOUNDATION / TRUSTBRIDGE HOSPICES

Greg Leach (561) 494-6888

INSURANCE EXPRESS.COM INSURANCE

Jacqui Welch (561) 345-7323

HOTWIRE COMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Alina Anita (954) 372-8411

INSURANCE OFFICE OF AMERICA INSURANCE

Ray Dorsey (561) 721-3751

INTECH INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE

Justin Wright (561) 775-1100

HOUSING CENTER OF THE PALM BEACHES HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT HULETT ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Timothy Keough (561) 951-3078

Laurel Robinson (561) 655-8530 Steve Ryland (561) 686-7171

INTEGRATED HOME TECHNOLOGIES SECURITY SYSTEM INTEGRATION HUMAN CAPITAL ADVISORS FL BUSINESS CONSULTANTS

Theodore Bruccoleri (703) 623-2535

HYATT PLACE WEST PALM BEACH / DOWNTOWN HOTELS

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I PROMOTE U PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS

I-KARE TREATMENT CENTER, LLC ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION & TREATMENT CENTERS

Alaina Teitelbaum (561) 655-1454

Nichole Gary (561) 331-8453 Joey Petruzzelli (561) 982-4700

IBMSECU CREDIT UNIONS

Joey Petruzzelli (561) 982-4700

IDK MEDIA GROUP VIDEO - LIVE STREAMING

ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES - RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE, LLC. REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

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INTENTIONAL INFLUENCE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT - EXECUTIVE COACHING INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS LOCAL 728 LABOR ORGANIZATIONS

Chet Tart (561) 818-0177 Justin McIntosh (561) 966-2224

INTERNET BUSINESS SOLUTIONS AND DESIGN BUSINESS CONSULTANTS

Paula Ryan (561) 762-4358

IPLAN & DESIGN LAND PLANNER & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

Brian Cheguis (561) 797-4217

IRA WALDEN & SONS, INC. PAINTING - CONTRACTORS

Chad Quist (561) 585-9211

ISLAND ANIMAL HOSPITAL VETERINARIANS-DVM

Dr. Brad Ochstein (561) 833-8552

Stephen Marotta (954) 971-1279

IBMSECU CREDIT UNIONS

ICONIC EYE CARE OPTOMETRISTS

Fernando Canedo (561) 721-6446

Dr. Adam Ramsey (561) 336-0733 Dr. Jacob Nazarian (978) 496-5883

Nancy Grutschus (917) 445-4448

Virginia Spencer (561) 626-7000

J. ZOLLO & ASSOCIATES, INC. ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

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Janice Zollo-Ridenour (561) 969-7088

JAGUAR PALM BEACH AUTOMOBILE DEALERS - NEW/USED/SERVICE

Stephen Myers (561) 659-6206

JDL TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS / SERVICES

Scott Vogel (954) 334-0650

JEMS BEAUTY SUPPLY LLC BEAUTY SUPPLIES - DEALERS

Jamie Leblanc (254) 423-9508

JENSEN MOVING & STORAGE MOVING & STORAGE

Peter Ammann (772) 334-5787

JEROME GOLDEN CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Linda De Piano (561) 383-8000

JETTY PRODUCTIONS VIDEO PRODUCTION

Neilson Paty (561) 406-2019

JEWISH FEDERATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

David Fox (561) 242-6640

JOE DIMAGGIO CHILDRENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HOSPITAL HOSPITALS

Milin Espino (954) 265-5324

JOE GAETA TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANT INTERNET DEVELOPMENT & WEB DESIGN

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JOHN C. CASSIDY AIR CONDITIONING, INC. AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS & SERVICES

John Cassidy (561) 863-6750

KEISER UNIVERSITY SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Kimberly Lea (561) 471-6000

JONES EDMUNDS & ASSOCIATES, INC. CONSULTANTS ENGINEERING

Bill Lynch (561) 249-6757

KEISER UNIVERSITY FLAGSHIP CAMPUS SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Heather Gray (561) 478-5500

JONES, FOSTER, JOHNSTON & STUBBS P.A. ATTORNEYS

Theo Kypreos (561) 659-3000

KEY WEST TOURISM INC. TOURISM

Fanjing Meng (561) 631-2905

THE JORGENSEN TEAM, KELLER WILLIAMS REAL ESTATE

Bill Jorgensen (561) 801-3212

THE KEYES COMPANY REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

(561) 789-7726

KEYSTONE CHIROPRACTIC CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS

John Haslett (561) 247-0044

KG TAX & CONSULTING TAX RETURN PREPARATION & FILING TAXES - CONSULTANTS & REPRESENTATIVES

Katie Gorles (561) 660-8182

KISH EVENTS & DECOR EVENTS PLANNING

Vincent Kish (561) 777-6197

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF THE PALM BEACHES & TREASURE COAST, INC. BUSINESS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS

Claudia Kirk Barto (561) 242-9468

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF THE PALM BEACHES CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS

Dr. Noemi Coltea (561) 689-7590

JUPITER INLET LIGHTHOUSE & MUSEUM ATTRACTIONS MUSEUMS NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Kathleen Glover (561) 747-8380

JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITALS

Kathleen Ahern (561) 263-2234

JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION FOUNDATIONS JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER URGENT CARE URGENT CARE

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KITSON & PARTNERS REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPERS

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LA QUINTA INN & SUITES HOTELS

Jeannette Bingham (561) 624-4000

Daniel Lewandowski (561) 689-8540

THE LACY GROUP WEALTH MANAGEMENT

John Lacy (561) 514-4846

LAKESIDE HEALTH CENTER - LIFE CARE CENTERS OF AMERICA NURSING HOMES

Grant Garrison (561) 655-7780

Liv Vesely (561) 263-5728 Kathleen Ahern (561) 265-7010

LAND HOME FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. MORTGAGES

Andrew Kovalenko (561) 348-5159

THE LANDING OF LAKE WORTH ASSISTED LIVING

Robin Gliboff (561) 433-6002

LANDMARK INSURANCE OF THE PALM BEACHES INSURANCE - AUTO-HOME-BUSINESS

Sean Scott (561) 691-4900

LANG REALTY REAL ESTATE

Gina Sullo (561) 340-1200

KAREN’S EQUINE INTERVENTION, INC. Nora Janssen EQUINE ASSISTED EDUCATION / HORSE RESCUE & REHAB (561) 318-8043

LARMOYEUX & BONE ATTORNEYS

Bill Bone (561) 832-9434

KAST CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Dave DeMay (561) 402-8625

LAURA ASHLEY CATERING & EVENTS CATERING & EVENTS

Laura Todd (561) 315-1681

KAT PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION PHYSICAL THERAPISTS

(561) 689-5528

LAW FIRM OF CHARLES D. JAMIESON, P.A., THE ATTORNEYS ATTORNEYS - MARITAL & FAMILY LAW

KAPOW NOODLE BAR RESTAURANTS KARAS WILDERS CONSULTING BUSINESS CONSULTANTS

Melissa Leon (561) 246-3827 Barbara Wilders (561) 706-0075

LAW OFFICE OF AMY L. COSENTINO ATTORNEYS - MARITAL & FAMILY LAW

KAUFF’S SIGNS / TINT WRAPS WEB PRINT SIGNS TINTING ILLUMINATED SIGNS VEHICLE/WALL WRAP WEB DESIGN PRINTING

Steve Kauff (561) 775-3278

LAW OFFICE OF KREUSLER-WALSH, COMPIANI & VARGAS, P.A. ATTORNEYS - APPELLATE LAW

Charles Jamieson (561) 478-0312 Mike McCormick (561) 537-3019 Jane Kreusler-Walsh (561) 659-5455

THE LAW OFFICES OF CARLTON CAMPBELL, PLLC ATTORNEYS LAW OFFICES OF DODGER ARP, P.A. ATTORNEYS - ELECTION LAW ATTORNEYS

Carlton Campbell (561) 510-0260 Dodger Arp (561) 832-0320

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LEADERSHIP PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Noel Martinez (561) 833-4321

LEBOLO CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Michael Rice (561) 742-7644

LED CORPORATIONS LIGHTING - LED

LIVING LIFE AT HOME HOME HEALTH SERVICES

Taryn Gilman (561) 721-9615

Jana Estanislau (561) 429-3150

LEEDS CUSTOM DESIGN, LLC KITCHEN & BATH REMODELS

George Ford (561) 659-3134

LIVING TAO YOGA AND WELLNESS COACHING HEALTH & WELLNESS

LEGACY BANK OF FLORIDA BANKS

Romily Wotring (561) 471-4400

LOFTIN PLACE APARTMENTS

LEGALSHIELD / ID SHIELD LEGAL SERVICES & PLANS IDENTITY THEFT PROTECTION

Joan Quittner (561) 307-3687

LEMONLIGHT MEDIA VIDEO MARKETING

Vincent Moss (323) 813-8069

LENNAR BUILDERS LEO A DALY ARCHITECTS

Alexandra Vargas (561) 345-6708 Paul Twitty, VP / Bill Hanser, Principle (561) 688-2111

LEO HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH INSURANCE ALLIANCES

Melissa Frank (844) 782-8111

Valerie Calderon (561) 820-8744

LOMBARDO ADVERTISING - AGENCIES & COUNSELORS

Rita Lombardo (561) 557-4988

THE LORD’S PLACE INC. NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION CATERERS

Dennis Freeman (561) 537-4668

LOVE’S FLOWER SHOP FLORISTS

Tammy Pietranton (561) 659-0772

LOWE’S HOME IMPROVEMENT HOME IMPROVEMENT

Bill Lanning (561) 471-4828

LUMA WEST PALM APARTMENTS LESSER, LESSER, LANDY & SMITH, PLLC ATTORNEYS ATTORNEYS - PERSONAL INJURY/WRONGFUL DEATH

Gary Lesser (561) 655-2028

THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY ASSOCIATIONS

Pamela Payne (561) 616-8682

LEWIS LONGMAN & WALKER P.A. ATTORNEYS

LIFE CHANGES ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTER ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION & TREATMENT CENTERS

LIFE’S CHANGES PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. NOT-FOR-PROFIT LIFETIME DENTISTRY OF ROYAL PALM DENTISTS LIFETIME LEISURE EXPERIENCES SPEAKERS - PUBLIC

Marvin Stabler (561) 249-4475 Martin Mobarak (561) 301-1119 Holli Driver (334) 224-5179 Beth Benvenuti (561) 683-1000

LIGHTHOUSE REALTY SERVICES, INC. REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Blair Lee (561) 628-6683

LINDAMOOD-BELL LEARNING PROCESSES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES & CONSULTANTS

Alex Curbelo (561) 293-2902

LINDT CHOCOLATE SHOP CANDY & CONFECTIONERY

Suzanne Soos (561) 683-2020

W W W. PA L M B E A C H E S . O R G

Lisa Lynn (561) 844-1142

LYNN UNIVERSITY SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Steve Pruitt (561) 237-7900

LYNORA’S - JUPITER RESTAURANTS

Jennifer Berthiaume (561) 793-1084

Angelo Abbenante (561) 203-2702

LYNORA’S - WEST PALM BEACH RESTAURANTS

Colton Lance (561) 899-3117

LYTAL, REITER, SMITH, IVEY AND FRONRATH ATTORNEYS - CIVIL TRIAL LAW

William Williams (561) 820-2205

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Christopher Klesh (561) 386-2986 Henry Colon (561) 436-7292

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LUND & PULLARA INC. CUSTOMS BROKERS FREIGHT FORWARDING

Shernette Taylor (561) 814-2138

LIGHTHOUSE CONSULTING LLC BUSINESS CONSULTANTS BUSINESS & IT CONSULTING SERVICES CHANGE MANAGEMENT CONSULTING CONSULTANTS HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTING MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS

LION COUNTRY SAFARI, INC. - FL ATTRACTIONS

Cristin Suntzenich (561) 683-4200

Mr. Robert Diffenderfer (561) 640-0820

LEXICON INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION COMPUTERS - NETWORK SECURITY

LIFE HAPPENS COUNSELING & WELLNESS COUNSELOR / LIFE COACH

Renee Denault (561) 800-5212

MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE THEATRES

MARCIANO FAMILY OPTOMETRIC, A MEMBER OF VISION SOURCE OPTOMETRISTS

Dana Munson (561) 575-2223 Box Office

Dr. Mark Marciano (561) 242-1200


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MIKE’S AIR & REFRIGERATION, INC. AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS & SERVICES

MARINA KEY LUXURY APARTMENTS ON THE INTRACOASTAL APARTMENTS

Toni Cowan (561) 882-9040

MINTO COMMUNITIES REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPERS

Leslie Fisher (954) 973-4490

MOBILE NOTARY PBC ATTORNEYS - SERVICES

Onias Derilus (561) 336-8875

MOLLY’S TROLLEYS OF WEST PALM BEACH TRANSPORTATION MARINE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS

Alyssa Freeman (561) 863-0012

MASSEY CLARK FISCHER INC. INSURANCE

Eric Fischer (561) 478-1660

MAVERICKS HIGH OF PALM SPRINGS SCHOOLS

Jonelle Allen (561) 623-6935

MAX PLANCK FLORIDA FOUNDATION FOUNDATIONS

Barbara Suflas Noble (561) 972-9020

MCDONALD’S RESTAURANTS

Michele Heisner (561) 686-7177

MCDONALD’S/ ‘B’ ING THE BEST, INC. RESTAURANTS

Ricky Wade (561) 863-3456

MCLAUGHLIN & STERN, LLP ATTORNEYS

William Abel (561) 659-4020

MCLEOD MCCARTHY & ASSOCIATES ENGINEERS - CIVIL ENGINEERS - CONSULTING

Todd McLeod (561) 689-9500

MORSELIFE NURSING HOMES HOME HEALTH SERVICES INDEPENDENT LIVING REHABILITATION MEMORY CARE MORTON’S THE STEAKHOUSE RESTAURANTS

Ana Elvir (561) 835-9664

THE MOSAIC GROUP PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS

Ann Marie Sorrell (561) 651-9565

MOSENIE HARPLEY, BOWEN REALTY REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Mosenie Harpley (561) 702-9437

MOSS & ASSOCIATES, LLC CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

C. Robin Galanti (954) 524-5678

MOUNTS BOTANICAL GARDEN OF PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Charlotte Laurent-Ottomane (561) 233-1757

MRACHEK, FITZGERALD, ROSE, KONOPKA, THOMAS & WEISS, P.A. ATTORNEYS

Daniel Thomas (561) 655-2250

THE MUR LAW FIRM, P.A. ATTORNEYS - INTERNATIONAL TAX LAW ASSET PROTECTION ATTORNEYS

Mr. Lazaro Mur (561) 531-1005

Paul Lapidus (561) 662-1873

Shanon Materio (561) 585-9011

MURPHY BUSINESS & FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC BUSINESS BROKERS

MCNICHOLAS & ASSOCIATES PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS

Tom McNicholas (772) 219-1719

MUSEUM 66 MUSEUMS

MEDEXPRESS URGENT CARE URGENT CARE MEGA LIMOZ, LLC LIMOUSINE SERVICE MELLOW MUSHROOM RESTAURANTS

Pamela Calzadilla (561) 802-6979 (561) 333-9331

Maggi Rosenberg (561) 708-1870

MY LIFE’S DOCUMENTS DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS MY TOWN 2 GO DELIVERY SERVICES

Yanira Colamarco (561) 840-6342 Tammy Lucich (561) 653-1351

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N2 PUBLISHING PUBLISHERS MERCANTIL BANK, N.A. BANKS METROPOLITAN SYSTEMS INC. ADVERTISING - OUTDOOR MICHAEL S. NASON O.D. P.A. PHYSICIANS - OPTOMETRISTS

Gregory Daniel (561) 515-1355 Peter Urba (561) 845-7050 Dr. Michael Nason (561) 471-0888

Molly Stahlman (561) 838-9511 Janna Zaidspiner (561) 578-9402

MCMOW ART GLASS, INC. GLASS - STAINED & GLAZED

MEALS ON WHEELS OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC. NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Michael Griffiths (305) 331-9306

Michael Lugrand (561) 632-2150 Giorgio Schiavone (561) 346-0319

Pamela Terrell (561) 316-7633

NAI MERIN HUNTER CODMAN REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL NANCY HANLON ASSOCIATES, INC. ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS (NAMI) PALM BEACH COUNTY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Jason Sundook (561) 471-8000 Nancy Hanlon (561) 649-8535 Katherine Murphy (561) 588-3477

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NATIONAL CHAMBER PROGRAM / OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE SUPPLIES / OFFICE FURNITURE

Matt Landry (313) 596-0414

NATIONAL CREMATION SOCIETY FUNERAL HOME/CREMATION SERVICES

Lori Banes (561) 848-5170

NATIONAL CROQUET CENTER EVENT & BANQUET FACILITIES

Marie Sweetser (561) 478-2300

NATIONAL PLANNING CORPORATION FINANCIAL ADVISORS, PLANNERS & CONSULTANTS

Thomas Leinwol (561) 864-8328

NATIONAL PRINT & DESIGN PRINTERS

David Ebenstein (561) 877-0995

NAVARRO LOWREY PROPERTIES, INC. REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Frank Navarro (561) 688-2530

NEBO GROUP, LLC FINANCIAL SERVICES

William Doniger (561) 512-8451

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY INSURANCE - LIFE & INVESTMENTS

Edward Martyn (917) 232-1993

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY INSURANCE

Lawrence Jean-Louis (561) 309-6406

NEWTACK STRATEGIES MARKETING CONSULTANTS

Shari Meltzer (561) 801-3789

NEXXEN TECHNOLOGIES, INC. COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES

Nick Fortin (561) 718-1770

NORTHERN TRUST GLOBAL INVESTMENTS INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE NORTON MUSEUM OF ART MUSEUMS

Melinda Mecca (561) 653-2500 Hilary Greene (561) 832-5196

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Kent Runyon (727) 232-8401

NOWLEN HOLT & MINER P.A. ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Edward Holt (561) 659-3060

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O’DONNELL AGENCY PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS ADVERTISING - MARKETING AGENCIES DIGITAL MEDIA SERVICES INTERNET - MARKETING & ADVERTISING

Seth Asofsky (516) 395-6790

Carey O’Donnell (561) 832-3231

Rachel Barden (888) 328-2463

OK CORRAL GUN CLUB SHOOTING SPORTS CLUB

Timothy Yahner (863) 357-2226

W W W. PA L M B E A C H E S . O R G

ONE CLEARLAKE CENTRE, LLC C/O CBRE, INC. OFFICE BUILDINGS - LEASING

Michelle Horn (561) 833-7680

ONE PARKING, INC. PARKING GARAGE MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS

Kirsten Dolan (561) 833-7222

ONLINE DESIGN CLUB WEBSITE DESIGN

Brandon Cook (888) 343-0403

ONLINE TRADING ACADEMY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES & CONSULTANTS

Ron Thompson (561) 508-9160

OPTIMIZED PRECISION CHIROPRACTIC CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS

Nageeb Hanna (561) 720-9495

OPTIMUM ORIGENS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANTS

Bjorn Campbell (561) 419-4258

ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE, INC. NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION SPORTS EVENTS

Latoya Williams (305) 341-4728

OXBRIDGE ACADEMY SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

John Klemme (561) 972-9600

P P & M COMPOUNDING PHARMACY PHARMACIES

Shailesh Shah (561) 660-8650

PACIFIC IMPORT AND EXPORT LLC INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES

Monika Lindner (561) 713-4017

PACIFICA SENIOR LIVING OF PALM BEACH ASSISTED LIVING

Helen Aitieri (561) 434-0434

PADDOCK PARTNERSHIPS INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE

Paul Paddock

PAIGE HAILS, REALTOR REAL ESTATE

OASIS OUTSOURCING EMPLOYEE LEASING

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Chuck Mohler (561) 684-5657

George Dungee (561) 805-2100

NOVUS MEDICAL DETOX OF WEST PALM BEACH DETOX

NPERSPECTIVE BUSINESS CONSULTANTS

OLYMPUSAT, INC. ENTERTAINMENT & MEDIA

PAINTERS PLUS PAINTING - CONTRACTORS

PALEY ORTHOPEDIC & SPINE INSTITUTE HEALTHCARE - ORTHOPEDICS

Mrs. Paige Hails (561) 541-6023 Wm. Howard Davis (855) 693-7587

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PALM BEACH ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

Vicki Pugh (561) 803-2000

PALM BEACH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & WELLNESS PSYCHOTHERAPISTS

Dr. Kelly Everson (561) 429-2397

PALM BEACH COMMUNITY BANK BANKS

PALM BEACH METAL RECYCLING, INC. SCRAP METALS

Katy Dull (561) 689-0909

PALM BEACH OPERA INC. OPERA

David Walker (561) 833-7888

PALM BEACH OUTLETS SHOPPING CENTERS

Pam Rada (561) 515-4400

Calvin Cearley (561) 681-7200

PALM BEACH COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER / SPECTRA VENUE MANAGEMENT & FOOD SERVICES CONVENTION CENTERS

Dave Anderson (561) 366-3000

PALM BEACH COUNTY FOOD BANK NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Karen Errin (561) 670-2518

PALM BEACH COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY ASSOCIATIONS

Lauren Stoops (561) 433-3940

PALM BEACH COUNTY OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Angie Whitaker (561) 616-6849

PALM BEACH COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Dorothy Jacks (561) 355-3230

PALM BEACH COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Susan Bucher (561) 656-6200

PALM BEACH DAY ACADEMY LOWER CAMPUS SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

Dr. Edwin Gordon (561) 832-8815

PALM BEACH DAY ACADEMY UPPER CAMPUS SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

Dr. Edwin Gordon (561) 655-1188

PALM BEACH PARK OF COMMERCE INDUSTRIAL PARK

Jeanne Murphy (561) 625-8027

PALM BEACH PATIO SCREENS SCREEN ENCLOSURES

(561) 571-8085

THE PALM BEACH POST NEWSPAPERS

Andy Blizzard (561) 820-4929

PALM BEACH PROSTHODONTICS DENTISTS PROSTHETIC RECONSTRUCTION

Caryn Kleiman (561) 682-0999

PALM BEACH SHAPE, LLC BODY CONTOURING

Tricia Wesolek (561) 329-5700

PALM BEACH DRAMAWORKS THEATRES

Sue Ellen Beryl (561) 514-4042

PALM BEACH SHOW GROUP EXPOSITIONS, TRADE SHOWS & FAIRS

Kelsi Hartman (561) 822-5440

PALM BEACH GARDENS MARRIOTT HOTELS

Jeri-Ann Hart (561) 630-1307

PALM BEACH SPINE & DIAGNOSTIC INSTITUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT

Cathy Zalusky (561) 649-8770

PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES

(561) 967-7222

PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE FOUNDATION FOUNDATIONS

Suellen Mann (561) 868-3450

PALM BEACH TECH ASSOCIATION NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Joseph Russo (561) 512-7306

PALM BEACH YACHT CLUB & MARINA CLUBS - PRIVATE MARINAS

Harris Levitt (561) 655-8711

PALM BEACH GARDENS MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITALS PALM BEACH GLASS SPECIALTIES, INC. GLASS & GLAZING CONTRACTORS PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY SCHOOLS PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AIRPORTS

PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY SPORTS EVENTS

PALM BEACH KENNEL CLUB SPORTS EVENTS

Dianne Goldenberg (561) 622-1411 Donill Kenney (561) 655-3344 Ms. Carolyn Wathey (561) 338-3811 Lacy Larson (561) 471-7420

Christopher Harris (561) 622-1400

Alexis Barbish-Sommer (561) 683-2222

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PALM BEACH ZOO & CONSERVATION SOCIETY ATTRACTIONS

Kathleen Breland (561) 533-0887

THE PALM BEACHES MARATHON, LLC / K2 SPORTS VENTURES, LLC SPORTS EVENTS

Ken Kennerly (561) 758-3582

PALM HARBOR MARINA MARINAS

John Smundin (561) 655-4757

PALM HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION, INC. FOUNDATIONS PALMBEACHCOUNTYVACATIONRENTAL.COM VACATION RENTALS

PICNIC FASHION LLC HOME FURNISHINGS

Becky Finn (561) 328-7983

PIKE & LUSTIG, LLP ATTORNEYS - COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

Amy Hinkler (561) 855-7585

PIKE ELECTRIC, LLC ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS / UTILITIES

Will Pike (336) 719-4235

PIONEER LINENS LINENS & HOME ACCESSORIES

Penny Murphy (561) 655-8553

PIPELINE POKEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CO. RESTAURANTS

Ben Bussey / Steve Schweighardt

PLANT & GROW TREE FARMS INC. TREE FARMS

Betty Boyer (561) 993-4343

Marjorie Sullivan (561) 833-6333 Sarah Elizabeth Willmore (561) 373-8585

PALMTECH COMPUTER SOLUTIONS COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES

Chuck Poole (561) 969-1616

PNC BANK BANKS

Michael Hamilton (561) 803-9796

POINCIANA GOLF CLUB GOLF COURSES - PUBLIC

Frederic Paquet (561) 439-4721

POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE OF WEST PALM BEACH, INC. ASSOCIATIONS

Brittany Perdigon (561) 835-7195 Julianna Wagner (786) 510-6939

PARADIGM SHIFT AT WORK MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS

Carla Bryant (703) 203-4094

POLLO TROPICAL RESTAURANTS

PARAMOUNT DISASTER RECOVERY CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Karen DeVaux (772) 905-2423

PORT OF PALM BEACH DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION

Aidy Alonzo (561) 383-4100

POTENTIA ACADEMY SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC - SPECIAL EDUCATION

Janice Meeks (561) 433-5557

PASSPORT PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA CORPORATION Robert Kirschner PUBLISHERS (561) 615-3900, Ext. 19 PATRICIA RITER, LLC / COLDWELL BANKER REAL ESTATE

PRACTICAL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS MERCHANT SERVICES

Patricia Riter (561) 252-7577

PRATT & WHITNEY (A UNITED TECHNOLOGIES COMPANY) AEROSPACE / JET ENGINE MANUFACTURER PEGGY ADAMS ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE ANIMAL SHELTERS

Mr. Rich Anderson (561) 472-8844

THE PENSION SOURCE RETIREMENT PLANNING SERVICES

Barbara LaBounty (772) 287-9163

PERRY & TAYLOR, P.A. ATTORNEYS

F. Martin Perry (561) 721-3300

PERSIST COMMUNICATIONS MARKETING CONSULTANTS

Gary Rothkopf 866 4-Persist

PETER ANDERSON, CFP AT RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL ADVISORS, PLANNERS & CONSULTANTS

Peter Anderson (954) 205-5009

Tim Gonyer (561) 478-2602

PRIME STORAGE STORAGE - HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL

Jeff Boire (561) 820-8871

PRIMEPAY PAYROLL PREPARATION SERVICE

Anne Erdman (561) 254-2107

PRINCIPLE PERSONNEL GROUP EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES - PERM & TEMP

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David Fine (561) 627-2000

Deanna Usiadek (561) 796-8511

PREFERRED PRINTING & GRAPHICS PRINTERS - COPYING

PRIMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL SERVICES

PGA NATIONAL RESORT & SPA RESORT ACCOMMODATIONS GOLF COURSES - PRIVATE HOTELS

Dan Bond (877) 456-7722 Ext. 8014

PRODUCTIVE POWER TECHNOLOGY TRAINING PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING SERVICES BY STEPHANIE SWETLAND ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

Sohail Dadressan (561) 308-3407 David Stemm (772) 291-2934 Christina Lambert (561) 420-9494 Stephanie Swetland (561) 207-2407


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PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT, LLC Mr. Roderick Fraser BUSINESS CONSULTANTS (617) 201-0105 PROPER PARKING PARKING GARAGE MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS VALET SERVICE

Gali Edwards (855) 776-7371

PROPERTY GROUP PARTNERS LLC REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Michele Pellico (561) 650-0900

PROSOURCE OF PALM BEACH FLOOR MATERIALS

Michael Taylor (561) 848-2221

PROVIDENT JEWELRY JEWELERS

Dean Dignoti (561) 207-3168

PRUITT & PRUITT, P.A. ATTORNEYS

William Pruitt (561) 655-8080

PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS INC. STORE #848 AT CITYPLACE GROCERS

Wade Rinderknecht (561) 651-7787

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QUALITY INN - WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT HOTELS

Joseph Ferrara (561) 471-8700

QUANTUM HOUSE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Robi Jurney (561) 494-0515

QUATTLEBAUM FUNERAL, CREMATION AND EVENT CENTER AT HILLCREST MEMORIAL PARK FUNERAL HOMES & DIRECTORS QUEEN OF PAWNS PAWNBROKERS

RAINDANCER STEAK HOUSE RESTAURANTS RAMPELL DIVISION OF MBAF ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

John Tineri (561) 833-4061

Matthew DeStefano (561) 434-4149

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RADIANT HEALTH AND WELLBEING HEALTH & WELLNESS RADISE INTERNATIONAL, L.C. ENGINEERS - GEOTECHNICAL

Bryan Megrath (561) 848-6272

RAPTIS RARE BOOKS BOOK STORE

Adrienne Raptis (561) 508-3479

Robert Samuels (561) 833-7755

PRUDENTIAL ADVISORS FINANCIAL SERVICES

QUEST WORKSPACES EXECUTIVE SUITES

RAPIDS WATER PARK ATTRACTIONS

Carye Farrell (561) 370-7400

THE RAYMOND F. KRAVIS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS THEATRES

Judith Mitchell (561) 833-8300

RE/MAX PRESTIGE REALTY REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Lisa Mack (561) 714-1792

REAL LIFE INSURANCE SOLUTIONS / MEMBER OF AGENTSNET INSURANCE - RISK MANAGEMENT

Evelio Miranda (561) 449-2232

REALTORS ASSOCIATION OF THE PALM BEACHES, THE Matthew Leger ASSOCIATIONS (561) 727-2760

REDMOND FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL SERVICES

Vernon Redmond (561) 201-2644

REDSKY MANAGEMENT, LLC / ESPERANTE CORPORATE CENTER REAL ESTATE - MANAGEMENT

Jo Ann Holl (561) 650-7300

REG ARCHITECTS, INC. ARCHITECTS

Rick Gonzalez (561) 659-2383

REHABCARE / KINDRED AT HOME REHABILITATION SERVICES HOME HEALTH SERVICES

Jen Humphrey (561) 670-1508

REICHEL REALTY & INVESTMENTS INC. REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

William Reichel (561) 478-4440

REIKENIS & ASSOCIATES, LLC ENGINEERS - CONSULTING

Richard Reikenis (561) 818-5381

RELATED COMPANIES REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPERS

Gopal Rajegowda (561) 227-0290

RELIANCE TREATMENT CENTERS ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION & TREATMENT CENTERS Dan Zhou (561) 207-8833

RESCARE HOMECARE HOME HEALTH SERVICES

David Zide (561) 845-0600 Melissa McLeieer (561) 585-1062

Gregory Stelmack (561) 841-0103 Spiro Fragiskakis (561) 684-2810 Richard Rampell (561) 655-5855

RESIDENCE INN WEST PALM BEACH DOWNTOWN / CITYPLACE HOTELS

Connie Breen (561) 653-8100

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RESIDENTIAL HOME FUNDING CORP. MORTGAGES

Cathy McKney (203) 599-5748

REVITALIV MEDICAL OFFICE

Dr. Adriana Rosselli (561) 717-9532

RF HOME INSPECTIONS HOME INSPECTION SERVICE

Steven Rhoads (561) 529-1019

RICHARD AND PAT JOHNSON PALM BEACH COUNTY HISTORY MUSEUM MUSEUMS

Jeremy Johnson (561) 832-4164

RICHARD ROOT INVESTIGATIONS PRIVATE INVESTIGATIVE AGENCIES

Richard Root (954) 306-9040

RICKARDO WILLIAMS, P.A. REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Rickardo Williams, P.A. (786) 424-3803

ROBERT W. BAIRD & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICES

Rocco Mangel (561) 650-1001

ROCCO’S TACOS & TEQUILA BAR RESTAURANTS

Rocco Mangel (561) 623-0127

RODERICK C. MOE CPA, PA ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Heather Sherrod (561) 649-5109

ROGER DEAN CHEVROLET INC. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS - NEW/USED/SERVICE

Jeff Page (561) 683-8100

ROGER DEAN STADIUM SPORTS EVENTS

Mike Bauer (561) 775-1818

ROSARIAN ACADEMY SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

Lenny Rosner (561) 967-8600

ROTH STAFFING COMPANIES, L.P. DBA ULTIMATE STAFFING SERVICES AND LEDGENT FINANCE & ACCOUNTING STAFFING

Kimberly White (561) 687-8896

ROYAL PALM EVENTS AT MADISON GREEN CATERERS CATERING & EVENTS

David Case (561) 784-5225

RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE - WEST PALM BEACH RESTAURANTS

S

Adam Kaytes (561) 514-3544 Anthony LaCavalla (561) 840-8169

THE SADATI CENTER FOR AESTHETIC DENTISTRY DENTISTS THE SALVATION ARMY ASSOCIATIONS

SANDYJAMES FINE FOOD AND PRODUCTIONS, INC. CATERERS W W W. PA L M B E A C H E S . O R G

SCHANEL & ASSOCIATES CPA ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Glenn Schanel (561) 624-2118

SCHMIDT NICHOLS LAND PLANNER & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

Jon Schmidt (561) 684-6141

SCHOOLEY MITCHELL OF WPB MERCHANT SERVICES TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Angel Milanes (561) 422-4995

SCHULZBUSINESS SELLUTIONS CONSULTANTS

Greta Schulz (561) 745-8892

SCOTT LEWIS’ GARDENING & TRIMMING LANDSCAPING

Gail Fulcher (561) 670-3000

Mr. Stephen Rubenacker (561) 832-5131

ROSNER’S INC. APPLIANCE - SALES & SERVICE

148

Adil Avunduk (561) 285-7990

Keith Epstein (561) 650-5900

ROCCO’S TACOS & TEQUILA BAR RESTAURANTS

RYBOVICH MARINAS

SANT AMBROEUS RESTAURANTS

SEACOAST BANK BANKS SEACREST SERVICES INC. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SEAGULL SERVICES FULFILLMENT SERVICES

(561) 753-8484

James Bartle (561) 366-0012

Ava Alexandrova (561) 656-6344 Ms. Barbara Nurenberg (561) 842-5814

SEMINOLE CASINO COCONUT CREEK CASINOS

Kerrie Brunette (954) 977-6700

SENIOR LIFE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP INC.. PUBLISHERS

Anita Finley (561) 864-1101

SERVPRO OF NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTY LAKE WORTH FIRE & WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

Major Pierre Smith (561) 686-3530

J. Russell Greene (561) 615-5050

Donna Goldfarb (561) 881-8784

SEWELL HARDWARE CO. HARDWARE CONSTRUCTION SUPPLIES

Chap Brown (561) 832-7171

SHARP COMMUNICATIONS, INC. COMMUNICATIONS

Nicole Janok (561) 328-8137

SHARPSHOOTER MARKETING GROUP, LLC MARKETING CONSULTANTS

Monica Kallas (561) 762-1713

SHIELD BRIGHT AUTO & MARINE SERVICES

Cynthia Rivera (561) 800-2631

SHIRLEY ENRICO FOUNDATION NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

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SHOES FOR CREWS SHOES

Omar Lawrence (561) 683-5090

SHOW MANAGEMENT EXPOSITIONS, TRADE SHOWS & FAIRS

Dane Graziano (954) 764-7642

SHUTTS & BOWEN, LLP ATTORNEYS

Harvey Oyer (561) 835-8500

SOLUTIONS HYPNOSIS HEALTH CARE CONSULTING & SERVICES

Robert Dean (561) 600-5110

SONG + ASSOCIATES, INC. ARCHITECTS

Jill Lanigan (561) 655-2423

SOUND ON AUDIOLOGY AUDIOLOGISTS

Jami Leventhal (561) 469-9846

SOUNDARYA SPA SPA SERVICES

Rebecca Enrico (800) 440-2805

SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR & PBC EXPOSITIONS, INC. EXPOSITIONS, TRADE SHOWS & FAIRS SIBONEY CONTRACTING CO. CONTRACTORS - GENERAL TRANSPORTATION LOGISTICS

Alida Rodriguez (561) 832-3110

SIGN A RAMA SIGNS

Maria DeFeo (561) 687-7993

SIGNATURE INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE, LLC REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

Martha Penagos (954) 826-8776

SIGNATURE SERVICES & PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS Mr. Joel Piekarski ADVERTISING - PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES (330) 858-1516

SOUTH FLORIDA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSPORTATION

Victor Garcia (954) 942-7245

SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM ATTRACTIONS

John Fischetti (561) 775-5599

SILVER AIRWAYS AIRLINES

Misty Pinson (801) 401-9100

SILVERBAIT DESIGN INC. EXHIBIT DESIGN

Mark Khan (917) 327-5705

SIMMONS & WHITE, INC. ENGINEERS - CIVIL & TRAFFIC

Sarah Abercrombie (561) 478-7848

SIMPLITFY COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES

Erick Solms (561) 425-6100

SINGER ISLAND VACATION RENTALS VACATION RENTALS

Brittany O’Connor (561) 531-3521

SIR SPEEDY PRINTING (DOWNTOWN) PRINTERS

Yuda Raz (561) 833-9661

SISCA CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Jonathan Flah (561) 686-5545

SLO RECOVERY CENTERS James Witteck BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT (561) 272-9404 SLPOWERS IT SERVICE PROVIDERS

Rory Sanchez (561) 835-8351

SMITH & DOWNEY, P.A. ATTORNEYS - LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW SNAIDERO USA CABINETS & CABINETRY THE SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS MUSEUMS

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Mr. Howard Kirkpatrick (561) 337-5391 Allison Ortiz Kane (786) 662-3850 Dr. David Breneman (561) 655-7227

Ms. Becky Haltermon Robinson (561) 640-4000

Lew Crampton (561) 832-1988

SOUTH FLORIDA TECH GROUP COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES

Kori Ellis (561) 214-4744

SOUTHEASTERN PRINTING PRINTERS - COMMERCIAL

Chuck Gerardi (772) 600-2527

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES AIRLINES

Alison Hoefler (813) 968-2260

SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICES, INC. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS SIKORSKY - A LOCKHEED MARTIN COMPANY AEROSPACE & DEFENSE

Richard Vymlatil (561) 793-0333

Todd Wodraska (561) 630-4922

SPRINGHILL SUITES WEST PALM BEACH HOTELS

Tenille McLeod (561) 689-6814

SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Cristian Hauser (561) 702-3183

ST. ANN CATHOLIC SCHOOL SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

Susan Demes (561) 832-3676

ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

Ron McElhone (561) 622-1504

ST. MARY’S MEDICAL CENTER AND THE PALM BEACH CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL HOSPITALS

Brittany Wilson (561) 844-6300

STAPLES - LAKE PARK OFFICE SUPPLIES / OFFICE FURNITURE

Mark O’Malley (561) 882-0928

STAR BRIGHT ADVISERS, LLC FINANCE - BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENTS

Thomas Gipson (800) 305-8318

STAR RANCH ENTERPRISES AGRIBUSINESS

Noel Shapiro (954) 920-7711

STARGROUP INTERNATIONAL INC. MARKETING CONSULTANTS MEDIA CONSULTANTS

Brenda Star (561) 547-0667

STATE REPRESENTATIVE BILL HAGER - DISTRICT 89 GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS STATE REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPH ABRUZZO DISTRICT 81 GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Rep. Bill Hager (561) 470-6607 Joseph Abruzzo (561) 470-2086

STORAGE RENTALS OF AMERICA STORAGE - HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL

Jackie Hall (561) 650-1222

STORE SELF STORAGE AND WINE STORAGE STORAGE - HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL

Drew Feinberg (561) 627-8444

STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTIONS JANITORIAL & MAINTENANCE SERVICES

Jill Dawson (561) 469-8795

STUDIO 6 EXTENDED STAY HOTELS

Althea Bailey (561) 640-3335 G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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SUDDATH RELOCATION SYSTEMS MOVERS & MOVING SUPPLIES

Bruce Smith (800) 999-5466

SUE JONES PROMOTIONS ADVERTISING - PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Sue Jones (561) 401-9862

SUFFOLK CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Rick Kolb (561) 282-3000

THREE HARBOR LIGHTS ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

THRIVE FOR A CHANGE OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC SOCIAL SERVICES & ORGANIZATIONS

Tyron Hanna (561) 444-0353

THRIVENT FINANCIAL FINANCIAL SERVICES

Shanell Foster (561) 969-8879

SUGAR CANE GROWERS COOPERATIVE OF FLORIDA David Goodlett AGRIBUSINESS (561) 996-5556

TIJUANA FLATS RESTAURANTS

SUN REALTY USA INC. REAL ESTATE

TIM & DEB’S CLEANERS DRY CLEANING

Michael Cuevas (561) 578-2320

SUNFEST OF PALM BEACH COUNTY INC. FESTIVALS SUPERIOR SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, INC. SPRINKLER SYSTEMS

Paul Jamieson (561) 659-5980 Robert Johnson (561) 833-3271

SUPERIOR VIRTUAL - DIGITAL MARKETING AGENCY Jennifer Hampton ADVERTISING - MARKETING AGENCIES (561) 623-5300 SWEET CREATIONS BAKERY BAKERY

Georgina Sosa (561) 932-9566

SWEIGART LAW GROUP ATTORNEYS

Scott Sweigart (561) 737-4809

SYMPATICO REAL ESTATE INC. REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Francisco Gil (561) 309-2308

SYNAPTIC ADVISORY PARTNERS TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

T

T-MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS TABLE 26 RESTAURANTS TALKING THE WORLD EDUCATIONAL SERVICES & CONSULTANTS TAMCARE SERVICES, INC. JANITORIAL & MAINTENANCE SERVICES TC SYSTEMS, LLC DBA VIP VOIP SYSTEMS TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Thomas Boosinger (800) 811-2344

Marina Gaid (561) 402-7208 Edward Schmidt (561) 855-2660 Vickie Granati (561) 600-5100 Wm. Howard Davis (561) 478-7890 Johnathan Moore (561) 948-4311

TD BANK, N.A. BANKS

John Bowers (561) 570-3527

TECHNOLIVING COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES

Jill Duda (561) 512-4694

TEMPLETON & COMPANY, LLP ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC

Steven Templeton (561) 798-9988

Mr. Michael Graham (561) 209-6010

TIMOTHY M. DECKERT P.A. ACCOUNTANTS - CERTIFIED PUBLIC TOMASELLO, INC. PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES TOMMY BAHAMA RESTAURANT AND BAR RESTAURANTS TOMMY HILFIGER KIDS STORES - RETAIL

Michaela Beeda (561) 249-4440 Tim Rowe (561) 832-6183 Timothy Deckert (561) 432-4340 Charles Doll (561) 585-2551 Richard Bianchi (561) 406-6631 Candace Shreve (561) 640-9730

TOOJAY’S RESTAURANT & DELI - JUPITER RESTAURANTS

Joe Brouillette (561) 627-5555

TOOJAY’S RESTAURANT & DELI - PALM BEACH RESTAURANTS

Richard Olsen (561) 659-7232

TOOJAY’S RESTAURANT & DELI WEST PALM BEACH RESTAURANTS

Raymond Gleason (561) 340-8805

TOP TIER LEADERSHIP TALENT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING

Rita Craig (561) 775-3396

TOSHIBA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS COPIERS & PRINTERS - SALES, SERVICE & SUPPLIES

Christine Pitts (561) 214-6196

TOTAL RECOVERY NOW ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION & TREATMENT CENTERS

Gregory Gregg (561) 822-3620

TOUCHSTONE WEBB REALTY COMPANY REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Susan Thomas (561) 659-5554

TOWER COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Joody Andre (561) 572-9887

TOWN & COUNTRY ANIMAL HOSPITAL VETERINARIANS-DVM

Dr. Mark South (561) 626-1233

TEMPORARILY YOURS, LLC EVENT STAGING

Lori Yochum (772) 888-3565

TOWN OF MANGONIA PARK GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Sherry Albury (561) 848-1235

TENTLOGIX.COM PARTY EQUIPMENT RENTALS

Nate Albers (772) 781-4804

TRADEMARK MARINE INC. MARINE SERVICES

Tim Kaufman (561) 262-3677

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TRANSFORMATIONS RECOVERY AT JUPITER COUNSELING ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION & TREATMENT CENTERS

Matt Vrchota (561) 575-2020

TRANSWORLD BUSINESS ADVISORS BUSINESS BROKERS

Angel Gonzalez (561) 809-5707

TRAVEL LEADERS OF THE PALM BEACHES TRAVEL AGENCIES & BUREAUS

THE ULTIMATE SHAVE BARBERSHOP & MEN’S SALON

Sherry Varone

BARBERS

(302) 299-9928

UNITED FRANCHISE GROUP

Kurt Crowl (561) 655-2234

A.J. Titus

FRANCHISING & SERVICES

(561) 640-5570

UNITED WAY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

Laurie George

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

(561) 375-6600

UPLAND TAX, LLC

Stacey Dezard

ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

(855) 829-4981

THE UPS STORE #1226 /

Derek Moses

HOME OFFICE BUSINESS GROUP

(561) 835-9791

SHIPPING - PACKAGES TREASURE COAST MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. HEALTH & WELLNESS TREE OF LIFE CENTER NOT-FOR-PROFIT

Kelly Adelberg (866) 296-0942 Amanda Schumacher (561) 655-2204

PRINTERS - COPYING UPTOWN ART - BOCA RATON

Phoebe Stacey

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

(561) 315-5186

UPTOWN ART - WEST PALM BEACH

Christina Randazzo

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

(561) 899-3980

URBAN DESIGN KILDAY STUDIOS

Ken Tuma

LAND PLANNER & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

TRIDENT TITLE TITLE COMPANIES/INSURANCE

(561) 515-2920

TRIDIALOGUE MEDIATION MEDIATION

Shay Manibog (561) 469-1413

TRIGGER DIGITAL ADVERTISING - MEDIA

Ed Bailey (561) 513-8887

TRISTAFF EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES - PERM & TEMP

Alexandra Powell (561) 510-2155

URBAN LEAGUE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION URGENT CARE OF THE PALM BEACHES

Monica Salehi

URGENT CARE

(561) 328-8455

US ARMY

SFC Ruben Salazar

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES,

(561) 627-0411

CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Tim Rose (561) 708-5147

USA SOLAR

TROPICAL LANDSCAPE LIGHTING LANDSCAPE LIGHTING

Jeffrey Hull (561) 806-8026

USPS - POSTAL CUSTOMER COUNCIL

TRUMP PLAZA OF THE PALM BEACHES, THE CONDOMINIUMS TURNKEY VACATION RENTALS VACATION RENTALS

Michael Kampy (561) 655-2555 Jacqueline Ouellette (561) 562-2768

TWIN PALMS INSURANCE GROUP INSURANCE - AUTO-HOME-BUSINESS TYCO INTEGRATED SECURITY SECURITY SYSTEM INTEGRATION

OF THE PALM BEACHES & TREASURE COAST

U.S. REALTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

VALLEY NATIONAL BANK

Linda Casey

BANKS

(561) 653-3700

VAN BREW MEDIA

Erin McClary

DIGITAL MARKETING

(561) 459-2804

VERDEX CONSTRUCTION

Mrs. Lori Hampton (561) 881-5417 Michael Roca (561) 659-1724

(561) 697-2145

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Ford Schick (561) 833-7997

Jerry Spencer (561) 832-6156

Curlita Rogers-Saunders

CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

Rex Kirby

CONTRACTORS - GENERAL U & ME MOVING, STORAGE & RECORDS MANAGEMENT RECORDS STORAGE

(954) 801-2425

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES,

David Smith (561) 425-9991

U

Mike Thorson

SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS

Angela Ouellet (978) 790-6784

TYLANDER’S OFFICE SOLUTIONS OFFICE SUPPLIES / OFFICE FURNITURE

Kate Watt (561) 833-1461

TROON GOLF - MANAGEMENT & HOSPITALITY

ULTIMA FITNESS DOWNTOWN FITNESS STUDIO

(561) 366-1100

(561) 440-1600

VIAMAR HEALTH

Michelle Klinedinst

EATING DISORDER - MENTAL HEALTH

(561) 293-4677

VILLAGE REALTY GROUP INC.

Michael Berry

REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL

(561) 616-9240

VINYASUN SOLAR ENERGY

Justin Hoysradt

SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS

(561) 440-9515

G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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WENDY SARTORY LINK, PLLC ATTORNEYS

VIP VERY IMPORTANT PAWS

William Corrente

DOG GROOMING & BOARDING

(561) 366-9000

DOG DAYCARE VISIT PALM BEACH

Shereen Baal

ATTRACTIONS

(561) 881-9757

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA, INC. NURSE REGISTRY

Jordan Berns (561) 689-5462

VITAS HEALTHCARE HOSPICES

Beth Harple (561) 364-1479

THE VOLEN CENTER ADULT DAY CARE

John Sawdon (561) 395-8920

VSP MARKETING GROUP SIGNS

W

WAFER WORLD INC. SEMICONDUCTORS WALTON, LANTAFF, SCHROEDER & CARSON, LLP ATTORNEYS - WORKERSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; COMPENSATION WANDERER BRACELETS JEWELRY DESIGNERS

Daniel Gittere (561) 228-1611

Judy Dickinson (561) 822-1591

WEST PALM BEACH JAYCEES ASSOCIATIONS

WEST PALM BEACH LIBRARY FOUNDATION NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Rebecca Weiss (561) 868-7793

WEST PALM BEACH MARRIOTT HOTELS

Shelly Pappas (561) 833-1234

WEST PALM BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD GIFT BAG ADVERTISING - MARKETING AGENCIES

Cheryl Dunne (847) 401-1097

WEST POINT INDUSTRIES WELDING & MACHINING

Joseph Puleo (561) 707-9645

WGI ENGINEERS - CONSULTING

David Wantman (561) 687-2220

WHITEHAT DEFENSES, LLC COMPUTERS - SECURITY

Dr. Kerry Enfinger (561) 809-3262 William Roger Cummings (561) 252-6123 Chris Gryskiewicz (561) 835-3747 Ext. 210

Michele Bachoon (561) 689-6700

WOOLEMS, INC. CONTRACTORS - GENERAL

Eleanor Woolems (561) 835-0401

Benjamin Katzaman (877) 604-8186

Ellen Smith (561) 312-0000

WAYNE AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLERS, INC. FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES, EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES

Jared Flournoy (954) 917-3030

WEALTH WITH WISDOM ADVISORS, INC. FINANCIAL ADVISORS, PLANNERS & CONSULTANTS

Saul Cohen (561) 799-9778 Dennis Wedgworth (561) 996-2076

WEISS GROUP, LLC FINANCIAL SERVICES

Jeffrey Rano (561) 627-3300

WEISS SCHOOL, THE SCHOOLS - PRIVATE

Sheriann Namer (561) 627-0740

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WEST PALM BEACH GOLF COURSE GOLF COURSES - PUBLIC

WOERNER HOLDINGS, LP REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPERS

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Raphael Clemente (561) 833-8873

Sean Quinn (561) 842-4441

Philip Ward (561) 842-3000

WELLS FARGO BANKS

WEST PALM BEACH DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS

WILLIAM ROGER CUMMINGS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

WARD DAMON ATTORNEYS

WEDGWORTH FARMS AGRIBUSINESS

Ms. Wendy Link (561) 402-6162

John Powell (561) 366-5615

WPBF 25 TELEVISION STATIONS

Caroline Taplett (561) 694-2525

WPEC-TV CBS 12 NEWS TELEVISION STATIONS

Michael Pumo (561) 844-1212

WTVX-WEST PALM THE CW34 TELEVISION STATIONS

Robert Butterfield (561) 681-3434

Y YMCA OF THE PALM BEACHES NON-PROFIT

Timothy G. Coffield (561) 968-9622

YOGA TEMPLE, LLC, THE YOGA STUDIO / YOGA THERAPY

Carol Baker-White (561) 618-0495

YOUNG SINGERS OF THE PALM BEACHES ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT YOUR GREEK COUSIN RESTAURANTS YOUR MORTGAGE TODAY / HOME LOAN EXPERTS MORTGAGES & BUSINESS FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS YOUR SUPPLIES NOW OFFICE SUPPLIES / OFFICE FURNITURE

Beth Clark (561) 659-2332 Maria Philippou (561) 686-9126 John Picone (561) 318-5987 John Cheatham (561) 614-0929


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ACCOMMODATIONS PGA NATIONAL RESORT & SPA David Fine Senior VP Sales & Marketing  (561) 627-2000 400 Avenue of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 david,fine@pgaresort.com www.pgaresort.com

ACCOUNTANTS CERTIFIED PUBLIC ANDERSON, AZEREDO & LIOCE CPA’S & ASSOCIATES, P.A. Celeste Lioce, President  (561) 844-4431 749 US Hwy One, Suite 100 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 844-1158 clioce@aalcpa.com www.aalcpa.com

BDO USA, LLP Jeffrey Balmer, Partner - Practice Leader, Assurance Services  (561) 688-1600 1601 Forum Place, 9th Floor Centurion Plaza West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 688-1848 jbalmer@bdo.com www.bdo.com

CALER, DONTEN, LEVINE, COHEN, PORTER & VEIL P.A. Cory Rubal, Marketing Coordinator  (561) 832-9292 505 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 900 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-9455 info@cdlcpa.com www.cdlcpa.com

CAN CPA CONSULTING, LLC Cheryl Nuzzolo, CPA  (561) 310-4035 531 Tomahawk Ct. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 cheryl@cancpaconsultingllc.com www.cancpaconsultingllc.com

COCHRANE & COMPANY Reynolds Cochrane Vice President  (561) 684-9566 2801 Exchange Court West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 687-3528 www.cochranecpa.com

D. BROOKS AND ASSOCIATES CPA’S, P.A. David Brooks, Managing Shareholder  (561) 429-6225 319 Clematis St., Suite 318 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 282-3444

EVELYN F. PARKES, C.P.A., P.A. Evelyn Parkes, C.P.A.  (561) 366-9250 420 Clematis St., 2nd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-9251

TIMOTHY M. DECKERT P.A. Timothy Deckert, C.P.A.  (561) 432-4340 1850 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 204-A West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 642-6465

parkes@parkescpa.com www.parkescpa.com

tim@tmdpa.com

ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

HARLESS & ASSOCIATES Caroline Harless, Partner  (561) 666-4200 222 Lakeview Ave., Suite 1750 Esperante Corporate Center West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 666-4209

J. ZOLLO & ASSOCIATES, INC. Janice Zollo-Ridenour, President  (561) 969-7088 5114 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 203 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 969-7107

charless@harlessandassociates.com www.harlessandassociates.com

info@jzolloinc.com www.jzolloinc.com

HOLYFIELD & THOMAS LLC David Thomas, CPA Managing Partner  (561) 689-6000 125 Butler St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 689-6001

PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING SERVICES BY STEPHANIE SWETLAND Stephanie Swetland  (561) 207-2407 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 1200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

info@ht-cpa.com www.holyfieldandthomas.com

NANCY HANLON ASSOCIATES, INC. Nancy Hanlon  (561) 649-8535 6266 S. Congress Ave., Suite L5 Lantana, FL 33462 Fax: (561) 649-8513 nancyh@nha.cc www.nancyhanlonassociates.com

NOWLEN HOLT & MINER P.A. Edward Holt, Managing Partner  (561) 659-3060 515 N. Flagler Dr., Suite 1700 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-0628 www.nhmcpa.com

RAMPELL DIVISION OF MBAF Richard Rampell, Principal  (561) 655-5855 223 Sunset Ave., Suite 200 Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 655-7688 rrampell@mbafcpa.com www.mbafcpa.com

RODERICK C. MOE CPA, PA Heather Sherrod, CPA, CFF  (561) 649-5109 3199 Lake Worth Rd., Suite B-3 Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 649-5675 heather@rodmoecpa.com www.rodmoecpa.com

saswetland@gmail.com www.professionalaccountingservice sbystephanieswetland.com

THREE HARBOR LIGHTS Mr. Michael Graham Marketing Director  (561) 209-6010 8461 Lake Worth Rd., Suite 228 Lake Worth, FL 33467 Fax: (561) 828-5979 mgraham@3hlaccountants.com www.3hlaccountants.com

UPLAND TAX, LLC Stacey Dezard, Co-Owner  (855) 829-4981 6700 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33024 info@uplandtax.org www.uplandtax.org

ADULT DAY CARE VOLEN CENTER, THE John Sawdon, Admissions Coordinator  (561) 395-8920 1515 W. Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33486 Fax: (561) 353-9006 mvscdays@volencenter.com www.volencenter.com

ADVERTISING - AGENCIES & COUNSELORS

SCHANEL & ASSOCIATES CPA Glenn Schanel, CPA  (561) 624-2118 4600 Military Trail, Suite 215 Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 624-0726

AQUA MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Mrs. Fran Vaccaro, Vice President  (727) 798-0942 360 Central Ave., Suite 420 St. Petersburgh, FL 33701

david@dbrookscpa.com www.dbrookscpa.com

glenn@schanelcpa.com www.schanelcpa.com

franvaccaro@welcometoaqua.com www.welcometoaqua.com

ELHILOW, SMITH & COMPANY LLC Hillary Smith, Manager  (561) 659-3308 101 N. Clematis St., Suite 220 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-3609

TEMPLETON & COMPANY, LLP Steven Templeton, President  (561) 798-9988 222 Lakeview Ave., Suite 1200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 798-4053

BG, INC. Ann Savage, President  (561) 688-2880 360 Columbia Dr., Suite 105 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 688-2780

info@templetonco.com www.templetonco.com

info@bgsolutions.me www.bgsolutions.me

hillary@blueoceancpa.com

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CRL MEDIA MULTICULTURAL ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS Claudia Ruiz Levy, President  (561) 855-2144 301 Clematis St., Suite 3000 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@crlmediaadvertising.com www.designswithanaccents.com

LOMBARDO Rita Lombardo, CEO  (561) 557-4988 222 Clematis St., Suite 203 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@lombardopartners.com www.lombardopartners.com

ADVERTISING MARKETING AGENCIES O’DONNELL AGENCY Carey O’Donnell President & Creative Director  (561) 832-3231 303 Banyan Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-1309 odonnell.agency

SUPERIOR VIRTUAL - DIGITAL MARKETING AGENCY Jennifer Hampton, CEO  (561) 623-5300 313 Datura St., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 jennifer@superiorvirtual.com www.superiorvirtual.com

WEST PALM BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD GIFT BAG Cheryl Dunne, Founder  (847) 401-1097 255 Evernia St. #910 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 cheryl@successdunne.com

ADVERTISING - MEDIA ALPHA MEDIA WEST PALM BEACH Elizabeth Hamma SVP / Market Manager  (561) 616-4777 701 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 500 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 868-1111 elizabeth.hamma@alphamediausa.com www.alphamediausa.com

COMCAST SPOTLIGHT Pat Mullon, Local Sales Manager  (561) 653-4900 1700 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 900 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.comcastspotlight.com/markets/w est-palm-beach

FELO MEDIA, LLC Sam Dillon, CEO  (561) 510-5420 sam@felomedia.com www.felomedia.com

TRIGGER DIGITAL Ed Bailey, COO  (561) 513-8887 ed@trigger.digital www.trigger.digital


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ADVERTISING - OUTDOOR METROPOLITAN SYSTEMS INC. Peter Urba  (561) 845-7050 PO Box 1185 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 Fax: (561) 845-5519 www.metrobench.com

ADVERTISING - PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES BRAVO KB, INC. Sandra Kaplan, President / Marketing Consultant  (561) 688-0048 1860 Old Okeechobee Rd. Suite 506 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 688-0043 sandra@bravokb.com www.bravokb.com

HALO BRANDED SOLUTIONS Ilene Bennett, Account Executive  (561) 304-2626 8927 Hypoluxo Rd., Suite A-4 Lake Worth, FL 33467 Fax: (866) 592-2530 ilene.bennett@halo.com www.halo.com/ilene

SIGNATURE SERVICES & PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS Mr. Joel Piekarski, President  (330) 858-1516 2319 Treasure Isle Dr. #55 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 469-9115 joel@ssapp.net www.ssapp.net

SUE JONES PROMOTIONS Sue Jones, President  (561) 401-9862 6023 Barbara St. Jupiter, FL 33458 sue@suejonespromotions.com www.suejonespromotions.com

AEROSPACE / JET ENGINE MANUFACTURER PRATT & WHITNEY (A UNITED TECHNOLOGIES COMPANY) Deanna Usiadek, Communications Manager  (561) 796-8511 17900 Beeline Hwy. Jupiter, FL 33478 Fax: (860) 755-4337 www.pratt-whitney.com

AEROSPACE & DEFENSE SIKORSKY - A LOCKHEED MARTIN COMPANY John Fischetti General Manager - Sikorsky Development Flight Center  (561) 775-5599 P.O. Box 109610 West Palm Beach, FL 33410

STAR RANCH ENTERPRISES Noel Shapiro, President  (954) 920-7711 PO Box 2001 Hollywood, FL 33022 Fax: (954) 920-0827 staranch@bellsouth.net

SUGAR CANE GROWERS COOPERATIVE OF FLORIDA David Goodlett, Senior VP of Government & Grower Relations  (561) 996-5556 PO Box 666 Belle Glade, FL 33430-0666 Fax: (561) 996-4780 www.scgc.org

WEDGWORTH FARMS Dennis Wedgworth, President  (561) 996-2076 PO Box 2076 Belle Glade, FL 33430 Fax: (561) 996-0613 dennis@wedgworth.com www.wedgworth.com

AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS & SERVICES BROWARD FACTORY SERVICE Bob Quittner, Sales Representative  (561) 313-3023 5678 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33407 quittex50@gmail.com www.browardfactory.com

AIRLINES SILVER AIRWAYS Misty Pinson, Media Relations  (801) 401-9100 1100 Lee Wagener Blvd., Suite 203 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312 www.silverairways.com

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES Alison Hoefler, Regional Leader  (813) 968-2260 3853 Northdale Blvd. #359 Tampa, FL 33624 Fax: (813) 961-5164 alison.hoefler@wnco.com www.southwest.com

AIRPORTS PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Lacy Larson, Director, Airports Marketing  (561) 471-7420 1000 James L. Turnage Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33415 Fax: (561) 471-7427 llarson@pbia.org www.pbia.org

ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION & TREATMENT CENTERS

EAST COAST MECHANICAL INC. Jose Ramirez, President  (561) 586-3739 1500 N. High Ridge Rd. Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Fax: (561) 586-1839 info@ecmservice.com www.ecmservice.com

AMERICAN ADDICTION CENTERS Joanna Kline  (561) 246-7597 425 Ebbtide Dr. North Palm Beach, FL 33408 jkline@contactaac.com www.americanaddictioncenters.com

I-KARE TREATMENT CENTER, LLC Nichole Gary, COO  (561) 331-8453 2200 N. Florida Mango Rd. Suite 301 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (954) 208-0462

JOHN C. CASSIDY AIR CONDITIONING, INC. John Cassidy, President  (561) 863-6750 846 West 13th Court Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 863-8305

www.ikaretreatmentcenter.com

receptionist@cassidyac.com www.cassidyac.com

LIFE CHANGES ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTER Martin Mobarak Director of Marketing  (561) 301-1119 900 Osceola Dr., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33409

MIKE’S AIR & REFRIGERATION, INC. Michael Griffiths, President  (305) 331-9306 1890 S.W. Mackenzie St. Port St. Lucie, FL 34953 mag2008@mikesairandrefrigeration.net www.mikesairandrefrigeration.net

sylvia.miklos@signaturehealthgroup.com www.lifechangesfl.com

RELIANCE TREATMENT CENTERS David Zide VP, Director of Outreach  (561) 845-0600 749 U.S. Highway 1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 584-6801 david.zide@reliancetc.com www.reliancetc.com

TOTAL RECOVERY NOW Gregory Gregg, Therapist  (561) 822-3620 1718 N. Federal Hwy. Lake Worth, FL 33460 ggregg@totalrecoverynow.com www.totalrecoverynow.com

TRANSFORMATIONS RECOVERY AT JUPITER COUNSELING Matt Vrchota, Office Coordinator  (561) 575-2020 1001 W. Indiantown Rd. #103 Jupiter, FL 33458 intake@laviadetox.com www.transformationsrecovery.com

ANIMAL SHELTERS PEGGY ADAMS ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE Mr. Rich Anderson, Executive Director/CEO  (561) 472-8844 3200 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 686-0940 r.anderson@peggyadams.org www.peggyadams.org

APARTMENTS ABBEY AT NORTHLAKE, THE Tiffany Jackson Property Manager  (561) 863-5050 2304 N. Congress Ave. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 844-7435 abbeynorthlake@abbeyresidential.com www.abbeynorthlake.com

ALEXANDER LIVING WPB Scott Dye, Senior Business Manager  (561) 459-5502 333 Fern St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 alexanderliving@510mgmt.com www.alexanderlivingwpb.com

Supporting the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches

www.lockheedmartin.com

AGRIBUSINESS FLORIDA CRYSTALS CORPORATION Evelyn Hopkins  (561) 366-5100 1 N. Clematis St., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 838-9287 evelyn.hopkins@floridacrystals.com www.floridacrystals.com

1500 West Sugarhouse Road • Belle Glade, FL 33430 (561) 996-5556 • Fax (561) 996-4780 • www.scgc.org G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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CAMERON ESTATES APARTMENTS  (561) 688-0588 1517 Cameron Samuel Lane West Palm Beach, FL 33401 keith.brodsky@fsresidential.com www.cameronestateswestpalm.com

CARROLL MANAGEMENT GROUP Toni Cowan, Property Manager  (561) 882-9040 913 Lake Shore Dr. Lake Park, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 882-9055 www.marinakeyliving.com

LOFTIN PLACE Valerie Calderon, Assistant Manager  (561) 820-8744 805 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.loftinplace.com

LUMA WEST PALM Cristin Suntzenich, Property Manager  (561) 683-4200 7130 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 lumawpb@jmgrealty.com www.lumawestpalm.com

MARINA KEY LUXURY APARTMENTS ON THE INTRACOASTAL Toni Cowan, Property Manager  (561) 882-9040 913 Lake Shore Dr. Lake Park, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 882-9055 pm.mky@carrollmg.com www.marinakeyliving.com

APPLIANCE - SALES & SERVICE ROSNER’S INC. Lenny Rosner, President  (561) 967-8600 1480 S. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415 Fax: (561) 966-6199 rosners@bellsouth.net www.rosners.com

APPLIANCE REPAIR SERVICE GRILL TANKS PLUS Paul Ricard, Owner  (561) 244-2534 5107 Oak Hill Rd. Delray Beach, FL 33484 ricardp@grilltanksplus.com www.grilltanksplus.com

AQUARIUM PRODUCTS GEOGLOBAL PARTNERS, LLC Douglas Ward, President  (561) 598-6008 1727 Old Okeechobee Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 598-6108 www.oase-livingwater.comARIUM PRODUCTS ARCHITECTS ARCHITECTURE GREEN LLC Mark Beatty, President  (561) 398-2109 1818 S. Australian Ave., Suite 245 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 msb@architecturegreenllc.com

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DAILEY JANSSEN ARCHITECTS, P.A. Roger Janssen, Principle  (561) 833-4707 400 Clematis St., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-4705

UPTOWN ART - BOCA RATON Phoebe Stacey, Manager  (561) 315-5186 6018 SW 18th St., Unit C4-5 Boca Raton, FL 33433

info@daileyjanssen.com www.daileyjanssen.com

boca@uptownart.com www.uptownart.com

GLIDDENSPINA + PARTNERS Keith Spina, CEO  (561) 684-6844 207 6th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

UPTOWN ART WEST PALM BEACH Christina Randazzo, Regional Manager  (561) 899-3980 510 Evernia St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

info@gliddenspina.com www.gliddenspina.com

LEO A DALY Paul Twitty, VP / Bill Hanser, Principle  (561) 688-2111 1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite 500 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 697-8040 www.leoadaly.com

REG ARCHITECTS, INC. Rick Gonzalez, President  (561) 659-2383 300 Clematis St., 3rd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-5546 rick@regarchitects.com www.regarchitects.com

SONG + ASSOCIATES, INC. Jill Lanigan, Director of Business Development  (561) 655-2423 1545 Centrepark Dr. N. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-1482 jlanigan@songandassociates.com www.songandassociates.com

ART GALLERIES, DEALERS, CONSULTANTS ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS, INC. Margaret Horgan, Director of Community Engagement  (561) 832-5328 2051 S. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-9305 mhorgan@ansg.org www.ansg.org

DANIELI ART GALLERY Daniel Bouaziz, CEO / Owner  (561) 557-5021 925 N. Railroad Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 di.danieli@gmail.com www.danieliartworld.com

ART SCHOOL & GALLERIES ARMORY ART CENTER Tom Pearson, Executive Director  (561) 832-1776 811 Park Place West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-0191 registrar@armoryart.org www.armoryart.org

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Westpalm@Uptownart.com www.uptownart.com

YOUNG SINGERS OF THE PALM BEACHES Beth Clark, CEO  (561) 659-2332 701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 bethclark@yspb.org www.yspb.org

ASSET PROTECTION THE MUR LAW FIRM, P.A. Mr. Lazaro Mur, Founder & Partner  (561) 531-1005 West Palm Beach, FL arlen@murlaw.com www.murlaw.com

ASSISTED LIVING CHATSWORTH AT PGA NATIONAL Lisa Izquierdo, NHA  (561) 227-3206 347 Hiatt Dr. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 Fax: (561) 227-3226 www.ChatsworthPGA.com

THE LANDING OF LAKE WORTH Robin Gliboff, General Manager  (561) 433-6002 9948 Woodwind Lane Lake Worth, FL 33467 rgliboff@leisurecare.com www.thelandingoflakeworth.com

PACIFICA SENIOR LIVING OF PALM BEACH Helen Aitieri, Executive Director  (561) 434-0434 4760 Jog Rd. Greenacres, FL 33467 Fax: (561) 434-4431 ed.palmbeach@pacificaseniorliving.com www.pacificaseniorliving.com

ASSOCIATIONS GIRL SCOUTS OF SOUTHEAST FLORIDA Lisa Johnson, CEO  (561) 427-0177 1224 W. Indiantown Rd. Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 427-0460 www.gssef.org

THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY Pamela Payne Executive Director  (561) 616-8682 3230 Commerce Place, Suite B West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 616-8993 pam.payne@lls.org www.lls.org

MARINE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Alyssa Freeman, Operations Director  (561) 863-0012 1208 US Hwy. 1, Suite B North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 807-0038 mia@marinepbc.org www.marinepbc.org

PALM BEACH COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY Lauren Stoops Director of Project Access  (561) 433-3940 3540 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 412-2104 pbcms@pbcms.org www.pbcms.org

POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE OF WEST PALM BEACH, INC. Brittany Perdigon Executive Director  (561) 835-7195 720 N. Tamarind Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@WestPalmBeachPal.com www.WestPalmBeachPal.com

REALTORS ASSOCIATION OF THE PALM BEACHES, THE Matthew Leger VP of Public Policy  (561) 727-2760 One Harvard Circle, Suite 102 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 mleger@rapb.com www.rapb.com

THE SALVATION ARMY Major Pierre Smith, Area Commander  (561) 686-3530 2100 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 686-7858 pierre_smith@uss.salvationarmy.org www.salvationarmypalmbeachcounty.org

WEST PALM BEACH JAYCEES PO Box 1094 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 ATTORNEYS AKERMAN LLP Elizabeth Alcalde Managing Partner  (561) 653-5000 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 1100 West Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-6313 beth.alcalde@akerman.com www.akerman.com


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ALLEY MAASS ROGERS & LINDSAY P.A. David Baker, Attorney  (561) 659-1770 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite 321 Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 833-2261 david.baker@amrl.com www.amrl.com

BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM Joshua Bratter  (305) 582-2381 1688 Meridian Ave., Suite 300 Miami Beach, FL 33139 Fax: (305) 675-0360 samantha@bratterpa.com www.bratterpa.com

BROAD AND CASSEL Clifford Hertz  (561) 832-3300 1 N. Clematis St., Suite 500 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-1109

LAW FIRM OF CHARLES D. JAMIESON, P.A., THE Charles Jamieson, Founder  (561) 478-0312 1601 Forum Place, Suite 1002 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 cdj@cjamiesonlaw.com www.cjamiesonlaw.com

THE LAW OFFICES OF CARLTON CAMPBELL, PLLC Carlton Campbell, Trial Attorney  (561) 510-0260 515 N. Flagler Dr., Suite P-300 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 459-1312 ccj@groupcampbell.com www.groupcampbell.com

LAW OFFICES OF DODGER ARP, P.A. Dodger Arp, Attorney  (561) 832-0320 550 S. Quadrille Blvd., Suite 204 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

chertz@broadandcassel.com www.broadandcassel.com

dodger@dodgerarplaw.com www.dodgerarplaw.com

CARLTON FIELDS JORDEN BURT, P.A. Joseph Ianno, Shareholder  (561) 659-7070 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1200 CityPlace Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-7368

LESSER, LESSER, LANDY & SMITH, PLLC Gary Lesser, Managing Partner  (561) 655-2028 101 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 655-2033

jianno@carltonfields.com www.carltonfields.com

GREENBERG TRAURIG, P.A. Philip Hutchinson, Attorney  (561) 650-7900 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 300E West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-6222 brownsteinl@gtlaw.com www.gtlaw.com

GUNSTER Jenni Garrison, Director of Marketing & Corporate Communications  (800) 749-1980 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 500E West Palm Beach, FL 33401

glesser@lesserlawfirm.com www.lesserlawfirm.com

LEWIS LONGMAN & WALKER P.A. Mr. Robert Diffenderfer Shareholder  (561) 640-0820 515 N. Flagler Dr. Suite 1500 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 640-8202 rdiffenderfer@llw-law.com www.llw-law.com

MCLAUGHLIN & STERN, LLP William Abel, Partner  (561) 659-4020 525 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 1700 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-4438

jgarrison@gunster.com www.gunster.com

wabel@mclaughlinstern.com www.injurypartners.com

HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP Wanda Whigham, Senior Counsel  (561) 833-2000 222 Lakeview Ave., Suite 1000 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-8399

MRACHEK, FITZGERALD, ROSE, KONOPKA, THOMAS & WEISS, P.A. Daniel Thomas, Shareholder  (561) 655-2250 505 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 600 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-5537

wanda.whigham@hklaw.com www.hklaw.com

JONES, FOSTER, JOHNSTON & STUBBS P.A. Theo Kypreos, Attorney  (561) 659-3000 505 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 1100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-5300 tkypreos@jonesfoster.com www.jonesfoster.com

LARMOYEUX & BONE Bill Bone, Partner  (561) 832-9434 550 S. Quadrille Blvd., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-9445 www.lb-law.com

www.mrachek-law.com

THE MUR LAW FIRM, P.A. Mr. Lazaro Mur, Founder & Partner  (561) 531-1005 West Palm Beach, FL arlen@murlaw.com www.murlaw.com

PERRY & TAYLOR, P.A. F. Martin Perry, Attorney  (561) 721-3300 4500 PGA Blvd., Suite 204 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 Fax: (561) 721-2111 fmperri@perrytaylorlaw.com www.perrytaylorlaw.com

PRUITT & PRUITT, P.A. William Pruitt, Attorney  (561) 655-8080 3030 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 5 West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 655-4134 wepruitt@snedpruitt.com

SHUTTS & BOWEN, LLP Harvey Oyer, Partner  (561) 835-8500 525 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 1100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-8530 hoyer@shutts.com www.shutts.com

SWEIGART LAW GROUP Scott Sweigart, Partner  (561) 737-4809 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 800 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@sweigartgroup.com www.sweigartgroup.com

WARD DAMON Philip Ward, Managing Partner / President  (561) 842-3000 4420 Beacon Circle West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 842-3626 www.warddamon.com

WENDY SARTORY LINK, PLLC Ms. Wendy Link, CEO  (561) 402-6162 1509 N. Military Trail, Suite 220 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 wendy@wslcounsel.com www.wslcounsel.com

ATTORNEYS - APPELLATE LAW LAW OFFICE OF KREUSLER-WALSH, COMPIANI & VARGAS, P.A. Jane Kreusler-Walsh Attorney / Owner  (561) 659-5455 501 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 503 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 820-8762 info@kwcvpa.com www.kwcvpa.com

ATTORNEYS - CIVIL TRIAL LAW LYTAL, REITER, SMITH, IVEY AND FRONRATH William Williams, Partner  (561) 820-2205 515 N. Flagler Dr., 10th Floor Northbridge Centre West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-2932 bwilliams@foryourrights.com www.foryourrights.com

ATTORNEYS COMMERCIAL LITIGATION BEASLEY, KRAMER & GALARDI, P.A. Joseph Galardi, Shareholder  (561) 835-0900 505 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 1500 Flagler Center West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-0939 www.beasleylaw.net

PIKE & LUSTIG, LLP Amy Hinkler, Attorney  (561) 855-7585 2465 Mercer Ave., Suite 204 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 855-7710 info@bigfirmalternative.com www.bigfirmalternative.com

ATTORNEYS - ELECTION LAW LAW OFFICES OF DODGER ARP, P.A. Dodger Arp, Attorney  (561) 832-0320 550 S. Quadrille Blvd., Suite 204 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 dodger@dodgerarplaw.com www.dodgerarplaw.com

ATTORNEYS - IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY LAW BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM Joshua Bratter  (305) 582-2381 1688 Meridian Ave., Suite 300 Miami Beach, FL 33139 Fax: (305) 675-0360 samantha@bratterpa.com www.bratterpa.com

ATTORNEYS - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COZEN Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;CONNOR D. Scott Elliott Office Managing Partner  (561) 515-5250 One N. Clematis St., Suite 510 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 515-5230 www.cozen.com

ATTORNEYS - INTERNATIONAL TAX LAW THE MUR LAW FIRM, P.A. Mr. Lazaro Mur, Founder & Partner  (561) 531-1005 West Palm Beach, FL arlen@murlaw.com www.murlaw.com

ATTORNEYS - LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW FORDHARRISON LLP Christine Hanley, Esquire  (561) 345-7500 1450 Centrepark Blvd., Suite 325 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 345-7501 chanley@fordharrison.com www.fordharrison.com

SMITH & DOWNEY, P.A. Mr. Howard Kirkpatrick, Attorney  (561) 337-5391 3801 PGA Blvd., Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 337-5201 hkirkpatrick@smithdowney.com www.smithdowney.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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ATTRACTIONS

AUTOMOBILE DEALERS -

& FAMILY LAW

JUPITER INLET LIGHTHOUSE & MUSEUM Kathleen Glover, Assistant Director  (561) 747-8380 500 Captain Armour’s Way Jupiter, FL 33469

NEW/USED/SERVICE

THE LAW FIRM OF CHARLES D. JAMIESON, P.A. Charles Jamieson, Founder  (561) 478-0312 1601 Forum Place, Suite 1002 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 cdj@cjamiesonlaw.com www.cjamiesonlaw.com

LAW OFFICE OF AMY L. COSENTINO Mike McCormick Associate Attorney  (561) 537-3019 224 Datura St., Suite 506 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 mmccormick@cosentinolaw1.com www.cosentinolaw1.com

ATTORNEYS - PERSONAL INJURY/WRONGFUL DEATH ADELMAN & ADELMAN, P.A. S. Greg McCloskey, Attorney  (954) 341-2777 2825 N. University Dr., Suite 410 Morgan Stanley Plaza Coral Springs, FL 33065 Fax: (954) 341-1740 info@adelmanlawyers.com www.adelmanlawyers.com

LESSER, LESSER, LANDY & SMITH, PLLC Gary Lesser, Managing Partner  (561) 655-2028 101 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 655-2033 glesser@lesserlawfirm.com www.lesserlawfirm.com

ATTORNEYS - SERVICES MOBILE NOTARY PBC Onias Derilus, Mobile Notary  (561) 336-8875 1500 Gateway Blvd., Suite 220 Boynton Beach, FL 33426 info@mobilenotarypbc.com www.mobilenotarypbc.com

ATTORNEYS - WILLS, TRUSTS & ESTATES DOANE & DOANE, P.A. Rebecca G. Doane Randall C. Doane, Partners  (561) 656-0200 2000 PGA Blvd, Suite 4410 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 622-0336 rbentley@doanelaw.com www.doaneanddoane.com

ATTORNEYS - WORKERS’

info@jupiterlighthouse.org www.jupiterlighthouse.org

LION COUNTRY SAFARI, INC. - FL Jennifer Berthiaume, PR/Marketing Director  (561) 793-1084 2003 Lion Country Safari Rd. Loxahatchee, FL 33470 Fax: (561) 793-9603 marketing@lioncountrysafari.com www.lioncountrysafari.com

PALM BEACH ZOO & CONSERVATION SOCIETY Kathleen Breland, COO/CFO  (561) 533-0887 1301 Summit Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 585-6085 info@palmbeachzoo.org www.palmbeachzoo.org

RAPIDS WATER PARK Bryan Megrath, General Manager  (561) 848-6272 6566 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 848-2822 info@rapidswaterpark.com www.rapidswaterpark.com

SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM Lew Crampton, President & CEO  (561) 832-1988 4801 Dreher Trail North West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 833-0551 info@sfsciencecenter.org www.sfsciencecenter.org

VISIT PALM BEACH Shereen Baal, Marketing  (561) 881-9757 100 N. Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 contactus@visitpalmbeach.com www.visitpalmbeach.com

AUDIOLOGISTS SOUND ON AUDIOLOGY Jami Leventhal Owner - Audiologist  (561) 469-9846 11380 Prosperity Farms Rd. Suite 210B Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 jami@soundonaudiology.com www.soundonaudiology.com

BRAMAN MOTORCARS Stephen Grossman General Manager  (561) 684-6666 2901 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 697-5254 www.bramanmotorcars.com

CHARIOTS OF PALM BEACH INC. Charles Sharoubin, President  (561) 640-1090 2400 N. Florida Mango Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 640-1070 chariotspalmbeach@hotmail.com www.chariotsofpb.com

JAGUAR PALM BEACH Stephen Myers  (561) 659-6206 915 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-7176

BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNCH Kathy Willoughby Senior Vice President  (561) 838-2396 222 Lakeview Ave., Suite 100 Esperante Corporate Center West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (800) 514-6122 katherine.willoughby@baml.com www.bankofamerica.com

BB&T (BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST) W. Dale Kahle, Area Executive  (561) 653-5567 125 Worth Ave., Suite 210 Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 653-5577 www.bbt.com

CENTENNIAL BANK Jack Buell SVP, Commercial Loan Officer  (561) 354-4273 500 S. Australian Ave., Suite 930 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

www.jaguarpalmbeach.com

jbuell@my100bank.com www.my100bank.com

ROGER DEAN CHEVROLET INC. Jeff Page  (561) 683-8100 2235 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 683-7332

CENTERSTATE BANK Claudia Murphy, Vice President / Commercial Lender  (561) 721-8361 10891 N. Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

jpage@rogerdeanchevrolet.com www.rogerdeanchevrolet.com

AUTOMOBILE RENTALS & LEASING DATURA AUTO SALES & RENTALS Michael White, General Manager  (561) 655-8755 2307 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-8768 mikedatura@comcast.net www.daturaauto.com

BAKERY EARTH AND SUGAR Janderyn Makris, Founder  (561) 735-1796 5505 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 janderyn@earthandsugar.com www.earthandsugar.com

SWEET CREATIONS BAKERY Georgina Sosa, President  (561) 932-9566 1241-G S. Military Trail Summit Commons Plaza West Palm Beach, FL 33415 sweetcreationscakeshop@gmail.com www.sweetcreationscakeshop.com

claudia.murphy@centerstatebank.com www.centerstatebank.com

FIFTH THIRD BANK Alesia Keller, Financial Center Manager  (561) 514-9900 515 N. Flagler Dr., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 alesia.keller@53.com www.53.com

FIRST BANK OF THE PALM BEACHES Joseph Shearouse, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer  (561) 847-2700 615 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 651-7414 jshearouse@firstbankpb.bank www.firstbankpb.bank

FIRST CITIZENS BANK Michael Coady, Area Executive  (561) 253-8132 4280 Professional Center Dr. Suite 160 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 michael.coady@firstcitizens.com www.firstcitizens.com

WALTON, LANTAFF, SCHROEDER & CARSON, LLP Michele Bachoon, Partner  (561) 689-6700 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 300 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 689-2647

SHIELD BRIGHT Cynthia Rivera Business Development  (561) 800-2631 2215 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406

AMTRUST BANK Cathi Dorn, Branch Manager  (561) 687-0288 603 Village Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33409

FLORIDA COMMUNITY BANK, N.A. Jennifer Rodriguez V.P. / Branch Manager  (561) 684-0888 1555 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Suite 110 West Palm Beach, FL 33301 Fax: (561) 684-0885

mbachoon@waltonlantaff.com www.waltonlantaff.com

cynthia@shieldbright.com www.shieldbright.com

catherine.dorn@mynycb.com www.mynycb.com

jerodriguez@fcb1923.com www.floridacommunitybank.com

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LEGACY BANK OF FLORIDA Romily Wotring Vice President  (561) 471-4400 2090 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 471-4727 rwotring@legacybankfl.com www.legacybankfl.com

MERCANTIL BANK, N.A. Gregory Daniel, Vice President, Middle Market Banking  (561) 515-1355 6272 Lantana Road Lake Worth, FL 33463 gdaniel@mercantilcb.com www.mercantilbank.com

PNC BANK Michael Hamilton, Senior Vice President & Regional Manager  (561) 803-9796 205 Datura St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 803-9985 www.pnc.com

SEACOAST BANK Calvin Cearley, CEO  (561) 681-7200 8101 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 681-7201 ccearley@seacoastbank.com www.seacoastbank.com

SEACOAST BANK J. Russell Greene Executive Vice President  (561) 615-5050 2055 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 615-5051 Russell.Greene@SeacoastBank.com www.seacoastbank.com

TD BANK, N.A. John Bowers, Vice President  (561) 570-3527 2130 Centrepark West Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (705) 721-6011 www.td.com

VALLEY NATIONAL BANK Linda Casey Sr. V.P. / Market President  (561) 653-3700 307 Evernia St., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 653-3735 www.valleynationalbank.com

WELLS FARGO John Powell, Area Business Banking Manager - Gold Coast  (561) 366-5615 450 S. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 john.m.powell@wellsfargo.com www.wellsfargo.com

BARBERS

BEAUTY SUPPLIES - DEALERS JEMS BEAUTY SUPPLY LLC Jamie Leblanc  (254) 423-9508 1435 Meadowbrook Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 jleblanc20064@yahoo.com

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND

BUSINESS BROKERS MURPHY BUSINESS & FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC Paul Lapidus, Business Broker  (561) 662-1873 703 SE Atlantic Dr. Lantana, FL 33462 p.lapidus@murphybusiness.com www.murphybusiness.com

FAMILY CENTER FOR RECOVERY Melissa Tabor, Director of Business  (561) 296-5288 7051 Seacrest Blvd. Lantana, FL 33462

TRANSWORLD BUSINESS ADVISORS Angel Gonzalez Senior Business Advisor  (561) 809-5707 2121 Vista Parkway West Palm Beach, FL 33411

mtabor@FCFRmd.com www.FCFRmd.com

agonzalez@tworld.com www.tworld.com

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

SLO RECOVERY CENTERS James Witteck Executive Director  (561) 272-9404 112 SE 10th St. Delray Beach, FL 33483 info@slorecoverycenters.com www.slorecoverycenters.com

BODY CONTOURING PALM BEACH SHAPE, LLC Tricia Wesolek, Owner  (561) 329-5700 101 N. Clematis St., Suite 121 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 hello@palmbeachshape.com www.palmbeachshape.com

BOOK STORE RAPTIS RARE BOOKS Adrienne Raptis, Owner  (561) 508-3479 226 Worth Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480 mail@raptisrarebooks.com www.raptisrarebooks.com

BUILDERS LENNAR Alexandra Vargas  (561) 345-6708 8895 N. Military Trail, Suite 101B Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 alexandra.vargas@lennar.com www.lennar.com

BUILDING MATERIALS CEMEX Doug Augeri, Vice President & General Manager  (561) 741-8200 1001 Jupiter Park Dr. Suite 108 Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 748-4066 www.cemexusa.com

BUSINESS & IT CONSULTING SERVICES

BUSINESS COACHING BUSINESS SUCCESS DEVELOPMENT, LLC Pierre St. Jean, Business & Legal Consultant  (561) 510-8950 4524 Gun Club Rd. #104 West Palm Beach, FL 33415-2897 pstjean@smallbizpro.us www.smallbizpro.us

CHARLIE HUGH JONES Charlie Hugh-Jones, Life & Business Strategist  (561) 310-3561 2773 S. Ocean Blvd., Suite 217 Palm Beach, FL 33480 charliehughjones@mac.com www.charliehughjones.com

FUTURE SHAPERS FLORIDA, LLC Paul Ward, President  (914) 646-9270 4200 N. Ocean Dr., Suite A-801 Singer Island, FL 33404 paulward@futureshapers.com www.futureshapersflorida.com

BUSINESS CONSULTANTS CEO FOCUS OF PALM BEACHES, LLC Jim Adkins, President  (701) 540-7825 9423 S.W. Wedgewood Lane Stuart, FL 34997 jimadkins@ceofocuspartners.com www.ceofocuspartners.com

HUMAN CAPITAL ADVISORS FL Theodore Bruccoleri, Founder  (703) 623-2535 700 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Suite 1101 Boynton Beach, FL 33435 ted@humancapitaladvisors.com www.humancapitaladvisorsfl.com

INTERNET BUSINESS SOLUTIONS AND DESIGN Paula Ryan, President  (561) 762-4358 328 Dyer Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 www.ibs-design.com

LIGHTHOUSE CONSULTING LLC Henry Colon, Principal  (561) 436-7292 6429 Shadow Creek Village Circle Lake Worth, FL 33463 Fax: (561) 967-6592 lighthousecgroup@gmail.com www.lighthouseconsultingfirm.com

NPERSPECTIVE Seth Asofsky, Principal  (516) 395-6790 701 Brickell Ave., Suite 1550 Miami, FL 33131 sasofsky@nperspective.net www.npcfo.com

PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT, LLC Mr. Roderick Fraser Business Consulting  (617) 201-0105 2 Maple Leaf Dr. Hyde Park, MA 2136 rjfraserjrusn@gmail.com www.professionallms.com

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BOARD OF PALM BEACH COUNTY INC. Kelly Smallridge, President & CEO  (561) 835-1008 310 Evernia St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-1160 ksmallridge@bdb.org www.bdb.org

ECONOMIC COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. Michael DeBock President & CEO  (561) 684-1551 218 Datura St., 3rd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.economiccouncilpbc.org

ECONOMIC FORUM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Rebel Cook, President  (561) 622-9920 P.O. Box 14834 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 624-7030 rebelcook@rebelcook.com www.economicforumpbc.com

BUSINESS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF THE PALM BEACHES & TREASURE COAST, INC. Claudia Kirk Barto, President  (561) 242-9468 6903 Vista Parkway North Suite 10 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 242-9469 cbarto@juniorachievement.com www.juniorachievement.com

BUSINESS FINANCE

THE ULTIMATE SHAVE BARBERSHOP & MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S SALON Sherry Varone, CEO  (561) 249-0923 PO Box 1615 West Palm Beach, FL 33402

LIGHTHOUSE CONSULTING LLC Henry Colon, Principal  (561) 436-7292 6429 Shadow Creek Village Circle Lake Worth, FL 33463 Fax: (561) 967-6592

KARAS WILDERS CONSULTING Barbara Wilders, President  (561) 706-0075 278 Las Palmas St. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 333-4254

EFUNDPRO LLC Mark Evans, VP of Sales  (561) 273-3932 125 W. Indiantown Rd., Suite 205 Jupiter, FL 33458

theultimateshave@comcast.net www.theultimateshave.net

lighthousecgroup@gmail.com www.lighthouseconsultingfirm.com

karaswilders@hotmail.com www.karaswilders.com

mevans@efundpro.com www.efundpro.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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CABINETS & CABINETRY SNAIDERO USA Allison Ortiz Kane, Senior Designer  (786) 662-3850 4110 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146 aortiz@snaidero-usa.net www.snaidero-usa.com

CANDY & CONFECTIONERY HOFFMAN’S CHOCOLATES GREENACRES James Cichewicz, Store Manager  (561) 967-2213 5190 Lake Worth Rd. Greenacres, FL 33463 Fax: (561) 641-2764

SANDYJAMES FINE FOOD AND PRODUCTIONS, INC. James Bartle, Owner  (561) 366-0012 700 Florida Mango Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 471-0832 info@sandyjames.net www.sandyjames.net

CATERING & EVENTS LAURA ASHLEY CATERING & EVENTS Laura Todd, Owner  (561) 315-1681 411 Federal Hwy. Boynton Beach, FL 33435

jcichewicz@hoffmans.com www.hoffmans.com

cheflauratodd@gmail.com www.LAcatersPalmBeach.com

LINDT CHOCOLATE SHOP Suzanne Soos, Store Manager  (561) 683-2020 1781 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Space W205 Palm Beach Outlets West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (603) 772-2257

ROYAL PALM EVENTS AT MADISON GREEN David Case Director of Operations  (561) 784-5225 2001 Crestwood Blvd. N. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411

st455usa@lindt.com www.lindtusa.com

CAREER COUNSELING CAREERZING Mrs. Carol Horner Principal  (561) 756-4251 11554 Knightsbridge Pl. Wellington, FL 33449 carol.horner@careerzing.com www.careerzing.com

CASINOS SEMINOLE CASINO COCONUT CREEK Kerrie Brunette Business Development  (954) 977-6700 5550 NW 40th St. Coconut Creek, FL 33073 Fax: (954) 970-7721 kerrie.brunette@stefgaming.com www.casinococo.com

CATERERS CHRISTAFARO’S Doreen Alfaro, Owner  (561) 835-0066 1200 Clare Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-1939 christafaroswpb@bellsouth.net www.christafaroswpb.com

THE LORD’S PLACE INC. Dennis Freeman, Director of Corporate Relations  (561) 537-4668 2808 N. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 494-2922 tregan@thelordsplace.org www.thelordsplace.org

ROYAL PALM EVENTS AT MADISON GREEN David Case Director of Operations  (561) 784-5225 2001 Crestwood Blvd. N. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 info@royalpalmevents.com www.royalpalmevents.com

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CHANGE MANAGEMENT CONSULTING LIGHTHOUSE CONSULTING LLC Henry Colon, Principal  (561) 436-7292 6429 Shadow Creek Village Circle Lake Worth, FL 33463 Fax: (561) 967-6592 lighthousecgroup@gmail.com www.lighthouseconsultingfirm.com

CHILD CARE SERVICES BIG DREAMS ACADEMY Kiana Nieves, Director  (561) 810-6713 6661 Boynton Beach Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33437 bigdreams7619@gmail.com www.bigdreamsacademy.com

CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS CIRONE CHIROPRACTIC Dianne Cirone Backbone of the Office  (561) 585-5677 1717 N. Federal Hwy. Lake Worth, FL 33460 Fax: (561) 585-8905 drcirone@cironechiropracticpalmbeach.com www.cironechiropracticpalmbeach.com

HEALTHSOURCE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH Dr. Sandra Hernandez, D.C.  (561) 792-4016 125 S. State Road 7, Suite 103 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33414 hsroyalpalmbeach @healthsourcechiro.com www.healthsourceofroyalpalmbeach.com

OPTIMIZED PRECISION CHIROPRACTIC Nageeb Hanna, Clinic Director  (561) 720-9495 10233 Okeechobee Blvd. #B6 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 drnageebhanna@gmail.com www.drnageebhanna.com

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS JUNIOR LEAGUE OF THE PALM BEACHES Dr. Noemi Coltea, President  (561) 689-7590 470 Columbia Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 640-3955 president@jlpb.org www.jlpb.org

CLEANING SERVICES CLEANMARK Corey Goltz, Director of Business Development  (954) 661-3156

corey.goltz@cleanmark.com www.cleanmark.com

GREENSPEED USA LLC Mrs. Terje van Schaik, President  (561) 313-6445 17355 Hamlin Blvd. Loxahatchee, FL 33470 info@greenspeed.biz www.greenspeed.biz

HARBORSIDE COMFORT SERVICES Kevin Bogin, CEO  (561) 308-1000 2810 Grande Parkway, Suite 106 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 kbogin@harborsidecomfortservices.com www.harborsidecomfortservices.com

CLUBS - PRIVATE PALM BEACH YACHT CLUB & MARINA Harris Levitt, General Manager  (561) 655-8711 800 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 palmbeachyachtclub@pbyc.com www.pbyc.com

COACHING - PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL BARRETT LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE / JOHN MAXWELL CERTIFIED TEAM MEMBER Mr. Joel Barrett, Independent Certified Coach, Speaker & Trainer  (954) 260-1649 1880 Primrose Lane Wellington, FL 33414 joelbarrett@johnmaxwellgroup.com www.johnmaxwellgroup.com/joelbarrett

COFFEE SERVICES & PRODUCTS

COMMUNICATIONS CORNERSTONE SOLUTIONS FLORIDA, LLC Rick Asnani, President  (561) 689-9787 6917 Vista Parkway N., Suite 1 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 828-0440 rick@cornerstonesolutionsteam.com www.cornerstonesolutionsteam.com

SHARP COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Nicole Janok, Senior Vice President  (561) 328-8137 3300 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 2 West Palm Beach, FL 33405 info@sharpthink.com www.sharpthink.com

COMPUTERS - IT MANAGED SERVICES C & W TECHNOLOGIES Robert Welsh, Business Account Specialist  (772) 287-5215 2522 SE Federal Highway Stuart, FL 34994 info@cwnow.com www.cwnow.com

COASTAL NETWORK SOLUTIONS Mark Liskay, Director of Operations  (561) 355-5950 7344 162nd Ct. N. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 mliskay@coastal-ns.com www.coastal-ns.com

DIGITAL TSUNAMI, LLC William Doomy, Vice President  561-602-4231 488 SW Copperfield Ave. Port Saint Lucie, FL 34953 info@digitaltsunamillc.com www.digitaltsunamillc.com

NEXXEN TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Nick Fortin, Owner  (561) 718-1770 5401 N. Haverhill Rd., Suite 101A West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 952-4669 nfortin@nexxentech.com www.nexxentech.com

PALMTECH COMPUTER SOLUTIONS Chuck Poole, President  (561) 969-1616 1025 N. Florida Mango Rd., Suite 5 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 info@palmtech.net www.palmtech.net

SIMPLITFY Erick Solms  (561) 425-6100 801 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 95 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 425-6100 sales@simplitfy.com www.simplitfy.com

KEYSTONE CHIROPRACTIC John Haslett, Doctor  (561) 247-0044 420 S. State Rd. 7, Suite 170 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33414

EXECUTIVE COFFEE SERVICE INC. Greg Fragakis, President  (561) 655-4700 1126 Elizabeth Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-0278

keystonechiropracticfl@gmail.com www.chiropractickeystone.com

info@executivecoffeeservice.com www.executivecoffeeservice.com

Info@SFLTech.com www.southfloridatechgroup.com

SOUTH FLORIDA TECH GROUP Kori Ellis, Director of Operations  (561) 214-4744 P. O. Box 1210 Estero, FL 33929


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TECHNOLIVING Jill Duda Director of Development  (561) 512-4694 999 Stinson Way, Suite 305 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 sales@technoliving.com www.technoliving.com

COMPUTERS - NETWORK SECURITY LEXICON INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Marvin Stabler, President  (561) 249-4475 5405 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 202 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 info@lexiconint.com www.lexicon-int.com

COMPUTERS - SECURITY WHITEHAT DEFENSES, LLC Dr. Kerry Enfinger, Information Security Specialist  (561) 809-3262 165 Vassar Dr. Lake Worth, FL 33460 admin@whitehatdefenses.com www.whitehatdefenses.com

COMPUTERS - SOFTWARE & SERVICES C3 CLOUD COMPUTING CONCEPTS Dino Morra, Vice President of Sales  (561) 939-4021 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Suite 420 Delray Beach, FL 33444 dmorra@c3cloud.com www.c3cloud.com

CONDOMINIUMS THE BRISTOL Allan Adelson, Principal / Partner  (561) 222-4444 440 Royal Palm Way, Suite 100 Palm Beach, FL 33480 info@thebristolpalmbeach.com www.thebristolpalmbeach.com

THE TRUMP PLAZA OF THE PALM BEACHES Michael Kampy General Manager  (561) 655-2555 525 S. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-6274 mkampy@trumpwpb.com

CONSIGNMENT SERVICES DINA Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FAB & FUNKY CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE Dina Capehart, Owner  (561) 659-1420 1609 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 2 Gatsby Building West Palm Beach, FL 33401 dinacfabandfunky@icloud.com www.fabandfunkyvintage.com

CONSTRUCTION - STEEL & MATERIALS CORAL STEEL COMPANY Sherrill Disbury, President  (561) 798-8822 1486-A Skees Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 798-5640 sherrill@coralsteel.com www.coralsteel.com

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT GILBANE BUILDING COMPANY Ted Cava Southeast Florida Manager  (561) 223-4722 661 University Blvd., Suite 107 Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 223-4689 tcava@gilbaneco.com www.gilbaneco.com

HEDRICK BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION Dale Hedrick, President  (561) 689-8880 2200 Centrepark West Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 689-8860 info@hedrickbrothers.com www.hedrickbrothers.com

MOSS & ASSOCIATES, LLC C. Robin Galanti, Director of Business Development  (954) 524-5678 2101 N. Andrews Ave. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311 rgalanti@mosscm.com www.mosscm.com

SUFFOLK CONSTRUCTION Rick Kolb, Senior Vice President  (561) 282-3000 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 1400 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 rkolb@suffolk.com www.suffolk.com

CONSTRUCTION SUPPLIES EURO ASIAN BLADES Scott Thedwall, Vice President  (561) 833-8992 1335 Old Okeechobee Rd. Suite 100 West Palm Beach , FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-9092 sthedwall@diamondtoolstore.com www.diamondtoolstore.com

SEWELL HARDWARE CO. Chap Brown  (561) 832-7171 1318 Mercer Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-5248 webmaster@sewellhardware.com www.sewellhardware.com

COMMERCE CONSULTING, INC. Jack Frost  (561) 689-5225 2822 Muskegon Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411 jfrost1996@comcast.net

HENRY INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING LLC Wayne Henry, Managing Director  (561) 654-9000 3525 S. Lake Dr. Boynton Beach, FL 33435 wayne@hi-consulting.org www.hi-consulting.org

JONES EDMUNDS & ASSOCIATES, INC. Bill Lynch Senior Engineering Consultant  (561) 249-6757 2240 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 300 West Palm Beach, FL 33409

CLEAR SPAN STRUCTURES, LLC Cathy Glass, Director of Marketing & Client Services  (561) 803-8100 2000 Avenue P, Suite 5 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 803-8119 info@cssbuilds.com www.cssbuilds.com

COASTAL CONSTRUCTION George Adornato, Senior Vice President  (561) 659-5819 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@coastalconstruction.com www.coastalconstruction.com

GAST CONSTRUCTION GROUP Allen Gast, President  (561) 281-1001 6101 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33405

info@jonesedmunds.com www.jonesedmunds.com

allen@gastconstructiongroup.com www.gastconstructiongroup.com

LIGHTHOUSE CONSULTING LLC Henry Colon, Principal  (561) 436-7292 6429 Shadow Creek Village Circle Lake Worth, FL 33463 Fax: (561) 967-6592

HEDRICK BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION Dale Hedrick, President  (561) 689-8880 2200 Centrepark West Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 689-8860

lighthousecgroup@gmail.com www.lighthouseconsultingfirm.com

SCHULZBUSINESS SELLUTIONS Greta Schulz, President & CEO  (561) 745-8892 401 Old Dixie Highway #4516 Jupiter, FL 33469 greta@schulzbusiness.com www.schulzbusiness.com

CONTRACTORS - GENERAL ANDERSON - MOORE CONSTRUCTION CORP. Christopher Harris, President  (561) 753-7400 1568 Watertower Rd. Lake Park, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 840-9779 info@amcbuild.com www.amcbuild.com

BALFOUR BEATTY CONSTRUCTION Kent Long, Sr. Vice President  (954) 585-4000 7901 SW 6th Court, Suite 200 Plantation, FL 33324 Fax: (954) 585-4503 www.balfourbeattyus.com

BURKHARDT CONSTRUCTION INC. Sarah Hoadley, Office Manager  (561) 659-1400 1400 Alabama Ave., Suite 20 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-1402 info@burkhardtconstruction.com www.burkhardtconstruction.com

info@hedrickbrothers.com www.hedrickbrothers.com

KAST CONSTRUCTION Dave DeMay, Vice President  (561) 402-8625 701 Northpoint Pkwy., Suite 400 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 ddemay@kastbuild.com www.kastbuild.com

LEBOLO CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Michael Rice, Business Developer  (561) 742-7644 2100 Corporate Dr. Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Fax: (561) 742-7636 mrice@lebolo.com www.lebolo.com

PARAMOUNT DISASTER RECOVERY Karen DeVaux, Office Manager  (772) 905-2423 1111 SE Federal Hwy., Suite 124 Stuart, FL 34994 Fax: (772) 324-8090 accounting@pdrhelps.com www.pdrhelps.com

SIBONEY CONTRACTING CO. Alida Rodriguez, Administrative Manager  (561) 832-3110 1450 Centrepark Blvd., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-7330 arodriguez@siboneycc.com www.siboneycc.com

CHANGING TIDES CONSULTING Kim Harty, CEO  (561) 412-1700 7186 Grassy Bay Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33411

BUTLER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Scott Butler, VP  (561) 832-9700 4807 Georgia Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 832-5992

SISCA CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC Jonathan Flah, Business Development Director  (561) 686-5545 5589 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 686-5459

kim@changingtidesconsulting.com www.changingtidesconsulting.com

mdiaz@butlerconstructionusa.com www.butlerconstructionusa.com

j.flah@siscaconstruction.com www.siscaconstruction.com

CONSULTANTS

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VERDEX CONSTRUCTION Rex Kirby, President  (561) 440-1600 1545 Centrepark Dr. N. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 440-1700 info@verdex.com www.verdex.com

WOOLEMS, INC. Eleanor Woolems, Director of Business Development  (561) 835-0401 2301 Centrepark West Dr. #150 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 835-0403 info@woolemsinc.com www.woolems.com

CONVENTION BUREAUS DISCOVER THE PALM BEACHES Jorge Pesquera, President & CEO  (561) 233-3000 2195 Southern Blvd., Suite 400 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 233-3009 www.ThePalmBeaches.com

CONVENTION CENTERS PALM BEACH COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER / SPECTRA VENUE MANAGEMENT & FOOD SERVICES Dave Anderson, General Manager / Regional VP  (561) 366-3000 650 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-3001 danderson@pbconventioncenter.com www.pbconventioncenter.com

COPIERS & PRINTERS SALES, SERVICE & SUPPLIES CONSULTING TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Chris Peddicord President / Owner  (561) 910-0405 7655 Enterprise Dr., Suite A1 West Palm Beach, FL 33404 support@cts3solutions.com www.cts3solutions.com

TOSHIBA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS Christine Pitts, Director of PR and Community Affairs  (561) 214-6196 2101 Centrepark West Dr. Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 627-5205 christine.pitts@tbs.toshiba.com www.toshiba.com

COPIER FACSIMILE

COUNSELING C&S COUNSELING AND CONSULTING Heather Spreadborough Licensed Mental Health Counselor  (561) 502-2091 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Suite 1200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 cstherapists@gmail.com www.cstherapist.com

COUNSELOR / LIFE COACH LIFE HAPPENS COUNSELING & WELLNESS Holli Driver Owner & Licensed Counselor  (334) 224-5179 7170 Deer Point Lane West Palm Beach, FL 33411 lifehappenscounseling@yahoo.com www.lifehappenscounseling.com

COUNTRY CLUBS FRENCHMAN’S CREEK BEACH & COUNTRY CLUB Pamela Rudd Director of Marketing  (561) 622-8300 13495 Tournament Dr. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 622-8891 prudd@frenchmanscreek.com www.frenchmanscreek.com

CREDIT UNIONS IBMSECU Joey Petruzzelli Account Manager  (561) 982-4700 2901-A North Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 jpetruzzelli@ibmsecu.org www.ibmsecu.org

IBMSECU Joey Petruzzelli, Account Manager  (561) 982-4700 3301 Gun Club Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 jpetruzzelli@ibmsecu.org www.ibmsecu.org

CRUISES BAHAMAS PARADISE CRUISE LINE Oneil Khosa  (800) 995-3201 431 Fairway Dr., Suite 300 Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 information@cruisebp.com www.bahamasparadisecruise.com

CULTURE & THE ARTS

HALSEY & GRIFFITH James Siemon  (561) 820-8000 1983 10th Ave. N. Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 820-8026

CULTURAL COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Rena Blades, CEO & President  (561) 471-2901 601 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460 Fax: (561) 687-9484

officesupplies@halsey-griffith.com www.halseygriffith.com

info@palmbeachculture.com www.palmbeachculture.com

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CUSTOMS BROKERS LUND & PULLARA INC. Lisa Lynn, President  (561) 844-1142 1305 N. Perimeter Rd. Air Cargo Bldg. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 842-9836 lisa@lundandpullara.com www.lundandpullara.com

DELIVERY SERVICES MY TOWN 2 GO Giorgio Schiavone Owner - Operator  (561) 346-0319 801 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 80 West Palm Beach , FL 33407 giorgiows@towntogo.com www.mytowntogo.com

DENTISTS LIFETIME DENTISTRY OF ROYAL PALM Shernette Taylor Practice Manager  (561) 814-2138 10080 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 100 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 814-2162 ldroyalpalm@mydentalmail.com www.lifetimedentistryofroyalpalm.com

THE SADATI CENTER FOR AESTHETIC DENTISTRY  (561) 753-8484 10140 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 140 Wellington, FL 33414 Fax: (561) 753-8585 www.floridassmiles.com

DENTISTS PROSTHETIC RECONSTRUCTION PALM BEACH PROSTHODONTICS Caryn Kleiman, DDS,MS  (561) 682-0999 1401 Forum Way, Suite 800 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 683-0899 info@prosdent.com www.prosdent.com

DETOX NOVUS MEDICAL DETOX OF WEST PALM BEACH Kent Runyon, Vice President Community Relations  (727) 232-8401 9270 Royal Palm Ave. New Port Richey, FL 34685 Fax: (727) 232-8408 kent@novusdetox.com www.novusdetox.com

DIGITAL MARKETING VAN BREW MEDIA Erin McClary, Founder  (561) 459-2804

erin@vanbrewmedia.com www.vanbrewmedia.com

DIGITAL MEDIA SERVICES O’DONNELL AGENCY Carey O’Donnell President & Creative Director  (561) 832-3231 303 Banyan Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-1309 odonnell.agency

DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS MY LIFE’S DOCUMENTS Michael Lugrand, CEO  (561) 632-2150 1128 Royal Palm Beach Blvd. Suite 243 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 mldcustomerservice @mylifesdocuments.com www.mylifesdocuments.com

DOG DAY CARE VIP VERY IMPORTANT PAWS William Corrente, V.P. Operations  (561) 366-9000 418 Park Place West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-9001 rsvp@veryimportantpaws.com www.veryimportantpaws.com

DOG GROOMING & BOARDING CENTRAL BARK DOGGY DAY CARE Gary Walter, Owner  (561) 513-8997 1503 Elizabeth Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

westpalm@centralbarkusa.com www.centralbarkwpb.com

VIP VERY IMPORTANT PAWS William Corrente, V.P. Operations  (561) 366-9000 418 Park Place West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-9001 rsvp@veryimportantpaws.com www.veryimportantpaws.com

DRY CLEANING DRY CLEANING BY GRACE Will Fedorenko, Partner  (561) 469-1361 826 W. Lantana Rd. Lantana, FL 33462

drycleaningbygrace@gmail.com www.drycleaningbygrace.com

TIM & DEB’S CLEANERS Tim Rowe, President  (561) 832-6183 421 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405

timrowesr@aol.com www.timanddebscleaners.com

EATING DISORDER MENTAL HEALTH VIAMAR HEALTH Michelle Klinedinst CEO / Founder  (561) 293-4677 560 Village Blvd., Suite 365 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 425-8211 www.viamarhealth.com

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES & CONSULTANTS COMMISSION FOR JEWISH EDUCATION OF THE PALM BEACHES Autumn Mella Development Associate  (561) 640-0700 1 Harvard Circle, Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 640-4304 info@cjepb.org www.cjepb.org


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EDLOGIC, LLC Teodora Kamburov, Founder  (954) 651-2166 110 Front St., Suite 300 Jupiter, FL 33477 teodora@edlogic.org www.edlogic.org

LINDAMOOD-BELL LEARNING PROCESSES Alex Curbelo, Center Manager  (561) 293-2902 2000 PGA Blvd. A-3206 Suite A-3206 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 palmbeachcounty.center@ lindamoodbell.com www.lindamoodbell.com

ONLINE TRADING ACADEMY Ron Thompson, Education Director  (561) 508-9160 580 Village Blvd., Suite 150 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 wpalmbeach@tradingacademy.com www.tradingacademy.com/ftlauderdale

TALKING THE WORLD Vickie Granati, Executive Director  (561) 600-5100 P.O. Box 33661 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420 vgranati@talkingtheworld.com www.talkingtheworld.com

ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS / UTILITIES PIKE ELECTRIC, LLC Will Pike, Director of Operations  (336) 719-4235 11770 US Hwy. One, Suite 102E Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 wpike@pike.com www.pike.com

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT CONSULTANTS ADP Tahany Nappi, District Manager Major Accounts  (561) 727-7737 701 Northpoint Pkwy., Suite 340 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 615-7404 www.adp.com

COLONIAL LIFE / EQUITY FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC Elaine Scola, Managing Partner  (561) 252-0121 3801 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 ekscola@gmail.com www.ColonialLife.com

EMPLOYEE LEASING OASIS OUTSOURCING Rachel Barden, Professional Employer Consultant  (888) 328-2463 1001 Yamato Rd., Suite 407 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Fax: (866) 709-9391 agarcia@oasisadvantage.com www.oasisadvantage.com

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES PERM & TEMP ALL FLORIDA PREMIER STAFFING INC. Michele Reis, CEO  (561) 889-2393 3003 S. Congress Ave., Suite 2D Palm Springs, FL 33461 michele@floridapremierstaffing.com www.floridapremierstaffing.com

EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT PROFESSIONALS Lee Fossett, Owner  (561) 471-8285 2540 Metrocentre Blvd., Suite 3 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 471-5927 lee.fossett@expresspros.com www.expresspros.com/wpalmbeachfl

PRINCIPLE PERSONNEL GROUP David Stemm, Owner  (772) 291-2934 10 SE Central Parkway, Suite 304 Stuart, FL 34994 Fax: (772) 205-3338 dstemm@principlepersonnelgroup.com www.principlepersonnelgroup.com

TRISTAFF Alexandra Powell, Business Development Manager  (561) 510-2155 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 800W West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 510-2877 apowell@tristaffusa.com www.tristaffusa.com

EMPLOYMENT PLACEMENT & TRAINING SERVICES CAREERSOURCE PALM BEACH COUNTY Steve Craig, President & Chief Executive Officer  (561) 340-1060 3400 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 340-1062 scraig@careersourcepbc.com www.careersourcepbc.com

CONFORTI & ASSOCIATES Gerard Conforti, President  (561) 882-0107 9250 Alternate A1A, Suite J Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 882-0290

CORNERSTONE SOLUTIONS, INC. Dwayne Wilson, Senior Career Transition Specialist  (561) 228-4503 ext. 8102 155 E. Blue Heron Blvd., Suite 404 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 328-8741

gerard@confortiandassociates.com www.ConfortiandAssociates.com

dwilson@csiteamonline.com www.csiteamonline.com

ENGINEERING COLLECTIVE WATER RESOURCES, LLC Elizabeth Perez, President  (561) 713-1320 8461 Lake Worth Rd., Suite 231 Lake Worth, FL 33467 lperez@collectivewater.com www.collectivewater.com

JONES EDMUNDS & ASSOCIATES, INC. Bill Lynch Senior Engineering Consultant  (561) 249-6757 2240 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 300 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 info@jonesedmunds.com www.jonesedmunds.com

ENGINEERS - CIVIL CHEN MOORE AND ASSOCIATES Suzanne Dombrowski Office Manager  (561) 746-6900 500 Australian Ave. S., Suite 530 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 746-8333 sdombrowski@chenmoore.com www.chenmoore.com

MCLEOD MCCARTHY & ASSOCIATES Todd McLeod, Principal  (561) 689-9500 1655 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 712 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 todd@mcleodmccarthy.com www.mccleodmccarthy.com

ENGINEERS - CIVIL & TRAFFIC SIMMONS & WHITE, INC. Sarah Abercrombie Office Manager  (561) 478-7848 2581 Metrocentre Blvd. West Suite 3 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 info@simmonsandwhite.com www.simmonsandwhite.com

ENGINEERS - CONSULTING CALVIN, GIORDANO & ASSOCIATES, INC. Ronnie Furniss, Director of Survey  (561) 684-6161 560 Village Blvd., Suite 340 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 rfurniss@cgasolutions.com www.cgasolutions.com

MCLEOD MCCARTHY & ASSOCIATES Todd McLeod, Principal  (561) 689-9500 1655 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 712 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 todd@mcleodmccarthy.com www.mccleodmccarthy.com

WGI David Wantman, President  (561) 687-2220 2035 Vista Parkway West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 687-1110 www.wginc.com

ENGINEERS - GEOTECHNICAL RADISE INTERNATIONAL, L.C. Gregory Stelmack VP of Operations  (561) 841-0103 4152 W. Blue Heron Blvd. Suite 1114 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 841-0104 gregory.stelmack@radise.net www.radise.net

ENTERTAINMENT CITYPLACE Erika Constantine  (561) 820-0074 700 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-1001 edellamea@related.com www.cityplace.com

ENTERTAINMENT & MEDIA OLYMPUSAT, INC. Chuck Mohler, COO  (561) 684-5657 477 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 306 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@olympusat.com www.olympusat.com

EQUINE ASSISTED EDUCATION / HORSE RESCUE & REHAB KARENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S EQUINE INTERVENTION, INC. Nora Janssen R.N. President, Program Director  (561) 318-8043 P.O. Box 72 Loxahatchee, FL 33470 Fax: (561) 293-7008 www.equineintervention.org

EVENT & BANQUET FACILITIES NATIONAL CROQUET CENTER Marie Sweetser Membership Director  (561) 478-2300 700 Florida Mango Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 471-0832 events@croquetnational.com www.croquetnational.com

EVENT STAGING TEMPORARILY YOURS, LLC Lori Yochum, Manager  (772) 888-3565 1501 SE Decker Ave., Suite 506 Stuart, FL 34994 lori@temporarilyours.net www.temporarilyours.net

EVENTS PLANNING

REIKENIS & ASSOCIATES, LLC Richard Reikenis, President  (561) 818-5381 801 S. Olive Ave., Suite 105 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

KISH EVENTS & DECOR Vincent Kish, CEO  (561) 777-6197 9172 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington, FL 33467

rick@reikenis.com www.reikenis.com

info@kishevent.com www.kishevent.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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EXECUTIVE SUITES QUEST WORKSPACES Carye Farrell, Center Manager  (561) 370-7400 515 N. Flagler Dr., Suite P-300 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 370-7401 carye@questworkspaces.com www.questworkspaces.com

EXHIBIT DESIGN SILVERBAIT DESIGN INC. Mark Khan, Owner  (917) 327-5705 3100 Medinah Circle West Lake Worth, FL 33467 mkhan@silverbait.com www.silverbait.com

EXPORT/IMPORT DABEINONG NORTH AMERICA, INC Vivian Hu  (559) 260-9077 7777 Glades Rd., Suite 215 Boca Raton, FL 33434 hujingwen@dbn.com.cn

EXPOSITIONS, TRADE SHOWS & FAIRS PALM BEACH SHOW GROUP Kelsi Hartman, Director of Communications  (561) 822-5440 1900 Australian Ave. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 837-6651 kelsi@palmbeachshow.com www.palmbeachshowgroup.com

SHOW MANAGEMENT Dane Graziano  (954) 764-7642 1115 NE 9 Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304 Fax: (954) 462-4140 info@showmanagement.com www.showmanagement.com

SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR & PBC EXPOSITIONS, INC. Richard Vymlatil, President / CEO  (561) 793-0333 9067 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 790-5246 www.southfloridafair.com

FAMILY OFFICE SERVICES BLUE OCEAN CAPITAL Mark Elhilow, Managing Principal  (561) 659-3301 101 N. Clematis St., Suite 220 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-3609 mark@blueoceancpa.com

FESTIVALS

FINANCE - BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENTS BRIGHTLINK COMMERCIAL CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC Kristina McCarthy, Partner  (561) 329-1459 100 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 kmccarthy@brightlinkcapital.com www.brightlinkcapital.com

EPPSTONE CAPITAL Ciro Mendoza Vice President of Sales  (561) 906-6078 2424 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 150 Boca Raton, FL 33431 cmendoza@eppstone.com www.eppstone.com

STAR BRIGHT ADVISERS, LLC Thomas Gipson Executive Director  (800) 305-8318 515 N. Flagler Dr., P300 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 tg@starbrightadvisers.com www.starbrightadvisers.com

FINANCIAL ADVISORS, PLANNERS & CONSULTANTS

scohen@wealthwithwisdomadvisors.com www.wealthwithwisdomadvisors.com

ROBERT W. BAIRD & CO. Keith Epstein, Branch Manager  (561) 650-5900 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 1401 West West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-5799

FINANCIAL SERVICES ACCOUNTING AND TAX SLASHERS GURU, INC. Fritz Seide, Accountant, E.A.  (561) 501-9391 1897 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 108 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 249-7688 taxdebtdefense@aol.com www.taxmeltdown.com

AXA ADVISORS, LLC Jacqueline Grellinger Financial Professional  (561) 213-3814 2255 Glades Rd., Suite 412E Boca Raton, FL 33431 jacqueline.grellinger @axa-advisors.com www.grellinger.com

CAPITAL ONE Andrew Winninger, Business Development Manager  (561) 302-0354 701 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

charlieparker@mycoastalwealth.com

FIRST PREMIER PAYMENT SOLUTIONS, INC. Paul Hayden, CEO  (877) 650-9054 3200 N. Federal Highway Suite 221 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Fax: (561) 634-2830

CASTLE WEALTH MANAGEMENT Melissa Gannon, Financial Planner, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst  (561) 686-9604 1400 Centrepark Blvd., Suite 900 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 584-5080 mgannon@castlewm.com www.castlewm.com

FINANCIAL PLANNING INVESTMENT GROUP INC. Louis Macloskey, President  (561) 689-5724 1615 Forum Place, Suite 1A West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 689-8558 www.fpiginc.com

NATIONAL PLANNING CORPORATION Thomas Leinwol Investment Specialist  (561) 864-8328 2056 Vista Parkway, Suite 225 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 thomas_leinwol@npcfinancial.com www.npcfinancial.com

PETER ANDERSON, CFP AT RAYMOND JAMES Peter Anderson, Financial Advisor Certified Financial Planner  (954) 205-5009 632 S. Federal Highway Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

info@sunfest.com www.sunfest.com

peter.anderson@raymondjames.com www.peterandersonmba.com

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REDMOND FINANCIAL SERVICES Vernon Redmond, Owner  (561) 201-2644 1415 S. J St., Apt. 2 Lake Worth, FL 33460

BERGMAN, MORALES, PARKER & WALSH WITH COASTAL WEALTH - A MASSMUTUAL COMPANY Charlie Parker Finanacial Services Executive  (561) 207-2312 250 S. Australian Ave., Suite 1200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

SUNFEST OF PALM BEACH COUNTY INC. Paul Jamieson, Executive Director  (561) 659-5980 525 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-3567

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WEALTH WITH WISDOM ADVISORS, INC. Saul Cohen, CLU, ChFC  (561) 799-9778 1201 US Highway 1, Suite 403 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (718) 732-2542

andrew.winninger@capitalone.com www.capitalone360.com/cafes

paul.hayden@firstpremierpayments.com www.firstpremierpayments.com

NEBO GROUP, LLC William Doniger, Managing Member  (561) 512-8451 5280 N.Ocean Dr., Unit 16C Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 228-0778 wrdoniger@gmail.com

PRIMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES Sohail Dadressan, Senior VicePresident  (561) 308-3407 1818 S. Australian Ave., Suite 209 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 sdadressan@primerica.com www.primerica.com/sdadressan

PRUDENTIAL ADVISORS Dean Dignoti, Manager Financial Services  (561) 207-3168 250 S. Australian Ave., Suite 1300 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (877) 840-0082 dean.dignoti@prudential.com www.prudential.com/us/westpalmbea choffice.fl

redmondfinancialservices@gmail.com www.redmondfs.com/

kepstein@rwbaird.com www.rwbaird.com

THRIVENT FINANCIAL Shanell Foster, Financial Advisor  (561) 969-8879 319 Clematis St., Suite 213 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 shanell.foster@thrivent.com connect.thrivent.com/Shanell-Foster

WEISS GROUP, LLC Jeffrey Rano, Executive Vice President  (561) 627-3300 15430 Endeavour Dr. Jupiter, FL 33478 Fax: (561) 282-4509 www.moneyandmarkets.com

FINE ART SERVICES BELLISSIMA LUXURY & FINE ART SERVICES Susan McGregor, CEO  (954) 256-0090 3340 SE 6th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 susan@bellissimafineart.com www.bellissimafineart.com

FIRE & WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION DRY PRO WATERFIRE-MOLD, INC. Steve Brandt, Owner  (561) 935-1605 1650 Cypress Dr., Unit 4 Tequesta , FL 33469 Steve@mydrypro.com www.dryproflood.com

SERVPRO OF NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTY - LAKE WORTH Donna Goldfarb, Director of Business Development  (561) 881-8784 117 Miller Way Lake Park, FL 33403 servpro5474@hotmail.com www.servpronorthpalmbeachcounty.com

FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES WAYNE AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLERS, INC. Jared Flournoy, Sales Representative  (954) 917-3030 3121 NW 16th Terrace Pompano Beach, FL 33064 Fax: (954) 917-9424 jflournoy@waynefire.com www.waynefire.com


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FISHING GUIDES, CHARTERS & PARTIES BLUE HERON FLEET Ryan Nagel, Owner  (561) 844-3573 389 E. Blue Heron Blvd. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 842-2774 blueheronfishpics@yahoo.com www.blueheronfishing.com

FITNESS D1 SPORTS HOLDINGS, LLC Mike Maystead, General Manager  (561) 296-0999 4215 Burns Rd., Suite 150 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 mike.maystead@d1sportstraining.com www.D1SportsTraining.com/ PalmBeachGardens

GRIT-STRONG Joy Warner, Owner  (770) 853-1243 12550 S. Military Trail, Bay 11 Boynton Beach, FL 33436 joy.getgritfit@gmail.com www.gritstrongfl.com

FITNESS - MOBILE, IN-HOME GYMGUYZ Kitty Magee, Owner  (561) 618-3800 Palm Beach County, FL kitty.magee@gymguyz.com www.gymguyz.com

FITNESS STUDIO ANYTIME FITNESS Vincent Borriello, Owner  (561) 508-9393 6901 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 WestPalmBeachFL@anytimefitness.com www.anytimefitness.com

GYROTONIC SATNAM Oblio Wish, Owner  (561) 650-0304 2916 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 650-0305 info@gyrotonicsatnam.com www.gyrotonicsatnam.com

ULTIMA FITNESS DOWNTOWN Michael Roca, General Manager  (561) 659-1724 400 Clematis St., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@ultimadowntown.com www.ultimadowntown.com

FLOOR MATERIALS

FLORISTS LOVEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FLOWER SHOP Tammy Pietranton, Owner  (561) 659-0772 411 7th St., Suite 10 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 tammy@lovesflowers.com www.lovesflowers.com

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FRANCHISE ADVISORS GLADIATOR CONSULTANTS Timothy Hurley, CEO  (917) 873-1168 375 Beach Rd. Tequesta, FL 33469 th@gladiatorconsultants.com www,gladiatorconsultants.com

FRANCHISING & SERVICES

CAMELOT COMMUNITY CARE Leslie Serena, Executive Director  (561) 649-0877 6416 Melaleuca Lane Greenacres, FL 33463

UNITED FRANCHISE GROUP A.J. Titus, Sales Director  (561) 640-5570 2121 Vista Parkway West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 640-6062

lserena@camelotcommunitycare.org www.camelotcommunitycare.org

info@ufgcorp.com www.unitedfranchisegroup.com

FOUNDATIONS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR PALM BEACH AND MARTIN COUNTIES Bradley Hurlburt, President & CEO  (561) 659-6800 700 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-6542 info@cfpbmc.org www.yourcommunityfoundation.org

EDUCATION FOUNDATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. James Gavrilos, President & CEO  (561) 434-7303 3300 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite C141 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 357-5900 www.educationfoundationpbc.org

JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION Liv Vesely, President  (561) 263-5728 1210 S. Old Dixie Highway Jupiter, FL 33458 foundation1@jupitermed.com www.jmcfoundation.org

MAX PLANCK FLORIDA FOUNDATION Barbara Suflas Noble, President  (561) 972-9020 One Max Planck Way Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 972-9021 www.maxplanckflorida.org

PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE FOUNDATION Suellen Mann, Executive Director  (561) 868-3450 4200 Congress Ave., CRA200 Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 868-3687 foundation@palmbeachstate.edu www.palmbeachstate.edu

FREIGHT FORWARDING LUND & PULLARA INC. Lisa Lynn, President  (561) 844-1142 1305 N. Perimeter Rd. Air Cargo Bldg. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 842-9836 lisa@lundandpullara.com www.lundandpullara.com

FULFILLMENT SERVICES SEAGULL SERVICES Ms. Barbara Nurenberg President & CEO  (561) 842-5814 3879 Byron Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 881-3554 bnurenberg@seagull.org www.seagull.org

FUNDING 1ST GLOBAL CAPITAL / GREENTREE FUNDING Mark Brodi, Account Executive  (954) 507-9533 1250 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Suite 409 Hallandale Beach, FL 33009 Fax: (305) 477-5135 mb@greentreefunding.org www.1stglobalcapital.com

FUNERAL HOME/ CREMATION SERVICES NATIONAL CREMATION SOCIETY Lori Banes Funeral Director / Embalmer  (561) 848-5170 814 Northlake Blvd. North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 848-5077 lori.banes@sci-us.com www.nationalcremation.com

FUNERAL HOMES & DIRECTORS

PROSOURCE OF PALM BEACH Michael Taylor, Manager  (561) 848-2221 7479 Central Industrial Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 848-1902

PALM HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION, INC. Marjorie Sullivan, Vice President  (561) 833-6333 700 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 205 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-0070

michael@prosourcepalmbeach.com www.prosourceofpalmbeach.com

QUATTLEBAUM FUNERAL, CREMATION AND EVENT CENTER AT HILLCREST MEMORIAL PARK John Tineri, General Manager  (561) 833-4061 6411 Parker Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 832-9524

msullivan@phfpbc.org www.palmhealthcare.org

john.tineri@dignitymemorial.com www.quattlebaum-fh.com

GENERAL CONTRACTORS SPEC HOMES CAWTHRA BUILDING GROUP, INC. Charles Cawthra General Contractor  (954) 494-4208 4521 PGA Blvd., #194 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 charles@cbgcc.com www.cbgcc.com

GLASS - STAINED & GLAZED MCMOW ART GLASS, INC. Shanon Materio, President  (561) 585-9011 701 N. Dixie Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460 Fax: (561) 586-2292 shanon@mcmow.com www.mcmow.com

GLASS & GLAZING CONTRACTORS PALM BEACH GLASS SPECIALTIES, INC. Donill Kenney, Vice President  (561) 655-3344 1717 Edgar St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-6222 donill@pbglass.com www.pbglass.com

GOLF - CADDY SERVICE CADDIENOW Terry Wittek  (561) 291-2152 115 Via Bosque Jupiter, FL 33458 terry@caddienow.com www.caddienow.com

GOLF - MANAGEMENT & HOSPITALITY TROON Tim Rose Regional Sales & Marketing  (561) 708-5147 2000 PGA Blvd., Suite 3230 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 trose@troon.com www.troon.com

GOLF COURSES - PRIVATE PGA NATIONAL RESORT & SPA David Fine Senior VP Sales & Marketing  (561) 627-2000 400 Avenue of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 david,fine@pgaresort.com www.pgaresort.com

GOLF COURSES - PUBLIC BANYAN CAY RESORT & GOLF Alicia Lewis, President  (561) 557-5840 2300 Presidential Way West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@banyancaygolfclub.com www.banyancaygolfclub.com

POINCIANA GOLF CLUB Frederic Paquet, Owner  (561) 439-4721 3536 Via Poinciana Dr. Lake Worth, FL 33467 contact@poincianagolfclub.com www.poincianagolfclub.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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WEST PALM BEACH GOLF COURSE Judy Dickinson Head Golf Professional  (561) 822-1591 7001 Parker Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 588-9701 jdickinson@wpb.org www.affordablegolf.com

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, ENTITIES, CONSULTANTS & ORGANIZATIONS ANNE M. GANNON CONSTITUTIONAL TAX COLLECTOR Anne Gannon Constitutional Tax Collector  (561) 355-2264 301 N. Olive Ave., 3rd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 355-4123 clientadvocate@taxcollectorpbc.com www.pbctax.com

CHILDREN’S SERVICES COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Dr. Lisa Williams-Taylor, CEO  (561) 740-7000 2300 High Ridge Rd. Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Fax: (561) 835-1956 communications@cscpbc.org www.cscpbc.org

CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH Jonathan Evans, City Manager  (561) 845-4010 600 W. Blue Heron Blvd. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 840-3353 jevans@rivierabch.com www.rivierabch.com

CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH Jeff Green, City Administrator  (561) 822-1400 401 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 822-1424 www.wpb.org

DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION Michael Kiser Business Projects Specialist  (772) 631-3610 2215 S. Kanner Hwy. Stuart, FL 34994 michael.kiser@vr.fldoe.org www.rehabworks.org

FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - DISTRICT 85 Rick Roth, Representative  (561) 625-5176 100 Village Square Crossing Suite 104 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

FLORIDA SENATE - DISTRICT 30 Bobby Powell, State Senator  (561) 650-6880 2715 N. Australian Ave., Suite 105 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 650-6882

TOWN OF MANGONIA PARK Sherry Albury, Town Clerk  (561) 848-1235 1755 E. Tiffany Dr. Mangonia Park, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 848-6940

powell.bobby.web@flsenate.gov www.FLSenate.gov

info@townofmangoniapark.com www.townofmangoniapark.com

PALM BEACH COUNTY OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE Angie Whitaker, Small Business Development Specialist II  (561) 616-6849 50 S. Military Trail, Suite 202 West Palm Beach, FL 33415 Fax: (561) 616-6850

US ARMY SFC Ruben Salazar Station Commander  (561) 627-0411 3978 Northlake Blvd. Northlake Commons Lake Park, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 627-0699

awhitake@pbcgov.org www.pbcgov.org/osba

PALM BEACH COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER Dorothy Jacks, Property Appraiser  (561) 355-3230 301 N. Olive Ave., 5th Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 355-3963 djacks@pbcgov.org www.pbcgov.com/papa

PALM BEACH COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Susan Bucher Supervisor of Elections  (561) 656-6200 240 S. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415 Fax: (561) 656-6287 susanbucher@pbcelections.org www.pbcelections.org

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Ms. Becky Haltermon Robinson, Public Affairs Coordinator  (561) 640-4000 7501 N. Jog Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33412 Fax: (561) 640-3400 brobinson@swa.org www.swa.org

SPECIAL DISTRICT SERVICES, INC. Todd Wodraska, President  (561) 630-4922 2501-A Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 630-4923 twodraska@sdsinc.org www.sdsinc.org

STATE REPRESENTATIVE BILL HAGER - DISTRICT 89 Rep. Bill Hager, Representative, House District 89  (561) 470-6607 301 Yamato Rd., Suite 1240 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Fax: (561) 470-6609

usarmy.knox.usaree.list.3g5b.mil@mail.mil www.goarmy.com

USPS - POSTAL CUSTOMER COUNCIL OF THE PALM BEACHES & TREASURE COAST Curlita Rogers-Saunders, Customer Relations Coordinator  (561) 697-2145 3200 Summit Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (650) 577-2487 curlita.a.rogers-saunders@usps.gov www.pccpb.com

WEST PALM BEACH DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Raphael Clemente Executive Director  (561) 833-8873 301 Clematis St., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-5870 info@downtownwpb.com www.downtownwpb.com

GRATITUDE INDUSTRY GUNDALOO Meena Goyal, CEO  (561) 513-6345

support@gundaloo.com www.gundaloo.com

GROCERS PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS INC. STORE #848 AT CITYPLACE Wade Rinderknecht Store Manager  (561) 651-7787 375 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 651-7593 www.publix.com

HARDWARE SEWELL HARDWARE CO. Chap Brown  (561) 832-7171 1318 Mercer Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-5248 webmaster@sewellhardware.com www.sewellhardware.com

GHT INSTITUTE Mary Skeirik, President  (561) 948-1948 4401 Sheridan St. Hollywood, FL 33021 info@ghtinstitute.com www.ghtinstitute.com

HEALTH CARE DISTRICT OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Ms. Peretheiura Baker, Community Liaison  (561) 659-1270 1515 N. Flagler Dr., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401-3431 Fax: (561) 659-4620 www.hcdpbc.org

HIPPOCRATES HEALTH INSTITUTE Michael Allen, Vice President  (561) 471-8876 1466 Hippocrates Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 471-9464 info@hippocratesinst.org www.hippocratesinst.org

LIVING TAO YOGA AND WELLNESS COACHING Renee Denault, Owner  (561) 800-5212 West Palm Beach, FL livingtaoyoga@gmail.com www.livingtaoyoga.com

RADIANT HEALTH AND WELLBEING Dan Zhou, President  (561) 207-8833 1205 N. Federal Hwy. Lake Worth, FL 33460 dan@radianthealthandwellbeing.com www.RadiantHealthandWellbeing.com

TREASURE COAST MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. Kelly Adelberg, VP Operations  (866) 296-0942 3405 NW Federal Hwy. Jensen Beach, FL 34957 marketing@tcmahealthcare.com www.tcmahealthcare.com

HEALTH CARE CONSULTING & SERVICES HMC HEALTHWORKS Christy Heady, Director of Public Relations & Communications  (561) 743-2898 140 Intracoastal Pointe Dr. Suite 301 Jupiter, FL 33477 cheady@hmcebs.com www.hmchealthworks.com

SOLUTIONS HYPNOSIS Robert Dean, Director  (561) 600-5110 2247 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Suite 204 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 rad@solutionshypnosis.net www.solutionshypnosis.net

rick.roth@myfloridahouse.gov www.myfloridahouse.gov

bill.hager@myfloridahouse.gov www.myfloridahouse.gov

FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - DISTRICT 90 Rep. Lori Berman  (561) 374-7850 2300 High Ridge Rd., Suite 161 Boynton Beach, FL 33426

STATE REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPH ABRUZZO - DISTRICT 81 Joseph Abruzzo  (561) 470-2086 8177 Glades Rd., Suite 209 Boca Raton , FL 33434

CARASMATIC WELLBEING Cara Abaldo, Founder  (561) 293-0650 15551 Cedar Grove Lane Wellington, FL 33414

BEACHWAY THERAPY CENTER Rogan Holmes, Executive Director  (561) 713-6872 2600 Quantum Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33426

lori.berman@myfloridahouse.gov www.myfloridahouse.gov

joseph.abruzzo@myfloridahouse.gov www.myfloridahouse.gov

carasmaticwellbeing@gmail.com www.carasmaticwellbeing.com

rogan@beachwaytherapycenter.com www.beachway.com/

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CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA GLOBAL, INC. Peter Yesawich Cheif Growth Officer  (561) 923-3100 5900 Broken Sound Pkwy. NW Boca Raton, FL 33487 www.cancercenter.com

CONCENTRA MEDICAL CENTERS Amy Zoete, Account Executive  (561) 214-0405 4455 Medical Center Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 881-5533 Amy_Zoete@concentra.com www.Concentra.com

HEALTH COACH DAVE THE HEALTH COACH Dave Lowrey, Owner  (561) 635-2664 6075 Plains Dr. Lake Worth, FL 33463 dmlowrey@gmail.com

HEALTH EDUCATION & RESTORATION FACILITIES HIPPOCRATES HEALTH INSTITUTE Michael Allen, Vice President  (561) 471-8876 1466 Hippocrates Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 471-9464 info@hippocratesinst.org www.hippocratesinst.org

HEALTH INSURANCE ALLIANCES LEO HEALTH SERVICES Melissa Frank, Director  (844) 782-8111 601 N. Congress Ave., Suite 429 Delray Beach, FL 33445 info@leocardservices.com www.lcs-teladoc.com

HEALTHCARE - ORTHOPEDICS PALEY ORTHOPEDIC & SPINE INSTITUTE Caroline Eaton, Director Patient Coordination  (561) 844-5255 901 45th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 inquiry@paleyinstitute.org www.paleyinstitute.org

HEARING LOSS TECHNOLOGY EMCOM Peggy Bell, Director of Marketing  (561) 629-5556 713 Duchess Ct. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 peggy@emcomsys.com www.emcomsys.com

HOME FURNISHINGS HIVE HOME, GIFT & GARDEN Sara McCann, Owner  (561) 514-0322 424 Palm St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 514-0338 www.hivepalmbeach.com

PICNIC FASHION LLC Becky Finn, Owner  (561) 328-7983 425 S. Olive Ave. on the corner of Gardenia Street and South Olive Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 picnicfashion@gmail.com www.picnicfashion.com

HOME HEALTH SERVICES ADMIRALTY HOME HEALTH CARE Alan Bottorff, CEO  (301) 332-9025 12161 Ken Adams Way, Suite 170 Wellington, FL 33414 alan@admiraltycares.com www.admiraltyhomecare.com

CAREWELL HOMECARE, LLC Diane Towry, Director of Business Development & Client Relations  (561) 602-0331 9250 Glades Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33434 Fax: (561) 931-2536 dianet@carewell-homecare.net www.carewell-homecare.net

HARBORSIDE COMFORT SERVICES Kevin Bogin, CEO  (561) 308-1000 2810 Grande Parkway, Suite 106 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 kbogin@harborsidecomfortservices.com www.harborsidecomfortservices.com

LIVING LIFE AT HOME Taryn Gilman, Administrator  (561) 721-9615 460 E. Ocean Ave., Suite 105 Lantana, FL 33462 Fax: (561) 721-9595 tgilman@seniorlifestyle.com www.livinglifenurseregistry.com

MORSELIFE Janna Zaidspiner Director of Community Relations  (561) 578-9402 4847 Fred Gladstone Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 209-6168 jzaidspiner@morselife.org www.morselife.org

REHABCARE / KINDRED AT HOME Jen Humphrey Marketing Manager  (561) 670-1508 680 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 Fax: (877) 421-7411 lynn.king@rehabcare.com www.rehabcare.com

RESCARE HOMECARE Melissa McLeieer Branch Manager  (561) 585-1062 2328 10th Ave. N., Suite 203W Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 533-0968 mmcleieer@rescare.com www.ResCareHomeCare.com

HOME IMPROVEMENT LOWE’S HOME IMPROVEMENT Bill Lanning, Store Manager  (561) 471-4828 4701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 william.lanning@store.lowes.com www.lowes.com

HOME INSPECTION SERVICE RF HOME INSPECTIONS Steven Rhoads, Owner  (561) 529-1019 18345 93rd Rd. N Loxahatchee , FL 33470 steven@rfhomeinspect.com www.rfhomeinspect.com

HOME WATCH - HOME REPAIRS A+R ESTATE MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES Autumn Ingraham Managing Partner  (561) 331-1412 2649 Lake Dr. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 a.estatemanagementservices@gmail.com www.arpalmbeaches.com

HOSPICES HOSPICE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY FOUNDATION / TRUSTBRIDGE Greg Leach, President & CEO  (561) 494-6888 5300 East Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 494-6889 info@hpbcf.org www.hpbcf.org

VITAS HEALTHCARE Beth Harple, Director of Market Development  (561) 364-1479 1901 S. Congress Ave., Suite 420 Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Fax: (561) 734-6342 beth.harple@vitas.com www.vitas.com

HOSPITALS GOOD SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER Tara McCoy Chief Executive Officer  (561) 655-5511 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-6127 www.goodsamaritanmc.com

JOE DIMAGGIO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL Milin Espino, Administrative Director & Community Relations  (954) 265-5324 1005 Joe DiMaggio Dr. Hollywood, FL 33021 Fax: (954) 265-0522

PALM BEACH GARDENS MEDICAL CENTER Dianne Goldenberg, CEO  (561) 622-1411 3360 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 www.pbgmc.com

ST. MARY’S MEDICAL CENTER AND THE PALM BEACH CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL Brittany Wilson Director of Marketing  (561) 844-6300 901 45th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 brittany.wilson@tenethealth.com www.stmarysmc.com

HOTELS BEST WESTERN PLUS Crystal Morey, General Manager  (561) 844-8448 11360 US Highway 1 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 622-4258 crystal.morey@AD1global.com www.bestwestern.com

THE BRAZILIAN COURT PALM BEACH Ian Black, Director of Group Sales  (561) 655-7740 301 Australian Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480 info@braziliancourt.com www.thebraziliancourt.com

CASA GRANDVIEW WEST PALM BEACH Cheryl Grantham Owner / Manager  (877) 435-2786 1410 Georgia Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-8932 cheryl@casagrandview.com www.casagrandview.com

THE CHESTERFIELD PALM BEACH Natalie Le Clerc General Manager  (561) 659-5800 363 Cocoanut Row Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 659-6707 nleclerc@rchmail.com www.chesterfieldpb.com

DOUBLETREE WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT Ali Etemadi, Director of Sales  (561) 689-6888 1808 S. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 683-5783 ali.etemadi2@hilton.com www.dtpalmbeach.com

EAU PALM BEACH RESORT & SPA Maria Hirt Director of Sales & Marketing  (561) 533-6000 100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan, FL 33462 Fax: (561) 588-4202

www.jdch.com

maria.hirt@eaupalmbeach.com www.EAUPalmBeach.com

JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER Kathleen Ahern, Executive Director, Marketing and Consumerism  (561) 263-2234 1210 S. Old Dixie Highway Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 263-4447

EMBASSY SUITES BY HILTON WEST PALM BEACH - CENTRAL Vanessa Goode Senior Catering Manager  (561) 689-6400 1601 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 478-6809

kathleen.ahern@jupitermed.com www.jupitermed.com

vanessa.goode@whitelodging.com www.eswestpalmbeach.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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FOUR SEASONS RESORT PALM BEACH Ashley Lanier Director of Catering  (561) 582-2800 2800 S. Ocean Blvd. Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 547-1557

LA QUINTA INN & SUITES Daniel Lewandowski General Manager  (561) 689-8540 1910 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 687-8090

contactus.palmbeach@fourseasons.com www.fourseasons.com/palmbeach

lq7716gm@laquinta.com

HAMPTON INN WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT Joanne Schroeder, Cluster Director of Sales & Marketing  (561) 472-7333 1601 Worthington Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 472-7593

PALM BEACH GARDENS MARRIOTT Jeri-Ann Hart Director of Sales & Marketing  (561) 630-1307 4000 RCA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 624-4057

www.westpalmbeachcentralairport. hamptoninn.com

HAWTHORN SUITES BY WYNDHAM WEST PALM BEACH Gina Worobel Director of Sales & Marketing  (561) 472-7000 301 Lamberton Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 472-7007 ginaworobel@gmail.com www.hawthornwpb.com

HILTON GARDEN INN WEST PALM BEACH Nick Durso, Cluster Sales & Marketing Manager  (561) 472-5956 1611 Worthington Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 472-5957 nick.durso@whitelodging.com www.westpalmbeachairport.stayhgi.com

HILTON WEST PALM BEACH John Parkinson General Manager  (561) 231-6000 600 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 pbiwp_ds@hilton.com www.hiltonwestpalmbeach.com

HOLIDAY INN PALM BEACH AIRPORT & CONFERENCE CENTER Abe Rothenberg Director of Sales  (561) 659-3880 1301 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 833-9218 arothenberg@hiwestpalmbeach.com www.hipalmbeachairport.com

HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON WEST PALM BEACH Joe Dunann, General Manager  (561) 682-9188 2455 Metrocentre Blvd. E. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 682-9189 joe.dunann@hilton.com www.westpalmbeach.homewoodsuites.com

HYATT PLACE WEST PALM BEACH / DOWNTOWN Alaina Teitelbaum Director of Sales  (561) 655-1454 295 Lakeview Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-4122 alaina.teitelbaum@hyatt.com www.hyattplacewestpalmbeach.com

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www.7716.LQ.com

jeriann.hart@marriott.com www.marriott.com/pbipg

PGA NATIONAL RESORT & SPA David Fine Senior VP Sales & Marketing  (561) 627-2000 400 Avenue of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 david,fine@pgaresort.com www.pgaresort.com

QUALITY INN - WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT Joseph Ferrara General Manager  (561) 471-8700 1505 Belvedere Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33406 jferrara@cherrycove.com www.choicehotels.com/FLB76

RESIDENCE INN WEST PALM BEACH DOWNTOWN / CITYPLACE Connie Breen, General Manager  (561) 653-8100 455 Hibiscus St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 653-8080 constance.breen@marriott.com www.marriott.com/pbird

SPRINGHILL SUITES WEST PALM BEACH Tenille McLeod, Director of Sales  (561) 689-6814 2437 Metrocentre Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 689-6815 tenille.mcleod@otohotels.com www.marriott.com/pbiwi

STUDIO 6 EXTENDED STAY Althea Bailey, General Manager  (561) 640-3335 1535 Centrepark Drive North West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 640-3374

HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT HOUSING CENTER OF THE PALM BEACHES Laurel Robinson Executive Director  (561) 655-8530 1713 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 832-8962 lrobinson@wpbha.org www.wpbha.org

HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTING INSPERITY Timothy Keough Business Performance Advisor  (561) 951-3078 1248 Summerwood Circle Wellington, FL 33414 timothy.keough@insperity.com www.insperity.com

LIGHTHOUSE CONSULTING LLC Henry Colon, Principal  (561) 436-7292 6429 Shadow Creek Village Circle Lake Worth, FL 33463 Fax: (561) 967-6592 lighthousecgroup@gmail.com www.lighthouseconsultingfirm.com

HYPNOSIS ABUNDANCE HYPNOSIS, LLC Gloria Stanchak Alexander  (561) 683-4220 West Palm Beach, FL havetalkswtravel@gmail.com www.hypnosistodaywithgloria.com

IDENTITY THEFT PROTECTION LEGALSHIELD / ID SHIELD Joan Quittner, Independent Associate / Director  (561) 307-3687 1151 B Sand Drift Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411 jquittner@legalshieldassociate.com www.legalshield.com/hub/jquittner

IMAGING SERVICES ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC GROUP  (561) 775-6600 500 University Blvd., Suite 107 & 114 Jupiter, FL 33458 www.advanceddiagnosticgroup.com

INDEPENDENT ASSISTED LIVING MORSELIFE Janna Zaidspiner Director of Community Relations  (561) 578-9402 4847 Fred Gladstone Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 209-6168

www.staystudio6.com

jzaidspiner@morselife.org www.morselife.org

WEST PALM BEACH MARRIOTT Shelly Pappas, General Manager  (561) 833-1234 1001 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-1255

GREGG WEISS Gregg Weiss  (561) 906-3787 615 Kanuga Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

www.marriott.com/pbimc

greggweiss@hotmail.com

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS

INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES PACIFIC IMPORT AND EXPORT LLC Monika Lindner, Owner  (561) 713-4017 1599 30th Ave. Boynton Beach, FL 33426 monika.lindner@hightechinternational.net www.hightechinternational.net

INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE - ELEVATOR & MATERIAL HANDLING HOIST & CRANE SERVICE GROUP Nicole Suker, Account Manager  (904) 445-7753 11433 Saints Rd. Jacksonville, FL 32246 Fax: (904) 620-9994 sukern@hoistcrane.com www.hoistcrane.com

INDUSTRIAL PARK PALM BEACH PARK OF COMMERCE Jeanne Murphy Property Manager  (561) 625-8027 15132 Park of Commerce Blvd., Suite 101 Jupiter, FL 33478 Fax: (561) 625-8034 jeannemurphy@cbre.com

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANTS OPTIMUM ORIGENS Bjorn Campbell, President & CEO  (561) 419-4258 1147 Winding Rose Way West Palm Beach, FL 33415 info@optimumorigens.com https://optimumorigens.com

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS / SERVICES JDL TECHNOLOGIES Scott Vogel, Sales Manager  (954) 334-0650 5450 NW 33rd Ave., Suite 106 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 Fax: (954) 334-0649 info@jdltech.com www.jdltech.com

INSURANCE ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY Rick Platz, LUTCF  (561) 684-8801 8480 Okeechobee Blvd, Suite 6 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 684-1181 rickplatz@allstate.com www.allstateagencies.com/rickplatz

COLLINS INSURANCE Jim Collins, President  (561) 291-9112 1731 Presidential Way C104 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 jcollinsinsurance@gmail.com www.myshopoverview.info


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INSURANCE EXPRESS.COM Jacqui Welch, Sales Agent  (561) 345-7323 2005 Vista Pkwy., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 jwelch@insuranceexpress.com www.insuranceexpress.com

INSURANCE OFFICE OF AMERICA Ray Dorsey, Vice President  (561) 721-3751 1200 University Blvd., Suite 200 Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 776-0670 ray.dorsey@ioausa.com www.ioausa.com

MASSEY CLARK FISCHER INC. Eric Fischer, Exec. V.P.  (561) 478-1660 400 Executive Center Dr. Suite 205 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 478-6876 info@masseyclarkfischer.com www.masseyclarkfischer.com

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Lawrence Jean-Louis, Agent  (561) 309-6406 7111 Fairway Dr., Suite 202 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 ljeanlouis@nyl.com www.newyorklife.com/agent/ljeanlouis

INSURANCE - BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL ELITE FLORIDA INSURANCE, INC. Michael Horowitz, CIC, CRM, LUTCF, President  (561) 845-0909 4512 N. Flagler Dr, Suite 304 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 845-0709 msh@elitefloridainsurance.com www.elitefloridainsurance.com

INSURANCE - GROUP BENEFITS ARIES GROUP BENEFITS Justin Scheckner, President / CEO  (561) 692-4990 1615 S. Congress Ave., Suite 103 Delray Beach, FL 33445 jscheckner@ariescap.org https://www.ariesbenefits.com

INSURANCE - LIFE & INVESTMENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Edward Martyn, Agent  (917) 232-1993 7111 Fairway Dr. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 emartyn@ft.newyorklife.com www.newyorklife.com

INSURANCE - PROPERTY

INSURANCE - AUTO & LIFE

& CASUALTY

ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY Rick Platz, LUTCF  (561) 684-8801 8480 Okeechobee Blvd, Suite 6 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 684-1181

BRUCE GENDELMAN INSURANCE SERVICES Tammy Sanfratello, Private Client Solutions Manager  (561) 693-4793 Jupiter, FL 33458

rickplatz@allstate.com www.allstateagencies.com/rickplatz

DIRECT AUTO & LIFE INSURANCE Paul Wagner District Sales Manager  (561) 845-8335 72 Blue Heron Blvd. East Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 848-9908 paul.wagner@directgeneral.com www.directgeneral.com

INSURANCE AUTO-HOME-BUSINESS LANDMARK INSURANCE OF THE PALM BEACHES Sean Scott, Sales Executive  (561) 691-4900 8409 N. Military Trail, Suite 102 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 sean@landmarkpb.com www.landmarkpb.com

tsanfratello@gendelman.com www.gendelman.com

INSURANCE RISK MANAGEMENT CRYSTAL & COMPANY Susie Dwinell, Executive Director  (561) 273-2309 1 Clematis St., Suite 305 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 susie.dwinell@crystalco.com www.crystalco.com

REAL LIFE INSURANCE SOLUTIONS / MEMBER OF AGENTSNET Evelio Miranda, Agency Owner  (561) 449-2232 24626 State Road 54 Lutz, FL 33559 Fax: (813) 973-2928 emiranda@agentsnet.com www.agentsnet.com

INTERIOR DESIGNERS

TWIN PALMS INSURANCE GROUP David Smith, Vice President  (561) 425-9991 2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 206 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 425-9993

ANNMARIE RUTA INTERIORS, LLC Annmarie Ruta Interior Designer / Owner  (917) 294-4100 5280 N. Ocean Dr. Suite 16F Singer Island, FL 33404

david@twinpalmsins.com www.twinpalmsinsurance.com

decor614@icloud.com www.ElegantInteriorsByAnnmarie.com

GRACIE STREET INTERIOR DESIGN INC. Susan Elhilow, Vice President  (561) 832-1141 201 S. Narcissus Ave, Suite 1 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-0390 emailus@graciestreet.com www.graciestreet.com

INTERNET - MARKETING & ADVERTISING GUARANTEEDPROS Alex Sepkowski, President  (855) YES - GPROS 1147 Hillsboro Mile 801S Hillsboro Beach , FL 33062 asepkowski@me.com www.guaranteedpros.com

O’DONNELL AGENCY Carey O’Donnell President & Creative Director  (561) 832-3231 303 Banyan Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-1309 odonnell.agency

INTERNET DEVELOPMENT & WEB DESIGN JOE GAETA TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANT Joe Gaeta, Director of Operations  (561) 529-4045 4440 PGA Blvd., #600 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 joegaeta@directhireflorida.com www.directhireflorida.com

INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE BLUE OCEAN CAPITAL Mark Elhilow, Managing Principal  (561) 659-3301 101 N. Clematis St., Suite 220 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-3609 mark@blueoceancpa.com

CAPITAL STRATEGIES INVESTMENT GROUP, LLC Nancy Rizzuto, Principal  (561) 708-6118 110 Front St., Suite 300 Jupiter, FL 33477 nrizzuto@capstratig.com www.capstratig.com

INTECH Justin Wright, EVP Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel  (561) 775-1100 525 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 1800 CityPlace Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 775-1168 info@intechjanus.com www.intechjanus.com

NORTHERN TRUST GLOBAL INVESTMENTS Melinda Mecca  (561) 653-2500 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 1200 West West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 653-2580 www.ntrs.com

PADDOCK PARTNERSHIPS Paul Paddock 701 S. Olive Ave., Suite 118 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 INVESTMENTS DAVID LERNER ASSOCIATES, INC. Steven Kaplan, Vice President, Investments  (561) 226-4500 x4531 568 Yamato Rd., 3rd Floor Boca Raton, FL 33431 Fax: (561) 226-4598 slktennis@gmail.com

INVESTMENTS - PRIVATE EQUITY CAPITAL PARTNERS Brian Fitzgerald, Chairman  (561) 515-6052 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 800 West Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.capitalpartners.com

IT SERVICE PROVIDERS BRIGHT TECH IT SOLUTIONS, LLC Narine Harripersaud Managing Partner  (561) 542-9546 4510 Royal Palm Beach Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 nharripersaud@brighttechit.com www.brighttechit.com

CAPSTONE IT Michael Borlaug, Partner  (561) 257-1879 601 Heritage Dr., Suite 419 Jupiter, FL 33458 mborlaug@capstoneitinc.com www.capstoneitinc.com

CMIT SOLUTIONS OF SOUTH PALM BEACH Eva Hendricks, Vice President  (561) 968-0385 5057 Starblaze Dr. Greenacres, FL 33463 ehendricks@cmitsolutions.com www.cmitsolutions.com/spalmbeach

SLPOWERS Rory Sanchez, CEO  (561) 835-8351 1401 Forum Way Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-0065 rsanchez@slpowers.com www.slpowers.com

IT SOLUTIONS DEDICATED IT Ryan York, Sales & Strategy  (561) 491-5750 8895 N. Military Trail, Building C, 3rd Floor Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 ryork@dedicatedit.com www.dedicatedit.com

JANITORIAL & MAINTENANCE SERVICES ENVIRO-MASTER OF PALM BEACH Jon Hensley, Owner / Franchisee  (561) 562-9229 2200 N. Florida Mango Rd., #6 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 562-9229 jhensley@enviromasterpb.com www.enviromasterpb.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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BUYER’S GUIDE 2018

STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTIONS Jill Dawson, Vice President  (561) 469-8795 9100 Belvedere Rd., Suite 106 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 jdawson@stratusclean.com www.stratusbuildingsolutions.com/mast er_office/palm-beach-county

TAMCARE SERVICES, INC. Wm. Howard Davis, CEO  (561) 478-7890 2328 10th Ave. North, Suite 502 Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 478-3161 CustomerService@TamCare.com www.tamcare.com

JEWELERS PROVIDENT JEWELRY Robert Samuels, President  (561) 833-7755 331 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.providentjewelry.com

JEWELRY DESIGNERS WANDERER BRACELETS Benjamin Katzaman Founder & CEO  (877) 604-8186 511 Northwood Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 info@wandererbracelets.com www.wandererbracelets.com

KITCHEN & BATH REMODELS

LAND HOLDINGS AVENIR HOLDINGS, LLC Danny Lopez, Vice President  (305) 461-2440 550 Biltmore Way, Suite 1110 Coral Gables, FL 33134 avenirholdingsllc@gmail.com

LAND PLANNER & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS CHEN MOORE AND ASSOCIATES Suzanne Dombrowski Office Manager  (561) 746-6900 500 Australian Ave. S., Suite 530 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 746-8333 sdombrowski@chenmoore.com www.chenmoore.com

GENTILE GLAS HOLLOWAY O’MAHONEY & ASSOCIATES, INC. (2GHO) Emily O’Mahoney, Partner  (561) 575-9557 1907 Commerce Lane, Suite 101 Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 575-5260 emily@2gho.com www.2GHO.com

IPLAN & DESIGN Brian Cheguis, Principal Planner  (561) 797-4217 5090 PGA Blvd., Suite 200 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 brian@iplananddesign.com www.iplananddesign.com

LEEDS CUSTOM DESIGN, LLC George Ford, Owner  (561) 659-3134 435 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 659-3772

SCHMIDT NICHOLS Jon Schmidt, Principal  (561) 684-6141 1551 N. Flagler Dr., Suite 102 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 684-6142

staceyh@leedscustomdesign.com www.leedscustomdesign.com

jschmidt@snlandplan.com www.snlandplan.com

LABOR ORGANIZATIONS INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS LOCAL 728 Justin McIntosh, President  (561) 966-2224 4620 Summit Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33415 Fax: (561) 833-6377 www.ibew728.org

LABORATORIES - MEDICAL ARCPOINT LABS OF WEST PALM BEACH Christian Mayer, Owner  (561) 420-0010 5601 Corporate Way, Suite 108 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 223-3036 westpalmbeach@arcpointlabs.com www.arcpointlabs.com/westpalmbeach

LAKE MANAGEMENT PRODUCTS GEOGLOBAL PARTNERS, LLC Douglas Ward, President  (561) 598-6008 1727 Old Okeechobee Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 598-6108 www.oase-livingwater.com

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URBAN DESIGN KILDAY STUDIOS Ken Tuma, Managing Principal  (561) 366-1100 610 Clematis St., Suite CU02 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-1111 ktuma@udkstudios.com www.udkstudios.com

LANDSCAPE LIGHTING TROPICAL LANDSCAPE LIGHTING Jeffrey Hull, President  (561) 806-8026 7991 Ambleside Way Lake Worth, FL 33467 jeff@troplightpro.com www.troplightpro.com

LANDSCAPING BRIGHTVIEW Elaine Morlock, Business Development  (561) 398-2417 800 13th St. Lake Park, FL 33413 elaine.morlock@brightview.com www.brightview.com

FRITZ LANDSCAPE SERVICES INC. Michael Fritz, Owner  (561) 723-5663 333 Southern Blvd., Suite 303 West Palm Beach, FL 33405 mchfri@aol.com

GREEN TOE TURF, LLC Brian Brewer, President / Owner  (561) 281-3863 1145 Rialto Dr. Boynton Beach, FL 33436 hello@greentoeturf.com www.greentoeturf.com

SCOTT LEWIS’ GARDENING & TRIMMING Gail Fulcher, Office Manager  (561) 670-3000 514 14th Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 mary@scottlewisgardening.com www.scottlewisgardening.com

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE COACHING FASHANO LEADERSHIP GROUP, LLC Robert Fashano, Founder  (561) 445-1081 14225 US Hwy.1, Suite 228 Juno Beach, FL 33408 bob@fashano.com www.fashano.com

INTENTIONAL INFLUENCE Chet Tart, COO  (561) 818-0177 840 US Highway 1, Suite 350 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 williameickhoff@gmail.com www/intentionalinfluence.com

LEGAL SERVICES & PLANS LEGALSHIELD / ID SHIELD Joan Quittner, Independent Associate / Director  (561) 307-3687 1151 B Sand Drift Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411 jquittner@legalshieldassociate.com www.legalshield.com/hub/jquittner

LIGHTING - LED LED CORPORATIONS Jana Estanislau VP of Administration  (561) 429-3150 3300 PGA Blvd., Suite 550 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (866) 616-2767 www.ledcorporations.com

LIGHTING FIXTURES HEATH & COMPANY LIGHTING Denise Scruggs, Vice President  (561) 833-0880 3707 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach , FL 33405 info@heathlighting.com www.heathlighting.com

LIMOUSINE SERVICE

LINENS & HOME ACCESSORIES PIONEER LINENS Penny Murphy  (561) 655-8553 210 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-8889 custerservice@pioneerlinens.com www.pioneerlinens.com

LIQUOR STORES HIGH SPIRITS LIQUOR AND LOUNGE Patricia Saternis, President  (561) 683-3050 5335 N. Military Trail, Suite 36 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 478-1456 highspirisliq@bellsouth.net

LOBBYISTS BARLOW CONSULTING Thomas Barlow, President  (561) 706-5878 P.O. Box 1498 Wesst Palm Beach, FL 33401 tom@consultbarlow.com www.barlowconsultinginc.com

MAILING SERVICES BAMA PRINTING & DIRECT MAIL John Vanginhoven, President  (561) 257-0077 2257 Vista Parkway, Suite 7 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 contact@printbama.com www.printbama.com

BANYAN PRINTING & DIRECT MAIL Tina Dean Printing & Mailing Consultant  (561) 586-6220 1937 10th Ave. North Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 586-6422 tina@banyanprinting.com www.banyanprinting.com

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS LIGHTHOUSE CONSULTING LLC Henry Colon, Principal  (561) 436-7292 6429 Shadow Creek Village Circle Lake Worth, FL 33463 Fax: (561) 967-6592 lighthousecgroup@gmail.com www.lighthouseconsultingfirm.com

PARADIGM SHIFT AT WORK Carla Bryant, President  (703) 203-4094 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 800 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 686-1838 info@paradigmshiftatwork.com www.paradigmshiftatwork.com

MARINAS

MEGA LIMOZ, LLC Yanira Colamarco General Manager  (561) 840-6342 4910 Dyer Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33407

PALM HARBOR MARINA John Smundin, Marina Manager  (561) 655-4757 400 N. Flagler Dr., Suite A West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-0245

yanira@megalimoz.com www.megalimoz.com

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PALM BEACH YACHT CLUB & MARINA Harris Levitt, General Manager  (561) 655-8711 800 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 palmbeachyachtclub@pbyc.com www.pbyc.com

RYBOVICH Anthony LaCavalla  (561) 840-8169 4200 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 844-8393 info@rybovich.com www.rybovich.com

MARINE SERVICES TRADEMARK MARINE INC. Tim Kaufman, Owner  (561) 262-3677 4900 Dyer Blvd., Bays 2 & 3 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 trademarkmarineinc@gmail.com www.trademarkmarine.com

MARKETING CONSULTANTS ELEV8 CONSULTING GROUP Angela Delmedico Founder & CEO  (386) 243-5388 6231 PGA Blvd. #104500 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 info@elev8cg.com www.elev8cg.com

GROWTH SQUAD Jeremy Harris, CEO  (772) 678-0921 4212 S.E. Cove Lake Circle #205 Stuart, FL 34997 jeremy@growthsquad.com www.growthsquad.com

NEWTACK STRATEGIES Shari Meltzer, President  (561) 801-3789 6671 W. Indiantown Rd. #50-389 Jupiter, FL 33458 sharim@newtackstrategies.com www.newtackstrategies.com

PERSIST COMMUNICATIONS Gary Rothkopf Vice President of Operations  866 4-Persist 1815 Cordova Rd., Suite 210 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 jvalencia@forpersist.com www.forpersist.com

SHARPSHOOTER MARKETING GROUP, LLC Monica Kallas  (561) 762-1713 10635 Ivanhoe Lane Wellington, FL 33414 sharpshootermarketinggroup@gmail.com www.sharpshootermarketinggroup.com

STARGROUP INTERNATIONAL INC. Brenda Star, President / CEO  (561) 547-0667 1194 Old Dixie Hwy., Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL 33403 brenda@stargroupinternational.com www.stargroupinternational.com

MARKETS - FOOD & ARTISANS GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET Page Disunno, Director 1401 Clare Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 hello@grandviewpublic.com www.grandviewpublic.com

MEDIA - PODCASTS CITY VOICE PODCAST Bill Newgent, Host & Producer  (561) 727-4010 1707 Florida Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 bill@wpbcityvoice.com www.wpbcityvoice.com

MEDIA CONSULTANTS STARGROUP INTERNATIONAL INC. Brenda Star, President / CEO  (561) 547-0667 1194 Old Dixie Hwy., Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL 33403 brenda@stargroupinternational.com www.stargroupinternational.com

MEDIATION TRIDIALOGUE MEDIATION Shay Manibog Managing Partner  (561) 469-1413 1880 N. Congress Ave., Suite 201 Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Fax: (561) 424-9996 shaymanibog@tridialogue.com shaymanibog3.wixsite.com/tridialogue

MEDICAL OFFICE REVITALIV Dr. Adriana Rosselli, CEO  (561) 717-9532 550 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 2B CityPlace South Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@revitalivfl.com www.revitalivfl.com

MEMORY CARE MORSELIFE Janna Zaidspiner Director of Community Relations  (561) 578-9402 4847 Fred Gladstone Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 209-6168 jzaidspiner@morselife.org www.morselife.org

MEN’S CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS BOB GOLDFARB CUSTOM CLOTHING Bob Goldfarb Personal Styling Concierge  (305) 491-0083 The Palm Beaches & The Treasure Coast Bob@BGCustomClothing.com www.BGCustomClothing.com

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES CENTER FOR CHILD COUNSELING, INC. Ms. Renee Layman, Chief Executive Officer  (561) 244-9499 8895 N. Military Trail, Suite 300C Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 345-3800 info@centerforchildcounseling.org www.centerforchildcounseling.org

JEROME GOLDEN CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Linda De Piano Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer  (561) 383-8000 1041 45th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 514-1995 ldepiano@goldenctr.org www.GoldenCtr.org

MERCHANT SERVICES CARD SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL Donna Broder, Vice President  (561) 721-1900 390 Business Park Way, Suite 2 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 721-1903 info@cardsolutions.us www.cardsolutions.us

PRACTICAL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS Dan Bond National Account Executive  (877) 456-7722 Ext. 8014 420 S. State Rd. 7, Suite 108 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33414 dan.bond@rupractical.com www.rupractical.com

SCHOOLEY MITCHELL OF WPB Angel Milanes, Strategic Partner  (561) 422-4995 4300 S. Jog Rd., Suite 404 Lake Worth, FL 33454 Fax: (844) 202-1242 www.schooleymitchell.com

MORTGAGES AMERICAN SECURITY MORTGAGE Ryan Heinemann Branch Manager  (561) 855-4944 224 Datura St., Suite 415-418 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 rheinemann@1asmc.com www.americansecuritymortgage.com

GREYSON CAPITAL, LLC Zoraida Cardenas Mortgage Laon Originator  (561) 203-5190 120 S. Olive Ave., Suite 701 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 203-5191 info@greysoncapitalllc.com www.greysoncapitalllc.com

GUARDHILL FINANCIAL CORP Eve Robin Jarrett, Vice President  (631) 697-3366 140 E. 45th St., 31st Floor New York, NY 10017 Fax: (646) 355-1986 ejarrett@guardhill.com www.guardhill.com

RESIDENTIAL HOME FUNDING CORP. Cathy McKney Mortgage Loan Officer  (203) 599-5748 1 Polo Circle Boca Raton, FL 33431 cmckney@rhfunding.com www.rhfunding.com/cathymckney

MORTGAGES & BUSINESS FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS YOUR MORTGAGE TODAY / HOME LOAN EXPERTS John Picone Regional Director of Florida  (561) 318-5987 9305 Firenze Dr. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 blink.mortgage/app/signup/p/homeloa nexpertsllc/johnpicone

MOVERS & MOVING SUPPLIES BOHREN’S MOVING & STORAGE Steven Hagadorn General Manager  (561) 686-1200 2951 Electronics Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 686-1743 wpb@bohrensmoving.com www.bohrensmoving.com

MOVERS & MOVING SUPPLIES GATOR RELOCATORS MOVING AND STORAGE LLC Mr. James Nazzaro, Owner  (561) 847-0114 3102 Breakwater Ct. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 gatormove@gmail.com www.gatorrelocators.com

SUDDATH RELOCATION SYSTEMS Bruce Smith National Account Manager  (800) 999-5466 1900 SW 43rd Terrace Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 www.suddathrelocation.com

MOVING & STORAGE GOOD GREEK MOVING AND STORAGE John Osorio, Manager  (561) 683-1313 1333 N. Jog Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33413 john@greekmoving.com www.greekmoving.com

JENSEN MOVING & STORAGE Peter Ammann, President  (772) 334-5787 1265 NE Savannah Rd., Unit 104 Jensen Beach, FL 34957 info@jensenmoving.com www.jensenmoving.com

MUSEUMS

LAND HOME FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. Andrew Kovalenko Senior Loan Officer  (561) 348-5159 725 N. Highway A1A, Suite C118 Jupiter, FL 33477

FLAGLER MUSEUM Erin Manning, Executive Director  (561) 655-2833 One Whitehall Way Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 655-2826

andrew.kovalenko@lhfs.com www.myjupiterlender.com

mail@flaglermuseum.us www.flaglermuseum.us G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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JUPITER INLET LIGHTHOUSE & MUSEUM Kathleen Glover Assistant Director  (561) 747-8380 500 Captain Armour’s Way Jupiter, FL 33469 info@jupiterlighthouse.org www.jupiterlighthouse.org

MUSEUM 66 Maggi Rosenberg  (561) 708-1870 2051 High Ridge Rd. Boynton Beach, FL 33426 info@museum66.com www.museum66.com

NORTON MUSEUM OF ART Hilary Greene Communications Officer  (561) 832-5196 1451 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-4689 info@norton.org www.norton.org

RICHARD AND PAT JOHNSON PALM BEACH COUNTY HISTORY MUSEUM Jeremy Johnson, President & CEO  (561) 832-4164 300 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@hspbc.org www.hspbc.org

THE SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS Dr. David Breneman, President  (561) 655-7227 2 Four Arts Plaza Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 655-7233 contactus@fourarts.org www.fourarts.org

NEWSPAPERS THE PALM BEACH POST Andy Blizzard, VP of Revenue  (561) 820-4929 2751 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 837-8436 www.palmbeachpost.com

NIGHTCLUBS & BARS EMPERORS GENTLEMEN’S CLUB Don Ahrens  (561) 800-1547 8340 Resource Rd Riviera Beach, FL 33404 ewpbdon2yahoo.com www.emperorspb.com

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION ACHILLES INTERNATIONAL, FREEDOM TEAM Mary Bryant McCourt Vice President  (561) 659-0873 257 Sanford Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480

AMERICAN HUMANE Dr. Robin Ganzer President & CEO  (561) 537-5887 241 Bradley Place, Suite C Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 832-5722 marih@americanhumane.org www.americanhumane.org

info@palmbeachculture.com www.palmbeachculture.com

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION Marsha Jaquays, Area Director  (561) 659-7644 2701 N. Australian Ave., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 835-8967

DEBTHELPER.COM Nathan Danus Director of Housing & Community Development  (561) 584-4664 1325 N. Congress Ave., Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

marsha.jaquays@lungse.org www.lungfla.org

AMERICAN RED CROSS GREATER PALM BEACH AREA & MARTIN COUNTY CHAPTER Robin Nunley, Executive Director  (561) 833-7711 1250 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 833-8771 www.redcross.org

AREA AGENCY ON AGING / YOUR AGING & DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER Jaime Estremera-Fitzgerald Chief Executive Officer  (561) 684-5885 4400 N. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 214-8678 jestremera@YourADRC.org www.YourADRC.org

BE LIKE BRIT FOUNDATION Chloe Rits Florida Director of Outreach  (561) 523-0160 288 SE 2nd Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33444 chloe@belikebrit.org www.belikebrit.org

BLUE PLANET WRITERS’ ROOM Susan Hyatt  (561) 425-5534 6415 Lake Worth Rd., Suite 303 Greenacres, FL 33463 info@blueplanetwriters.org www.blueplanetwriters.org

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. Jaene Miranda, President & CEO  (561) 683-3287 800 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 204 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 683-1618 www.bgcpbc.org

BOYS TOWN SOUTH FLORIDA Amy Simpson, Executive Director  (561) 612-6000 1655 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Suite 300 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

mbryant@achillesinternational.org www.achillesinternational.org

amy.simpson@boystown.org www.boystown.org/south-florida

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Maggie Proctor Senior Coordinator  (561) 650-0146 621 Clearwater Park Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-2316

COMPASS COMMUNITY CENTER Julia Murphy Chief Development Officer  (561) 533-9699 201 N. Dixie Hwy. Lake Worth, FL 33460 Fax: (561) 586-0635

maggie.proctor@cancer.org www.cancer.org

compass@compassglcc.com www.compassglcc.com

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CULTURAL COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Rena Blades, CEO & President  (561) 471-2901 601 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460 Fax: (561) 687-9484

nathan@debthelper.com www.debthelper.com

DUPUYTREN RESEARCH GROUP Charles Eaton, Executive Director  (561) 429-8279 1850 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 828-0494 info@dupuytrens.org www.dupuytrens.org

EASTER SEALS FLORIDA Meghan Babson Director of Development  (561) 471-1688 213 S. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 471-1966 mbabson@fl.easterseals.com www.easterseals.com/florida

EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF FLORIDA Bonni Gamble Director of Advancement  (561) 478-6515 3222 Commerce Place, Suite B West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 687-9318 bgamble@efof.org www.efof.org

FAMILIES FIRST OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Julie Swindler, CEO  (561) 721-2887 3333 Forest Hill Blvd., 2nd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 881-3827 jswindler@familiesfirstpbc.org www.familiesfirstpbc.org

FIRST SERVE Sonny Maken, CEO  (561) 767-0220 2247 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 203 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 sonny@firstserveusa.org www.firstserveusa.org

FORGOTTEN SOLDIERS OUTREACH, INC. Lynelle Zelnar, Executive Director  (561) 369-2933 3550 23rd Ave.S., Suite 7 Lake Worth, FL 33461 lynelle@forgottensoldiers.org www.forgottensoldiers.org

GIFT OF LIFE MARROW REGISTRY Sharon Kitroser, Corporate & Donor Relations Officer  (561) 982-2900 800 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 skitroser@giftoflife.org www.giftoflife.org

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Bernard Godek Chief Executive Officer  (561) 253-2080 6758 N. Military Trail, Suite 301 Riviera Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 253-7888 www.habitatpbc.org

HEALTHY MOTHERS HEALTHY BABIES COALITION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. Michelle Gonzalez Chief Executive Officer  (561) 665-4515 901 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 403 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 804-9987 mgonzalez@hmhbpbc.org www.hmhbpbc.org

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Jeremy Johnson, President & CEO  (561) 832-4164 PO Box 4364 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 Fax: (561) 832-7965 info@historicalsocietypbc.org www.hspbc.org

HOMELESS COALITION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Marilyn Muñoz Executive Director  (561) 355-4764 810 Datura St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.homelesscoalitionpbc.org

JEWISH FEDERATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY David Fox Chief Development Officer  (561) 242-6640 1 Harvard Circle, Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 info@jewishpalmbeach.org www.jewishpalmbeach.org

JUPITER INLET LIGHTHOUSE & MUSEUM Kathleen Glover Assistant Director  (561) 747-8380 500 Captain Armour’s Way Jupiter, FL 33469 info@jupiterlighthouse.org www.jupiterlighthouse.org

LEADERSHIP PALM BEACH COUNTY Noel Martinez, Executive Director  (561) 833-4321 2751 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 1A West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 833-4320 info@leadershippbc.org www.leadershippbc.org

THE LORD’S PLACE INC. Dennis Freeman, Director of Corporate Relations  (561) 537-4668 2808 N. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 494-2922 tregan@thelordsplace.org www.thelordsplace.org


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MEALS ON WHEELS OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC. Pamela Calzadilla President & CEO  (561) 802-6979 1300 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 pcalzadilla@mowpb.org www.mowpb.org

MOUNTS BOTANICAL GARDEN OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Charlotte Laurent-Ottomane Director of Development  (561) 233-1757 559 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415 cottomane@pbcgov.org www.mounts.org

NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS (NAMI) PALM BEACH COUNTY Katherine Murphy Director of Programs  (561) 588-3477 5205 Greenwood Ave., Suite 110 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 katherinemurphy@namipbc.org www.namipbc.org

ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE, INC. Latoya Williams, Director Community Relations  (305) 341-4728 14360 NW 77th Ct. Miami Lakes, FL 33016 Fax: (305) 341-4775 lwilliams@orangebowl.org www.orangebowl.org

PALM BEACH COUNTY FOOD BANK Karen Errin, Executive Director  (561) 670-2518 525 Gator Dr. Lantana, FL 33462 Fax: (561) 670-2586 info@pbcfoodbank.org www.pbcfoodbank.org

PALM BEACH TECH ASSOCIATION Joseph Russo, Executive Director  (561) 512-7306 313 Datura St., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 joe@palmbeachtech.org www.palmbeachtech.org

QUANTUM HOUSE Robi Jurney, CEO  (561) 494-0515 987 45th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 494-0522 info@quantumhouse.org www.quantumhouse.org

SHIRLEY ENRICO FOUNDATION Rebecca Enrico Executive Director  (800) 285-1644 1601 Belvedere Rd. #106 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 beccacyn@gmail.com www.sefoncologysupport.org

UNITED WAY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Laurie George, President & CEO  (561) 375-6600 477 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 230 The Offices at CityPlace North West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 375-6666 www.unitedwaypbc.org

URBAN LEAGUE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Kate Watt Chief Development Officer  (561) 833-1461 1700 N. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 833-6050 kwatt@ulpbc.org www.ulpbc.org

WEST PALM BEACH LIBRARY FOUNDATION Rebecca Weiss Executive Director  (561) 868-7793 411 Clematis St., 3rd Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 868-7706 weissr@mycitylibrary.org www.wpblf.org

YMCA OF THE PALM BEACHES Timothy G. Coffield, President & CEO 2085 S. Congress Ave.  West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (561) 968-9622 Info @ymcapalmbeaches.org www.ymcapalmbeaches.org

NOT-FOR-PROFIT AWESOME GREYHOUND ADOPTIONS, INC. & HOUNDS AND HEROES Barbara Masi, President / Founder  (561) 737-1941 226 SE First Ave. Boynton Beach, FL 33435 Fax: (561) 737-2349 barbaramasi@comcast.net AwesomeGreyhoundAdoptions.org

LIFE’S CHANGES PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC. Beth Benvenuti Executive Director  (561) 683-1000 2250 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 102 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 lifeschangesfl@gmail.com www.lifeschangespbc.org

TREE OF LIFE CENTER Amanda Schumacher, Founder  (561) 655-2204 2017 Broward Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 655-2238 treeoflifecenter1@yahoo.com www.treeoflifecenterinc.org

NURSE REGISTRY

NURSES BOCA NURSING SERVICES, INC. Rose Glamoclija President & Administrator  (561) 833-3430 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste 322-B Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 833-3460 rose@bocanursing.com www.bocanursing.com

CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT, LLC Pamela Salomone RN Care Manager  (561) 767-0143 920 Greenbriar Dr. Boynton Beach, FL 33435 Fax: (561) 369-7637 pamela@RNcaremanage.com www.RNcaremanage.com

NURSES - SKILLED ANN HEART NURSING CARE Jessica Albert Alternate Administrator  (561) 207-2030 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 1200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 828-5896 info@annheartnursing.com www.annheartnursing.com

NURSING HOMES DARCY HALL OF LIFE CARE Keslerme Thelemaque Executive Director  (561) 683-3333 2170 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 683-1752 www.lcca.com

LAKESIDE HEALTH CENTER - LIFE CARE CENTERS OF AMERICA Grant Garrison Executive Director  (561) 655-7780 2501 N. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 655-9894 grant_garrison@lcca.com www.lcca.com

MORSELIFE Janna Zaidspiner Director of Community Relations  (561) 578-9402 4847 Fred Gladstone Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 209-6168 jzaidspiner@morselife.org www.morselife.org

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS GOOD HANDS THERAPY Ruth-Allyson Webster, President  (561) 406-0230

info@goodhandstherapy.com www.goodhandstherapy.com

OFFICE BUILDINGS - LEASING

ONE CLEARLAKE CENTRE, LLC C/O CBRE, INC. Michelle Horn, General Manager  (561) 833-7680 250 S. Australian Ave., Suite 105 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-7734 michelle.horn@cbre.com www.oneclearlakecentre.com

OFFICE FURNITURE HALSEY & GRIFFITH James Siemon  (561) 820-8000 1983 10th Ave. N. Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 820-8026 officesupplies@halsey-griffith.com www.halseygriffith.com

OFFICE SUPPLIES / OFFICE FURNITURE HALSEY & GRIFFITH James Siemon  (561) 820-8000 1983 10th Ave. N. Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 820-8026 officesupplies@halsey-griffith.com www.halseygriffith.com

NATIONAL CHAMBER PROGRAM OFFICE DEPOT Matt Landry, Affiliate Specialist  (313) 596-0414 One Woodward Ave. 19th Floor Detroit, MI 48232 mlandry@nationalcommercegroup.com

STAPLES - LAKE PARK Mark O’Malley General Manager  (561) 882-0928 1260 Northlake Blvd. Lake Park, FL 33403 mar.omalley@staples.com www.staples.com

TYLANDER’S OFFICE SOLUTIONS Ford Schick, Owner  (561) 833-7997 535 24th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 833-8010 www.tylander.com

YOUR SUPPLIES NOW John Cheatham, President  (561) 614-0929 3900 Woodlake Blvd., Suite 203 Greenacres, FL 33463 john@yoursuppliesnow.com www.yoursuppliesnow.com

OPERA PALM BEACH OPERA INC. David Walker, Managing Director  (561) 833-7888 1800 S. Australian Ave., Suite 301 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 833-8294 info@pbopera.org www.pbopera.org

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA, INC. Jordan Berns Digital Marketing Assistant  (561) 689-5462 1818 S. Australian Ave., Suite 404 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 689-5465

500 CLEARLAKE EXECUTIVE SUITES Marcie Tinsley, Vice President  (561) 651-4140 500 S. Australian Ave., Suite 600 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 651-4141

ICONIC EYE CARE Dr. Adam Ramsey, Optometrist  (561) 336-0733 4871 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

jordan.berns@vnaflorida.org www.vnaflorida.org

marcie@clearlakebusinesscenter.com www.clearlakebusinesscenter.com

eyedoc@iconiceyecare.com www.iconiceyecare.com

OPTOMETRISTS

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MARCIANO FAMILY OPTOMETRIC, A MEMBER OF VISION SOURCE Dr. Mark Marciano, Optometrist  (561) 242-1200 1788 N. Jog Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 242-1291 drmarciano@gmail.com www.drmarciano.com

ORTHOPEDICS COORDINATED HEALTH Danielle Garcia, Patient Experience Coordinator  (707) 816-1718 1411 N. Flagler Dr., Suite 7000 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 dgarcia@coordinatedhealth.com www.coordinatedhealth.com/westpalm

PAIN MANAGEMENT PALM BEACH SPINE & DIAGNOSTIC INSTITUTE Cathy Zalusky Practice Administrator  (561) 649-8770 5800 Corporate Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 649-0570 help@helpain.com www.helpain.com

PAINT SALES BOULEVARD PAINTS / BENJAMIN MOORE Linda Roberto, Owner  (561) 863-6666 1400 Old Dixie Hwy Lake Park, FL 33403 info@blvdpaints.com www.boulevardpaint.com

BOULEVARD PAINTS / BENJAMIN MOORE Linda Roberto, Owner  (561) 904-6390 7100 Fairway Dr,. Suite 37 L.A. Fitness Plaza Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 info@blvdpaints.com www.boulevardpaint.com

PAINTING - CONTRACTORS IRA WALDEN & SONS, INC. Chad Quist, President  (561) 585-9211 6212 Georgia Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 582-5685 cquist@irawalden.com www.IraWalden.com

PAINTERS PLUS Wm. Howard Davis, President  (855) 693-7587 2328 10th Ave. N., Suite 502 Lake Worth, FL 33461 info@paintersplus.us www.paintersplus.us

PARKING GARAGE MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS ONE PARKING, INC. Kirsten Dolan, COO  (561) 833-7222 477 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 202 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-7267 kirsten@oneparking.com www.oneparking.com

PROPER PARKING Gali Edwards, General Manager  (855) 776-7371 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 properwpb@propercompanies.com www.propercompanies.com

PARTY EQUIPMENT RENTALS TENTLOGIX.COM Nate Albers, Partner  (772) 781-4804 1121 DiGiorgio Rd. Fort Pierce, FL 34982 Fax: (772) 781-4852 inquiries@tentlogix.com www.TentLogix.com

PAWNBROKERS QUEEN OF PAWNS Matthew DeStefano Director of Marketing  (561) 434-4149 1180 S. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415 marketing@queenofpawns.net www.queenofpawns.com

PAYROLL PREPARATION SERVICE

“Say Hello To Tomasello And Say Goodbye To Bugs!”

Lawn & Ornamental Spraying Inside Pest Control Termite Control Fumigation WPB (561) 585-2551

ADP Tahany Nappi, District Manager Major Accounts  (561) 727-7737 701 Northpoint Pkwy., Suite 340 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 615-7404

MARTIN COUNTY (772) 283-5242 tomasellopestcontrol.com

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eddingerofficemanager2121@yahoo.com www.eddingerpestcontrol.com

EXCEL TERMITE & PEST CONTROL Gretchen Erle Marketing Manager  (754) 222-1285 942 S. Deerfield Ave. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 contact@excelpestservices.com www.excelpestfl.com

HORIZONS PEST CONTROL Mr. Joel Barrett Owner / Operator  (954) 804-8483 1880 Primrose Lane Wellington, FL 33414 jbbarrett33414@yahoo.com www.horizonspestcontrol.net

HULETT ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Steve Ryland Corporate Sales Manager  (561) 686-7171 7670 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 682-3737 steve@bugs.com www.bugs.com

TOMASELLO, INC. Charles Doll, President  (561) 585-2551 5311 Georgia Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 585-3828

www.adp.com

tomasellopest@comcast.net www.tomasellopestcontrol.com

PRIMEPAY Anne Erdman Senior Sales Executive  (561) 254-2107 777 S. Flagler Dr. West Tower, Suite 800 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 612-2772

P & M COMPOUNDING PHARMACY Shailesh Shah, Manager  (561) 660-8650 7753 Lake Worth Rd. Lake Worth, FL 33467

aerdman@primepay.com www.primepay.com

PHARMACIES

support@pandmpharmacy.com www.pandmpharmacy.com

PERFORMING ARTS -

PHOTOGRAPHERS

INSTRUCTION

CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY, INC. Carrie Bradburn, Owner  (561) 833-7507 234 S. County Rd. Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 833-0078

ABBY’S PERFORMING ARTS COACHING Abby Pantalone, Owner  (561) 307-5100 1200 Town Center Dr., Suite 115 Jupiter, FL 33458 abbysperformingarts@gmail.com www.abbysperformingarts.com

PERSONAL TRAINERS-FITNESS

BOCA RATON (561) 272-3900

PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES EDDINGER’S PEST CONTROL W. Fred Eddinger, C.E.O.  (561) 650-0067 2121 N. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 650-0069

CASAUNDRA HOPE LLC Casaundra Hope, Exotic Dance Instructor  (954) 639-2218 3500 45th St., Suite B16 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 casaundrafitness@gmail.com www.casaundrahope.com

info@capehartphotography.com www.capehartphotography.com

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS ATHLETE’S TUNE UP & REPAIR Dr. Lisa Boudreaux Doctor of Physical Therapy  (561) 232-4863 1520 Latham Rd., Suite 3 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 drlisa@athletestuneup.com www.athletestuneup.com


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KAT PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION  (561) 689-5528 2901 N. Military Trail, Suite C West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 689-7528 kattherapy1@gmail.com www.katphysicaltherapy.com

PHYSICIANS - OPTOMETRISTS MICHAEL S. NASON O.D. P.A. Dr. Michael Nason  (561) 471-0888 1937 N. Military Trail, Suite A West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 686-1375 msnodpa@gmail.com www.palmbeacheyesight.com

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS DERMATOLOGY DERMATOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF THE PALM BEACHES, PLLC Dr. Howard Green, M.D., F.A.C.P.  (561) 659-1510 120A Butler St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 659-0495 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS-MD PRIMARY CARE CLEVELAND CLINIC FLORIDA Angelia Palahunik, Administrator  (561) 804-0200 525 Okeechobee Blvd., 14th Floor CityPlace Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 804-0222 www.clevelandclinicflorida.org

PLUMBING FIXTURES, PARTS & SUPPLIES BLACKMAN DECORATIVE PLUMBING Krystyna Marini Showroom Manager  (561) 650-7425 820 S. Dixie Hwy West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-7430 info@blackman.com www.blackman.com

POND & FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES GEOGLOBAL PARTNERS, LLC Douglas Ward, President  (561) 598-6008 1727 Old Okeechobee Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 598-6108 www.oase-livingwater.com

PRECIOUS METALS BROKER / DEALER ENDEAVOR METALS GROUP Nicholas Ganesh, President  (561) 671-4620 324 Datura St., Suite 207 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 671-4638 info@edrmetals.com www.edrmetalsgroup.com

PRINTERS BAMA PRINTING & DIRECT MAIL John Vanginhoven, President  (561) 257-0077 2257 Vista Parkway, Suite 7 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 contact@printbama.com www.printbama.com

BANYAN PRINTING & DIRECT MAIL Tina Dean Printing & Mailing Consultant  (561) 586-6220 1937 10th Ave. North Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 586-6422 tina@banyanprinting.com www.banyanprinting.com

BUDGET PRINTING CENTER, LLC Jay Goldfarb, President  (561) 848-5700 4152 W. Blue Heron Blvd., Suite 109 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 848-5774 jayg@printwithbudget.com www.printwithbudget.com

DATAPRINT OF PALM BEACH, INC. Rob Fredricks, President  (561) 630-7099 10180 Rivierside Dr., Suite 6 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 anita@dataprintpb.com www.dataprintpb.com

NATIONAL PRINT & DESIGN David Ebenstein, President  (561) 877-0995 400 Northpoint Pkwy., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 info@nationalprintdesign.com www.nationalprintdesign.com

SIR SPEEDY PRINTING (DOWNTOWN) Yuda Raz, President  (561) 833-9661 430 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-9695 info@sirspeedypb.com www.sirspeedypb.com

PRINTERS - COMMERCIAL SOUTHEASTERN PRINTING Chuck Gerardi, Director of Sales & Marketing  (772) 600-2527 3601 S.E. Dixie Highway Stuart, FL 34997 chuckg@seprint.com www.seprint.com

PRINTERS - COPYING PREFERRED PRINTING & GRAPHICS Tim Gonyer, Owner  (561) 478-2602 2605 Old Okeechobee Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 478-5318 tim@preferredprinting.net www.preferredprinting.net

THE UPS STORE #1226 / HOME OFFICE BUSINESS GROUP Derek Moses, Owner  (561) 835-9791 3300 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 1 West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 835-3906 store1226@theupsstore.com www.theupsstorelocal.com/1226

PRINTING & SIGNAGE AAA FLAG & BANNER Erica Geisland Account Executive  (305) 474-7600 x7013 681 NW 108th St. Miami, FL 33168 Fax: (305) 474-7766 egeisland@aaaflag.com www.aaaflag.com

PRIVATE INVESTIGATIVE AGENCIES RICHARD ROOT INVESTIGATIONS Richard Root, President / Owner  (954) 306-9040 3897 N. Haverhill Rd., Suite 127 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 rick@rickrootpi.com www.rickrootpi.com

PROBATE & GUARDIANSHIP DOANE & DOANE, P.A. Rebecca G. Doane / Randall C. Doane, Partners  (561) 656-0200 2000 PGA Blvd, Suite 4410 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 622-0336 rbentley@doanelaw.com www.doaneanddoane.com

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYER ORGANIZATIONS HARBOR AMERICA Gerald Pisciottano Professional Employer Consultant  (561) 336-2847 8198 Jog Rd., Suite 103 Boynton Beach, FL 33472 Fax: (561) 336-2752 gerryp@hapeo.com www.hapeo.com

PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS DATAPRINT OF PALM BEACH, INC. Rob Fredricks, President  (561) 630-7099 10180 Riverside Dr., Suite 6 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 anita@dataprintpb.com www.dataprintpb.com

FULLY PROMOTED Ben Bassett, Owner  (561) 615-8655 1369 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 wpb@fullypromoted.com www.fullypromoted.com

GEIGER John Niemeyer, Brand Specialist  (772) 267-6777 6217 Bald Eagle Dr. Palm City, FL 34990 jniemeyer@geiger.com John.Geiger.com

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CASTLE GROUP Jordan Goldman, Vice President  (800) 337-5850 500 S. Australian Ave., Suite 700 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 jgoldman@castlegroup.com www.castlegroup.com

CPT PHILLIPS POINT, LLC Hal Friedman, Property Manager  (561) 833-7337 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 221E West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-2726 FORTE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY SERVICES, INC. Brenda Muter, Sales Associate Commercial & Residential  (561) 236-4526 8259 N. Military Trail, Suite 5 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 mzatti@fortecps.com www.fortecps.com

SEACREST SERVICES INC. Ava Alexandrova, Business Development  (561) 656-6344 2400 Centrepark West Dr., Suite 175 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 697-4779 education@seacrestservices.com www.seacrestservices.com

PSYCHOTHERAPISTS PALM BEACH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & WELLNESS Dr. Kelly Everson, Owner, Psychologist  (561) 429-2397 345 Jupiter Lakes Blvd., Suite 302A Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 429-2398 www.pbbhw.com

PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS CONNECTION PUBLIC RELATIONS, THE Angie Francalancia, President  (561) 837-3251 7750 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 4-20 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 info@theconnectionpr.com www.theconnectionpr.com

HEY SANDY PR & COMMUNICATIONS Sandy Collier, President  (561) 386-5262 133 Hamilton Terrace Wellington, FL 33414 heysandypr@gmail.com www.heysandypr.com

MCNICHOLAS & ASSOCIATES Tom McNicholas President / Owner  (772) 219-1719 3001 PGA Blvd., Suite 300 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (772) 219-1718 tom@mcnicholas.biz www.mcnicholas.biz

I PROMOTE U Stephen Marotta, Affliate  (954) 971-1279 8461 Lake Worth Rd., Suite 502 Lake Worth, FL 33467

THE MOSAIC GROUP Ann Marie Sorrell President & CEO  (561) 651-9565 5840 Corporate Way, Suite 250 West Palm Beach, FL 33407

smpmg1279@aol.com sma.espwebsite.com

info@upscalebymosaic.com www.mosaicgroup.co G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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O’DONNELL AGENCY Carey O’Donnell President & Creative Director  (561) 832-3231 303 Banyan Blvd., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 659-1309 odonnell.agency

PUBLISHERS N2 PUBLISHING Pamela Terrell, Palm Beach County Area Director  (561) 316-7633 1400 Village Blvd., Suite 308 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 pam.terrell@n2pub.com www.n2pub.com

PASSPORT PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA CORPORATION Robert Kirschner President / Publisher  (561) 615-3900, Ext.19 1555 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 1550 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 615-3999 robert@passportpublications.com www.passportpublications.com

SENIOR LIFE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP INC. Anita Finley, President  (561) 864-1101 1515 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 300 Boca Raton, FL 33432 srlife@gate.net www.boomertimesfl.com

PUMP MANUFACTURER SALES, RENTALS, SERVICE & DEWATERING HOLLAND PUMP COMPANY William Blodgett, President  (561) 697-3333 7312 Westport Place West Palm Beach, FL 33413 Fax: (561) 683-7247 sales@hollandpump.com www.hollandpump.com

RADIO STATIONS & BROADCASTING COMPANIES ESPN WEST PALM / GOOD KARMA BRANDS Steve Politziner, President Good Karma Brands  (561) 697-8353 777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 106 Phillips Point West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 697-8525 www.espnwestpalm.com

REAL ESTATE THE AGENCY LUXE Mr. Michael Lee, Luxury Realtor  (561) 923-9696 366 E. Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 mrleeinvesting@gmail.com www.theagencyluxe.com

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ALLAN VOIRON - INTRAPRENEUR Allan Voiron, Owner / President  (561) 460-1360 allanvoiron@gmail.com

CHRIS ALLEN REALTY Chris Heine, President  (561) 507-5448 2257 Vista Parkway, Suite 19 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 444-0160 sales@chrisallenhomes.com www.chrisallenhomes.com

REAL ESTATE - BROKER BORDERS CO., HF REALTORS Harry Borders, President  (561) 689-0400 1610 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 bordershf@aol.com www.bordersrealtors.com

REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

GIVE REALTY SOUTH FLORIDA Candace Ortiz, Owner / Broker  (561) 685-7368 PO Box 312 Port Salerno, FL 34992

ANDERSON & CARR, INC. Robert Banting, President  (561) 833-1661 521 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-0234

candace@giverealty.com www.giverealtysouthflorida.com

rbanting@andersoncarr.com www.andersoncarr.com

HOME MADE REAL ESTATE Blake Papalia, Broker  (561) 275-6795 2401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

AVISON YOUNG Donald DeWoody, CCIM, Principal  (561) 721-7000 312 Clematis St., Suite 500 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 721-7001

Blake@HomeMadeReal.com www.HomeMadeReal.com

THE JORGENSEN TEAM, KELLER WILLIAMS Bill Jorgensen, Realtor  (561) 801-3212 14755 Ranchwood Ct. Wellington, FL 33414 thejorgensenteam@gmail.com www.thejorgensenteam.com

LANG REALTY Gina Sullo, Office Administrator  (561) 340-1200 701 S. Olive Ave., Suite 115 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 340-1201 g.sullo@langrealty.com www.langrealty.com

PAIGE HAILS, REALTOR Mrs. Paige Hails, Realtor & Listing Specialist, SRS  (561) 541-6023 3960 Hypoluxo Rd. Boynton Beach, FL 33436 mrshailsrealtor@gmail.com www.hailsmakessales.com

PATRICIA RITER, LLC / COLDWELL BANKER Patricia Riter, Realtor, GRI  (561) 252-7577 1185 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483 patricia.riter@floridamoves.com www.PatriciaRiterRealEstate.com

SUN REALTY USA INC. Michael Cuevas, Broker Associate  (561) 578-2320 215 S. Olive Ave., Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (866) 929-4503 info@michaelcuevasrealty.com www.michaelcuevasrealty.com

WILLIAM ROGER CUMMINGS REAL ESTATE Mr. William Roger Cummings Real Estate Broker  (561) 252-6123 PO Box 7 Palm Beach, FL 33480 wroger@bellsouth.net

don.dewoody@avisonyoung.com www.avisonyoung.com

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL Rob Schneiderman, Executive Vice President  (561) 353-3650 2385 NW Executive Center Dr #350 Boca Raton, FL 33431 bob.schneiderman@colliers.com www.colliers.com

CREC Robert Dabrowski, Vice President  (561) 833-7680 250 S. Australian Ave., Suite 105 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 rdabrowski@crec.com www.CREC.com

THE DAVID ASSOCIATES Brooke Murphy Marketing Director  (561) 832-9785 319 Clematis St., Suite 708 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-3470

ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Nancy Grutschus, Realtor  (917) 445-4448 1810 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach , FL 33401 ngrutschus@ipre.com www.ipre.com

ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE, LLC. Virginia Spencer General Manager  (561) 626-7000 2725 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 624-4418 virginia@ipre.com www.ipre.com

THE KEYES COMPANY  (561) 789-7726 250 S. Australian Ave., Suite 1201 One Clearlake Centre West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 623-5541 davidjoseph@keyes.com www.davidjoseph.keyes.com

LIGHTHOUSE REALTY SERVICES, INC. Blair Lee, President / Broker  (561) 628-6683 4440 PGA Blvd., Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 472-8401 blair@lighthouserealtysvs.com www.lighthouserealtysvs.com

NAI MERIN HUNTER CODMAN Jason Sundook, Principal  (561) 471-8000 1601 Forum Place, Suite 700 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 640-7855 mhc@mhcreal.com www.mhcreal.com

NAVARRO LOWREY PROPERTIES, INC. Frank Navarro, Co-Founder / Managing Principal  (561) 688-2530 1641 Worthington Rd., Suite 120 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 688-2331

bmurphy@davidassociates.com www.davidassociates.com

info@navarrolowrey.com www.navarrolowrey.com

FLAGLER REALTY & DEVELOPMENT INC. Richard Johnson  (561) 655-7200 505 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 1010 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-0659

PROPERTY GROUP PARTNERS LLC Michele Pellico, Regional Manager of Florida  (561) 650-0900 525 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 120 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-0939

rsjjr@flagler-realty.com www.flagler-realty.com

FORTE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY SERVICES, INC. Brenda Muter, Sales Associate Commercial & Residential  (561) 236-4526 8259 N. Military Trail, Suite 5 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

www.pgp.us.com

REICHEL REALTY & INVESTMENTS INC. William Reichel, President  (561) 478-4440 8845 N. Military Trail, Suite 100 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 478-4442

mzatti@fortecps.com www.fortecps.com

breichel@reichelrealty.com www.reichelrealty.com

HAMILTON REALTY Gerard Arsenault, CEO  (561) 655-3113 800 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-1946

SYMPATICO REAL ESTATE INC. Francisco Gil, Manager  (561) 309-2308 1926 10th Ave. N., Suite 107 Lake Worth, FL 33461

gaarealty@aol.com

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TOUCHSTONE WEBB REALTY COMPANY Susan Thomas, President  (561) 659-5554 610 Clematis St. Suite CU-5 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 771-1155 sthomas@touchstonewebb.com www.touchstonewebb.com

TOWER COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Joody Andre, Marketing Director  (561) 572-9887 515 N. Flagler Dr., Suite 204 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 jandre@tower-cre.com www.tower-cre.com

U.S. REALTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY Mrs. Lori Hampton Property Manager  (561) 881-5417 1515 N. Flagler Dr., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 881-5693 jana@aetnarealty.com www.aetnarealty.com

REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPERS ALLIED CAPITAL & DEVELOPMENT OF SOUTH FLORIDA Nicholas Mastroianni, Vice President, Planning & Operations  (561) 799-0050 115 Front St., Suite 300 Jupiter, FL 33477 Fax: (561) 799-0061

WOERNER HOLDINGS, LP Chris Gryskiewicz Chief Financial Officer  (561) 835-3747 Ext. 210 525 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 720 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 chrisg@classicturf.net www.classicturf.net

REAL ESTATE - INVESTMENTS CROCKER PARTNERS, LLC John Osborne  (561) 447-1801 225 N.E. Mizner Blvd., Suite 200 Boca Raton, FL 33432 Fax: (561) 394-7712 www.crockerpartners.com

GENESIS PARTNERS PALM BEACH LLC Mark Foley P.O. Box 93 Palm Beach, FL 33480 genesispartners@aol.com

REAL ESTATE - MANAGEMENT REDSKY MANAGEMENT, LLC / ESPERANTE CORPORATE CENTER Jo Ann Holl, General Manager  (561) 650-7300 222 Lakeview Ave., Suite 1150 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-7304 jholl@redskymgmt.com www.esperantewpb.com

REAL ESTATE - RESIDENTIAL CAPITOL HOMES REAL ESTATE Sophia Pascal, Broker Associate  (561) 236-2323 2121 N. Palm Circle North Palm Beach, FL 33408

info@acdofsouthflorida.com www.alliedcapitalanddevelopment.com

pascalsophia@gmail.com www.sophiapascal.com

GL HOMES OF FLORIDA CORPORATION Sarah Alsofrom, Director of Community Relations  (954) 753-1730 1600 Sawgrass Corporate Pkwy., Suite 400 Sunrise, FL 33323 Fax: (954) 575-5357

THE DAVID ASSOCIATES Brooke Murphy Marketing Director  (561) 832-9785 319 Clematis St., Suite 708 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 655-3470

sarah.alsofrom@glhomes.com www.glhomes.com

KITSON & PARTNERS Jeannette Bingham, Executive Assistant  (561) 624-4000 4500 PGA Blvd., Suite 400 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 Fax: (561) 624-4537 jbingham@kitsonpartners.com www.kitsonpartners.com

MINTO COMMUNITIES Leslie Fisher, Marketing Manager  (954) 973-4490 4400 W. Sample Rd., Suite 200 Coconut Creek, FL 33073 lfisher@mintofla.com www.mintousa.com

RELATED COMPANIES Gopal Rajegowda, Senior VP  (561) 227-0290 700 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 grajegowda@related.com www.related.com

bmurphy@davidassociates.com www.davidassociates.com

HEATHER E. TOWE, CENTURY 21 TENACE REALTY Heather Towe, Realtor  (561) 806-8550 3960 Hypoluxo Rd. Boynton Beach, FL 33436 heather@heathertowe.com www.heathersellsflorida.com

ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Nancy Grutschus, Realtor  (917) 445-4448 1810 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach , FL 33401 ngrutschus@ipre.com www.ipre.com

ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE, LLC. Virginia Spencer General Manager  (561) 626-7000 2725 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 624-4418 virginia@ipre.com www.ipre.com

MOSENIE HARPLEY BOWEN REALTY Mosenie Harpley, Realtor  (561) 702-9437 3631 Woolbright Rd. Boynton Beach, FL 33436 mosenieemilcare@bellsouth.net

RE/MAX PRESTIGE REALTY Lisa Mack, Realtor Professional  (561) 714-1792 301 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.lisamack.realtor lisamack@gmail.com

RICKARDO WILLIAMS, P.A. Rickardo Williams, P.A. Realtor - Agent  (786) 424-3803 6444 Red Pine Lane, Unit C Greenacres, FL 33415 rwilliams@phsrealtors.com

SIGNATURE INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE, LLC Martha Penagos, Realtor  (954) 826-8776 7431 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33446 martha.penagos2@gmail.com www.urealtorexpert.com

VILLAGE REALTY GROUP INC. Michael Berry, President  (561) 616-9240 580 Village Blvd., Suite 315 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 616-9287 mkberry@covad.net www.villagerealtygroup.com

REAL ESTATE AND EQUITY INVESTMENTS INDEX INVESTMENT, LLC Russell Kerr Representative Attorney  (561) 459-9386 1044 N. US Hwy. 1, Suite 101 PO Box 2279 Jupiter, FL 33477 notice@indexinvest.com www.indexinvest.com

RECORDS STORAGE U & ME MOVING, STORAGE & RECORDS MANAGEMENT Jerry Spencer, President  (561) 832-6156 2626 Electronics Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 655-6985 info@uandmemoving.com www.uandmemoving.net

REHABILITATION SERVICES MORSELIFE Janna Zaidspiner Director of Community Relations  (561) 578-9402 4847 Fred Gladstone Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 209-6168 jzaidspiner@morselife.org www.morselife.org

REHABCARE / KINDRED AT HOME Jen Humphrey Marketing Manager  (561) 670-1508 680 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 Fax: (877) 421-7411 lynn.king@rehabcare.com www.rehabcare.com

RESORT HIPPOCRATES HEALTH INSTITUTE Michael Allen, Vice President  (561) 471-8876 1466 Hippocrates Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 471-9464 info@hippocratesinst.org www.hippocratesinst.org

PGA NATIONAL RESORT & SPA David Fine Senior VP Sales & Marketing  (561) 627-2000 400 Avenue of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 david,fine@pgaresort.com www.pgaresort.com

RESTAURANT & HOTEL SUPPLIES CHENEY BROTHERS INC. Kinna Denowitz  (561) 845-4700 One Cheney Way Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 845-4701 kinna@cheneybrothers.com www.cheneybrothers.com

RESTAURANTS APPLEBEE’S - GREENACRES Brittany Sweeney Marketing Manager  (561) 641-6332 6706 Forest Hill Blvd. Greenacres, FL 33413 ApplebeeFLGreenacres@dohertyinc.com www.applebees.com

APPLEBEE’S - LAKE PARK Brittany Sweeney Marketing Manager  (561) 842-6422 3167 Northlake Blvd. Lake Park, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 791-4018 ApplebeesLakePark@dohertyinc.com www.applebees.com

APPLEBEE’S ROYAL PALM BEACH Brittany Sweeney Marketing Manager  (561) 791-2240 100 N. State Road 7 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 ApplebeesRoyalPalm@dohertyinc.com www.applebees.com

APPLEBEE’S NEIGHBORHOOD GRILL & BAR Brittany Sweeney Marketing Manager  (561) 683-0709 1975 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 www.applebees.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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BOLAY - BOCA RATON Patrick Jorcin, Operating Partner  (561) 609-1781 5030 Champion Blvd., G1D Boca Raton, FL 33496 203@eatbolay.com www.eatbolay.com

BOLAY - OKEECHOBEE Justin Testa, Operating Partner  (561) 815-5185 1880 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite A West Palm Beach, FL 33409 205@eatbolay.com www.eatbolay.com

BOLAY - PALM BEACH GARDENS Dan Risick, Operating Partner  (561) 612-2859 3333 Northlake Blvd., Suite 8 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403 202@eatbolay.com www.eatbolay.com

BOLAY - ROYAL PALM BEACH Justin Brady, Operating Partner  (561) 899-0111 250 S. State Road 7, Suite 100 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33414 201@eatbolay.com www.eatbolay.com

BRIO TUSCAN GRILLE Jimmy Smith, General Manager  (561) 835-1511 550 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 148 CityPlace West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-1911 cpla.manager@bbrg.com www.brioitalian.com

BUFFALO WILD WINGS Kurtis Hart, General Manager  (561) 687-2999 4576 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 493@buffalowildwings.com www.buffalowildwings.com

BURGERFI Kenya Wilson Territory Marketing Manager  (561) 557-9144 700 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 102 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 wecare@burgerfi.com www.burgerfi.com

THE BUTCHERSHOP BEER GARDEN & GRILL Michael Meyers General Manager  (561) 812-2336 209 6th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@butchershop.com www.butchershopwpb.com

CAFE BOULUD Theresa Valiante Director of Catering  (561) 655-6060 301 Australian Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 366-4550 tvaliante@danielnyc.com www.danielnyc.com

CHICK-FIL-A AT NORTHLAKE BLVD. Stephanie Jamison Catering Supervisor / Sales  (561) 842-5805 Ext. 6 1262 Northlake Blvd. Lake Park, FL 33403

GREASE BURGER BEER AND WHISKEY BAR Kipper Greist, General Manager  (561) 651-1075 213 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 651-1077

PIPELINE POKE’ CO. Ben Bussey / Steve Schweighardt Partners 310 S. Dixie West Palm Beach, FL 33401

www.chickfila.com

kipper@greasewpb.com www.greasewpb.com

POLLO TROPICAL Julianna Wagner, Supervisor, Local Store Marketing  (786) 510-6939 7255 Corporate Center Dr., Suite C Miami, FL 33126

CHICK-FIL-A AT PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. Rob Morris, Owner / Operator  (561) 640-4144 2070 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 640-4145 www.chick-fil-a.com/palmbeachlakes

alex@greenhousebazaar.com www.greenhousebazaar.com

CITYPLACE Erika Constantine  (561) 820-0074 700 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-1001

HAVANA RESTAURANT Vanessa Reyes, Marketing / PR  (561) 547-9799 6801 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 547-8754

edellamea@related.com www.cityplace.com

writeus@havanacubanfood.com www.havanacubanfood.com

CITY CELLAR WINE BAR & GRILL Michael Ignatowicz General Manager  (561) 366-0071 700 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 218 CityPlace West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-8541

KAPOW NOODLE BAR Melissa Leon Director of Private Events  (561) 246-3827 519 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

iggy@citycellarwpb.com www.citycellarwpb.com

CITY OYSTER & SUSHI BAR Todd Lawrence General Manager  (561) 272-0220 213 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444 Fax: (561) 272-1109 www.cityoysterdelray.com

DELICIOUS SPOONFULS Mrs. Helen Gottesman, President  (561) 676-2078 186 Dorset E Boca Raton, FL 33434 helen@deliciousspoonfuls.com www.deliciousspoonfuls.com

DORRIAN’S RED HAND WPB Daniel Dorrian, Owner  (561) 355-1401 215 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.dorrians-wpb.com

DUFFY’S SPORTS GRILL John Smith, Assist. Director of Marketing, Exec. Dir. of Duffy’s Foundation  (561) 249-1682 225 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 jsmith@duffysmvp.com www.duffysmvp.com

FIELD OF GREENS Debra Lakow / Hess Musallet Owners  (561) 820-2465 412 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 820-1498

LYNORA’S - JUPITER Angelo Abbenante, President  (561) 203-2702 1548 N. US Highway 1 Jupiter, FL 33469 angelo@lynoras.com www.lynoras.com

LYNORA’S - WEST PALM BEACH Colton Lance, General Manager  (561) 899-3117 207 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@lynoras.com www.lynoras.com

MCDONALD’S Michele Heisner Owner / Operator  (561) 686-7177 2421 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 686-7117 michele.heisner@partners.mcd.com www.mcstate.com/1077

MCDONALD’S/ ‘B’ ING THE BEST, INC. Ricky Wade  (561) 863-3456 1351 S. Killian Dr., Suite 1 Lake Park, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 845-0043 binthebest@aol.com

RAINDANCER STEAK HOUSE Spiro Fragiskakis, Owner  (561) 684-2810 2300 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 info@raindancer.com www.raindancersteakhouse.com

ROCCO’S TACOS & TEQUILA BAR Rocco Mangel, Co-Owner  (561) 623-0127 5090 PGA Blvd. PGA Commons Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 Fax: (561) 623-0128 rocco@roccostacos.com www.roccostacos.com

ROCCO’S TACOS & TEQUILA BAR Rocco Mangel, Co-Owner  (561) 650-1001 224 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-1002 rocco@roccostacos.com www.roccostacos.com

RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE WEST PALM BEACH Adam Kaytes, General Manager  (561) 514-3544 651 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 671-1944 gmwestpalmbeach@ruthschris.com www.ruthschris.com

SANT AMBROEUS Adil Avunduk, General Manager  (561) 285-7990 340 Royal Poinciana Way #304 Palm Beach, FL 33480 palmbeach@santambroeus.com www.santambroeus.com

TABLE 26 Edward Schmidt, Owner  (561) 855-2660 1700 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 444-3906

MELLOW MUSHROOM Tammy Lucich Regional Marketing Director  (561) 653-1351 700 S. Rosemary Ave. CityPlace West Palm Beach, FL 33401

www.table26palmbeach.com

tammyatmellow@gmail.com www.mellowmushroom.com

www.tijuanaflats.com

TIJUANA FLATS Michaela Beeda, Area Marketing Coordinator  (561) 249-4440 2089 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409

GRATO Oliver Folloso, General Manager  (561) 404-1334 1901 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401

TOMMY BAHAMA RESTAURANT AND BAR Richard Bianchi General Manager  (561) 406-6631 126 Soundings Ave., Suite L2-130 Jupiter, FL 33477

oliver@gratowpb.com www.gratowpb.com

mtpbcsm@ldry.com www.mortons.com/palmbeach

jupiterevents@tommybahama.com www.tommybahama.com

www.fieldofgreensonline.com

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www.kapownoodlebar.com

jwagner@pollotropical.com www.pollotropical.com

MORTON’S THE STEAKHOUSE Ana Elvir, Sales & Events Manager  (561) 835-9664 777 S. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 835-4806

CHARLEY’S CRAB Scott Tompkins, General Manager  (561) 659-1500 456 S. Ocean Blvd. Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 659-5880

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TOOJAY’S RESTAURANT & DELI - JUPITER Joe Brouillette, General Manager  (561) 627-5555 4050 US Hwy. 1 South Bluffs Shopping Center Jupiter, FL 33477 joseph.brouillette@toojays.com www.toojays.com

TOOJAY’S RESTAURANT & DELI - PALM BEACH Richard Olsen, General Manager  (561) 659-7232 313 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 659-7244 richard.olsen@toojays.com www.toojays.com

TOOJAY’S RESTAURANT & DELI - WEST PALM BEACH Raymond Gleason, General Manager  (561) 340-8805 1721 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Palm Beach Outlets West Palm Beach, FL 33401 raymond.gleason@toojays.com www.toojays.com

YOUR GREEK COUSIN Maria Philippou  (561) 686-9126 2060 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 info@yourgreekcousin.com www.yourgreekcousin.com

PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY Ms. Carolyn Wathey Director of Marketing  (561) 338-3811 480 Hibiscus St., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@pbiafl.com www.pbiafl.com

SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC COLLEGE & UNIVERSITIES FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY Phillip Rich Director of Community Engagement  (561) 297-0408 777 Glades Rd., ADM 247 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Fax: (561) 297-2890 www.fau.edu prich@fau.edu

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY PUBLIC ETHICS ACADEMY Dr. Peter Cruise Executive Director  (561) 297-4049 550 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 606 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 ethics@fau.edu cdsi.fau.edu/spa/pea/

FLORIDA CAREER COLLEGE Celeste Blackwell Director of Education  (561) 282-5441 6058 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 Fax: (561) 282-5497 blackwellc@careercollege.edu www.careercollege.edu

KEISER UNIVERSITY Kimberly Lea, Campus President  (561) 471-6000 2085 Vista Parkway West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 471-7849 klea@keiseruniversity.edu www.keiseruniversity.edu

KEISER UNIVERSITY FLAGSHIP CAMPUS Heather Gray Graduate Admissions Counselor  (561) 478-5500 2600 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 640-3328 hgray@keiseruniversity.edu www.keiseruniversity.edu/residential

LYNN UNIVERSITY Steve Pruitt, Director of Graduate & Online Admission  (561) 237-7900 3601 N. Military Trail Boca Raton, FL 33431 Fax: (561) 237-7100 spruitt@lynn.edu www.lynn.edu

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY George Dungee, Campus Director  (561) 805-2100 11501 N. Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 805-2170 gdungee@nova.edu www.nova.edu/palmbeach

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY Vicki Pugh Vice President for Development  (561) 803-2000 901 S. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 803-2023 vicki_pugh@pba.edu www.pba.edu

PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE  (561) 967-7222 4200 Congress Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 868-3504 enrollmt@palmbeachstate.edu www.PalmBeachState.edu

SCHOOLS - ACADEMIC SPECIAL EDUCATION POTENTIA ACADEMY Janice Meeks, Principal  (561) 433-5557 4784 Melaleuca Lane Greenacres, FL 33463-5357 Fax: (561) 433-4357 jmeeks@potentiaacademy.org www.potentiaacademy.org

RETIREMENT PLANNING SERVICES THE PENSION SOURCE Barbara LaBounty Director of Operations  (772) 287-9163 2110 SE Rays Way Stuart, FL 34994 Fax: (772) 287-9170 blabounty@thepensionsource.com www.thepensionsource.com

ROOF CONTRACTORS HI-TECH ROOFING & SHEET METAL, INC. Michael Daley, President  (561) 586-3110 2266 4th Ave. North Lake Worth, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 586-5198 mdaley@hi-techroofing.com www.hi-techroofing.com

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SCHOOLS ARMORY ART CENTER Tom Pearson, Executive Director  (561) 832-1776 811 Park Place West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-0191 registrar@armoryart.org www.armoryart.org

MAVERICKS HIGH OF PALM SPRINGS Jonelle Allen Admissions & Family Coordinator  (561) 623-6935 3525 S. Congress Ave Palm Springs, FL 33461 Fax: (561) 641-6140 jallen@mavericksineducation.com www.maverickshigh.com G U I D E T O T H E PA L M B E A C H E S

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SCHOOLS - INDUSTRIAL & TECHNICAL & TRADE EMPIRE BEAUTY SCHOOL Dwayne Thomas Executive Director  (561) 615-4265 4258 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 615-4266 dthomas@empire.edu www.empire.edu

SCHOOLS - PRIVATE CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL Rev. David Carr, President  (561) 683-6266 512 Spencer Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 683-7307 www.cardinalnewman.com

THE GREENE SCHOOL Dr. Denise Spirou Director of Academics  (561) 293-2888 2001 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 info@thegreeneschool.com www.thegreeneschool.com

OXBRIDGE ACADEMY John Klemme, Head of School  (561) 972-9600 3151 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 communications@oapb.org www.oapb.org

PALM BEACH DAY ACADEMY LOWER CAMPUS Dr. Edwin Gordon Head of School  (561) 832-8815 1901 S. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-3343 egordon@pbday.org www.pbday.org

PALM BEACH DAY ACADEMY UPPER CAMPUS Dr. Edwin Gordon Head of School  (561) 655-1188 241 Seaview Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 655-5794 egordon@pbday.org www.pbday.org

ROSARIAN ACADEMY Mr. Stephen Rubenacker Head of School  (561) 832-5131 807 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 820-8750 info@rosarian.org www.rosarian.org

ST. ANN CATHOLIC SCHOOL Susan Demes, Principal  (561) 832-3676 324 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 832-1791 www.stannwpb.org

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ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL Ron McElhone, CFO  (561) 622-1504 3395 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 622-6801 csixton@stmarkspbg.org www.stmarkspbg.org

THE WEISS SCHOOL Sheriann Namer, Chief Development Officer  (561) 627-0740 4176 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 snamer@weissschool.org www.WeissSchool.org

SCRAP METALS PALM BEACH METAL RECYCLING, INC. Katy Dull  (561) 689-0909 7796 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411 recycle@pbmetal.com www.palmbeachmetal.com

SCREEN ENCLOSURES PALM BEACH PATIO SCREENS  (561) 571-8085 7750 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 4-624 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (561) 571-8085 palmbeachpatioscreens@gmail.com www.palmbeachpatioscreens.com

SECURITY SYSTEM INTEGRATION INTEGRATED HOME TECHNOLOGIES Fernando Canedo, President  (561) 721-6446 801 Northpoint Parkway., Suite 136 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 fernando@ihtfl.com www.ihtfl.com

TYCO INTEGRATED SECURITY Angela Ouellet Account Executive  (978) 790-6784 440 Columbia Dr., Suite 105 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 226-8367 aouellet@tyco.com www.tycois.com

SECURITY SYSTEMS & CONSULTANTS AUDIO VIDEO SYSTEMS, INC. Angela Barnard, President  (561) 686-4473 1860 Old Okeechobee Rd. Suite 104 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 689-5520 info@SecurityByAVS.com www.SecurityByAVS.com

SEMICONDUCTORS WAFER WORLD INC. Sean Quinn, President / CEO  (561) 842-4441 1100 Technology Place, Suite 104 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 842-2677 sales@waferworld.com www.waferworld.com

SENIOR CITIZENS’ SERVICES HARBORSIDE COMFORT SERVICES Kevin Bogin, CEO  (561) 308-1000 2810 Grande Parkway, Suite 106 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 kbogin@harborsidecomfortservices.com www.harborsidecomfortservices.com

SENIOR HOUSING EVERNIA PLACE Gustavo Rivas, Business Manager  (561) 650-0110 631 Evernia St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 408-2638 everniaplacemgr@lincolnapts.com www.everniaplace.com

SENIOR SERVICES HARBORSIDE COMFORT SERVICES Kevin Bogin, CEO  (561) 308-1000 2810 Grande Parkway, Suite 106 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 kbogin@harborsidecomfortservices.com www.harborsidecomfortservices.com

SHIPPING - PACKAGES THE UPS STORE #1226 / HOME OFFICE BUSINESS GROUP Derek Moses, Owner  (561) 835-9791 3300 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 1 West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 835-3906 store1226@theupsstore.com www.theupsstorelocal.com/1226

SHOES SHOES FOR CREWS Omar Lawrence, OSS Director  (561) 683-5090 250 S. Australian Ave., Suite P2 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 683-3080 info@shoesforcrews.com www.shoesforcrews.com

SHOOTING SPORTS CLUB OK CORRAL GUN CLUB Timothy Yahner, Accountant  (863) 357-2226 9449 NE 48th St Okeechobee, FL 34972 accounting@okcorralgunclub.com www.okcorralgunclub.com

SHOPPING CENTERS CITYPLACE Erika Constantine  (561) 820-0074 700 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 366-1001 edellamea@related.com www.cityplace.com

SIGNS BARON SIGN MANUFACTURING Mrs. Sandra Foland, CEO  561 863-7446 x1006 900 W, 13th St Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 848-2270 sandie@baronsign.com www.baronsign.com

FASTSIGNS WEST PALM BEACH Al Cothern, Owner  (561) 616-3590 4275 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite H West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 616-3591 535@fastsigns.com www.fastsigns.com/535

KAUFF’S SIGNS / TINT WRAPS WEB PRINT Steve Kauff, CEO  (561) 775-3278 3587 Northlake Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403 Fax: (561) 775-7559 skauff@kauffs.com www.kauffs.com

SIGN A RAMA Maria DeFeo, Owner  (561) 687-7993 1367 N Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 687-1629 sales@signaramawpb.com www.signaramawpb.com

VSP MARKETING GROUP Daniel Gittere Executive Vice President  (561) 228-1611 1689 Latham Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 dan@vspmarketinggroup.com www.vspmarketinggroup.com

SOCIAL SERVICES & ORGANIZATIONS ABILITIES INC. OF FLORIDA / SERVICESOURCE Jennifer Dodge, Job Developer  (561) 808-1900 6803 Lake Worth Rd., Suite 200 Greenacres, FL 33467 Fax: (561) 357-4808 jennifer.dodge@servicesource.org www.servicesource.org

THRIVE FOR A CHANGE OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC Tyron Hanna, Founder / CEO  (561) 444-0353 3670 East Industrial Way Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 284-6729 tyhanna@thriveforachange.org www.thriveforachange.org

SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS

PALM BEACH OUTLETS Pam Rada, Marketing Director  (561) 515-4400 1751 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

USA SOLAR Mike Thorson  (954) 801-2425 4206 S. Ocean Blvd. #3 Highland Beach, FL 33487

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VINYASUN SOLAR ENERGY Justin Hoysradt CEO & Public Policy  (561) 440-9515 313 Datura St., Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 justin@vinyasun.com www.vinyasun.com

SOUND PROOFING & NOISE CONTROL ALL NOISE CONTROL Salman Sheikh, President  (561) 964-9360 2731 Vista Parkway, Unit D8 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 sams@allnoisecontrol.com www.allnoisecontrol.com

SPA SERVICES SOUNDARYA SPA Rebecca Enrico, Owner  (800) 440-2805 1601 Belvedere Rd. #106 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 info@soundaryaspa.com www.soundaryaspa.com

SPEAKERS - PUBLIC LIFETIME LEISURE EXPERIENCES Christopher Klesh, President  (561) 386-2986 113 Old Meadow Way Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 lifetimeleisure@bellsouth.net www.lifetimeleisure.net

SPORTS EVENTS CHERIBUNDI TART CHERRY BOCA RATON BOWL Doug Mosley, Executive Director  (561) 362-3660 1515 N. Federal HIghway, Suite 304 Boca Raton, FL 33432 doug.mosley@espn.com www.cheribundibocaratonbowl.com

FLORIDA PANTHERS HOCKEY CLUB John Markiewicz Vice President & Ticket Sales  (954) 835-7203 One Panther Parkway Sunrise, FL 33323 markiewiczj@floridapanthers.com www.nhl.com-panthers

THE HONDA CLASSIC Joanie Connors, Director of Sales & Business Development  (561) 799-4619 3300 PGA Blvd., Suite 800 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 jconnors@thehondaclassic.com www.thehondaclassic.com

PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY Christophger Harris, President  (561) 622-1400 17133 Beeline Highway Jupiter, FL 33478 Fax: (561) 626-2053 info@racepbir.com www.racepbir.com

PALM BEACH KENNEL CLUB Alexis Barbish-Sommer Asst. to President  (561) 683-2222 1111 N. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 684-9121 thume@pbkennelclub.com www.pbkennelclub.com

THE PALM BEACHES MARATHON, LLC / K2 SPORTS VENTURES, LLC Ken Kennerly, Managing Director  (561) 758-3582 18559 SE Palm Island Lane Jupiter, FL 33458 kk@k2sportsventures.com www.palmbeachesmarathon.com

ROGER DEAN STADIUM Mike Bauer, General Manager  (561) 775-1818 4751 Main St. Jupiter, FL 33458 Fax: (561) 691-6886 m.bauer@rogerdeanstadium.com www.rogerdeanstadium.com

SPORTS TRAINING D1 SPORTS HOLDINGS, LLC Mike Maystead, General Manager  (561) 296-0999 4215 Burns Rd., Suite 150 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 mike.maystead@d1sportstraining.com www.D1SportsTraining.com/ PalmBeachGardens

SPRINKLER SYSTEMS SUPERIOR SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, INC. Robert Johnson, President  (561) 833-3271 427 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Fax: (561) 833-1203 superiorss@bellsouth.net www.superiorsprinkler.com

STADIUMS, ARENAS & ATHLETIC FIELDS THE BALLPARK OF THE PALM BEACHES Brady Ballard, General Manager  (561) 500-4487 5444 Haverhill Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 info@ballparkpalmbeaches.com www.ballparkpalmbeaches.com

ROTH STAFFING COMPANIES, L.P. DBA ULTIMATE STAFFING SERVICES AND LEDGENT FINANCE & ACCOUNTING Kimberly White, Market Manager  (561) 687-8896 1601 Forum Place, Suite 605 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 687-3995 palmbeach@ledgent.com www.rothstaffing.com

STORAGE - HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL BOHREN’S MOVING & STORAGE Steven Hagadorn General Manager  (561) 686-1200 2951 Electronics Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 686-1743 wpb@bohrensmoving.com www.bohrensmoving.com

PRIME STORAGE Jeff Boire, Manager  (561) 820-8871 422 7th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 420-0183 www.primestoragegroup.com

STORAGE RENTALS OF AMERICA Jackie Hall, Marketing  (561) 650-1222 1016 Clare Ave., Unit 3 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 wpb@storagerentalsofamerica.com www.storagerentalsofamerica.com

STORE SELF STORAGE AND WINE STORAGE Drew Feinberg, Marketing Manager  (561) 627-8444 11010 N. Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 630-8449 info@storeselfstorage.com www.storeselfstorage.com

STORES - RETAIL CHRISTMAS, ETC. Marilyn Laughlin, Promotions  (561) 805-7000 360 S. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 Fax: (561) 805-7011 info@xmasetc.com www.xmasetc.com

DOLLAR PLUS MORE STORE Christopher Nicholson, Owner  (561) 510-1279 7750 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 5 West Palm Beach, FL 33411

SUPPLIES & REPAIR AMERICA’S SWIMMING POOL COMPANY Mr. Graham Banks Owner & Operator  (561) 203-8960 P.O. Box 1640 Jupiter, FL 33468 jupiter@asppoolco.com www.aspjupiter.com

TALENT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING TOP TIER LEADERSHIP Rita Craig, President  (561) 775-3396 PO Box 30846 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420 Fax: (561) 775-4580 rita@toptierleadership.com www.toptierleadership.com

TAX RETURN PREPARATION & FILING KG TAX & CONSULTING Katie Gorles, President  (561) 660-8182 7570 S. Federal Hwy., Suite 5 Hypoluxo, FL 33462 Fax: (561) 536-5721 kgtaxco@gmail.com www.kgtaxconsulting.com

TAXES - CONSULTANTS & REPRESENTATIVES KG TAX & CONSULTING Katie Gorles, President  (561) 660-8182 7570 S. Federal Hwy., Suite 5 Hypoluxo, FL 33462 Fax: (561) 536-5721 kgtaxco@gmail.com www.kgtaxconsulting.com

TECHNOLOGY SERVICES SYNAPTIC ADVISORY PARTNERS Thomas Boosinger CEO & Founder  (800) 811-2344 430 SW California Ave. Stuart, FL 34994 thomas.boosinger@synapticap.com www.synapticap.com

TECHNOLOGY TRAINING PRODUCTIVE POWER Christina Lambert, Digital Productivity Strategist  (561) 420-9494 740 Avon Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

dollarplusmorestore@gmail.com www.dollarplusmore.com

clambert@productivepower.com www.ProductivePower.com

AT&T FLORIDA Ian Cotner, Regional Dir. External & Legislative Affairs  (561) 236-4129 11760 US Highway 1, Suite 324E North Palm Beach, FL 33408 IC496P@att.com www.att.com

ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE, INC. Latoya Williams, Director Community Relations  (305) 341-4728 14360 NW 77th Ct. Miami Lakes, FL 33016 Fax: (305) 341-4775

ADVOCATE GENERAL STAFFING Joliette Saintil, Owner  (561) 345-6344 4509 Lake Worth Rd., Suite B Greenacress, FL 33463

TOMMY HILFIGER KIDS Candace Shreve, Center Manager  (561) 640-9730 1741 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite E-239 Palm Beach Outlets West Palm Beach, FL 33401

lwilliams@orangebowl.org www.orangebowl.org

advocategeneralstaffing@gmail.com www.advocategeneralstaffings.com

store241@tommy.com www.tommy.com

STAFFING

SWIMMING POOL SERVICE,

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

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COMCAST BUSINESS Jebediah Reynolds, Business Account Executive  (561) 225-3965 3960 RCA Blvd., Suite 6002 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 jebediah_reynolds@comcast.com www.business.comcast.com

ETECH - PALM BEACH CENTER LLC Michael Ramsey Operations Site Leader  (561) 841-0040 ext. 6673 155 E. Blue Heron Blvd., Suite 200 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 michael.ramsey@etechtexas.com www.etechtexas.com

HOTWIRE COMMUNICATIONS Alina Anita, Business Development Coordinator  (954) 372-8411 2100 W Cypress Creek Rd. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 networkingevents@hotwiremail.com www.hotwirecommunications.com

SCHOOLEY MITCHELL OF WPB Angel Milanes, Strategic Partner  (561) 422-4995 4300 S. Jog Rd., Suite 404 Lake Worth, FL 33454 Fax: (844) 202-1242 www.schooleymitchell.com

SPRINT Cristian Hauser Business Account Executive  (561) 702-3183 3401 S. Congress Ave., Unit 104 Palm Springs, FL 33461 chauser@wcgroupinc.net www.wcgroupinc.net

T-MOBILE Marina Gaid, Store Manager  (561) 402-7208 846 Southern Blvd. Suite 280 West Palm Beach, FL 33405 www.wirlessvision.com

TC SYSTEMS, LLC DBA VIP VOIP SYSTEMS Johnathan Moore  (561) 948-4311 7700 Congress Ave., Suite 3216 Boca Raton, FL 33487 info@vipvoipsystems.com www.vipvoipsystems.com

TELEVISION STATIONS WPBF 25 Caroline Taplett, President / General Manager  (561) 694-2525 3970 RCA Blvd, Suite 7007 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Fax: (561) 627-6738 ctaplett@hearst.com www.wpbf.com

WPEC-TV CBS 12 NEWS Michael Pumo, General Manager  (561) 844-1212 1100 Fairfield Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 882-0810 mpumo@sbgtv.com www.cbs12.com

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WTVX-WEST PALM THE CW34 Robert Butterfield, General Manager  (561) 681-3434 1100 Fairfield Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 681-3470 rbutterfield@sbgtv.com www.cw34.com

THEATRES MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE Dana Munson Director of Marketing  (561) 575-2223 Box Office 1001 E. Indiantown Rd Jupiter, FL 33477 Fax: (561) 743-0107 info@jupitertheatre.org www.jupitertheatre.org

PALM BEACH DRAMAWORKS Sue Ellen Beryl Managing Director  (561) 514-4042 201 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (480) 287-8666 info@palmbeachdramaworks.org www.palmbeachdramaworks.org

THE RAYMOND F. KRAVIS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Judith Mitchell Chief Executive Officer  (561) 833-8300 701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 833-3901 kravis@kravis.org www.kravis.org

THRIFT SHOPS GULFSTREAM GOODWILL INDUSTRIES Brian Edwards, Vice President, Marketing & Development  (561) 848-7200 1715 Tiffany Dr. East West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 214-8722 marketinginfo@gulfstreamgoodwill.org www.gulfstreamgoodwill.org

TITLE COMPANIES/INSURANCE TRIDENT TITLE  (561) 515-2920 580 Village Blvd., Suite 225 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Fax: (561) 687-8020 www.tridenttitle.com

TOURISM KEY WEST TOURISM INC. Fanjing Meng, CEO  (561) 631-2905 867 Malcolm Chandler Lane #201 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 631-2905 tourkeywest@gmail.com

TRANSMISSION SERVICES AA ONE TRANSMISSIONS - THE LAKE WORTH TRANSMISSION REPAIR SHOP Marcy Femminella Sales Manager  (561) 926-3352 3825-C Military Trail Lake Worth, FL 33413 Fax: (561) 641-7691 marcellepfaff@gmail.com www.lakeworthtransmissionrepair.com

TRANSPORTATION BRIGHTLINE Ali Soule, Director of Public Affairs  (305) 520-2300 2855 S. Le Jeune Rd., 4th Floor Coral Gables, FL 33134 info@gobrightline.com www.gobrightline.com

MOLLY’S TROLLEYS OF WEST PALM BEACH Molly Stahlman, President  (561) 838-9511 800 23rd St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Fax: (561) 838-9512 info@mollystrolleys.com www.mollystrolleys.com

PORT OF PALM BEACH DISTRICT Aidy Alonzo, Public Relations & Media Specialist  (561) 383-4100 1 E. 11th St., Suite 600 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Fax: (561) 842-4240 aalonzo@portofpalmbeach.com www.portofpalmbeach.com

SOUTH FLORIDA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Victor Garcia, Corporate and Community Outreach Manager  (954) 942-7245 801 NW 33rd St. Pompano Beach, FL 33064 Fax: (954) 788-7961 garciav@sfrta.fl.gov www.sfrta.fl.gov

TRANSPORTATION & CONVENTION SERVICES ACADEMY BUS, LLC Minna Tervola, Sales Manager  (561) 588-4446 6575 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33413 Fax: (561) 586-8821 mtervola@academybus.com www.academybus.com

TRANSPORTATION LOGISTICS SIBONEY CONTRACTING CO. Alida Rodriguez, Administrative Manager  (561) 832-3110 1450 Centrepark Blvd., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 650-7330 arodriguez@siboneycc.com www.siboneycc.com

TRAVEL AGENCIES & BUREAUS TRAVEL LEADERS OF THE PALM BEACHES Kurt Crowl, President  (561) 655-2234 329 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 kcrowl@travelleaders.com www.palmbeachestravel.com

TREE FARMS PLANT & GROW TREE FARMS INC. Betty Boyer, President  (561) 993-4343 1057 E. Canal St. N. Belle Glade, FL 33430 bboyer1263@aol.com

TV & VIDEO PRODUCTION SERVICES CHICAGO PRODUCTIONS Dan Kenny, Producer/Director  (815) 343-0274 760 Executive Center Dr. #24 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 ivtv@comcast.net www.chicagopro.tv

URGENT CARE JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER URGENT CARE Kathleen Ahern, Executive Director of Marketing  (561) 263-7010 625 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 www.jupitermedurgentcare.com

MEDEXPRESS URGENT CARE  (561) 333-9331 1021 N. St. Rd. 7 Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 www.medexpress.com

URGENT CARE OF THE PALM BEACHES Monica Salehi, Office Administrator  (561) 328-8455 3537 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33406 admin@myucpb.com www.myucpb.com

UTILITIES FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Donald Kiselewski, Sr. Director of External Affairs  (561) 691-7948 700 Universe Blvd. (CEA/JB) Juno Beach, FL 33408 donald.kiselewski@fpl.com www.fpl.com

FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY-NATURAL GAS & PROPANE Crystal Campbell, Marketing & Media Channel Coordinator  (800) 427-7712 www.fpuc.com

VACATION RENTALS PALMBEACHCOUNTYVACATIONR ENTAL.COM Sarah Elizabeth Willmore Owner of AffordableRents.com Vacation Rentals  (561) 373-8585 643 Las Palmas Park Boynton Beach, FL 33435 YellowstoneHomes@aol.com www.PalmBeachCounty VacationRental.com

SINGER ISLAND VACATION RENTALS Brittany O’Connor, Manager  (561) 531-3521 2655 N. Ocean Dr. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 brittany@singerislandvacationrentals.com www.singerislandvacationrentals.com

TURNKEY VACATION RENTALS Jacqueline Ouellette General Manager  (561) 562-2768 3300 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 1-149 West Palm Beach, FL 33405

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VALET SERVICE PROPER PARKING Gali Edwards, General Manager  (855) 776-7371 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 properwpb@propercompanies.com www.propercompanies.com

VETERINARIANS-DVM ISLAND ANIMAL HOSPITAL Dr. Brad Ochstein, Veterinarian / Owner  (561) 833-8552 262 Sunset Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480 Fax: (561) 832-5451 islandah@earthlink.net www.islandanimalhospital.com

TOWN & COUNTRY ANIMAL HOSPITAL Dr. Mark South Medical Director / Owner  (561) 626-1233 11788 US Highway 1 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 Fax: (561) 625-0155 tacahpbg@gmail.com www.tacah.com

VIDEO - LIVE STREAMING IDK MEDIA GROUP Dr. Jacob Nazarian, Director of Operations  (978) 496-5883 P.O. Box 1248 Loxahatchee, FL 33470 horse@idkmediagroup.com www.idkmediagroup.com

VIDEO MARKETING LEMONLIGHT MEDIA Vincent Moss, Executive Producer  (323) 813-8069 313 Datura St., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 hello@lemonlight.com www.lemonlight.com

VIDEO PRODUCTION JETTY PRODUCTIONS Neilson Paty, Creative DIrector  (561) 406-2019 407 Commerce Way #7A Jupiter, FL 33458 jetty@jettyproductions.com www.jettyproductions.com

WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES WASTE MANAGEMENT OF FLORIDA Ellen Smith, Government & Community Affairs Manager  (561) 312-0000 651 Industrial Way Boynton Beach, FL 33426 esmith13@wm.com www.wm.com

WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION CODE RED RESTORATION, LLC Frank Taylor, Owner  (800) 285-0754 2781 Vista Parkway, Suite K3 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Fax: (800) 285-0756 info@crrs.com www.crrs.com

WEALTH MANAGEMENT GREENWICH WEALTH MANAGEMENT Dean Nass South Florida Regional Manager  (561) 822-3725 777 S. Flagler Dr., #1005 East Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (203) 286-2025 dean@greenwichwealth.com www.greenwichwealth.com

THE LACY GROUP John Lacy, Senior Vice President; Wealth Management Advisor  (561) 514-4846 222 Lakeview Ave., Suite 1300 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Fax: (561) 459-4096 john_lacy@ml.com www.fa.ml.com/lacy_group

WEB PERFORMANCE CONSULTING FTL METRICS Mr. Michael Punsky, President  (617) 899-4774 10704 Grande Palladium Way Boynton Beach, FL 33436 mpunsky@ftlmetrics.com www.ftlmetrics.com

WEBSITE DESIGN ONLINE DESIGN CLUB Brandon Cook Chief Executive Officer  (888) 343-0403 4061 Artesa Dr. Boynton Beach, FL 33436 Fax: (888) 343-0403 info@onlinedesignclub.com www.onlinedesignclub.com

WEDDING RETAIL GABRIELLA WEDDING GOWNS INC. Gabriella Szollosi, Owner, Designer & Sole Proprietor  (561) 801-2111 540 Clematis St., Suite 3 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 floridagabriella@hotmail.com www.yesidopalmbeach.com

WELDING & MACHINING WEST POINT INDUSTRIES Joseph Puleo, Owner  (561) 707-9645 1300 Old Dixie Hwy. Suite 101 Lake Park, FL 33403 jpwestpoint@yahoo.com www.westpointindustries.com WOMENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CUSTOM CLOTHING BOB GOLDFARB CUSTOM CLOTHING Bob Goldfarb Personal Styling Concierge  (305) 491-0083 The Palm Beaches & The Treasure Coast Bob@BGCustomClothing.com www.BGCustomClothing.com

YOGA STUDIO / YOGA THERAPY THE YOGA TEMPLE, LLC Carol Baker-White  (561) 618-0495 11030 Legacy Dr. #305 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

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American Humane ..........................................................................................82 Anderson - Moore Construction Corp. ........................................................103 Awesome Greyhound Adoptions, Inc. & Hounds and Heroes....................82 Banyan Cay Resort & Golf ................................................................................7 Banyan Printing & Direct Mail..........................................................................10 Bethesda Health, Inc.............................................................Inside Front Cover Charley’s Crab ................................................................................................116 Cleveland Clinic Florida ..................................................................................92 Coastal Construction ......................................................................................22 Erikson/Devonshire............................................................................................97 Flagler Museum ..............................................................................................111 Florida Crystals Corporation ............................................................................65 Florida Public Utilities Company - Natural Gas & Propane ..........................77 Frenchman’s Creek Beach & Country Club..................................................74 GlidenSpina + Partners ....................................................................................64 Good Samaritan Medical Center ..................................................................91 Greenberg & Traurig, P.A.................................................................Back Cover Hedrick Brothers Construction ..........................................................................1 High Spirits Liquor and Lounge ........................................................................78 Hispanic Human Resources Council, Inc. ......................................................64 Historical Society of Palm Beach County ......................................................83 Holyfield & Thomas, LLC ..................................................................................83 Jupiter Medical Center ......................................................................................9 KAST Construction ..............................................................................................4 The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts ..............................113 Lynn University ..................................................................................................34 Memorial Health Care System ........................................................................99 Minto Communities ....................................................................................11, 43 NAI Merrin Hunter Codman ............................................................................70 Palm Beach Atlantic University......................................................................179 Palm Beach Kennel Club ..............................................................................119 Palm Beach Opera, Inc. ................................................................................112 Palm Beach Park of Commerce ....................................................................62 Palm Beach State College ............................................................................105 Palm Beach Yacht Club & Marina..................................................................83 Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society ......................................................83 Paradigm Shift at Work ....................................................................................10 Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League ..........................................................82 Port of Palm Beach District ..............................................................................63 Pratt & Whitney (A United Technologies Company) ......................................5 Reichel Realty & Investments, Inc. ..................................................................73 SouthWest Airlines ..................................................................Inside Back Cover St. Mary’s Medical Center and The Palm Beach Children’s Hospital ........95 Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida..............................................155 Tim & Deb’s Cleaners ......................................................................................82 Tomasello, Inc. ................................................................................................174 United Franchise Group ..................................................................................60 West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority ..................................2

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Guide to The Palm Beaches 2018  
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