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Company notes

Published November 13, 2006



AdSizzle Marketing Inc., 7853 Gunn Highway, No. 123, Tampa, announces the following additions to its client portfolio: Beacon Credit Repair, Tampa; BT Bones Restaurant, Palm Harbor; Martin Schwartz Law Office, Tampa; Natural Springs Pools, Lutz; Otero Insurance Group, Tampa; and Tempo-Guard Roofing, Tampa and Canada.


Wedding, Stephenson & Ibarguen Architects Inc., 300 First Ave. S, Suite 402, St. Petersburg, announces its contract with Creative Concept Builders to design a 10,000-square-foot mixed-use project consisting of a two-story building that will have 6,000 square feet of retail space on the ground level and offices and apartments on the second level, to be developed at Fourth Street and 31st Avenue N, St. Petersburg, $1.25-million.


AmSouth Bank, headquartered in Alabama, announces the opening of a new branch office at 4892 Sun City Center Blvd., Sun City Center. The phone number is (813) 633-4695.


BlackHagen Design, a product design consulting firm, has relocated its corporate offices from 1120 Park Lake St., Orlando, to 811-C Douglas Ave., Dunedin. The phone number is (727) 736-0582.


Ann Shaw Attorney at Law has moved her practice from 522 Alt. U.S. 19, Palm Harbor, to 2706 Alternate 19, Palm Harbor. Shaw's practice concentrates on estate planning and probate law.


CareMedic Systems Inc., 800 Carillon Parkway, Suite 250, St. Petersburg, announces its partnership agreement with QHR Consulting Services of Plano, Texas. The agreement calls for QHR to market CareMedic's electronic Financial Record (eFR) system solution in conjunction with its ongoing revenue cycle consulting engagements.


Rearden Killion Communications (RKC), 820 Ninth Ave. S, St. Petersburg, announces the following new accounts: Merlin Law Group, Tampa, for which RKC will handle public relations activities; and Indentix, Minnetonka, Minn., an identity-solutions company, for which RKC will develop a trade show and sales-related collateral.


Broderick and Associates Inc., 5514 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park, announces this lease transaction: 3JG Trust to Cardio-Techs Inc., 23,431 square feet, industrial warehouse space, new lease, 9900 18th St. N, Suite 103, St. Petersburg.

GVA Advantis, 3000 Bayport Drive, Suite 100, Tampa, announces this sales transaction: Lexington Place LLC to Maxxam Properties LLC, 60,933-square-foot shopping center in Lexington, S.C., $7.93-million.

Plaza Advisors Inc., 3412 W Bay-to-Bay Blvd., Tampa, announces the following sales transactions: Weingarten Realty Investors Inc. to SCI Acquisitions LLC, Town Center at Timber Springs, a 75,204-square-foot retail center in Avalon Park, Orlando, $12-million; and Citizens Associates LTD to Flag Wharf Inc., College Park Plaza, a 68,102-square-foot retail center in Ocala, $8.7-million.


UTEK Corp., 2109 E Palm Ave., Tampa, announces its strategic alliance with GammaCan International Inc. UTEK will identify potential technology acquisition opportunities for GammaCan, a developer of immunotherapies for the treatment of melanoma, cancers and other diseases, which is headquartered in Israel and has offices in New York.

PerforMax3 Inc., 2555 Enterprise Road, No. 8, Clearwater, announces its contract with Navy to provide Web-based training for 92 medical treatment facilities worldwide serving 58,000 medical staffers. The Web-based training package will be used to meet command training and orientation requirements for all Navy medicine.

[Last modified November 12, 2006, 19:33:08]

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