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"If Florida was a stock, it would be a strong buy."

- Mark Wilson, Florida Chamber of Commerce

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[Business]  Florida Chamber Forecasts 200K New Jobs in 2020
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

The Florida Chamber of Commerce predicts employees in the state will create 200,000 jobs in 2020, and that the state will see 320,000 new residents come during the year.

“If Florida was a stock, it would be a strong buy,” said Mark Wilson, president and CEO of the Florida Chamber.

But there remain challenges like a skills gap that means 284,000 job openings remain unfilled, as 323,000 Floridians actively look for work.

Jerry Parrish, chief economist for the Florida Chamber Foundation, released the organization’s newest economic forecast, which identified bright spots and challenges facing the business community in the state. 

On that latter front, the Chamber predicts significant turmoil if Florida voters pass a $15-per-hour minimum wage requirement, which progressive leaders have pushed to get on the 2020 ballot, or if the Legislature eliminates Visit Florida, which state House Speaker Jose Oliva has publicly stated would be a prudent fiscal decision.

Regarding a wage boost, Parrish noted no other state has put so high a pay requirement up for a statewide referendum before, and states passed referenda with lower rates still failed the meet the 60-percent threshold required to change Florida’s constitution through a ballot initiative. But the prospect phasing in such rapid growth in the minimum wage—Florida’s minimum wage rose to $8.49 and hour at the state of the year, will likely put small businesses under, Parrish said.

As for Visit Florida, he said killing the state’s de facto tourism agency would be folly. “Successful businesses market themselves,” he said, “and Florida has had much success marketing itself to businesses around the world.”

But overall, Florida business leaders remain confident Florida is on the track—and so do consumers by a 2-to-1 margin. Wilson praised Gov. Ron DeSantis for pushing a pro-business, anti-regulation agenda in Tallahassee.

The Chamber noted Florida, if it were a country, would have the 17th largest economy in the world, just ahead of Saudi Arabia. And current projects show Florida by 2030 could grow to be in the top 10 ahead of Russia, Mexico and Spain.

“Florida is at a crossroads,” Wilson said. “We just have to make the right long-term decisions.” 

Chart courtesy Florida Chamber Foundation

[New Hire]  Manatee Chamber Announces Hiring of Amy Farrington as Vice President, Public Policy & Small Business

The Manatee Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Amy Farrington will join its staff as Vice President, Public Policy & Small Business, beginning February 3.  Ms. Farrington’s focus will include the Manatee Chamber’s policy development and advocacy efforts at the local, state, and federal level, as well as strategic resources for small businesses. 

Ms. Farrington joins the Chamber having served as the Director of Strategic and Administrative Initiatives at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee since 2016. Her prior experience includes public policy leadership positions with the Sarasota Chamber of Commerce and Jacksonville (FL) Chamber of Commerce. She also served in positions with the Florida Department of State as well as in private practice as an attorney. Ms. Farrington earned her law degree from the University of Florida (UF) College of Law, her M.S.A. in Public Administration from the University of West Florida, and her B.A. from UF.  

“We are thrilled to have Amy joining our team at the Chamber,” said Jacki Dezelski, President & CEO of the Manatee Chamber. “She brings a wealth of knowledge of policy development, an understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing the greater Manatee County area, and a commitment to priorities that ensure a strong economic environment supporting local businesses and their employees.”

Ms. Farrington’s current and past community involvement includes the Leadership Manatee program, Dive into Reading, Bridge a Life, ShelterBoxUSA, Bradenton Kiwanis, and the Early Learning Coalition of Sarasota County. She is a graduate of the University of South Florida Professional Development Leadership program and completed two years of the prestigious U. S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Organization Management program.  

[Sports]  Bradentucky Bombers Roller Derby host Team Florida Double Header

The Bradentucky Bombers are excited to announce our Pre-Season Double Header on Saturday, January 25th. Game One is Bradentucky Fusion Bombs versus Team Florida Roller Derby, a team comprised of top skaters all over the state. Game Two is Team Florida Roller Derby versus the Magic City Misfits: River City Rejects of DeLand, Florida. We will be hosting both games consecutively on Saturday, January 25th at Ellenton Ice & Sports Complex (5309 29th St E., Ellenton, Florida 34222) at 5:00 pm doors open at 4:30pm. Tickets are available. After party begins after the games at Darwin Brewing Company and Taproom (803 17th Ave W., Bradenton, Florida 34205). The Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) is the international governing body for the sport of women's flat track roller derby. Being an official league means that we will now be competing for a ranking against the top teams in the world. This is a big step for our league here in Bradenton and we look forward to being a leader in the world of women’s roller derby. 

Photo by Maddox Weber. Video by Patrick Laughrey.

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[Recognition]  Maria Del Carmen Ramos to Speak at 2020 American Immigration Lawyers Association National Conference

Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP is pleased to announce that Partner Maria del Carmen Ramos has been invited to serve as a member of the distinguished faculty at the 2020 American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Annual Conference on Immigration Law to be held June 17-20, 2020 where she will be speaking about employer compliance and enforcement issues that have grown dramatically under the current administration. With nearly two decades of experience navigating the immigration statutes, regulations, and policy guidance, Maria is able to help employers efficiently and cost-effectively move employees where they need them, when they need them. She takes time to understand her clients’ needs and objectives at the outset, enabling her to properly counsel her clients on the immigration options available to them, whether it be a business visa (E-3, H-1B, H-1B1, H-3, L, O, P, R, and TN), investment visa (E-2, EB-5, etc.), or permanent residence. By carefully building her clients’ immigration cases early on, Maria sees fewer requests for evidence, which ultimately mean faster and less expensive processing for her clients.

AILA is the national association of more than 15,000 lawyers and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. AILA member lawyers represent U.S. families seeking permanent residence for close family members, as well as U.S. businesses seeking talent from the global marketplace. Twice named Tampa’s top immigration lawyer, Maria understands that immigration law is a way for employers to move human capital, including workers’ knowledge, talent, skills, experience, and training, around the world.

Aside from helping employers move workers around the world, Maria also helps employers comply with their I-9 obligations. Among other things, Maria routinely conducts compliance audits for clients to determine if they are properly verifying their employees’ eligibility to work in the United States (I-9 compliance). By conducting these audits, Maria can help employers avoid thousands of dollars in fines and penalties. 

[Healthcare]  New "Go-To" Hospital in Sarasota County Coming Soon

B & I Contractors, a Florida based subcontracting and building services firm, has been awarded the HVAC and plumbing contracts for the new Sarasota Memorial Hospital project located in Venice, Florida. The new hospital is approximately 360,000 square feet and will be a full service hospital. The hospital will feature an Emergency Department, Operating Rooms, Oncology Department, Labor and Delivery and 90 Patient Beds. The project also includes a new Central Energy Plant which houses three 1,200 ton centrifugal chillers, one 120 ton heat recovery chiller, four 4,000 MBH boilers and three 1,200 ton cooling towers. The project is a design-assist effort with Sarasota Memorial Hospital, Gilbane Building Company and Affiliated Engineers.B&I Contractors is excited about this opportunity to employ our knowledge of construction, LEAN practices and our prefabrication capabilities to provide a successful project for Sarasota Memorial Hospital. “We are fortunate to have been awarded these contracts, as this affords us the opportunity to provide a much needed facility for the hospital and the surrounding communities.”, said Jason Grabowski, Executive Vice President. 

[New Restaurant]  Kurtos Chimney Cake Opens in Downtown Sarasota

Kurtos Chimney Cake has found a new home in downtown Sarasota, opening tomororw. The urban casual Bakery/Eatery is conveniently located right at the corner of the recently renovated Pineapple Square at 1383 McAnsh Sq., Sarasota, Fl 34236. Kurtos Chimney Cake will continue to offer the European-style traditional, handcrafted & freshly baked chimney cakes with a variety of delicious sweet and savory toppings as well its award-wining chimney bread sandwich cones with homemade chicken, shrimp and veggie salads. The new menu will also feature great lunch items and unique desserts such as ‘chimney subs’ with chips and a drink to eat-in or to-go, boxed salads, and weekly sweet chimney cone ice-cream specials.  The family owned & operated small business – established in 2015 – will continue to bake fresh the traditional sweet & savory chimney cakes at the Sarasota Farmers Market (Saturdays 7am-1pm, year around rain or shine) and at The Market at Lakewood Ranch (Sundays 10am-2pm, November-April). 

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[Attorneys]  Icard Merrill Names New Shareholders

The law firm of Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen, and Ginsburg, P.A., is pleased to announce that Attorneys Lindsey A. Meshberger, Anthony J. Manganiello, and Stephen D. Rees, Jr., have been named shareholders of the firm. In addition, Attorneys Natalie G. Coldiron and Jordan J. Riccardi were named members. 

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[Real Estate]  SVN Coastal Commercial Advisors Manages Sale of Tampa Office Building for $2,025,000

Senior Advisors, John Milsaps and Kenny Anderson of SVN Coastal Commercial Advisors recently coordinated the purchase and sale of 27,841 SF office building, Northwoods Business Center I, in Tampa, FL. GLIC Real Estate Holding LLC, was the seller, represented by Darren Tappen of Kidder Matthews, and John Milsaps and Kenny Anderson of SVN Coastal Commercial Advisors. Rosner Family Properties was the buyer and was not represented in the transaction. Purchase price was $2,025,000. Northwoods Business Center I is New York based Rosner Family Property’s second acquisition in SW Florida. “True value add Tampa investments are few and far between. We got a solid 6 qualified offers on this property, due to that fact alone,” said Milsaps, concerning the sale.  SVN was retained to lease and renew several spaces in the building before the property was put up for sale.  “In a patient and calculated plan, we were able to stabilize this investment to a point where the seller could exceed expectations and the buyer could still see great opportunity,” said Anderson. The buyer plans to make several improvements to the property to stabilize the asset and hold long term. 

[Philanthropy]  Roberta Leventhal Sudakoff Foundation Awards $50,000 to Children First

For millions of parents, the safety of their child(ren) is both a top priority and constant worry. Thanks to a grant of $50,000 from the Roberta Leventhal Sudakoff Foundation, Children First will be able to improve building security at four of its locations in Sarasota. 

Access control doors and upgraded security cameras will be placed in every classroom and public space at the Helen R. Payne Center located on 33rd Street, the Helen R. Payne Annex located on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way, the ROSS Center (a partnership site with the Sarasota Housing Authority), and the Linnie E. Dalbeck Center located on Oak Street (a partnership site with First Presbyterian Church). The improved building security will be put into place to further enhance the safety of more than 150 children and their families each year, as well as hundreds of staff members, volunteers, and supporters.

“Through the generosity of the Roberta Leventhal Sudakoff Foundation, our children will have a safe space to develop the healthy skills they need to thrive, and our parents can better focus on work and their own education with the assurance of their child’s safety. We are deeply appreciative for this comprehensive support that ensures the security of every man, woman, and child who walks through our front doors,” says President & CEO Philip Tavill. 

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Syd Solomon: Concealed and Revealed , December 15 – April 26

Concealed and Revealed offers a unique selection of paintings by the artist, along with numerous objects from the Solomon Archive on view for the first time. Syd Solomon (American, 1917-2004) described himself as an “Abstract Impressionist” alluding to the fact that his work infused impressionism into the processes, scale and concepts of Abstract Expressionism. Solomon moved to Sarasota in 1946 with his wife Annie. His was the first work of contemporary art to be collected by The Ringling in 1962. His paintings were greatly influenced by climatic factors and reveal a fascination and concern for Florida’s aquatic environment. Solomon incorporated his experience as a camouflage designer during World War II into his painting. It is not well-known that he was also an accomplished graphic artist, who in his early years designed commercial signage for prominent hotels and businesses in Sarasota. Like his work in camouflage, Solomon’s calligraphic skill was essential to the development of his later gestural abstraction.

Syd Solomon: Concealed and Revealed is presented in partnership with the Estate of Syd Solomon and is accompanied by a 96-page publication with essays by former curator at The Ringling Michael Auping, George S. Bolge, Dr. Gail Levin, and Mike Solomon. The exhibition will include artworks from private collections and The Ringling’s permanent collection.

John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota

[SOON]  GALLERY: Dabbert Gallery Presents "Local Color, Florida Style" , January 3 – January 31, 11am-5pm

Dabbert Gallery presents the exhibition "Local Color, Florida Style" to open at the First Firday Gallery Walk on Friday, January 3, 2020 and continues through January 31, 2020. Featuring six of the gallery's Florida artists including Arnold Desmarais, Martin Dunn, Bill Farnsworth, James Griffin, Joe Palmerio and Luke Steadman. Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 5pm.

Dabbert Gallery, 46 S. Palm Avenue, Sarasota, FL

[SOON]  GALLERY: Rainforest Masks of Costa Rica at Selby Gardens , January 5 – January 26, Opening Reception: January 4, 2020, 4:30-6:30pm. Exhibit open Gardens hours.

Enjoy a one-of-a-kind display of native Borucan Art at the annual Rainforest Masks of Costa Rica exhibit and sale. The Opening Reception on January 4, will give attendees the first chance to purchase the masks of their choosing before the exhibit opens to the general public on January 5. The hand-carved and painted, vibrant masks will be on display in The Museum of Botany & the Arts. Members of the Borucan tribe will be at the exhibit on select days for mask carving demonstrations.

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, 900 S. Palm Avenue, Sarasota

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning (SILL) , January 7 – March 26, 10:30 am

Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning (SILL) is preparing for its 49th year of extremely popular global issues lectures and musical conversations. In 2020, these programs will begin in January and continue through the end of March. Speakers of global issues lectures are well-known, highly experienced experts, and guests on musical conversations are internationally renowned musicians, singers, and performers. SILL is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization. In its 49th season, its programs will include 96 lectures and musical conversations presented in Sarasota, Venice, and Lakewood Ranch. SILL audiences mostly consist of highly educated and intellectually curious seniors living on the Suncoast year-round or during winter months. SILL also simulcasts some of its lectures to selected senior communities. Last year, attendance at SILL events exceeded 40,000. Single tickets to SILL events are only $10 at the door when available, and a season ticket for 12 same-day lectures cost just $85, which represents substantial savings. For program schedules, venues, speaker bios, and ordering season tickets visit sillsarasota.org

First United Methodist Church, 104 S. Pineapple Ave.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: SWAC Lecture: Jamal Abdi , January 14, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Join the Sarasota World Affairs Council for the next program in its 2019-20 Lecture Series, “The Politics of Hate Have Driven the U.S. and Iran to the Brink,” featuring Jamal Abdi, President of the National Iranian American Council. Mr. Abdi will describe the background and mission of the Iranian-American Council, as well as provide an update on the current Iranian-American relationship and international efforts to establish prospects for peace in the region. Each SWAC lecture is followed by a members-only reception with the speaker in a historic building on Sarasota Bay. The lecture is free, but reservations are suggested.

Mildred Sainer Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  MUSIC: Celebrating Sondheim , January 18, 4pm

Choral Artists of Sarasota continues its 41st season with “Celebrating Sondheim,” Saturday, January 18, 4 pm, at Riverview Performing Arts Center, 1 Ram Way, Sarasota. This tribute to Stephen Sondheim, who is celebrating his 90th birthday this year, features his music from such acclaimed Broadway shows as A Little Night MusicCompanySweeney Todd, and Sunday in the Park with George. Renowned musical theater artists Ann Morrison, Amy Jo Connours, Michaela Ristaino, Ben Pattison, and Matthew Nall will join the 40 singers of Choral Artists of Sarasota in this concert. “In celebrating Sondheim in his 90th year, this performance allows us to present a retrospective of his most iconic works alongside some musical gems that will touch a chord in all of us,” says Joseph Holt, artistic director. “Sondheim has the gift to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.” Tickets are $28 to $45; $5 for students. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.ChoralArtistsSarasota.org or call 941-387-4900. A free Concert Insights event, which offers audiences the opportunity to learn about the artistic director’s insights about the program theme and music—and a chance to meet soloist Ann Morrison —is Tuesday, January 7, 10 am, at Center for Arts and Humanity, 1226 N. Tamiami Trail.  The event is free but please register online or by phone as seating is limited.

Riverview Performing Arts Center, 1 Ram Way, Sarasota

[SOON]  FOOD: Caregivers Comfort Socializing Lunch , January 20, 12:15pm-1:45pm

Julie Cook Downing, President of Caregivers' Comfort Creations, LLC and Doctors Hospital Caregiver Support Group Facilitator, hosts a monthly lunch at The Rosemary restaurant in Sarasota. This event provides caregivers some time to relax, enjoy themselves and eat a delicious meal with others sharing similar situations. The lunch takes place from 12:15-1:45pm.

The Rosemary, 411 North Orange Avenue

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Mote Marine Laboratory's Lecture Series: Insights into the Lives of Sarasota Bay's Bottlenose Dolphins , January 20, 6:30 pm

Mote's Special Lecture Series features expert speakers highlighting fascinating ocean topics on Monday evenings. Doors open at 5:30 pm and lectures start at 6:30 pm in Mote Marine Laboratory's WAVE Center, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, 34236. Cost is $10 for members and $15 for non-members (per ticket per lecture). Registration required for all. Jan. 20: Dr. Randall S. Wells—"Insights into the lives of Sarasota Bay's bottlenose dolphins, from 50 years of research"

WAVE Center at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium, 1600 Ken Thompson Pkwy, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  HEALTH: Brain Health Matters Lecture Series: Physical Activity and Implications for Brain Health , January 22, 6:30pm Registration. 7-9pm Presentation

Join us for our 3rd Brain Health Matters! Lecture Series: Brain Health & Physical Activity with Dr. John J. Ratey & Dr. Stephanie Peabody.  In this presentation, Dr. John J. Ratey from Harvard Medical School and the Brain Health Initiative will show us that moving our bodies has a profound positive effect on the physiological health of our brains. Further, Dr. Ratey will share how physical activity optimizes our brain performance, including our cognitive abilities and emotional wellbeing across the lifespan. We will see how our brains have evolved to help us move, think and understand to successfully face the demands of our environment. We will end with a series of brain healthy recommendations to apply to your own lives. You will learn how exercise stabalizes blod pressure, improves cardiac performance, decreases diabetes risk, boosts the immune system, increases metabolism, improves our ability to think and remember throughout life and reduces risk for Cognitive Decline, Azheimer's Disease and Parkinson's.

Black Box Theatre at The Out-of-Door Academy, 5950 Deer Drive, Lakewood Ranch

[SOON]  SEMINAR: New Topics Lecture Series | From Downton to Gatsby: Jewelry and Fashion from 1890-1929 , January 23, 5:30pm

A lecture with Andrew Prince. Downton Abbey’s main characters sported a glittering array of tiaras, combs, earrings and necklaces. Prince was the artist behind these exquisite creations. His talk will explore the fascinating intersection of jewelry, fashion and history in the opulent era at the turn of the twentieth century.  Tickets are $15. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made at ncf.edu/new-topics, or by calling the New College events hotline at 941-487-4888. 

Mildred Sainer Auditorium, 5313 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota

[SOON]  BUSINESS: BeingWE: Follow Your Bliss: How Our Brains Are Uniquely Wired to Take Action , January 23, 4:30-7:30pm

Women are natural-born leaders. Yet, many feel overwhelmed by attempting to juggle life’s demands and have it all—home, family, and career. How to balance work and home life? The Women’s Resource Center will explore these issues with BeingWE (Being Women Empowered), a guided conversation series for women by women, created by Keren Lifrak, an area-based entrepreneur and real estate professional. The series launches with three sessions: The Superwoman Badge, October 29th, Women Balancing Business & Life: Creating What’s Possible Against All Odds, December 3rd and Follow Your Bliss: How Our Brains Are Uniquely Wired to Take Action, January 23rd. Each session is 4:30-7:30 p.m., and all genders are welcome to participate.  

The Women’s Resource Center, 340 S Tuttle Ave, Sarasota, FL 34237

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Creative Kids at Art Center Sarasota: All Mixed Up , January 25, 1-3:30pm

Mixed Media taught by Shelley Kishpaugh. Taking inspiration from Picasso, students will make a face using a mix of things like cardboard, craft foam, markers, yarn and more and then write a brief story about the person or animal they created. This Saturday class is for youth ages 6-10. Projects are created and taught by our talented summer camp teachers. All supplies included. Students must be registered by the Thursday before the session starts. Sessions will be canceled Friday morning if we do not have enough students registered."

Art Center Sarsota, 707 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

[SOON]  THEATER: America's Funniest Show Comes to Sarasota , January 27, 7:00 pm

It’s the guys vs the gals in this wild, feisty, hilarious, interactive show on love, sex, dating, and relationships in 2020– featuring an on-stage lineup of the city’s most dynamic voices, specialists, and personalities! Hosted by Brian Howie - an award-winning director, producer, and the best-selling author of How to Find Love in 60 Seconds.

McCurdy's Comedy Theatre and Humor Institute , 923 Ringling Blvd

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: One Book, One Community, 2020 , January 31, 10:30am in North Port; 7pm in Downtown Sarasota

Sarasota County Libraries and Historical Resources announces the return of the popular One Book, One Community program for 2020 with the selection of Kate Moore's "The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women." The book details the true story of unsafe and deadly workplace conditions for female workers during World War I who painted radium on watch dials, and later military equipment at factories in New Jersey and Illinois. Many experienced painful, disfiguring and fatal cancers as a result of their exposure to radium. These young women began a race-against-time fight for justice that would forever change US labor laws. The program has recognized local authors as well as world-renowned writers. A committee selects the One Book title and then hosts a public event with the author and readers. This celebration includes follow-up programs at county libraries and other venues. Anyone can participate in One Book, One Community by attending a library event or hosting their own book discussion.

Suncoast Technical College ; Selby Public Library, 4445 Career Lane, North Port; Downtown Sarasota

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Sarasota Ballet: Redefined Movement , January 31, 7:30pm-9:45pm

The Sarasota Ballet launches the 2020 Winter - Spring Season with the January 31st opening of Redefined Movement, at the FSU Center for the Performing Arts. The triple bill includes Sir Frederick Ashton’s dazzling Les Rendezvous, an early example of the intricate and nuanced choreography present throughout Ashton’s career; the Company Premiere of Paul Taylor’s Brandenburgs, a display of Paul Taylor’s signature approach to modern choreography choreographed to Johann Sebastian Bach’s "Brandenburg Concertos"; and Dominic Walsh's robust and vivacious celebration of Neapolitan culture and charm, I Napoletani.

FSU Center for the Performing Arts, 5555 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243

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