October 20, 2014

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| 10/19/2012

› YouFit partners with Silver Sneakers for seniors
Youfit Health Clubs, based in Coconut Creek, is teaming up with Silver Sneakers, the popular exercise program for seniors to offer free memberships. Seniors sign up through their healhplans such as Humana, AARP and AvMed, and work with a specially trained program advisor to develop an exercise program.
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› Business owner solicits other non-scientology business owners
When supporting a business, do you care about the owner's religious beliefs or political affiliations? One Clearwater business believes that matters.

› Stretch Wrap to relocate to Fort Lauderdale, create 200 jobs
Stretch Wrap Packaging Industries, a manufacturer of plastic stretch wrap for the logistics industry, is relocating its manufacturing plant from Suriname, South America, to Fort Lauderdale and plans to add 200 jobs, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance said Thursday.

› Jabil COO to become CEO
Jabil Circuit Inc. is promoting its chief operating officer, Mark Mondello, to CEO, and its current chief executive is set to become chairman. CEO Timothy Main, who has led the electric parts maker for 12 years, will step down in March as Mondello takes over.

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