October 21, 2014

Friday's Daily Pulse

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| 4/26/2013

› South Florida Super Bowl committee reveals details of bid for 2016 or 2017 game
Picture this: Biscayne Boulevard transformed into a mile-long street party, featuring live concerts, a Ferris wheel and more. That urban carnival is exactly what the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee promises for downtown Miami, should the NFL’s biggest game return to town in 2016 or ’17.

› Startup Quest will give training to unemployed college degree-holders
A new training program called Startup Quest will give unemployed Northeast Florida residents with college degrees some real-life training in turning cutting-edge research into marketable products.

› Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas now calls Brevard home
The Royal Caribbean cruise ship Enchantment of the Seas entered Port Canaveral this morning in preparation for its first sailing from its new home port. This is the first time in four years that Royal Caribbean has brought a new ship to Port Canaveral.

› Benderson Park tries to lure major triathlon
Nathan Benderson Park backers are hoping to bring an Olympic qualifying, world cup triathlon race — one of only eight held nationally — to the grounds each year.

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