September 3, 2015

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Top Private Companies Ranked by Revenue for 2014
2015
Rank
Name
City
Phone
Web site
2014 Revenues
(thousands)
2014 Revenues
2013 Revenue
% Change
Number of
Employees
Business Category, Other
Florida Key Executive 1

1
Publix Super Markets Inc.
Lakeland
(863) 688-7407 x54202
corporate.publix.com
$30,802
$29,148
6%
76,000
Retail grocery stores
Ed Crenshaw, CEO
2
Sun Capital Partners Inc.
Boca Raton
(561) 394-0550
suncappart.com
$25,000
$25,000
0%
165
Private investment firm
Rodger R. Krouse, Co-CEO
3
H.I.G. Capital Management1
Miami
(305) 379-2322
higcapital.com
$17,000
$13,000
31%
250
Investment holding company
Tony Tamer, Founder and Co-CEO
4
JM Family Enterprises, Inc.
Deerfield Beach
(954) 429-2000
jmfamily.com
$13,100
$12,500
5%
3,991
Automotive
Colin Brown, President & CEO
5
Southern Wine & Spirits of America
Miami
(305) 625-4171
southernwine.com
$11,800
$11,400
4%
14,000
Wine & spirits distributor
Harvey R. Chaplin, Chairman

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