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September 26, 2018

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

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| 12/5/2017

› Marco Island sees eye-popping home sales as busy season kicks off
Marco Island Realtor Jim Prange had a lot to be thankful for in November. He and his daughter, Nikki Prange-Carroll, partners and associates with Premier Sotheby’s International Realty's Marco office, had a busy month that included the resale of the priciest home ever sold on the island.

› Bank of America hands Orlando Science Center $200,000 grant
The Orlando Science Center has received $200,000, along with the potential to access more capital in the future, from Bank of America, museum and bank officials announced.

› Christmas tree shortage impacts Sarasota
The nationwide shortage, which the National Christmas Tree Association said is a delayed result of the Great Recession a decade ago, is driving up prices and cutting supplies, including for some in Sarasota and Manatee counties.

› Jacksonville Jaguars see EverBank Field tour program as way to hook more fans
A tour group of about a dozen people had that rare glimpse from an NFL owner’s point of view last week as part of a newly instituted stadium tour program by the Jaguars.

› Global business delegation touring the Space Coast Tuesday for best practices, innovation gains
Brevard County apparently has some things to teach the world when it comes to tech innovation and entrepreneurship — and some of that instruction begins Tuesday.

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