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Palm City Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours/Comedy & Cocktails

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Stuart - On Saturday, January 18, 2020 the Palm City Chamber of Commerce along with Helping People Succeed enjoy their first Business After Hours, "Comedy & Cocktails." Suzy Hutcheson of Helping People Succeed shared her space with the Chamber and spoke about what Helping People Succeed does for the community. The location of the event was held at the Helping People Succeed offices located at 1601 NE Braille Place in Stuart.
For more information about Helping People Succeed and what they do for the community contact at: 772.320.0770.

The comedian for the evening was Mr. Gary DeLena. He is an impressionist, musician and a comedian! He just likes to have fun and it showed throughout the night, he had everyone laughing the entire evening!

The Mission of the Palm City Chamber is "To serve as the principle advocate of the community and its businesses, acting as the catalyst in promoting the economic development of the Palm City area, stimulating jobs and improving the quality of life."
The Palm City Chamber is the only Chamber on the Treasure Coast that offers private tours of member businesses exclusively to their members. Contact them at: 772-286-8121 for more information to join the Chamber.

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Bank of America Host Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours/Festival of The Arts Poster Unveiling

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Hobe Sound- On Thursday, January 16, 2020 the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce unveiled the Poster for the Festival of the Arts!
The event was held at the Bank of America Hobe Sound, located at 11900 SE Federal Highway. Robert Lord Jr. was in attendance and spoke about Cleveland Clinic /Martin Health sponsoring the Festival of the Arts for 2020.
This year's poster was unveiled by Robert Lord - Cleveland Clinic / Martin Health and Lainey Muenich - CEO Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce. Poster for the Festival of the Arts was painted by artist Kevin Hutchinson.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)non-profit organization. Their mission is to advance the general welfare and the prosperity of the Hobe Sound area so that its citizens and all areas of its business community shall prosper. All necessary means of promotion shall be provided and particular attention and emphasis shall be given to the economic, civic, commercial, cultural, industrial and educational interests of the area.

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Hog Technologies Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting

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Stuart - On Wednesday, January 15, 2020. The HOG Technologies located in Stuart at 3920 SE Commerce Avenue, celebrated their Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting with Stuart/Martin Chamber of Commerce, Palm City Chamber of Commerce and Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce. 

Complimentary hor d'oeuvres and drinks were served. The night's keynote speaker was Dr. John C. Maxwell. Dr. Maxwell is author, speaker and coach who has written many books on leadership. His books have sold millions of copies with some on the New York Times Best Seller List.

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Hobe Sound Bible College/Academy Host Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce January Monthly Breakfast

Stuart - On January 7, 2020 the Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce enjoyed their breakfast with their members at the Fur Seasons Resort for Pets in Stuart. The Fur Seasons provides a Dog and Cat Boarding and Doggie Day Care experience.It is a dog-friendly, 8100 Sq. Ft. building completely air-conditioned, fire-sprinklered, and hurricane-safe. There is someone on the property 24/7, so our fur-guests are never left alone. They are recommended by many area veterinarians and most of their new clients come to them through referrals from current clients. For more information contact them at: 772-286-8283.

Whether you own a business, represent one, lead a corporate office, or manage an association, the Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce® provides you with a voice of experience and influence locally as well as in Tallahassee. Our core mission is to fight for business and free enterprise before the State Legislature, the Governor’s mansion, regulatory agencies, the courts and the court of public opinion.

From its headquarters on Kanner Highway, the Chamber maintains a professional energetic staff representing you.

Their members include businesses of all sizes and sectors—from large Fortune 500 companies to home-based, one-person operations. In fact, 96% of our membership encompasses businesses with fewer than 50 employees.

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The Fur Seasons Resort for Pets Hosts Stuart/Martin County Chamber Networking Breakfast

In Photo: Peter Einhorn and Drue Pollack, Brandy Staab, Rebecca Miller, Tommy Woolfson, Hannah Spurr, Robert Fuss and Kelly Kensinger of the Fur Seasons Resort

Stuart - On January 7, 2020 the Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce enjoyed their breakfast with their members at the Fur Seasons Resort for Pets in Stuart. The Fur Seasons provides a Dog and Cat Boarding and Doggie Day Care experience.It is a dog-friendly, 8100 Sq. Ft. building completely air-conditioned, fire-sprinklered, and hurricane-safe. There is someone on the property 24/7, so our fur-guests are never left alone. They are recommended by many area veterinarians and most of their new clients come to them through referrals from current clients. For more information contact them at: 772-286-8283.

Whether you own a business, represent one, lead a corporate office, or manage an association, the Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce® provides you with a voice of experience and influence locally as well as in Tallahassee. Our core mission is to fight for business and free enterprise before the State Legislature, the Governor’s mansion, regulatory agencies, the courts and the court of public opinion.

From its headquarters on Kanner Highway, the Chamber maintains a professional energetic staff representing you.

Their members include businesses of all sizes and sectors—from large Fortune 500 companies to home-based, one-person operations. In fact, 96% of our membership encompasses businesses with fewer than 50 employees.

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In Photo:  Jeff Beagle - Comcast Business, Bryant Smith - Dream Works and Nicole Sprague - Jensen Beach Bowl.

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In Photo:  David Bradford - Edward Jones and Tyler Wolf - Wolf Accounting & Tax Services.

 

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In Photo:  Frank Valente - President/CEO and Candace Callahan - Humane Society of the Treasure Coast.

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In Photo: Jeff Beagle - Comcast Business, Bryant Smith - Dream Works and Nicole Sprague - Jensen Beach Bowl.

Palm City Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting for Palm City Farms Produce & Market

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Located at 3706 SW Citrus Blvd. in Palm City.
If you have not been to see them you are in for a treat! Lots of fresh produce and organic items to choose from. Best of all is the friendly greeting you get when you go in!!
A must to visit this holiday season.

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Indiantown Chamber of Commerce Unveils their "Window of Opportunity" at the 54th Annual Installation & Awards Banquet

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The Indiantown Chamber of Commerce will be holding their 54th Annual Installation & Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 16th at 6:00pm at the Historic Seminole Inn in Indiantown. Chamber members and guests are welcome to enjoy a delicious meal as the new board members are sworn in for the 2020 year and the officers that are retiring from the board will be thanked properly for their service and dedication to the chamber.

“The chamber is thankful to our members and the community as a whole, whose support and involvement has been the key to helping our chamber sustain. We look forward revealing and celebrating the new ideas and changes to be implemented in the new 2020 Vision Strategy Plan which will make this a stronger, more engaging chamber with more networking and advertising opportunities. In addition to the new logo, the plan also includes The Window (new online newsletter), a stronger presence on social media and eventually a new website. I hope the members and residents will attend this special event since I am eager to share this new strategy with them and meet several people that I have not met since taking this honorary seat,” said new Executive Director Kelly Catania. Tickets can be purchased at www. IndiantownChamber.com. $55 for chamber members and $65 for non-members.

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How Business Owners Can Avoid Deadlocks in Decision Making

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Are you considering starting a business with a friend or family member? If operating as a partnership or LLC, a well-drafted partnership or LLC operating agreement will be crucial to memorialize your economic agreement, organizational structure and key terms, and should include provisions designed to prevent deadlock if a disagreement later arises about important business decisions.

A disagreement concerning a major decision could impede the ability of a business to move forward, placing the future of the business itself in jeopardy. Even if the deadlock concerns a less important decision, the resulting frustration can be damaging to the owners’ relationship and thus harmful to the business. A deadlock could even lead to an expensive and lengthy litigation or to the dissolution of the partnership or LLC.

Deadlock-Breaking Mechanisms
Business owners can avoid this situation by entering into a well-drafted partnership or operating agreement containing provisions designed to prevent a deadlock from ever happening. There are a variety of potential solutions, and the following are among the most common.

Provisions Addressing Decision-Making Authority
In some situations (typically more appropriate for co-owners already having a solid relationship), the partnership or operating agreement could provide for a 50-50 split in profits, but a 51/49 split in control over decision making. Alternatively, in situations in which there is more potential for disagreement, the partnership or operating agreement could name a trusted and impartial individual familiar with the business having a two percent ownership interest who could act as the tiebreaker in a deadlock situation, but allowing the two general partners or members to retain equal ownership and control with a 49-49 split.

Buy-Sell Provisions
A buy-sell provision spells out a means by which one co-owner will buy out the other’s ownership interest in the event of a deadlock (and in any other circumstances specified). A buy-sell provision both encourages deadlocked business owners to find a solution to avoid triggering these provisions and provides a predetermined way for one of the partners or members to exit the business in the event the co-owners are unable to iron out their differences.

These potential solutions have advantages and disadvantages: For example, when co-owners or partners have enjoyed a positive long-term relationship, having a 51/49 split in decision-making authority may seem like the perfect solution. However, there is no guarantee that the relationship will continue to be problem free. Likewise, a buy-sell provision is meaningless unless each of the members or partners has the financial ability to exercise it. It is important to carefully consider which solution or combination of solutions is best suited for your particular circumstances.

Judicial Dissolution
In most states, a partner or member may seek judicial dissolution in situations in which it is clear that there is a deadlock in the management of the partnership or LLC that the co-owners are unable to break and irreparable damage to the business is threatened or has already occurred. For most business owners, this remedy is a last resort, as it inevitably leads to avoidable legal fees and damage to the business and the relationships of the co-owners. Judicial dissolution is much less likely to be necessary when deadlock-breaking provisions have been included in the partnership or operating agreement.

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Destructive consequences can emerge if a business is structured in a way that could lead to deadlock and the partnership or operating agreement lacks provisions for resolving such an impasse. We can help you to prepare a partnership or LLC operating agreement designed to prevent this situation from arising. Please contact us to set up an appointment to discuss this or any other issues related to the formation of your new business.

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Waterblasting Technologies Celebrates Groundbreaking in Stuart

19 Nov Waterblasting

Stuart - Started as a small pressure-washing business before growing into a global leader whose innovative machinery ensures safety on highways and runways. Currently Martin County’s largest privately held manufacturing enterprise, Waterblasting Technologies is breaking ground on a large expansion that will enable the creation of more than 100 new jobs.

At 9:30 a.m. Friday at 3920 S.E. Commerce Ave., Florida Senate President Joe Negron as well as Congressman Brian Mast joined other elected officials and leaders to celebrate the groundbreaking of a 65,000-square-foot addition at Waterblasting.

By unifying its five buildings into a single-purpose factory, the total 100,000-square-foot facility aims to maximize efficiencies across an expanded product line with intents of adding 130 new jobs over the next three years to its current roster of 150 Team Members.

Hog Technologies has already hired former staff from the Lockheed Martin/Sikorsky facility in Jupiter—and is closely considering additional hires amid reports of future layoffs associated with the Blackhawk military helicopter program.

“This is amazing technology being created right here in Stuart—and it’s utilized all over the world,” says Congressman Mast, who recently visited the company to witness its construction of 10 runway cleaning machines for the Airports Authority of India. “The local job creation is extremely exciting. And that the fact that this Stuart company exports nearly 30 percent of its entire revenue base is really quite impressive. Everyone knows that there are enormous trade deficits these days, so anytime we can offset that, that’s great news, not only for our district, but for our country.”

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