Ocala’s Allergy and Asthma Care joins the network

Allergy and Asthma Care of Florida joins the AllerVie Health network

Allergy and Asthma Care of Florida, with offices in Ocala and The Villages, has joined AllerVie Health, a nationwide network of certified allergists.

Dr G. Edward Stewart II, Dr Thomas L. Johnson II and Beau J. Caruthers, APRN, “continue to practice medicine and provide exemplary allergy and immunology services to patients in current locations, ensuring continuity of care, “according to a press release from the practice.

“AllerVie Health’s focus on clinical research, innovation and expansion of care will provide the opportunity to bring clinical trials, new treatments and other resources to people with allergies and asthma throughout the region, ”the statement said.

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Ocala has a new U-Haul location

U-Haul Company of Florida has a new location in Ocala: Empire Food Mart, 2375 NE 25th Ave.

This location will provide U-Haul trucks, moving supplies and other services.

U-Haul Equipment

“U-Haul has partnered with independent dealers to offer moving equipment since 1945. With the COVID-19 outbreak creating tough times for small businesses, more than 20,000 dealers in the United States and Canada are creating additional income through their U-Haul partnership. according to a press release from U-Haul.

The city of Ocala honored for the presentation of its budget

The city of Ocala received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association for its budget for the fiscal year 2020-2021.

Ocala Town Hall

“This award is the highest form of recognition in government budgeting; although not consecutive, the city has already received this honor a total of 30 times over the years,” the city said in a press release.

New owner for the large warehouse that Signature Brands rents

Stan Johnson Co., a commercial real estate investment brokerage firm, negotiated the sale of the new 193,750 square foot warehouse located at 1921 SW 44th Ave., Ocala. This facility was built for Signature Brands, which has a long-term lease on the structure.

The building was sold for $ 20.7 million to LBA Logistics, a developer and institutional fund manager based in Irvine, California.

“We were overwhelmed by the interest in this asset,” Craig Tomlinson of Stan Johnson Co. said in a press release. “It sold like a quality tenant in Orlando – a real testament to the depth and competitive state of the Florida industry.”

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Kevin Sheilley named 2021 Executive of the Year by state association

Kevin Sheilley, CEO and President of the Ocala Metro Chamber & Economic Partnership, received the 2021 Executive of the Year award from the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals (FACP) at the association’s recent annual meeting in Jupiter.

Also, the CEP once again obtained the status of Certified Plus Chamber.

Kevin Sheilley, left, and Cory Skeates, president and CEO of the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce and past president of the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals, right.

“The recognition from FACP has been a great surprise and an incredible honor,” Sheilley said in a CEP press release. “Being recognized by my peers is a lesson in humility. Although the award was given to me, it really is a team award. The CEP team is second to none and makes me look good, but also our community. “

Marion County Generates Record $ 3.6 Million in Tourism Tax Revenue

Marion County collected a record $ 3.6 million in tax revenue in fiscal year 2020-2021, according to a press release from the county government. The tax applies to short-term accommodation (less than six months).

The total for 2020-2021 was more than $ 600,000 higher than the previous record year, the release said, and increased by more than $ 1 million from 2019-2020.

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County Commission Chairman Jeff Gold

“This is incredible news, not only for the tourism industry, but for all of Marion County, as tourism supports thousands of jobs and saves residents hundreds of dollars in taxes every year. County commission chairman Jeff Gold said in the statement. “I am proud of our resilient hotel community for pushing through the pandemic and providing a safe place for travelers to visit. A big thank you also to our residents for continuing to support local businesses. “

Cresco Labs Operation Ocala is now part of the Sunnyside brand

Cresco Labs, America’s leading wholesaler of branded cannabis products, has converted its Ocala One Plant dispensary to its national retail brand Sunnyside, according to a press release from the company.

Cresco Labs converted its Ocala One Plant dispensary to its national retail brand Sunnyside,

The move came after the company received approval from the Florida Department of Health’s Office of Medical Marijuana (OMMU).

The Ocala store, 811 NE 36th Ave., and seven other One Plant locations (Avon Park, Bonita Springs, Boynton Beach, Orlando-Fern Park, Jacksonville, Port St. Lucie, and St. Petersburg) are now Sunnyside.

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