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January 13, 2017
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Architectural Metal Flashings opens in Cape Coral

Architectural Metal Flashings has opened at 2659 N.E. 9th Ave., in Cape Coral. The company produces metal panels, metal panel accessories, standard metal flashings, custom metal flashings and ductwork to the building supply industry, roofing industry, general contractors and subcontractors who require specialty building products.

Long-time roofing and materials consultant Jeffrey Bonk is AMF's founder. Having worked for decades with engineers, architects and contractors, he determined the need in the local marketplace for sheet metal fabricators that could offer enhanced technical precision, fulfill orders in a timely fashion and emphasize personalized service.

Company officials have reported that AMF has undertaken arduous testing of its metal roofing panels for high wind velocity and negative pressure resistance. AMF has also pursued extreme-condition testing of components like its vents and eave risers, which are fabricated to eliminate water intrusion and withstand strong uplift conditions.

Various suppliers and contractors have toured AMF's state-of-the art, 12,000-square-foot facility.

Call 239-221-0123 or 866-541-3910 or visit www.architecturalmetalflashings.com for more information.

Schwinn to speak at Above Board Chamber of Florida luncheon Jan. 12

Pavese Law Firm partner Christina Harris Schwinn will serve as a panelist during the Above Board Chamber of Florida's Lee County luncheon on "Workplace Law How to Stay out of Jail in 2017," to be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 12, at Ter-Tini's, located at 1901 Crystal Drive in Fort Myers.

During the luncheon, a panel of experts will discuss workplace law, the consequences of non-compliance and growing a business with confidence. Attendees will learn about the changes in employment law to help ensure their businesses are not breaking any laws in 2017.

In addition to Schwinn, panelists will include Sarah Reich, human resources manager and consultant at Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Company, P.A., and Denise Perchall, business development manager at AccessPoint Workmen Compensations.

Reservations are now being accepted for the luncheon. Registration is $28 for members and $35 for guests. To register, visit www.aboveboardchamber.com or call 239-910-7426 for more information.

Pavese Law Firm is a full-service law firm with offices in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and West Palm Beach. The firm provides a broad range of legal services for individuals, families, small businesses and large corporations. Practice areas include agricultural, banking and finance, bankruptcy, business and taxation, civil litigation, community association, employment, environmental and water, estate planning, probate and trust, family, land use and government, and real estate law.

For more information, visit www.paveselaw.com.

Lee County non-profit receives a face lift from Lennar Corporation

Mid-December found Lennar Homes busy playing Santa's helpers as they sent their workers to perform much-needed repairs at a specially selected facility the non-profit organization, LARC Inc., in Fort Myers.

Every year, Lennar, a leading, award-winning homebuilder, identifies a person or organization in need of building repairs. Then, it steps in to perform its magic with a donation of goods and services by its quality craftsmen.

This year, LARC Inc., in operation since 1954, was the chosen recipient. The organization serves developmentally disabled persons. LARC provides specialized training to clients to achieve optimal daily living skills and employment support.

Lennar workers did an exterior facelift that included pressure washing and painting. They replaced the entryway ceiling soffit and re-set and re-cemented a railing on the handicapped ramp.

In the interior, after drywall preparation, paint was applied for a clean new look and two restroom doors were enlarged to make them fully handicapped accessible. Lennar also donated a new, stainless steel refrigerator and a washer and dryer and then also sent in a cleaning crew to make things shine.

Lennar then arranged for a special delivery of three new couches from City Furniture.

The renovated building at the Fort Myers campus provides care for those in need of daily living skills and social training and support, providing integration, inclusion and social skill development for the most disabled clients.

To learn more about LARC, visit www.larcleecounty.org or call 239-334-6285.

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank opens 6th Southwest Florida branch

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank has opened its sixth Southwest Florida branch in downtown Fort Myers. Located in the Edison Theatre building at 1533 Hendry St., the bank will provide customers with hands-on, individual banking service Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and until 5 p.m. on Fridays.

Founded in 2003, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank has two locations on Sanibel: the main office at 2475 Library Way and 1037 Periwinkle Way, and three additional locations in Fort Myers: in the Myerlee community; McGregor Boulevard near Kelly Road; and on College Parkway. A new branch in Gateway will open in early February at the corner of Gateway Boulevard and Devonshire Lakes Drive. The bank is well-capitalized, with $350 million in assets, and generates the third-highest return on equity of Florida's 151 chartered banks.

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank's professionals provide customized individual and business banking services and specialize in residential loans. The bank provides free personal and business checking, top-yielding money market accounts, safe deposit boxes, electronic statements and a mobile banking app, as well as online and drive-thru banking.

To learn more, visit www.sancapbank.com.

Robb & Stucky taps lead for model and hospitality divisions

Robb & Stucky has hired April Schaurer to lead its model merchandising and hospitality divisions. Schaurer is a seasoned professional in the world of interior design. She has held many leadership roles in design studios including Calatlantic Homes, Aurthur Ruthenburg Homes, Inc. and Campbell Design, LLC. Shaurer is known for her ability to reduce cost, manage and complete high-value projects on deadline, and produce award-winning interiors.

Schaurer has designed multi-unit resorts and hi-rise living spaces throughout Florida, as well as a 400-unit condominium development in Costa Rica. The beauty of her designs have made Schaurer an award-winning interior designer.

Robb & Stucky is a luxury home furnishings retailer that also offers professional interior design services.

In 2011, a new Robb & Stucky was formed when the family of Samuel Kuo, founder and CEO of Samson Holding Ltd. purchased the brand and intellectual properties. With new executive leadership, the revitalized brand opened its first showroom in 2012 in Fort Myers. Today, Robb & Stucky has store locations in Naples, Fort Myers, Sarasota, Coral Gables and coming soon to Boca Raton.

For more information, call (239) 415-2800 or visit www.RobbStucky.com.

Acentria Insurance merges with Huff Insurance Agency

Acentria Insurance announced recently a finalized merger with Huff Insurance Agency of Southwest Florida, LLC, with locations in Fort Myers and Sanibel. Established in 1979, Huff Insurance Agency specializes in personal and business insurance and will continue to operate under its existing corporation name with the same team members.

Huff Insurance Agency of Southwest Florida was originally established in 1979 by Joe and Mickey Huff. His son, Jason, took over the family business in 1990 and now operates out of two Southwest Florida locations: Fort Myers and Sanibel. Huff Insurance Agency specializes in personal insurance, business insurance and risk management solutions.

For more information visit online at www.HuffInsuranceAgency.com.

Acentria Insurance is a full-service independent insurance agency who works with several national and regional carriers. The company offers a complete range of protection for both individual and businesses to provide for all of their insurance needs.

While maintaining a corporate office in Destin, Acentria has over 20 offices across the State of Florida and southeast region.

For more information call 866-374-5084 or visit online at www.Acentria.com.

CONRIC PR & Marketing celebrates 10-year anniversary

With the start of 2017, CONRIC PR & Marketing is marking the beginning of a milestone 10-year anniversary. To celebrate the milestone for her growing Fort Myers-based company, President Connie Ramos-Williams has committed to a five-year goal of giving $500,000 back to the local community.

For the past four years, CONRIC PR & Marketing has donated $100,000 annually in marketing support, volunteer hours and monetary donations to numerous nonprofits, organizations and start-up companies that work to enhance the quality of life and economic development here in Southwest Florida. According to Ramos-Williams, this year will be no different. CONRIC is on track to donate $100,000 in 2017.

PACE Center for Girls, United Way, Dress for Success SW Florida, Multicultural Centre of Southwest Florida, Blessings in a Backpack of SWFL, Golisano Children's Hospital and Imaginarium Science Museum are among those organizations the company supports.

CONRIC PR & Marketing provides strategic brand awareness campaigns, integrated public relations programs, marketing development and consulting services, advertising concept and campaigns, media buys, custom and niche publishing, creative writing and design, digital marketing strategies, website development and crisis communications strategy and implementation. The firm serves clients in many industry sectors including banking, legal, medical, government, not-for- profit, restaurant, manufacturing, construction, building and development, real estate, professional association, hospitality and salon & spa.

For more information, call (239) 690-9840 or visit ConricPR.com.

Snell to instruct small business issues at class at FGCU

Mary Vlasak Snell, a partner at Pavese Law Firm, will focus on legal types of ownership, IP concepts and potential legal problems of starting and running a small business during the Wednesday, Feb. 1, class at Florida Gulf Coast University.

Snell will provide attendees with what they need to know about how to start up a small business relating to the formation, operation, governance, limited liability companies and partnerships.

Snell, who joined the firm in 1987, specializes in business and corporate law, estate planning, probate and trust administration, guardianship, and Medicaid planning.

For additional information about the Pavese Law Firm, visit www.paveselaw.com.

 
 
 

 

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