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Profile: Daniel W. Uhlfelder, P.A.

Profile: Daniel W. Uhlfelder, P.A.

Annual Rodeo Turns Small Town into a Boom Town

Annual Rodeo Turns Small Town into a Boom Town

The Bonifay rodeo each October brings about 25,000 people to town — and gives this rural community a welcomed economic boost.
Florida’s Only Commercial Shrimp Farm Is 20 Miles from the Gulf

Florida’s Only Commercial Shrimp Farm Is 20 Miles from the Gulf

Wood’s Fisheries in Port St. Joe has been sending boats to sea for 150 years to get that fresh catch. Now they’ve added shrimp farming — 20 miles inland.
Walton County Tourism: The Miracle of 30A

Walton County Tourism: The Miracle of 30A

There’s a burst of energy along the coastline of Walton County, where a new hotel and several businesses are opening and boosting the local economy.
Calm Economic Waters See Boaters Return to the Water

Calm Economic Waters See Boaters Return to the Water

Northwest Florida’s recreational boating industry took it on the chin during the recession and the 2010 Gulf oil spill. But boating enthusiasts are returning to the water again, keeping docks, marinas and boat sales offices busy this summer.
Deal Estate: It's Just Business

Deal Estate: It's Just Business

Facts and Figures About Work Shortage and Unemployment

Facts and Figures About Work Shortage and Unemployment

Get to Know Thom Gossom, Jr., Owner of JTG Public Relations

Get to Know Thom Gossom, Jr., Owner of JTG Public Relations

Meet successful athlete, TV and stage actor, writer and business professional, Thomas “Thom” Gossom Jr.
Tallahassee’s Expanding Natural Food Selection

Tallahassee’s Expanding Natural Food Selection

More whole food stores are coming to Tallahassee, giving consumers plenty of options. To survive, each store is carving out its own niche.
Going to the Dogs

Going to the Dogs

New research shows that having pets in the office can help reduce stress for you and relax your customers.
Jay Odom Reflects on Life, Business and Politics

Jay Odom Reflects on Life, Business and Politics

Jay Odom depended on good politicking to help his development company. But one foray into the political world led to a federal prison sentence.
Leaders Can and Should Still Learn

Leaders Can and Should Still Learn

When a leader feels there is nothing else to learn, you, your staff and your company will suffer.
Business News Sound Bytes

Business News Sound Bytes

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Embarks on a Second Career in Tallahassee

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Embarks on a Second Career in Tallahassee

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. purchased two of the Tallahassee region’s largest car dealerships.
Statistics to Consider

Statistics to Consider

Statistics back up investing in the betterment of your workforce.
Large Retail or Office Space Available in the Heart of Niceville

Large Retail or Office Space Available in the Heart of Niceville

Low Tech Yet Effective Shredding Options

Low Tech Yet Effective Shredding Options

How to properly store and/or dispose of documents used in your business.
Cotton Is Still a Big Business in Jackson and Santa Rosa Counties

Cotton Is Still a Big Business in Jackson and Santa Rosa Counties

Once the mainstay of Northwest Florida agriculture, cotton today is undergoing a slight rebirth. Jackson and Santa Rosa counties account for two-thirds of the state’s cotton production these days. But how long will it last? Depends on the market for it.
Deal Estate: Relax in the Ultimate Condo in the Crossings Along Gorgeous 30A

Deal Estate: Relax in the Ultimate Condo in the Crossings Along Gorgeous 30A