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Escambia Corrections hiring Officer Trainees

December 15, 2017

The Escambia County Jail is currently accepting applications for Corrections Officer Trainees. No certification is necessary, but applicants must be willing to complete Corrections Basic Recruit School, which will be provided at no cost as outlined…

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IMS ExpertServices partners with equity firm

December 14, 2017

IMS ExpertServices announced today that it has partnered with Trinity Hunt Partners, a growth-oriented private equity firm that teams with founder/owners of entrepreneurial companies to accelerate their success. Trinity Hunt Partners will help IMS ExpertServices advance…

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DIB offers free parking starting Monday, Dec. 17

December 14, 2017

From Dec. 17-25, parking in metered spaces and surface lots managed by the Downtown Improvement Board will be free, the DIB announced this week. “Parking Amnesty Week” emerged from a desire promote downtown shops and galleries…

Business Escambia County

VetFed Resources opens Pensacola office

December 12, 2017

On Friday, Dec. 8, FloridaWest Economic Development Alliance celebrated that VetFed Resources, Inc. will open a new location in Pensacola, creating 20 new jobs. Commissioner Lumon May, PEDC board member Dave Hoxeng and FloridaWest board member…

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Gulf Shores, Destin perceived as better vacation spots

December 11, 2017

By Brooke Weber INWEEKLY Even though Pensacola is among one of the most pristine beaches along the Emerald Coast, neighbors Gulf Shores and Destin are still perceived as more ideal vacation spots. The 2017 Market Perception…

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Mayor Hayward cuts commercial for Airbnb

December 5, 2017

A new commercial running this week in the Tallahassee market, “Airbnb citizen,” features Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward talking about how vacation rental homes give visitors the “authentic experience” of tourism in Florida, Scott Powers of Florida…