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Bentina Terry moving to Atlanta

Bentina Terry, Gulf Power’s Customer Service and Sales vice president, has been selected as senior vice president of the Metro Atlanta Region for Georgia Power….

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Redirecting RESTORE – updated

As Escambia County nears the end of its RESTORE journey, local officials have decided to “tweak” the process that will help determine how best to…

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Locals named to Florida’s Influence 100 list

The Saint Peters Blog published today its first-ever Influence 100, a list for the most powerful, non-politicians in the state of Florida. Pensacola has three…

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Bentina Terry named Pinnacle Award winner

850 Business Magazine has named Gulf Power VP Bentina Terry one of its 2014 Pinnacle Award winners. She is one of 10 women in our…

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Bentina Terry delivers Florida Chamber State of the State address

The state of Florida’s foundation is strong and poised for growth in workforce, innovation and economic activity in the coming year, according to the Florida…

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‘100 Percent the Right Person’

It took a week and a half to arrive at this morning’s special Pensacola City Council meeting regarding the city’s representative on Escambia County’s RESTORE…

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May Supports Terry Nomination

Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May said this afternoon that he supports Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward’s decision to name Bentina Terry as the city representative to…

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Hayward Nominates Terry for RESTORE

By Jeremy Morrison Mayor Ashton Hayward has called for a special Pensacola City Council meeting tomorrow to consider his new nominee for the city’s seat…

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