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Get to Know: King Carts

By bhalle@stpete.com | September 20, 2023 | Comments Off on Get to Know: King Carts

Get to Know: King Carts Where Community, Customization, and the Love of Golf Carts Collide In the heart of St. Pete, King Carts has emerged as a thriving family-owned business with a captivating origin story. The journey began with a cherished neighborhood holiday tradition-an uninterrupted procession of beautifully decorated golf carts parading through the town,…

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2023 Class Project

By bsoler@stpete.com | September 18, 2023 | Comments Off on 2023 Class Project

2023 LSP Class Project Project Goals IMPROVE Become an incubator for equity and justice work TRANSFORM Turn unused and outdated classrooms into hubs for social change UPGRADE Create collaborative, tech-supported spaces for local change-makers Leadership St. PeteĀ® Class of 2023 Conscious Collaboration Class Project The LSP Class of 2023 is proud to announce the launch…

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Final Mortgage Payment

By bhalle@stpete.com | September 13, 2023 | Comments Off on Final Mortgage Payment

Celebrating 13 Years of Community Support and Financial Triumph After 13 years of help and support from our community, we are so proud and excited to say that the Chamber has officially paid off a large debt that once seemed insurmountable. This picture of our President & CEO, Chris Steinocher, handing over our last mortgage…

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Get to Know: Climate First Bank

By bhalle@stpete.com | September 11, 2023 | Comments Off on Get to Know: Climate First Bank

Get to Know: Climate First Bank Where Banking Meets Climate Action and Community Values In a world grappling with challenges posed by climate change, Climate First Bank emerges as a visionary leader with a unique mission. Founded on June 1, 2021, in St. Petersburg, Florida, this groundbreaking institution stands as the world’s first FDIC-insured community…

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Co-Working Space Options for Hurricane Idalia Victims

By cbruner@stpete.com | September 8, 2023 | Comments Off on Co-Working Space Options for Hurricane Idalia Victims

Co-Working Businesses Offer Options for Hurricane Idalia Victims   Although Hurricane Idalia remained 100+ miles off the coast of Pinellas County, the timing of the tides and full moon caused many homes to suffer damage that will leave residents displaced for weeks or even months. A damage assessment of St. Petersburg found more than 1,400…

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