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Business for July 26, 2006 Beef O Brady's, Julia's Florist
By Betty Morrow betty@observernews.net
Jul 26, 2007, 07:57

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Beef ‘O’ Brady’s and East Coast Pizza Party  Draws Over 1000

More than 1,000 people from the community had a wonderful time at the at Anniversary Bash for Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, Summerfield and East Coast Pizza.   Beef’s celebrated the first anniversary of their opening and East Coast second anniversary with free wings, pizza, Italian ices, tea, and soft drinks.  The party included a band, 3 bounce houses, kids games complete with prizes, the Sheriff’s Dept. who did findprinting and IDs for more than 200 chilldren, balloon animals, Life Links, a Bloodmobile, and door prizes.  The party was free with donations taken and a raffle held to benefit Mended Little Hearts, a support group for families of children with congetial heart defects and to support research for CHD.   One thousand one hundred seventy-two dollars was raised for Mended Little Hearts.  A Community Night is held every 1st Monday of the month at East Coast Pizza, and the 3rd Thursday of the month at Summerfield Beef’s, with 20 percent of their sales going to Mended Little Hearts. For more information on MLH call Jamie Masengale, the local coordinator, at (813) 671-7162, or visit their Web site at www.mlhofstpete.org.  

Learn How to Influence Employees

Business leaders in the SouthShore Community have a wonderful opportunity available to them next month. On Aug. 7 and 8, they have the chance to learn how to influence their employees in a way that gets them to do exactly what they want them to do.  Who wouldn’t want that?
Most managers and supervisors will admit that they spend far too much time on personnel issues and fixing things that weren’t done right to begin with.
The Situational Leadership Model was developed by Dr. Paul Hersey and Dr. Ken Blanchard at the Center for Leadership Studies in California.  Both these gentlemen have spent many years studying and writing about management and leadership, and the Situational Leadership Model has been adopted by over 700 corporations both here in the States and in many other countries.  The model has proved to be the most successful leadership style being used today.
On Aug. 7 and 8, Penny Smith will be teaching the model at the Cypress Creek Golf Club in Sun City Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Smith has been certified by the Center as an instructor and has taught all over the country.
Participants will be provided with all the materials and at the end of the 2-day conference, will be able to immediately put into action what they have learned.  This valuable course is part discussion and part interactive workshop settings that use workplace situations that are very common to all.
“I strongly believe that in business today, leaders have the responsibility of continuing their own lifetime learning in order to keep a competitive edge.  Investing in ourselves as leaders should be a part of our long-term business plan.”
The 2 day course costs as much as $749 at the Center for Leadership Studies.  SouthShore residents can register for this first course for only $299.  All materials will be provided and lunch is included both days.  Seating is limited so call now!
Call Penny at 454-5406 for more information.


Julia’s Florist Celebrates with ‘Sweet 16’ Party
Julia’s Florist will be celebrating 16 years of business in the Sun City  Center area from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3 with a sweet 16 party at the florist, 761 Cortaro Drive, Sun City Center.
Julia Simpson and her floral staff appreciate their loyal customers and look forward to the next 16 years and beyond. Special music and a memory mural filled with notes of gra- titude from loyal customers also will be on display. There will be floral gifts for anyone that can prove they’re 16  years old plus refreshments, prizes and discounts for all.
We thank the area for such great support the past 16 years and  look forward to our future.
For more information call 633-2204.


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