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  • People on the Move: Boca chamber announces winners of young entrepreneur elevator pitch contest

    People on the Move: Boca chamber announces winners of young entrepreneur elevator pitch contest
    Hirings, promotions and recognition at South Florida employers.
  • Boat show producer hires marketing VP

    Boat show producer hires marketing VP
    The Fort Lauderdale company that produces major boat shows across Florida has hired a marketing veteran to make its events even more memorable. Show Management named Brett M. Keating to the new post of vice president of consumer marketing, responsible...

    Career Spotlight: Media veteran heads publicity for Marine Industries Association of South Florida

    Career Spotlight: Media veteran heads publicity for Marine Industries Association of South Florida
    Who: Sharon Abramson was recently named director of public relations and marketing for the Marine Industries Association of South Florida in Fort Lauderdale, the organization that owns the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. As a South Florida...

    Mega-yachts event helps Kids In Distress

    Mega-yachts event helps Kids In Distress
    More than 300 supporters turned out for the lavish seaside Boys N' Toys event in Fort Lauderdale and raised $150,000 for Kids In Distress. The annual event provided attendees a chance to tour mega-yachts at the Northrop & Johnson luxury boatyard, the...

    Bahia Mar has storied history

    Bahia Mar has storied history
    The Bahia Mar Resort and Marina started life as an army fort—Fort Lauderdale, in fact—in 1839. In the mid-1800s, it became known as the House of Refuge for shipwrecked sailors. And during Prohibition, the Coast Guard moved in. Fort...