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What's New

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

What's New

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COMPANY NAME CHANGES

-- Southwest Signal Engineering is now Xorail Inc.

CONTRACTS

-- Fry Hammond Barr has been named the advertising agency of record for Stein Mart.

DONATIONS/GRANTS

-- In celebration of opening its 100th location, CarMax and The CarMax Foundation has awarded Jacksonville's John E. Ford Elementary school with a set of books. The donation is in support of the Reading is Fundamental program.

HONORS/AWARDS

-- Alan Vinson of J.T. Vinson Company has been appointed to the Mayor's Film and Television Advisory Board.

-- Hannah Medors, a Realtor with Sam Folds Inc., has been named as a top producer for 2008.

-- Randy Nathan, director of sales for Homewood Suites by Hilton Jacksonville/St. Johns Center's, and Karen Rosenstrom, general manager, were both honored during its annual conference.

-- Prudential Network Realty recently honored the company's top performers, including Lisa Mordecai, who was named as the company's top agent in sales and transactions. Meanwhile, Tansy Moon was named Rookie of the Year. Prudential Network Realty recognized more than 100 sales professionals during the annual awards ceremony. For a complete list, visit www.prudentialnetworkrealty.com.

-- The Baptist Health Foundation has added Shannon Miller and Unni Thomas to its board of trustees.

-- The North American Travel Journalists Association recently awarded Visit Jacksonville a first prize for the 2008, 17th Annual NATJA Awards Competition.

-- The Pella Window & Door Co. of Jacksonville and St. Simons Island was honored with the President's Award from the corporation. Pella had outstanding sales and customer service performance in 2008.

MOVES

-- Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has relocated to 5220 Belfort Road, suite 120. For more information, call (904) 672-1400.

NEW VENTURES

-- Stellar, international design and engineering firm, along with co-sponsor Batson-Cook Co., will host the 8th annual Shoot for a Cure sporting clays tournament. The tournament is set for Tuesday, March 24 at W.W. Sporting Clays at 1445 Otis Road. …

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