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Blue Roc Premier Properties LLC, a leading multifamily management firm, has announced the acquisition of management control of a 248-unit apartment property in Jacksonville, Florida. This transaction marks the company’s continued expansion of multi-family properties in Jacksonville and further strengthens its presence in Florida’s thriving multifamily market.
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Madeira PR's mascot Tilly was named dog of the month along with two of her other canine pals at Mutts and Martinis for the month of October. Tilly's favorite after work activity is splashing around in the pool at Mutts and Martinis located on the corner of 29th Street South and Central Avenue in St. Petersburg.
Mutts and Martinis is just one of the many reasons Tilly enjoys being a resident of the nation's most dog-friendly city. According to The Modern Globe, dogs like Tilly have access to the fifth-highest number of pet stores and vet offices in the nation. There are also 134 dog-friendly restaurants and roughly 18 canine-focused retail locations in St. Petersburg. Nearby Tampa ranks third on the most dog-friendly city list.
LAKELAND, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Blue Roc Premier Properties LLC recently acquired management and control of three apartment properties in Jacksonville and in Safety Harbor, Florida, totaling 1,020 units. The move bolsters the company’s widely growing property management portfolio in the state and across the greater Southeast region.
“As part of a $150M recapitalization agreement finalized in June between the principals of Blue Roc Premier and their new investment partners, this strategic collaboration not only enhances our footprint in Florida’s ever-expanding multi-family marketplace but also allows us the opportunity to continue to bring our first-in-class service and amenities to these communities,” said Charles Faramo, VP of acquisitions at Blue Roc Premier Properties.
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Madeira Public Relations has been recognized again by Expertise.com as one of the best PR firms in Tampa. We value the trust our clients have placed in us over the past 12 years and look forward to continuing to serve the Tampa Bay region and beyond with the highest quality public relations and marketing services.
Meet Tilly, the newest member of our team! A recent alumni of PetPal Animal Shelter, Tilly is a customer service expert who enjoys swimming and never misses an afternoon nap. Tilly is just over a year old and is still very much in her playful puppy stage.
When she's not in the office, Tilly enjoys taking classes at the St. Petersburg Dog Training Club and splashing around in the pool at Mutts and Martinis.
Tilly will travel to meetings by request and my often be heard sharing her expert opinion on Zoom calls. We're looking forward to having you meet the newest member of our team soon!
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Medical device innovator PainTEQ announced the appointment of Timothy Deer, MD, DABPM, to its Scientific Advisory Board. Deer is president and CEO of The Spine & Nerve Centers in Charleston, West Virginia. PainTEQ is the creator of LinQ (pronounced “link”), a minimally invasive therapy for sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction.
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The Tampa Bay Business Journal has named PainTEQ one of the top places to work in the Bay Area for its excellent benefits, unique work environment, and opportunities for career advancement. Learn more by clicking here.
Madeira Public Relations is proud to support the first annual walk for NAMI Pinellas. With an emphasis on serving the health and wellness sector, we consistently see the impact mental health plays in every aspect of care from treatment to prevention.
Medical device innovator creates engaging atmosphere with unique employee perks.
NIH-funded study will help determine impacts of chronic fluoride exposure on community bone health.
TOG Network Solutions, industry-leading builder of health care provider networks, has received the Women's Business Enterprise (WBE) certification. The WBE certification is awarded by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation's largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women.
TAMPA, Fla. -- On Wednesday, October 14, State Senator Janet Cruz and State Representative Jackie Toledo will join activists with community coalition Healthy Bones Tampa Bay to talk about the importance of bone health. Coalition members will offer information and updates on H.R. 2693 (and S. 283) to increase access to osteoporosis screening.
SEATTLE, Wash. (September 15, 2020) -- Echolight Medical, manufacturer of the innovative EchoS, which can diagnose osteoporosis and assess a person’s risk for the disease within minutes without radiation, is broadening global operations with the opening of its United States headquarters in Seattle.
Launched in Italy in 2017 and now widely used throughout Europe, EchoS is the first radiation-free, portable bone densitometer that can diagnose and determine a patient’s risk of osteoporosis by measuring bone density in the lower back and femoral neck (hip) using advanced ultrasound technology.
Tampa, Fla. (August 18, 2020) -- Medical device innovator PainTEQ hired Shanth Thiyagalingam as its
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). PainTEQ is the creator of the LinQ™ SI Joint Stabilization System
(pronounced “link”), a minimally invasive therapy for SI joint dysfunction.
Pictured Left: Steven Falowski, MD, director of Functional Neurosurgery at Argires Marotti Neurosurgical Associates of Lancaster
TAMPA, Fla. (August 11, 2020) -- PainTEQ, a leading medical device innovator, launched a first of its kind biomechanical study this month that explores the treatment of sacroiliac (SI) joint pain through a minimally invasive outpatient procedure using a posterior approach.
TAMPA, Fla. (July 21, 2020) -- Advancing a new era of treating sacroiliac (SI) joint pain with minimally invasive treatment, PainTEQ, in partnership with Evolve Restorative Center in Santa Rosa, Calif. and Celeri Health in Wilmington, Del., is leading a single-arm multicenter, prospective study exploring sacroiliac joint fusion using a posterior approach.
AMerican Bone Health Launches Virtual Summer Education Series in partnership with Tampa General Hospital
Join Healthy Bones Tampa Bay & American Bone Health for virtual interactive programs to create a personal roadmap for your bone health hosted by Tampa General Hospital. American Bone Health educators will cover topics including osteoporosis, exercise and bone health, and eating for healthy bones, always followed by a live Q&A.
TAMPA, Fla. (June 30, 2020) -- PainTEQ, a leading medical device innovator announced the appointment of Michael Enxing, Chief Commercial Officer of Boston Scientific Corporation, Neuromodulation Division. PainTEQ is the creator of LinQ (pronounced “link”), a minimally invasive therapy for SI joint dysfunction.
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COVID-19. This is a scientific phrase which most of the world would not become familiar with until March 2020. Little did we know that a seemingly “local” virus that started in Wuhan, China late last year would become a global pandemic that would impact trade, commerce, not to mention our daily activities, for the past several months.
Navigating the new normal in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is an especially trying time for the nonprofit sector. This is the fourth article in our nonprofit leader series developed in collaboration with a diverse cohort of nonprofit consultants based in the Tampa Bay Area.
This is the third article in our nonprofit leader series on managing the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic developed in collaboration with trusted Tampa Bay Area nonprofit consultants.
This is the second article in our series aimed at helping nonprofit leaders navigate new challenges that have surfaced in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. This content was developed in collaboration with trusted colleagues in the Tampa Bay Area that also provide consulting services to the nonprofit sector.
Madeira recently had the pleasure of collaborating with Tampa Bay Area nonprofit experts on a four part series on survival strategies for nonprofit leaders navigating the complexities of the "new normal" in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the first article in this informative series.