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   What's New                                   Seminole “Newcomer” Receives Governor’s
   EDC Events                                   Business Award
   Community Events
   Company Establishment Announcements          Florida Governor Jeb Bush
                                                presented his Business
   Contract Announcements/Completions
                                                Diversification Award for a
   Kudos and Company Announcements              major market “Newcomer”
                                                to Seminole County-based
                                                Ruth’s        Chris      Steak
                                                House. Craig Miller (far
Sep 28 EDC New Investor Reception               right), company president
       8:30 - 9:30 a.m.                         and CEO, traveled to
                                                Tallahassee to accept the
       EDC-Capital Plaza II, Downtown Orlando   award during a luncheon at
       RSVP: Lisa McCormick                     the Governor's Mansion. He was joined by the EDC’s Tracy Turk (far
                                                left), senior director of business development, who has worked with the
                                                company throughout their relocation to Central Florida.

                                                This annual awards program, which is a highlight of Industry
                                                Appreciation Week, recognizes Florida companies that diversify and
                                                enrich the state’s economy by creating high-wage jobs and investing in
                                                their communities. Ruth’s Chris this year moved their main office
                                                operations to Heathrow from Louisiana. The company is building a
                                                permanent headquarters building and flagship restaurant in Seminole

                                                “Corridor Cup”: Partners Meet On The Football
                                                                               The teams from UCF and USF weren’t
                                                                               the only ones meeting on the Citrus
                                                                               Bowl field last Saturday. Prior to kick
                                                                               off, a group of university and economic
                                                development leaders from throughout the 23-county Florida High Tech
                                                Corridor region met for a pre-game party in the stadium’s north end

                                                UCF President John Hitt and USF President Judy Genshaft addressed
                                                the crowd. While both emphasized the value of their universities’
                                                collaboration through joint Corridor initiatives, they also each made
                                                partisan predictions about which team would walk away with this year’s
                                                Corridor Cup Trophy. (It returned to Tampa, as USF beat UCF [24-17] in
                                                the final minutes of the game.)

                                                The Florida High Tech Corridor Council is a collaborative initiative that
                                                helps attract, retain and grow high tech industry to Central Florida.
                                                Corridor participants include three universities – UCF, USF and UF –
                                                and corporate, government and economic development organizations
                                                within    a      23-county     region.    For      more    information:

                                                  Sincere thanks to our sponsors for their support of this annual Corridor
                                                  Cup event: Curley & Pynn Public Relations, Florida Business
    Walt Disney Company ranks #1 on               Interiors, Progress Energy, Bright House Networks, and Darden
    BusinessWeek magazine’s inaugural list        Restaurants.
    of “Best Places to Launch a Career.” The
    company is complimented on its “strong
    on-campus recruiting, solid benefits, and     Dunkin' Donuts Now Distributing From
    collaborative culture…”                       Groveland
                                                                                                 Dunkin' Donuts, the world's
    Second on the BusinessWeek list is                                                           largest coffee and baked
    another company with a major Metro                                                           goods chain, has relocated
    Orlando presence, Lockheed Martin.                                                           its             Florida/Georgia
    Lockheed was noted for the broad latitude                                                    distribution     center    from
    it provides its talent pool in designing                                                     Atlanta to Lake County's
    flexible work schedules.                                                                     Groveland. The company
                                                                                                 occupies a 131,000-square-
    Now the rest of the world knows what we                                                      foot facility in Christopher C.
    have for a long time… great companies                                                        Ford Industrial Park. Capital
    operate here!                                                                                investment of $500,000 and
                                                                                                 70 new Central Florida jobs
                                                                                                 are expected.
    Seminole County Government has
    earned the "Excellence in Procurement
    Award" for 2006, which is sponsored by
    the National Purchasing Institute (NPI).       EDC Investor update in the mail.
    This award recognizes organizations that       Be on the look out for a request to
    demonstrate innovation, professionalism,       update information included in the
    e-procurement, productivity and                EDC database and published in our
    leadership in the procurement function.        Investor Directory Online. Your
                                                   prompt response will help ensure
                                                   the accuracy of our communications
                                                   to, and about, your company. Updates should be returned via fax to
                                                   407.841.9069 by October 20th. For questions or information, contact
                                                   Nancy James.

• According to research conducted by BizMiner,
Florida ranks 3rd in number of start-ups and
4th for new branches in the high tech industry.                    Check out the newly added "Photo Gallery" in the Events
                                                                   section of our website. Here you will be able to view photos
                                                                   of past EDC events. Now available for your viewing
                                                                   pleasure are photos of last week's William C. Schwartz
                                                  Click on icon.   Industry Innovation Awards Luncheon.
Sep 25   Seminole County - "How Shall We Grow?"            Oct 11   SBIR/STTR Grant Workshop
         Community Input Sessions
                                                                    8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
         6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
                                                                    UCF's Research Park
         Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Lake Mary                      Partnership II Bldg., Ste. 234, Rm. 208
         Info/Register: or Pam Clancy,             Cost: free for UCF faculty and students; $25
                                                                    Info: click here
                                                                    Register: Kirstie Chadwick, 407.823.3683
Sep 27   "NAIOP Meet Me at CityArts Factory"
         5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
                                                           Oct 12   CoreNet Global: Tour of Lockheed Martin Lake
         NAIOP                                                      Underhill Facilty
         Northeast corner of Orange Ave. and Pine St.
                                                                    3:30 - 6:30 p.m.
         Downtown Orlando
                                                                    Lockheed Martin
         Cost: $20
                                                                    12506 Lake Underhill Road
         Register/Info: 407.774.0207 x103 or                        Cost: free, members; $20 non-member: end                                           users; $35 non-member service providers
                                                                    Info/Register: click here
Sep 27   WCF: "Conducting Effective Performance
         7:45 - 9:00 a.m.                                  Oct 12   NAIOP Luncheon
         WCF, 1097 Sand Pond Rd., Lake Mary                         11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
         Info/Register: 407.531.1222 x2045 or                       Embassy Suites Orlando Downtown                                      191 E. Pine Street, Orlando
                                                                    Keynote Speaker: Orange County Mayor Rich
Sep 28   Citrus Club Member Business Showcase                       Cost: $35 members; $60 non-members
         10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.                                     Info/RSVP: 407.774.0207 x103
         Citrus Club
         Cost: Complimentary Admission for Citrus Club
                                                           Oct 18   CEO to CEO Breakfast Forum
         Members, EDC Investors and their Guests.
         Info: 407.843.1080                                         7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Citrus Club
                                                                    Speaker: John K. Stephens, Senior VP Fifth Third
Sep 30   Orlando Magic: Select-A-Seat
         12:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                          Cost: $15 Citrus Club members/EDC Investors;
         TD Waterhouse Centre                                       $22 guests
         Event is Free! Fans are invited to meet Magic              Info/RSVP: 407.843.1080
         players and coaches and see remaining available
         seats for the upcoming season.                    Oct 20   UCF Executive Briefing: Information
         Info: click here                                           Technology's Strategic Business Value in
                                                                    Corporate America & the Impact of Business
Oct 6    Seminole County's "Tech Fest 2006 - It's Your              Intelligence"
         High-Tech Community, Get Into IT."                         7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
         8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.                                      Westin Grand Bohemian
         Crooms Academy of Information Technology                   Cost: $120; $100 alumni, faculty and staff of UCF,
         2200 W. 13th St.                                           USF & Community Colleges in the FHTC, Metro
         Sanford, FL 32771                                          Orlando EDC, Space Coast EDC, NCS, SIM,
         Info: or                  SFTA & TBTF Members
         407.320.5744                                               Info/Register: click here

Oct 10   NAIOP: Annual Sponsors Appreciation Dinner        Oct 24   2006 Regional Transportation Leadership
         5:30 p.m.                                                  Awards Luncheon
         Ruth's Chris Steak House                                   11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
         610 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park                           Renaissance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld
         Info:                                     Info/Register:
Colliers Arnold Orlando: negotiated three major lease agreements totaling 17,017 square feet of industrial flex space in

Grubb & Ellis|Commercial Florida: negotiated a sublease for 2,130 square feet of office space in Maitland.

Highwoods Properties: signed Kittelson & Associates, Inc. to 7,152 square feet lease at Landmark Center One in Orlando.

Maury L. Carter & Associates, Inc.: purchased 445± acres from Little Ochlocknee Plantation, LLC for $2,175,000.00.

NAI Realvest, Inc.: negotiated new lease agreements totaling more than 7,100 square feet of office and mixed-use space at
facilities located in Altamonte Springs and the I-4 Lake Mary Blvd. corridor of Seminole County.; 6,800
square feet of office space in Lake Mary; new long-term agreement for 2,206 square feet of industrial space at Goldenrod
CommerCenter in Orlando; four agreements totaling more than 56,000 square feet of industrial space in the South Seminole
Industrial Center in Longwood.

Realty Capital TCN Worldwide: completed several major regional industrial lease transactions: 56,000-square-foot sub-lease
in Lee Vista; 25,000-square-foot lease in Orlando; 18,000-square-foot lease and 2.45 acres in Orlando.

Rebman Properties, Inc.: negotiated the sale of a 2,978-square-foot condo unit in Sunport Commerce Center for $382,250.

BRPH Companies, Inc.: completed the renovations to Tuskawilla Middle School for Seminole County Public Schools.

Lake-Sumter Community College: three management teams have united to increase offerings at The Business Resources
Center: Cathy Melendez, assistant director of business resources; Lucy Torman, assistant director of business services;and
Bob Vehmeier, manager of training services.

NAI Realvest, Inc.: formed a strategic partnership with Longwood-based Blue Spring Partners LLC.

Pertree Constructors, Inc.: selected to construct a campus addition for Windermere Preparatory School.

Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc.: underway on the new High Point Condominium, a 105-unit high-rise building in
downtown Fort Myers; announced the opening of a Panhandle Satellite Office and appointed Bob Duross as senior project
manager in charge of the new office; completed $75,000 of data communications work at the Renaissance Center educational
facility in Citrus County, FL.

AmSouth Bank: and FMCRC agreed to $15 billion community reinvestment commitment for minority/underserved
communities of Florida. This commitment will help build economies, workforce and homeownership in Florida's minority

Florida Citrus Sports: and two of its premier collegiate properties, the Capital One Bowl and the Champs Sports Bowl, signed
a two-year licensing agreement with The Collegiate Licensing Company.

i.d.e.a.s.: upgraded and expanded High Definition(HD) video capabilities.

MSCW, Inc.: promoted Ricky Compton to senior community designer.

Orlando Sentinel Communications: named Richard and Florence Atwaters’ "Mr. Popper’s Penguins" as the 2007 book
selection for its sixth annual market-wide reading program One Book One Community™.

Progress Energy: named one of North America’s Top Utilities for Economic Development by Site Selection magazine in the
September 2006 issue.

Seminole County Public Schools: Dr. Sharon Tanner has been named the Region 3 Elementary Principal of the Year for the
state of Florida.

Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty: producing a luxury real estate auction series with an international market of buyers
in the firm’s $3.5 million Global Real Estate Gallery, which will open on the 16th floor penthouse at PremiereTrade™ Plaza in
downtown Orlando early next year.

Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc.: donated time and energy to local charitable organizations: Children’s Home Society of
Florida, Give Kids the World, Habitat for Humanity, Locks of Love, Orange Intensive Halfway House, Safe Harbor Animal
Shelter, among others.

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