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Solar co-op arrives in St. Petersburg, Sunshine City

St. Petersburg shows commitment to renewable energy with solar co-op. The co-op enables homeowners and business owners the opportunity to save on electricity costs while helping the environment.  

NY luxury fitness company expands to Tampa, estimates 400 new jobs

Blink Fitness, which has over 50 locations in the New York metro area, is expanding into the Tampa region. Owner Todd Magazine anticipates opening up to 20 gyms, creating up to 400 jobs. 

Save the dates for upcoming Tampa Bay Area tech events

Get plugged into the Tampa Bay technology community with this list of tech-centric events.  

New roastery in NoHo Tampa helps you create your own coffee blend

The Lab in Hyde Park gives guests the opportunity to not only try rare blends of coffee, but create their own unique blend by roasting beans themselves. This innovative concept was co-founded by Roberto Torres, who also founded the co-working space Blind Tiger Cafe. 

Car sharing network zips into downtown Tampa

Zipcar, a car sharing network now available in downtown Tampa, offers 14 vehicles for residents and visitors to pick up and get around the urban scene.

Escape game room opens on Kennedy near downtown Tampa

A new real life puzzle game has opened on Kennedy Boulevard near downtown Tampa.

The Music Box: Tampa Bay launches in Sulphur Springs neighborhood

“The Music Box: Tampa Bay” is an interactive public artwork and performance space that allows visitors to participate in creating sound and music through a temporary village of musical structures. 

March job news: Who's hiring in Tampa Bay? IT company, architecture firm, and more

Job seekers, bookmark this page: Monthly job hiring roundup for Tampa Bay area of Clearwater, Tampa and St. Petersburg. 

Impromptu popup gallery features art by newcomer to Tampa

Popup art display features artist new to Tampa Bay area showcasing her work in loft for rent. 

How Gasparilla Interactive Conference aims to inspire attendees

The technology-driven Gasparilla Interactive Conference in March 2016 with ask attendees to find inspiration.

In-Towner trolley gives free rides in downtown Tampa

The rubber-wheeled trolleys make trips every 15 minutes during rush hours to get people moving conveniently between Tampa's major attractions and downtown destinations. 

St. Pete launches free shuttle route in time for holiday visitors

The city of St. Pete's new Park Once shuttle is free on Friday and Saturday nights through May 2016 as part of a six-month pilot program in public transportation.

8 female entrepreneurs to compete in regional SBA InnovateHER Challenge

Eight Pinellas County small business owners will compete in the regional round of the SBA InnovateHER Challenge, presented by LocalShops1 and the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce on December 2.

Popular Tampa blog partners with Ybor City businesses to create candles, clothing

The Tampa Bay-area blog run by Ryan Sullivan and Nicholas Catania, Never Have I Ever Tampa, will sell candles and 'Everything Local' shirts through partnerships with Seventh Ave Apothecary and Black & Denim in Ybor City.

Pitch competition offers prize money, mentorship to local winners

Startup companies operating from USF CONNECT, Pasco County SMARTstart, Tampa Bay WaVE and TEC Garage will compete for prize money and mentorship in the B.E.A.T. pitch competition on November 17.
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