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Sawgrass Pet Resort began like many other ventures do, as a dream, an idea driven by passion. The Wagner family, Scott, Kate and their children, Austin and Leeli were excited to make this dream a reality. Founder, Kate Wagner, has volunteered for shelters and rescues caring for animals for years prior to becoming the vice president and southeast rescue coordinator for The Grayter Good Weimaraner Rescue. Having a special affinity for weimaraners and hosting more than...

Operation Love Letter promotes mental health awareness month Our client, Almon Gunter was featured on News 6 Orlando by Kelly Pepperman. You can see the media hit by clicking here. You may depend on family and friends to lift you up when you've had a rough day or receive bad news. A support system is important, but your biggest advocate is you. Self-love is an important facet of mental health and something most of us may not value enough in...

Featured in the Jacksonville Business Journal Ponte Vedra-based FGC Inc. has been awarded a contract to renovate a Juno Beach health care facility that is associated with former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Renovations to the 147-bed Beach House Center for Recovery are expected to total $2 million. The project includes an interior build-out and renovations to the first and second floors of four buildings. It will also include building a basketball court and parking. Work is expected to begin...

Featured in the Florida Times-Union It came to him at 3 a.m. Almon Gunter Jr. of Jacksonville woke up early one morning. He pondered society’s ills, such as crime and illegal drug distribution, and decided lack of self-love was the root of those ills. “It just kind of hit me,” he said. “People just don’t like themselves. People can’t treat others as they should be treated if they don’t treat themselves as they should. How can you give out...

Jacksonville-based Centurion Auto Logistics Inc., a hauler of high-end automobiles, has invested almost $7 million in fleet upgrades and the development of a workflow app to automate receipts, prevent mis-hauls and better communicate with customers. Much of the investment, $6.5 million, went to purchasing 23 new trucks, CEO Rick Ingram told the Business Journal. The new trucks will be 80 feet long, five feet longer than the former federal limit of 75 feet; the new federal limit of 80...