NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Edward Jones Financial Advisor John Delavan of New Smyrna Beach recently received the Jack Phelan Blue Blazer Award for his outstanding business building skills and client service efforts over the past year. The award was named for the firm's former national sales manager, Jack Phelan.
Only 147 of the firm's more than 12,000 financial advisors received the Jack Phelan Blue Blazer Award.
DAYTONA BEACH -- Passenger traffic at Daytona Beach International Airport increased 16 percent in April, compared with the same period last year.
Last month, 54,603 incoming and outgoing passengers passed through Daytona Beach International Airport. This compares with 46,888 total passengers in April 2010. For the 12-months ending April 30, passenger traffic increased 17 percent over the prior year to 515,352.
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PORT ORANGE – Trying to jump-start the stalled construction of a Country Inn & Suites hotel near Interstate 95, city officials have agreed to slash a permit fee.
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DAYTONA BEACH -- Passenger traffic at Daytona Beach International Airport increased 14 percent in November compared with the same month last year, according to VolusiaCounty officials.
During November 37,402 incoming and outgoing passengers traveled through Daytona Beach International Airport. This compares with 32,853 travelers recorded in November last year.
Passenger traffic at Daytona Beach International Airport increases 46% in September over same month in 2009
DAYTONA BEACH -- Passenger traffic at Daytona Beach International Airport increased 46 percent in September, compared with September 2009.
Airport officials attributed September’s traffic surge to competitive fares and increased capacity being offered by the airport’s two principal air carriers -- Delta Air Lines and U.S Airways.
The SE Volusia Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers from all walks of life for all types of jobs. As we gear up for a busy 4th quarter and the New Year, we are working on our strategic plan for 2011, new Board of Directors, new Executive Committee and new direction.
With the upcoming program of work, we need more volunteers and support now more than ever.
Samantha Bishop, interim director of the Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce, will write a weekly blog for NSBNEWS.net on the relevant issues of business and commerce in the cities of New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater and Oak Hill, and the chamber's efforts to encourage and enhance economic development and vitality for the betterment of businesses and the public. Her blog is called "Chamber Change." Here is the first installment:
The past week has been filled with two very helpful business seminars. As you know the Chamber is the resource to help businesses network so they can grow their business and we are also the conduit to push economic development. Economic Development doesn’t just mean bringing in new business but includes helping our existing businesses stay competitive and thrive.