Tampa Bay Business and Wealth held its August CEO Connect with Steve Frey, chief executive officer of Oasis Corporate Housing, at the Floridan, in downtown Tampa. Presenting sponsors included Shumaker and Warren Averett. Bridgette Bello, CEO and publisher of TBBW, interviewed Frey in front of a live audience. You can read the cover story here.
► ZOM Living, a multifamily developer, completed the construction of Azola South Tampa, a 214-unit multifamily community. ► Friends of the Children – Tampa Bay named Linda Kay O’Reilly to the newly established role as development director. ► Tucker/Hall, a public relations firm, in Tampa, named Clay Hollis as vice president. ► Leadership Florida appointed
► Philip Tavill, chief executive officer of Children First, was honored by the National Head Start Association with the Sargent Shriver Excellence in Community Service Award. (Pictured above) ► Wisconsin-based Menard, which owns more than 300 Menards stores across 15 states, closed on the agricultural land in Myakka City, paying $10.3 million. ► The Sarasota
►RHI Magnesita, a global supplier of refractory products, systems and services, opened its North American headquarters, at 1150 Assembly Drive, Tampa. (Pictured above) ► The National Maritime Law Enforcement Academy announced that Port Tampa Bay has become the first port in the country to become accredited through the academy’s Maritime Security Accreditation and Digitization Program. ►